76 SYSTEMS OF TREATING STAMMERING ah-blah-ah-blee-ah-blay-ah-bloh-ah-blu. ah-plah-ah-plee-ah-play-ah-ploh-ah-plu. ah-flah-ah-flee-ah-flay-ah-floh-ah-flu. ahrvlah-ah-vlee-ah-vlay-ah-vloh-ah-vlu. ah-clah-ah-clee-ah-clay-ah-cloh-ah-clu.9' "Repeat Ha'over and over, hundreds of times." "The same way, repeat 'tdln, tdln, tdln !'" "Making syllables of these with the vowels, in order, repeat those syllables over and over, as in the following tables: Table i Table 2 ta-^te-ti-to-tu ta-da-la-na da-de-di-do-du te-de-le-ne Ia4e-li-lo-lu ti-di-li-ni na-ne-ni-no-nu to-do-lo-no tu-du-lu-nu " "Next, place 'ta' before the letters of the alphabet, and repeat them, over and over, as (ta-a, ta-b, ta-c, ta-d, ta-e, ta-f/ etc. "Place úta' before each word, going over whole pages in a reader suited to the student's advancement." Repeat the last two exercises, saying " ya " instead of " ta," and "pressing the tongue hard to place." We give on the following pages a few charts typical of those generally used with articulatory exercises. The charts are from four different sources. The symbols have been converted to conform to those previously employed. Exercises of this kind are practically numberless.