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I’m unsure about using “according” with a comma.
I know that if it comes at the beginning of a sentence, there will be a pause and a comma needed. For example, “According to the reports, the company has problems”; however, what if we reverse them?
Should it be: “The company has problems, according to reports” or “The company has problems according to reports”
And what about…”Andy Murray is the fittest he has been, according to his trainer”
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