2017-10-09 08:12:38 UTC
In a recent post, I'm saying sentences to the effect of:
(In my vi-speak, this is how I interpret it...)
Where I am concocting the word "vi-speak".
How does one better highlight the fact that the concoction is a concoction
than by using the hyphen? Would you prefer quotes, as in...
(In my "vi speak", this is how I interpret it...)
I'm not asking how to clarify the sentence since it can be rewritten as:
(The way I interpret vi is as follows ... )
I'm just asking if I use "vi" and "speak" together, how would you punctuate
it to make it clear that it's a concoction?