Reading Test For Your Human Mind

Posted by: DistortedLullaby

Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/11/08 04:49 PM



cool, huh?!
Posted by: jakewash

Re: Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/11/08 04:52 PM

Yes it is cool but old news.

What is really fun is trying to read my wife's 1-3 grade student's stories. I am amazed at how much can be understood with not the right letters, missing or both.
Posted by: grunt

Re: Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/11/08 09:38 PM

Looks like something I would write before running it through spell check. Back at my first try at university the only spell check was a proof reader. The girl who checked my writing thought I was messing with her when she proofed my first paper. I had even spelled “of” with “ov.”
Posted by: fredk

Re: Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/11/08 09:58 PM

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I had even spelled “of” with “ov.”

You are my hero. In grade 5 I couldn't understand why my teacher was so upset I got 36% on a spelling test... It was a great improvement over the 12% I got on the previous test.
Posted by: pmbuko

Re: Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/12/08 12:49 AM

I've always proded myself on my spelling abilty.
Posted by: MarkSJohnson

Re: Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/12/08 06:40 AM

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I've always proded myself


I'm not sure what "proded" means, but my participle isn't just hanging anymore....
Posted by: DistortedLullaby

Re: Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/12/08 02:56 PM

 Originally Posted By: jakewash
Yes it is cool but old news.

What is really fun is trying to read my wife's 1-3 grade student's stories. I am amazed at how much can be understood with not the right letters, missing or both.


Haha...cute! She's a teacher for various grades then? That has got to be fun, huh.
Posted by: jakewash

Re: Reading Test For Your Human Mind - 06/12/08 03:32 PM

Just over the years she has taught grades 1 through 3 and it is always fun to read some of the work.