In many cases, it’s clear to me as an editor that the author just doesn’t know which one to use, even though the rest of their project may be brilliant. I could love other great sports teams, e.g., any sports team fielded by the University of Wisconsin. Likewise, remembering the origins of the abbreviations aids in remembering that a comma should be placed after the letters.In other cases, it’s clear that the author knows which one to use, but the inconsistent punctuation used throughout the project reveals that effective comma usage remains a mystery. To understand the rules on both proper usage and the proper punctuation when using , because I’m clarifying that the best team in baseball is the Milwaukee Brewers and none other. Simply replacing the Latin abbreviations with their English translations demonstrates the point.We loved it's sketchbook look so much that we put it on our official Pecha Kucha Poster Tumblr!
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When using each phrase in English, a comma would be appropriate; therefore, a comma is appropriate when using the Latin abbreviations.
Although a comma is almost always called for in American English, British English may sometimes omit the comma.
If you don’t want to take my word for it, check out the Grammar Girl post on the subject.
She has worked up a chart demonstrating which style guides recommend a comma and which ones don’t.
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