Did you know that you can transcribe almost every language with Braille?
Braille isn't a language, it's a means of writing a language.
The difference is in the configuration of the 6 dots, and which words and letters are needed in order to write the specific language.
In addition to languages, Braille can also be used to transcribe music. Are you surprised? I was. After I finish my current transcription course, I would love to go on and learn to transcribe music. Music has been a big part of my life, from my childhood on. I had piano lessons every week from the time I was very young, and now I am blessed to play the piano for my church. I hope to add music transcription to my business in the future.
Braille is also used to transcribe math and science. Math and I have never been great friends, but it is important to learn. The code used to transcribe math is called Nemeth. There is a code specifically for chemistry as well.
What language would you like to read in Braille?
I'm the owner of Family First Braille, the author of this blog, and the editor of Family First Braille Magazine.