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When directly addressing someone, the name or title must be set off by commas.
Thank you again, Mr. Smith, for your kind remarks regarding our company.
What if the direct address is a question in the middle of the sentence? How would I properly punctuate it? For example, Ranger, "don't red wolves hide in natural caves?" asked a young student. Is this correct? Thanks.
When someone is addressed in this way: "And Mr. Jones, what would you say to"..., should I insert a comma after "And"? Thanks.