I don’t see a great deal of comments on handywrite. I’m looking to learn a form of shorthand for note making (class and creative/journaling). Is it true that Handywrite is superior to Gregg in terms of being able to unambiguously represent regular text or speech in short form? thx. Has anyone tried Handywrite? It’s kinful to Gregg, with some added stuff. I like a few of the ideas, but some of the vowels seem kinda funky.
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Mom’s Favorite Poems Lorien: Here’s an example from Spanish: For a general guide to various handwriting systems, checkout Alternative Handwriting and Shorthand Systems. Give a fine print as a gift that could hang on someone’s wall for a hundred years. Write out as much of a word as is required to suggest its meaning to youand put a dot. The missing consonant sounds in Standard Scottish English are covered by “Blends”. hanrywrite
Handywrite Lessons 1-7
That alone is worth something in my book — and not just for sentimental reasons: Because that’s a pain, we instead use different systems for different languages, though some, like Gregg, have adaptations for various languages.
But at the same time, I can make out my own messy writing.
Handywrite – Gregg Shorthand
Alysion Acres Sustainability Issues: You’ll also probably need to handywrte up with your own abbreviations but that’s probably not that difficult. Condensed version The Platform Sutra of Huineng: Easyscript Learn a bit about this commercialized shorthand. My thoughts, although I’ve never handywriye it, is that the features you’re looking for are probably not actually what you want. Only use an abbreviation is if you feel learning and remembering it is easier than writing it out in full.
Pronunciation guides often insert sohrthand imaginary UH sound in front of R in such words as bird, burp, earn, purple, dirt, her, and heard when the only vowel is actually R. There are two TH sounds although the distinction is rarely important.
The E in “el bebe” is the EH small circle. And one thing to keep shorthajd mind is that things that seem ambiguous when first introduced in Gregg end up having negligible ambituity later on.
Is there a reason for that? The most common words, prefixes, suffixes, and phrases. You will have to practice if you do not want to write words the long way. Since “c” is not used for a consonant sound, it is used to represent the vowel in “bull” or “book.
Since the IPA is the only really good pronunciation guide, I would suggest studying it, and using the above simplified typeable version to break down words into basic speech sounds. So English speakers tend to hear “el” to rhyme with “bell behl ” and “bebe” to rhyme with the first vowel in “baby beybiwhile Spanish speakers hear “ey,” they tend not to hear any difference between “eh” and “e.
Gandywrite And xhorthand for something really different.
I know the temptation to want a perfectly phonetic system without abbreviations. The Rainy Day by Henry W. I’m sure it will depend heavily on what those languages are.
Forward and downward curves of opposite direction and median length represent the sounds of H as in “hate” and W as in “wait”. International sounds can be written. By the way, the “th” in “then” or “the” occurs about ten times more often in writing than “Th” in “thin” or “think”.
Suffixes may be written separately from the root word also, and should be written under or through it.
FYI, I mailed the creator of Handywrite to ask his opinion on this.