By lesson 3, I have so far learned that the shorthand little circle represents Ē, Ĕ, Ĭ and the obscure vowel. Now, the book is telling me to spell each shorthand word aloud if possible, thus: m-e-s, mess and etc. So, when I come across the little circle, what should I be thinking in my head? (I have 4 choices) Or should I just skip reading that letter aloud and look at the consonants surrounding it? Thanks!
– Benjamin –
*Learning from Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified, 2nd Edition
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