The short form being drilled is in capitals, and similar or related words are underlined.
This article is for revising the remainder of the stroke short forms, the ones that do not come in pairs or sets. I have divided them into those whose position follows the first vowel, which makes them easier to learn, and those which do not, which need somewhat more practice to become automatic. Vowel short forms will follow later.
* "childlike" The dictionary outline can only be written somewhat squashed, write disjoined if preferred.
The GENERAL public CANNOT find any JUSTIFICATION for this decision. There is generally no JUSTIFICATION for this type of behaviour. The court is not justified in taking this action. The GENERAL Manager contacted the office staff regarding the visit by the Major GENERAL. I CANNOT find a book on the GENERAL PRINCIPLES of physics. The librarian could not help either, although he is GENERALLY very helpful. They replied to the questions with vague answers and GENERALISATIONS. One should only generalise after discussing the SUBJECT in depth FIRST. You CANNOT fail if you follow all the GENERAL PRINCIPLES of theory. I CANNOT find a LARGE course book on my SUBJECT. I can’t seem to find any GENERAL knowledge books. We can’t find them either.
(Continued in Part 2)