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  1. Nov 16,  · In written English, you always put a comma before a term of address when it's in the middle of at the end of a sentence, and after the term of address when it's at the beginning. For example: John, could you mail this tomorrow? Ms Brown, I made yo.
  2. May 06,  · "Thanks John," is good grammar if you are saying a sentence like "and I was like 'thanks john'" because you are not saying it to John. In this case you are saying something to the reader about John. It is bad grammar if you are saying "Thanks John" to John. "Thank you John," is good/bad grammar in the same situation as the example above.
  3. The main difference between lying and not using a comma in "Thanks, John", in your analogy, is that lying is a deliberate act of deception that often has negative consequences for the person being lied to, whereas dropping that comma is unlikely to have any negative consequences for the reader and is often not done deliberately.
  4. Jan 08,  · Thanks, John. must have a comma because a noun or noun phrase referring to the person being addressed is always set off by a comma: Thanks, friend. Thanks, doc. Thanks, Dr. Jones.
  5. Jul 17,  · Thank you (John) for clearing up the mess in the kitchen. The John here can be remained or omited. Hey Fred, can you thank John for clearing up the mess in the kitchen. It means I want Fred to thank John for me.
  6. Trump thanks John Kelly aide who denied hearing president call fallen Marines losers Zach Fuentes said he spoke to Trump before canceling a cemetery tripAuthor: Ronn Blitzer.
  7. Jun 21,  · Thank you, John!Use the comma for "direct address" which means you are speaking to someone or addressing them directly. It works the same way .
  8. Nov 18,  · A Reminder About "John and I" vs. "John and Me" A friendly reminder: Don’t say “between you and I.” And don’t say “The boss wants to talk with Bob and I” or “Thanks for meeting with John and I.” It’s me. Me, me, me. In all those sentences, “I” is a poor choice. Yes, you could argue that the “I” form is idiomatic.

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