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what new-fangled notions, 6-10


Why are you any?



My whip.
My mouth.

The arm.
My whim.



How willful you are!
The olive.
Will you move the olive?
Will you move?

How far off will you be?

How high will you be?






We were on the high bluff by the river.
The far river view.

Were you in the blue room?

How few are here!


derivations 6-10 (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

Sixth Expression (6)
The mouth assumes a somewhat square appearance when sounding sh.
4.2.6 = fish

Seventh Expression (7)
The lips are lightly closed before making the sounds represented by p, b, and m.
6.3.7 = sharp
7.2.4 = beef
7.3.2 = my

Eighth Expression (8)
The point of the tongue is raised to the upper gum when the sound of L is made. As the voice must come out both sides of the tongue, the teeth are well separated.
8.2.7 = lip

Ninth Expression (9)
The entire edge of the tongue is put up to the upper gum when N is sounded. As the voice goes through nose and not out of the mouth, the teeth are nearer together than for L and thus the mouth is elongated but not nearly as much so as for Expression 2nd.
4.3-2.9 = fine

Tenth Expression (10)
R, er, ir, ur, unaccented a, a at the end of words, as in sofa, and short u, give a movement to the cheeks.
4.2.10 = fear

23 December 2013

bluffs; olives; whims
Lillie Eginton Warren