Commas should always be placed around tallinsas ellipses nonrestrictive modifiers quotations restrictive modifiers
a comma should always go behind a coordinating conjunction
a pause in a sentence
B is your answer (nonrestrictive modifiers)
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d is wrong
Commas should always be placed around nonrestrictive modifiers.
This is correct since most of the time the commas are around extra detail the sentence is describing which also shows most of the time what the nonessential modifier is.
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not exactly, they don't always have to be placed in every sentence but only when you feel it's needed to be placed.
sorry if that wasn't what you meant (๑•﹏•)
Non-restrictive modifiers are parts of a sentence that are "added on".
The apple, which was red, was very tasty.
The 'which was red' part of the sentence was the non-restrictive modifier. The non-restrictive modifier of this sentence, or any sentence, is an added on/irrelevant section of the sentence, which must have two commas around it to separate it from the rest of the sentence.
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