Problems with punctuation

Guys, please bear in mind the following punctuation rules.

Every sentence ends with a period (.), a question mark (?), or an exclamation point (!).
See … tion10.pdf.

Comma abuse: see … mma1-1.pdf.

NOTE: I’ll have to review my essays because I may suffer from comma abuse Nº 15. :’(

Do not use a semicolon in place of a comma (,), a dash (-), or a colon (:).
See uses of the semicolon … colons.pdf.

See uses of the colon and the dash … 20Dash.pdf

Also see … icolon.pdf about rules regarding commas and semicolons.

I think these charts are very useful: … tterns.pdf … _chart.pdf

TOEFL listening lectures: A university lecture in Political Science

Thank you for sharing Milily.

Thanks Milily. The links are nice and helpful.

It is very helpful. Thanks for a great contribution, Milily

Thanks for sharing this with us Milily.
This is very kind of you.

Kind regards.

From [url]Comma - Wikipedia

"Nominative of Address

Commas are placed before, after, or around a noun or pronoun used independently in speaking to some person, place or thing:

  • I hope, John, that you will read this."
  1. John, I hope that you will read this.
  2. I hope that you will read this, John.

So, guys, would you mind correcting your sentences? I’d appreciate it.

Hi Milily,
Thanks for providing us with the links.