Start Date: July 22, 2011
Finish Date: August 6, 2011
Here a brief summary of that lesson:
Vowels: "oo" words, oy or oi words, ou words, and au words
Endings: -ch and -sh
Suffixes: -able, -ible, -ble, -ability, and -ibility
Briefs: became, become, damage, inform, information, nobody, person, purpose, result, return, somebody, somehow, someone, something, sometime, somewhere
For the suffixes: -able, -ible, -ble, -ability, and -ibility, CRAH has a different suffix. For example -able = AEBL, -ible= EUBL, etc. I looked at other theories and they only have BL for both -able and -ible. Why make things more complicated? I could not figure out a conflict where I would have to know the difference (or the spelling). The same is true for -ability and -ibility, other theories use BLT for both.