Table of Contents

 Gregg Shorthand

Adapted to the

Esperanto Language

by

Ernest L. Jackson
Certified Teacher of Gregg Shorthand

I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII. 
VIII.
XI.
X.
Consonants
Diphthongs
Blends / Expressing r
Omission of Letters / ld
Prefixes
Suffixes
Brief Forms
Brief Form Derivatives
Phrase-writing
Reading Exercise

Copyright, 1918

Edited by Andrew Owen

FOREWORD

     The International Language can be easily and accurately written in Gregg Shorthand with a few modifications. It is assumed that the student, before working through this little book, is conversant with the rules and principles given in the Gregg Shorthand Manual. This being the case, he or she will have but little trouble in applying his knowledge to Esperanto.
     (For information on the Esperanto language, see Wikipedia's article on it).  Each Esperanto word's English translation can be found in the ALT caption of each image (found either by holding your mouse over the image or by right-clicking it and viewing its properties).

Consonants

K
G
R
L
N
M
T
D
k
g
r
l
n
m
t
d

P
B
F
V
Ĉ
Ĝ
H
p
b
f
v
cx
gx
h

Vowels

A
E
I
O
U
a
e
i
o
u

     The dot is used to distinguish e from i, but in practical use this is rarely necessary.

 

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