Bilinguals use inter-language transfer to deal with dyslexia

Dyslexic children learning both a language that is pronounced as written –like Spanish — and a second language in which the same letter can have several sounds — such as English — are less affected by this alteration when reading or writing in the latter language. The authors of the Basque research centre BCBL warn that this is less a cure than a reduction of some of the symptoms.

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