ones, and the reading material is different.
Ahead’) and the lessons are briefer.
vowel sounds is also included at the point where the vowels are introduced in
the Manual, and the dashes for ‘z’ and voiced ‘th’ are also present; none of these is used in the Reading
and Writing sections, however. Are these the same differences as between the First
and Second US
(1961/1966). I notice that the dot and dash system is made available to the
learner in the latter part of the book.
peculiarity of the UK
Dictionary (Second Edition, US) Part Three, ‘Frequently Used Gregg Shorthand
Phrases’; I know this material is in the ‘Most-Used’ book, but I like the fact
they are in alphabetical order in the DJS dictionary.
(US or UK)?
Is that the Speed Practice book? I have seen posts on this question before but
can’t find them.
editions, but still prefer Charles Rader’s as I suppose that’s what I’ve got
used to. Also, it is nice (for me) to see British place names, terms and
phrases etc. in Gregg Shorthand; even little things like ‘write to me’ as
opposed to ‘write me’ make me feel somehow more included. The pounds, shillings and pence is strange