Commas are a type of punctuation used inside a sentence. In a group of items, commas are used to separate the items and to make the sentence clearer. For example: They went swimming, biking, and fishing. Commas are also used to set off indications that someone is being directly addressed in your writing. For example: Mom, may I go outside? You may also see commas after introductory words like yes, no, or well. For example: Yes, I do like dancing.
Their Favorite Things Ask a family member what three of his or her favorite movies are. Write a sentence that tells the names of the movies. Be careful to put commas in the right places.