The primary symptom of dyslexia is associated with the difficulty to speak. In fact, the person cannot even pronounce the words correctly. Educators dedicate a lot of time to fixing this disadvantage, but it’s not that easy. When you hear your child making reversed sounds or talking unlike a regular English speaking person, it may be the warning. It makes young patients incompetent in filling in the blanks of poetry or lyrics. At the same time, people with dyslexia understand most of the words.