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Directions: Add commas where they are needed in the following sentences. If a sentence is already correct, write correct.
1. Please address the envelope to Ms. Marybeth Correio 1255 S.E. 56th Street Bellevue WA 98006.
2. Sources claim that on April 6 1909 Matthew Henson, assistant to Commander Robert E. Perry, reached the North Pole.
3. I glanced quickly at the end of the letter, which read, "Very sincerely yours Alice Ems Ph.D."
4. The Constitution of the United States was signed on September 17 1787 eleven years after the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4 1776.
5. Did you go on a field trip to the desert in March or April of 1999?
6. We used to live in Monterrey but now we live at 100 Robin Road Austin Texas.
7. Tony watch out for that spider.
8. My grandmother a Russian learned English late in life.
9. That man is the governor by the way.
10. The gauchos crossed the hot windy vast expanse of the pampas.
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OK, here is one in your list:
Tony watch out for that spider.

How would you say this if you are speaking? Is there a word where you would pause a little bit?

Think about these (I put ........ for a pause). Pretend that Tony is a little boy who doesn't know that the spider is poisonous.
Which one is the natural way of saying it?

Tony watch...............out for that spider.
Tony watch out for that................spider.
Tony....................watch out for that spider.
Tony watch out.................for that spider.
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I did try it but i just dont get it
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1.) Please address the envelope to Ms. Marybeth Correio, 1255 S.E. 56th Street, Bellevue, WA 98006.

2.) Sources claim that on April 6, 1909 Matthew Henson, assistant to Commander Robert E. Peary, reached the North Pole.

3.) I glanced quickly at the end of the letter, which read, "Very sincerely yours, Alice Ems, Ph.D."