Location: Attock City
Shorthand Stenotypist Course in Taxila Wah Attock, Shorthand Stenotypist Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad, ICTE Offered Shorthand Stenotypist Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad , Professional Shorthand Stenotypist Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad , Best Qualified Trainer Shorthand Stenotypist Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad , Admission open for boys and girls and queries call ,
INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION Pakistan No.1 IT Training, Technical, Management and Safety Officer Institute, For More Information Visit Our Website Certification acceptable in Government job and Worldwide UK USA KSA UAE Canada Dubai Muscat Oman Bahrain Kuwait Qatar Saudia Japan China, Gregg Shorthand is the most widely used version of shorthand in the world. Since its inception in 1888, millions of professionals from all walks of life in nearly every country have used it. The Gregg system of shorthand is not only considered the most efficient, it's also thought to be the easiest to learn, use and read -- simple, straightforward and elegant in design.
This course addresses the newest version of Gregg Shorthand, which is the Second Edition “Simplified.” You'll find that by learning this system of shorthand your work will become much easier and the knowledge you have obtained will give you valuable access to numerous positions in the business world.Practice, practice and more practice. Shorthand tutors usually recommend around an hour a day spent perfecting outlines and dictation. The more time you give shorthand, the more success you’ll have with it. From personal experience, if you can’t manage an hour a day, it’s better to practice little and often than for hours on end. I sometimes found after an extended time period you tend to question why a word has a certain outline, and get bogged down in unnecessary details. Try practicing for 30 minutes a day to keep the theory fresh in your mind.
Silent LettersS-Z and A, F and VE, N and MT and DO, R, L and HOmission of Minor VowelsThe Left S and ZP and B, K and GSh, Ch and JLong lA, Ä and -ingE, I, Obscure VowelsThe Th SoundBrief FormsPhrasesO, AwThe "Ses" SoundT for to in PhrasesXPrincipals of JoiningSummary Review Questions
2. Useful Shorthand Devises:
Practice ProgramBrief FormsWords Beginning with ExWords Ending with –tion, -cient, -ciency, -tialAmounts and QuantitiesDisjoined Past Tense, -er, -orBrief FormsUsing "Been" in PhrasesAble in PhrasesWord Ending –ly, -ily, -allyOiWords Ending with –ure, -ture, -ual, -tualWord Beginning Re-, Be-, De-, Dis-, Des-, Mis-Brief FormsLong i and a Following a VowelLa, EaJoining of Hooks and VowelsPrincipals of JoiningSummary Review Questions
3. Nine More Strokes, topics:
OO HookWh SoundBrief FormsWord Ending –therW in the Body of a WordAh, Aw and YBrief FormsOmission of Short UThe sounds of Ng and NgkBrief FormsRd and Ld CombinationsPrincipals of JoiningSummary Review
4. Six New Alphabetic Characters topics:
The U SounBrief FormsThe Combination of TedDed, Det and DitMen, Mem, Min Mon, Mun, etc.Nd, Nt, Md and MtOmission of Minor VowelsU Represented by OODays of the WeekMonths of the YearCities and StatesOmission of Ow before NOmission of Ow between N-NOmission of Ow in MounWords Beginning Per, Pur, ProWord Ending –ment, -bleSummary Review
5. Useful Word Beginnings and Endings topics:
Word Ending –ship, –cal, -cie, -self, -selvesWord Beginning After-Jent and JendDef, Dif, Div and DevTive, TifWord Beginning Electr-ElectricWord Beginnings Inter-, Intro-Enter-, Entr-Word Beginnings Short-, Ship-Useful Business PhrasesIs Not, Was Not in PhrasesAge in PhrasesWant in PhrasesWord Ending –ful, –ify, –ification, –gramWord Ending –rity, -lit, -ity, ltySummary Review
6. The Remainder of the Gregg Alphabet topics:
CommasThe letter combinations of –Den, -Ten, -Tain, -Dem, and -TemUseful PhrasesSpecial Business FormsBrief FormsOmission of RThe –Ort CombinationOmission of TDisjoined Past Tense, -er, -orOther DerivativesT Omitted in One-Syllable WordsT Omitted in Multiple Syllable WordsDisjoined St for –ist, -estBrief FormsOmission of DWords Beginning Incl-, Post-, Super-, Supr- and Trans-
7. Abbreviating Devices topics:
Commas With Introductory Expressions
Shorthand Stenotypist Course in Taxila Wah Attock
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