"i.e." is short for that Latin phrase "id est," translating to "that is." Use this in place of "in other words."
I am picking up my children later; i.e., those people I declared on my taxes.
I dressed for the costume party in 80's fashion; i.e., day-glow, big shoulder pads, and lots of hair spray.
"e.g." is the abbreviation of the Latin phrase "exempli gratia" meaning, "for example." A writer would use this to give examples of his term.
I like to eat fruit for breakfast; e.g., bananas, strawberries, and watermelon.
After spending the weekend camping, Betty was in desperate need of some pampering;
e.g., a manicure, pedicure, and massage.
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