Can I use the comma in below sentence: "I begin sending my soldiers out to every areas, to lead the militias. "?

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Can I use the comma in below sentence: "I begin sending my soldiers out to every areas, to lead the militias. "?

Postby nifengtang1 » 2018-07-14, 13:26

I begin sending my soldiers out to every areas, to lead the militias. —— Can I use the comma there in the middle?

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Re: Can I use the comma in below sentence: "I begin sending my soldiers out to every areas, to lead the militias. "?

Postby vijayjohn » 2019-09-09, 7:37

I wouldn't do that myself.

Also, I would say "every area." Not sure about "militias" (although I'm pretty sure that's grammatically correct at least, and it's not too hard to imagine a situation where soldiers are commanding multiple militias).


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