In any list, put commas between the items but “and” between the last two items, generally without a comma, e.g. I saw the boy and the girl together. I went to the shop to buy butter, meat, bread, jam and tomato sauce.
ISLPR Language Services Blog
Do you know the difference? These three words are homophones and they confuse many people.
In response to requests from candidates, we are proposing to offer some small group tutorials in Auckland on Thursday, 13 June, the day before the next round of tests.