Don’t Let The Comma Before Which Confuse You – by Derek Haines…

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on Just Publishing Advice:

When do you use a comma before which?

The answer is easy.

Yes. You use a comma when the word which introduces a nonrestrictive phrase, which is also called a non-defining clause.

No. You don’t add a comma when which comes before a restrictive or defining clause.

No. There is no comma when which forms an indirect or direct question or is part of a prepositional phrase.

In This Article

Explaining the comma before which

When you don’t use a comma with which
No comma with prepositional phrases
Which in questions
Summary of the rules

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