'ie' and 'eg'

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frogboxer

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Are the examples below (using 'ie' and 'eg') punctuated correctly per British style in all their variations - ie with commas, parentheses and dashes?

'ie'
• I'm going to the place where I work best, ie the coffee shop.
• I'm going to the place where I work best (ie the coffee shop).
• I'm going to the place where I work best - ie the coffee shop.


• At the places where I work well, eg Starbucks, I have none of the distractions I have at home.
• The most beautiful human in Greek mythology, ie Leda's daughter Helen, may have had a unibrow, according to a 2009 book on Helen I'm reading.
• The most beautiful human in Greek mythology (ie Leda's daughter Helen) may have had a unibrow, according to a 2009 book on Helen I'm reading.
• The most beautiful human in Greek mythology - ie Leda's daughter Helen - may have had a unibrow, according to a 2009 book on Helen I'm reading.


'eg'
• At the places where I work well, eg Starbucks, I have none of the distractions I have at home.
• At the places where I work well (eg Starbucks) I have none of the distractions I have at home.
• At the places where I work well - eg Starbucks - I have none of the distractions I have at home.


• Some children of Leda, eg Castor and Pollux, were born in pairs.
• Some children of Leda (eg Castor and Pollux) were born in pairs.
• Some children of Leda - eg Castor and Pollux - were born in pairs.

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