They are his instruments, that is his servants.

They are his instruments, namely his servants.

And what about these other two:

They are his instruments or namely his servants.

They are his instruments or that is his servants.

Are they correct?

They are his instruments, namely his servants.

And what about these other two:

They are his instruments or namely his servants.

They are his instruments or that is his servants.

Are they correct?

Hi,

'That is' is an interjection, and requires appropriate punctuation to show that. I would handle 'namely' in the same way.

They are his instruments, that is

They are his instruments, namely

And what about these other two:

They are his instruments or

They are his instruments or

Best wishes, Clive

'That is' is an interjection, and requires appropriate punctuation to show that. I would handle 'namely' in the same way.

They are his instruments, that is

**,**his servants.They are his instruments, namely

**,**his servants.And what about these other two:

They are his instruments or

**,**namely**,**his servants.They are his instruments or

**,**that is**,**his servants.Best wishes, Clive

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