Simplified Pitman Phonography; A Concise Yet Comprehensive Instructor of Shorthand

Simplified Pitman Phonography; A Concise Yet Comprehensive Instructor of Shorthand

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...who made haste to carry it to whom it was addressed. 7. The entire matter was discussed in anger, which we sadly deplored. 8. We do not care whether you are going or not; the party will enter the city before winter. 9. If there is another lighter in the water use it to carry the goods to headquarters. 10. The debtor cast his lot with the editor, and they were happy ever after. 11. It was felt that the game of polo would not be well played, because the players were new at the sport. 12. He was able to give bail for Ethel Vail without difficulty. 13. The value of the collection to the family was beyond our estimate. 14. The call to the people was quickly responded to, and a large sum of money was collected and applied to the worthy object. 15. Several fine horses were bought and presented to the president of the corporation. 16. A subscriber appeared at the office of the company and stated that he had not received his paper for several weeks. Covering Lessons XII. To XVI. 1. What is the subject of the twelfth lesson? 2. Describe the hook and name the rules for its use. 3. If two vowels precede N what form is used? 4. State how S, Ses, 1st and Ster follow N on straight strokes, and after curves. 5. If a vowel is placed to the left, and another to the right of a shortened stroke having an N hook, state the order of reading. 6. If a straight stem has a final hook is the hook read before or after the added syllable? 7. What is the subject of the thirteenth lesson? 8. State the rules for the use of this expedient, and how'S may follow it. 9. What is the subject of the fourteenth lesson? 10. Describe these expedients and how S may follow them. 11. What is the subject of the fifteenth lesson? 12. Name the initial syllables which are represented by a light...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236605764
  • 9781236605764