Which of the following is the correct way to denote unintelligible words in a

Which of the following is the correct way to denote

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Which of the following is the correct way to denote unintelligible words in a transcript? *
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Question 5 - Correct Answer You got it right! 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. Question 6/10 Section score 1/1 1/1 Students Speaker 3 Kelley M. Tall Woman Male 1 Feedback Wow, you nailed it! If you can distinguish the total number of speakers in a transcript, you should label them Speaker 1, Speaker 2, etc. If speakers are identi±ed by name, use their names. If you are unsure of the number of speakers, it is okay to use a group identi±er like Students or Audience. Never use descriptors like Tall Woman. This is highly unprofessional. Do not use labels like Male 1. Instead, use Speaker 1. Which of the following speaker labels are acceptable to use? Check all that apply. *
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Question 6 - Explained If you answered Students, Speaker 3, and Kelley M., you got it. These are all acceptable. Tall Woman and Male 1 are not acceptable. -- Label speakers Speaker 1, Speaker 2, etc. according to the order they begin speaking in the transcript. If speakers are identi±ed by name, use their names. If there are many people speaking in a group and you are unsure of the number of speakers, it is okay to use a group identi±er like Students or Audience. Never use descriptors like Tall Woman. This is highly unprofessional. Do not use labels like Male 1. Instead, use Speaker 1. Question 7/10 Section score 1/1
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1/1 Transcribe everything you can hear, and use [inaudible hh:mm:ss] when you can’t hear what’s being said Transcribe everything you can hear, and use [crosstalk hh:mm:ss] when you can’t hear what’s being said Give up and leave it blank Only transcribe the main conversation Feedback That's right! Use the crosstalk timestamp when you cannot hear what’s being said because one or more people are talking simultaneously. Question 7 - Revisited Not quite. Don't use the inaudible timestamp, don't only transcribe what you think is important, and de±nitely don't leave it blank! You must transcribe everything you hear and use the crosstalk tag to mark portions when you can't hear what’s being said because one or more people are talking simultaneously. 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 till k t h t i b i id O l it if t h h t i b i id b f How do you transcribe a conversation with two or more people talking over each other? *
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still make out what is being said. Only use it if you cannot hear what is being said because of crosstalk.
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