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The Manifest Superiority of the Oxford Comma #4

This article shall serve as a sort of transition from the previous one for reasons to become clear momentarily. As another foreword, I should mention that shizzle’s gonna get intense in this one. A particular argument against the Oxford comma … Continue reading

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The Irrefragable Superiority of the Oxford Comma #3

Whilst reading an article from Mental Floss (which, incidentally, has a list of arguments for and against the Oxford comma, the latter of which I will debunk in the future), I spotted a sentence which included a certain element that … Continue reading

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The Unquestionable Superiority of the Oxford Comma #2

Before going into specific grammatical examples, I believe we should begin with a more general view of the Oxford comma’s supremacy. That is to say, of course, that we should place trust in those organizations that specialize in language arts. … Continue reading

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The Indisputable Superiority of the Oxford Comma #1

Due to the length of the intervals between updates concerning the translation progress, we’ve decided to post irregularly regular updates that discuss the Oxford comma. I consider these discussions to be objective in nature, as the supremacy of the Oxford … Continue reading

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