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.
(when finished STUDYING...)