The Printable KISS Workbooks The KISS Workbooks Anthology
Commas in Addresses and Dates
Adapted from
Voyages in English - Fifth Year
by Rev. Paul E. Campbell 
and Sister Mary Donatus MacNickle
Maria Teresa
of Vallabriga
on Horseback
Francisco de Goya 
1. Replace the missing commas.
2. Put parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase.
3. Underline subjects once, finite verbs twice, and label complements ("PN," "PA," "IO," "DO").

A comma is used to separate parts of an address or of a date.

1. Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27 1858.

2. Galveston Texas is a large cotton market.

3. Our ship docked at Montreal Canada on November 16 1964.

4. July 4 1776 is an important date.

5. On November 11  1918  the First World War came to an end.

6. The Pilgrims reached Cape Cod Massachusetts on November 11 1620.

7. Atlantic City New Jersey is a noted pleasure resort.

8. I have never been in Denver Colorado.

9. Name a product manufactured in Grand Rapids Michigan.

10. Samuel F. B. Morse sent the first telegraphic message on May 27 1844.