For Better, Smarter, Snappier Writing
The comma (,) is one of the most dreaded and feared punctuation marks in the English language. So many writers wonder: Where does the comma go, and why does it go there?
Most of us aren’t sure, so we either avoid the comma entirely or go comma crazy, littering our work with way, way too many commas. These aren’t just issues of accuracy, either; they’re issues of clarity, of style, and of flair. To be a great writer, or even a decent one, you must learn to use the comma effectively.
That’s where this course comes in so handy. In it, you’ll discover how to master the rules of the comma. Whether you’re writing for business, school, or personal reasons, when you master the comma rules, you’re suddenly a better, sharper writer. Your reader understands your meaning, and you find yourself writing with greater ease and enjoyment.
We'll cover how to use commas with:
· Items in a series
· Independent clauses
· Introductory phrases
· Direct addresses, and more.
Worry no more about where to put commas, or if you even need a comma in that sentence, because after taking this course, you'll KNOW where those commas go, and where they don't!
Join today, and let's get you on the way to conquering those writing fears and mastering the art of using the comma!