Translating Punctuation when there is No Punctuation to Translate

You may want to comment on Mike’s BBB post here or on the comments made there already.

Some of us have had to comment elsewhere; so you may want to comment at that elsewhere place.

Or you can feel free to comment here at this BBBB post now too.

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One response to “Translating Punctuation when there is No Punctuation to Translate

  1. Kurk, in contrast to what you wrote above, you and others are always welcome to comment at BBB. All we ask is that anyone who comments follow a handful of simple guidelines that help the blog stay focused on its mission. That mission is to help us all understand how Bible translations can be made even better.