Question : just finished my cv and sent it to a few friends to proof read and they say headers and a few words are jumbled up, ive not used a pc for long and have no formal training (yet) when i print it off its fine?
Answer : They might have Word setup differently or not have the same fonts as you.
Question : Or you can help me with my homework: someone who is competing against a winner( use the words- CGELERANHL)
making something seem easily done (use the words- SOEFLFSRET)
The rest of the question I did myself
Please help me. Only a couple of hours to answer!
Answer : HELP IS ON THE WAY! SOEFLFSRET= effortless :) CGELERANHL= challenger! WOOT good luck!
the site i did this for is: http://www.a2zwordfinder.com/
pick the JUMBLE WORDFINDER button, enter jumbled word, and if it IS an actuall word thats jumbled, then it'll find that word for you! :) hope i helped.
Question : Ok, lately, I've been hearing about the supposed finding from 'Cambridge University' that it doesn't matter what order the letters of the words are in, people can still read it, as long as the first and last letters are the same.
For example, 'The frok ran aawy wtih the sopon.'
I plan to have test subjects read a text and answer comprehension questions. However, I don't know what texts I should use. Should I use actual literature or should I write my own text?
Also, any other ideas wo..
Answer : i would use use both. Use already tried sentences and make up some of your own to see if they work. You also might want to look into the other side of this arguement, like when a bunch of jumbled letters looks like it spells a word or phrase at a glance, but actually doesnt.