Imatges de pÓgina
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ALPHABETS.

CAPITAL LETTERS.

H Q

Q G O Z NA R F P CS M. E J X Y DU K K V B W L T

T I

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a ei ou, and sometimes w and y.

CONSONANTS.

b c dfgh j k l m n o q r s t v x z

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CHAPTER I.
Table of Sounds.

REGULAR SOUNDS OF THE VOWELS.

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a long, a short, a middle, a broad, e long, e short, i long, i short, o long, o short, o middle, u long, u short, u middle,

hall. mete. met. pine. pin. note. not. prove. duke. duck. bush.

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c like z,

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g hard, g soft,

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CONSONANTS. *c hard, like k, as heard in cash. c soft, like s,

cellar. c like sh,

special.

suffice. ch hard,

chord. ch soft,

chaise. ch like tch,

cheese. d proper,

death. d soft, like j,

soldier gone.

gem. gh like f,

laugh. ph like f,

phlegm. s sharp,

saint. s soft,

rose. t proper;

take. t like tsh,

nature t like sh,

nation. th hard,

thin. th soft,

Thine. x flat, like gz,

exalt. x sharp, like ks,

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extreme. Some of the consonant sounds are denoted by small capitals and Italics; all other Italic letters are silent. So many of the silent vowels are printed in Italics, as seemed necessary to convey the sounds of the syllables. The final e preceded by l and a mute is always silent. Where e final lengthens the syllable, it is printed in Roman letters. G is soft before e, i, and y—and i and y, ending an unaccented syllable, sound like e long, unless otherwise noted. * C before a, 0, and u, is hard, like k; before e, y,

soft

i, and

like &

CHAPTER II.

Words of Two Letters.

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