Finns still what they used to be

16th September 2005 at 01:00
Finland is not troubled by dyslexia, and Finnish children teach themselves to read. Is it because the Finns are genetically different from the English, or is it simply because the Finns spell as they speak and speak as they spell?

Robert Craig

20 Priory Road Weston-Super-Mare North Somerset

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