AlanOfTheBerg wrote:orbitc wrote:I agree with Alan. Few of us tested these with few different combination. The Best option, IMO, should be either with single quotes or double quotes.
I like single. Because they are thinner.
CBenson wrote:Oddly, when I route to a destination on "'E' St NW" my phone then has a sound file "ee street en double you Washington."
CBenson wrote:This exit has been named "Exits 13A-B-C: US-301 / MD-3 Richmond / Crofton" to match the BGS for quite some time. I drive through it regularly. TTS says: "Exits thirteen ayybeesea...youess threeohone...emdee three Richmond...Crofton." It sounds fine to me. I've never seen or heard a complaint.
sketch wrote:it should be "Exit" rather than "Exits", if that's what the big green sign says
CBenson wrote:sketch wrote:it should be "Exit" rather than "Exits", if that's what the big green sign says
Just to clarify, you are saying it should be what the big green sign says, correct?
sketch wrote:Correct. I think this varies by state. In Louisiana, it'll say "Exit 232A-B", for example.
CBenson wrote:So I think I can confirm that "'E' St NW" is now pronounced "ee street northwest."* Unfortunately, I tested E St and I'm finding it really difficult to hear the difference between "ee" and "east." I'll try 'N' now.
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