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This lesson covers how you write the vowel sound in "ill" and "his".
The letter I is missing from the base layout, and is instead made with the chord
This is the lax version of "i", as found in:
|HEU||hi||Spelling instead of phonetics|
|HEUS||his||Spelling instead of phonetics|
|PWEU||by||Spelling instead of phonetics|
Write the English sentence represented by these outlines, including punctuation.
EU THEU UR PREUT TP-PL
HEU WORLD TP-PL
WEU PA*T TKO U THEU S OBG H-F
EU WREU PW AUL SORTS -F KRUD TP-PL
HEUS SKEFP -F HER SHUR S PREUT TP-PL
EU HR -B PWEU -T SHOP TP-PL
HREUL PWART PREUT WEL AULS PWUGS US WEU WE HREUF W TP-PL
-T KAT HR HEUSZ AT -T TKOGS AZ THE WAUBG PWEU TP-PL
-T SHRO*T S PREUT AF HER PWA*T TP-PL SHE HAZ HRES WRA*T TP-PL
SHE HR WREU PW WHA HREUL SHE HAZ HREUFD TP-PL
H*EUS translate to "hiss". We can't use the phonetic
HEUS because it's taken up by "his".
2. Find Outlines
Find steno outlines that will write these English sentences, including punctuation.
- What do you think you are all about?
- Which tower fell after the war?
- You're sure that she would think to do that?
- I will be okay after all.
- Hi, I will be with you after this.
- Set it up by the water.
- Little Bart is a big turd.
- That cat is sour and will hiss at us.
- It is still lovely to live with you after all this tough stuff.
- I love you.