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While connecting an independent clause and a dependent clause, what are the words that demand a ", " and what are the ones don't?
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New post 01 Jul 2017, 19:49
As far as I am aware, there are no specific set of words as such that require you to add a "," connecting the IC and DC. Generally from my experience, the ending word could be the subject, object or event he verb. Please correct me if wrong.
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While connecting an independent clause and a dependent clause, what are the words that demand a ", " and what are the ones don't?


The words which are used to connect two independent clauses are For,And, Not, But, Or, Yet, So(FANBOYS)
Statement 1 : He performs like a rock-star.
Statement 2 : People enjoy watching him.
These statements can be joined using conjunction "and"

He performs like a rock-star, and people enjoy watching him.

IMO, there are no specific words which can be used to connect an independent clause with a dependent clause.

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TheGMATcracker wrote:
While connecting an independent clause and a dependent clause, what are the words that demand a ", " and what are the ones don't?

I agree with @pushpitkc

I am not aware of any such specific words which can connect DC to IC
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