Coma vs. comma

Coma = a prolonged state of deep unconsciousness caused ,especially by severe injury or illness.

  • After the accident, she went into a coma.
  • The road crash  left him in a coma.
  • He’s alive, but he’s been in a coma for a week.
  • When she woke up from coma , but she couldn’t speak or recognize her own children.
  • He was brought to hospital in a comatose state. ( comatose – (adjective)= in an unconscious state.

Comma = a punctuation mark (,).

  • Johny, Sreekand, Abdulla , Venu, and Saju participated in the competition.

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