The Printable KISS Workbooks The KISS Workbooks Anthology
Commas in a Series
Adapted from
Voyages in English - Fifth Year
by Rev. Paul E. Campbell 
and Sister Mary Donatus MacNickle
Mrs. Siddons
(1783-1785)
by
Thomas Gainsborough 
(1727 - 1788) 

Directions:
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").

Remember: A comma is used to separate words in a series.

1. Some truck farms produce corn potatoes tomatoes and carrots.

2. Milk butter and cheese are dairy products.

3. Oak walnut poplar and maple are hardwood trees.

4. New Orleans Houston Galveston and Savannah are important cotton markets.

5. The Wise Men offered gold frankincense and myrrh.

6. Apple peach plum and cherry trees bloom in the spring.

7. Metals include iron gold copper silver and zinc.

8. The children enjoyed ice cream cake and candy.

9. The early settlers hunted buffalo deer elk and bear.

10. The United States imports rubber coffee silk tea and tin.

11. Chickens turkeys geese and ducks are raised in our country.

12. Matthew Mark Luke and John wrote the gospels.