I am amazed and slightly chagrined…. that brief forms and phrasing are introduced so early. I’m just starting Chapter II of the Anni Functional Method.
I am struggling with whether I am looking at a letter of the alphabet or a brief form … and.. also.. whether I am looking at an outline of one word or an outline of a phrase.
I know that all of this will sort itself out… in time.. and with lots of reading…. but I am slightly surprised that more time is not spent on just the alphabet and “one outline = one word” practice before introducing brief forms and…. more particularly…. phrasing.
Just some random thoughts from a rank beginner…..
On the other hand, I am absolutely loving this and continue to be impressed by the genius of the system.
One other item:
I have printed the Anni Brief Forms list from Andrew Owen’s excellent website. Thank you to Andrew for all of the great information/files that he provides !!!
I just tried to print the “Synopsis of Gregg Shorthand” from Andrew’s site and it is not printing properly…. I only get part of the document.. not the whole thing… Any ideas? I know that this Synopsis is in one of my books, but it would be easier to have it in printed form on pages that I can put in my 3-ring binder……
I did a search here but did not see the Synopsis. Is it available elsewhere as a pdf file?