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Receiving a Message When you receive a message, first repeat the message to the sender;  then  identify  yourself;  and  last,  acknowledge  the  message: “Range to anchorage too thousand yards. Foc’sle, aye,” Repeating a Message When you receive a message that is not clear to you, ask the sender to repeat the message by using the words, “Say again.” For example, the bridge wants the foc’sle to make the anchor ready for letting go.    The bridge talker says, “Foc’sle – Bridge. Make the anchor ready for letting go.” The  foc’slc  talker,  who  does  not  understand  the  message, should then say,  “Bridge-  Foc’sle.  Say  again.” The bridge then repeats the message. The  foc’sle  acknowledges  by  saying,  “Make  the  anchor  ready for  letting  go.  Foc’sle,  aye.” Q12. What do you do if a message is not clear to you? Spelling Spell difficult words, using the phonetic alphabet preceded by the prowords (procedural words) “I spell.” Pronounce the word before and after spelling it, for example: “Enterprise.    I  spell:  ECHO  NOVEMBER  TANGO  ECHO ROMEO   PAPA   ROMEO   INDIA   SIERRA   ECHO. Enterprise.” Q13. What prowords are used before you phonetically spell a word? 2-5

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