Ran on a treadmill at the sweatshop during gait analysis today

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eyefordetail

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Hello,

My first post! Just curious...

Ran on a treadmill at the sweatshop during gait analysis today

or

Ran on a treadmill at the sweatshop today during gait analysis

or

Ran on a treadmill today at the sweatshop during gait analysis


Also, what about using a comma?

Thanks. :)
 

billmcd

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Any one of the three and forget the comma. It adds nothing to ubderstanding.
 

Rover_KE

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Welcome to Using English.:-D

As you have an eye for detail, you'll be aware that what you have written are not complete sentences but Facebook entries, tweets or blog chat.

Forget about commas — it's more important to put full stops at the end.

Rover
 

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