If you find yourself writing these during dictation (copying should not be a problem), don't worry, just write them. If you choose to follow the "rules" in Anniversary, you can correct your outlines. Its a good idea to correct so you are consistent with prior writing examples and future reading of Anniversary books (many available free online). You will want to learn these eventually (if it takes you longer on this lesson or future lessons, please do so). This will help with any similar outlines when you transcribe or just read your notes.
Joined prefixes and suffixes Read though this list in sections. per, pro, pur as one section ble as one section 'ment' as one section. Then read the entire section in it's entirity. And so on down the lists in the various paragraphs.
Writing Practice This unit has a writing practice. Writing shorthand from longhand. If you aren't sure about an outline place a question in the homework thread for this unit.
These are here so you can copy and paste into a document to print out. This way you don't have to keep writing the longhand version. If you want.
problem success probably except stop accord person personal regret regular confident confidence correspond correspondence excel excellent excellence organize organization perfect proof satisfy satisfactory bed bad cover serious direct
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922
Paragraph 126: Note that "presume" is written without the 'e' after the 'pr' and 'resume' also does not include the 'e' after the 'r'. Sometimes when a minor or unaccented vowel may be omitted, for the convenience of writing. Vowels are normally written in 'pri-' and 'pre-' word beginnings, except in presume.
Please notice that in the word 'fume' the dipthong is used, however, if the word ending '-sume', a similar sound, it is not. Sometimes this is done with the dipthong 'u' sounds. In Unit 13 you learned about these dipthongs.