# English Expressions

e.g. Too much TV, however, takes us away from other things.

Does e.g. mean the follwoing?

1. Howeverr, if we watch TV too much, we can not do other things.

2. Howeverr, if we watch too much TV, we can not do other things.

1. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. The abbreviation "e.g." means "for example" and not "however." Either #1 or # is OK.

posted by SraJMcGin
2. To substitute real words for the abbreviation "e.g.", please use what SraJMcGin has told you.

#1 = For example, if we watch TV too much, we cannot do other things.

#2 = For example, if we watch too much TV, we cannot do other things.

Please note that "cannot" is spelled as one word, not two.

=)

posted by Writeacher

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