comma with 'not only X but' [conjunction]: from not only passion, but

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lincsimp

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England (UK English)
heya
which is correct/best: "My love of chemistry comes from not only passion, but the structure of the subject which I find fascinating."

"My love of chemistry comes from not only passion but the structure of the subject which I find fascinating."

any ideas?

thank you

ps it's just an example sentence!
 
  • twen

    Senior Member
    U.S.A. - English
    not only. . .but also

    I would say the comma is optional, but I would most likely use it.
     
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