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Grammar Bomb: i.e. VS e.g.

I love tropical fruit, i.e. the luscious and tender kiwi, handpicked and stored at room temperature, or the zesty mango marinated in banana juice; I hate sugary treats, … 101 more words

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To fully understand the state of cybersecurity at enterprise organizations, it’s worthwhile to review a bit of history. So 15 years of dealing with cybersecurity on a tactical basis led us to where we are today. 210 more words


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Meaning for example, e.g. should never be followed by etc., because by definition e.g. is not all encompassing. Therefore etc. is redundant. Do not follow e.g. with a comma.

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Do not use periods within capitalized abbreviations: CEO, TV. For e.g. and i.e., lowercase and use periods. (Italicized here for emphasis; do not italicize in reports.) If abbreviating a company’s or an organization’s name anywhere in the text, use its full name on first reference, immediately followed by the abbreviation in parentheses. 38 more words

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i.e or e.g?

A quick explanation of when to use e.g. in a sentence, i.e. the abbreviation for exempli gratia.

i.e. is the abbreviation of the Latin phrase ‘id est,’ meaning ‘that is.’ Another way to remember is to associate i.e. 47 more words