Sun 3 Nov, 2019 12:43 am
Here, we reproduce an excerpt from the book, “The Best Stage of My Life”, by actor Adrian Pang, about his experience on working at Mediacorp and how theatre has always been his first love.
Can the comma beside "book" be removed?
You know what — I think you can get rid of all
Do you mean all the three commas?
Here we reproduce an excerpt from the book “The Best Stage of My Life” by actor Adrian Pang about his experience working at Mediacorp and how theatre has always been his first love.
(I removed the "on" from "on working at" as well)
I think it reads quickly like this and doesn't really require commas. Sometimes adding every allowable comma makes for a stilted and broken quality in the sentence
Grammarly didn't have a problem with it.
Here we produce an excerpt from actor Adrian Pang's book "The Best Stage of My Life" which concerns his experience working at MediaCorp and how theatre has always been his first love.
Since an excerpt is technically a reproduction, I changed "reproduce" to "produce."
Many thanks to all of you!