Catch-Hanger Fallcaster had been a teacher. She had taught Russian to Germans. And certainly before the VUE, she would never have admitted to a great knowledge of ornithology.
Catch Hanger Fallcaster: "Stork, heron, swallow, sparrow, swift, penguin, cassowary..."
The VUE had made Catch-Hanger three inches taller, paraylsed her index fingers and improved her eyesight. She now taught Abcadefghan to anyone who wanted to learn. Abcadefghan is often used in the preparation of papers on engineering, metallurgy and radiophonics. It is said that Laps and Finns can understand Abcadefghan, which, in itself, is not that scientifically valuble since there aren't that many technical-papers in these languages.
Catch-Hanger has translated Tulse Luper's 'Birds of the Northern Hemisphere', establishing a definitive pronunciation of the Abcadefghan equivalents for the Falconidae. She has also started work on a Abcadefghan English language primer that is based substantially on the three nursery rhymes, 'Goosey, Goosey, Gander', 'Who Killed Cock-Robin?', and 'I Shot a Little Duck'.
The Falls Biographies
Constance Ortuist Fallaburr
Appis (Arris) Fallabus
Ipson & Pulat Fallari
Bird Raspara Fallicutt
Sallis Pino Fallpinio
Erhaus Bewler Falluper