Gap Fill - Oxford Comma - Level 2


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Paragraph 1

The United Kingdom left the European Union on January the 31st. The British voted to leave three-and-a-half years ago. The U.K. made a coin for the . It is at the centre of an about punctuation. The new 50-pence has the words: "Peace, and friendship with all " on one . A British writer, Sir Philip Pullman, is . He believes the punctuation is incorrect. He said there should be a comma after the word "prosperity". Such a comma is called an Oxford comma. He said who can read should ignore the coin.

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