Comma or Coma?
Exemple : ‘’I always forget where I should put a comma.’’
Due to their similar spellings the words “comma” and “coma” can be confused. A “comma” is a punctuation mark primarily used to denote a short pause and used particularly to separate items in a list.
Exemple : ‘’He had been in a coma for over a month.’’
A “coma” is a state a person can be in when they are unconscious and cannot be woken, particularly after an accident.