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Does the word "then" always take a comma after it? I have two sentences:
"Then, go ahead and do it."
"I'm waiting for the package to arrive at my house, and then, I'll go to the store."
Do those sentences require a comma after "then"? What about for the word "now"?
"Now, it's my turn."
I think that a comma isn't required after "then" but is always required after "now." Am I wrong?