Hi Alistair,

Isn't Jeremy's comment exactly addressed by the current version of the 

Reading [2] I find
> 7) Suggest that all literals with natural language text other than in
> the first section on "Labelling Properties" should have a language tag
> (e.g. @en) [This is a big change in terms of number of changes]

There is one tag-less label in the Primer, but it is exactly in our 
first sub-section on Labels



> Hi Antoine, Ed,
> I wanted to resolve ISSUE-41 but then I noticed in section 2.2.1 of the latest SKOS primer editors' draft [1] there is a literal without a language tag.
> Jeremy's original comment [2] (point 7), which was the basis for ISSUE-41, was that all examples should have language tags. 
> I see from your text, however, that you introduce language tags after giving the first example, as part of your explanation.
> So there are two options:
>  (a) Leave the primer like it is, and respond to Jeremy's comment with the caveat that one example will remain without language tags.
>  (b) Modify the SKOS primer such that all examples use lang tags.
> As you are editor's of SKOS primer I'm happy to follow your recommendation. How should I proceed?
> Thanks,
> Alistair.
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