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I sometimes love to watch comedies and other times have the urge to watch chick flicks.
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Where do you think a comma is needed, Katie?
I'll give it a shot.

I sometimes love to watch comedies, and other times have the urge to watch chick flicks.

How is that??
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Seems a good choice to me.
I'd say a comma isn't technically needed at all, since you (or rather "I") is only subject, and therefore there is only one independent clause, but you CAN have a comma where you put it, to show the reader that he should pause - it serves to emphasize the contrast of your other choice. It's not a formal sentence, but in formal writing I would leave out the comma in that type of construction, but in conversational writing, like your sentence, I'd put it in.

(P.S. - How did you do on the assignment you had to hand in on Tuesday?)
Hi guys,

I sometimes love to watch comedies and other times have the urge to watch chick flicks.

I'd like to add a minor comment that 'other times' is an incorrect phrase here. It needs to be

I sometimes love to watch comedies and at other times have the urge to watch chick flicks.

Best wishes, Clive
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I was wondering were the errors occur in these sentences?

When we we're on our way home, we were eager to get they're.

"Put the clothes over they're, "he said. "That is where they're going."
Hi,

I'll mark the errors in red, for you to consider and try to correct.

I was wondering were the errors occur in these sentences?

When we we're on our way home, we were eager to get they're.

"Put the clothes over they're, "he said. "That is where they're going."

Best wishes, Clive