Asked • 03/14/19

Is it necessary to add a comma before 'too'?

Copied over from the writers site. As in these two examples: They all wished to have one too. They all wished to have one, too. Perhaps what makes comma usage in these examples is that, in speech utterances, there may be pauses where there shouldn't be in writing, and vice versa. I saw a similar question using 'though' as the example.

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