Grade 2 Spanish Dyslexia Mistakes + Variations – Month 1

Grade 2 Spanish Dyslexia Mistakes – Month 1

Grade 2 reading is important to Literacy. Dyslexia Awareness is critical to Education. Literacy Awareness is an important thing in society. The Second Grade is when most find out they have Dyslexia. Dyslexia Spellings are critical to reading. By studying the Dyslexia Spellings, readers can improve their reading comprehension.

Grade 2 Spanish Dyslexia Sight Word List shows Exact Dyslexia Letter Rotations. See EXACT Spanish Dyslexia Spelling Mistakes!

Dyslexia letters rotate to become other letters. Each Grade 2 Spanish Dyslexia Variation is listed from the linear word. Some Linear words have 15+ Dyslexia Variations!**

Learn, Care and Share to Improve Dyslexia!

Some Main Quotes of this Dyslexia Article/Lesson:
“enseñar (teach) = anseuar, auseuar, auseanar” – 3 Dyslexia Variations!**
“estudiar (study) = estubiar, estupiar, estuqiar, (estndiar, estnbiar, estnpiar, estnqiar) “** – 7 Dyslexia Variations!

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First Grade Spanish Dyslexia Variations are listed beside each Linear word. You can see the exact Dyslexia rotations of Spanish. There are many Dyslexia Translations and Comparison sentences on this website to see exactly how a Dyslexic Reader Reads. Grade 1 Dyslexia Spelling words with Dyslexia Variations!

Each word is broken down for Grade One Dyslexia.

**NOTE: BOTH Dyslexia and Non-Dyslexia words are sorted. Non-Dyslexia words have no Dyslexia Letters within those words. Words that are ‘Dyslexic’ have actual Dyslexia Letters that rotate to become other letters.

Month 1:

comid, sentir, formulario, over, short, real, asiento, prueba, trabaj, enseñar, señor, hablar, mundo, pegamento, cinta, visto, parecer, so, pupitre, contestar, cerca, morir, manejar, hecho, guardar, corn, estudiar, nacimieto, aprend, nacio, latir, linea, lado, mío

Dyslexia Friendly Words (Non-Dyslexia Spanish Words)

sentir (feel), over (over), short (short), real (real), visto (seen), so (under), cerca (near), hecho (done), latir (beat)

All Dyslexia Friendly words have no Spanish Dyslexia Letters in them. All the letters within Dyslexia Friendly words can rotate and remain uniquely their own letters, even when read upside down.

Dyslexia Words

comid (eat), formulario (form), asiento (seat), prueba (test), trabaj (work), enseñar (teach), señor (sir), hablar (speak), mundo (world), pegamento (glue), cinta (tape), parecer (seem), pupitre (desk), contestar (answer), morir (die), manejar (drive), guardar (keep), corn (corn), estudiar (study), nacimieto (birth), aprend (learn), nacio (born), linea (line), lado (side), mío (mine)

The n/u Spanish Dyslexia Factor does occur for MOST Dyslexia Readers! It is very common ‘sneaky’ thing that n turns to u, and u turns to n!

u / n Dyslexia Factor
asiento, enseñar, señor, cinta, contestar, corn, nacio, linea

asiento (seat) = asieuto
enseñar (teach) = anseuar, auseuar, auseanar
señor (sir) = seuor
cinta (tape) = ciuta
contestar (answer) = coutestar
corn (corn) = coru
nacio (born) = uacio
linea (line) = liuea

Dyslexia Variation Training Letter Map

A b turns into multiple possibilities, such as a 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 w turns to an m, m can turn to a w.
the Number 2 can turn to become N or the letter Z

NOTE: Only some Dyslexics get w confused with m, mostly with handwriting.

The m/w Spanish Dyslexia Factor applies most for handwriting. Only ‘some’ Dyslexia Readers will mix up the w/m or the m/w. This ‘Dyslexia Factor’ does occur with reading blackboards.

w / m Dyslexia Factor
morir, mio

miror (die) = wiror
mio (mine) = wio

Why Study Grade 2 Spanish Dyslexia Variations?

After learning Exact Dyslexia Variations the reader will recognize the words faster and with more ease. When reading a sentence and seeing the word ‘boat’ as ‘poat’, the Spanish Dyslexia Reader can train themselves to know that when they see the word poat it means boat.

Spanish Dyslexia Variations Training will lesson mistakes in Spelling and Reading.

Regular Dyslexia (b , d, p , q) and/or + the others
comid, formulario, prueba, trabaj, hablar, mundo, pegamento, parecer, pupitre, manejar, guardar, estudiar, nacimieto, aprend, nacio, linea, lado

comid (eat) = comib, comip, comiq, (cowid, cowib, cowip, cowiq)
formulario (form) = formnlario, (forwulario, forwnlario)
prueba (test) =
trabaj (work) = tradaj, trapaj, traqaj
hablar (speak) = hadlar, haplar, haqlar
mundo (world),
parecer (seem) = barecer, darecer, qarecer
pupitre (desk)
manejar (drive) = mauejar (wanejar, mauejar)
estudiar (study) = estubiar, estupiar, estuqiar, (estndiar, estnbiar, estnpiar, estnqiar)
nacimieto (birth),
aprend (learn)
lado (side) = labo, lapo, laqo

NOTE: BOTH Dyslexia and Non-Dyslexia words are sorted. Non-Dyslexia words have no Dyslexia Letters within those words. Words that are ‘Dyslexic’ have actual Dyslexia Letters that rotate to become other letters.

Dyslexia is a reading disorder that affects millions of people around the world. It can make reading and spelling difficult, and can impact a person’s ability to learn and succeed in school. Grade 2 is the reading level where most find out they are dyslexic.

Adult dyslexia readers will struggle with grade 2 spelling well into their adult lives. Studying the dyslexia spellings will improve reading comprehension. Dyslexia awareness is critical to education. Literacy awareness is an important thing in society.

The more we understand about dyslexia, the more we can help people who struggle with it. If you or someone you know is having difficulty with reading, please don’t hesitate to reach out for help. There are many resources available to support you. With the right help, dyslexia doesn’t have to hold you back.

Dysgraphia / Dyscalculia (Numbers Dyslexia)

NOTE: Numbers Dyslexia has g = 6 or g = 9 PLUS all the other Types of Dyslexia!

pegamento (glue) = begamento, degamento, qegamento, pegameuto, begameuto, degameuto, qegameuto, pegawento, begawento, degawento, qegawento, pegaweuto, begaweuto, degaweuto, qegaweuto, pe6amento, be6amento, de6amento, qe6amento, pe6ameuto, be6ameuto, de6ameuto, qe6ameuto, pe6awento, be6awento, de6awento, qe6awento, pe6aweuto, be6aweuto, de6aweuto, qe6aweuto, pe9amento, be9amento, de9amento, qe9amento, pe9ameuto, be9ameuto, de9ameuto, qe9ameuto, pe9awento, be9awento, de9awento, qe9awento, pe9aweuto, be9aweuto, de9aweuto, qe9aweuto,

guardar (keep) = guarbar, guarpar, guarqar, gnardar, gnarbar, gnarpar, gnarqar, 6uardar, 6uarbar, 6uarpar, 6uarqar, 6nardar, 6narbar, 6narpar, 6narqar, 9uardar, 9uarbar, 9uarpar, 9uarqar, 9nardar, 9narbar, 9narpar, 9narqar

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