FREE TEELINE SHORTHAND PDF

Teeline is the easiest shorthand system to learn. Once you have learned the basics and the theory you can build your speeds up to words a minute, with practice. There are ten online lessons. There is no need to buy any books or other resources - everything you need is included in the lessons. Try before you buy - you can have a go at our free sample lesson - this is an extract of Lesson 1. Support is available from a tutor if you prefer.

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Free Teeline shorthand lesson This trial lesson is just an extract from our lesson 1 to give you an idea of how our online lessons work Another satisfied student completes the Teeline Online course This lesson covers the Teeline alphabet and how to join letters together.

You will learn some short forms called Special Outlines. These are easier ways of writing outlines that occur regularly in the English language. There are a lot of these to learn throughout the course and the more you learn the quicker you will be able to write Aim By the end of your first lesson, you will have covered the alphabet and you can start to write simple words and sentences. In fact, we encourage and help you to start using it straight away with hints and advice on how to include it in your day to day writing.

You should find that within a very short time you are writing confidently and accurately and building your speed. However, a vowel at the beginning of a word must be written, as must a vowel at the end of a word if it is pronounced. Now try Exercise 1. Exercise 1 The following passage includes only the essential vowels. See how quickly you can read it: U shld b abl t rd ths wth a lt o vwls tkn out.

Ths is hw Tln is frmd by usng a qkr wa o rting th alfbt. U cn us a pn or pncl to rt Tln, tho a pn is btr as it flws acrs th pg esly n wnt brk. Hwvr, u ma us wtvr u fl mst cmfrtabl wth. Click here for the answer to Exercise 1 You should be able to read this with a lot of vowels taken out.

This is how Teeline is formed by using a quicker way of writing the alphabet. However, you may use whatever you feel most comfortable with.

Teeline letters are adapted from the longhand letters either capital or small versions. They keep the same positions as in longhand at the beginning of a word i. G, J, P and Q go through the line and T is written on or just above the line representing the cross stroke of a capital T. Note that D is the same outline as T but is written on or just above the line to start a word.

In speech, D is sometimes pronounced T walked, based and is a voiced version of T, therefore T and D are the same outlines in Teeline. Other letters are placed on the line. Teeline letters are the same sizes as in longhand. Vowels are smaller than the consonants. There are two versions of each vowel called the full vowel and the indicator. Vowels will be covered in more detail later and are used in this lesson only for special outlines. The arrow next to the letters shows the direction they should be written.

Sometimes, two versions of the same letter are shown. The first version is more common and the second is used to make it easier to join to other letters. Here they are introduced and used for special outlines only. Now have a look at the first half of the alphabet. Here they are written in order: Video - The alphabet part 1 Here is a demonstration of writing the alphabet - part 1 If you can not get the video to load or play in the above component, you can view it on YouTube by using this link: Writing the alphabet - part 1 The Worksheets The worksheets are designed to enable you to practise writing Teeline and learn the new letters.

You need to copy the printed Teeline directly onto the worksheet as fluently and quickly as you can, saying the letter or letters over in your mind as you do so. In this way, you will learn the new theory and begin to write Teeline with ease. Before you begin Worksheet One, familiarise yourself with the alphabet. Complete the worksheet and then test yourself again to see if you know the alphabet thoroughly. To print the worksheet: Click on the image you would like print.

The image will open in a new window. The file sizes may be large: please be patient while they download. Worksheet 1 - The Alphabet You should now be ready for the second half of the alphabet: This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it.

Here they are written in order: This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it. Video - Writing the alphabet - part 2 Here is a demonstration of writing the second half of the alphabet This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it. As with Worksheet One, once you have completed it test yourself to see if you know the alphabet thoroughly. This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it.

Joining Consonants Whenever possible, letters are written in one stroke without lifting the pen. The first letter is usually in the correct position and the following letters must not change size. More about letters More combinations: Forming Words - letters that are not sounded are omitted: This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it. When a double letter occurs, only one is represented: This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it.

Sizes: To demonstrate the correct sizes of U, O indicator and W, imagine a cup, saucer and plate: Exercise 2 - Letters in Teeline See how quickly you can recognise the following letters: Click here for the answer to Exercise 2 This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it.

In Teeline, the N is reversed to represent C-vowel-N This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it. Exercise 3 - Words in Teeline Read the following words. Write them in longhand and then without looking, write them again in Teeline. Click here for the answer to Exercise 3 1. After writing L upwards, the letters T and D are disjoined see the illustration below for examples: This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it.

Special Outlines Here are the first of the Special Outlines. These are commonly used words that are represented by a shortcut in Teeline. You must learn them thoroughly by drilling as you do with the worksheets. Keep revising them as you go through the course and learn new ones. The more you know, the faster you will be able to write. Once you have learnt the Special Outlines, try exercises four and five.

Exercise 4 - Sentences in Teeline See how easily you can read the following sentences: Click here for the answer to Exercise 4 This part of the lesson is only available in the paid version - you will need to register to view it. Punctuation A long diagonal line is used for a full stop - it can be written either upwards or downwards.

You may decide that you do not want to use the outlines exactly as shown. For example, you may wish to include vowels for clarity or make up your own shortcuts.

We will use a mixture of outlines with and without the vowels throughout the lessons. Assignments You are now ready to undertake the assignments. There are no answers available for these, however, if you are a Gold Member you can send these in for marking by email. Assignment A Transcribe the following sentences into longhand.

Assignment C Dictation at 30 words per minute. You will need a media player to hear this dictation. If you do not have a media player you can ask someone to dictate this for you - the text is below. Press the play button to hear the sound file If the player does not work click here instead to hear the file - please be patient while you wait for the file to load. When you have finished the exercise, transcribe your Teeline into longhand without looking at the text on this page.

You should then submit both the longhand and Teeline, please. Therefore we will mark your longhand and correct the Teeline only if an outline can be written more fluently or quickly.

Well done! You have completed this trial free lesson. This lesson is just a sample of a lesson to show you how we use the exercises, sound files etc. How to register Before registering please go to the terms and conditions page. If you have already read the terms and conditions and want to register go to our registration page.

By completing the registration form you have agreed to the terms and conditions. Upon receipt of payment, we will send you a link to the Online Teeline Lessons, a password which you will need in order to access the site and our Teeline Helpline email address. The information collected from you remains strictly private and for the use of contacting you in respect of Teeline Online. Please read our privacy policy. If there is anything further you would like to know, please contact us Twitter Feed.

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FREE TEELINE SHORTHAND PDF

Free Teeline shorthand lesson This trial lesson is just an extract from our lesson 1 to give you an idea of how our online lessons work Another satisfied student completes the Teeline Online course This lesson covers the Teeline alphabet and how to join letters together. You will learn some short forms called Special Outlines. These are easier ways of writing outlines that occur regularly in the English language. There are a lot of these to learn throughout the course and the more you learn the quicker you will be able to write Aim By the end of your first lesson, you will have covered the alphabet and you can start to write simple words and sentences. In fact, we encourage and help you to start using it straight away with hints and advice on how to include it in your day to day writing.

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