Notice the writing direction of the 'a' in the word 'has' changes depending on the outlines after, even when the word prior is the same. This works because of the way the outlines can be changed in writing directions and still hold the same word.
Even though in Gregg Shorthand you can write anywhere on the line, it's easier if you keep it consistent. The phrases with two disjoined outlines should be written easily within the lines (or imaginary lines if you're using blank paper).
A few of the phrases below that would start on the line with some at the line and the remainder below the line could be "I understand", "I cannot understand", "thoroughly understand".
Here are the ones from Unit 30 in the small brown Anni book to practice (see the book for the rules regarding these if you need to review):