1) Like you, he can speak French fluently but with a thick foreign accent.
2) Like you, he can speak French fluently, but with a thick foreign accent.

3) He can speak French fluently like you, but with a thick foreign accent.
4) He can speak French fluently, like you, but with a thick foreign accent.

5) Like you, he can speak French fluently, but has a thick foreign accent.


Which are correctly punctuated?
In which cases:
a) you speak French with a thick foreign accent
In which cases:
b) you don't speak French with a thick foreign accent
and in which cases
c) we can't tell if you have a think foreign accent when you speak French or
not

Gratefully,
Navi

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