This section is from the "A Shorter Course in Munson Phonography" book, by James E. Munson. Also available from Amazon: A Shorter Course in Munson Phonography

236. The diphthong-sign I, with the first part shaded, represents the long dot-vowels followed by I, as follows :

First-Place. - Put in the place of a it represents a-I, as in hurrahing.

Second-Place. - Put in the place of a it represents a-I, as in grayish.

Third-Place. - Put in the place of e it represents e-I, as in deity.

237. The same sign inverted, with the last part shaded, represents the long dot-vowels preceded by I, as follows :

First-Place. - Put in the place of a it represents I-a, as in piano.

Second-Place. - Put in the place of a it represents I-a, as in opiate.

Third-Place. - Put in the place of e it represents I-e, as in minutioe.

238. This same reversed sign, made light throughout, represents the short dot-vowels preceded by I, as follows :

First-Place. - Put in the place of a it represents I-a, as in piazza.

Second-Place. - Put in the place of e it represents I-g, as in acquiesce.

Third-Place. - Put in the place of I it represents I-I, as in varying.

239. The diphthong-sign 01, with the first part shaded, represents the long dash-vowels, followed by I, as follows :

First-Place. - Put in the place of a (aw) it represents a-I, as in drawing.

Second-Place. - Put in the place of 6 it represents o-i, as in showy.

Third-Place. - Put in the place of o (oo) it represents o-I, as in Louis (loo-I).

240. This sign reversed, with the last part shaded, written in the second-position represents i-o, as in folio.

241. This same reversed sign, made light throughout, represents the short dash-vowels, preceded by I, as follows :

First-Place. - Put in the place of 6 it represents i-o, as in periodic.

Second-Place. - Put in the place of u it represents I-i, as in odium.

Third-Place. - Put in the place of 9 (6*6) it represents ĭ-o, as in few (being the true diphthong ew).

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Also see:

- The Large Circle.
- In The Middle Of Outlines.
- Phonography. Lesson I.
- At The Beginning Of Outlines.
- Final-Hooks.
- The Large Loop.