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NOT A RIP-OFF. This Free Google Book is exactly what it is supposed to be. Practice drills. Never intended as a textbook. angelfishy.com has Anniversary Edition "textbook" available for free.
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Page 46 - The circle or loop is written with a reverse movement to express R (a) Before or after straight lines, or between two straight lines in the same direction...
Page 59 - Page 61, paragraph 65. When a wordsign ends with the last consonant of the word, the reversing principle may be used to express er after straight lines: Former, firmer, sooner, teacher, recorder, younger, wisher, charger, stranger.
Page 76 - A special meeting was announced for the purpose of discussing the formation of a society for the benefit of the metal workers in the local foundry.
Page 64 - I have been, you have been, we have been, they have been, he (she, it) has been He has been an excellent friend.
Page 63 - The creditor will not relinquish the claim which his first mortgage gives him and therefore we cannot sell the entire stock at auction as the other creditors suggested.
Page 103 - Owing to the dullness in trade it was not thought' seasonable at that time to impose a duty on anything going to that section of the country.
Page 60 - TO placed on the line close to the numeral; billion by b; pounds by p; gallons by g; barrels by br; bushels by bsh; feet by /; francs by fr; cwt by nw; o'clock by o placed over the numeral.
Page 39 - Although the blends ent , end, emt, emd are pronounced as syllables, j ust as i'i is pronounced ish, the vowel preceding the blend is seldom omitted, except at the beginning of a word, as in...