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Latin lesson: etc. vs. et al. | Grammarly Blog

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Etc. is short for 'et cetera,' which translates in Latin to 'and the rest' or 'and left over .' Use etc. when you're writing a list of things: I am going to bring pumpkin pie, ...

etc vs. et vs. al – The Correct Way to Use Each | Confusing Words

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Keep using etc. instead of et al.? Check out Ginger's spelling book and make sure you never confuse etc. and et al. again!

Et al. - Grammarist

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Et al.is an abbreviation of the Latin loanphrase et alii, meaning and others. ... The issue of whether to place a comma before et al. is complicated, but you'll be fine if you treat it as you would the words and others. ... Never mind vs nevermind.

Full text of "Virginia teachers' directory. [from old catalog]"

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Sallie M Taylor Wm J Birch Lola V White Bessie Anderton Grange ville John E Mapp, .... Trustee Myrtle Gilkeson Leonora Coyner Bertie V Zirkle Mary Garth Virgil F ...... Burch Mascot Linda Glenn Walkerton A L Walker West Point E T Richardson .... William's Mill Lucy B Wilson Brydie Helena W Jones Inge Carter Ryland Nell ...

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APA Style Blog: Et al.: When and How?

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Feb 4, 2011 ... I have italicized et al. in this post because it's a linguistic example (see .... When should you use author et al. versus author and colleagues.

e.g. / i.e. / et al. | Style for Students Online

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Many writers confuse “e.g.” and “i.e.,” and many type “et al.” improperly or do not properly recognize what words it represents. The abbreviation “e.g.” is from the ...

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Zirkle, Conway. .... Therapeutic Advances in Psychiatry. 1941. Speiser, A., et.-al. Studies in the History of Science. ..... Buranelli, V. The King and the Quakers.