Tuesday was a day to celebrate the lowly comma and other punctuation marks.
The National Punctuation Day website suggests several ways to celebrate, including reading a newspaper and circling all of the punctuation errors you find.
DeAnna Foust-Platt joined Frank Mickens on WFMY News 2 at 5:00 p.m. to talk about pet peeves as an English teacher. She also quizzed Frank on where to use commas in a sentence.
You can go to WFMY News 2's facebook page and share your favorite punctuation and punctuation peeve.