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If we lay close together our physical range was not much to brag about
either, any given sea lion would be more voluminous.
Could anyone explain the comma usage in this sentence? Is there should be a comma before "our?"
It seems to me there are two main clauses here("our physical ... either" and "any ... voluminous.")
asked Jun 16, 2022 at 5:04
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