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    Chris Clemens

    I'm doing a Spanish book. It's an "Instructional text in English" with a single foreign language (Spanish).
    I'm using the the Spanish alphabet symbols, not the dot 4.

    In the contents, would I use the Spanish alphabet symbols?
    Example of contents entry:
    Activities of comunicación y lecturas..... page 10

    In the line above I would do the English contracted;
    then would I do the Spanish uncontracted using the Spanish alphabet symbol (o acute) or would I use the dot 4 in the contents?

    I'm guessing that I would use the Spanish alphabet symbol (o acute) since I'm using the Spanish alphabet symbols throughout the rest of the Instructional book. Would that be right?
    Thank you for your help.

    Chris Clemens

    Use Spanish (uncontracted, Spanish alphabet symols) for all the Spanish and use contracted English for all the English in a table of contents. It would be very helpful if you would post an actual page so that I can see if there are any unusual situations here.


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