Special thanks to Thomas Pacheco for funding this lesson.
This lesson covers how to write words with the con- and com suffixes like "control" and "compare".
When a word starts with con- or com-, there's a good chance you can write that entire sound using just
Out of Steno Order
This next set of entries follow a very similar pattern as above, except that the second consonant doesn't follow
K- in steno order. This can be solved by "deleting" that consonant as long as the result is not a word:
Sometimes, you will need to add in an inversion to get the word you want due to a conflict. For example,
KEPT is occupied by "kept", so if you want to write concept, you might consider a inversion of the
Note that you still cannot write every single con- or com- word. You will learn a few more in the briefs table, but it's not until later that we learn the generic con- and com- prefixes.
| ||continue||A reminder from earlier lessons|
| ||communicate||The briefs for communicate and communication are a little weird but I highly recommend adopting and practicing them|
| ||contrast||Because |