”Almost always” English Gregg…

Hello, in my (unsuccessful) quest of French Gregg ressources online, I found several adresses, most probably known of the members of this blog. Anyway, I post what I found. A list of PDFs, quite easy to take: http://www.survivorlibrary.com/index.php/8-category/125-library-shorthand This one contains also items easy to read: https://archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%27Printed+in+Gregg+Shorthand%27 A list of physical adresses of stenographic librairies:…

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English / French Gregg

Hello! I read Gregg stenography has been adapted to French in Canada to facilitate the switch between French and English. Still Gregg is phonetic… For example, « ocean » is represented by “o-sh” in English Gregg. I don’t know how it is represented in French Gregg. But if the word in French is almost completely…

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