Actually often we use I.e. and e.g but i'm not sure what exact meaning of it anybody can tell? What is exact meaning of I.e. and e.g.

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i.e. means 'in other words'. So here, you'd provide an extension/alternative explanation to clarify the point.

e.g. = for example. Here, illustrate the point with an example.

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