Trick-or-treating

Here is the first section of the Wikipedia entry for Trick-or-treating, transcribed in Anniversary.  I was consciously trying to fit everything on one  page, so the outlines are sometimes a bit close together. Enjoy! Attachment: trick-or-treating.pdf

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indissociable

Hello, I’m not sure if this is a word in English too, but I can’t figure out how to write indissociable according to DJS theory (I’d be interested in how other series write it too). I know that dis- is just D-S, so indiss- would probably be ind-blend+S, but then there’s an O right after it,…

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Introduction and Shorthand Dictionaries

Hello Everyone, My name is Alycia.  I am new to the site.  I have to say I am quite impressed with how well it is laid out, the quality of the posts, as well as the informative feedback. I learned Gregg Shorthand back in the mid-1980s.  I had no idea that there were multiple versions…

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Using English definite articles in French

I’ve been dabbling in English Gregg (or rather simply trying to read texts) and now that I identify letters more quickly than before and without confusing them as much as in the past, I find English DJS to be quite legible, apart for the occasional short forms or unusual diphtongs that are not used in…

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Daylight Savings Time

Most of us return to Standard Time next weekend, so I’ve transcribed the first few paragraphs of the Wikipedia page on Daylight Savings Time into Anniversary to give everyone a little reading practice. Enjoy! Attachment: daylight-savings-time.pdf

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Absolutely

Hello, I’d like to know which S is used to write absolutely in Anniversary. I came across absolument in French DJS and was surprised to find out that the S was just marked by making the end of the O-shape slightly lower than its beginning, as in “juste” but upside-down. Soleil is written with right…

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