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  1. Arashihn

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    An ellipsis (plural: ellipses) is a punctuation mark consisting of three dots. Use an ellipsis when omitting a word, phrase, line, paragraph, or more from a quoted passage. Ellipses save space or remove material that is less relevant. They are useful .
  2. Yorisar

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    Ellipses. An ellipsis is a set of three periods ) indicating an omission. Each period should have a single space on either side, except when adjacent to a quotation mark, in which case there should be no space.
  3. Tumi

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    Jul 17,  · Mark said: “I am confused if I should finish them with one of the final stop punctuation marks (when, as I read, 1- every sentence must be finished by an appropriate punctuation mark [the final stop], and 2- neither the dash nor the ellipsis are the final stop punctuation marks).”.
  4. Dakazahn

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    The ellipsis mark consists of three dots (periods). We use the ellipsis mark in place of missing words. If we intentionally omit one or more words from an original text, we replace them with an ellipsis mark. Suppose we want to quote "The film focussed on three English learners from Asia who were studying at university." Perhaps we want to omit.
  5. Maut

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    Oct 14,  · In grammar and rhetoric, an ellipsis is the omission of one or more words, which must be supplied by the listener or reader for the sentence to be understood. It is also the name of the punctuation mark (" ") used to show the location of missing words in a direct quote. This mark can also be used to indicate a long pause or a speech trailing off.
  6. Vijar

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    Jun 16,  · The ellipsis, also known as ellipsis points, shows that something has been omitted from a sentence or quotation. It may also be used to show a pause in a quotation or in reported speech.
  7. Kajijin

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    An ellipsis is a punctuation mark made up of three dots. An ellipsis is used to show an omission of a word or words, to create a pause for effect, or to show an unfinished thought. This page has lots of examples of how to use ellipsis and an interactive test.
  8. Shataur

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    A four-dot ellipsis is actually an ellipsis with a period at the end of it. It’s important to remember that you still should punctuate properly even if you’re using an ellipsis. When using ellipses in conjunction with other punctuation, whether they be commas, semicolons, question marks, or exclamation points, treat the ellipsis as though.

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