30. The learner should now commit to memory the remaining nine consonant-signs of the Phonographic Alphabet (page xvi ), in the same way that the first sixteen were memorized (17); that is, from Em to Hay inclusive, being the following characters :—

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31. Chay and Ree Distinguished. - When not joined with other stems, or one with the other, Chay and Ree are distinguished by difference of slant; Chay being written downward at an angle of sixty degrees, and Ree upward at an angle of thirty degrees; thus,—

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Reading Exercise.

Remark. The consonant-stems and vocalized words of this exercise are read in the same way as the stems and words in the reading exercise to Lesson I. (pages 5 and 6).

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Reading Exercise.

Remark. The consonant-stems and vocalized words of this exercise are read in the same way as the stems and words in the reading exercise to Lesson I. (pages 5 and 6).

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Writing Exercise.

32.   Write the consonant-stems indicated by each of the following names: Em, Hay, En, Ing, Lee (upward), Yay (downward), Er, Way, Ree (upward), Chay (downward), Em, Lee, Er, Ing, En, Yay, Way, Hay, Zhee, Ish, Yay, Lee, Vee, Thee, Ess, Ef, Chay, Ree, Zhee, Thee, Ish, Zee, Vee, Ess, Ef, Chay, Ree, Chay, Yay, Em, Way, Hay, En, Vee, Ef, Thee, Ith, Zee, Ess, Zhee, Ish, Er, Em, Lee, Ef, En, Ing, Vee, Pee, Bee, Chay, Jay, Tee, Dee, Kay, Gay.

33.   Write each of the following words on the line and in accordance with the rule at 29 : Mow (to cut grass), ohm (an electrical term), nay or neigh, lay, roe or row (as in "rowboat"), way or weigh, yea, hoe.