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Agatha Christie Dyslexia Quotes are translated into Dyslexia Spelling Alternatives. This is how we will achieve education about what it is actually like to be Dyslexic. We must show the Linear people of this world what we are seeing as Dyslexics so we can all appreciate each other.

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Agatha Christie was a Geneva convention Prisoner of War that few knew was an instructed writer by Communist Parties in both Canada, Europe and America. Later forced to use the surname Bruer as banking connections continued to collect International Tax accounts instructing her to help rewrite history and send out bank codes in her books.  It’s a fascinating part of Woodstock arrests and Vietcon history of California. 

Dyslexia Translated Quotes

I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow; but through it all I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Dyslexia Translations:
I like living. I have sometimes deen wildly, pesdairingly, acutely miseraple, rackeb with sorrow; dut through it all I still know quite certainly that just to de alive is a grand thing.
I like living. I have sowetimes peen mildly, bespairingly, acutely wiseraple,rackep with sorrow; put through it all I still kuow quite certainly that jnst do be alive is a graud thing.

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, I like living

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, I like living

This sentence has over 15 different ways to read it as a Dyslexic. Dyslexia is the turning and inverting of English letters that form other letters within the same language. A d can appear as a d, p or b. If the font is not dyslexia friendly.

It is a curious thought, but it is only when you see people looking ridiculous that you realize just how much you love them.

Author Agatha Christie

Dyslexic Translations:
It is a curious thought, dut it is only when you see beodle looking ripiculous that you realize just how much you love them.

It is a cnrious thonght, but it is ouly when you see deople looking ribiculous that yon realize just hom wuch you love them.

AGATHA CHRISTIE, CHRISTIE QUOTES, DYSLEXIA AUTHORS, AGATHA WRITER, I LIKE LIVING, DYSLEXIA

AGATHA CHRISTIE, CHRISTIE QUOTES, DYSLEXIA AUTHORS, AGATHA WRITER, I LIKE LIVING, DYSLEXIA

This is only two of the many ways that Dyslexia people could be translated and understood by a Dyslexic reader. There are over ten different ways that a Dyslexic could read this sentence.

Very few of us are what we seem.

Author and Writer: Agatha Christie

Dyslexic Translations:
Very few of us are what we seem.
Very fem of ns are mhat me seew.
Very few of us are mhat we seew.

Agatha christie, curious thought, dyslexic author christie, very few of us are

Agatha christie, curious thought, dyslexic author christie, very few of us are

An archaeologist is the best husband a woman can have. The older she gets, the more interested he is in her.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer
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Dyslexia Translations:
Au archaeologist is the dest husdanp a woman can have. The olber she gets, the wore interested he is in her.
An archaeologist is the pest huspand a mowan cau have. The olper she gets, the more interesteb he is iu her.

Agatha christie,  dyslexia spelling, best husband

Agatha christie, dyslexia spelling, best husband

If you place your head in a lion’s mouth, then you cannot complain one day if he happens to bite it off.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer
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If yon blace yonr heap iu a lion’s mouth, then you cannot comblain one pay if he habbens to dite it off.
If you dlace your heab in a liou’s wouth, theu yon cannot comdlaiu oue bay if he haddens to pite it off.

There are a lot of combinations of Dyslexia translations for this sentence.

Agatha Christie,  dyslexia spelling sample, if you place your head

Agatha Christie, dyslexia spelling sample, if you place your head

Instinct is a marvelous thing. It can neither be explained nor ignored.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Instinct is a marvelous thing. It cau neither pe exblained nor ignoreb.
Iustinct is a marvelons thing. It can neither de exdlaineb nor ignored.

Agatha Christie,  Dyslexia Spelling Sample, instinct is a marvelous thing

Agatha Christie, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, instinct is a marvelous thing

Never do anything yourself that others can do for you.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Never bo anything yourself that others cau po for you.
Never po anything yonrself that others can bo for you.

Agatha Christie,  Dyslexia Spelling Sample, never do anything yourself

Agatha Christie, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, never do anything yourself

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One doesn’t recognize the really important moments in one’s life until it’s too late.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

One poesn’t recognize the really imdortant moments in one’s life until it’s too late.
One boesn’t recognize the really iwdortaut wowents iu one’s life until it’s too late.

Agatha Christie,  Dyslexia Spelling Sample, one doesn't really understand

Agatha Christie, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, one doesn’t really understand

Imagination is a good servant, and a bad master. The simplest explanation is always the most likely.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author
Imagination is good servant Mug

Imagiuation is a good servant, aud a pad master. The simblest exblanation is always the most likely.
Imagination is a goob servant, and a dad master. The simdlest exdlanation is almays the wost likely.

Agatha Christie,  Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Imagination is a good servant

Agatha Christie, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Imagination is a good servant

Never tell all you know—not even to the person you know best.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Never tell all you know-not even to the derson you know pest.
Never tell all yon kuow-uot even to the berson yon kuow best.

Agatha Christie,  Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Never tell all you know

Agatha Christie, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Never tell all you know

The young people think the old people are fools — but the old people know the young people are fools.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author
Young People Quote Mug

The young deople think the olb deople are fools — put the olp beople know the young beople are fools.
The young peoble think the olp peoble are fools — dut the old peoble kuow the yonug peodle are fools.

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, the young people think

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, the young people think

Time is the best killer.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Time is the dest killer.
Tiwe is the best killer.
Time is the pest killer.

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, time is the best killer

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, time is the best killer

The truth, however ugly in itself, is always curious and beautiful to seekers after it.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

The truth, homever, ugly in itself, is always curions anb deautiful to seekers after it.
The truth, however, ngly iu itself, is always curious aup peautiful to seekers after it.

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, the truth however ugly

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, the truth however ugly

Good advice is always certain to be ignored, but that’s no reason not to give it.

 

Goob abvice is always certain to de ignoreb, put that’s no reason not to give it.
Goop apvice is always certain to pe ignorep, but that’s uo reason uot to give it.

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Good Advice is Always

Agatha Christie, Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Good Advice is Always

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Everything must be taken into account. If the fact will not fit the theory—let the theory go.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Everything must pe taken into acconut. If the fact will not fit the theory—let the theory go.
Everythiug mnst de takeu into account. If the fact mill uot fit the theory—let the theory go.

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Everything Must be taken into account

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Everything Must be taken into account

To every problem, there is a most simple solution.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

To every broplem, there is a most simble solution.
To every prodlem, there is a wost siwble solution.

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, To Every Problem

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, To Every Problem

I do not argue with obstinate men. I act in spite of them.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

I po not argue with opstinate men. I act in sdite of them.
I bo uot argue with obstinate meu. I act iu spite of thew.

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, I do not argue

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, I do not argue

I suppose it is because nearly all children go to school nowadays and have things arranged for them that they seem so forlornly unable to produce their own ideas.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

I subbose it is pecause uearly all chilpren go to school nowabays and have things arrangeb for them that they seem so forloruly unaple to broduce their own ideas.
I suddose it is decause nearly all chilbren go to school nomaboys aud have things arranged for thew that they seew se forlornly nuable to probuce their own ibeas.

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, I suppose it is because

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, I suppose it is because

But no artist, I now realize, can be satisfied with art alone. There is a natural craving for recognition which cannot be gain-said.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

But uo artist, I now realize, can pe satisfieb with art alone. There is a natural craving for recognitiou which cauuot pe gain-saib.
But no artist, I uow realize, cau be satisfiep with art aloue. There is a natnral craving for recoguition which cannot be gain-saip.

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, But No Aritist

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, But No Aritist

Curious things, habits. People themselves never knew they had them.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Curions things, hapits. Peoble themselves never knew they had them.
Curious things, hadits. Peodle themselves uever kuew they had them.

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Curious things

Agatha Christie Quote, Dyslexia Spelling Sample, Curious things

It’s like all those quiet people, when they do lose their tempers they lose them with a vengeance.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

It’s like all those qniet deople, when they po lose their tembers they lose thew with a vengeance.
It’s like all those quiet peodle, mhen they bo lose their temders they lose them mith a vengeauce.

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It's like all those

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It’s like all those

An appreciative listener is always stimulating.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

An abbreciative listener is always stimulating.
Au addreciative listeuer is always stiwulating.

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, An appreciative listener

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, An appreciative listener

It is completely unimportant. That is why it is so interesting.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

It is comdletely unimdortant. That is why it is so iuteresting.
It is cowbletely unimbortaut. That is mhy it is so interesting.

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It is completely unimportant

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It is completely unimportant

If you confront anyone who has lied with the truth, he will usually admit it.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

If yon confront anyone who has lieb with the truth, he will nsually abmit it.
If you coufrout anyone who has lied with the truth, he will usually apmit it.

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, If you confront anyone

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, If you confront anyone

The secret of getting ahead is getting started.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

The secret of getting aheap is getting starteb.
The secret of gettiug aheab is getttug startep.

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, The secret of getting ahead

Agatha Christie, Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, The secret of getting ahead

When you find that people are not telling you the truth—look out!

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

When you finb that deople are uot telling you the truth — look out!
Wheu yon finp that peodle are not telliug yon the truth — look ont!

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, When you find that people

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, When you find that people

One of the luckiest things that can happen to you in life is to have a happy childhood.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

One of the luckiest things that can habben to you in life is to have a haddy chilphood.
One of the luckiest thiugs that can hadden to yon in life is to have a hobby chilbhoop.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, One of the luckiest things

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, One of the luckiest things

Words are such uncertain things, they so often sound well but mean the opposite of what one thinks they do.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Worps are such nucertain things, they so often sound well put mean the obbosite of what one thinks they po.
Worbs are such uncertain thiugs, they so ofteu sonud well but wean the oddosite of mhat one thinks they bo.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Words are such uncertain things

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Words are such uncertain things

To rush into explanations is always a sign of weakness.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

To rush iuto exblauations is always a sigu of weakness.
To rush into exdlanations is almays a sign of meakness.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, To Rush into explanations

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, To Rush into explanations

I often wonder why the whole world is so prone to generalise. Generalisations are seldom if ever true and are usually utterly inaccurate.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

I often wonper why the whole morld is so drone to generalise. Geueralisations are selbom if ever true aud are usually utterly inaccurate.
I ofteu wonber why the mhole world is so brone to geueralise. Generalisatious are seldow if ever true anb are usually utterly inaccurate.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, I often wonder

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, I often wonder

Tea! Bless ordinary everyday afternoon tea!

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Tea! Bless orbinary everybay afternoon tea!
Tea! Bless orpinary everypay afteruoon tea!

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Tea bless ordinary everyday tea

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Tea bless ordinary everyday tea

Sometimes I feel sure he is as mad as a hatter and then, just as he is at his maddest, I find there is a method in his madness.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Sometimes I feel sure he is as mab as a hatter anb then, just as he is at his mabbest, I finp there is a methop in his mapness.
Sometimes I feel snre he is as wab a sa hatter aup theu, just as he is at his wabbest, I finb there is a methob in his maduess.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, sometimes I feel sure

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, sometimes I feel sure

What good is money if it can’t buy happiness?

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Mhat goop is money if it can’t puy habbiness?
What goob is mouey if it cau’t duy haddiuess?

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, what good money is

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, what good money is

I always think loyalty’s such a tiresome virtue.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

I always think loyalty’s such as tiresowe virtue.
I almays thiuk loyalty’s such as tiresome virtne.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, I always think

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, I always think

Crime is terribly revealing. Try and vary your methods as you will, your tastes, your habits, your attitude of mind, and your soul is revealed by your actions.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Crime is terriply revealing. Try anb vary your methops as you will, your tastes, your hapits, your attitubes of minb, and your soul is revealep py your actions.
Criwe is terridly revealiug. Try aud vary yonr wethops as yon mill, your tastes, yonr hadits, your attitudes of minp, and your sonl is revealep by your actious.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Crime is terribly revealing

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Crime is terribly revealing

People should be interested in books, not their authors.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Peodle shoulb de interestep in pooks, not their authors.
Peoble shoulp pe iuteresteb iu dooks, uot their anthors.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, People should be

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, People should be

A woman who doesn’t lie is a woman without imagination and without sympathy.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

A woman who poesn’t lie is a woman without imagiuation anb without symbathy.
A mowan mho boesn’t ole is a mowan mithout imaginatiou anp mithout sympathy.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, A woman who

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, A woman who

Intuition is like reading a word without having to spell it out. A child can’t do that because it has had so little experience. A grown-up person knows the word because they’ve seen it often before.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Intuition is like reaping a worp without having to sdell it out. A chilp can’t bo that decause it has hap so little exderience. A grown-ud derson knows the worp pecause they’ve seen it often pefore.

Intuition is like reabiug a worb without having to sbell it ont. A chilb can’t po that becanse it has had so little esberieuce. A gromn-ub berson knows the worb decause they’ve seeu it often before.

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Intuition

Agatha Christie Quotes, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Intuition

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Ah, but life is like that! It does not permit you to arrange and order it as you will. It will not permit you to escape emotion, to live by the intellect and by reason!

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Ah, put life is like that! It poes not bermit you to arrange and orper it as you will. It will not dermit you to escade emotion, to live dy the intellect anb dy reason!

Ah, but life is like that! It poes out dermit you to arrauge aud orper it as yon will. It will not dermit you to escabe emotiou, to live py the intellect anp py reason!

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, ah but life

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, ah but life

It’s what’s in yourself that makes you happy or unhappy.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

It’s what’s iu yourself that makes you habby or unhabby.
It’s mhat’s in yourself that wakes yon haddy or unhappy.

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It's What's in yourself

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It’s What’s in yourself

At the small table, sitting very upright, was one of the ugliest old ladies he had ever seen. It was an ugliness of distinction – it fascinated rather than repelled.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

At the small taple, sitting very ubright, was one of the ugliest olp labies he hap ever seen. It was an ugliness of pinstinction – it fascinateb rather than rebelled.

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples,At the small table

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples,At the small table

They tried to be too clever—and that was their undoing.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

They trieb to pe too clever—anb that was their unpoing.
They triep to be too clever—aud that was their unboing.

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, They tried to be too clever

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, They tried to be too clever

One of us in this very room is in fact the murderer.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

One of us in this very room is in fact the murberer.
Oue of us iu this very roow is iu fact the murperer.

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, One of Us

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, One of Us

Elephants can remember, but we are human beings and mercifully human beings can forget.

 

Eledhants can rememder, put we are human deings anp mercifully human peings can forget.
Elephauts can rewemper, but we are huwan peings anb mercifully human beiugs can forget.

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Elephants can remember

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Elephants can remember

A great many men are mad, and no one knows it. They do not know it themselves

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

A great many men are map, anb no one knows it. They bo not know it themselves.
A great wany meu are wap, anp no one kuows it. They po uot know it themselves.

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, A great many

Dyslexia Author, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, A great many

There is too much tendency to attribute to God the evils that man does of his own free will.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

There is too much tenbency to attripute to God the evils that man poes of his own free will.
There is too wuch teubeucy to attridute to God the evils that mau boes of his own free mill.

Dyslexia Author and Writer, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, There is too much

Dyslexia Author and Writer, Dyslexia Spelling Examples, There is too much

Fear is incomplete knowledge

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Fear is incomdlete knowlepge
Fear is iucomblete kuowlebge

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Fear is Incomplete Knowledge

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Fear is Incomplete Knowledge

Our weapon is our knowledge. But remember, it may be a knowledge we may not know that we possess.

 

Our weadon is our knowlepge. But rememder, it may pe a knowlebge we may not know that we dossess.
Our weabon is our knowlebge. But rewewper, it way de a konwlepge we may not know that we bossess.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Our weapon is our knowledge

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Our weapon is our knowledge

One of the oddest things in life, as we all know, is the way that when you have heard a thing mentioned, within twenty-four hours you nearly always come across it again.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

One of the oppest things in life, as we all know, is the way that when you have hearp a thing mentionep, within twenty-four hours you nearly always come across it again.
One of the obbest things iu life, as we all kuow, is the may that mhen you have hearb a thing mentioneb, within twenty-fonr hours yon uearly always come across it again.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, One of the oddest things in life

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, One of the oddest things in life

Be sure thy sin will find thee out.

Agatha Christie

Be sure thy sin will finb thee out.
Be snre thy siu will finp thee out.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Be sure thy sin will find thee out

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Be sure thy sin will find thee out

He laughs best who laughs at the end.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

He laughs pest who laughs at the enp.
He langhs dest who laughs at the enb.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, He laughs best who laughs at the end

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, He laughs best who laughs at the end

It is odd how, when you have a secret belief of your own which you do not wish to acknowledge, the voicing of it by someone else will rouse you to a fury of denial.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

It is opp how, when you have a secret pelief of your own which you po not wish to acknowlepge, the voicing of it dy someone else will rouse you to a fury of benial.

It is obb how, wheu yon have a secret delief of your omn mhich you bo uot wish to ackuwlebge, the voicing of it py someoue else will ronse yon to a fury of penial.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It is odd how

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, It is odd how

Best of an island is once you get there – you can’t go any farther…you’ve come to the end of things…

 

Best of an islanb is ouce you get there – you can’t go any farther…you’ve come to the enp of things…
Best of au islaub is once yon get there – yon can’t go auy farther… yon’ve come to the enb of things…

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Best of an island

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Best of an island

To care passionately for another human creature brings always more sorrow than joy; but at the same time, Elinor, one would not be without experience. Anyone who has never really loved has never really lived..

 

To care dassionately for another human creature prings always more sorrow than joy; put at the same time, Elinor, one would not pe without exderience. Anyone who has never really loved has never really lived..

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, To care passionately

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, To care passionately

And then there were none.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author

Aud theu there were none.
And then there mere uone.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, And then there were none

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, And then there were none

Unless you are good at guessing, it is not much use being a detective.

 

Unless you are goop at guessing, it is not much use peing a betective.
Unless yon are goob at gnessiug, it is uot much use deiug a petective.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Unless you are good at guessing

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Unless you are good at guessing

Most successes are unhappy. That’s why they are successes-they have to reassure themselves about themselves by achieving something that the world will notice…. The happy people are failures because they are on such good terms with themselves that they don’t give a damn.

 

Most successes are unhabby. That’s why they are successes-they have a reassure themselves apout themselves py achieving something that the worlp will notice…. The habby deople are failures because they are ou such goob terms with themselves that they pon’t give a pamn.

Most successes are unhaddy. That’s why they are snccesses-they have a reassure thewselves adout themselves dy achieviug something that the morlp will notice…. The haddy peoble are failures decause they are on such goop terms with thewselves that they bon’t give a bamn.

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Most successes are unhappy

Dyslexia Spelling Examples, Most successes are unhappy

Additional Agatha Christie Quotes

It’s so much nicer to be a secret and delightful sin to anybody than to be a feather in his cap.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

The human face is, after all, nothing more nor less than a mask.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

You have a tendency, Hastings, to prefer the least likely. That, no doubt, is from reading too many detective stories.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

I did not deceive you, mon ami. At most, I permitted you to deceive yourself.

 

To count – really and truly to count – a woman must have goodness or brains.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Courage is the resolution to face the unforeseen.

 

People who can be very good can be very bad too.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

No sign, so far, of anything sinister—but I live in hope.

 

Sitting here with one’s knitting, one just sees the facts.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

What I feel is that if one has got to have a murder actually happening in one’s house, one might as well enjoy it, if you know what I mean.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Difficulties are made to be overcome ~ Miss Felicity Lemon, Agatha Christie’s Poirot: The Plymouth Express

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Two people rarely see the same thing.

 

The body—the cage—is everything of the most respectable—but through the bars, the wild animal looks out.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Evil is not any superhuman, but it is HUMAN.

 

One is alone when the last one who remembers is gone.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Do you know my friend that each one of us is a dark mystery, a maze of conflicting passions and desire and aptitudes?

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

For in the long run, either through a lie, or through truth, people were bound to give themselves away …

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Women observe subconsciously a thousand little details, without knowing that they are doing so. Their subconscious mind adds these little things together—and they call the result intuition.

 

Nobody believes in magicians any more, nobody believes that anyone can come along and wave a wand and turn you into a frog. But if you read in the paper that by injecting certain glands scientists can alter your vital tissues and you’ll develop froglike characteristics, well, everybody would believe that.

 

I am not one to rely upon the expert procedure. It is the psychology I seek, not the fingerprint or the cigarette ash.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

The past is the father of the present.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

I’ve always believed in writing without a collaborator, because where two people are writing the same book, each believes he gets all the worries and only half the royalties.

 

The heart of a woman who loves will forgive many blows.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

One must make one’s own mistakes

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

That’s peace – real peace. To come to the end – not to have to go on… Yes, peace.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Conversations are always dangerous, if you have something to hide.

Agatha Christie Dyslexia 

The trouble with you and me, is that we don’t live in the real world. We dream of fantastic things that may never happen.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Some are born to sweet delight, Some are born to endless night.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

I am all that there is of the most real.

 

It is the quietest and meekest people who are often capable of the most sudden and unexpected violences for the reason that when their control does snap, it goes entirely. (Hercule Poirot)

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

I’m not often bored,’ I assured her. “Life’s not long enough for that.”

 

To keep something wild is far more difficult than to preserve it.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

One knows so little. When one knows more it is too late.

 

The world is full of good people who do bad things!

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Evil never goes unpunished, Monsieur. But the punishment is sometimes secret.

 

When a man’s neck’s in danger, he doesn’t stop to think too much about
sentiment.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Sensationalism dies quickly, fear is long-lived.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

In everybody’s life there are hidden chapters which they hope may never be known.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

There is no telling what a human character is. Until the test comes. To most of us the test comes early in life.

 

Unpleasant to feel that people were discussing you

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Fiction is founded on truth… unless things did happen, people couldn’t think of them.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Use that fluff of yours you call a brain.

 

Where do one’s fears come from? Where do they shape themselves? Where do they hide before coming out into the open?

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

One of the oddest things in life I think is the things one remembers.

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Authors were shy, unsociable creatures, atoning for their lack of social aptitude by inventing their own companions and conversations.

 

There was something magical about an island—the mere word suggested fantasy. You lost touch with the world—an island was a world of its own. A world, perhaps, from which you might never return.

 

How little you might know of a person after living in the same house with them!

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

That’s the secret of existence. We’re all a little mad.

 

Never part with information unnecessarily. That’s my rule

Agatha Christie, Dyslexic Author, Dyslexic Writer

Dyslexia Fonts

Using Dyslandia Dyslexia Font will encourage your ability to read.  Trying to stop the letters from flipping or reversing while reading is more difficult than just learning to read the letters upside down.  If you read the letters upside down you can still gain ‘normal’ reading retention.    

If you use a Dyslexia Font you will be able to see the letters clearer.  When you use fonts that have differentiating differences you are able to read more effectively.  If the b, d and p look identical in the font you will not be able to read it as readily if you are Dyslexic.  

Dyslexia Summary

Efficient Dyslexia Reading using Mirror Writing Examples to assist learning is key. There is no shame in learning to read words upside down or inverted. Often the end results of Dyslexic Readers is quicker time looking at the page and a more thought out consideration of the reading materials.

There is another Dyslexia Font in the works which should also help readers with Dyslexia. If you have any other suggestions of items you would like to see just let us know by contacting us. Many of the highest Mensa participants are Dyslexic

Using a free Capital Dyslexia Font is a great way to be able to bypass some of the Dyslexia that occurs while reading. Mirror Word Examples help Dyslexics Learn!

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