This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...engagement, and-the business will require a little nursing for a time, /-am-perfectly sure, however, that a display of energy by a ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...engagement, and-the business will require a little nursing for a time, /-am-perfectly sure, however, that a display of energy by a sharp man of persuasive talents, and a judicious distribution (of the) literature I-will send you, will soon encourage a return (of the) former extensive sales. Please call here 0/1-Thursday to-sign-the agreement.. Fow--truly, Exercise 146, Bead, copy, and transcribe. Exercise 148. Write in Shorthand. 1. It-is especially important that-you-should deliver-the goods immediately. 2. Any delay may prejudice your chances o/-further orders. 3. There-is a substantial increase in-the financial returns. 4. Your immediate attention is essential, if-you would seuure-the business. 5. The unsubstantial nature (of the) commercial traveler's resources rendered his chances hopeless. 6. The circumstances attending-Me controversy were far from flattering to-him. 7. His influential position is lost, thanks to-his insane fondness for controversial discussion. 8. Oh, yes, the circumstances were noted immediately, but they-v/ere regarded as entirely uninfluential. 9. The circumstantial detail (of the) narrative proved its accuracy. 120. Any unimportant word such as as, the, of, or, etc., may be omitted in a phraseogram; thus.Sso_-for (the) sake (of), fTT. more (or) less, ...jL. side (by) side, etc. It is well to vocalize him (so that it may not clash with me) in such phrases as Nvy. before him, .vr.-. to him, etc. 121. Judicious phrasing should be carefully cultivated by the student, as a great aid both to speed and legibility; but he should guard against the temptation to join together words which are not naturally related to one another, or which, if joined, would result in an outline extending too far from the line of writing. For...Read Less
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