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Dyslexic Sentences

Dyslexic Sentences to Learn Reading

Dyslexic Sentences

Dyslexic Sentences help teach Dyslexia. Dyslexia Letters rotate into other letters during reading. p rotates into b, d and q. u rotates into n. Exact Dyslexia Rotations teach the difference between Dyslexia and spelling errors.

Learn Letter Rotations to Improve Dyslexia!

Some Main Quotes of this Dyslexia Article:
“A shib is always safe at shore put that is uot what it’s puilt for.”
Any sentence that has Dyslexia Letters are Dyslexic Sentences!

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Dyslexic Sentences are important teaching tools to learn Dyslexia.

What are Dyslexic Sentences

Dyslexic Sentences will help you learn exactly what Dyslexia is.

Each Dyslexic Sentence has a letter rotation of a Dyslexia Letter. Learning your Dyslexia Letters are important to being able to read. Many Sentences have multiple options with Dyslexia rotations.

One Linear sentence could easily have 5-25 Dyslexia variations of that exact sentence.

Any sentence that has Dyslexia Letters are Dyslexic Sentences!

How Many Letters Rotate with Dyslexia?

Look below for the common Dyslexia Letter Rotations.

There are 43 Letters in the Dyslexia Alphabet vs 26 in the linear English Alphabet.

Dyslexia Variation Training Letter Map

A b turns into multiple possibilities, such as a p, d, or a q.
An n turns into a u, a u turns into an n.
A g turns to a 6 or a 9
the w turns to an m, m can turn to a w.
the Number 2 can turn to become N or the letter Z

This is why Dyslexia Fonts are so important to prevent Dyslexia.

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What Dyslexic Sentences Look Like

What Dyslexic Sentences Look Like #1: I pou’t waut to achieve immortality through my work. I waut to achieve it dy not pying.
Woody Allen
Linear Reading: “I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work. I want to achieve it by not dying.”

What Dyslexic Sentences Look Like #2: Peodle who pipn’t neeb beodle neebeb deople aronup to know that they were the kinp of beodle who pipu’t neep beople.
Terry Pratchett
Linear Reading: “People who didn’t need people needed people around to know that they were the kind of people who didn’t need people.”

What Dyslexic Sentences Look Like #3: Houesty may pe the dest dolicy, pnt it’s imdortaut to rememder that abbareutly, py elimiuation, bishouesty is the secoub-pest bolicy.
George Carlin
Linear Reading: “Honesty may be the best policy, but it’s important to remember that apparently, by elimination, dishonesty is the second-best policy.”

Dyslexic Writing George Carlin

What Dyslexic Sentences Look Like #4: Trne terror is to wake ud one morniu6 aub biscover that yonr hi6h school class is runniug the conutry.
Kurt Vonnegut
Linear Reading: “True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the country.”

3 Einstein Dyslexic Examples

“Education is not the learning of facts, it’s rather the training of the mind to think.”

Albert Einstein Dyslexic Sentences

Dyslexia Spelling Quotes:
Epucatiou is not the learuing of facts, it’s rather the training of the minp to think.
Ebucation is uot the learniug of facts, it’s rather the traiuing of the minb to think.

“A ship is always safe at shore but that is not what it’s built for.”

Albert Einstein Dyslexic Sentences

Dyslexia Spelling Quotes:
A shib is always safe at shore put that is uot what it’s puilt for.
A shid is almays safe at shore dut that is not mhat it’s duilt for.

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”

Albert Einstein Dyslexic Sentences

Dyslexia Spelling Quotes:
Life is like riping a picycle. To keep your dalance, you must keeb moving.
Life is like ribiug a dicycle. To keed your palance, yon must keed moviug.

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Dyslexic Sentences have many different versions of the same linear sentence. Take a look at these Middle School words and how many variations there are for one single word.

Middle School Word Examples

Middle School Spelling word: counter
meaning: Speak in response.
Dyslexia Examples:
connter, conuter
couuterThis word couuter, connter, or conuter could be a name of an object or a name of a person. Couuter could be a name of a person or a last name of a person.
It is also important that the c is rounded enough and not over styled to look like a sideways n or a sideways u in lower case.

 

Spelling word:  cunning
meaning: shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception.
Dyslexia Examples:
cnuuiug, cunniug
cnuuing, cuuuingCuuuing, could be an action of something that someone does.  When the Dyslexic Middle Schooler is reading cunning for the first time, and it is all in lower case it is usually straight forward but in fact it can be confusing. If the n and the u are too similar as they usually, are it can make reading very difficult for the Dyslexic.

 

Middle School Spelling word: counter
meaning: Speak in response.
Dyslexia Examples:
connter, conuter
couuterThis word couuter, connter, or conuter could be a name of an object or a name of a person. Couuter could be a name of a person or a last name of a person.
It is also important that the c is rounded enough and not over styled to look like a sideways n or a sideways u in lower case.17. Spelling word:  cunning
meaning: shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception.Dyslexia Examples:
cnuuiug, cunniug
cnuuing, cuuuing
Cuuuing, could be an action of something that someone does.  When the Dyslexic Middle Schooler is reading cunning for the first time, and it is all in lower case it is usually straight forward but in fact it can be confusing. If the n and the u are too similar as they usually, are it can make reading very difficult for the Dyslexic.

Dyslexia Letter Variations
Middle School Spelling word:  debris

meaning: the remains of something that has been destroyed.

Dyslexia Examples Middle School Spelling:
pebris, pedris
depris, dedris
bedris, bepris

Remembering that the lower-case e when read backwards still remains an e, as is similar with lower case I and s, it leaves only the d and b to be difficult within this word. 

The difficulty of reading bedris or bepris is possible as well as the others listed.  pebris or pedris could be a Name of a person and the only sure way that we know that it isn’t is because it is not capitalized.  These are the tricks and things that Dyslexics pay attention to in order to learn the language in written form.

 


Middle School Spelling word:  destination

meaning: the place designated as the end, as of a race or journey

Dyslexia Examples Middle School Spelling:
pestination, bestination
pestiuation, pestiuatiou
bestiuation, bestiuatiou

The word bestiuatiou looks like a French or Italian word, as also does, pestiuatiou.   The lower-case letter d is a troublesome letter to the Dyslexic Reader. 

It is important that teachers understand how quickly the lower-case d can change to the lower-case p or b.   The word Destination doesn’t even look right.  Are we in discussion of the destiny of a nation?  destination to many Dyslexics would much easier read pestination.

It takes a lot of discipline to understand the English language when the letters consistently repeat each other and change from what they are to what they could be because the typeface replicates exact letters like the d, p , and b.

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Dyslexia rotated Keywords List by Reading Grade:

The reason to study Dyslexia rotations is to Improve Dyslexia!
This is part of the Blake Dyslexia Variations Course.  
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Each Grade is studied with all the Dyslexia Letters and words written in linear text.  By studying the Dyslexia alternatives to the work ‘paper’, such as ‘dader’, ‘baber’ and ‘qaqer’ will improve Dyslexia reading!

Kindergarten Dyslexia Common Keywords
Grade One Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Two Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Three Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Four Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Five Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Six Dyslexia rotated Variations
Middle School Common Dyslexia Keywords
Middle School Common Words with Dyslexia Rotations – Part Two
High School Common Dyslexia Keywords

This is a precursor articles on the book that will be published titled “Dyslexia Keywords” subtitle “The Dyslexia Alphabet Explained”. , by Simon Blake (About Simon Blake)
Knowing and studying Dyslexia word differences gives you the ability to recognize Dyslexia.

There are Five Main ways to Improve Dyslexia Reading:

1. Use Color Therapy Transparent Overlays
2. Use Color Therapy Glasses
3. Learn all English alphabet letters upside down
4. Use a Dyslexia fonts that does not have the b turn into a p or d if the letter is upside down or inverted.
5. Study and Learn the New Dyslexia Keywords section
6. Practice Reading Upside Down for fun and improvements!

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Dyslexic Sentences to Learn Reading!

About Simon Blake

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Dyslexic Sentences are important tools to learn reading. 

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