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VÄR, LÅST, € îrf, FALL, WIĄT; uỆN, PREY, THÊRE; GET; bī:N, MAHÏNE; LINK; We sweat through the pores.
Cumberland road leads from BaltiThe Hudson is the principal river more to Wheeling. of New York.
King David rodle upon a mule. A man of good principles merits our Watt Tyler made a great rout in esteem.
England. There is no profit in profane swear. The Israelites took their route ing.
through the wildernessof Arabia. The prophet Daniel was a prisoner Children often learn the alphabet by in Babylon.
rote before they know the letters. Panel doors are more expensive Oliver Goldsmith wrote several good than batten doors.
histories. The court impanc jurors to judge Paste is made of rye fiour. causes in court.
Children makewry faces when they God sends his rain on the just and eat sour grapes. unjust.
A. roe deer has no horns. Horses are guided by the reins of Corn is planted in rows. the bridle.
Oarsmen now boats with oars. Queen Victoria reigns over Great The joiner rabbets boards. Britain.
Rabbits are lively animals. The barber shaves with
The river Danube runs into the Farmers are raisers of grain.
Black sea. The Laplander wraps himself in furs Owls can not see well when the sun in the winter.
shines. When we wish to enter a house, we Sealsare caughtin the southern seas. rap at the door.
We seal letters with wafers and Reeds grow in swamps.
sealing-wax. We should read the Bible with serio Masons ceil with lime-mortar. ousness.
A plastered ceiling looks better than We should often think upon what a ceiling made of boards. we have read.
We have never seen a more dazA hyacinth is a large red flower. zling object than the sun. Nero wreaked his malice upon the A thunder-storm is a sublime scene. Christians.
Fishermen catch sbad in seines. Brutus held up the dagger reeking The city of Paris stands on the river with the blood of Lucretia.
Seine. We rest on beds.
John Smith, Senior, iş father to The English wrested Gibraltar from John Smith, Junior. the Spauiards.
The Grand Seignior of Turkey is an Rice grows in warm climates.
absolute monarchi. The rise of the Missouri is in the The sun seems to rise and set. Rocky Mountains.
Neat sewers make handsome seams. Ladies are fond of gold rings. Sheep-shearers shear the sheep. The bell rings for church.
When the wolf sees the sleep well Washerwomen wring clothes. guarded he sheers oft. Riggers rig vessels.
Waves dash against the shore. Hannibal crossed the Alps in the When ship-builders build vessels rigor of winter.
they shore them up with props. Baptism is a rite of the Christian The writor signs hispame. church.
Heavy clouds are signs of rain. It is not right to pilfer.
Mankind slay cach other in cruel Wheelwrights make carts and wag. wars.
A sleigh runs on snow and ice.
MOVE, SÓS, WOLF, FOUT, MOON, Ôn; EILE, PILL; EXIST; €=K; đ==J;
-d; =2; çi=8i!. Children should never slight their Ladies wear sashes round the waist. parents.
Foolish children waste their time in Indians live in very slight buildings. idleness. Some have a good sleight at work. Time waits for no one. A sloe is a black wild plum. Butter is sold by weight. The sloth is slow in moving. Earthen warc is baked in furnaces. The lark soars into the sky
A Turk wears a turban instead of a A boil is a sore swelling.
hat. A sower sows his seeds.
Sickness makes the body weak. We have all some knowledge. Seven days constitute one weck. The sum of four and five is nine. We weiył gold and silver by Troy The sole of a shoe is the bottom. weight. The sun is the sole cause of day. The way of a good man is plain. Our souls are inmortal.
The weather is colder in America Tents are fastened with stakes. than in the same latitudes in EuBeef-steaks are good food.
rope. - A wise son makes a glad father.” Wether sheep make the best mutWithout the sun all animals and ton. vegetables would die.
Men have a great toe on each foot. The Jews were not permitted to llorses tow the canal boats. have stairs to their altars.
Tow is hatcheled from flax, The owl stures at tlie moon.
Good scholars love their books. Let not children stare at strangers. There are no tides in the Baltic sea. Stiles are steps over fences. Women wear vails. Goldsmith wrote in a plain style. The valley of the Mississippi is the Saul threw his javelin at David. largest vale in the United States. The Israelites went through the sea. The vene shows which way the Tures grow among wheat.
wind blows. Grocers subtract the tare from the Arterios convey the blood from the gross weight.
heart and veins. Never tear your clothes.
A vial of laudanum. The plumb-line langs straight to- A base-viol is a large fiddle, and a
ward the center of the earth. violin is a small one. The straits of Gibraltar separate We shed tears of sorrow when we Spain from Morocco.
lose our friends. Surcor a man in distress.
Ships often carry two ticis of guns. Suckers sprout from the root of an A teain of horses will travel faster old stock.
than a team of oxen. Shoemakers drive tacks into the Farmers rejoice when their farms heels of shocs.
teem with fruits. People pay a heavy tax.
The tile is caused by the attraction Lions have long bushy tails.
of the sun and moon. The tule of Robinson Crusoe is a A black ribbon tied on the left arm celebrated romance.
is a badge of mourning.
Many things are possible which are not practicable. That is
possible which can be performed by any means; that practicable wbich can be performed by the means which are
in our power, Bank notes are redeemable in cashı.
BÄR, LÅST, CÂBE, FALL, WHAT; BĒR, PREY, TUÊRE; GET; BĪRD, MARINE, LINK,
WORDS OF IRREGULAR ORTHOGRAPHY
girl sērl should shood many měn ny firm fèrmo debt dět de mesne demeen' ghost găst phlegm fěm ba teau ba to' corps kore croup kroop beau bo ache ake tomb toom beaux böze half häf womb woom
käf wolf woolf been
bin calve käv yacht yot bu ry
Wŭu dough do bu ri al běr' e al once
wŭnçe neigh na biz' zy done dủp sleigh slä isle ile gone gaun weigh wa
wā is land i land
folks fokes gauge gåge does dūz ra tio rā' sho bough bou says
sez va lise va lēçe slough slou said sēd o cean o'shun doubt dout lieu lū could kood is sue ish' shy a dieu
would wood tis sue třsh'shu
bus i ness bus i ly
biz ness biz i ly kûr ne! hö' boy
tlam beau flăm' bo
right eous rī chus co lo nel
in veigh masque måsk
sur tõot' sou, sous soo
ron do' guit ar git är Women
wim' en bis cuit bís' kit shoog ar
cir cuit sír kit vis count
vi' kount sal mon ap ro pos ap ro po
sắm on โs muS
MQPF, sox, wolf, FÕOT, moon, ôr; RỊLF, PULL; EXIST ; €=K;&=J; $=2; çu=en
neigh bor nā' bor
mort gage môr' gaje piq uant pik' ant
seign ior piq uan çy pik' an çy se ragl io
se răl' yo ptis an
ăs' må phthis ic
tỉz ik sol dier
beau te ous bū' te us vict uals vít tls bdel lium děl'
yum ca tarrh
ka tär ca noe ka não pty a lism tī' a lişm ti' a lişm plaid
plăd brunette bru nět' schism sizm
feoff ment fef' ment in debt ed in dět' ed hal cy on lieu ten ant lu těn' ant mis tle toe mỉz zl to
ka drill psal mo dy săl' mo dy pneu mat ic nu măt ik bal sam ic băl să m'ik
IN THE FOLLOWING, I IS SILENT.
hă” se on
THE FOLLOWING END WITH THE SOUND OF f. chough rough cough [eauf] clough slough
trough (trauf hough e nough läugh släf]
h AFTER 7 IS SILENT. rheum
rhu' barb rheu măt' ie
rhět' o rie rheu' ma tism rhăp' so dy rhõme
rhi noç' e ros
Bär, LÅST, Cîre, F.\LL, WIAT; n E, Prey, TIÊLE; GET; BĪCD, MANŽNE; LINK;
1 BEFORE IS SILENT IN THE FOLLOWING.
quälm ish be .eälm älms house
psälm ist bälm
älms giv ing hõlm
IN THE FOLLOWING, geon AND gion ARE PRONOUNCED AS jun ;
eon, As un; cheon, As chun ; geous AND gious, As jus. blūd' geon sûr' geon
pro di gious dŭd' geon sûr' geon çý
pūn' cheon gūd' geon dùn' geon
trūn' cheon bûr' geon pigeon
seŭtch' eon stûr' geon wid' ģeon
es eŭtch' eon le' gion
lùn cheon €ur mŭd' geon rē' ġion
eon tā ģioủs gộr geoŭs eon ta gion e grē' gious sae ri lē' ġious re li' ġion re li' gious ir re li' gioŭs
IN THE FOLLOWING, OU AND NU ARE PRONOUNCED AS aw, AND
gh ARE MUTE. bought ought
wrought brought sought naught fought thought fraught
IN THE FOLLOWING, de AT THE END OF THE PRIMITIVE WORD
pïque har ăngue ăp o lógue cắto a lögue di' a logue