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BÄR, LÄST, ¤ÂRE, FALL, WHAT; HÊR, PREY, THÈRE; ĞET; BIRD, MARÏNE: LINK;
SOUND FOLLOWED BY THAT OF 9 HARD (HEARD IN go, get) As in finger, linger, longer.
THE FOLLOWING HAVE THE SIMPLE SOUND.
hãng er sing ing
hãng man sing
strung string' ing
hang' ings sung
spring' ing thong
IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, ʼn ALONE REPRESENTS THE SOUND
OF ng, AND IS MARKED THUS, n.
MOVE, SỎN, WOLF, FOOT, MOON, ÔR; RȚLE, PULL; EXIST; ¤=K; &=J; $=Z; ÇH=su.
IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS THE d, t AND u, PREFERABLY TAKE
The lungs are the organs of respiration. If any substance, except air, is inhaled and comes in contact with the lungs, we instantly cough. This cough is an effort of nature to free the lungs.
A finger signifies a taker, as does fang. We take or catch things with the fingers, and fowls and rapacious quadrupeds seize other animals with their fangs.
A pang is a severe pain; anguish is violent distress.
A lecture is a discourse read or pronounced on any subject; it is also a formal reproof.
The errors of a young man are the ruin of business.
Discourage cunning in a child; cunning is the ape of wisdom.
BÄR, LAST, CARE, FALL, WHAT; HER, PREY, THERE; GET; BIRD, MARINE; LINE;
Whatever is wrong is a deviation from right, or from the laws of God or man.
Anger is a tormenting passion, and so are envy and jealousy. To be doomed to suffer these passions long, would be as severe a punishment as confinement in the State's prison. An anglicism is a peculiar mode of speech among the English. Love is an agreeable passion, and love is sometimes stronger than death.
How happy men would be if they would always love what is right and hate what is wrong.
It is very useful to bread to knead it well.
know' er know' ing know' ing ly - knowl' edge
The original signification of knave was a boy; but the word now signifies a dishonest person.
A knout is an instrument of punishment, consisting of a nar: row strap of leather which inflicts severe torture.
MOVE, SÓN, WOLF, FOOT, MOON, ÔR; RULE, PULL; EXIST; ¤=K;&=J; 6=Z; ÇH=SH.
IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, ch HAVE THE SOUND OF sh, AND
IN MANY OF THEM HAS THE SOUND OF e LONG.
IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, THE VOWEL α IN THE DIGRAPH eα, HAS NO SOUND, AND e IS EITHER SHORT, OR PRONOUNCED LIKE e IN term; THUS, bread, tread, earth, dearth, ARE PRONOUNCED bred, tred, erth, derth,
BÄR, LAST, €ÂRE, FALL, WHAT; HER, PREY, THÊRE; ĜET; BĨLD, MARÏNE; LINK;
IN THE FOLLOWING, 9 IS SILENT.
P stands for past tense; PPR. for participle of the present tense.
IN THE FOLLOWING, THE SOUND OF 9 IS RESUMED.
WORDS IN WHICH e, i, AND 0, BEFORE 2, ARE MUTE.
THOSE WITH ANNEXED, ARE, OR MAY BE USED AS VERBS, ADMIT TING ed FOR THE PAST TIME, AND ing FOR THE PARTICIPLE.
black' en, v
bắt ten, v
běck' on, v.
but' ton, v. broad' en, v.
bûr den, v.