One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘All graphemically similar probe words and targets differed by only one letter.’
- ‘In Experiment 1, the preview of target characters consisted of targets or of graphemically similar, homophonic, or dissimilar characters.’
- ‘In this sense, in modern English a "b" is graphemically distinct from a "c", because by substituting one for the other we can move from "bat" to "cat".’
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