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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


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*Plays Funeral March subtly in the background, enters cloaked in the shadows…*

“Fear not the path you have chosen to walk… fear not the darkness that seeps from the abyss, for there is always the glimmer of the light of…. 365 more words

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I.e. vs. e.g.


Latin roots
The abbreviation i.e. comes from the Latin words id est, which mean that is.

The abbreviation e.g. comes from the Latin phrase… 498 more words

Warrior Wednesdays: i.e. versus e.g.

Ah, we’ve all seen something like the following sentences:

  • My favorite sports team (i.e., the Philadelphia Eagles) plays football well.
  • Citrus fruits (e.g., grapefruits, oranges, clementines) can be tart.
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Warrior Wednesdays: Grammar Tips And Tricks