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Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,What is shorthand? Shorthand is an efficient transcribing method that transfers audible content to written symbols. Shorthand skills have long been crucial to professional occupations, especially in the legal and medical fields where speed and accuracy are paramount.Why do I need to learn shorthand? Learning shorthand helps develop administration and office skills by speeding up transcription, improving accuracy and aiding listening skills.Even with technological advancements, shorthand remains a useful transferable skill in many traditional professions. A valuable time-saver, shorthand courses are essential for those in office-based roles where recording and note-taking are important.Shorthand is an abbreviated symbolic writing method that increases speed and brevity of writing as compared to longhand, a more common method of writing a language. The process of writing in shorthand is called stenography, from the Greek stenos (narrow) and graphein (to write). It has also been called brachygraphy, from Greek brachys (short), and tachygraphy, from Greek tachys (swift, speedy), depending on whether compression or speed of writing is the goal.Most traditional shorthand systems use a phonetic representation of a word as opposed to the way it is spelled. English spelling has 50 speech sounds and 26 letters to represent them.Here are the issues you will face learning symbol-based shorthand. First, all shorthand systems based on assigning a unique outline to a specific word and require a very considerable time to memorize tens of thousands of outlines. Second, a large number of shorthand outlines demands constant practice on a daily basis to remember all memorized symbols including the ones you haven’t used but you might use them in the future. Third, depending on the form and thickness of symbols it might translate to different meaning and transcription often represents a problem. Fourth, symbol-based shorthand systems cannot be used with a computer.To make up for the missing symbols, several letters are often combined to represent a sound. This wouldn’t be so difficult if a consistency could be established. For instance, the “sh” sound can be spelled in many different ways: facial, sure, she, pension, issue, commission, station.The vowel letters can be spelled in various ways. The “oo” sound has many different spellings: dune, juicy, clue, troupe, fruit, through, maneuver, wooed, troops, ooze, new, rheumatism, prove, cruise, toe, two, spoon, to. If all English words are counted, there are 28 different spellings for each sound, or over 1,100 ways to spell 40 sounds.The steno-based system consists of three basic components: a computer-compatible stenographic machine, a laptop, and the software needed to transcribe the stenographic input of speech and display it as text. A 24-key machine is used to encode spoken words into a computer where it is converted into English text and displayed on a computer screen or television monitor in real time. Generally, the text is produced verbatim.
Straight downstrokes; second-place dot vowels
Curved strokes; second-place dash vowels
Horizontal strokes; upward strokes
First-place vowels
Third-place Vowels
S Circle; downward L
Stroke R
Diphthongs, triphones, and Diaphones
Consonant H
ST, STR, SES, SWAY
Halving
R hook
N hook
WH, abbreviated W, WL, WHL and medial W
L hook
F/V hook
SHUN hook; upward SH
SHUN hook; upward SH
Doubling
Prefixes, suffixes and word endings
The Teeline Alphabet from A to M.
The Teeline Alphabet from N to Z.
Join letters T, D and F, punctuation marks, short sentences.
Joining S, word endings, soft C.
Downward and upward short L, special use of L, joining the letter B to letters G and N, joining the letter J with B, C and K, outlines with R followed by M.
More common word outlines, writing outlines for words beginning WH, grouping words together to form one outline, transcribing a short passage from dictation.
The use of vowels, more vocabulary using vowels.
Outlines to represent double vowels, vowel indicators for word endings, simple word groupings.
Blend letters, lengthening L, M and W to add R, extending the use of R, writing further special outlines.
Words ending with –TION, more blends, common word groupings.
Words using the CM, CN and CNV blends, outlines for words ending –NCE, additional special outlines.
Shortened outlines for word beginnings, more special outlines and word groupings.
Using full vowels to form word endings, abbreviations for different word endings, Teeline outlines for figures and dates, days of the week and months of the year.
Further vocabulary, more simple and common words, additional word groupings, consolidation.
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Head Office :
Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza (Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949
Professional Shorthand Stenographer Course in Jhelum Gujranwala.