# Left side Y and Z
Special thanks to Thomas Pacheco for funding this lesson.
This lesson covers how you write initial Y and Z in steno, like in the words "zoo" and "young".
# Left side Y
Left side Y is given by the outline
- Do not use
KWRUR, you will need it later.
- Do not use
# Left side Z
Left side Z is given by the outline
S*. However, if there is a conflict, sometimes we get Z from the much larger
|KWR||why||The letter Y|
# 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.
- I am in the zone, your talking will not get in my way even if you beg.
- When you are almost 14 you may start to get some zits. Do not fret, no one will see them as long as you do not go to school.
- I have an idea: why trouble your thoughts with things such as putting on pants? It is easy to walk the world with no pants at all. Go loose!
- It is not ideal, but I will take it off your hands.
- Why on earth do you bother with trying to getting into his group? He is such a knob.
- I have to zig-zag in the roads to get to work.
- That fence will zap you if you touch it.
- Yo dude, as the young people say. Why are you staring at me that way?
- I want to live in New York.
- Yum, you make awesome food.
- Yep, that is me all right.