I come from a part of the country where people pronounce “wh” words like other “w” words. I only know 2 people who pronounce the “wh” sound. So, I don’t bother to put the dot above the w. I’m just curious if anyone else drops it, and where do you live?
Recently I’ve talked with a few people about the shorthand they studied in school. I’ve been interested in their responses. One woman, in her 50s, studied shorthand in high school and hated it; she thought it strange. Another woman, now in her 80s, studied shorthand and actually trained to teach it; she did her student…
Is there a chart or table somewhere that compares Gregg brief forms across versions? I’m interested in the differences between Simplified and Diamond Jubilee, but it would be interesting to see a master document that covers all versions. I tried a search and didn’t come up with anything.
This notorious short story by British author Saki was written in Centennial Gregg by yours truly. Attachment: the-open-window.pdf
This is an entertaining short story by American author Jesse Hilton Stuart. I wrote it in Anniversary for the blog. Attachment: the-clearing.pdf
This story by Frederick Laing was written in Simplified Gregg by yours truly for the blog. Attachment: name-in-the-sky.pdf
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