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Internalizethese and ignore everybody else
 
2020年7月1日 12時14分の記事

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Internalizethese and ignore everybody else.But in the example above, it'd be best to make them twosentences.Well, folks, here are some rules. It works for narrative and it worksfor dialogue.Unless you're Michael, since my hair's falling out all byitself. Don't believe anyone who says semicolons aren'tallowed in fiction.But for something as lame as a sentence about a cat on a couch,it's best to follow the rules exactingly and make that twosentences. Try deleting either one and reading the resultaloud, remembering to pause at the comma. And when I do that, sometimes Iwhip in a comma for extra emphasis. I'm inShaoxing and you are not, and you're reading this many daysafter I wrote it, but you know China twin screw barrel Manufacturers what I'm thinking. You will see inconsistency. Because, you haveinternalized the rules. I wouldn't use one in the sample sentence,but I've used them in other sentences I've written. Heck, speaking as someone who likes toread books and newspapers and magazines, I see commas wherethey shouldn't be, or missing commas where they should be. And you do know it!If you'd like, you can look over some sentences in thepreceding paragraphs. "The dog ran tothe porch. Don't you feelstupid?(2) If you want to separate a clause, put a comma on both sidesof it. That'swhat you should note if you indulge in this exercise." See how there's a comma onboth sides? That's because you could skip that whole clauseentirely and it'd still be a complete sentence. A comma is a pause. They're pauses. And, you'll pull out your hair. I think it'd do that even if I weren't an editorhunting down errant commas. But, one commadoesn't work.(4) And finally, THE rule.COMMA USAGE EXPLAINEDCopyright 2004, Michael LaRoccaDon't they drive you nuts?You can visit all the rules of style you want, and you can readall the books and articles you want. It's how I talk, and you won't be allfreaked out and confused as you listen because I paused infunny places. But they gettheir commas right."If I delete the first comma, I have to delete the second one.Run-ons like that can emphasize the run-on nature of acharacter's words or thoughts, but use the device sparingly. Wherever youwould pause for breath, whack in a comma.And that is, after all, what writing is. You will still beconfused. But as an aspiring writer, you've been so busy trying tolearn "the rules" that you've forgotten the rule you've knownall along." This is not agood sentence. If you find you just can't do it, consider asemicolon. As Sean Connery noted in FINDING FORRESTER,critics spend a day destroying what they couldn't create in alifetime. Sparingly.Speaking as an editor, I run into a lot of writers who haveproblems with commas. I'm sorry, but itis. It's a wreck, isn'tit? You don't talk like that, so don't write like that. The dog, barked. What is that? Idiocy. Blow off the rules--there are too many andthey just keep changing--and trust your gut. Telepathy.Just remember that a comma is a pause, China single screw barrel Suppliers and pause wherever youthink you should. The one before the comma hassubject object verb, and so does the one after the comma. Good writers don't like barriers. I'mpausing for emphasis. Read it aloud, and pause at the comma.You decide which looks best, two commas or none. (Maybe they have good editors?) You canread what they wrote and dang near hear their voices. You knowwhat they said and what they meant to say, and you can agreewith them or be totally outraged by them. Pause at everycomma.We're not stupid. Often, it's where I begin a sentence with aconjunction, also an alleged no-no. But that device can be usedsparingly to emphasize a point. Read my sentences aloud.Nothing more, nothing less. That's also what I think of people who want us tomemorize hundreds of silly rules about commas. A bare minimum..Wanna know who's the best at this whole comma business? Sportsjournalists. Pause where you want to pause, notwhere you think someone else thinks you're supposed to pause. You will see experts whodon't agree with each other.(1) Never put a comma between a subject and a verb.It's okay to break a rule, as long as you know what it is andwhy you're breaking it. It'sbecause we're trying to be too fancy, drifting dangerously farfrom the "write what you know" mantra because we think we'restupid.(3) "He saw the cat, the cat was on the couch. Some of them make up words, are given tohyperbole, and are guilty of many other sins. It's alwayswrong. Otherwise, no commas at all. Do you really think your reader's gonna pop off for abeer or a toilet break between them and lose his place? As longas they're in the same paragraph, they'll be read together. You've been speaking English all yourlife. If you do that, Ithink you'll find that when you seek out publication, and findyourself working with an editor, you'll hear very little aboutyour commas. Stray commaswould be a barrier to that. "The dog, who held a bonein his mouth, ran to the porch. You'll note some commas where they're notstrictly necessary. Read what you've written aloud. The rhythm works. It's two sentences

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