French quotes… again

Hello! I’ve tried to find funny quotes and make a central theme… but it didn’t end well. So few more quotes… again feel free to criticize… I had to forge some forms. 1.et 2. Sydney Smith ; 3. Arthur Schopenhauer (but now I realise that the quote is not complete…) ; 4. Jean l’Anselme ;…

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Few more quotes in French

Hello! As much I would like to do long texts as Carlos do, I have the feeling that the time hasn’t come… So few more quotes from: Ingrid Bergman; “English saying” (well, written in French…); Appeared on a Goya painting. So it should from Goya…  Claude Aveline;  Again Swâmi Prajñânpad I don’t think you will…

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French advices

Hello! A new text in French from Alexandre Dumas fils. Some remarks: I met just once an example of “tutoiement” (in “Études Graduées…”) and it was very far from covering all combinations. So I have to use a little bit of imagination. “tu es” and “tu as” are very common in French so I couldn’t…

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Few quotes in French Gregg

Hello! Due to the dearth of French Gregg ressources, I try to add few ones of my own. For the moment, it’s just a test for I never posted any picture. So, the first is from Nicholas Machiavel, the next three ones are from Swâmi Prajñânpad, a Indian wise man I like a lot and…

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Vocabulary – Sténographie Gregg (Sénécal)

This list of words and phrases appearing in the second edition of Sténographie Gregg by R. J. Sénécal was prepared by one of our members, Aymeric de Poyen. This is a handy reference for those studying French Anniversary Gregg. Mille mercies, Aymeric ! Attachment: Index Sénécal.pdf

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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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French Gregg

I just found a sweet little volume, “Sténographie Gregg”,  1924, by Ernest W. Farmer M.D. (!), published by Gregg but printed in Norwood, Massachusetts.  It came with the “Clef de la Sténographie Gregg”, a single sheet of “errata”, and a form from Marywood College in Scranton, PA listing those who were absent on April 20,…

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Stenographie Gregg Blog!

Hi everyone, I’ve created a blog with texts written in French Gregg (with the keys). Check it out here: (stenographiegregg.wordpress.com). As you can probably see by the questionable penmanship, it’s certainly a work in progress and probably not very useful to anyone right now, but I’m using the blog to personally track my progress. One…

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