PREFACE(to "Reading English")...
This is an IMPORTANT Document... (Dyslexia: a  "Learning DisAbility")
...Dyslexic People... Reading Aloud...
...WANT to see...
...Words that are...
SPELLED Phonemically...
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Einstein HAD Dyslexia...
Kert HAS Dyslexia...
KeyItems __ to REMEMBER==>
   1) When English-speaking children with dyslexia begin to read,they face the awesome task [a NIGHTMARE: <Nightmare> ] of learning more than 1,100-ways [of CRAZYspelling] .
     2) The researchers noted that identified dyslexics are rare in Italy because the language [Phonemic Italian] helps learning readers to  quickly overcome problems caused by the disorder.
    3) This suggests, the researchers said, that it is the language difference [many spellings versus 1-spelling] alone that makes it more difficult for  English-speaking dyslexics to learn how to read....
    4) Japanese, he said, is also easier for children learning to read because of its consistency of sounds and symbols.
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