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Just wondering if anyone could explain the purpose behind the IPO rule of only being allowed to use 1 language in a trial.

I get not being able to use two different words for the same behavior hier/come. But why the rule that I can't use Platz and Come? What is the purpose of this rule?

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Curious!

Also post it to the IPO group on fb..

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Yeah I will.

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Just wondering if anyone could explain the purpose behind the IPO rule of only being allowed to use 1 language in a trial.

I get not being able to use two different words for the same behavior hier/come. But why the rule that I can't use Platz and Come? What is the purpose of this rule?
The rule book say's the language must be the same for the exercise in all three phases. Platz has to be platz in all 3, come has to be come in all three, but you don't have to stick to the one language for everything. Its on page 21, but I can't get it to copy and paste from a pdf for some reason.

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Really? Let me see if I can find it.

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Phoster, FEMA USAR(Labrador)
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Well. There you have it. You are right. Everyone I have ever talked to has not read it that way. Just that you must you the same language.

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I never really thought about it having a purpose, Its not something I ever really see. It seems like most people have formal commands and casual commands and stick to one language in the formal. I've seen one person get the language thing mentioned in a critique, but no points we're taken.

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This is what it says in my rule book.. page 14??

COMMANDS -*

Commands permitted are shown in the trial rules.Voice commands in all
phases are to be given clearly and audibly. Handlers may use their choice
of language but all commands must be consistent in the same language
for the same exercise in all phases of the trial. Commands should be in
most cases a single word command – an exception to this, for example,
is the call out; “heir-*‐fuss” is used together.

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This is what it says in my rule book.. page 14??

COMMANDS -*

Commands permitted are shown in the trial rules.Voice commands in all
phases are to be given clearly and audibly. Handlers may use their choice
of language but all commands must be consistent in the same language
for the same exercise in all phases of the trial. Commands should be in
most cases a single word command – an exception to this, for example,
is the call out; “heir-*‐fuss” is used together.
Yeah, same wording but different page on my pdf copy. Same language for the same exercise. Do you read it differently then I am?

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This is what it says in my rule book.. page 14??

COMMANDS -*

Commands permitted are shown in the trial rules.Voice commands in all
phases are to be given clearly and audibly. Handlers may use their choice
of language but all commands must be consistent in the same language
for the same exercise in all phases of the trial. Commands should be in
most cases a single word command – an exception to this, for example,
is the call out; “heir-*‐fuss” is used together.

Be consistent in the same language FOR THE SAME EXCERSISE in all phases. So you can't switch up languages for the same command. But if I use "down" I have to use "down" across the phases. Not flip it with Platz.

That's how I am reading it.

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Eisenhower v.d Polizei "Ike" Wilderness SAR, CGC
B'Lena z. Treuenhanden
Nixon vom Banach, RATN
Phoster, FEMA USAR(Labrador)
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