Grammar

posted by Austin

Are the following sentences punctuated correctly?

Well, I never saw him!

The patient has, in the past had a problem with alcohol.

As there is no contraindication, a biopsy was scheduled.

  1. Writeacher

    The first and third are correct.

    Re-think the second. See #4 in the link I sent before.

  2. Anonymous

    The nursery rhyme begins this way: “Mary had a little lamb. . . . And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go.”

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