Here is my elipsis homework.
1. Jeffrey needed to look good. Every detail of his dress, hygiene and hair style had to be perfect. It took him excessive amounts of time in preperation to exit his home. In every way, his appearance to others was excrutiatingly obsessed over.
Jeffrey needed to look good . . . In every way, his appearance to others was excrutiatingly obsessed over.
2. Even when she was a little girl, you could tell she was personable. She would kneel beside her bed and pray for long periods of time. God bless mommy, God bless daddy, God bless my teacher Mrs. Jackson . . .
3. I am so mad! Beth walked right by me at the supermarket and didn't give me the time of day. You know what the worse thing is? She thinks the sun rises and sets around her. If the shoe was on the other foot . . .
4. How about this?
I am trying to stay encouraged; to think of good things. That leads me to you. When you are present, I am in heaven, the sky is clear . . . I am filled with joy just thinking of you.
I have never used elipsis in my writing, although I do use it in my correspondance at work as if to express waiting on something or questionig something. Not sure if that is a correct way to use it?
5. The request has been submitted to the Network team . . .
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