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Featured Blog Post
by Erin Wright on January 21, 2016
Ellipses, which are also called ellipsis points and ellipsis dots, represent omissions in quotations and interruptions in dialogue. That seems simple enough, doesn’t it? But, that’s where the simplicity ends because several of our most well-respected style and usage guides disagree on how ellipses should be formatted. To add to this punctuating drama, there’s even a disagreement over what ellipses should be called when they represent omissions in quotations rather than interruptions in dialogue.
Let’s unravel these conflicting recommendations point by point. Today’s post explains how to use ellipses for omissions within and between quoted sentences. Continue Reading