Using Commas to Set Off Interrupters

Expressions or phrases that interrupt a sentence should be set off with commas. Use two commas, one before and one after the interrupter, unless it appears at the beginning or end of a sentence.
Examples: The movie we saw last night, Finding Nemo, is about a fish looking for his family.
It was,in my opinion, one of the best family movies ever made.
For example, it celebrated the bond between a father and his child.
Using Commas to Set Off Interrupters





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