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The American Spelling Book

Author : Noah Webster
ISBN : OCLC:837491718
Genre : English language
File Size : 90.78 MB
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Category: English language

The American Spelling Book

Author : Daniel Livesey
ISBN : 9780578550541
Genre : Education
File Size : 87.86 MB
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The American Spelling Book (The Blue Back Speller) was first published in 1783. It was destined to be the most used textbook in America. Over 100,000,000 copies of this book have been sold. Its impact on American culture and spelling have lingered to the present day. The American Spelling Book is still the most useful textbook for teaching children how to read. It is also essential to anyone who is studying early American History and the development of education in North America. This revised edition of the 1809 American Spelling Book faithfully captures the spirit of the original American Spelling Book while modernizing the typeset and spellings.
Category: Education

The New Instructor

Author : Asa Rhoads
ISBN : 1528500016
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 21.37 MB
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Excerpt from The New Instructor: Being the Second Part of the American Spelling-Book, Designed for the Use of Our Common Schools, and as an Easy Introduction to the Art of Spelling and Reading the English Language With Propriety; Comprising a Selection of More Than 3000 Words The typographical Chandlers, ufed to point out the different founds of the vowels, are termed long, lbort, broad, and grave. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Category: Self-Help

The Elementary Spelling Book

Author : Noah Webster
ISBN : 9781605209562
Genre : Reference
File Size : 38.36 MB
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The "father of American scholarship and education," American lexicographer NOAH WEBSTER (1758-1843) was an author whose astonishingly prolific career included numerous textbooks for elementary education. Prior to his works coming into wide use in the late 18th century, colonial and American students learned from primers imported from England. Webster single-handedly prompted a democratization of American English in how his textbooks taught American children to read, spell, and pronounce words, and in how he "Americanized" spelling, changing some c's to s's, dropping some l's and u's. Without Webster, George Bernard Shaw may never have been able to quip that England and America were two nations separated by a common language. Webster's basic textbook, first called The First Part of the Grammatical Institute of the English Language and later The American Spelling Book, became, in 1829, The Elementary Spelling Book. Though the book went through hundreds of editions, this replica edition represents the last, greatest, and arguably the most influential one. It is an extraordinary firsthand look at how American English was shaped.
Category: Reference

New Instructor

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ISBN : OCLC:1163590558
Genre : Readers
File Size : 84.2 MB
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American English Spelling

Author : D. W. Cummings
ISBN : 0801834430
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 23.42 MB
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In this study of the English language as it is spelled in America, D. W. Cummings demonstrates that behind the apparent disorder of spelling in American English lies a self-regulating and self-reorganizing system that is responsive to four kinds of imperative: phonetic, semantic, etymological, and systemic. Cummings offers a systematic theory of orthography and applies this theory to the American English vocabulary with numerous examples. Cummings also describes the explication of written words into their elements, particles, and processes, and he sets out the tactical and procedural rules that control the distribution and sequencing of vowels and consonants. In the largest section of the book, he provides an exhaustive description of the major and minor correspondences between the sounds of American English words and their spellings. An essential reference work, American English Spelling moves beyond questions of how words are spelled to an understanding of why they are spelled as they are.
Category: Business & Economics