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take a look at this sentence I went to his house and I told him the bad news look at this comma here do we need this comma here or could we take it out I went to his house and I told him the bad news he what about this situation here I went to his house and told him the bad news what do you think in this situation do we need the comma here or no well this lesson is about commas and the first thing I want to say is that everyone will tell you different things about commas okay so if you've heard very different ideas about commas yeah I want to acknowledge that it's true you go online search for comma rules okay you're going to find lots of different opinions lots of different ideas okay so everyone will tell you different things so remember that okay so when I was a kid okay I learned this I went to his house comma and I told him the bad news okay so when I was a kid I learned that this is the right way to do it we need a comma here because each of these pieces could be separate sentences okay we could say I went to his house period I told him the bad news okay they could each be their own sentence but we're choosing to connect them with the word and okay so we need a comma here but in this situation I went to his house and told him the bad news here we don't need a comma because this piece could not be a separate sentence why told him the bad news because it doesn't have a subject right there's no I there it doesn't say I told him the bad news in the first example here and I told him the bad news he so this could be a separate sentence but this couldn't because there's no subject so where is the subject here well the subject is I over there so each of these verbs went and told are sharing the same subject that's why we we don't need a comma look I went and told if it is I went and I told then we do need a comma but if both verbs are sharing the same subject then we don't need a comma does that make sense okay let's look at this example I asked her a question but she didn't answer okay so here we need a comma because she and I are both the subjects okay we have two subjects here so we have this piece over here that is a separate cut it could be a separate sentence and we have this piece here she didn't answer which also could be a separate sentence and we're choosing to connect them into one sentence using the word but so we should have a comma okay now look at this example she looked at me but didn't answer okay here we don't need a comma because this piece doesn't have a subject okay didn't and looked are the verbs and they're sharing the same subject she she looked and didn't okay so that's how I grew up learning this but a lot of people would would write a sentence like this I went to his house and I told him the bad news okay so they're not putting a comma before and like I would put a comma there I was taught when I was a kid to put a comma...