When you have adjectives in a series, sometimes they’re divided up by commas, and sometimes they are not. So, I want to take a look at when you need to use a comma, and when you don’t need to use a comma.
This first sentence says:
“An interesting blue box.”
Now, you notice that “interesting” and “blue” are both adjectives because they describe “box“. But, do you need a comma between interesting and blue? The answer is you do not because there’s a simple test you can use to decide whether you need a comma or not. The question is, can we use, or can you insert “and” or “but” in between the two adjectives?
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