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1. One of the most common ways to agree in English is to say "Yes" then go on to add another reason why you agree with "and…"

2. One of the most common ways to agree in English is to say "Yes," then go on to add another reason why you agree with "and…"

3. One of the most common ways to agree in English is to say "Yes", then go on to add another reason why you agree with "and…"
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This is about how to use a punctuation. Which one is gramatical? Please notice the punctuation before 'then.'

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