In any language, there are accepted reductions that facilitate written language. For example, such as that, for instance. etc. English, of course, also includes all the cuts.
I’ll be here to collect common abbreviations, which will meet in their language practice. If someone wants to add reduction, write in the comments.
Here are the first, the most frequency, reduction:
etc. (et cetera) — Lat. And so on
eg (exempli gratia) — Lat. eg
ie (id est) — Lat. t. e., that is,
vs (versus) — Lat. Against
AD (Anno Domini) — Lat. ad
BC (Before Christ) — Lat. BC
am (ante meridiem) — Lat. before noon
pm (post meridiem) — Lat. afternoon
jr. (junior) — Jr.
sr. (senior) — Senior
smth. (something) — something
smb. (somebody) — someone
pl. (plural) — plural
sing. (singular) — the only number
p. (page) — Page
ex. (exercise) — Exercise
ABC — alphabet
Edu. (Education) — Education
Re. (Reply) — response
Rf. (Reference) — footnote reference
St. (street) — Street
Appx. (Appendix) — Annex
Co. (company) — the company
IMHO (In My Humble Opinion) — in my humble opinion
PM (Prime Minister) — Prime Minister
PA (Personal Assistant) — personal secretary
When writing this, I have found an excellent collection rate. If someone has any questions with the reduction, look at them.