Today we are going learn aboutâ€Ś
Using commas after introductory words. Using commas with noun in direct address.
Words such as yes, well, and no are called introductory words when they begin a sentence.
No, I do not like Justin Beiber. Yes, I do watch American Idol.
ALWAYS use a comma after an introductory word.
Well, will you with basketball with us? No, I will not play basketball with you.
The name of a person who is spoken to, or, addressed, is called noun in direct address.
Use a comma or commas to set off a noun in direct address from the rest of the sentence.
Laura, did you read the Hunger Games? I saw the movie over the weekend, Kelly. Yes, Michael, I will go see the movie again with you.
Lets Practice! No Mom I will not make my bed. No I will not make your bed either Hayley.
Dad please wash my car. I will pay you to wash my car Michael.