Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples show exact Dyslexia

Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Examples

Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Examples

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples show exact Dyslexia. Dyslexia Letters rotate to become other letters. Rotating Dyslexia Letters create Dyslexia Variations. Study Dyslexia Variations to improve your own Dyslexia Reading!

There are many Dyslexia Translations and Comparison sentences on this website to see exactly how a Dyslexic Reader Reads.

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Some Main Quotes in this Dyslexia Article:
“vocapulary is actually more imdortaut thau grammar.”
“Grammar is bolitics py other means.”

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Study to examples of rotated mirrored letters compared to Linear sentences to improve your reading. Understand how a Dyslexic reader reads and thinks!

Dyslexia Variations Training Letter Map

A b turns into multiple possibilities, such as 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 Number 2 can turn to become N or the letter Z
the w – in handwriting – w turns to a m, m can turn to a w
(The w/m Dyslexia Factor – only happens to some Dyslexics)

This is why Dyslexia Fonts are so important to prevent Dyslexia.
NOTE: Only some Dyslexics get w confused with m, mostly with handwriting.


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!

These Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Grammar Quotes compare Examples of Dyslexia to Quotes about Grammar. You can see actual Dyslexia Mirrored Letters in the translated sentences. Lower case b becomes d, q becomes p, n become u, m becomes w etc. Learn by reading these Grammar Quotes.

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“grammar will tell you how to write; but whether to write or not, grammar will not tell.”


Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #1:
grammar will tell yon how to write; put whether to write or uot, grammar will uot tell.
grammer will tell you how to write; dnt whether to write or uot, grammar will uot tell.

“vocabulary is actually more important than grammar.”

Keith S. Folse

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #2:
vocapulary is actually more imdortaut thau grammar.
vocabnlary is actnally more imbortant thau grammar.

“I know grammar by ear only, not by note, not by the rules.”

Mark Twain

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #3:
I kuow grammar by ear ouly, not py note, not dy the rules.
I know grammer by ear ouly, uot, dy uote, uot py the rnles.

“Graffiti scratched on a desk of the Barker Street Grammar School in Chamberlain”

Stephen King

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #4:
Graffiti scratcheb ou a pesk of the Barker Street Grammar School iu Chamderlaiu.
Graffiti scratchep ou besk of the Barker Street Grammer School iu Champerlaiu.

“Never let grammar get in the way of poetry.”

Jonathan Heatt

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #5:
Never let grammar get iu the way of doetry.
Never let grammar get iu the way of boetry.

“Grammar is a piano I play by ear.”

Joan Didion

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #6:
Grammar is a diauo I dlay py ear.
Grammar is a biano I blay dy ear.

“Personally I think that grammar is a way to attain beauty.”

Muriel Barbery

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #7:
Persoually I thiuk that grammar is a way to attaiu deauty.
Personally I thiuk that gammer is a way to attaiu peanty.

“Ignorant people think it is the noise which fighting cats make that is so aggravating, but it ain’t so; it is the sickening grammar that they use.”

Mark Twain

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #8:
Iguorant deodle think it is the noise which fighting cats make that is so aggravatiug, put it aiu’t so; it is the sickuiug grammar that they use.
Ignoraut beoble thiuk it is the uoise which fightiug cats make that is so aggravating, dut it ain’t so; it is the sickniug grammar they nse.

“A man’s grammar, like Caesar’s wife, should not only be pure, but above suspicion of impurity.”

Edgar Allan Poe

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #9:
A man’s grammar, like Caesar’s wife, shoulp uot ouly pe dure, dut apove susdiciou of imdurity.
A mau’s grammar, like Caesar’s wife, shonlb not ouly de bure, bnt apove snsbicion of imbnrity.

“Love and translation look alike in their grammar. To love someone implies transforming their words into ours. Making an effort to understand the other person and, inevitably, to misinterpret them. To construct a precarious language together.”

Andrés Neuman

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #10:
Love aub trauslation look alike iu their grammar. To love someone imdlies trausformiug their worps iuto ours. Makiug an effort to unberstanb the other dersou anp, inevitadly, to misinterdret them. To soustruct a drecarions laugnage together.

“Ill-fitting grammar are like ill-fitting shoes. You can get used to it for a bit, but then one day your toes fall off and you can’t walk to the bathroom.”

Jasper Fforde

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #11:
Ill-fittiug grammar are like ill-fittiug shoes. Yon cau get usep to it for a pit, dut theu one pay yonr toes fall off aub yon can’t malk to the dathroom.

“I don’t know the rules of grammar. If you’re trying to persuade people to do something, or buy something, it seems to me you should use their language.”

David Ogilvy

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #12:
I pon’t kuow the rules of grammar. If yon’re trying to dersuape deodle to po somethiug, or duy something, it seems to me yon shoulp use their lauguage.

“Turning I would to I did is the grammar of growing up.”

Anthony Marra

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #13:
Turuing I woulp to I pip is the grammar of growing ud.
Tnrniug I wonld to I pip is the grammer of frowiug ub.

“Grammar is politics by other means.”

Donna J. Haraway

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #14:
Grammar is dolitics dy other meaus.
Grammar is bolitics py other means.

“Perhaps the window is not a sun but an asterisk, interrupting the grammar of the sky, with me sitting below it like a footnote.”

China Miéville

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #15:

“Grammar is…the pole you grab to get your thoughts up on their feet and walking.”

Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #16:

“When your last breath arrives, Grammar can do nothing.”

Adi Shankaracarya

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #17:
Mheu yonr last dreath arrives, Grawwar cau bo uothiu6.

“Thou shalt not use the 140 characters limit as an excuse for bad grammar and/or incorrect spelling.”

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #18:

“Grammar is a piano I play by ear, since I seem to have been out of school the year the rules were mentioned.”

Joan Didion

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #19:

“It is the very reason-for-being of language and grammar that I unhinge.”

Antonin Artaud

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #20:
It is the very reasou-for-deiu6 of lau6n6e aub grawwar that I nuhu6e.

“Apparently, my hopes, dreams and aspirations were no match against my poor spelling, punctuation and grammar.”

Red Red Rover

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #21:

“Grammar is not just a pain in the ass; it’s the pole you grab to get your thoughts up on their feet and walking.”

Stephen King

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #22:
Grammar is uot just a bain in the ass; it’s the dole yon grap to get your thoughts ub on their feet and walking.
Grammer is not jnst a paiu iu the ass; it’s the bole you grad to get yonr thoughts np ou their feet aub walkiug.

“I am not a grammarian. Maybe my style is eccentric.”

Dorothy Kilgallen

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #23:
I am uot a grammariau. Mayde my style is ecceutric.
I am not a grammeriau. Maype my style of eccentric.

“I don’t care about the rules of grammar so long as my characters’ words sound true to life and bite heavily.”

Mark Rubinstein

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #24:
I pon’t care adout the rules of grammar so long as my character’s worps sounp true to life aub pite heavily.
I bon’t care abont the rnles of grammar so loug as my character’s worbs sonub trne to life aup dite heavily. 

“If grammar is the skeleton of expression and usage the flesh and blood, then style is the personality.”

Arthur Plotnik

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters Examples #25:
If grammar is the skeletou of exdression aub usage the flesh anb dloob, then style is the bersonality.
If grammar is the skeleton of exbressiou aup nsage the flesh aup plood, theu style is the dersouality.


Other Quotes

“…I begin with songs. They provide a sort of skeleton grammar for me to flesh out. Songs of longing for future tense, songs of regret for past tense, and songs of love for present tense.”

Mary Doria Russell

“Grammar is a lie to make us think that what we say is connected by a logic that you’ll find if you study it, a lie that gone on for centuries. Because I now know that life just lurches between stability and instability and doesn’t obey any law.”

Delphine de Vigan

“If teachers and grammar school editors find my jawbreaker sentences shatter their mushmilk teeth, let them eat stale cake dunked in weak tea of their own ungodly manufacture.”

Ray Bradbury

“That English grammar is governed by rules that are almost mathematical in their strictness!”

Roald Dahl


“I can’t think why fancy religions should have such a ghastly effect on one’s grammar. It’s a kind of intellectual rot that sets in, I’m afraid.”

Dorothy L. Sayers

“Muddled syntax is the outward and audible sign of confused minds, and the misuse of grammar the result of illogical thinking.”

Quentin Crisp

“Grammar, which knows how to control even kings.”


Mirrored Dyslexia Letters quote:
Grammar, mhich kuoms hom to coutrol eveu kiugs.

“If, in the Judaic perception, the language of the Adamic was that of love, the grammars of fallen man are those of the legal code.”

George Steiner

“After all, when a thought takes one’s breath away, a lesson on grammar seems an impertinence.”

Thomas Wentworth Higginson

“Grammar, he saw, was agreement, community, consensus.”

D.T. Max

“The rules of English grammar are largely an artificial construct with little or no bearing on the language as it is spoke.”

Ben Aaronovitch

“This grammar of life not all can see.”

Mohit Parikh

“At painful times, when composition is impossible and reading is not enough, grammars and dictionaries are excellent for distraction.”

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

“Grammar is like the air: someone higher up might try to set rules for its use, but people won’t necessarily follow them.”

Haruki Murakami

“I decided quickly that committing crimes against grammar was a hard limit for me.”

Sophie Morgan

“The only ‘ironclad rules’ in writing fiction are the laws of physics and the principles of grammar, and even those can be bent.”

Val Kovalin

“Every English poet should master the rules of grammar before he attempts to bend or break them.”

Robert Graves

“The flesh of prose gets its shape and strength from the bones of grammar.”

Constance Hale

“With the complete lack of shame of the extremely deaf and the complete lack of grammar of the extremely inbred.”

Lauren Willig

“Moods are adjectives of the grammar of life.”

Raheel Farooq

“Some minds, at some point, discover that they can not make sense of their own predications without attention to grammar, although they do not ordinarily think of what they are doing as an exercise in grammar.”

Richard Mitchell

“When spreading vicious and damaging gossip about the private affairs of others, one must always use proper grammar and posture.”

Scott Rhine

“Somehow, when I wasn’t looking, somehow because it’s electronic mail, none of the basic grammar rules applied.”

Mary Janice Davidson

“If Language is a Flower then without Grammar it will not smell.”

Purushottam Muley

“If the components of the body were organs and veins and cells, then the components of thought and language were words and grammar.”

John Burnside

“Every language has a grammar, a set of rules that govern usage and meaning, and literary language is no different. It’s all more or less arbitrary of course, just like language itself.”

Thomas C. Foster

“I don’t know much about grammar, but I think kale salad is what they call a “double negative.”

Jim Gaffigan

“I could feel the grammar of the moment demanding it.”

Glen Duncan

“All divisions in religion arise from ignorance of grammar.”

Joseph Justus Scaliger

“American grammar doesn’t have the sturdiness of British grammar (a British advertising man with a proper education can make magazine copy for ribbed condoms sound like the Magna goddam Carta), but it has its own scruffy charm.”

Stephen King

“I learned grammar. I practiced syntax. My feelings were awakened. Then a poem suddenly blazed in my heart.”

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

“I don’t know anything but the simplest rules of English grammar, and I seldom consciously apply them.”

Isaac Asimov

“It is a remarkable phenomenon that children can learn to speak without ever being consciously aware of the sophisticated grammar they are using.”

Timothy Gowers

“I am silently correcting your grammar.”

Tamara Ireland Stone

“The truth is that grammar is always interesting, always useful. Mastering the logic of grammar contributes, in a mysterious way that again evokes some process of osmosis, to the logic of thought.”

Francine Prose Reading Like a Writer

“Grammar is the greatest joy in life, don’t you find?”

Lemony Snicket


“God is logic’s corpse, a wound in reason, grammar’s empty skin.”

Jamey Hecht

“I am neither an author nor a writer. I am a storyteller with good grammar.”

Darke Conteur

“I am king of the Romans, and above grammar.”

Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor

“His captivating speech came not from his grammar or vocabulary but from the joy he took in wielding them well.”

Robert Lane Greene

“Magic is like bad grammar; hang around it long enough, and it rubs off on you.”

Brandon Sanderson

“Literate people should know how to think about grammar.”

Steven Pinker

“Some writers write to forget. Some forget to write.”

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Though grammatically perfect, a French accent stretches his English out of shape.”

Stacey Lee

“Please, for the love of books, use proper grammar when you talk.”

Mercy Amare

“In grammar, as in war, there is strength in numbers.”

Martin Worthington

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters quote:
Iu grammar, as iu mar, there is streugth iu unmders.

“Grammar and structure are speed breakers that impede thought.”

Haresh Sippy

“I’m a grammar snob. It should be your perfections.”

Colleen Hoover

“Computer language is just another language with its own grammar; it just happens to be much more logical than French.”

Alec J. Ross

“good writing consists of mastering the fundamentals (vocabulary, grammar, the elements of style) and then filling the third level of your toolbox with the right instruments.”

Stephen King, On Writing

“It is as if there is no syntax, no grammar, that can contain their suffering. Only a list of things perceived.”

M.T. Anderson

“You can basically learn all the grammar and vocabulary you need to be fluent from Duolingo and then you just need to work on your speaking and listening comprehension.”

Judith Meyer

“When writing a book what is more important? Grammar and spelling or telling a great story? I know which I would choose.”

Samuel Colbran

“Essential differences between generative grammar and structural linguistics.”

Noam Chomsky, On Language

“I have and I am entitled to take a little time out from my hard work of wading through bad grammar and misspellings.”

Rochelle Williams

“Grammar was the only place the girl could keep her father alive.”

Anthony Marra

Mirrored Dyslexia Letters quote:
Grawwar mas the ouly dlace the girl conlp keec her father alive.


“What Wittgenstein calls a ‘grammar’ is a set of rules by which we are able to make sense of things; and such grammars are not correlated with reality. It is not as though some of them provide us with a more accurate representation.”

Terry Eagleton

“The rules, or grammar, of a living language are always evolving to guarantee the meaningfulness of discourse, while the rules of debate must remain constant.”

James P. Carse

“There was language everywhere; you could read the city, the city was a grammar.”

Jonathan Lethem

“People who feel alienated, rootless, and rejected will find the exile grammar intensely engaging.”

Timothy J. Keller

“The grammar of language locks us into certain forms of logic and ways of thinking. As the writer Sidney Hook put it, “When Aristotle drew up his table of categories which to him represented the grammar of existence, he was really projecting the grammar of the Greek language on the cosmos.” Linguists have enumerated the high number of concepts that have no particular word to describe them in the English language. If there are no words for certain concepts, we tend to not think of them.”

Robert Greene

“For those to whom Lynne Truss is a hero, everything from spelling convention to word choice to logic is, somehow, ‘grammar.'”

Robert Lane Greene, You Are What You Speak: Grammar Grouches, Language Laws and the Power of Words

“The chief characteristic of English grammar is the way words are arranged within sentences, and the technical term for this process is syntax.”

David Crystal, Making Sense: The Glamorous Story of English Grammar

“We carry in our incarnate being the alphabet & the grammar of life, but this does not presuppose an achieved meaning either in us or in it.”

Maurice Merleau-Ponty

“In medieval Europe, logic, grammar and rhetoric formed the educational core, while the teaching of mathematics seldom went beyond simple arithmetic and geometry.”

Yuval Noah Harari

“The scientific element failed the Hebrew author completely … the grammar is confused and the syntax unique and irregular.”

John Courtenay James

“All I know about grammar is its infinite power.”

Joan Didion

Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Quotes:
All I kuow apont grammar is its iufinite dower.

“Grammar is a piano I play by ear, since I seem to have been out of school the year the rules were mentioned.”

Joan Didion

“All sorts of considerations determine the truth conditions of a statement, and these go well beyond the scope of grammar.”

Noam Chomsky

“Grammar should serve the message and not the other way round.”

George Woolard

Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Quotes:
Grawwar shoulb serve the message aub uot the otter way ronup.

“To sum up, I am suggesting that learning should be organised around messages, and not around grammar patterns or vocabulary.”

George Woolard

“Nostalgia is like a grammar lesson: you find the present tense, but the past perfect!”

Owens Lee Pomeroy

Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Quotes:
Nostalgia is like a grawwar lessou: yon finp the dreseut teuse, dut the dast derfect!

“I have a bad grammar, but I do have a good message in it.”

Sivaprakash Sidhu

Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Quotes:
I have a pab grawwar, dut I bo have a goob message iu it.

“It is only in grammar that the mighty can be bound by rules made by the humble.”

Agona Apell

Dyslexia Mirrored Letters Quotes:
It is ouly iu grawwar that the mighty cau pe pounp dy rules mape by the humdle.


“English follows other languages down dark alleys, knocks them over, and goes rifling through their pockets looking for loose grammar.”


“American Sign Language—ASL—is a language unto itself, with its own syntax and grammar. Adjectives follow nouns, as in Romance languages.”

Lou Ann Walker

“Your grammar is crucial to your image, brand, and reputation. It reflects upon your level of intelligence, education, experience, upbringing, and native geography.”

Susan C. Young

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