Trafficking with "how": when commas

If "as" is used to mean "like" and instead, you can write another comparative Union ("like", "just", "like", etc.), e.g.: "red flag was burning like a fire".

If the main clause is used pointing words ("this", "so", "such", "that"), for example: "Nothing makes the man as the mind."

If the comparative turnover is introduced with the phrase "like", for example: "Sister, like all modern youth, sought to stand out from the crowd".

If the comparative turnover is an application, it can be replaced by a subordinate sentence with "because", "since", "because" or turnover introduced by the conjunction "as", for example: "As your guardian, I demand obedience and respect";

If in the comparative turnover of the Union "as" is used in the following combinations: "as an exception", "usually", "typically", "purposely","", "as always". For example: "As usual, the living room was full of people, the bulk of which we saw for the first time".

If the comparative turnover represents the following combinations: "none other than"; "is not that other, as"; "none other than"; "is not that other, as". For example: "what you did was nothing more than an attempt to embarrass me".

Trafficking with "how": when not commas

If the turnover value is a circumstance of manner, which could be replaced by the instrumental case of the noun, for example: "why are you following me like a puppy dog?" "What are you following me tail?"

Not put commas, if the comparative turnover is the idiom: "vanished", "hungry like the wolf", "dirty as a pig", etc.

If the Union "how" matter "as", for example: "He introduced me as his wife" "He introduced me as his wife".

If the comparative turnover in its lexical meaning equates with someone, or equates to someone, for example: "don't look at me like I was dying (don't look at me like I'm dying)".

Comparative turnover "as" not segregated by commas if it is a nominal part of the predicate, for example: "the Father and mother to her as foreign."

If the comparative turnover is part of the predicate or is closely connected with the predicate lexically: "She's like the sun's heat."

If before the comparative turnover is negative particle "not" or the words "absolutely", "quite", "sort", "exactly-in-exactly", "almost", "it", "right", etc., for example: "You're acting just like a child!"