In Response To The Oxford Comma

Sergio Alberto Romero, M.S.
2 min readJan 2, 2023
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The Oxford comma, also known as the serial comma, is a punctuation mark that is used before the final item in a list of three or more items. For example, in the sentence “I would like to thank my parents, the director, and the producers,” the Oxford comma would be placed after “director,” as shown: “I would like to thank my parents, the director, and the producers.” Some people argue that the Oxford comma is important for clarity and…

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Sergio Alberto Romero, M.S.

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