Ellipsis (…) is one of the most used punctuation marks but also wrongly used.
It shows the omission of words, phrases etc, in a sentence as well as continuation of a sentence.
An ellipsis helps you eliminate unnecessary words, and getting to the main point in your writing.
Example (Full sentence):
With ellipses, see the way it comes out below:
The ellipsis can also be used to express suspense, hesitation, change of mood, etc.
Here is an example of an ellipses used in a sentence:
A notable mistake made while using ellipsis is putting more than three dots (……..).
The right way; three dots: (…) and four dots (….) when it ends a sentence.
You can leave a space among the dots or place them without it; all depends on the style book you are using.
Therefore, ensure you put three dots (…), like Messi, Suarez and … in your post next time.