Ar 16:38 -0800 2000-01-11, scríobh Kenneth Whistler:
>Well, first of all, there really is no such thing as a "native reader".
>Unlike spoken language, which can be acquired natively, or learned
>(laboriously) later, everybody "learns" to read their writing systems by
>a rather laborious process *after* they have acquired the spoken skills.
Not speakers of Blissymbolics, which is not a spoken language. But this is
not to say that they don't have difficulties.
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