... but before the voice can get a passage through the lips, the under jaw is drawn near to the upper in the same position as when the vowel eis formed; and ... The diphthong ii of the sounds 3a#39; and 6; the former so rapidly uttered, and falling so quickly into the sound 8, that its-own distinct power is not ... The diphthong oi or oyanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Rhetorical Grammar of the English Language. Calculated Solely for the Purposes of Teaching Propriety of Pronunciation, and Justness of Delivery, in that Tongue, by the Organs of Speech. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.|
|Author||:||Thomas Sheridan (M.A., Teacher of Elocution.)|