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di gress di gest De pict
The first syllable long, the second short. Se dan Ide sert de test
re scind re cant de fect re pent
Pro fess re past
de scend Ide scent re fract
re flect de tract re ject
di rect pro pense re quest
di vest fo ment re tract
re spect de cant re gret
be long re fresh
be yond re lapse
re solve be chance pre vent e clipse re volve
De mur e rect re sent be twixt
re flux e vent
re trench re miss re sult de fend re venge
re fund Jre verse re fit de duct
re pel re print re turn de fence se lect
pre judge re lent
be come be hest
le nough The broad sound of the vowels and diphthongs.
The first syllablo short. Ap pal la dorn with draw la void ap plaud Per form in form a ward ex tort ldis tort
em ploy ex hort
A mount en join a broad
Mis cal ab hor in stall
ap point ex ploit
de pend de serve
pre dict re sist
dis joint in join
Dis join' pur loin a round mis count
tur moil ja rouse Sur mount
Al low Ex pound sur round sub join a loud Dis count un sound
The first syllable 'ong. Re call fe tort de spoil [be foul be fall de form
re coin re nounce re form
moir' re dound re ward
re morse de void re doubt de fraud
re join re bound e clat
de stroy Pro found de vout be daub re coil pro nounce de vour de bauch sphe' roid pro pound e spouse re sort de voir Re nown
re sound be sought re joice
de nounce The middle sound of the vowels and diphthongs.
The first syllable short. A larm
Em bark rack oon jim prove a part
en large shal loon in trude Dis arm Bab oon ap prove
Buf foon dis bark bal loon Fes toon un do dis card drag oon Dis prove un truth
The first syllable long. De part Where to be hoovere move be calm Fore warn be fool
lje june re gard fore doom re proof de trude re mark. Be hoof here to
re cruit re tard be took re prove
moy ed prov ed
mu sed u sed
When the verbal termination ed, is not preceded by d or t, the e is almost universally silent: as loved, filled, barred, saved, &c. which , are pronounced as if written lovd, filld, barrd, savd, &c.
When d or i precedes ed, the e is fully pronounced; as, added, divided, commanded, waited, &c.
Words ending in cd.
Pronounced as one syllable. / Beg'ged crown ed sa ved bri bed swell ed drown ed call ed Iti red
lov ed warm ed kill ed rub bed form ed
sow ed: liv ed scrub bed pleas ed show ed
seal ed rais ed
d sounded like t. Ask' ed perch ed cross ed scorch ed hatch ed stitch ed drop ped talk ed scratch ed fix ed hop ped reach ed thatch ed mix ed llock ed
preach ed thrash ed miss ed
screech ed dress ed wish ed work ed crouch ed press ed [whip ped spla ced
ked Pronounced as two syllables. Dread' ed Icard ed past ed. load ed mend ed
cart ed feast ed mould ed tempt ed part ed seat ed scold ed ha ted
treat ed count ed sift ed Isha ded Imind ed shout ed last ed tast ed slight ed
pound ed wait ed light ed
halt ed crab bed
ed want ed
Progressive. # Words of one, two, sc. syllables cumbined, to which the child my attach some ideas Weir import : they are also suitable examples for illustrating the principles of grammar. A cheerful boy.
A tidy girl. A kind friend.
A good neighboar. A frosty morn.
A rainy day, An early spring
A hot summer. A cool autumn.
A severe winter. A sweet blossom.
A pretty daisy. A tall woman.
A good figure. A high steeple
A large belfry. A fine sample.
A blue ribbon. A deep valley.
A lofty mountain. A kind mother.
A tender father., A loving brother.
A friendly sister. A trusty servant.
A kind master.
A pleasant town.
The modest lily.
A basket of currants. A barrel of cider.
A gallon of spirits. The bull bellows.
The lion roars.
The black bird sings.
Water the plants.
Make a nosegay.
Progressive. Lemons are sour.
Honey is sweet. Silver is white.
Gold is yellow. Millers grind wheat. Baker's make bread. Farmers raise grain.
Tailors make clothes. Drapers sell cloth.
Cobblers mend shoes. The turkey gobbles.
The hen cackles. The swallow twitters. The mor:key chatters. The quail whistles. The partridge drums. Wash the linen,
Dry the towels. Shut the door.
Open the windows. Sweep the floor.
Dust the carpet. Light the lamp.
Make the fires. Bring the snuffers.
Snuff the candles. Boil some coffee.
Get the table. Broil some chickens. Carve the fowls. Hold the pitcher.
Pour some cider. Break some biscuit. Spread the butter. Bake some puddings. Roast soine mutton, Fry some oysters.
Get some sallad. Weed the garden.
Pick some parsley. Bring the basket.
Gather some peaches. 'I'he spring is pleasant. The summer is warm. The rain descends.
The water flows.. The valleys are fertile.
The flowers are fragrant. The season is fruitful.
The harvest is ripe. The climate is mild.
The autumn is cool. The winter is severe. The trees are leaflesg. Man is mortal.
Death is certain. Youth is fleeting
Virtue procures friends. Pools hate knowledge. Sluggards love sleep.