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The Structure And Use Of The Vocal Organs, And The Means Of Securing Distinct Articulation.

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sound of S, allow the breath to escape in a continuous controlled stream along the shallow channel.
She sells sea shells on the sea-shore.
The Voiced Dental Z.—As S, with vibration added.
The frolic wind that breathes the spring, Zephyr with Aurora playing.
87.  The Non-voiced Dental SH.—The tip of the
tongue should be made to lightly touch the hard palate at a point a little further back than for 8, the body of the tongue should be raised higher than for S, so that the sides touch the upper gums at the side and back. The teeth should be slightly separated, and the lips protruded and well apart. To make the sound of SH, allow the breath to escape in a continuous controlled stream along the centre of the tongue. By adding a T sound GH, as in change, is produced.
Should such a shapely sash such shabby stitches show A saddle-shaped surface.
The Voiced Dental ZH.—As SH, with vibration added By adding a D sound J, as in June, is produced.
He wants both leisure and occasion.
88.  The Lisp.—The lisp may be said to be one of the most usual faults of articulation ; it is due to a faulty ad­justment of the teeth and tongue; sometimes to faulty dentition. It is heard on all the 8 sounds, and also on the TH, R, and other sounds.
The following exercises are recommended:—
89.  Lisp Exercises.—Join the teeth carefully with the fingers at the most natural position of the " bite." Keep