When skipping part of the sentence or paragraph in a direct quote, it is common to use the ellipsis (...)
There are two ways of misunderstanding a poem ... the other to praise it for qualities that it does not possess.
How should the ellipses (skipped part of the quote) be spoken when read out loud or simply during conversation?
Would the reading simply continue without any acknowledgement of the ellipses? If so, in cases where it is important to acknowledge the presence of the skipped part, is there any established norm, or verbal cue to help communicate that part of the quote was skipped?