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Does this sentence need a comma after the word, "Mouschi"?:

Everyone is now relieved that it is only Mouschi, and not the Green Police.

(Or does it not need a comma?)

Please help!!
Thank you!!

  • English!! -

    it depends on the way u express the sentence. if the expression is thank god its only moushi thn u need comma bt its jus normal expression thn no need for comma.

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    There is no comma needed in that sentence.

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