comma with past participle: hotel, made up of no more..., caters to

kate123

Senior Member
USA,English
Hi everyone,[/FONT]
Here is my sentence:[/FONT]
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The 6 star hotel , made of no more than approximately 50 suite rooms, caters to its customers with an exclusive private service.[/FONT]
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Is it grammatically correct to place the commas where I did?[/FONT]
What is the right way to punctuate this sentence?[/FONT]
Thank you.[/FONT]
 
  • Novanas

    Senior Member
    English AE/Ireland
    Yes, I would certainly put commas in where you have.

    (Though I question "made of". Perhaps "made up of" or "comprising"?)
     
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