What’s the Opposite of Deja Vu? Commas Between Adjectives

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What’s the Opposite of Deja Vu? Commas Between Adjectives

You know about deja vu, but do you know about jemais vu, presque vu, deja lu, deja entendu, and deja reve? Plus, we help you figure out when to put commas between adjectives. It's tricky, but we have a simple two-pronged test.

Answers to the quiz at the end of the show:

1) It's an easy five-mile hike.

2) That was a long, hard run.

3) They endured a tough marital situation.

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