When writing, it’s important consistency in your use of punctuation. So, you never want to alternate punctuation. So, say you started a phrase with a comma, you wouldn’t want to end it with a dash.
Nos also important to use these types of punctuation in pairs, such as dashes, parentheses, or commas. You always want to use those in pairs, because if a section of text has an opening, dash, parenthesis, or comma at the beginning of a phrase, then there should be a matching closing dash, parenthesis, or comma at the end of the phrase.
So, we’re going to take a look at some examples of the use of dashes, commas, and parentheses.
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