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The abbreviation "i.e.," which stands for the Latin phrase id est--"that is"--is written with lowercase letters and a period after each, and no space in between.

When you use it in a sentence to signify "that is," you do follow it with a comma:

  • Jacob held the highest office in the club; i.e., that of president.
  • The process of electrolysis breaks water down into its components; i.e., hydrogen and oxygen.

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