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|Statement||by Alfred Ayres; adapted for use in Canadian school by T. C. L. Armstrong.|
|Series||Ontario textbook collection (University of Western Ontario)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
THE VERBALIST. A—An. The second form of the indefinite article is used for the sake of euphony only. Herein everybody agrees, but what everybody does not agree in is, that it is euphonious to use an before a word beginning with an aspirated h, when the accented syllable of the word is the second. The author addresses a number of issues in German and general phonology, using a specific problem in German phonology (the ach/ich alternation) as a springboard. These issues include especially the naturalness, or lack thereof, of the prescriptive standard in German, and the importance of colloquial pronunciations, as well as historical and dialect evidence, for .
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The orthoëpist: a pronouncing manual containing about four thousand five hundred words, including a considerable number of the names of foreign authors, artists, etc. that are often mispronounced by Alfred Ayres. The Verbalist A Manual Devoted to Brief Discussions of the Right and the Wrong Use of Words and to Some Other Matters of Interest to Those Who Would Speak and Write with Propriety.
Alfred Ayres The title-page sufficiently sets forth the end this little book is Author: Alfred Ayres. Located in London, Ontario and founded inThe University of Western Ontario is one of Canada's oldest universities.
Western is committed to its mission of providing the best student experience among Canada's leading research-intensive universities. A vibrant centre of. Get this from a library. The orthoëpist: a pronouncing manual containing about three thousand five hundred words, including a considerable number of the names of foreign authors, artists, etc., that are often mispronounced.
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The Orthoëpist: Containing a Selection of All Those Words of the English Language Usually Pronounced Improperly, With a Reading Exercise Following Each Letter, Including in It All the Words to Be Found in the Preceding Vocabulary: Appended is a List of.
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