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Topic: Comma after 'just recently' at beginning of sentence
Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2018 9:07:19 AM
Do I need a comma after "just recently" and/or "recently" at the beginning of the sentence?

For example:

Just recently(,) I stumbled upon ...


Recently(,) I found out that ...
Topic: Are these sentences correct?
Posted: Friday, October 12, 2018 5:08:56 AM
"I was planning on visiting you during your office hours next week but there was no list to sign up on outside your door. Could I get an appointment or should I just come by during your office hours on Thursday (without an appointment)?"

More specifically, I would like to know...

1. Are "planning on visiting" and "planning to visit" interchangeable in the first sentence?

2. Would you use the verb "to visit" when it comes to seeing someone during their office hours?

3. Would you use "could" or "can" in the second sentence?

4. Are the sentences generally correct (and make sense)?

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