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Forgive me because I'm new to this site, and I'm not for sure if this is where I would post a question. I have an odd question. When listing things in a transcript, I always put commas between them. My old grammer rule was to not put a comma before a conjunction like "and." I'm going by a book called Bad Grammar Good Punctuation. I see that they put a comma before a conjunction, and, I think_-- I'd have to check again -- they even put one after the last word in the list. What are your thoughts on this? I feel like I'm changing my ways all the time. Thanks a bunch. Let me know if I need to post this question somewhere else.
That's called a "serial comma," when you place a comma before the conjunction in a series. It's a very acceptable way to punctuation and used to be the standard, though a lot of people are omitting it. Personally, I always use the serial comma.
Something I've always questioned how I should punctuate:
A. No no no no no.
I'm not consistent when I do this. I either do:
A. No. No. No. No. No.
A. No, no, no, no, no.