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    Chris Clemens
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    When brailling a typing lesson for a vi student, who is very fluent in braille, some lessons are just letters for practice, example- lie lli all line in, would these letters be in uncontracted form? The other lesson is complete sentences to type how would these be brailled?

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    Anonymous

    Good question. I suppose the first thing I would do is check with the teacher.
    Other than that I would have to assume that the student is using a computer to do these typing lessons, and the rules for Computer Code would need to be referenced. Basically, anything that is to be typed should be brailled uncontracted.Hope this helps.
    Saralyn

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