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- The arrangement
of letters or numbers are changed or switched around. Example: "saw"
becomes "was" and 83 becomes 38.
- Lines, words,
or letters are taken out, changed, or replaced during writing or reading.
- Some sounds
of speech are hard to understand
- It seems
as if they are not listening to what someone is saying
with balance and coordination such as poor sense of direction.
not being able to sit still, moves around a lot, being overactive
sluggish, lazy, being under active
- Loses train
of thought easily: daydreaming
- Has trouble
telling time or being on time.
- Speech came
at a late age; 3-4 years of age
are four different ways a dyslexic can see the word, "was."
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