More Use of Commas Objective: Use commas after introductory words and when speaking to a person.
When you speak, you pause if you begin with the answer to a question with yes, no, and well. Use commas after there words to show the pause in your writing. Yes, I gave the horse some oats. No, I haven’t brushed his coat. Well, you can clean his hoofs tomorrow.
Sometimes you use a person’s name when you address, or speak directly to, that person. Then you write, use a comma or commas to set off the name of the person who is being addressed. Tim, are you going riding with us? We wondered, Tim, which trail we should take. We’re really happy you’re joining us, Tim!
It’s hard to decide what I like best Joe. Well I guess the books and the records are my favorite. No I like using the computer best. I always find the books I want Tim at the library. There is always someone to help you Tim. Tim do your parents use the library?