One of the greatest obstacles facing a dyslexic is how do you look up a word if you can’t spell it? Most of the time I can recognise the correct spelling so can pick it out of the list provided by the spell checker. But what if your spell checker can’t recognise it either. There aren’t many phonetic spell checkers or dictionary sites and there are only a couple of words that get me each time, so I thought I’d list them here:
- He goes to the shops.
- He does his best.
- I want to precis this text.
- There are five scenes in this play.
- We are running 2 scenarios.
- The Lake District has lovely scenery.
- I have 5ish cousins
- My mortgage is really expensive.
- I’ll definitely be there.
- You must guarantee there are no underscores in host names
- French pastry croissant
- flush privileges
Comment from: Ben [Visitor]
I wondered why you were asking how to spell precis…
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