5,000 Most-Used Shorthand Forms
by Ernest Horn
Publisher: Gregg Pub. Co 1931
Number of pages: 100
The 5,000 words of highest frequency were selected from 5,136,816 running words taken from the vocabularies of business correspondence; of personal letters from all parts of the country, including the vocabulary of letters of people of more than average literary ability; of well-known writers; of letters printed in magazines and metropolitan newspapers; of minutes, resolutions, and committee reports; and of excuses written to teachers by parents.
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