My book says we must not use a comma after 'but.' Well, usually we don't use it after 'but.' But is it completely wrong to use it after that?
I guess it's possible when you want to make a kind of parenthesis: "But, and this is only my opinion, you shouldn't use a comma there".
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We don't usually place a comma after but, but it sometimes happens. Normally the conjunctions are not followed by commas, but plenty of special cases like Pieanne's can be conjured up, I think.
Could you give me some examples other than that of parenthesis?
I can't think of any other example, Taka; as MM said, you don't usually use a comma after "but".

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