Asked • 04/23/19

Do you separate an imperative after a conjunction by a comma?

I want you to go and ask him the price, but don't tell him I sent you. Is this a main clause followed by a coordinating clause (imperative)? "Pour the vodka into the glass, and add orange juice." Here, should the two following imperatives be separated by a comma?

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Callie H. answered • 04/24/19

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