# Both sides SH
Special thanks to Fabio Angeloni for funding this lesson.
This lesson covers how you write beginning and final "sh" in steno, like in the words "splash" and "shape".
# Left side SH
You've already learned Left side
SH as it is naturally formed.
# Right side SH
Right side SH is given by the outline
# Final SHS
Words ending in the "shoush" sound, like "conscious" and "delicious", can be written with
# 1. Translate
Write the English sentence represented by these outlines, including punctuation.
# 2. Find outlines
Find steno outlines that will write these English sentences, including punctuation.
- The fish goes splish, splash, sploosh.
- I, um -- I am not so sure that you know what I'm telling you.
- Trish wishes that she could finish her work today and be done before the due date.
- This meal is so delicious, I could eat forever.
- English has spelling that no one wants to say that they get. It makes no sense!
- It is hard to measure how precious things are.
- He seems easy going but I have a suspicious feeling that he is not telling us everything.
- I always look for efficient ways to solve issues.
- This room is so spacious, I could fit a horse in here!
- I take issue with your stance.
- A lack of patience will crush hopes and dreams.
- You may not know this, but fish have scales on their flesh.
- That joke went way over his head -- woosh!