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Which of the sentences below using direct address is punctuated correctly?
A.Please come with me, Sarah, and Tom, to pick Mom’s birthday present.
B.Please come with me, Sarah and Tom to pick Mom’s birthday present.
C.Please come with me, Sarah, and Tom to pick Mom’s birthday present.
D.Please come with me Sarah and Tom, to pick Mom’s birthday present.
I think it is D...?

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    I disagree.

    The names of the people you are addressing should be set off by commas.

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    ok then A sets them off...is that what you mean?

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    Yes. A is punctuated correctly.

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    Thank you Ms. Sue...

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    You're welcome, Cassie.

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    Writeacher just called my attention to the fact that A actually has an extra comma. Thus none of these sentences is correct.

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    *DRAMATIC STARE MUSIC* DUN DUN DUUUUUUUNNN

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