comma apposition (name): a small hut, called the Tsukahara Sanmaido, that stood

Karen123456

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Malaysia English
The Daishonin was taken to a small hut, called the Tsukahara Sanmaido, that stood in a field. The hut was located in a place where corpses were abandoned. The roof and walls were full of holes. The snow fell and piled up, never melting away. The Daishonin spent his days there wearing a straw cape to help him endure the cold.

Are the commas needed? Thanks.
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    So would I. The information about the hut's name is not an essential part of the meaning of "hut". Separating the information with commas makes that clear.
     
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