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I have two questions.
At the book of Rules of Unified English Braille, at section 9.9.1 ( Type form passages extending across consecutive same text elements). it say :
When transcribing a typeform passage which extends over more than one text element (e.g. a series of consecutive paragraphs), each text element is preceded by the typeform passage indicator and the typeform is terminated only at the point where the typeform changes.
I did share this with couple teachers, and they couldn't figure what that means.
[ Does it mean; that each paragraph should be preceded by a typeform passage indicator, and ended by the typeform terminator. and then, we do the same with the other paragraphs. That if we have couple passages in Italic through a regular print text? ] ..
My second question:
Is the Italic passage typeform indicator will be effected and not needed to be added to the new print page after using the Page line separation; when the paragraph is not finished yet, or what??
I hope I have some guide from you.
Thank you. Shadia Ewada