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Shorthand and English Typing Course in Bagh Muzaffarabad

Rs 10,000.00

  • Shorthand and English Typing Course in Bagh Muzaffarabad
  • Shorthand and English Typing Course in Bagh Muzaffarabad
  • Shorthand and English Typing Course in Bagh Muzaffarabad
  • Shorthand and English Typing Course in Bagh Muzaffarabad
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Price : Rs 10,000.00
Date : 12/01/2021
Location :Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza Shamsabad Rawalpindi

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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

Compound Consonants & Omission of Consonants

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.