Paragraph 70. This emphasizes the difference in the direction of the circle on such pairs as 'day' 'dare'. Don't worry about how you will be able to tell the difference. You need not worry about that, it will take care of itself as you go along.
If you aren't reading as fast as you would like, that's fine. Just read as fast as you can. If you hesitate more then a few seconds, refer to the transcript. If you have too much trouble, read often this week, using the transcript as needed. One idea is if you hesitate in the middle of a sentence, refer to the transcript, start the sentence over. Then when you can read the Reading Exercise you should be able to read without the transcript.
The suggestion to start over with the sentence is so the outline is read in context and you may see how you can read outlines easier in the future. Plus you may not remember the transcript as easy and it's a bit of a test.
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922