In the vocabulary lesson this week, you read:
"My employment contract states my remuneration, i.e. the amount I will earn."
What does i.e. mean? It is short for Latin "id est," and it means: that is, that is to say, in other words. We use it when we want to explain the meaning of a word or phrase used:
"This is the amount gross, i.e. including taxes."
"She wants to go there after she gets her degree, i.e. in 2020 I suppose."