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Published in : 2019-03-21 | by Punctuation Daily
The phrase "et al." comes from Latin and literally means "and others." Its Latin origin causes some confusion because the phrase in Latin can be written three ...
Published in : 2013-07-17 | by LDG Huddersfield
Using et al in citations in academic writing.
Published in : 2017-01-08 | by Sheryl Holt
Abbreviations like i.e., e.g., and et al. are common in academic writing. This video gives you some examples and techniques for using these abbreviations.
Published in : 2016-08-09 | by Shawn McMillan
Excerpts from the Video Deposition of Tika Smith, Los Angeles County Supervising Children's Social Worker.
Published in : 2013-07-21 | by ESLEnglishFaby Abbreviations are shortened forms of words that save us time and space when we are writing. In order to use abbreviations ...
Published in : 2019-03-18 | by Punctuation Daily
There are a few Latin terms that are still commonly used in English, including the abbreviations "e.g." and "i.e." Some confuse "e.g." and "i.e." The abbreviation ...
Published in : 2014-03-17 | by TED-Ed
View full lesson: If you read "Bob, a DJ and a clown" on a guest list, are three people ...
Published in : 2014-01-13 | by WodongaTAFELibrary
This video demonstrates editing in-text citations. Topics include: When author is used in the sentence, To add page numbers, Converting to static text to add 'et ...
Published in : 2014-05-13 | by Pronunciation Doctor
Grammar Sense 4. Bland, et al. OUP. Presented by Marsha Chan. Sunburst Media
Published in : 2015-07-06 | by TED-Ed
View full lesson: It may seem like the semicolon is struggling with an identity crisis. It looks like a ...