I saw this great card designed by Jessica Hogarth at my local supermarket. It's a thank-you card for a teacher.
Does it contain an error? If so, where? If not, why not?
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In your writing and editing, which items make you think twice? Punctuation problems? Grammar gaffes? Tell me which ones bother you, and I'll either write a blog post for you, refer you to one I have already written, or explain it in a comment.
I'll comment on the thank-you card tomorrow.
May 2, 2019
Yes, the card does have an error. I've corrected it in the image below.
The thank-you sentence needs a comma because it directly addresses the teacher.
I've written about the direct-address comma many times. Read these posts if you would like explanations and examples: