In terms of thrills and chills, restrictive commas are right up there with toe lint. To make this post more fun, let's pretend the Clark in question is 6'2", muscly, and brooding.
I have a quick grammar question.
Which one is correct?
My brother Clark went to the store to buy some oranges.
My brother, Clark, went to the store to buy some oranges.
I am just not sure if you are suppose to separate "Clark" from the sentence by commas or if "brother" is just describing "Clark."
I suppose I am mostly confused because you can take "Clark" out and it still makes sense.
Here's the short answer: both sentences are grammatically