Oxford comma: why comma before ‘and’, ‘or’ is necessary

This usage of the comma has instigated arguments from writers and grammarians over the years. As much as those who use it have proven its necessity, not everyone has accepted its importance. The comma before and (or or) is called a serial comma or Oxford comma (because it’s used by Oxford University Press). It is used before the penultimate (second from the last) […]

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May and might: uses in today’s English

May and might are confusing to a large number of speakers, and even more so because the difference is not sometimes obvious in today’s English. However, they are easy to understand if we know when and how to use them. These are what we should know about how they are currently used: i. May and might are used to show possibilities. […]

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