The Spelling-book Superseded; Or, A New and Easy Method of Teaching the Spelling, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Etymology of All the Difficult Words in the English Language: With Exercises on Verbal Distinctions
Marcus, 1865 - 288 pages
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abridgment accent accessary affix or termination animal Anno Mundi Aphaeresis apocope applied Asafoetida author's Dictionary beat called carry cast Chou Chough Chyle cloth colour Compare consonant corn denotes derived desert Diaeresis diphthong double Drachm English English language etymology example EXERCISES fish following words foot foreign French give Gout Grace Greek hand head Hence Honorable horse implies IRREGULAR SOUNDS kind Knight language Latin and Greek Laudanum letter literally Lord ment metathesis Mould ness nouns observed one's original Orthoepy orthography participle person plain Pleonasm plural Post Meridiem preceding prefix preposition pronounced pronunciation properly means proverb pupils Queen Regnant refer root rule Saltpetre sentence ship signify spelling spelling-book syllable synonymous tAat teacher tendency term thing tion tree verbs vowel vulgar weight wood words ending Worshipful write young