what new-fangled notions, 41-45
Do you remember the multiplication table?
That will pave the way for you.
When I came I found your gate wide open.
I see you are inclined to be critical.
I have sold that house.
I went there yesterday.
Give me some simple story.
Can you swim? This is a sweet apple.
The bird flew swiftly over the water.
I caught a glimpse of you going around the corner.
Seeing is believing.
We crossed a ridge of the mountains.
We crossed a bridge over a stream.
At last we are home safe and sound.
derivations 41-45 (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
Fifteenth Expression (41-42)
Long a requires two movements. Its appearance differs from long I only in the mouth being not opened quite so widely. An expression similar to the Fourteenth is followed by a slight elongation of the mouth.
15.7 = ape
Sixteenth Expression (42-45)
The mouth assumes a somewhat smiling appearance when the sounds represented by S & Z are made.
13.6.7 = asp
Ch, soft g and j have the same appearance as sh (Expression sixth). The only difference is that Sh is formed more slowly than the other sounds.
6.15.9 = chain
184.108.40.206 = jaunt
gates; glimpses; kites, seeing is believing
Lillie Eginton Warren