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Full text of "Stamering And Cognate Defects Of Speech Vol - Ii"

88        SYSTEMS OF TREATING STAMMERING

tongue slightly grooved; raise the velum, and emit the breath
with sufficient force to produce a sibilation at the forward part
of the tongue: finish the articulation by lowering the jaw and
withdrawing the tongue from the palate.

To form 2, proceed as for s, but vocalize the breath.
To produce sh, proceed as for s, but retract the point of the
tongue slightly, enlarge the concavity of the tongue, and
slightly arch its posterior portion.
To produce zh, vocalize sh.
To form ch (as in church) combine t with sh.
To form j, compound d and zh.

To produce th (as in thigh) place the tip of the tongue in
contact with the edge of the upper incisors; raise the velum,
and exhale with sufficient force to induce a fricative sound as
the breath passes over the lateral edges of the fore part of the
tongue: complete the articulation by depressing the lower
jaw and separating the tongue from the teeth.

To produce TH (as in thy) proceed as above, but vocalize
the breath.

To form the consonant Z, place the tip of the tongue in con-
tact with the palatal arch; raise the velum; emit and vocalize
the breath, which will pass over the lateral edges of the posterior
part of the tongue: complete the consonant by separating the
tongue from the palate.

To produce r, upturn slightly the tip of the tongue, and place
the lateral edges of the tongue lightly in contact with the
palate; raise the velum; emit and vocalize the breath, which
will vibrate the tip of the tongue: finish the articulation
by lowering the jaw and withdrawing the tongue from the
palate.

To form y, raise the body of the tongue till its lateral edges
are in contact with the palate and bicuspid teeth; raise the
velum; emit and vocalize the breath, which will pass through