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I Cdnuolt Blveiee Taht I Cluod Aulaclty Uesdnatnrd Waht I Was Rdanieg. The Phaonmneal Pweor Of The Hmuan Mnid, Aoccdrnig To A Rscheearch At Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, It Deosn’t Mttaer In Waht Oredr The Ltteers In A Wrod Are, The Olny Iprmoatnt Tihng Is Taht The Frist And Lsat Ltteer Be In The Rghit Pclae. The Rset Can Be A Taotl Mses And You Can Sitll Raed It Wouthit A Porbelm. Tihs Is Bcuseae The Huamn Mnid Deos Not Raed Ervey Lteter By Istlef, But The Wrod As A Wlohe.
It's been a long time since I read one of these. The first time I read one, I was flabbergasted. I still am. The abilities of the mind never stop to amaze me. (tohugh i fnid it esaier whtiuot the catilap leettrs)
yeah Big Grin most writers come across the cambridge research sonoer or letar Wink i was also amazed when i first did.
Sadly, this applies only to English, and languages like it (I think). Doesn't work on the phonetic languages.
It works perfectly with German, which I think is a phonetic language.
I read the exact same text in German years ago and then had a lot of fun wiriting texts like that for a while Wink
(06-21-2013, 09:50 PM)Ela Wrote: [ -> ]It works perfectly with German, which I think is a phonetic language.
I read the exact same text in German years ago and then had a lot of fun wiriting texts like that for a while Wink

English is also phonetic. I think he might have meant pictographic?
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