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Use two commas around “extra information” in a sentence to show that it is not important to the meaning of that sentence if taken out. For example: “The hardware store down the street, which had been paved recently, is open until midnight five days a week.” (Points : 1)

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    The footnote, extra information, is not needed to comprehend the author's main idea.

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