1. When all is said and done, a lot more is said than done.
2. If you mark your suitcase with colored tape, it will be easier to find at the baggage counter.
3. Feeling brave and silly at the same time, Anita volunteered to go onstage and help the magician.
4. As the bride smiled and strolled past me down the asile, I saw a bead of sweat roll from her own forehead down her cheek.
5. Remembering my own wedding, I knew she wasn't sweating from the heat.
6. The dance, aided by members of the chorus, hobbled across the state toward the wings.
7. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, who were married on the Fourth of July, named their first child "Freedom."
8. All trees, even the most gigantic, are only 1 percent living tissue; the rest is deadwood.
9. The repairman, unaware of the grease on his shoes, left a black trail from our front door to the washing machine.
10. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, the second and third presidents of the United States, died on the same day in 1826.
Commas are placed where, when speaking, there would be a brief, natural pause in the sentence. They also make writing more clear to read. Hope this helped! :)