anonymous
  • anonymous
What mark of punctuation might indicate that more information is to come?
Literature
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anonymous
  • anonymous
triple dot
anonymous
  • anonymous
An ellipsis (...)
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  • Llort
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A dash actually indicates more information to come. An ellipsis is used usually to indicate that you're leaving out a part of a quote or other source. Parentheses or commas can also serve the same purpose, if used to insert an adjective clause.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hi! yes ellipses. used commonly to pertain to information later adde by the writer...but in literature, these may also mean that you are out of words or just want to leave the other unimportant parts of a sentence/ paragraph especially when you are having a direct quotation.

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