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Periods should be used with abbreviations true false (idk what it means lol)

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True in most cases. ex. <--- The abbreviation for example is ex with a period at the end.
yes, they should. Example: instead of saying etcetera, you could say etc. but you would have to use the period at the end. Example in a sentence: I like food, such as pie, ice cream, meat, etc., but I don't like beans. So, it's true.

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ok ima put true :) thanks guys
welllcome
yw (:
It is important to create a captivating opening when writing a speech or essay. I put true...
True is correct!
Well, you're supposed to grab the reader's attention in the introduction. So i think you are right.
thank you :)

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