19. If a vowel-sign is written at the right of an upright or slanting consonant-stem, or below a horizontal stem, the consonant is read first and the vowel next.
20. If a vowel-sign is written at the left of an upright or slanting consonant-stem, or above a horizontal stem, the vowel is read first and the consonant next.
Remark i. The reading of the first part of this exercise consists in calling each of the consonant-stems by name.
Remark 2. The reading of the rest of the exercise consists in first pronouncing the names of the phonographic signs, consonant and vowel, of each word, and then pronouncing the word itself; thus, Pee-a, pay ; o-Tee, oat, etc.
21. Bay, Poe, ape, Fay, toe, age, Joe, ate or eight, dough or doe, ope, day, aid, though, say, ace, Coe.