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A Joining Comma

The joining comma joins two complete sentences to form one sentence. The joining comma must be followed with a connecting word such as and, but, or, nor, so, yet and while.

I have finished all of my homework, but she is still working on hers.

Jane must file her tax report by today, or she will pay a penalty.

Time flies when we are having fun, and we are always having fun.

Yesterday was her mom?s birthday, so she baked her a cake.

Always use the connecting word to join two complete sentences to avoid a comma splice:
I have finished all of my homework, she is still
working on hers.

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