Monthly Archive: June 2015

Jun 19

Friday Phrases

you know what I’m saying= YOUMGS before or after this= BOFRTS before and after this= BAFRTS time of= TAOIFM time of the= TAOIFMT time of this= TAOIFMTS able to say= AIBLTS

Jun 18

Theory Thursday: Practice Dictation (60 WPM)

Here are some briefs from the video: minimum= MIM number- NUB envelopes= NFL eight= AEGT did you= SDU notice= N-TS success= S-K succeed= S-KD getting= GEGT in the= N-T successful= SK-FL entry= SBRI she is= SHES in our= NOUR because= BAUS puzzle= PULZ piece= PAOES it is= T-S your are= UR building= BL-G referring= REFRG …

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Jun 17

Stenspiration™

“I realized that when I compared myself to others I lost who I was. It seemed my vitality faded the more I focused on how others were…what they did and thought. I began tempering my uniqueness and homogenizing my sparks.” -Jewel Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Jun 16

Random Briefs

subway= SBAI subway station= SBAIGS architect= AERKT architects= AERKTS architecture= AERK architectural= AERBLG or AERBLGT inadequate= DWAT inadequate= DWALT inadequacy= DWATS

Jun 16

Rules Of Grammar: Commonly Misspelled Words Starting With “Ra” and “Rh”

Here are some words starting with “ra” and “rh” that are commonly misspelled: rabble raconteur racquet rapport rapprochement raspberry ravenous rhapsody rhetorical rheumatic rheumatism rhinoceros rhododendron rhyme rhythm

Jun 15

Medical Monday: Percodan

Percodan is a medication that is used to alleviate moderate to severe pain. It is made out of a combination of aspirin and oxycodone. Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: Percodan= PER/KOE/DA*N OPTION #2: Percodan= PERK/O*E/DA*N OPTION #3: Percodan= PERK/KO*E/DA*N

Jun 12

Friday Phrases: Jury Phrases

Court and jury= KORJ the Court and jury= TKORJ Court instructs the jury= K-J instruct the jury= STRUJ instructed the jury= STRUJD instructs the jury= STRUJS grand jury= GR-J grand jury’s= GR-JZ federal grand jury= FR-J hung jury= HURJ gentlemen of the jury= JEJ member of the jury= MEJ members of the jury= MEJS ladies …

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Jun 11

Theory Thursday: Dione Gardner’s Tips For Court Reporting Students

Jun 11

Rules Of Grammar: Therefore vs. Therefor

Therefore is defined as, “For that reason; consequently.” Therefor is defined as, “For or in exchange for that or this.” Here are a few examples of usage: “He was injured and therefore unable to play. I think; therefore I am. Payment was received two weeks after it was due; therefore, he was charged a late …

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Jun 11

Stenspiration™

“We all so often need permission to get on with what’s important in our lives. But I do believe that if we take the time to look, deep down inside ourselves, we already know what we can do and what we do well. The key may be in recognizing those abilities because they may not …

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