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Which of the following emphasizes parts of sentences?

a) parentheses
b) em-dashes
c) commas
d) en-dashes

I know it's not A
Thinking it is C

asked by Rebe
  1. Nope. That is not the purpose of commas.

    posted by Reed
  2. Then could it be an em-dash?

    posted by Rebe
  3. Then could it be an em-dash?

    posted by Rebe

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