We have a question concerning drill 15 sentence 2 in Drills Reproduced in Braille 2015:
Rule 8.6.2 In the Rules of Unified English Braille Second Edition 2013 states:
"The capitals terminator may precede or follow punctuation and other terminators but it is best that indicators and paired characters such as parentheses, square brackets and quotes be nested. That is, close punctuation and indicators in reverse order of opening."
This is in reference to the capital passage terminator.
Quote From: REVISION LOG FOR PDF UPLOADS OF INSTRUCTION
MANUAL FOR BRAILLE TRANSCRIBING UEB EDITION 2015 (Last Updated: November 30, 2016)
July 15, 2015: Corrected Drill 15 sentence 2 (the capitals terminator should appear after the last symbols sequence.
#b4 ,he spoke ! phrase emphatically3 8,,,! l& ( ! free & ! home ( ! brave60,'
My question is, is the previous example correct or would the following be the proper way to treat the capitals terminator when it includes paired characters?
#b4 ,he spoke ! phrase emphatically3 8,,,! l& ( ! free & ! home ( ! brave6,'0
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