We can use the BLOKES system (described earlier) to explore the idea of memorising a sentence by storing one word at each peg location along the route.
In the shorthand lesson, AU is shorthand for 'authority' ; there is an AA to ZZ system lesson earlier in this course where AU can be represented as a particular actor from a comedy movie. But I bypassed that system by making a woman cartoon image (listed at ordinal 469) who represents the word 'authority'.
Depending on what systems you learn, you can have different options as to how you memorise a word.
What about if a 2 character shorthand code is a letter and a digit? (or maybe a digit and a letter)
D2 is 'decide' in the shorthand. I have made a system for representing a letter followed by a digit (but it has become less relevant for shorthand spellings because I represent the shorthand in either the Male 1000 or the Female 1000 cartoon image systems):
Each letter of the alphabet is represented by an animal type such as a baboon. There can then be 10 colourful examples of a baboon as cartoon images to represent the 0 to 9 instances of a letter followed by a digit.
5D is 'where these' and can also be represented by one of 10 animal examples.
Below are example cartoon images for representing a digit and letter or a letter and a digit:
In the images, every animal is presented with humanoid aspects like they all have a T-shirt!
I want them to be able to do human-like actions; so it fits!
But I want to further develop them so that they have a variety of outfits
That will be handy for other purposes I have found for the animal images.
One use is to make them the images of the 31 x 12 first name calendar system lesson.
Another use is as a way to represent pinyin words with no tone on them: