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Shall piace the accent over the accented syllable or syllables cach word, both principal and secondnary, for the ease, facility and convenience of both teachers and learners.

It is to be hoped, that the parents and guardians of children, will be particularly careful in having them made acquainted with accent, lest they should be neglected in this very importat part and indeed the soul) of pronunciation.

By attending to the rules already laid down, and to the mode which will be followed in the execution of the ending work, children will be made acquainted, imperceptibly, with the accent

TABLE, I.

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dane dare date dine dole daine rate ride ripe rite robe rode rope rote rude rule sale

dar dat din dol dam rat rid rip rit rob rod rop rot rud rul sal sam

tur

her
hid
hop
kin
kit
lad
sid
sin
Sur
tal
tan
tob
tar
tid
til
tim
tin
ton

here hide hope kine kite lade side sine: Surs tale tama tope tare tide tile time tine tone

pune
pate
pilo
pine
polo
porc
top:
tube
tunc
use
vale
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vile
vine
vote
waila
ware
wine

us val van

ril

vin vot wad War win

same

TABLE II.

Vords of one syllable, alike in sound and natural to the ear; arabic

therefore, easy to be spelled and pronou uced.
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קוין

nan

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SECTICN 4.

Bond. fond hope mope Cap gap map tap

ball hall lace mace dip hip nip

book cook rake make fan man

pan

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hot
pot
sot Land

sand

popo rope in pin win sin pail nail

pace ink link pink wink hook look snake

wake Easy lessons of one syllable, of things most natural and common

to children

got

race

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Familiar words of two syllables accented on the first syllable.

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god ly gold finch gos pel grate ful

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fil let

fi nal . fir ing flan nel flat ter floun der fod der fog gy

cru el cut ler con cord

gra vy gul let gun ner Ham let ham mer hand ful

fol ly.

con quer con quest craf ty cra zy Dar ling di al di et din ner doc tor

ad vent al ter ar bor art ful art less Back ward ba ker bal lad bar ber bar rel bash ful bet ter bit ter bri er brim stone bro ken bus kin but ter Cab bage ca per car rot cham ber chan nel chap ter chap man chil dren

fop pish fo rest fro zen fu el fun nel fur long Gal loni gal lop

han dy һар ру hang er hard ship har dy har lot

har per

dung hill El bow em bers em blem en ter

hart burn har vest

has ty

e vil

hat chet

Fac tor fag got

game ster gam mon gan der gar den gar land gar ment gar ret gar ter

help ful

fan cy

her mit hin der hin drance ho ly home ley

fan tom far mer fa tal fat ling fe male fin der fen nel

hope ful

cler gy

gen try gi ant gib bet gip sy glim mer glit ter glo ry glut ton

eof fin

hor net hor rid horse maja host ler hun dred

col lege

fe ver

og fort

od ler

B2

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lat ter let ter luc ky Mam mon

wo ful wor ship won der

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pen cil

tum bler

a dore

dis use

ab rupt

a far

di rect dis arm

a noint

dis join

TABLE IV.
Familiar words of two syllables accented on the sesond syllable,
A base
ad dress be lief

dis tort
ab hor
ad journ
be lieve

dis tract
a bide
ad mit
be long

dis turb
a bout

be love
a broad
a dorn
be neath

di vert
be set

di vine
ab sent
af fair

be side
af firm

be speak a part

dis band a gainst

be twixt a larm

be wail ap prove

dis count
a rise
a like

Com pound
iar rest
al lude com pel

dis like
as pire

a long com ply is tray

com pose

dis miss
2 tone
a mends

com pute
at tack
a midst

con cert
at temts a mong

con duct

De scribe (void Be cause

de sire be come

dis praise 2 wake be fore de tect

Ef fect al' solve be have de vise e lope be head dis robe

em balm v dist

dis sent

em bark

dis may

a maze

dis own dis pel dis place dis play dis pose

a vail

a muse

3 wait

de spite de stroy

dis prove

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