Daily Grammar

Quiz for Lessons 341 - 345

Mechanics - Punctuation - Commas

Instructions: Place commas where they are needed.

1. Most graciously

Most graciously,

2. Dear Madam

Dear Madam: (a business letter)

3. Do you live at 431 North 500 West West Valley Utah 84098?

Do you live at 431 North 500 West, West Valley, Utah 84098?

4. My birthday party is March 1 1976 at the golf course.

My birthday party is March 1, 1976, at the golf course.

5. Monday February 2 is the day the groundhog looks for its shadow.

Monday, February 2, is the day the groundhog looks for its shadow.

6. I lived at 368 Maple Avenue for a week.

I lived at 368 Maple Avenue for a week. (only one part, no comma required)

7. May 1 was our wedding day.

May 1 was our wedding day. (only two parts, no comma required)

8. Max Blaser Sr. is their neighbor in Tampa Florida.

Max Blaser, Sr., is their neighbor in Tampa, Florida.

9. Did you see Tom Jones Jr. at 430 East Plum Erda Colorado 35096 while on vacation?

Did you see Tom Jones, Jr., at 430 East Plum, Erda, Colorado 35096, while on vacation?

10. During August all the leaves turn colors in Springfield Minnesota.

During August all the leaves turn colors in Springfield, Minnesota.

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