Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Share Welcome to EverybodyWiki! Sign in or create an account to improve, watchlist or create an article like a company page or a bio yours? EasyScript, like other speedwriting methods, has an advantage over traditional shorthand methods in that it can be learned more easily, at the cost of reduced maximum speed. In other words, a person using EasyScript will still write in the traditional longhand form but everything written will be shortened.

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Easy Script is a company that specializes in their own technique and method of shorthand, allowing users to write twice as fast as they do in longhand. Study the Easy Script word abbreviation method. This will allow you to drastically shorten words to one, two, three or four letters. Easy Script encourages you to leave out all the vowels of a word, abbreviating it down to the first four consonants, so the word "Writer" would become "Wrtr". Practice abbreviating words in this manner daily, until it becomes second nature to you.

Study how to shorten high frequency words down to one letter based on their phonetic sound. For example, "as" can be simply "z" and "can" can go to "k". Practice this method each day with at least 30 words. Memorize the Easy Script list of abbreviations for prefixes and suffixes. This list will assist you in shortening words faster by breaking them down. For example, the word "proactive" contains the prefix "pro" and the suffix "-ive".

As a shorthand writer, you would use the abbreivation "p" for the prefix and the abbreviation "v" for the suffix, shortening the entire word down to "pctv" or "pktv" based on whether you prefer to shorten words by consonant or phonetic sound. Make flashcards or write each abbreviation five times over each day. Memorize the Easy Script list of abbreviations for common words. This list will help to facilitate your speed writing.

The list contains abbreviations for common words like "and," which is simply "d" and "gentleman," which is "g". Create flashcards for these abbreviations and use them, or write each abbreviation five times each day for a week. Study the Easy Script alphabet of shorthand symbols, committing yourself to learning five new symbols a day. Continue in this manner until you know the entire alphabet symbolically and can form words with these symbols without hesitation.

Practice all these methods together for at least a week or until you can take fast dictation without hesitation, writing effortlessly at the speed at which others talk. Cite this Article A tool to create a citation to reference this article Cite this Article.


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