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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    You do not put a comma before "and" in a list unless you need to avoid confusion. In other words, you do not put a comma before "and" unless you need to avoid a run-on sentence. However, for lists of three or more items, use a comma before "and".

    You do not put a comma before “and” in a list unless you need to avoid confusion. In other words, you do not put a comma before “and” unless you need to avoid a run-on sentence. However, for lists of three or more items, use a comma before “and”.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    This sentence needs question mark after second sentence. It will be like this. "I wonder where John is. Do you know?"

    This sentence needs question mark after second sentence. It will be like this.

    “I wonder where John is. Do you know?”

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    You don't need to put a question mark after "I was wondering" because "was" is a linking verb, which makes the sentence a question.

    You don’t need to put a question mark after “I was wondering” because “was” is a linking verb, which makes the sentence a question.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    According to the rules of English grammar, a date is usually followed by the words "on" or "on" and a time is usually followed by the words "at" or "at".

    According to the rules of English grammar, a date is usually followed by the words “on” or “on” and a time is usually followed by the words “at” or “at”.

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