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Hello,
Can someone tell me what each of them means?

Thanks,
ky
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e.g. = "exemplum gratia" (Latin) = for example
i.e. = "id est" (Latin) = that's it/in other words

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Hi Ky,

All I know is i.e. is, that is, and e.g. is for example
what is e.g and i.g?

answer my question please
Anonymouswhat is e.g and i.g?

answer my question please

e.g. is explained already in this thread.

Did you mean i.e., or i.g.? i.e. is also already explained in this thread.
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Elenae.g. = "exemplum gratia" (Latin) = for example
e.g. = exempli gratia (Latin)
Gratia requires the genitive.

CB
Thank you ELENA for this info! [:^)]
Thank you so much!
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