In English language punctuation, a serial comma or series comma (also called an Oxford comma or a Harvard comma) is a comma placed immediately before the coordinating conjunction (usually and or or) in a series of three or more terms.
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Song title and meaning. On January 28, 2008, Michael Hogan of Vanity Fair interviewed Ezra Koenig regarding the title of the song and its relevance to the song’s meaning.
“Who gives a $#%& about an Oxford comma?” So goes one of my favorite lyrics by Vampire Weekend, and the answer to date has largely been: grammar nerds, Strunk & White and those who follow the infamous Chicago vs. AP style debate.
The Oxford comma, so-called because the Oxford University Press style guidelines require it, is the comma before the conjunction at the end of a list. If your preferred style is to omit the second …
Oxford comma (also known as the "serial comma" or "Harvard comma") is the name given to the optional final comma in a series. In the phrase "ham, egg, and chips" it’s the comma …
Lyrics to ‘Oxford Comma‘ by Vampire Weekend: Why would you speak to me that way? Especially when I always said that I Haven’t got the words for you All your
What Is an Oxford Comma? Most people I’ve met have no idea what the Oxford comma is, but it’s probably something that you have used in the past.