Re: WHO HAS FALLEN FROM GRACE?
At this moment in time I feel like I don't need to worry
about such mundane things..... Is there not enough LIFE
going on without having to deal with these shenanigans?!!!
Look, I am a (right now) a very tipsy chicadena that loves
you both VERY MUCH (Loki & Kenny)..
Shalom Aleichem, Nancy de San Antonio de TeJas
Escape_from_the_Fellowship@yahoogroups.com, kenhaining777 <no_reply@...> wrote:
> Perry said:
> [Brock picked up on my deliberate misspellings and he also identified
> that it
> took a bit of time to identify the errors. I inserted them deliberately
> I was wondering if the same mechanism that causes us to accept those
> spelt words is related to the mechanism that causes Renae and I to
> insert the
> right words phonetically, but wrong otherwise?
> The brain is evidently good at perform self-correction. E.g. the
> pselling imstakes. As Brock demonstrated, that self-correction is not
> necessarily a conscious activity.]
> I picked up on your deliberate spelling errors right away, and just
> assumed everyone else did too, attributing it to you giving examples.
> Just like you did here, with "pselling," and "imstakes." Those type
> errors never slip by me when I am reading as I am dyslexic. I am always
> correcting reversed letters when I am reading, because I tend to see
> them reversed. If someone has already reversed them, then that tends to
> jump out at me.
> I pronounce "sought" and "sort" quite differently, but probably some
> Americans put the "r" sound in "sought." The words "hour" and "our" are
> pronounced the same in correct English, but many Americans pronounce
> "our" like "are." I would do that sometimes as I had been around a lot
> of people who did so, and I would have to consciously correct my own
> pronounciation. I have even caught myself putting "are" in the place of
> "our," as I tend to phonetically sound out words in my mind when I am
> typing, and sometimes I even use my lips. Again, as a dyslexic, that
> helps me not reverse letters.
> Speaking with conscious effort is very different than casually talking.
> That's where public speaking comes in.
> Live Long and Prosper