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

MODES OF ENUNCIATION, ETC.           133

A third teacher recommends Ms pupils to practise
forceful articulation with the foBowiag alliterative

sentences:                                              *

"EXEBCXSB  I

" Balmy breezes bore my bark beneath balconies and bridges,
by balustrades and barges, where boys bowed becomingly to
beauties; but Bill the boatman bumped the boat against
the breastwork of the breakwater,

" i. Take in a long, deep breath*

11 a, Say as much m possible without breathing again*

"3. Practice it til 'the whole can be said two or three times
In one breath,

"4. Hit the Fs hard

"N.B,   These directions will apply to the               which

follow.

11 EXERCISE II

11 Call clearly Colonel Campbell commanding a com-
pany of Canadians to conceal the cannons, combustibles ~~

commodities curiously cut  in a cave, coveted with cactus

cucumbers, and cry * Come, come, come/

"EXBKCBHS   III

11 Do, Daddy, do, dance drolly and delightfully down the
drawing-room with dear, dry, old, David Dandy.

" EXBRCX&S  IV

11 Fie, Fanny, fie I forfeited figs, freely forfeited, for
folks, should ia iac            find Itit for forty-five feeble folks

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