Crabby Commas Game
Practice using commas in a list, in dates and addresses, and to separate and set off words and phrases.
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Order pizza with peppers, onions, and cheese.
He eats berries, fruit, and nuts.
It's warm in May, June, July, and August.
She plays soccer, baseball, and golf.
The cave is cold, dark, and damp.
He is short, thin, and very strong.
Buy milk, bread, cheese, and apples.
I love apples, peaches, pears, and plums.
There are red, pink, and white flowers.
My aunt, uncle, cousin, and sister visited.
You are smart, cute, and funny.
Buy shoes, socks, shorts, and pants.
Use ketchup, onions, pickles, and mustard.
The salad has lettuce, carrots, peppers, and celery.
Tyler wants books, games, and clothes.
He has dogs, cats, fish, and turtles.
She plays tennis, soccer, and hockey.
Tigers, lions, and monkeys live there.
Her hat is tall, black, and pointed.
Kevin's sisters are Kim, Kay, Kiki, and Katy.
Let's eat cereal, bread, fruit, and eggs.
Rosa likes karate, music, drama, and dance.
One, two, three, and you're out!
We'll have burgers, fries, salads, and sodas.
Rachel loves books, music, dancing, and sports.
Jane, Jan, and Jen are my sisters.
I see cats, dogs, birds, and frogs.
Bob wants toys, books, and a computer.
The Mexican flag is green, white, and red.
She has hats that are blue, white, purple, and pink.
Ramesh lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Daya lives in Rome, Italy.
Masa was born in Tokyo, Japan.
Cici is from Shanghai, China.
Let's meet at 123 Main Street, London, England.
Deepa lives in Goa, India.
Is it cold in Billings, Montana?
Her address is 10 Downing Street, London.
Ella was born on June 19, 2007.
Let's meet on Monday, August 21, 2017.
Ravi moved here from Oslo, Norway.
Meet me on Friday, October 12, 2018.
Classes start on Tuesday, January 5.
Today, my birthday, is a very special day.
Today is your birthday, so let's have some cake.
Next Sunday, which happens to be Easter, is my birthday.
The restaurant looks nice, but the food is awful.
A whale is a mammal, not a fish.
To put it clearly, I want you to leave now.
My father read the book, but he didn't like it.
Liam is my best friend, but we live in different cities.
The weather is fine, but I have an umbrella anyway.
Although the bus is late, you will get there in time.
Wherever you go, please be careful.
Mr. Iberra, my teacher, is away today.
Lori, speaking very loudly, told everyone to calm down.
Not looking at where he was going, Mori fell down.
Recognizing the thief, she arrested him immediately.
Pigs, for example, are mammals.
Lia, who writes letters to me, is a good friend.
Idaho, a state famous for potatoes, is in the Northwest.
Ms. Lam, our teacher, always arrives for class on time.
The reason, of course, is obvious.
Luc went to the store, bought milk, and came home.
According to the forecast, the weather will be nice.
They left early, but they still missed their plane.
If you don't succeed at first, try again.
Paula, my friend, is from Paris, France.
Maddie, our guest, flew in from Toronto, Canada.