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The name Oxford comes from the old term

The name Oxford comes from the old term 'Oxanforda' which literally meant a ford (shallow crossing) in the river where the cattle (Oxen) could cross safely.

The comma used before the conjunction (such as "and" or "or") in a list of three or more items is known as the Oxford Comma. The phrase "shoes, bags, and hats" is written with an Oxford Comma, but "shoes, bags, and hats" are not. The term ‘Oxford Comma’ comes from the Oxford University Press, where the use of the comma is standard.


Mr. Marat Shems, Cambridge Exam Officer
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