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Dyslexic Pronunciation

Dyslexic Pronunciation

Dyslexic Pronunciation is important to understand. The KEYS to Dyslexic Pronunciation is reading outload the rotated letters. Dyslexia Readers will read the Dyslexia Variations as if they are linear words. Lets look at some examples to best understand how to be able to tell when the Pronunciation of Dyslexia is occurring.

First we need to quickly understand that Dyslexia is the Rotation of letters. Not all letters are Dyslexic.

Dyslexic letters will rotate to become other letters. This means that the rotated s will remain an s because it does not rotate to become any other letter in the English alphabet.

Next we need to know what are the Dyslexic Letters.
The Dyslexia Letters are: b , d , p , q , n , u

A b will rotate into a d , p , or q each time differently when it is read outload. This affects the Dyslexic Pronunciation of words.

Do Dyslexic Readers See the Page Differently Each Time?

Yes they do. OFTEN there are habits that a Dyslexic Reader will be able to learn about their own reading habits.
For Instance, one Dyslexia Reader may see the letter d more frequently as the letter b, while another reader may see it habitually more as a letter p.

Often times, Dyslexia readers will see the a b one time reading a sentence and see a d , p or q the next time reading that same sentence. This means that the Dyslexic Pronunciation will change each time a Dyslexia Sentence is Read

What is a Dyslexia Sentence vs a Dyslexia Friendly Sentence

Dyslexic sentences will have no Dyslexia Letters within them.

There are only a few sentences that would come up that are completely without Dyslexia letters.
Dyslexia Letters are some of the most commonly used letters in English.

Dyslexic Spelling Variations

Dyslexic Spelling Variations are the most common Dyslexic Pronunciations.

When Dyslexia Letters Rotate they create Exact Dyslexia of Correct Linear Words. What happens during reading is that the Dyslexia letters will rotate and form the most likely way that Dyslexia Readers will read. These Dyslexia Variations can be studied to improve Dyslexia Reading and Pronunciation.

Pronunciation of Dyslexia Spelling Variations are the most common spelling errors and pronunciations for Dyslexia.

Examples of Dyslexic Pronunciations

Let’s start with the word ‘ dyslexia ‘
The word has a dyslexia d. All the other letters can rotate and remain their own unique letters. All the other letters can even rotate upside down and will not rotate into another letter. So d rotates into b , p , and q.

So dyslexia = byslexia , pyslexia , and qyslexia.
So, the most common Dyslexia Pronunciations are these 3 exact Pronunciations.

Next word, your
The word your has a Dyslexia u. u rotates into an n. This is the Sneaky n / u Dyslexia Factor

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