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Use a comma to set off two or more prepositional phrases at the beginning of a sentence.
In the winter of 2004, there was a blizzard.
Use a comma to separate three or more words, phrases or clauses in a sentence.
Tyler, grab the bat, the ball, and glove.
Use a comma to set off a participle and participle phrases at the beginning of a sentence.
While running, we got tired.
Use a comma to set off a nonessential adjective clause.
My house, which has spiral stairs, is very tall.
Use a comma to set off an adverb clause at the beginning of a sentence.
Whenever I trip, I feel stupid.
Use a comma before soordinating conjunctions to connect a compound sentence.
Ryan spit the spitball, and it hit Blake.