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Hello, can anyone help? If you have a sentence with a 'for example' at the end, when the 'for example' part does not constitute a full sentence on its own, what punctuation mark precedes 'for example'? Which (if any) of the below is correct?:

Choose a boy's name. For example, 'Adam'.

Choose a boy's name, for example, 'Adam'.

Choose a boy's name; for example, 'Adam'.

Choose a boy's name: for example, 'Adam'.

Choose a boy's name - for example, 'Adam'.
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There is a lot of variation depending on who you ask. Emotion: smile My version:Choose a boy's name, for example 'Adam.'
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Or, "Choose a boy's name, for example: Adam".
One can use 
. For example, 
; for example,
Choose a boy's name; for example, 'Adam'. OR
Choose a boy's name. For example, 'Adam'.
Use the semicolon!
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