Well, I hope he doesn’t forget to, you know, check his email before he leaves.

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Well, I hope he doesn’t forget to, you know, check his email before he leaves.

 

Which of the following is the correct way to transcribe this according to our Clean Verbatim Style Guide?

 

A) Well, I hope he doesn’t forget to, you know, check his e-mail before he leaves.

B) I hope he does not forget to check his email before he leaves.

C) Well, I hope he doesn’t forget to check his email before he leaves.

There are three different options for this question. Let see which one is correct.

According To Grammer and Transcription Guidelines, this question: Well, I hope he doesn’t forget to, you know, check his email before he leaves. option) I hope he does not forget to check his email before he leaves. This is a correct answer.

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You know, I’m afraid you’re just too loud. Like, seriously, you need to calm down.

I mean, I kinda wanted to go to, you know, the fair, like, this weekend. But then it sorta rained.

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