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Both sides CH and TH
Special thanks to Scott Pierce for funding this lesson.
Left side CH
Since there is no C key on the layout, we substitute
K and use
KH for initial CH.
Right side CH
Words ending with the "tch" or "ch" sound are made on the right hand with
-FP. It's also used if there is a homophone where the only differentiator is spelling.
TEFP: tech (spelling). You can also use
Left side TH
You've already learned initial TH in previous lessons as it's just
Right side TH
The first use of the asterisk for us is with final "th". Adding an asterisk to a chord with a
-T in it will make a "th" sound.
*T is the "th" sound.
Write the English sentence represented by these outlines, including punctuation.
U SHO AULS DO THA PW-FR AEU PWA*T TP-PL
-T KAT K SKP HR SKRAFP U TP-PL
SUFP S HROF TP-PL
T S AEU STREFP PWUT SHE K TKO T TP-PL
WE HR TKO TH AUL TOGT TP-PL
HR-GT WE H HROTS -F STUF TO TKO TP-PL
KHAT W HER TP-PL
S T WO*RT T TO HREF HR-R H-F
-T SHRO*T HAS AEU HROT -F WRA*T TP-PL
U R AULZ HR-BG TP-PL
Remember that if you can't figure out an outline, you can look it up in the theory dictionary.
2. Find Outlines
Find steno outlines that will write these English sentences, including punctuation.
- You crawl and crouch before you walk.
- This patch will be stretched.
- Etch a sketch.
- Earth is lovely. We will always love it.
- Will you catch the ball before it drops?
- Check the charts, okay?