When do you use a comma when asking a question?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
Anytime there is a pause, use a comma. That was an example. Another time would be when listing things like apples, oranges, and plums. That’s another example. It works the same way when asking a question. An example would be: Mary, when is your birthday? Or: When is your birthday, Mary?
I hope this helps.
Update: The comma after oranges is acceptable. This is one of the strange rules in the English language that keeps switching back and forth, so both ways are equally accepted.
- lenpol7Lv 75 months ago
Commas go before a conjunction, and a list of objects.
Conjunctions are such words as 'and', 'but', 'if'', etc.,
- sparrowLv 76 months ago
You don't always have to use a comma. Show us the question you are talking about.
- MercyLv 76 months ago
before a conkunction
"Why didn't you tell me you went to the movies , and who went with you?"
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- 6 months ago
when I give to teach my students, at that time I use the comma.
- charlatanLv 76 months ago
When do you use a comma, when asking a question?
- Anonymous6 months ago
When someone asks two questions and uses “or” in between, there are two options: Put a comma/semicolon before the “or” that separates the two sentences and a question mark at the end; or make it into two questions.
- wobafettyLv 66 months ago
You add them based on how the question is constructed. A question doesn't necessarily need any comma's. A sentence in general might not need any comma's.