Re: Items in a Series and Comma Use?
My bet is that there is a station named "Langley and Slough."--
--Guy K. Haas
Software Exegete in Silicon Valley
Stuart Burnfield wrote:
**> A train travelling from London Paddington to Slough calls at Action Main
> Line, Ealing Broadway, West Ealing, Hanwell, Southall, Hayes and Harlington,
> West Drayton, Iver, Langley and Slough. How many stops does it make?
Ten, counting the final stop at Slough.
I'm not sure what you're getting at with this example...
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