Grammar from Dyslexics: Prepositions

Aug 7, 2013 | Literacy

Prepositions show us where in space and time things are positioned.
They can be tricky for Dyslexics, as they don’t have a picture, unless you create a meaning around them. Additionally they have many different meanings.
To master Prepositions is one of the things we do in Davis to correct dyslexia.

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