Read through the lesson. Pay attention to the "s' in anniversary. If you aren't getting it, you will. And remember, when you write it and can read it, the way you wrote it was fine. But try to learn it as much as you can.
The 'ses' may be a little difficult when you write it next week, but you will find it come easily as you practice.
The outline for 'under' is written above any other outline.
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922
Some things in my Anniversary shorthand book. They were written in pencil many moons ago, so I'll try to "transcribe" the best I can.
Not sure how true these are. They may have been from the teacher's preference or the student's preference or just a suggestion.
1. In writing words beginning S the following constant is placed online of writing as though S is not present. 2. When S is the only consonant in the word, the S is written clockwise. 3. When S and curve are joined, the S is written with the same direction of rotation in the curve. 4. When a circle vowel occurs between S and curve, all are written in the same direction. 5. S is written clockwise before all straight lines and after CH, J, SH