20 Numbers

20.1 Tens

1-10
Number Stroke Note Ordinal
one WUPB TPEUFRT
two TWO SEBGD
three THRAOE THEURD
four TPOUR TPO*URT
five TPEUF TP*EUFT
six SEUBGS S*EUGT
seven SEFPB S*EFPBT
eight A*EUT A*ET, A*EGT
nine TPHAOEUPB TPHAO*EUPBT
ten TEPB TA*EPBT

20.2 Teens

11-19
Number Stroke Note
eleven HREFPB
twelve TWEFL inversion, dozen is TKOZ
thirteen THRAOEPB
fourteen TPRAOEPB
fifteen TPEUFPB
sixteen STAOEPB
seventeen STPAOEPB think left-hand F as v
eighteen AET/TAOEPB
nineteen TPHAOEUPB/TAOEPB

20.3 The -ties

The -ties
Number Stroke Note
twenty TWEPBT
thirty THEURT
forty TPOERT
fifty TPAEFT
sixty SEUBGT
seventy SEFPBT
eighty AEUBGT or KWRAET
ninety TPHAOEUPBT

20.4 Bigger and Smaller Units

Bigger Units
Number Stroke Note
hundred HUPBD
thousand THOUD or THOUZ
million PHOEUPB or PHEUL/KWROPB
billion PBOEUPB or PWEUL/KWROPB
trillion TROEUPB or TREUL/KWROPB
deca TKEG/SKWRA as prefix
hecto no stroke exists
mega PH*EG as prefix
giga TKPW*EUG as prefix
tera no stroke exists
Smaller Units
Number Stroke Note
tenth TA*EPBT
hundredth HUPB/TKR*ET
thousandth THO*EUPBT
millionth PH*LT or PH*EULT
billionth PW*LT
deci no prefix exists
centi no prefix exists
milli PH*EUL as prefix
micro PHAOEURBG as prefix
nano TPHAPB/KWRO as prefix

20.5 Digits

Arabic numerals are written by pressing the number bar and one of the corresponding upper row keys (with the exception of 5 and 0).

For example, to write 3, press the number bar and P.

3

3333
Digits
Number Stroke Note
1 #S
2 #T
3 #P
4 #H
5 #A with thumb
0 #O with thumb
6 #F
7 #P
8 #L
9 #T
00 Z include Z in the stroke to add two zeros after the number, ie 100 = #S-Z
XX D include to double number, ie 11, 33
YX EU include to reverse two numbers, ie 13 –> 31

If numbers are in steno order, they can be pressed together. For example, 136 as #SPF .

136

136

20.6 Signs

Signs
Signs Stroke Note
+ PHR*US
- H*PB hyphen, no space around
- H-PB hyphen, with space around
- H-PB hyphen, with space around
/ OEU
* STA*R asterisk, no space around
* STR-BG asterisk, space around
= KWA*LS equals, no space around
= KW-LS equals, space around
. P-P no space around the dot
TPH-RB en-dash
PH-RB em-dash

20.7 Fractions

Fractions
Fraction Stroke Note
1/2 HA*F
1/3 130EU or TH*EURD
1/4 140EU or KWA*RT
1/8 10EU8
2/3 230EU
3/4 340EU
3/8 30EU8
5/8 50EU8
quarter KWAUR or KWRART
eighth A*ET or A*EGT

20.8 Time

To make XX:00, include K- or -BG in the stroke, with 03:00 as #P-BG. The stroke for o'clock is KHRO*BG.

3-BG

03:00

20.9 Money

The money sign on its own is TK-PL. To add a $ before the number and 00 after, include -DZ in the stroke.

20.10 Exercises

20.11 Write

  1. one one one two two two three three three four four four five five five
  2. six six six seven seven seven eight eight eight nine nine nine ten ten ten
  3. eleven eleven eleven twelve twelve twelve thirteen thirteen thirteen fourteen fourteen fourteen fifteen fifteen fifteen
  4. sixteen sixteen sixteen seventeen seventeen seventeen eighteen eighteen eighteen nineteen nineteen nineteen twenty twenty twenty
  5. thirty thirty thirty forty forty forty fifty fifty fifty sixty sixty sixty seventy seventy seventy
  6. eighty eighty eighty ninety ninety ninety hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand million million million
  7. billion billion billion trillion trillion trillion deca deca deca mega mega mega giga giga giga
  8. tenth tenth tenth hundredth hundredth hundredth thousandth thousandth thousandth millionth millionth millionth billionth billionth billionth
  9. milli milli milli micro micro micro nano nano nano
  10. 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5
  11. 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 10
  12. 11 11 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 15
  13. 16 16 16 17 17 17 18 18 18 19 19 19 20 20 20
  14. 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500
  15. 600 600 600 700 700 700 800 800 800 900 900 900 1000 1000 1000
  16. 11 11 11 22 22 22 33 33 33 44 44 44 55 55 55
  17. 66 66 66 77 77 77 88 88 88 99 99 99
  18. 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/8 1/8 1/8
  19. 2/3 2/3 2/3 3/4 3/4 3/4 4/8 4/8 4/8 5/8 5/8 5/8
  20. + + + - - - / / / = = = * * * - - - — — —

20.12 Write with sound

Controls
  1. My mother and sister have been away from home since Wednesday, and we shall be happy to see them once more. My mother and sister have been away from home since Wednesday, and we shall be happy to see them once more. My mother and sister have been away from home since Wednesday, and we shall be happy to see them once more.
  2. We feed Anna's canary every day at eleven or twelve o'clock. We feed Anna's canary every day at eleven or twelve o'clock. We feed Anna's canary every day at eleven or twelve o'clock.
  3. He likes all kinds of seeds and fruit. He likes all kinds of seeds and fruit. He likes all kinds of seeds and fruit.
  4. When my father was sick, we called a doctor who lives in New York. When my father was sick, we called a doctor who lives in New York. When my father was sick, we called a doctor who lives in New York.
  5. Dr. Black said that father must have rest and sleep. Dr. Black said that father must have rest and sleep. Dr. Black said that father must have rest and sleep.
  6. As Julia's house was a mile away, I took the car at First Street. As Julia's house was a mile away, I took the car at First Street. As Julia's house was a mile away, I took the car at First Street.
  7. I did not get the right one, and so I was not on time. I did not get the right one, and so I was not on time. I did not get the right one, and so I was not on time.
  8. Helen gave a party to thirty little boys and girls. Helen gave a party to thirty little boys and girls. Helen gave a party to thirty little boys and girls.
  9. They had cakes and ices and many nice things to eat. They had cakes and ices and many nice things to eat. They had cakes and ices and many nice things to eat.
  10. When Jack hurt his finger, he could not help his father. When Jack hurt his finger, he could not help his father. When Jack hurt his finger, he could not help his father.
  11. He was such a good boy that his sister told him a story almost every day. He was such a good boy that his sister told him a story almost every day. He was such a good boy that his sister told him a story almost every day.
  12. My mother will not let me touch this clock. My mother will not let me touch this clock. My mother will not let me touch this clock.
  13. Father winds it every eighth day. Father winds it every eighth day. Father winds it every eighth day.
  14. My father gave my brother and me silver pencils. My father gave my brother and me silver pencils. My father gave my brother and me silver pencils.
  15. Fred's pencil was soon broken, but I kept mine a month. Fred's pencil was soon broken, but I kept mine a month. Fred's pencil was soon broken, but I kept mine a month.
  16. How many inches are there in a foot, George? How many inches are there in a foot, George? How many inches are there in a foot, George?
  17. There are twelve inches in a foot and three feet in a yard. There are twelve inches in a foot and three feet in a yard. There are twelve inches in a foot and three feet in a yard.
  18. December, January, and February are the winter months. December, January, and February are the winter months. December, January, and February are the winter months.
  19. Does John go out early in the morning? Does John go out early in the morning? Does John go out early in the morning?
  20. Yes, he wants to earn money to buy a big chair for his mama. Yes, he wants to earn money to buy a big chair for his mama. Yes, he wants to earn money to buy a big chair for his mama.
  21. My mother cooked them for dinner on Sunday. My mother cooked them for dinner on Sunday. My mother cooked them for dinner on Sunday.
  22. While mother was busy, I read to my little sister under the old elm tree. While mother was busy, I read to my little sister under the old elm tree. While mother was busy, I read to my little sister under the old elm tree.
  23. Did you ever try to keep a little sister quiet? Did you ever try to keep a little sister quiet? Did you ever try to keep a little sister quiet?
  24. Do you read word by word? Do you read word by word? Do you read word by word?
  25. When we raise plants, we must take care of them. When we raise plants, we must take care of them. When we raise plants, we must take care of them.
  26. They need sun and air and water. They need sun and air and water. They need sun and air and water.
  27. In March some of them may begin to bloom. In March some of them may begin to bloom. In March some of them may begin to bloom.
  28. Last Saturday I saw twenty merry children on their way to the park. Last Saturday I saw twenty merry children on their way to the park. Last Saturday I saw twenty merry children on their way to the park.
  29. Can you tell me why they were so happy? Can you tell me why they were so happy? Can you tell me why they were so happy?
  30. Everything else one can turn and turn about, and make old look like new, but there is no coaxing boots and shoes to look better than they are. Everything else one can turn and turn about, and make old look like new, but there is no coaxing boots and shoes to look better than they are. Everything else one can turn and turn about, and make old look like new, but there is no coaxing boots and shoes to look better than they are.
  31. I don't like the cold days of winter. I don't like the cold days of winter. I don't like the cold days of winter.
  32. Jack Frost bites my fingers and my toes. Jack Frost bites my fingers and my toes. Jack Frost bites my fingers and my toes.
  33. I like April and May much better. I like April and May much better. I like April and May much better.
  34. I think it will rain in fifteen or twenty minutes I think it will rain in fifteen or twenty minutes I think it will rain in fifteen or twenty minutes
  35. I tried to drive my uncle's big black horse to the barn. I tried to drive my uncle's big black horse to the barn. I tried to drive my uncle's big black horse to the barn.
  36. I soon found I could not whip him. I soon found I could not whip him. I soon found I could not whip him.
  37. Isn't it too early to light the lamp? Isn't it too early to light the lamp? Isn't it too early to light the lamp?
  38. No, I wish to write a letter, and it must be done by nine o'clock to tonight. No, I wish to write a letter, and it must be done by nine o'clock to tonight. No, I wish to write a letter, and it must be done by nine o'clock to tonight.
  39. I wish you'd not forget to speak to your uncle today about the fruit which I bought for him. I wish you'd not forget to speak to your uncle today about the fruit which I bought for him. I wish you'd not forget to speak to your uncle today about the fruit which I bought for him.
  40. I have grapes, peaches, and pears. I have grapes, peaches, and pears. I have grapes, peaches, and pears.
  41. The sparrow's eggs are speckled. The sparrow's eggs are speckled. The sparrow's eggs are speckled.
  42. She lays five or six. She lays five or six. She lays five or six.
  43. They hatch in sixteen or seventeen days. They hatch in sixteen or seventeen days. They hatch in sixteen or seventeen days.
  44. Did you ever see one? Did you ever see one? Did you ever see one?
  45. The mother bird only feeds her young once for a week. The mother bird only feeds her young once for a week. The mother bird only feeds her young once for a week.
  46. Then they must pick up their own food if the ground or wherever they can find it. Then they must pick up their own food if the ground or wherever they can find it. Then they must pick up their own food if the ground or wherever they can find it.
  47. Here are eighteen lemons to make a cool drink for the children. Here are eighteen lemons to make a cool drink for the children. Here are eighteen lemons to make a cool drink for the children.
  48. Are they coming on Tuesday or Wednesday? Are they coming on Tuesday or Wednesday? Are they coming on Tuesday or Wednesday?
  49. In the summer months, June, July, and August, we use very little coal. In the summer months, June, July, and August, we use very little coal. In the summer months, June, July, and August, we use very little coal.
  50. Sometimes we get a bushel, which the grocer sends in a bag. Sometimes we get a bushel, which the grocer sends in a bag. Sometimes we get a bushel, which the grocer sends in a bag.
  51. How many eggs does your sister Emma get for a quarter? How many eggs does your sister Emma get for a quarter? How many eggs does your sister Emma get for a quarter?
  52. I bought fourteen the other day, at our own grocer's. I bought fourteen the other day, at our own grocer's. I bought fourteen the other day, at our own grocer's.
  53. Alice is a gentle, loving child. She has a kind heart, and always does her very best to please both father and mother. Alice is a gentle, loving child. She has a kind heart, and always does her very best to please both father and mother. Alice is a gentle, loving child. She has a kind heart, and always does her very best to please both father and mother.
  54. I cannot stay the east wind or thaw its ice smart. I cannot stay the east wind or thaw its ice smart. I cannot stay the east wind or thaw its ice smart.
  55. But I can keep a corner warm in mother's loving heart. But I can keep a corner warm in mother's loving heart. But I can keep a corner warm in mother's loving heart.
  56. Have you ever seen an ostrich? Have you ever seen an ostrich? Have you ever seen an ostrich?
  57. Yes, my cousin and I saw some of these big birds yesterday in Central Park. Yes, my cousin and I saw some of these big birds yesterday in Central Park. Yes, my cousin and I saw some of these big birds yesterday in Central Park.
  58. They are very strong and can run fast. They are very strong and can run fast. They are very strong and can run fast.
  59. Among the flowers sent to church were nineteen or twenty lilies. Among the flowers sent to church were nineteen or twenty lilies. Among the flowers sent to church were nineteen or twenty lilies.
  60. We've never before seen such pretty white ones. We've never before seen such pretty white ones. We've never before seen such pretty white ones.
  61. Some of grandma's friends took a long journey to see her on her seventy-nineth birthday. Some of grandma's friends took a long journey to see her on her seventy-nineth birthday. Some of grandma's friends took a long journey to see her on her seventy-nineth birthday.
  62. Did Emma show you the fruit which the children gave to grandma? Did Emma show you the fruit which the children gave to grandma? Did Emma show you the fruit which the children gave to grandma?
  63. I learned to add and subtract very well, but I cannot multiply and divide as easily. I learned to add and subtract very well, but I cannot multiply and divide as easily. I learned to add and subtract very well, but I cannot multiply and divide as easily.
  64. I spent November, December, and January trying to learn. I spent November, December, and January trying to learn. I spent November, December, and January trying to learn.
  65. You've been out to gather wild flowers, I am sure. You've been out to gather wild flowers, I am sure. You've been out to gather wild flowers, I am sure.
  66. Did you climb the rocks for them, or did you find them near the river? Did you climb the rocks for them, or did you find them near the river? Did you climb the rocks for them, or did you find them near the river?
  67. Frank's father set him one hundred and fifty dollars for Christmas. Frank's father set him one hundred and fifty dollars for Christmas. Frank's father set him one hundred and fifty dollars for Christmas.
  68. What do you think he will do with that amount of money? What do you think he will do with that amount of money? What do you think he will do with that amount of money?
  69. He may go home for the twelfth of February. He may go home for the twelfth of February. He may go home for the twelfth of February.
  70. Dr. White and his wife spent Easter week at the sea-shore. Dr. White and his wife spent Easter week at the sea-shore. Dr. White and his wife spent Easter week at the sea-shore.
  71. Their home is in Boston, but they do not live there during June, July, and August. Their home is in Boston, but they do not live there during June, July, and August. Their home is in Boston, but they do not live there during June, July, and August.
  72. They always leave the city about the twenty-fifth of May. They always leave the city about the twenty-fifth of May. They always leave the city about the twenty-fifth of May.
  73. James cried, "Whose candy is this, lying on the shelf?" James cried, "Whose candy is this, lying on the shelf?" James cried, "Whose candy is this, lying on the shelf?"
  74. As no one said a word, he ate it. As no one said a word, he ate it. As no one said a word, he ate it.
  75. On the tenth of February, Mr. And Mrs. Mason went to Cuba to visit people who lived there the entire year. On the tenth of February, Mr. And Mrs. Mason went to Cuba to visit people who lived there the entire year. On the tenth of February, Mr. And Mrs. Mason went to Cuba to visit people who lived there the entire year.
  76. The doctor said that the change would be good for Mr. Mason, who was slightly ill. The doctor said that the change would be good for Mr. Mason, who was slightly ill. The doctor said that the change would be good for Mr. Mason, who was slightly ill.
  77. If we look, perhaps we may see them when we go to the woods next Friday. If we look, perhaps we may see them when we go to the woods next Friday. If we look, perhaps we may see them when we go to the woods next Friday.
  78. Our family is so very large that we eat a loaf of bread at each meal. Our family is so very large that we eat a loaf of bread at each meal. Our family is so very large that we eat a loaf of bread at each meal.
  79. Can you tell me how many loaves we shall use this month? Can you tell me how many loaves we shall use this month? Can you tell me how many loaves we shall use this month?
  80. Every Saturday Henry did the different errands very quickly. Every Saturday Henry did the different errands very quickly. Every Saturday Henry did the different errands very quickly.
  81. The fir, pine, cedar, and spruce trees wear their green leaves during the entire year. The fir, pine, cedar, and spruce trees wear their green leaves during the entire year. The fir, pine, cedar, and spruce trees wear their green leaves during the entire year.
  82. Their twigs are as green in February and March as they are in May. Their twigs are as green in February and March as they are in May. Their twigs are as green in February and March as they are in May.
  83. Louise met Margaret on the street and said, "Will you come to my house at four o'clock to help me with my examples? I think my answer are all wrong." Louise met Margaret on the street and said, "Will you come to my house at four o'clock to help me with my examples? I think my answer are all wrong." Louise met Margaret on the street and said, "Will you come to my house at four o'clock to help me with my examples? I think my answer are all wrong."
  84. William bent the blade of his knife so much that he broke it. William bent the blade of his knife so much that he broke it. William bent the blade of his knife so much that he broke it.
  85. He is very sorry, because his grandma, who is dead, gave it to him on his eleventh birthday. He is very sorry, because his grandma, who is dead, gave it to him on his eleventh birthday. He is very sorry, because his grandma, who is dead, gave it to him on his eleventh birthday.
  86. Last Wednesday we went to Coney Island by boat. Last Wednesday we went to Coney Island by boat. Last Wednesday we went to Coney Island by boat.
  87. It is only a short sail from New York, but the ship was loaded with people, and we had a very rough trip. It is only a short sail from New York, but the ship was loaded with people, and we had a very rough trip. It is only a short sail from New York, but the ship was loaded with people, and we had a very rough trip.
  88. On Sunday and every holiday we have either turkey or chicken for dinner. On Sunday and every holiday we have either turkey or chicken for dinner. On Sunday and every holiday we have either turkey or chicken for dinner.
  89. We all like this dinner better than any other. We all like this dinner better than any other. We all like this dinner better than any other.
  90. When Emily is nineteen, her father had promised to let her travel for a year. When Emily is nineteen, her father had promised to let her travel for a year. When Emily is nineteen, her father had promised to let her travel for a year.
  91. Isn't it strange that he will let her stay away from home such a long time? Isn't it strange that he will let her stay away from home such a long time? Isn't it strange that he will let her stay away from home such a long time?
  92. There were forty angry geese flying here and there, trying to get away from the dog. There were forty angry geese flying here and there, trying to get away from the dog. There were forty angry geese flying here and there, trying to get away from the dog.
  93. He wanted to drive them into that dirty water. He wanted to drive them into that dirty water. He wanted to drive them into that dirty water.
  94. Hear the steam cars whistle as they fly down the track! Hear the steam cars whistle as they fly down the track! Hear the steam cars whistle as they fly down the track!
  95. I am sure that eighty trains pass here each day. I am sure that eighty trains pass here each day. I am sure that eighty trains pass here each day.
  96. Sometimes the noise almost makes me deaf. Sometimes the noise almost makes me deaf. Sometimes the noise almost makes me deaf.
  97. When I went to market on Saturday, I bought a peck of potatoes, some onions, and a few peppers. When I went to market on Saturday, I bought a peck of potatoes, some onions, and a few peppers. When I went to market on Saturday, I bought a peck of potatoes, some onions, and a few peppers.
  98. The grocer said, very politely, "Shall I accept them for you?" The grocer said, very politely, "Shall I accept them for you?" The grocer said, very politely, "Shall I accept them for you?"
  99. This is the sixth lace collar I have made since April. This is the sixth lace collar I have made since April. This is the sixth lace collar I have made since April.
  100. I hope to finish it by Tuesday. I hope to finish it by Tuesday. I hope to finish it by Tuesday.
  101. Your friend, Miss Lamb, said she would give me seventy cents for it, but I think that is not enough. Your friend, Miss Lamb, said she would give me seventy cents for it, but I think that is not enough. Your friend, Miss Lamb, said she would give me seventy cents for it, but I think that is not enough.
  102. I am going to Brooklyn at four o'clock. It is a long distance, and I fear I shall be very tired. I am going to Brooklyn at four o'clock. It is a long distance, and I fear I shall be very tired. I am going to Brooklyn at four o'clock. It is a long distance, and I fear I shall be very tired.
  103. In June we sold ninety yards of red, white, and blue ribbon. In June we sold ninety yards of red, white, and blue ribbon. In June we sold ninety yards of red, white, and blue ribbon.
  104. It was useful both for Flag Day and for Fourth of July. It was useful both for Flag Day and for Fourth of July. It was useful both for Flag Day and for Fourth of July.
  105. Alice and Helen were on the lake during the heavy shower. Alice and Helen were on the lake during the heavy shower. Alice and Helen were on the lake during the heavy shower.
  106. Whose fault was it that they were caught in the storm and nearly drowned? Whose fault was it that they were caught in the storm and nearly drowned? Whose fault was it that they were caught in the storm and nearly drowned?
  107. Tomorrow I expect to go to a small town, sixty miles from here. Tomorrow I expect to go to a small town, sixty miles from here. Tomorrow I expect to go to a small town, sixty miles from here.
  108. Anna cannot find her new hat. Anna cannot find her new hat. Anna cannot find her new hat.
  109. A place for everything, and everything in its place. A place for everything, and everything in its place. A place for everything, and everything in its place.
  110. A poor excuse is worse than none. A poor excuse is worse than none. A poor excuse is worse than none.
  111. Anna saw him hide there. Anna saw him hide there. Anna saw him hide there.
  112. Anna will make a cake. Anna will make a cake. Anna will make a cake.
  113. The father robin gets food for the baby robins. The father robin gets food for the baby robins. The father robin gets food for the baby robins.
  114. In October the oak leaves turn red and broken and yellow. In October the oak leaves turn red and broken and yellow. In October the oak leaves turn red and broken and yellow.
  115. I shall take my sister with me. I shall take my sister with me. I shall take my sister with me.
  116. Sister and I call our dog Sport. Sister and I call our dog Sport. Sister and I call our dog Sport.
  117. His broken hair is soft and curly. His broken hair is soft and curly. His broken hair is soft and curly.
  118. I think she did it last November. I think she did it last November. I think she did it last November.
  119. Mr. and Mrs. White will stay in the city till next April. Mr. and Mrs. White will stay in the city till next April. Mr. and Mrs. White will stay in the city till next April.
  120. Every summer I go out of the city in July and August. Every summer I go out of the city in July and August. Every summer I go out of the city in July and August.
  121. Is it very hot in the city in summer? Is it very hot in the city in summer? Is it very hot in the city in summer?
  122. Fred takes a lesson every Monday and Wednesday. Fred takes a lesson every Monday and Wednesday. Fred takes a lesson every Monday and Wednesday.
  123. Do you take lessons on those days too? Do you take lessons on those days too? Do you take lessons on those days too?
  124. May I go with you next Thursday to see the beaver dams? May I go with you next Thursday to see the beaver dams? May I go with you next Thursday to see the beaver dams?
  125. Henry and I were there last Monday, and saw eight. Henry and I were there last Monday, and saw eight. Henry and I were there last Monday, and saw eight.
  126. The beavers build these dams so that the door of their house will be under water. The beavers build these dams so that the door of their house will be under water. The beavers build these dams so that the door of their house will be under water.
  127. Did you ever see a beaver dam? Did you ever see a beaver dam? Did you ever see a beaver dam?
  128. Mr. Beaver does not make or mend his house or dam until September. Mr. Beaver does not make or mend his house or dam until September. Mr. Beaver does not make or mend his house or dam until September.
  129. I am sure he wants the coat of mud to freeze very hard. I am sure he wants the coat of mud to freeze very hard. I am sure he wants the coat of mud to freeze very hard.
  130. In March, April, May, and June the farmer is very busy. In March, April, May, and June the farmer is very busy. In March, April, May, and June the farmer is very busy.
  131. Shall you go to the inn with Ann? Shall you go to the inn with Ann? Shall you go to the inn with Ann?
  132. It was a windy, cloudy day, and Fanny was lonely. It was a windy, cloudy day, and Fanny was lonely. It was a windy, cloudy day, and Fanny was lonely.
  133. Sunday is the first day of the week. Sunday is the first day of the week. Sunday is the first day of the week.
  134. Thirty thieves were hidden in the thicket. Thirty thieves were hidden in the thicket. Thirty thieves were hidden in the thicket.
  135. Mary has a doll. Mary has a doll. Mary has a doll.
  136. Mary's doll has a hat. Mary's doll has a hat. Mary's doll has a hat.
  137. Frank will not lose his ball. Frank will not lose his ball. Frank will not lose his ball.
  138. He will take it home. He will take it home. He will take it home.
  139. Frank's sister likes the ball, too. Frank's sister likes the ball, too. Frank's sister likes the ball, too.
  140. His sister will play with it. His sister will play with it. His sister will play with it.
  141. Fred's mamma takes the milk. Fred's mamma takes the milk. Fred's mamma takes the milk.
  142. Butter is made from it. Butter is made from it. Butter is made from it.
  143. Many men gave us dimes. Many men gave us dimes. Many men gave us dimes.
  144. One man gave fifteen cents. One man gave fifteen cents. One man gave fifteen cents.
  145. The seal of a letter. The seal of a letter. The seal of a letter.
  146. November, the eleventh month of the year. November, the eleventh month of the year. November, the eleventh month of the year.
  147. May, the fifth month of the year. May, the fifth month of the year. May, the fifth month of the year.
  148. There are sixty seconds in a minute. There are sixty seconds in a minute. There are sixty seconds in a minute.
  149. It takes about forty minutes to walk two miles. It takes about forty minutes to walk two miles. It takes about forty minutes to walk two miles.
  150. Fourth, one of four equal parts. Next after third. Fourth, one of four equal parts. Next after third. Fourth, one of four equal parts. Next after third.
  151. March, the third month of the year. March, the third month of the year. March, the third month of the year.
  152. July, the seventh month of the year. July, the seventh month of the year. July, the seventh month of the year.
  153. There are sixty minutes in an hour. There are sixty minutes in an hour. There are sixty minutes in an hour.
  154. Twenty-five cents is one fourth of a dollar. Twenty-five cents is one fourth of a dollar. Twenty-five cents is one fourth of a dollar.
  155. I am in the fourth grade. I am in the fourth grade. I am in the fourth grade.
  156. I paid fifty cents for this game. I paid fifty cents for this game. I paid fifty cents for this game.
  157. Fourteen, six and eight are fourteen. Fourteen, six and eight are fourteen. Fourteen, six and eight are fourteen.
  158. Each of the five boys had a fifth of the ice cream. Each of the five boys had a fifth of the ice cream. Each of the five boys had a fifth of the ice cream.
  159. A dime and a nickel make fifteen cents. A dime and a nickel make fifteen cents. A dime and a nickel make fifteen cents.
  160. Fifth, one of five equal parts. The next after fourth. Fifth, one of five equal parts. The next after fourth. Fifth, one of five equal parts. The next after fourth.
  161. Your seat is in the fifth row. Your seat is in the fifth row. Your seat is in the fifth row.
  162. How many are four and three? How many are four and three? How many are four and three?
  163. There are four weeks in a month. There are four weeks in a month. There are four weeks in a month.
  164. Can you count a hundred? Can you count a hundred? Can you count a hundred?
  165. Hours, parts of a day, each sixty minutes long. Hours, parts of a day, each sixty minutes long. Hours, parts of a day, each sixty minutes long.
  166. Hundred, ten tens. Hundred, ten tens. Hundred, ten tens.
  167. January, the first month. January, the first month. January, the first month.
  168. July, the seventh month. July, the seventh month. July, the seventh month.
  169. June, the sixth month. June, the sixth month. June, the sixth month.
  170. Less, smaller. Minus; as, five less two. Less, smaller. Minus; as, five less two. Less, smaller. Minus; as, five less two.
  171. May, the fifth month. May, the fifth month. May, the fifth month.
  172. November, the eleventh month of our year. November, the eleventh month of our year. November, the eleventh month of our year.
  173. Number, how many. A figure or word that stands for a number. Number, how many. A figure or word that stands for a number. Number, how many. A figure or word that stands for a number.
  174. October, the tenth month of our year. October, the tenth month of our year. October, the tenth month of our year.
  175. Thirteen, three more than ten. Thirteen, three more than ten. Thirteen, three more than ten.
  176. Thirty, three tens. Thirty, three tens. Thirty, three tens.
  177. Thousand, ten hundreds. Thousand, ten hundreds. Thousand, ten hundreds.
  178. We want it as a gift for Aunt Ellen, who will soon be seventy years old. We want it as a gift for Aunt Ellen, who will soon be seventy years old. We want it as a gift for Aunt Ellen, who will soon be seventy years old.
  179. Twenty, two tens. Twenty, two tens. Twenty, two tens.
  180. Ten pennies are equal to a dime. Ten pennies are equal to a dime. Ten pennies are equal to a dime.
  181. Dozen, twelve. Dozen, twelve. Dozen, twelve.
  182. Mother ordered a dozen eggs. Mother ordered a dozen eggs. Mother ordered a dozen eggs.
  183. Dime, ten cent. Dime, ten cent. Dime, ten cent.
  184. The little girl can count up to fifty. The little girl can count up to fifty. The little girl can count up to fifty.
  185. August is the eighth month of the year. August is the eighth month of the year. August is the eighth month of the year.
  186. The room is twelve feet wide. The room is twelve feet wide. The room is twelve feet wide.
  187. Twelve, the number after eleven. Twelve, the number after eleven. Twelve, the number after eleven.
  188. Wednesday, the day after Tuesday. Wednesday, the day after Tuesday. Wednesday, the day after Tuesday.
  189. We usually get to school before nine o'clock. We usually get to school before nine o'clock. We usually get to school before nine o'clock.
  190. There are twelve months in a year. There are twelve months in a year. There are twelve months in a year.
  191. The fourth month of the year is April. The fourth month of the year is April. The fourth month of the year is April.
  192. The man saved one thousand dollars. The man saved one thousand dollars. The man saved one thousand dollars.
  193. Thousand, ten hundred. Thousand, ten hundred. Thousand, ten hundred.
  194. January is the first month of the year. January is the first month of the year. January is the first month of the year.
  195. Minute, a measure of time; sixty seconds. Minute, a measure of time; sixty seconds. Minute, a measure of time; sixty seconds.
  196. Inch, a twelfth of a foot. Inch, a twelfth of a foot. Inch, a twelfth of a foot.
  197. Forty, four tens. Forty, four tens. Forty, four tens.
  198. Eleven, ten and one. Eleven, ten and one. Eleven, ten and one.
  199. Agnes and I go every morning at eight o'clock. Agnes and I go every morning at eight o'clock. Agnes and I go every morning at eight o'clock.
  200. December, the twelfth month of our year. December, the twelfth month of our year. December, the twelfth month of our year.
  201. Point to the right number. Point to the right number. Point to the right number.

20.12.1 Write random sentences

A random subset of sentences will be synthesized. Be patient with the synthesis. It will take a few seconds, especially the first time. The loweest possible WPM is 80, so to decrease overall WPM, increase word gap.

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20.12.2 Dictation exercises

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20.13 Summary

  • Learn how to write numeral words
  • Learn how to write Arabic words
  • Learn how to write fractions and commonly used mathematical signs