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MCT Paragraph Town, lesson 4 pg 126

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I asked this question at the new MCT board but got no responses so I thought I'd ask here.


Queequack's friends, a group of busy quakers and a source of endless entertainment for Fishmeal (laughs/ laugh) at the silly attempt at humor.


Is there a comma missing after Fishmeal? I think "a group...for Fishmeal" an appositive phrase yet it doesn't have a closing comma. If so, that makes the core sentence "Queequack's friends laugh at the silly attempt at humor."


On the previous page, MCT wrote about how important it is to have that closing comma otherwise it changes the subject.

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