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Comma after “e.g.“: The Definitive Guide

Do you know what Latin abbreviations such as “i.e.”, “et al.”, and “e.g.”, stand for? And, have you been punctuating them properly? If so, then that means you’re saving grammar pedants from having either a stroke or cardiac arrest. So, whether you’re mentally reading e.g. as “exempli gratia” or simply as “egg sample”, as most …

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