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== Bằng tiếng Việt ==
 
== Bằng tiếng Việt ==
  
''Xin bạn dịch giúp mình bài này sang tiếng Việt nhé !''  
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''Xin bạn dịch giúp mình bài này sang tiếng Việt nhé !''
  
 
== In English ==
 
== In English ==
  
These rules apply to album and track titles:
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No word should be capitalized except for:
* Do not capitalize any word except for:  
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* the first letter of the text
** the first letter of the text  
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* the first letter of a sentence after '''. ! ? / :''' characters
** the first letter of a sentence after '''. ! ? / :''' characters
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* the first letter of proper and geographical names (persons, cities, nations, etc.)
** the first letter of proper and geographical names (persons, cities, nations, etc.)  
 
  
 
===Punctuation===
 
===Punctuation===
  
* '''? ! ; : »''' characters must be preceded by a narrow no-break space, and followed by a normal space (unless they end a title)
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Including spaces before punctuation (as in French) and not including spaces before punctuation (as in English) are both acceptable. The version used on the cover is preferred.
* '''«''' character must be followed by a narrow no-break space, and preceded by a normal space (unless it starts a title)
 
As it doesn’t work on all softwares, on [[MusicBrainz]], you can use no-break or normal spaces instead of narrow no-break spaces.
 
 
 
  
 
== Examples ==
 
== Examples ==
  
* ''Em còn nhớ hay em đã quên ?'' <span style="color:grey">(strict, narrow no-break space)</span>
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* [[recording:514256b4-07fe-4a40-8b11-dc4e7aa38a44|''Vì sao ?'']] and several other tracks from [[release:252fa526-0d0f-4033-8da2-2fe7f876d177|''Quay về ngày xưa'']] <span style="color:grey">(nbsp/sp before these “''?''” on [http://kimloistudio.com/VietnamCD/pix/CD_PTQuayVeNgayXua_back.jpg back cover])
** ''Em còn nhớ hay em đã quên ?'' <span style="color:grey">(relaxed, no-break space)</span>
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* [[recording:7c5f15ac-f5ff-4ece-80e2-6fe5dbf069b5|''Không !'']] <span style="color:grey">('''n'''nbsp before this “''!''” on [http://khanhly.net/biadianhua/luong/TC%203015.jpg cover pic.])</span>
** ''Em còn nhớ hay em đã quên ?'' <span style="color:grey">(more relaxed, space)</span>
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* [[recording:7d960a21-23b2-48f7-b2dc-437c1c7f1b17|''Tình đổi thay không ?'']] <span style="color:grey">(nbsp/sp before this “''?''” on [http://kinco.com.vn/uploadfiles/productfolder/biasau97.jpg back cover])</span>
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* [[recording:4dd3c607-0f36-44ee-a44f-8f3a339825b|''Lời chia tay dễ nói thế sao anh?'']] <span style="color:grey">(no space before this “''?''” on [http://www.niebom.com/uploads//pix/3_niebom.com_Hn171583.jpg back cover])</span>
 
* ''Nhớ về Hà Nội'' <span style="color:grey">(proper noun)</span>
 
* ''Nhớ về Hà Nội'' <span style="color:grey">(proper noun)</span>
* ''Hà Nội café ơi !''
 
 
* ''Liên khúc : Đêm cuối / Giận hờn'' <span style="color:grey">(Vietnamese [[Medley Style]])</span>
 
* ''Liên khúc : Đêm cuối / Giận hờn'' <span style="color:grey">(Vietnamese [[Medley Style]])</span>
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:55, 26 May 2015


Status: This page describes an active style guideline proposal and is not official.



Proposal number: RFC-346
Champion: jesus2099
Current status: RFC
Initial Discussion RFC


Bằng tiếng Việt

Xin bạn dịch giúp mình bài này sang tiếng Việt nhé !

In English

No word should be capitalized except for:

  • the first letter of the text
  • the first letter of a sentence after . ! ? / : characters
  • the first letter of proper and geographical names (persons, cities, nations, etc.)

Punctuation

Including spaces before punctuation (as in French) and not including spaces before punctuation (as in English) are both acceptable. The version used on the cover is preferred.

Examples


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