Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@...> writes:

> I have always understood this as:
> American English: A, B, and C
> British English: A, B and C

AFAIK "A, B and C" is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state
of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's what I
was taught (in New York) (after the American Revolution).  Can't speak for the
Brits, but perhaps they use the second comma. They certainly seem fond of extra


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