3. It is an anthology of poems, and short stories, and essays. - I'd delete the 'and'before 'short stories
2. The report, however, needs to be completed by the end of the month.
4. It is, nevertheless, going to be cancelled.
4. It happened on Monday, May 6, 1776.
3. My sister Irene received her broker's license in 1985. (or sister, Irene,)
5. You can fly from Miami, Florida to Bogota, Colombia in under four hours.
4. Mrs. Conhagen, our teacher, is the lecturer.
5. Mr. Butler, the last actor who played the part, will be honored this evening.
1. Sarah noted several glaring grammatical errors in the manuscript.
2. There stands a happy outgoing person!
3. They planned a surprise happy birthday party
5. Mrs. Williams won a handsome gold pen at the office party.
2. In the opinion of several of my colleagues, who have gone over the material, these units would be welcomed by salesmanship teachers throughout the country.
1. The office manager reported to the vice president, and the treasurer reported to the president.
2. The typewriter is a valuable instrument of communication, but the telephone is faster.
4. Our offer was made in good faith(,) and we trust that you will give it full consideration.
5. Our Research Department analyzed current consumer demands(,) and found that there is no market for such a product.
This is how I'd do them.