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By Anonymous / Tuesday 2 February 2016 03:48 / United States - Smyrna
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Actually, that's incorrect #34. By putting "who don't know there's a website" in commas, it becomes an appositive phrase, suggesting that all phone users are unaware that there is a website. #3's comment was correct. By putting the phrases together, it only talks about the phone users who specifically do not know that there is an FML website and not just the app.

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Yes it does. Putting a comma after a subject, like "all the people in my school, who are boys, play sports" vs. "all the people in my school who are boys play sports" are 2 completely different sentences. So saying "all the phone users, who don't know there is a website." Is making the claim that all phone users don't know there is a website.

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