On early English pronunciation, with especial reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer Volume 3; containing an investigation of the correspondence of ... present day, preceded by a systematic notati

 
9781130543919: On early English pronunciation, with especial reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer Volume 3; containing an investigation of the correspondence of ... present day, preceded by a systematic notati

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 Excerpt: ...foundacyon of frenche tunge and also of al other langages) fyrst I intende by the ayde and socour of the holy goost to treate how the lettres be wryten and sounded in frenche. 5f Of the soundynge of this lettre.A. in frenche. Tnis lettre.A. in frenche somtyme is put onely for a lettre. And somtyme it is put for this englysshe worde. hath. Whan it is put but for a lettre it is often sounded as this lettre e. as in this frenche worde, st aues1 vous: in englysshe, can ye. In whiche worde and many other as, barbe, and rayre. with other lyke this lettre. A. hath his soundc of this lettre.e. But in some countrees.A. is sounded with full sounde in lyke maner as it is wryten as, rayre, and suche other whan this lettre.A. is put for a worde it bctokeneth as moche in englysshe as this worde.hath. But some frenche men than adncx.d. withall as, ad. as il ad, he hath. But suche mancr of wrytynge is false, for this lettre. d. is not sounded nor pronounced in frenche, nor founde often wryten in the ende of ony worde. And though some wolde say in these frenche wordes, viande, meate. demande, enquyre or aske. and that,d. is sounded in ende of the worde, it is not so. for in these wordes and other lyke, suche as truly pronounce frenche resteth the sounde on the last letter of the worde whiche is.e.J and not.d. 10 1f Also in true frenche these wordes, auray, I shal haue. and, auroy, I had: be wryten without e in myddes of the worde, and in lykewysc be they sounded wj'tAout, e but in certayne countrees of fraunco in suche maner of wordes this lettre e is sounded and wryten in the myddes as thus, aueroy, aueroie: whiche is contrary bothe in the true wrytynge, and also to the true pronuncyacion of perfyte frenche.3 j How this lettre t ought to be wryten and sounded in frenche th...

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