Commas in Japanese are used to separate words or phrases. This is the first one. A comma is a way to separate an object, event, or person from the rest of the sentence. Thus, since the last is the object, the comma is necessary.

So what does a comma after then do? It’s a way of letting the sentence speak for itself; so that a reader knows what the sentence is saying without having to guess or even think about what it means. It’s like the way an author would say, “I’m writing about something specific, so to make this more effective, I’ll use a comma after then.

Most commas are unnecessary in writing, but in spoken languages they can be very helpful. A simple example is when you say, “I went to the grocery store,” you’ll hear the sound of a comma, but you probably won’t even hear it. If you were to say, “I went to the grocery store,” you probably wouldn’t even hear the comma at all.

It’s also a good idea to use commas to emphasize meaning. For instance, when you say, I went to the toilet, you can use a comma after then to make it clear that the person saying this is using commas to emphasize how important this is to you.

Sometimes we use commas to emphasize meaning. For instance, when you say, I went to the grocery store, you can use a comma after then to make it clear that the person saying this is using commas to emphasize how important this is to you.

It’s a good idea to use commas to emphasize meaning. For example, when you say, I went to the toilet, you can use a comma after then to make it clear that the person saying this is using commas to emphasize how important this is to you. Sometimes we use commas to emphasize meaning.

Some people may find comma usage uncomfortable and may find it against the letter of the law, but it is not against the letter of the law, or the spirit of the law. For instance, you would not use a comma after a certain word to emphasize that it is important. Commas are not like parenthesis. A parenthesis is a way to write a statement that is more informative than the rest of the sentence.

To avoid any confusion, the parentheses around a sentence are not mandatory. You can use a comma, but you can also write a sentence without parentheses.

It’s also a comma after every time. That’s basically just saying that you can write a sentence without them.

Well of course, there is that. There’s also, of course. It is an essential skill you must acquire to write well. I have to admit though that I am always a little unsure of how you should read a sentence without the parentheses. I mean, I see them in a sentence and I see them in a paragraph, but I’m not sure they count as part of the sentence.

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