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Nov 01

Practice Video: Q & A (120, 140 and 160)

Below is the same dictation at various speeds for speed building:
120

140

160

Here are some briefs from the video:
would you please= WOUP
buisness address= BAES
subpoena= SPAOEN
any further=NIFRT
transcript= TRIPT
do you have= DOUF
have you ever been= VUFRB
litigation= LIGS
let me ask you= SKLOU
let me ask you this= SKLOUTS
website= WAOIBT
download= DLOAD or DOUNL
full time= FOIM
high school= HAOL
motorcycle= MOIK
part time= POIM

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  1. Virginia T. Kempson

    Elsie:

    This is Virginia. I writing you on regards of the let me ask you. I quite don’t imderstamd the sklou, but i write it lem skou. I guess to save a stroke (one stroke)=sklou.

    I’m all for saving a stroke. I guess I have to do sklou repititously, to get used to it.

    Thanks for the phrases!

  2. Virginia T. Kempson

    Elsie:

    This is Virginia. I writing you on regards of the let me ask you. I quite don’t imderstamd the sklou, but i write it lem skou. I guess to save a stroke (one stroke)=sklou.

    I’m all for saving a stroke. I guess I have to do sklou repititously, to get used to it.

    Thanks for the phrases! & video’s…

    1. Elsie

      Lol…Yes. It takes some getting use to. I don’t use it every time, only in a crunch. Lol.
      I do, “ask you,” in one stroke as “SKU.” Therefore, I just add the “LO” for “let me ask you,” and write that phrase as “SKLOU.”
      It (SKLOU) looks like “skip to my Lou” to me.” So that’s how I remember it (Let me ask you= skip to my Lou.) Lol.

  3. Virginia T. Kempson

    Hi Elsie, 12-26-12

    Here’s some phrases for U: let the record show=HROEFRS, let the record further show=HROEFRS, let the record reflect=HRERBGT, let the record further reflect=HREFRBGT, let the record indicate-HRAEURBGT, let the record further indicate=HRAEUFRBGT.

    1. Elsie

      Thanks! I haven’t practiced these phrases too much yet. This is a great idea! Thanks, Virginia!

  4. Virginia T. Kempson

    Great feedback, skip to my lou,LOL 12-26-12

    1. Virginia T. Kempson

      Elsie,
      I’ve been practicing for 6 hours going to take a break.

      1. Elsie

        That’s great!! Keep up the hard work!! Enjoy your break. A balance of breaks is just as important as the practice! :)

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