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posted by Michael .
I am working on placing commas in the correct place. The sentence is:
On June 11, 1994 I visited the Empire State Building.
It is 1,250 feet tall, 100 feet shorter than the World Trade Center.

In the first sentence, you need a comma after 1994.
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