"The simple principles of word grouping will already be familiar to the Teeline student. "Word Groupings" can be treated as arbitrary phrase-abbreviations to be memorised by rote, but they are much more than that, and the advanced writer, after studying the principles of word grouping should create his or her own. Word group learning and word group creating cannot be done while the writer is writing at speed. Word groupings are generally produced from memory, not worked out under stress. The potential high-speed writer should spend time re-reading speed notes and re-writing suitable groups in word grouping form. These should then be practised until the response to hearing a particular phrase is immediate and sure."