comma before 'as soon as' [conjunction]: traveling, as soon as the


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Is there a comma between unknown and as?

Hope we can have some more traveling into the unknown, as soon as
the rain stops.
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  • No, you don't need to use it.
    However, you may include a comma if, for some reason, you think that there should be a pause after the word 'unknown.'
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