The Court Reporter’s Reference of Realtime Conflicts

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The Court Reporter's Reference of Realtime Conflicts

Authored by Mr Kenneth A Wick
Edition: 1

The Court Reporter's Reference of Realtime Conflicts aids court and realtime reporters with finding conflicts in their writing. There are three basic types of conflicts: homonyms, stenonyms, and word-boundary conflicts.

Homonyms are words that sound the same but are spelled differently: to, too, and two. Stenonyms are words or phrases that use the same steno outline based on theory principles: "tot" and "to the." Word-boundary conflicts are similar stenonyms. When the same steno outline is used for a prefix, a word, a word part, or a suffix, conflicts may arise because the ending of one word and the beginning of the next word is not clear. For Example, if the steno outline A is used to write a, a- (prefix), and -a (suffix), then conflicts will occur when writing "park a long," or "park along," or "parka long."

The Court Reporter's Reference of Realtime Conflicts contains approximately 2,600 prefixes, words, word parts, or suffixes that may form homonym, stenonym, and word-boundary conflicts. They are grouped together by related "conflict" (e.g., a, eh, a-, -a, -et [long A sound]). There are also about 300 word-boundary examples.

Publication Date:
1481006428 / 9781481006422
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Education / Reference

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