Egregious Use of Comma

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Spied for sale in one of those “notions” areas of a department store.

If I were responsible for this egregiously unnecessary and meaning-changing comma, I’d want to be anonymous as well.

Then again, I suppose they might have actually intended it as written — as an exhortation rather than a description of what teachers actually do?

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  1. Pingback: The Comma Queen | Ms. Grammarian

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