A capital sign must be placed immediately before the letter to which it applies. Therefore, if an apostrophe comes before a capital letter in print, the apostrophe is brailled before the capital sign. Example:
"’Twas a brilliant ’n’ fair plan," says Dan O’Reilly.
A capital sign is not repeated following an apostrophe in a fully capitalized word. Example:
Practice brailling the following sentences, treating each as a paragraph. Braille the quotation marks and other punctuation in the same sequence as they appear in print.
Try the drill in WESBraille.