Beginning with this Assignment, there will be a Drill on previous assignments at the beginning. Read though this at least twice (if you reread the entire assignment from beginning to end, read it twice each time).
Par 21. These contain new alphabetic characters. Just learn them.
Note for words 'time'-- 'but'-- 'is' --'there'-- 'and' Time is written upward But is written downard. Is is written from top to botton There is written from the bottom line up to almost the center of the space And is written from the bottom line up to almost the top of the line.
You will notice there isn't any new "rules" or "theory". That is what this lesson is about.
You will learn new phrases and brief forms, though.
Read though the reading material until you can do so without the transcript, however, use the transcript as needed when you first read through it. If you feel that you only check the transcript a few times and are satisfied with that, that is fine. It's also fine if you double check your guess at the outline and are correct.
On Pages 309 and 310 of the text will be found a cummulative review of the brief forms in the order in which they are presented in the text, beginning with Par 21 and going through Par 138. Read through as much as this review as you have covered at least once a day, every day. You could even read it through before beginning and after the class.
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922