English grammar: commas and relative clauses


Relative that follows its antecedent:
When a relative (clause) immediately follows its antecedent, and is taken in a restrictive sense (“restrictive clause“), the comma should not be introduced before it.

The relative clause gets completed with a comma though. Of course it gets omitted, if there is a period anyway.

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