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Should there be a comma after “Malaysia”?
June 4, 2020, 11:51am
Yes, there should be a comma after Malaysia.
Don’t use a comma after etc. if it is at the end of the sentence.
I believe, it has a comma after "Malaysia. For me, it’s clear the collocation of the comma. Thanks.
No comma is necessary after Malaysia.
(By the way, the nauseating usage is not heard in India these days. The change in the usage has evolved like this: in/using the lavatory >> the latrine >> the bathroom >> the restroom.)
That`s OK, Anglophile, but is it incorrect the usage of the comma after Malaysia? Thanks.
I’d say yes.
To me, if you put a comma after the last item, what you write after the comma can also be treated as a new item.
So, it is incorrect.
In standard modern English we separate each item by a comma so of course there should be a comma after ‘Malaysia’.