Anniversary Manual Table of Contents TOC *FOR THEORY*

Gregg Shorthand Anniversary Manual
Table Of Contents for Theory
Collected by Steven Bhardwaj 2015-12-20

*SEE NOTES AT END OF TOC*

Ch.Unit
Page
1.01
K G R L N M T D H Th A E
Basic Punctuation,
Writing Motion, Circle Joining
1
1.02
(Orientation of) Circles
Between Strokes
Kr Gl Gr Kl Rk Lk Th
7
1.03
Blended consonants,
General phrasing principles
12
2.04
P B F V Ch J Sh S
Pr Pl Br Bl Fr Fl
18
2.05
Signs for S
23
2.06
X
-sion -tion
Past Tense (-ed)
29
3.07
O-Hook (oʊ)
34
3.08
Method of Expressing R
S following a
Left-Motion Circle (via a loop)
39
3.09
th-,
con-/com-/coun-/cog-
-ly
-ily/-ally (via
small/large loop respectively)
Phrasing Principles: to,
as… as, being able
42
4.10
OO-Hook (u), Rule for
us- and -us-
48
4.11
W (via U; via disjoined
dash)
A Before W or H (dot
before word)
52
4.12
Method of Expressing Y-
(initial dipthong, small circle, small/large loop)
-ng -nk, -ings, -ingly
en- in- un- em- im-,
ex-, including negatives ~unknown
56
5.13
Dipthongs: ɪu ~fume, aʊ
~now, ɔɪ ~oil, aɪ ~die
aɪ + -ly as in lightly,
kindly
61
5.14
Other Vowel Combos
(phonetic “hiatus”):
oʊi ~snowy, oʊɨ ~poet, ioʊ ~radio, aɪə
~science
jʌ with i vs e: ~area, ~aria
65
5.15
Omission of Short U and
OW (ʌ, aʊ) before N, M
Omission of Short U (ʌ)
before Sh, Ch, J
Joined Prefixes and
Suffixes: per/pro/pur, -ble, -ple, -ment
Compound Joined Prefixes
68
6.16
Blended Consonants: -nt/-nd,
-mt/-md, -ld
Days and Months
73
6.17
“jent/pent,
def/tive” Blends
77
6.18
Frequent
Word-Beginnings: be-, de-, re-, dis-, mis-
Phrasing Principles:
pronoun + had, X was not
80
7.19
“ten/den,
tem/dem” Blends
Phrasing Principles
(utilizing blending)
pronoun + “do not”: DN blend
84
7.20
Method of Expressing R
(with circle vowels)
R Omitted
The Syllable
“ther”: ~either, ~other
88
7.21
for-/fore-/fur-
-ful/-ify, -self,
-selves, -age, -ture
Phrasing Principles:
ago, early, few, him, hope, sorry, want, sure, possible
93
8.22
Omission of Final T
97
8.23
Omission of D:
Final D, Before M or V
Disjoin past-tense -ed with omitted
t/d in primitive
ul-, al-, sub-
-less
100
8.24
Phrasing Principles:
Words Omitted
104
9.25
The Abbreviating
Principle
Short Words: shortlist
where forms stop w/dipthong or strongly accented vowel
Long Words -> 3
classes:
1. Based on longhand abbreviation
2. Write thru accented syllable if
distinctive
3. (see next unit)
108
9.26
3. Write through the consonant
following the
accented syllable if (2) not
distinctive
Omission of vowel in
compound endings with -tion, -sion:­
-tition, -tation, -dition, -dation, -nition, -nation, -mission,
-mation
113
9.27
Compound Words (from
joining brief forms)
Figures, etc. (Numerals)
Signs for units of
measure, after “a, per, few” etc.
“cents”,
percent
116
10.28
Analogical
Word-Beginnings – Disjoined
Derivatives of words
ending in -ct, ~contracted
Analogical
Word-Beginnings – Compounds
121
10.29
Analogical
Word-Beginnings – Disjoined cont’d
Analogical
Word-Beginnings – Compounds cont’d
125
10.30
Phrasing Principles:
misunderstood,
understand etc,
Prefixal diacritics:
extra, enter, over, under, short, center, counter, agree, grand
(helping verb) + done
~”should be done”
(comparison) + than ~”rather
than”
“us” with S,
“department” with D
Omitting word when
grammar compels restoration
129
11.31
Analogical Word-Endings –
Joined
134
11.32
Analogical Word-Endings –
Disjoined
137
11.33
Initials (in names etc)
Intersection (writing
one character through another)
141
12.34
States and Territories
146
12.35
Name Terminations:
-burg, -ville, -field, -port etc.
City + State names
sometimes joined
“State of”
Joined
Canadian Provinces and
Cities
151
12.36
A Short Vocabulary
(special forms)
155

*Notes*
Making this list was an incredibly useful exercise for my
    study process!  😀
I left out lists of brief forms for common words,
    common phrases, common business forms, etc which are
    present in most chapters. The TOC is focused on locating
    the presentation of theory principles, rather than on
    presenting a complete faithful partitioning of the
    material.
I often followed the names of sections as written in the
    manual, but I also often added to them, or reworded them
    for clarity.
I added IPA pronunciations for vowels.

10 comments Add yours
    1. Haha belated response – happy new year! Yes, that reformatting was great, Carlos – thanks much! It was easier for me to write it up in the .txt format but I agree the table format looks better for web display!

      Cheers
      Steven

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