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  1. Carlos

    It would be very useful practice if translations were attached.  It woud enable us to transcribe from the text and subsequently check our efforts with the originals. To increase the usefulness, the text should be on a separate page away from the Gregg version to increase the value of the practice.

  2. I wouldn't mind a transcript, too, particularly for the Anniversary offerings (or a link to the original articles).  I can usually puzzle out the Simplified and Centennial ones.

    But one thing that can help with transcribing without a key is to print off these articles, then write out the letters in longhand over the shorthand outlines as you read.  It makes a good study session.  It's easier to see the words magically emerge from the abbreviated letter combinations in the more familiar print, until you get really proficient in seeing in shorthand outlines.

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