Post by supernib44 on Feb 11, 2015 21:26:45 GMT -5
Great! I can read them just fine! I think we are at about the same level, but you probably are a little ahead of me now. No I cannot knit, not even when it isn't dark . Please keep posting more shorthand examples like these! I have found that the textbook does not have enough reading practice for each unit for me and these posts help me practice my reading. I still read it slow, as if I was a five year old just learning how to read, but your writing makes sense to me. Are the "a" circles on words like "lay" in the last line supposed to be open or closed? I mean, should they touch the "l"?
aliensunset, Good idea to stick with what you know. I thought you wanted to know, so I found it. Doing great, by the way. And yes, take it slow. I went through fast and had to go through another time (and this was after learning a later version).
supernib44, it depends which version you're version of Anniversary you're doing. This post, Writing Practice, will help you with starting when you need to. Don't be afraid to write shorthand. And you don't have to post your shorthand notes if you don't want to. However, it does help others and you can get feedback if you want (if you don't want any feedback, just say so).
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922