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The term used to describe 'reading disability' is:
1. Dyslexia 
2. Dysgraphia 
3. Dyscalculia 
4. Dysparaxia 

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Correct Answer - Option 1 : Dyslexia 

Learning disability refers to a neurological disorder that causes cognitive impairment. Reading disability is part of learning disabilities.

Dyslexia is associated with the 'Reading disability' as it refers to a difficulty in Reading, Writing, and Spelling.

Dyslexia is the most common learning disability(Reading disorder) which makes learners:

  • confuse with the same shapes and sounds of the alphabet.
  • unable to read, interpret, and understand letters and words.
  • bewilder in identifying and relating speech sounds with letters and words.

Hence, it could be concluded that the term used to describe 'reading disability' is Dyslexia.

Other Disabilities in Brief:

Dysgraphia

It is a deficiency that affects the ability to write coherently.

Dyscalculia

It is a disability that affects learner's ability to perform mathematical calculations.

Dysphasia

A language disorder that affects communication skills and comprehension abilities.

Dyspraxia

It is a motor disorder that affects the coordination of the tongue and lips to produce sounds.

Aphasia

An impairment of language that affects the ability to communicate.

Dysarthria

A neurological disorder that leads to imprecise speech.

Dystopia

An imagined world in which people lead wretched and fearful life.

Stuttering

A speech disorder that affects the flow of the speech by repeating the same word again and again.

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