extremely dicult to decipher and does not contain any information pertaining to

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extremely di±cult to decipher and does not contain any information pertaining to the main recording, such as simultaneous background audio that is clearly unrelated to the main recording. See page 11 of the Style Guide for further details Laughing - laughing should only be transcribed in verbatim transcripts Singing - we do not transcribe song lyrics. Label song lyrics as (singing). Question 3/10 Section score 1/1 1/1 Write your best guess, e.g. Catherine Li Use an inaudible tag Write your best guess, and add a timestamp, e.g. [Catherine Li 01:23:45] Feedback You got it! Use the phonetic timestamp when you are unable to de±nitively research the spelling of a name. Do not use this timestamp in place of research! Question 3 - Revisited How should you transcribe a person’s name if you are unable to de²nitively research the spelling? *
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Nope. The correct answer is to transcribe your best guess and use a timestamp [Catherine Li 01:23:45]. You would not use an inaudible tag or just guess. This is called the phonetic timestamp. Use it when you are unable to de±nitively research the spelling of a name. Do not use this timestamp in place of research! Question 3 - Correct Answer That's correct! Use the phonetic timestamp when you are unable to de±nitively research the spelling of a name. Do not use this timestamp in place of research! Question 4/10 Section score 1/1 1/1 When a speaker cuts herself off or changes thought When a speaker is interrupted by another speaker When a speaker ends a sentence in an abrupt manner Feedback That's correct! Use a hyphen to indicate that a speaker has been interrupted by another speaker. Use an ellipsis to indicate that a speaker has cut herself off or changed direction. When should you end a sentence in a hyphen? Check all that apply. *
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Question 4 - Explained Did you get it right? The correct answer is "When a speaker is interrupted by another speaker" EXAMPLE: Speaker 1: Did she tell you that- Speaker 2: Really? Use an ellipsis to indicate that a speaker has cut herself off or changed direction. EXAMPLE: Speaker 1: I was telling him when ... Hang on, my microwave just went off. Question 5/10 Section score 1/1
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1/1 And then she picked up the [inaudible]. And then she picked up the [inaudible 01:23:45] And then she picked up the inaudible And then she picked up the [inaudible 01:23:45]. Feedback You know it! An inaudible timestamp must be formatted like this: [inaudible hh:mm:ss]. Don’t forget to end the sentence in a period, comma, or ellipses after inserting the inaudible timestamp. Question 5 - Revisited That wasn't correct. The correct answer is "And then she picked up the [inaudible 01:23:45]." An inaudible tag must be formatted like this: [inaudible hh:mm:ss]. Don’t forget to end the sentence in a period, comma, or ellipses after inserting the inaudible tag.
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