If any topic will cause a collective groan from writers, it’s punctuation.
Some writers are precise with their commas and other forms of punctuation.
Yet others scatter em dashes, commas, and full stops like confetti throughout their manuscripts and rely on their editors to sort things out later.
When it comes to punctuation for “as well as,” there seems to be just as much confusion.
Is there a comma before “as well as”?
What about afterward? And why?
By reading this article, you’ll know exactly what to do when placing commas around “as well as.”