Hi! Good evening here (yes it's over than midnigth actually in France...) I'm new on the forum and I have to ask you something. I am a french author, fantasy, scyfy, etc, and I am actually in the middle of translating in english (thank you Capitain Obvious) one of my novel. I've search on the web if someone have a answer to my question, but I didn't find a real yes or no answer so, I've decided to ask here as you have already (iwhtout knowing it) help me before. So! Could I use the terms 'er' or 'erm' in a middle of a setence when my character is hesitating? Like this setence from this book : “I’m sorry, could you repeat, I’ve not understood you request,” Tara said. “Sorry, Tara. Erm… Could you find me something really specific on your databases?” The italic is for an AI, and the setence next is from a real person. This is the first time I am facing that kind of "problem" if it is one, so I need to ask around. Thank you for any kind of response!