COL, COM, COR, CON, INT AND ENT, CO-, DE, IN, BI, DIS, AFTER, ANTI, INTER/ENTER, EX, SP, SHR/SL, SELF.
Seems like a lot to remember, but as in previous lessons, it is all about practice.
I can see why some community colleges teach english and grammer. My spelling is not the best. I have been out of school too long. This will hurt me over time. Luckily, we write how words are sounded out. But there are times when you need to know how a word is spelled, in order to write it correctly in steno. Moving on to the lesson.
Words beginning with COL, COM, OR COR WHEN THE CONSONANT IS DOUBLED =K
Now, when the consonant is not doubled