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SUBSTITUTES FOR THE CONSONANT ELEMENTS.
Igh as in laugh.
chord. "hough. ❝ quit.
d 66 faced.
B, D, G, H, L, M, N, P, and R, have no substitutes.
The most common faults in ARTICULATION are
II. The omission of any sound properly belonging to a
be-low. "per-vade. "shrink-ing. thrif-ty.
gov-er-ment gov-ern-ment. Feb-u-ary
III. The substitution of one sound for another; as,
66 chil-dren. com-prum-ise" com-pro-mise
sep-a-rate. "tem-per-ate. "croc-o-dile.
IV. Produce the sounds denoted by the following com binations of consonants:
Let the pupil first produce the sounds of the letters, and then the word or words in which they occur. Be careful to give a clear and distinct enunciation to every letter.
1. Bd, as in rob'd; bdst, prob'dst; bl, bland, able; bld, humbl'd; bldst, troubl'dst; blst, troubl'st; blz, crumbles; br, brand; bz, ribs.
2. Ch, as in church; cht, fetch'd.
3. Dj, as in edge; djd, hedg'd; dl, bridle; dld, riddl'd; dlst, handl'st; dlz, bundles; dn, hard'n; dr, drove; dth, width; dths, breadths; dz, odds.
4. Fl, as in flame; fld, rifl'd; fist, stifl'st; flz, rifles; fr, from; fs, quaffs, laughs; fst, laugh'st, quaff'st; ft, raft; fts, wafts; ftst, graft'st.
5. Gd, as in begg'd; gdst, bragg'dst; gl, glide; gld, struggl'd; gldst, haggl'dst; glst, strangl'st; glz, mingles; gr, grove; gst, begg'st; gz, figs.
6. Kl, as in uncle, ankle; kld, trickl'd; kldst, truckl'dst; klst, chuck'st; klz, wrinkles; kn, black'n; knd, reck'n'd; kndst, reck'n'dst; knst, black'n'st; knz, reck'ns ; kr, crank; ks, checks; kt, act.
7. Lb, as in bulb; lbd, bulb'd; lbs, bulbs; lch, filch; leht, belch'd; ld, hold; ldst, fold'st; ldz, holds; lf, self; Ifs, gulfs; lj, bulge; lk, elk; lks, silks; lkt, milk'd; lits, mulets; lm, elm; lmd, whelm'd; lmz, films; In, fall'n;
lp, help; lps, scalps; lpst, help'st; ls, false; lst, call'st; lt, melt; lth, health; iths, stealths; lts, colts; lv, delve; lod, shelv'd; luz, elves; lz, halls.
8. Md, as in doom'd; mf, triumph; mp, hemp; mpt, tempt; mpts, attempts; mst, entomb'st; mz, tombs.
9. Nch, as in bench; ncht, pinch'd; nd, and; ndst, end'st; ndz, ends; ng, sung; ngd, bang'd; ngth, length; ngz, songs; nj, range; njd, rang'd; nk, ink; nks, ranks; nkst, thank'st; nst, winc'd; nt, sent; nts, rents; ntst, went'st; nz, runs.
10. Pl, as in plume; pld, rippl'd; plst, rippl'st; plz, apples; pr, prince; ps, sips; pst, rapp'st; pt, ripp'd.
11. Rb, as in herb; rch, search; rcht, church'd; rbd, orb'd; rbdst, barb'dst; rbst, disturb'st; rbz, orbs; rd, hard; rdst, heard'st; rdz, words; rf, turf; rft, scarf'd; rg, burg; rgz, burgs; rj, dirge; rjd, urg'd; rk, ark; rks, arks; rkst, work'st; rkt, dirk'd; rktst, embark'dst; rl, girl; rld, world; rldst, hurld'st; rlst, whirl'st; rlz, hurls; rm, arm; rmd, arm'd; rmdst, harm'dst; rmst, arm'st; rmz, charms; rn, turn; rnd, turn'd; rndst, earn'dst; rnst, learn'st; rnz, urns; rp, carp; rps, harps; rpt, warp'd; rs, verse; rsh, harsh; rst, first; rsts, bursts; rt, dart; rth, earth; rths, births; rts, marts; rtst, dart'st; rv, curve; rvd, nerv'd; redst, curv'dst; rust, swerv'st; ruz, nerves;
12. Sh, as in ship; sht, hush'd; sk, scan, skip; sks, tusks; skst, frisk'st; skt, risk'd; sl, slow; sld, nestl'd; slz, wrestles ; sm, smile; sn, snag; sp, sport; sps, lisps; spt, clasp'd; st, stag; str, strike; sts, rests; sw, swing.
13. Th, as in thine, thin; thd, breath'd; thr, three; thst, breath'st; thw, thwack; thz, writhes; tl, title; tld, settl'd; tldst, settl' dst; tlst, settl'st; tlz, nettles; tr, trunk; ts, fits; tw, twirl.
14. Vd, as in curv'd; vdst, liv'dst; vl, driv'l; vld, grov'l'd; vldst, grov'l'dst; vlst, driv'l'st; vn, driv'n; vst, liv'st; vz, lives.
15. Wh, as in when, where.
16. Zd, as in mus'd; zl, dazzle; zld, muzzl'd; zldst, dazzl'dst; zlst, dazzl'st; zlz, muzzles; zm, spasm; zmz, chasms; zn, ris'n; znd, reas'n'd; znz, pris'nz; zndst, impris'n'dst.
V. Avoid blending the termination of one word with the beginning of another, or suppressing the final letter or letters of one word, when the next word commences with a similar sound.
His small eyes
She keeps pies
His hour is up
Your eyes and ears
He had two small eggs
Bring some ice cream
He was killed in war
Water, air, and earth
Come and see me once more
NOTE.-By an indistinct Articulation the sense of a passage is often liable to be perverted.
He had two small legs.
Water rare rand dearth.
Come mand see me one smore,
1. Will he attempt to conceal his acts?
Will he attempt to conceal his sacks?
2. The man had oars to row her over.
The man had doors to row her rover.
3. Can there be an aim more lofty?
4. The judges ought to arrest the culprits.
5. His ire burned when she told him her age.
7. He was trained in the religion of his fathers.
Bravely o'er the boisterous billows,
2. Can craven cowards expect to conquer the country?
"Firm-paced and slow, a horrid front they form,
6. The flaming fire flashed fearfully in his face.
7. The glassy glaciers gleamed in glowing light.
8. How high his honors heaved his haughty head!
9. He drew long, legible lines along the lovely landscape.
10. Masses of immense magnitude move majestically through the vast empire of the solar system.
11. Round the rough and rugged rocks the ragged rascal ran.
12. The stripling stranger strayed straight toward the struggling stream.
13. She uttered a sharp, shrill shriek, and then shrunk from the shriveled form that slumbered in the shroud.
14. For fear of offending the frightful fugitive, the vile vagabond ventured to vilify the venerable veteran.
Amidst the mists, with angry boasts,
16. Peter Prangle, the prickly prangly pear picker, picked three pecks of prickly prangly pears, from the prangly pear trees, on the pleasant prairies.
17. Theophilus Thistle, the successful thistle sifter, in sifting a sieve full of unsifted thistles, thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb; now, if Theophilus Thistle, the successful thistle sifter, in sifting a sieve full of unsifted thistles, thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb, see that thou, in sifting a sieve full of unsifted thistles, thrust not three thousand thistles through the thick of thy thumb. Success to the successful thistle sifter. We travel sea and soil; we pry, we prowl; We progress, and we prog from pole to pole.