for example the word â€śweekendâ€? is commonly used by Italians, and usually pronounced similarly to English. However the success criteria do not prescribe that it is correctly marked up (apparently).
When words have become part of the surrounding language in this way, it is not necessary to indicate a language change.
We have added the following to the Intent section of SC 3.1.2 to clarify that such uses often do not need to be marked up:
Frequently, when the natural language of text appears to be changing for a single word, that word has become part of the language of the surrounding text. Because this is so common in some languages, single words are not included in this success criterion.