The following sentences are missing commas. See if you can put them in their proper places and ask yourself to supply the rule or reason for your decision.
- Mr. Polk signed a second agreement on November 2, 2017 which restored his benefit to the full amount.
- In reviewing your collection notes we find the borrower is 12 payments delinquent.
- We advised you that Mr. Jones prepared an estimate of repair for $3,209.99 which is substantially lower than the estimate from Ms. Peterson.
- The scars are permanent yet negligible and will lighten more as the client ages.
- We reviewed all of the information provided by your client and we regret that we cannot make any payments to her.
- Recommendations for further treatment include cortisone injections physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medication.
- He believes in action not words.
- The pen that is green is on the desk.
- First of course he said he was sorry.
- The policy language needless to say needs to be updated.
- After “2017”.
- After “notes”.
- Before “which”.
- Surrounding “yet negligible”.
- After “client”.
- After “injections”.
- After “action”.
- Does not require a comma.
- Surrounding “of course.”
- Surrounding “needless to say”.
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