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Italian Dyslexia Examples

ITALIAN Dyslexia Examples – Exact Dyslexia

Italian Dyslexia Examples show Exact Dyslexia Letter Rotations. Dyslexia Letters rotate to become other letters. When Dyslexia Letters rotate they create Dyslexia Variations. There can be several Dyslexia Variations of each linear word. Learn the Dyslexia Variations to Improve your reading!

These are fantastic and EXACTDyslexia – – – Study Exact Dyslexia Variations to Improve Reading!!

Some Main Quotes of this Dyselxia Article:
” due (two) = dne, bue, bne, pue, pne, que, qne”
” spostare (move) = sbostare, sdostare, sqostare”

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There are 3 MAIN Sections of Italian Dyslexia.

The Sneaky n/u turns n to u and u to n.
The w/m Dyslexia Factor – in Handwriting
Normal Italian Dyslexia
then, there’s Dysgraphia (Numbers Dysgraphia)

The hardest in Italian Dyslexia Letters are: b, d, p, q, n, u

Order of Page:
The Sneaky n/u Italian Dyslexia Factor
Non-Dyslexia Italian Words List
The w/m Dyslexia Factor – for Handwriting
Italian Dyslexia ‘g’ Variable Dysgraphia Words

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The Sneaky n/u Italian Dyslexia Factor

sono (I am) = souo
il suo (his) = il sno
lui (he) = lni
su (on) = sn
con (with) = cou
uno (one) = nuo, uuo, nno
un (an) = nu, uu, nn
in (in) = iu
noi (we) = uoi
lattina (can of soda) = lattiua

fuori (out) = fnori
erano (which) = erauo
volonte (will) = voloute
anche (also) = auche
fine (end) = fiue
anche (even/also) = auche
luce (light) = lnce

noi (us) = uoi
vicino (near) = viciuo
costruire (build) = costrnire
nuovo (new) = unovo, uuovo, nnovo
ottenere (get) = otteuere
anno (year) = auuo, anuo, auno

e venuto (came) = e veunto, e veuuto, e vennto
il nostro (our) = il uostro
siutare (help) = sintar
linea (line) = liuea
turno (turn) = tnruo, turuo, tnrno
causa (cause) = cansa
tutto (all) = tntto
su (up) = sn
uso (use) = nso
il tuo (your) = il tno
lui (him) = lni

venire (come) = veuire
sentire (hear) = seutire
sicuro (sure) = sicnro
inizio (begin) = iuizio

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suono (sound) = snouo, suouo, snono

no (no) = uo
scuola (school) = scnola
ancora (still) = aucora
inizio (start) = iuizio
lontano (far) = loutano, lontauo, loutauo
sinistra (left) = siuistra
run (run) = rnu, ruu, rnn

non (don’t) = uon, uou, nou
notte (night) = uotte
scienza (science) = scieuze
ha iniziato (began) = ha iuiziato
una volta (once) = nua volta, uua volta, nna volta

The n/u Dyslexia Factor is the surprising Twist of Dyslexia Reading!!

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Non-Dyslexia Italiano Words:

These are the EASIEST Italian Dyslexia Words!!

io (I), che (that), era (he/she was), essere (to be), a (at), avere (to have), e (is), voi (you(plr)), o (or), avena (had, il (the), a (to), e (and), altro (other), fare (to do/make), loro (their), se stesso (himself), terra (earth), lavoro (work), fatto (made), solo (only)

, sotto (under), attraverso (through), frase (sentence), se (if), fa (does), fisso (set), tre (three), aria (air), casa (home), terra (land), tale (such), atto (an act), case (house), oltre (over), che (who), lato (side), trovare (find), testa (head), crescere (grow), sole (sun),

fra (between), stato (state), occhio (eye), lasciare (let), citta (city), attraversare (cross), fattoria (farm), difficile (hard), forza (might), storia (story), close (close), reale (real), vita (life), volto (face), alleviare (ease), carta (paper), lettera (letter), rosso (red), lasciare (leave), classe (class),

area (area), rock (rock), re (king), corso (course), isola (island), test (test), oro (gold), vece (stead), fa (ago), corse (ran), calore (heat), si (yes), est (east), tra (among), citta (town), certo (certain), volare (fly), stella (star), scatola (box), resto (rest),

corretto (correct), veloce (quick), forte (strong), chiaro (clear), fatto (fact), ora (hour), vero (true), presto (early), ovest (west), terra (ground), veloce (fast), sei (six), tavolo (table), vocale (vowel), verso (toward), servire (serve), tirare (pull), avviso (notice), voce (voice), letto (bed),

fratello (brother), cella (cell), forse (perhaps), arte (art), variare (vary), risolvere (setttle), cerchio (circle), feltro (felt), vela (sail), foresta (forest), estate (summer), solitario (lone), esercizio (exercise), cielo (sky), sat (sat), scritto (written), vetro (glass), lavoro (job), visita (visit), filo (wire)

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The w/m Dyslexia Factor (for Handwriting)

come (as/like/how) = cowe
ma (but) = wa
mettere (put) = wetter

maschi (men) = waschi
me (give) = we
moto (very) = woto
forma (form) = forwa
molto (much) = wolto
molti (many) = wolti
come (like) = cowe
il mio (my) = il wio

mai (never) = wai
mare (sea) = ware
camera (room) = cawera
amico (friend) = awico

marchio (mark) = warchio
mai (ever) = wai
meta (half) = weta
sistema (system) = sistewa
forma (shape) = forwa
amore (love) = awore

morire (die) = worire
seme (seed) = sewe

male (bad) = wale
mescolare (mix) = wescolare
team (team) = teaw
mezzo (middle) = wezzo
metallo (metal) = wetallo

atomo (atom) = atowo
mais (corn) = wais
famoso (famous) = fawoso
morto (dead) = worto
master (master) = waster
mercato (market) = wercato

moto (motion) = woto
morte (death) = worte
ramo (branch) = rawo
simile (similar) = siwile
mela (apple) = wela
massa (mass) = wassa
chiamata (call) = chiawata

motivo (reason) = wotivo
materia (matter) = wateria
am (am) = aw
motore (engine) = wotore

materiale (material) = wateriale
mese (month) = wese
commercio (trade) = cowwercio, comwercio, cowmercio

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Remaining Italian Dyslexia Words

per (for) = ber, der, qer
di (by/of) = bi, pi, qi
caldo (hot) = calbo, calpo, calqo
parola (word) = barola, darola, qarola
dire (tell) = bire, pire, qire
devo (I must) = bevo, pevo, qevo
perche (why) = berche, derche, qerche

tipo (kind of thing) = tibo, tido, tiqo
chiedere (ask) = chiebere, chiepere, chieqere
provare (try) = brovare, drovare, qrovare
mano (hand) = mauo, (wano, wauo)
portare (carry) = bortare, dortare, qortare
dire (say) = bire, pire, qire
basso (low) = dasso, passo, qasso
dare (give) = bare, pare, qare

nome (name) = uome, (nowe, uowe)
poco (little) = boco, doco, qoco
turno (round) = tnruo, turuo, tnrno
vedere (see) = vebere, vedere, veqere
due (two) = dne, bue, bne, pue, pne, que, qne
uomo (man) = nomo, (uowo, nowo)
albero (tree) = aldero, alpero, alqero
tardi (late) = tarbi, tarpi, tarqi
mentre (while) = meutre, (wentre, weutre)
posto (place) = bosto, dosto, qosto

dove (where) = bove, pove, qove
elemento (element) = elemeuto, (elewento, eleweuto)
spettacolo (show) = sbettacolo, sdettacolo, sqettacolo
differire (differ) = bifferire, pifferire, qifferire

paese (country) = baese, daese, qaese
risposta (answer) = risbosta, risdosta, risqosta
pochi (few) = bochi, dochi, qochi
nord (north) = uord, norb, uorb, norp, uorp, norq, uorq
libro (book) = lidro, lipro, liqro
portare (carry) = bortare, dortare, qortare

ha preso (took) = ha breso, ha dreso, ha qreso
idea (idea) = ibea, ipea, iqea
pesce (fish) = besce, desce, qesce
stop (stop) = stob, stod, stoq
base (base) = dase, pase, qase
di (than) = bi, pi, qi
puo (may) = pno, buo, bno, duo, dno, quo, qno


che /quale (which) = che /qnale, che /buale, che /bnale, che /duale, che /dnale, che /puale, che /pnale
tempo (time) = tembo, temdo, temqo, (tewpo, tewbo, tewdo, tewqo)
quello (that) = qnello, buello, bnello, duello, dnello, puello, pnello
desiderare (desire) = desiberare, desiperare, desiqerare, besiderare, besiberare, besiperare, besiqerare, pesiderare, pesiberare, pesiperare, pesiqerare, qesiderare, qesiberare, qesiperare, qesiqerare

qualsiasi (any) = qnalsiasi, bualsiasi, bnalsiasi, dualsiasi, dnalsiasi, pualsiasi, pnalsiasi
parte (part) = barte, darte, qarte
prendere (take) = preudere, prenbere, preubere, prenper, preupere, prenqere, preuqere, brender, breuder, brenbere, breubere, brenper, breupere, brenqere, breuqere, drender, dreuder, drenbere, dreubere, drenper, dreupere, drenqere, dreuqere, qrender, qreuder, qrenbere, qreubere, qrenper, qreuper, qrenqere, qreuqere
dopo (after) = dobo, dodo, doqo, bopo, bobo, bodo, boqo, popo, pobo, podo, poqo, qopo, qobo, qodo, qoqo
indietro (back) = iudietro, inbietro, iubietro, inpietro, iupietro, inqietro, iuqietro
buono (good) = buouo, bnouo, bnono, duono, duouo, dnouo, dnono, puono, puouo, pnouo, pnono, quono, quouo, qnouo, qnono
pensare (think) = peusare, bensare, beusare, densare, deusare, qensare, qeusare
prima (before) = brima, drima, qrima, (priwa, briwa, driwa, qriwa)
spostare (move) = sbostare, sdostare, sqostare
diritto (right) = biritto, piritto, qiritto
troppo (too) = trobbo, troddo, troqqo, trobdo, trobpo, trobqo, trodbo, trodpo, trodqo, troqbo, troqdo, troqpo
quando (when) = qnando, qnaudo, quaudo, quanbo, qnanbo, qnaubo, quaubo, quanpo, qnanpo, qnaupo, quaupo, quanqo, qnanqo, qnauqo, quauqo, buando, qnando, qnaudo, quaudo, buanbo, bnanbo, bnaubo, buaubo, buanpo, bnanpo, bnaupo, buaupo, buanqo, bnanqo, bnauqo, buauqo, duando, dnando, dnaudo, duaudo, duanbo, dnanbo, dnaubo, duaubo, duanpo, dnanpo, dnaupo, duaupo, duanqo, dnanqo, dnauqo, duauqo, puando, pnando, pnaudo, puaudo, puanbo, pnanbo, pnaubo, puaubo, puanpo, pnanpo, pnaupo, puaupo, puanqo, pnanqo, pnauqo, puauqo

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