what new-fangled notions, 1-5
How are you?
Who are you?
Why are you?
How few we are.
derivations 1-5 (of 45) ex Lillie Eginton Warren (1859-1926), The Warren Method of Expression Reading and Numerical Cipher (1898)
Library of Congress copy PN4111 .W35
available via Internet Archive, digitized November 30, 2012
First Expression (1)
The mouth is more or less rounded when giving the sounds which are represented by the letters w, wh, (long) oo and (short) oo.
Second Expression (2)
The mouth is elongated when giving the sounds which are represented by the letters y, (long) e & (short) i.
1.2 = we
2.1 = you
Third Expression (3)
The mouth is opened in an expressive manner when giving the sounds represented by ah & (short) o.
2 - 1 = u
3 – 1 = w
3 - 2 = i
Fourth Expression (4)
The upper teeth approach or touch the lower lip in forming f & v.
1.2.4 = weave
Fifth Expression (5)
The tongue shows under or back of the teeth in forming th.
5.2.4 = thief
fews; hows; weaves; whos; whys; woofs
Lillie Eginton Warren