Question : I know dyslexia is rearranging the letters in a word.. but does dyslexia also define rearranging words in a sentence or taking them out/putting in words that aren't even there? Or is that something totally different?
Answer : dude, that happens to me all the time. when ever i have to take a reading assessment test, the teacher gets so mad at me because im rearranging words, taking words out, adding words ect.
Question : Can you list some English sentences structures? Thank you! Can you give some examples?
Answer : Conditional sentence, compound sentence, auxilary verb, declaritive sentence, imperative sentence, interjections, interrogative sentence, irregular nouns, linking verb, personal pronoun.. things like that?
Question : Introduction (the last sentence is my thesis):
Canada was first settled by the Aboriginals because of the European explorers that had arrived. In 1941, immigrants from Europe started to arrive because of the two World Wars. Between 1815 and 1850, more immigrants arrived from Europe, Africa and Asia. Their arrival brought forward many positive changes, such as cultures, workers, and their native languages. Immigrants helped to define Canadian History and identify in the Twentieth Century because..
Answer : I'd switch the sentence about 1941 to after the setences about 1815 etc, put them in order of time otherwise it's jumbled. And the First Nations people didn't first settle with the Europeans, they have been here in Canada A LOT longer than that.