This article transcribed by yours truly in Anniversary Gregg explains why light is so important for life. Attachment: the-miracle-of-light.pdf
What do you know about this beautiful bird? Read this article by the great American artist and naturalist John James Audubon and transcribed by me in Simplified Gregg for the blog to find out. Attachment: the-baltimore-oriole.pdf
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I’m going to make this a post because I’m pretty sure I’ll be back with more questions. When you write an outline that includes an H dot, do you make the dot first or you make the rest of the outline first and then add the dot, like dotting an “i” in cursive?
Hello, as Carlos seems to be still interested, I propose this text made of simple words. Sounds like a true story… Alas, a bit lengthy…
Here is a story in Anniversary Gregg, for the blog, with longhand transcription on the left side of the page. I hope you enjoy it. Attachment: The Gift of the Magi – Anniversary.pdf
Hi everyone, It’s been several months (years? I’ve lost track) since I last posted here. I haven’t done any Gregg since then apart from a few scribblings when I was bored, so my penmanship, which wasn’t great in the first place, is now rusty, and dabbling in several series has made me mix various principles…
How did the American Revolution start? What happened afterwards? This article transcribed by me for the blog in Centennial Gregg discusses some of these events. Attachment: war-begins.pdf
Daniel Webster delivered a speech in Boston on August 2, 1826 as a celebration of the lives of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, who had both died on July 4, 1826, 50 years after the Declaration of Independence was signed. The complete speech can be found in his book Daniel Webster for Young Americans: The…
This article discusses some of the events that were instrumental in leading to the American Revolutionary War, here transcribed in Simplified Gregg by yours truly. Attachment: some-events-leading-to-the-american-revolution.pdf