Monthly Archive: August 2015

Aug 31

Medical Monday: Medical Terminology Introduction Lesson (Prefixes, Root Words, Suffixes)

Aug 31

Rules Of Grammar: What Are Heteronyms?

Heteronyms are words that are spelled the same, but have different pronunciations and meanings. Some examples of heteronyms are: number, lead, read, affect, close, bass, dove, does, desert, produce, invalid, present, sewer, wound, wind, row, refuse.

Aug 28

Friday Phrases

nine to five= NAOIFNT under the influence of drugs= NUFLD under the influence of narcotics= NUFNL under the influence of alcohol= NUFK under the influence= NUFL medical department= MRPT law department= LAUPT left elbow= L*EBL right elbow= R*EBL

Aug 27

The Importance Of Court Reporting & Captioning

Spotlight on Court Reporting and Captioning Video by ForestAmin

Aug 26

Steno Gadgets & Accessories: Wrist Exerciser

My husband wants to get this contraption for me. However, I already have a wrist exercise regimen as part of my workout that I do with free weights. He’s insisting on it though…It looks very terminator to me. Lol. If I actually do get one, I’ll do a review on it.

Aug 25

A Quick Peek Into The Day Of A Captioner

Aug 25

Stenspiration™

“We must have perseverance and, above all, confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing…must be attained.” -Marie Curie Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Aug 24

Medical Monday: Asepsis

Asepsis is defined as follows: “(1) Absence of or freedom from putrefactive infection. (2) The prevention of septic infection by the use of sterilized instruments, dressings, etc.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: asepsis= A/SEPZ OPTION #2: asepsis= A/S*EPZ OPTION #3: asepsis= A/SEP/S*IS

Aug 24

Steno Fun Fact: How Many Words Are In The English Dictionary?

The unabridged Webster’s dictionary has a reported 470,000 enteries. However, Dictionary.com states: “There are about a million English words, maybe more. It is hard to see how even a conservative estimate of English vocabulary could go much below a million words. If you allow all of scientific nomenclature, this could easily double the figure. For …

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Aug 21

Federal Judiciary Career: Court Reporter

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