That's what tutors are for, to help those who can't help themselves or don't know how to do a problem.
You respond illogically often.
Having one-on-one tutoring makes all the difference for many people .... including the ability to spell properly. Some of the most brilliant minds in history have had problems like dyslexia. They simply need a different approach to learning.
No, I don't understand the connections between 'pure awesome', and 'Mishamigos'.
I always say, "it is a poor mind that can think of only one way to spell a word."
I am a person that can think creatively.
that I have learned from reading your posts
Correct, that is what you said.
On paper, ny spelling is excellent. Put me on a keypad, well y'all know the rest......
A tutor is there to meet your needs, if you need to learn to spell, then that need can be met.
Its the reading that is important.
Good tutors can help the person learn how to break down words so they understand how they can figure out how to spell the word.
I do it all the time for kids that just need to learn how to think about the words.
Well, I would like to understand whether human boundary recognition is connected to the gradient along the contour.
To the point, yes tutors can only do so much, it comes down to the person or system in the end.
I've had problems tutors could easily fix, and problems that they never could fix.
Right. I just don't know what to believe in. I've been uncertain about most of reality for a while.