Imatges de pÓgina
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Boil ed

A proper diphthong in the accented syllable.
down ward loy al

pound ed

boil er

drow sy

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bound ed flóun der

moist en

pow der

bound less flow er

moist ure

prow ess

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moun tain row el

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fac tion

rup tion

fic tion sanc tion frac tion sec tion man sion ses sion men tion suc tion

stur geon pre cious sur geon ver sion cap tious vi cious con scious nup tial fac tious spe cial

Words in which i in the final syllable sounds like y consonant.

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Accent on the second syllable.

A proper diphthong in the accented syllable.

A bound a loud

a bout

a void

a mount a vouch

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de coy de nounce

de stroy de void

com pound de vour
con found de vout
con join

con voy

dis count

dis mount

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pro pound re mount

un coil

e spouse

pur loin

re nounce wiTH Out

o like u short, i in the second syllable like e long, and ei and ey

Af front a bove

like

a long..

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a mongst ca price

in trigue

sur vey

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ma chine

in veigh

LESSON 28.

There is a poor blind man at the door. He is quite blind. He does not see the sky, nor the ground, nor the trees, nor men. He does not see us, though we are so near to him. A boy leads him from door to door. O, it is a sad thing to be blind. We will give the blind man some bread and cheese. Now he is gone. He is a great way off. Come in, Charles. wish the poor blind house to live in, and kind friends to take care of him, and teach him to work. Then he would not beg from door to door.

Poor blind man! Shut the door. I man had a warm

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ADVICE TO CHILDREN.

Listen to the tender counsels of your parents. Love them, for they love you, and have taken care of you ever since you were born. They loved you and took care of you when you were little helpless infants, that could not talk, nor walk about, nor do any thing but cry, and give a great deal of trouble.

Obey your parents. They know better what is proper for you than you do; and they wish you to be good, and wise, and happy.

Do not

Love your brothers and sisters. tease nor vex them, nor call them names; and never let your little hands be raised to strike them. If they have any thing which you would like to have, do not be angry with them, nor try to get it from them. If you have any thing they like, share it with them.

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