Using Commas to Separate the Introductions Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.5.2.B

Core Standard

When we start to set the stage or setup our sentences we will use an introductory clause that provides information for the main part of the sentence. Introductory clauses often start with an adverb that is usually a dead giveaway. These introductory parts of the sentence require the use of a comma, but that is not always the case. You should use commas after introductory clauses, a long prepositional phrases, distinct pauses, and when you need to form a good bit of separation. These worksheets help students learn how to setup their introduction sentences with commas.









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