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fault

straw gauze

raw

lawn broad caw

saw

crawl George

paw

draw

Proper diphthongs, in which both the vowels are sounded.

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Was wast

dirt shirt

bird squirt

wash want
wasp

what
¿ like u short.
flirt first
spirt stir

i like e short. firm girl gird girt

o like u short. glove some love

son nolie

word

birth mirth

skirt whirl

come done dove

work worm world

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Words containing consonants not sounded. Words with silent consonants, the vowel or diphthong having the short

or the middle sound. 6 silent

k

rock half Lamb back clock calm limb

black mock could dumb quack duck should thumb neck knit would crumb pick knot

w sick knock wrap gnat trick

1

wrist gnash | quick calf

wrong Words with silent consonants, the vowel or diphthong having the

long or the broad sound. b silent reign knee stalk Climb gnaw

knead yolk comb

k

2

folks 8 knife talk

gh sign know walk

high E sounds like long a in there, where; like short i in yes; and Hke u in her.

3

sight sigh taught dough bright thigh bought though fight eight

ought

W light neigh thought

write might straight bough wrote night caught plough sword Consonants, single and double, which have different sounds.

Single consonants.

c hard like k. Cash crum clash

scar crab

curd cling scum can cold

creep count call cool crawl

crown c soft like s. dance pence

since hence dunce fence prince whence lace nice

cease joice place price piece voice

g hard. glad gasp glass

grand grin gust

grass gland

& soft.

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| age s sharp.

dress

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gloss
goose

nurse purse seat sweet

straw

2, his heirs keys tease

thank think three throne

Than then they theirs

s flat like z. stairs leaves beds staves beans heads hares

pears please wares praise needs Double consonants.

th sharp. thick breath cloth thin health thing throw teeth north throat mouth south

TH flat. this

that baths thus them paths these thy clothes those thine smooth

ch like tsh. chin much rich chick such which

cheese coach peach | choice

couch reach ch like sh. bench tench French bunch stench chaise

ch like k. | chasm | scheme / school

gh and ph like f. cough phiz nymph laugh phrase soph

Charles charge chair child

inch pinch

chyle

rough tough

Easy progressive phrases and sentences, consisting of words of one

syllable.

* The combining of such words into phrases or sentences, as the learner bus previously spelled in a detached form, will aid him inaterially in acquiring the art of reading.

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Will he go?
Not to-day.
You can go.
Get my hat.
Put it on.
Let us go
A dim eye.

I can hop.

Will she comes
She will run. Go and ask.
We are in. By and by
It is odd. Do not stay.
All is well.

Let us try.
She is here. It is safe.
The red sky. A sly fox.

He is to go
It is my ox.

I am to be.

I am to go.
It is my hat.

It is my pen.

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