Hi again, everybody:
I am most of the way through learning Simplified.  I have come across an ambiguity.  Maybe I have just not come to the subject in the book yet.
How would you write a word ending with “-ings”.  If you connected the “s” to the outline before adding the dot, it would appear like “-sing”.  Would you add a disjointed “s”, or put the dot above the “s”, or write it as the “ng” downward slant with an “s” at the end?
Thanks for all replies.

(by eromlignod for everyone)

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  1. -ings is written with a disconnected left s instead of the dot (so you don't write the dot). It is described in Paragraph 432 of the second edition of the simplified manual (paragraph 416 if you're using the functional method book).

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