A guide to the English tongue.
|In two parts. The First proper for Beginners, shewing a Natural and Easy Method, to pronounce and express both Common Words, and Proper Names; in which particular Care is had to shew the Accent, for preventing Vitious Pronunciation. The Second for such as are advanc'd to some Ripeness of Judgment, containing Observations on the Sounds of Letters and Diphthongs; Rules for the true Division of Syllables, and the Use of Capitals, Stops, and Marks: With large Tables of Abbreviations, and Distinctions of Words; and several Alphabets of Copies for Young Writers. To which is now added, An Appendix, containing many additional Lessons, in Prose and Verse; First, in Words of one Syllable only; and then mix'd with Words of two, three, four, five, six and seven Syllables. By T. Dyche, Schoolmaster at Stratford Bow.
|Dyche, Thomas, d. ca. 1733
|Richard Ware, at the Bible and Sun in Amen-Corner, near Pater-Noster-Row
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