Can a semicolon be replaced with "..." (an ellipsis) in a sentence? Is there any difference at all?
I see this type of syntax often, but I do not know how, when or where they should be used. "It is the case that [...] the inconvenience is altogether imaginary." Is it okay to use if I need to ...
Quoting from Jeff Atwood's blog: [I expanded the team] by adding Kevin, who I didn't know, but had built amazing stuff for us without even being asked to, from Texas. And again by adding ...
I’m wondering about how ellipses are used in essays. Are there any examples that I could see?