Someone was asking about getting that little "flare" on the end of some outlines, like the "l". I noticed that the vowel then the letter 'l' will give you an extra on the beginning of the 'l'. Then practice some 'l' and 'r' words and do not make that extra vowel curve.
Here's an exercise you can do (note the 'o' under 'role' is emphasized in the print and can be in the shorthand if you want to use the vowel markings):
Watch that your 'k' doesn't become short to look like a 'w'. Yes, I just did that. Looking at the outline trying to figure it out. Once I realized my 'w' was a little long, I realized it was a 'k'.
If you start the 'k' on the line, you shouldn't have a problem. I started mine above the line. But if you write it long enough your 'kine' won't look like 'wine' no matter where you start (that's one of the benefits of Gregg Shorthand).