[bksvol-discuss] Re: apostrophe as single quote

I've discovered that British books use a single quote
where we use double, and vice versa. The single quote
and an apostrophe look alike--in fact, when I
validated a book like that, I used the same symbol.
Maybe Kurzweill is using the context to say "single
quote" and when it's used as an apostrophe it will say
that.

I would assume that the symbol for both apostrophe and
single quote will be the same in braille, but I don't
know. However, you will be able to tell the difference
from the context.

I haven't read through all the posts yet, as I should
have. I apologize if I''m saying something that's
already been said.

Cindy

--- Jill O'Connell <jillocon@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I am validating a book that was printed in London.
> Every time there is an apostrophe in a word,
> Kurzweil says "single quote;" however, the braille
> display simply shows the word with an apostrophe.
> Does anyone know when Bookshare makes this book
> available in braille how this will be interpreted? 
> 


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