In this lesson, Ashish explains two types of brackets used in sentences:
1. Round brackets (parentheses)
2. Square brackets
Round brackets ( )
Round brackets, which are often known as parenthesis too, are used to give relevant yet nonessential information in a sentence. They work like a comma here.
Dana White (the president of the UFC) has tested positive for COVID-19.
I am a huge fan of the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship).
Leave your wallet(s) at the reception if you have any.
Square brackets 
Square brackets are used to edit a quotation.
My father always says, “Don’t worry about them [failures] and give your best.”
“He love[s] painting stones,” he said.
Original Words: “He love[s] painting stones,” he said.
It was the first time he gave someone a complement [sis].
We were coming to your place […] but then my mother got very sick, and we had to take her to a hospital.
Watch the video until the end to know when to use round and square brackets.
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