Translation of dyslexia in Spanish:


dislexia, n.

Pronunciation /dɪsˈlɛksɪə//dəsˈlɛksiə/


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    dislexia feminine
    • The schools in Mohan's group have teachers trained to deal with slow learners and those with dyslexia.
    • With help, the majority of people with dyslexia can learn to read and write perfectly well.
    • Thanks to the diploma she is now qualified to assess the symptoms of dyslexia and plan their learning programme.
    • It cannot be cured; but people with dyslexia can learn to overcome the difficulties they experience.
    • Special training can help children with dyslexia to read better.
    • This is only a general overview of dyslexia and once again I say that I'm no expert, only a parent.
    • She writes letters for a woman with dyslexia and goes to the shops for elderly people who cannot leave their homes.
    • Her eldest son Jason, nine, has Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism, and dyslexia.
    • Data on acquired dyslexia has played an important role in the dual-route model of reading.
    • Pupils at a Rossendale primary school have embraced a new venture to combat dyslexia among young learners.
    • Undoubtedly, there are students who suffer from the severe learning disability, dyslexia.
    • To diagnose dyslexia, specific psychological tests may be necessary.
    • The youngster, who suffers from dyslexia and severe learning difficulties, no longer attends school or college.
    • The Oaklands unit is also open to those with more serious learning difficulties like dyspraxia and dyslexia.
    • Trans fats disrupt the messages between neural pathways and have been linked with attention deficit disorder and dyslexia.
    • We discovered later that he was seriously affected by dyslexia.
    • He found his dyslexia made it difficult to get a job and took a string of short-term posts.
    • The popular image of dyslexia is that it is a difficulty with reading - something to do with the misperception of printed words.
    • The term dyslexia covers a range of symptoms and learning difficulties related to the written word.
    • His dyslexia made it extremely difficult for him to understand the law which is an extremely abstract matter.