Which of these three is correct, and why? (English)?
I went to the store, and bought a gallon of milk.
I went to the store, and I bought a gallon of milk.
I went to the store and bought a gallon of milk.
Any link to support your reasoning? Thank you.
- PontusLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
#1 is wrong. no comma between compound predicates with the same subject.
#2 is correct. Commas are needed between two complete independent clauses. Repeating "I' is unnecessary, but it isn't wrong. You can do so if you choose to, especially for informal writing or speaking.
see https://www.businessinsider.com.au/a-guide-to-prop... ; Rule #1.
#3 is correct, as described in #1. This is the most efficient choice, but that doesn't mean it's the only correct one. Efficiency is not always the goal of the speaker.Source(s): studied linguistics and English grammar; native speaker
- CogitoLv 77 months ago
The third one is correct.
Commas are not needed before the word 'and'.
You don't need to repeat the word 'I'.
- LônLv 77 months ago
I went to the store and bought a llon of milk.
No need for the second 'l' .
There is no need for the comma before 'and'.