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Proofread the following sentence. Insert punctuation as needed.

He complains of pain in his left shoulder, (Mainly upon raising his arm).

Answer:
He complains of pain in his left shoulder (Mainly upon raising his arem).
* the sentence inside the parentheses is a complete sentence of its own, so it is capitalized.

  • Grammar -

    arem = arm

    Sra

  • Grammar -

    Yes - arm spelled/typed wrong.
    Question: is it correct to leave the comma out after shoulder -
    and keep Mainly capitalized.

    Thanks and good-nite

  • Grammar -

    Above answer:

  • Grammar -

    Absolutely not!!

    He complains of pain in his left shoulder (Mainly upon raising his arem).

    The words inside the parentheses are NOT a sentence. There is no subject, and there is no complete verb.

    Here's what's correct:
    He complains of pain in his left shoulder, mainly upon raising his arm.

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