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If you studder when you talk do the words look studdered when you read to yourself?

Posted by Louise (899 total points) about July 7, 2011 in Miscellaneous - 724 views - 6 total answers. Status: closed. - Report

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    Stay right here -- back in a 'mo -- gonna ask the stud of my dreams . . . .

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    July 7, 2011
    Posted by sonata (6089 total points) - Report
  • No, Words looking stuttered is a form of dyslexia

    July 7, 2011
    Posted by Dave Cobb (19751 total points) - Report

    July 7, 2011
    Posted by Steve (142 total points) - Report
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      July 7, 2011
  • I don't know, but I've noticed that a lot of media personalities that do both TV and Radio don't studder on TV, but they do on Talk Radio. Why is that?

    July 7, 2011
    Posted by captivate (2094 total points) - Report
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      mc_alamo On TV their reading a script and they're not really speaking to someone else. On the radio, they are talking to other people and it's common for many people to pause, studder, repeat, etc.
      July 7, 2011
    • captivate
      captivate @mc_alamo; that's an interesting point; would you repeat that for our listening audience?
      July 7, 2011
  • I'v always called it stuttering & no I don't do either but stuttering is a physical thing, I can't imagine doing it mentally, but I don't stutter so wat do I know ;)

    July 7, 2011
    Posted by Kellie (253 total points) - Report
  • I trip over my tongue often, but not enough to call it stuttering, though I find it very embarrassing. When I read or think, it never does. Of course, it's the things I think about that embarresses my brain when I'm thinking.

    July 7, 2011
    Posted by mc_alamo (14993 total points) - Report
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