J.R.R. Tolkien, the professor of languages more famous for being the author of The Hobbit and The Lord of Rings, was fascinated by the idea of dragons from an early age. When he was about seven he began to compose his own story about a dragon. ‘I remember almost nothing about it except a philological
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There are many rules in grammar that are matters of opinion: there is no right answer or wrong answer; instead, two different, sometimes contradictory, solutions are possible. The use of a comma after a short introductory phrase is one of those: you don’t have to use one (or not use one); it’s up to you.