Okay, My dad and I are debating weather it's "Caleb, Josh, and Elijah." Or Caleb, Josh and Elijah." I am saying "Caleb, Josh, and Elijah."
You magically just named all of my brother's names..... And it's Caleb, Josh, and Elijah. Wow that's just so weird!
you r right
Caleb, Josh and Elijah. Your dad is right.
You are right , but. , don't make dad feel too bad
No comma after the second name. Your dad is correct. Try this web page: http://www.ehow.com/how_2303368_use-commas-sentence.html
You are right
The second one
No you are right
i think you're right. its like saying : apples, fish and chips or apples, fish, and chips..when you don't use the comma the fish and chips belong together
Caleb, josh, and Elijah.
"Caleb, Josh, and Elijah." My 5th grade social studies teacher told me you didn't need a comma before 'and'. I never listened to that though. She's not an English teacher, she was a witch, and I've never heard any other English teacher say that. :o
The second one is correct.
If you are debating "weather" just check the forecast.
you my friend are right!
i dont see the diference