EXAMPLE:Speaker 1: We’ll put that-Speaker 2: Which section of the-Speaker 1: Put that in the last paragraph, actually. Or maybe [crosstalk 01:23:45].Speaker 3: Maybe it should go in the conclusion.Speaker 1: Yeah.Speaker 2: Yeah.Question 7 - Correct AnswerYou got it!Note that the crosstalk tag is similar to the inaudible tag in that it indicates unintelligible dialogue. You don't need to use it to indicate that people are talking over each other if you can still make out what is being said. Only use it if you cannot hear what is being said because of crosstalk.EXAMPLE:Speaker 1: We’ll put that-Speaker 2: Which section of the-Speaker 1: Put that in the last paragraph, actually. Or maybe [crosstalk 01:23:45].Speaker 3: Maybe it should go in the conclusion.Speaker 1: Yeah.Speaker 2: Yeah.Question 8/10Section score1/1
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1/1Suddenly the door opened and [Spanish 01:23:45].Suddenly the door opened and [foreign language 01:23:45].Suddenly the door opened and [inaudible 01:23:45].Suddenly the door opened and (starts speaking Spanish).FeedbackYup, that's right! Spanish or foreign language are both acceptable.Use a foreign language tag, i.e. [foreign language 01:23:45]. You can enter the name ofthe language if known, e.g. [Chinese 01:23:45]. Do not transcribe or translate theforeign language portion, even if you know the foreign language.Question 8 - Explained[Spanish 01:23:45] or [foreign language 01:23:45] are both acceptable answers. Did you get it right?You can enter the name of the language if known, e.g. [Chinese 01:23:45]. Do not transcribe or translate the foreign language portion, even if you know the foreign language.EXCEPTION: It is okay to transcribe common foreign language terms, e.g. hasta la vista baby, carpe diem, faux pas.A speaker begins his sentence and then starts speaking inSpanish. Which of the following examples are correct? Checkall that apply. *
EXCEPTION: Foreign names should still be researched, e.g. "He stayed in a hotel in Gangwon for the PyeongChang Olympics."Question 9/10Section score1/11/1If a speaker says “My name is Allison,” I can assume she is AllisonIf a speaker says, “Let me turn it over to Jay now,” I can assume thenext speaker is JayIf there is only one male and one female speaker in the audio, I canassume the male is Jay and the female is AllisonIf there are two female speakers in the audio, I can assume the ±rst one isAllisonAll of the aboveFeedbackYou did great!Always use customer-provided speaker labels if you have enough context clues tocorrectly assign them to the people speaking. Failure to do so is a major error. Do notmake assumptions if you cannot determine who is who.A customer provides two speaker labels, Allison and Jay.Which of the following accurately describes when you woulduse the labels? Check all that apply. *
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Question 9 - ExplainedDid you answer correctly? The ±rst three statements were all correct.
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