Teach Yourself Get Started In Shorthand Pitman 2000

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Is this the right book for me? Gain a working vocabulary in Pitman 2000 in clear & easy stages Shorthand is a valuable asset to everyone young or old in private or business life & Pitman 2000 is a system designed for easy learning with a speed potential to meet the demands of a modern fast-moving world. Get Started in Shorthand Pitman 2000 is a beginner's guide to the basic theory & will give you a working vocabulary in Pitman 2000 in clear & easy stages. Each of the main sections contains a new set of sounds & rules short forms phrases & exercises including audio exercises on an accompanying CD. Review exercises give you the opportunity to consolidate material already covered & a key to the exercises enable you to measure your rate of progress throughout the book. Written to make self-tuition both simple & stimulating & based on original Pitman Publishing material this authoritative book is indispensable to anyone seeking a first or refresher course in Pitman 2000. Get Started in Shorthand Pitman
Includes:: Chapter 1: Basic strokes Consonants Vowels Position of outlines Circle S SES circle The suffix -ING Tick THE Punctuation Chapter 2: Consonants & vowels Seven more consonants Stroke S Past tense of regular verbs The consonant R Unstressed vowels Chapter 3: Halving strokes Halving to add T Halving to add D When not to halve Chapter 4: Common combinations The L hook The final syllables -TL or -DL L hook with circle S Plural -INGS Chapter 5: Third-place vowels Dots Dashes Chapter 6: Complex vowel sounds Dipthongs Triphones SES circle Chapter 7: S & T in combinations The ST loop The -STER loop M & N with a following T or D S & Z Diphones ZH H Chapter 8: The R hook R hook on straight strokes Stress rules Chapter 9: Hook N Final hook N to curved strokes Final N hook to straight strokes Chapter 10: Suffixes & compounds Suffixes Compound consonants Chapter 11: L & R hooks with curves Initial hooks to curved strokes Stress rules with R & L hooks Reverse forms of initially hooked curves Chapter 12: More hooks -SHUN hook F/V hook Chapter 13: Speed strokes Doubling CON- or COM- Chapter 14: Last words Figures Negative words Suffix -SHIP Disjoining Omission of a consonant Vowel insertion.. . Learn effortlessly with a new easy-to-read page design & interactive

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Not got much time? One five & ten-minute introductions to key principles to get you started. Author insights Lots of instant help with common problems & quick tips for success based on the author's many years of experience. Test yourself Tests in the book & online to keep track of your progress. Extend your knowledge Extra online articles to give you a richer understanding of the subject. Five things to remember Quick refreshers to help you remember the key facts. Try this Innovative exercises illustrate what you've learnt & how to use it.
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