io8 SYSTEMS OF TREATING STAMMERING
pounded relative to the subject -mat tor in the
exercises. The following typical to
the exercise given on icy ;
" What offence had the empcw'a f M
" Who interceded on the servant** ? "
" What is a mandarin ? * *
" Approximately, what words did the in
addressing the emperor ? **
" What was the emperor'* ? "
" With what words, approximately. Aid lt»
the servant? "
" To whom, however, was ho really ? M
" What effect did the words haveun the ? " Kic.^tc,
Brief replies are usually prohibited :
"The answer must not be t mw ftf um
word only, but must contain the whoh* ipir^iioii , lor rxwitujiii*,
if I ask, *How are you to-day ?' the not In*, ' Well * ;
but/Iamwell to-day, thank you.1, . , A* a «l
in these answers the slightest 4if nwi tie
permitted, but in case there Is, the be
unto it is produced fluently,"
DeMng words Is another popular :
"'What is a house?1 — * A building that AH
" 'What is a rose? '— "The mm in a for it*
beauty and scent ; It m called the queen «rf the
A Belgian teacher employs that
the accentuation of different words in the reply. Fur