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Both sides V
Special thanks to Joe Wasson for funding this lesson.
This lesson covers how you write the initial and final V on the steno machine.
Left side V
Left side V is given by the outline
Right side V
Right side V is given by the outline
*F, but if there is no conflict with a word ending in an "F" sound, the asterisk can be dropped. Most of the common words we deal with will not have the asterisk.
WA*EUF: waif (in this case, the rule is reversed because waif is a very uncommon word)
|OFPB||often||Contrast with "oven"|
Write the English sentence represented by these outlines, including punctuation.
I'm going to put writing raw steno on hold, I have a project that will automate a lot of the lesson display and so it's more important for me to write up sentences than to transcribe them into lessons for the time being.
2. Find Outlines
Find steno outlines that will write these English sentences, including punctuation.
- Have you ever wanted to travel the world?
- I very much want to be on TV tomorrow when I am at the fair.
- Everybody, shut up!
- I vow to love you forever.
- Of course I am their son, have you met my dad?
- The choice is obvious: cut the cord.
- It is hard to talk out loud when you do not have vowels.
- Obviously I am not in town very often or else you would have met me before.
- There, there now, everyone will forget about this before you know it.
- The facts should be obvious, they are easy to prove.
- Am I in heaven?
- Pave the way for a new way to save lives.
- Have you been there very often since everyone left?
- I live with my parents.
- I covet your oven. I want to have it and when I do and will warm my rat with it.