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Which punctuation is correct?
"Thanks, Scarlett." or "Thanks Scarlett."
nice name you chose for your ID. and i love her carecter:)
Anonymous:Actually, that's incorrect. Anytime you address someone directly, the name should be offset by commas as in the following instances:
"Come here, Abe."
and even when preceding informal appellations such as:
Anonymous:ummmm, that's not correct.
you do want to place a comma before you directly address someone.
thank you, rosie.
Thank you for posting.
But please, please, please, encourage people by example to use capital letters correctly.
Thank you, Clive
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