Reading in two alphabets.

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Many speakers of Serbo-Croatian read the language in two phonemically precise and partially overlapping alphabets. Twenty years of experiments directed toward this ability have led to deeper understandings of the role of speech-related processes in reading and the contrasts and similarities among the world's alphabetic writing systems. 

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