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Words, Those Things, I Used Them
Sometimes the most experienced writer sounds like ... well ... like an idiot, when talking. How come these masters of words stumble and search for words? With many writers either returning to school or sighing relief as their children return to school, let's look at what a John Hopkins University study discovered about how the brain processes words when writing and speaking. You would think the brain is sorted like a filing cabinet or library with a section marked dictionary and another Freshman English Sentence Construction and these sections get activated any time language is used. Well "Say What? How the brain separates our ability to talk and write" from May 5, 2015 in Science Daily indicates something a little different.
Thinking about using Dragon Voice Recognition Software? Maybe it won't work the way exactly the way you think it should.
Go here for more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/05/150505112216.htm
WRITING EXERCISE: Write a flash (50 to 500 words) illustrating the disconnect between speaking and writing. Could it be someone can only write "I love you" but not say it aloud? Maybe the person has a brain dysfunction in the language area. How about someone is talking on the phone but writing a message down and something crosses?