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27-12-2013, 09:06 AM
Braille
I thought some of you might like to learn so here are my notes:

http://m.wikihow.com/Read-Braille

Alaina's Braille


Whole Words and Numbers (do not alter)

a: 1. 1

b: 1 2 but 2

c: 1 4 can 3

d: 1 4 5 do 4

e: 1 5 every 5

f: 1 2 4 from 6

g: 1 2 4 5 go 7

h: 1 2 5 have 8

i: 2 4 9

j: 2 4 5 just 0

k: 1 3 knowledge

l: 1 2 3 like

m: 1 3 4 more

n: 1 3 4 5 not

o: 1 3 5

p: 1 2 3 4 people

q: 1 2 3 4 5 quite

r: 1 2 3 5 rather

s: 2 3 4 so

t: 2 3 4 5 that

u: 1 3 6 us

v: 1 2 3 6 very

w: 2 4 5 6 will

x: 1 3 4 6 it

y: 1 3 4 5 6 you

z: 1 3 5 6 as

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apostrophe: 3

period: 2 5 6. see you

Exclaimation mark: 2 3 5

Question //opening
quotation mark: 2 3 6

comma: 2

capital: 6

number: 3 4 5 6

quote end: 3 5 6

Hyphen: 3 6

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a b: about

A b v: above

A c: according

A c r: across

A f: after

A f n: afternoon

A f w: afterward

A g: again

A l: also

A l m: almost

A l r: already

A l t: altogether

A l w: always

E i: either

N e i: neither

I m m: immediate

N e c: necessary

C d: could

G d: good

P d: paid

S d: said

W d: would

T d: today

T m: tomorrow

T n: tonight

T g r: together

B l: blind

B r l: Braille

L l: little

L r: letter

F r: friend

G r t: great

Q k: quick

O ' c: o'clock

D c v: deceive

D c l: declare

R c v: receive

R j c: rejoice

D c v g: deceiving

D c l g: declaring

R c v g: receiving

R j c g: rejoicing

X s: its

X f: itself

H m: him

H m f: himself

M y f: myself

Y r: your

Y r f: yourself

Y r v s: yourselves

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Whole words ( Beginnings Middles and Ends)

5 d: day

5 e: ever

5 f: father

5 h: here

5 k: know

5 l: lord

5 m: mother

5 n: name

5o: one (doesn't need to keep sound)

5 o f :oneself

5 p: part

5 q: question

5r: right

5s: some

5t: time

5u: under

5w: work

5y: young

45u: upon

45w: word

456c: cannot

4 5 6h: had

4 5 6m: many

4 5 6s: spirit

4 5 6w: world

Middles and Endings (do not put at the beginning of words)

4 6d: -ound

4 6e: -ance

4 6n: -sion

4 6s: -less (do not use for whole word)

4 6t: -ount

6 n: -ation

6 y: -ally

5 6 e: -ence

5 6 g: -ong

5 6 l: -ful

5 6 n: -tion

5 6 s: -ness

5 6 t: -ment

5 6 y: -ity

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(Whole/partial words can be used at the beginning of words)
Do not space between the words and, for, of, the, with, a


1 2 3 4 6 and

1 2 3 4 5 6 for

1 2 3 5 6 of

2 3 4 6 the

2 3 4 5 6 with

The m vs themselves

5the there

4 5the these

4 5 6the Their
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31-12-2013, 02:21 AM
RE: Braille
This is really interesting, and hard! How quickly can you read things in Braille? Are you fluent?
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31-12-2013, 04:40 AM
RE: Braille
(31-12-2013 02:21 AM)Colourcraze Wrote:  This is really interesting, and hard! How quickly can you read things in Braille? Are you fluent?

Not at all I have the reading level of about a second grader mostly time Clifford the big red dog kicks my ass. I'm still learning. I'm just pissed it's going to take another two or three years for me to learn all this before I can go back to college. All this for a math course I hate math.
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31-12-2013, 09:05 AM
RE: Braille
I am with you on that one, math sucks!

It seems to me that learning Braille is a lot like learning Chinese, which is what I'm working at now.. It's slow progress Weeping I'm like a toddler!
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