S.H.E or S.H.E. ?
Like the Taiwan style in using the English word VERSUS, simplified as ''vs", really means “against” as in a sports match, McEncroe vs Sampras, or UK vs. Italy –
there is another weird thingie going on here, NOT that is it very important, all things considered, but I would like to know the rhyme and reason, if there is one.
And it’s the way this singing group of three women, Selena, Helena and Elba (mebbe I got it wrong) are called S.H.E – in newspapers and magazines, without the last E getting a period. Maybe that is UK style for initialisms? But usually, initial words get all periods, as in F.B.I. or just called FBI without the dots. But this group is not called SHE, it is called S H E but the way it is written in S.H.E
Look in any entertainment paper today or tomorrow and you will see. But shouldn’t the proper way by S.H.E. ???
E.F.F. (or eff, for Formosa)