I feel like giving you an easy one today, but I also kinda feel like making you have to think about it a little bit. (Also, this sample contains the word chaos, which is why I picked it, out of all the options available.)
*sigh* This post contained exactly forty-seven words before I began this paragraph… (It has to do with a line of dialogue from a novel I’ll be re-reading sometime in the next few days, something along the lines of “Forty-seven! How’d you manage?”) A corrected version of the sample is needed, though, so I can’t keep my perfect word count.
The panic and chaos actually made pretty good cover. I don’t think anyone saw us transform…
THREE dots for an ellipsis, not two. Don’t use fewer dots to indicate a shorter pause (and why would you have a “shorter pause” at the end, anyway?), and don’t use extra dots to indicate a really long pause. Three dots. Add a fourth for a period at the end if you like, as long as it is the end of the sentence and not a gap in the middle.