certain cases held the place that is now occupied
as in Menerua, leber, magester,
and Dioue victore
in place of Dioui victori.
It is sufficient for me to
give a mere indication as regards these points, for I
am not teaching, but merely advising those who
have got to teach. The next subject to which attention must be given is that of syllables, of which I will
speak briefly, when I come to deal with orthography.
Following this the teacher concerned will note
the number and nature of the parts of speech,
although there is some dispute as to their number.