Thank you so much, Word. Very fucking helpful…



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  1. This reminds me of a joke I used to laugh at as a kid:

    What exactly is the distinction between a cat and a comma?
    A cat’s claws are at the end of its hands, and a comma’s pause is at the end of its clause.

  2. Two semesters of university English taught me that a comma before “and” is not only appropriate, but that you can even start a sentence with “And.”

  3. It’s not just the Oxford comma that’s causing problems. Word can’t tell whether you’re trying to say something about access inflammation *and* will, in which case you shouldn’t use a comma; OR whether “will” is a verb, in which case a comma can be used to distinguish the two clauses. The second one, in my opinion, is more accurate.

  4. The second section seems to be missing a subject and therefore is not a clause. There is no comma in this sentence. And, yes, Word is a complete moron.

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