Home Forums Foreign Language Do we use Grade 1 indicator before freestanding Spanish letters? Nemeth in UEB

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  • #35168
    Clara Harris
    Participant

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Hi Cindy,</p>
    <p style=”text-align: left;”>The Interim of Foreign Language 1.6 considers important the use of ELI to distinguish letters from words.</p>
    <p style=”text-align: left;”>In a Nemeth within UEB transcription I have labels: a, b, c, etc. and coordinates y, x.</p>
    Do I use the grade 1 only on the y to distinguish from the Spanish word y. Or do I use it for EVERY standing alone Spanish letter.

    TkU,

    Clara

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    #35194
    Patrick Janson
    Moderator

    Hi Clara,

    Sorry for the delay, but I wanted to communicate with some committee members as a Foreign Language guidebook has yet to be published to handle such matters. Our consensus is:

    Since the book seems to be all in Spanish, the same rules apply to English and single letters: any letter such as “y” that can be misread as a word in Spanish should have a grade one indicator. So, yes on “y” and no on “x”.

    Hope that helps!

    Patrick

    #35198
    Clara Harris
    Participant

    Hi Patrick, greetings from Louisville,

    Thank you for getting back to me.

    It definitely helps to know that we ALL are on the same page.

    Best,

    Clara

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