Abbreviations (shortened forms of full terms) are everywhere, so we should know how to deal with them in our writing. Try this quiz to see how you measure up!1. Which example illustrates the correct punctuation to use with a person’s initials?L. D. MillsL, D, MillsL… D… Mills2. How do you correctly punctuate the Latin abbreviation meaning "for example"?e.g.eg.eg3. Which abbreviation is used before the name of an individual who has received an honorary degree?Dr.Hon. Dr.No abbreviation is used.4. Which sentence uses the correct abbreviation for the province of Ontario in formal writing?The film Snow Cake was filmed in Wawa, ON.The film Snow Cake was filmed in Wawa, Ont.The film Snow Cake was filmed in Wawa, O.N.5. Which sentence is correct?They have given out ticket #1 to 100.They have given out ticket Nos. 1 to 100.They have given out ticket Num. 1 to 100.6. Which sentence illustrates the correct way to write specific time in a time zone?The estimated arrival time was 20:14 PST.The estimated arrival time was 20:14 Pacific Standard Time.The estimated arrival time was 20:14 Pacific-Standard-Time7. Which example illustrates the correct way to represent a percentage amounting to one half, using the per cent symbol?50 %50%0.50 %8. How is the word "latitude" abbreviated?latt.lattlat9. What is another correct way to express "eight metres"?8 m8m8 M10. Which of the following abbreviations can be used freely in the body of a text?Assoc.Inc.Corp.