1.2 Interjections going between commas all tweening constituent (subsection) that interrupts the prayer to clarify or expand what was said. They can be collated the following constituents: (adjective, phrase, proposition and apposition) explanatory expressions, the ilativos, the vocative and the Hyperbaton. 1.2.1 Interspersed explanatory adjectives: she, intelligent, was not wrong in response. Some, malicious, we investigated more. 1.2.2.
Intercalated explanatory phrases: these children, quite intelligent, resolved it. She, very tired, struck them. Panama, in my opinion, is a beautiful country. She is among my friends, the most beloved. My family, including my father, was agreed. I will, without fail, by tomorrow afternoon. The truth, according to politicians, has to sustain. 1.2.3 Intercalated explanatory propositions: she, which is his sister helped him always.
Women who worked without ceasing, will be. Claudio, who was very suspicious, realized the detail. Vegetables, which is what more consume, are not grown here. 1.2.4 Aposiciones explanatory intercalated: Aura, my brother’s wife, went to Darien. History, important stuff, is very broad. Athena of OWL eyes, protected the Greeks. Odin, the God of the winds, was very patient this time. America, the new continent is the most propitious scenario. 1.2.5 Ilativos interleaved: gave Me all the materials, in fact, to make this work. However, we protestabamos every Friday. Occurred, in fact, what I expected. There are many thieves; It is dangerous, therefore, go out at night. 1.2.6 Interspersed vocativos: I don’t know, gentlemen of the jury, how could make that decision. Tell me the truth, Esteban, to decide what I’ll do. You have already said, my friend, how much you appreciate. 1.2.7 Fervently interleaved: the Secretary, at the critical moment of the discussion, looked at us all instead of writing. This is, if you request, discussed again. We arrived when least expected, to the mouth of the River. She gave him, at dawn, the photo album that had hidden him. 1.3 Interjections, emphatic words and other expressions must use comma to separate interjections and words or phrases emphatic. Should also be used to separate the following data: the place of the date, City State or nation, the District of the province, a work of the author and the surname of the name when the terms of the full name are reversed. Examples: wrecker, me drown! Oh, how foolish you are! Oh!, I’ve hurt. Barbaro!, Claudio, how go capable? He could not, knowing what God!, act in a different way. Yes, I’ll go tomorrow. No, that was not what I said. True, such was the case. You will not manage to convince me as you think, ever! Panama, 30 April 2002. Valparaiso, Chile. San Carlos, Panama. Fuente Ovejuna by Lope de Vega. Villaverde, Ernesto Clarin, Amanda Ines original Autor and source of the article.