EXERCISE 1. Long Vowels.
Vowels placed at the left side of an upright or sloping consonant, or above a horizontal, are read before the consonant. Vowels placed at the right side of an upright or sloping consonant, or below a horizontal, are read after the consonant.
The student is directed by small capital letters when to write the consonants sh, l, r, and h downward. Grammalogues and contractions are printed in italic.
1 pa, palm, paw, pall, pawnee, pawed, pay, paid, pale,
2 page, pane, pooh, ope, pope, poke, pole, poRe, bay, babe,
3 bake, bait, bale, bailee, bathe, bane, beau, boat, bowl,
4 boRe, boo, bee, bought, eat, ate, oat, tea, toe, toad, tome,
5 toll, tollage, toRe, Tay, tape, take, tame, tail, taRe, awed,
6 ode, day, date, dado, dame, dale, daRe, do, doe, dote,
7 dodo, dole, dome, dooR, donate, donee, aid, Dee, each,
8 chew, choke, jay, Jake, jail, jaw, Joe, Job, joke, Jew, age,
9 caw, Coe, cope, code, coach, coke, comb, coal, coRe, cocoa,
10 coo, Kay, cape, Cato, Cade, cage, cake, came, kale, oak.