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Day's standard shorthand; . of eachphrase, pronouncing the phrase at the time of writ-ing it. Write the signs slowly and carefully at .first,but increasing the movement of the fingers with therepetition of the sign. (a) The phrase and-so-fourth (etc.) is a joined toS, fourth being expressed by F. (b) Carefully note the phrases to-me and to-tny,both being-written upwards with more slant thanthe ordinary up-stroke. (c) In the phrase at once the circle vowel is writ-ten just belowT the line. (d) In a phrase time is generally written with thesyllable Tern. (e) The phrases to-the and to-a are simpl

Day's standard shorthand; . of eachphrase, pronouncing the phrase at the time of writ-ing it. Write the signs slowly and carefully at .first,but increasing the movement of the fingers with therepetition of the sign. (a) The phrase and-so-fourth (etc.) is a joined toS, fourth being expressed by F. (b) Carefully note the phrases to-me and to-tny,both being-written upwards with more slant thanthe ordinary up-stroke. (c) In the phrase at once the circle vowel is writ-ten just belowT the line. (d) In a phrase time is generally written with thesyllable Tern. (e) The phrases to-the and to-a are simpl Stock Photo
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Day's standard shorthand; . of eachphrase, pronouncing the phrase at the time of writ-ing it. Write the signs slowly and carefully at .first,but increasing the movement of the fingers with therepetition of the sign. (a) The phrase and-so-fourth (etc.) is a joined toS, fourth being expressed by F. (b) Carefully note the phrases to-me and to-tny,both being-written upwards with more slant thanthe ordinary up-stroke. (c) In the phrase at once the circle vowel is writ-ten just belowT the line. (d) In a phrase time is generally written with thesyllable Tern. (e) The phrases to-the and to-a are simply thetick for the and a written below the line. 187. TWENTIETH LESSONBUSINESS PHRASE-SIGNS 117 A- acknowledged receipt • able to >.... able to.hvaeand so forthat hand h .. hope to have. 1 J8 DAYS STANDARD SHORTHAND J J c^ to ato theto himto meto mywe believe we take pleasure • -VrT- we trust ?f we trust that • ??0- you can you should 2: y°ur account JL • your attention • your check% • your draft c)Aq- your esteemed favor...n/r.... your esteemed order 9 y°ur favor i— _£C5 uswsi 7^ r- 7 TWENTIETH LESSON U9 ^ =* - *-£-*-£ c^ 7 ^ -—re- writing Exercise.—See Budget of Writing Exer-cises, Twentieth Lesson. Remarks to the Learner.—The act of writing short-hand may be said to consist of forming in the mindpictures — shorthand characters — of the wordsto be written, then tracing them with pen orpencil on the paper. But this tracing must be donequickly and without hesitation in forming the pic-ture in the mind, and as quickly must the fingersmove in tracing the signs, a proficiency you canreadily attain by practice, pers