Here you are, reading an article in a magazine about mathematics. This shows that know how to read and that you are interested in maths. But could you still do maths even if you could not make sense of sentences?

what does this mean ? "This shows that (sic ?) know how to read and that you are interested in maths" ?

possibly:
"This shows that not only do you know how to read but that you are also interested in maths"

NB an inability to read is NOT equivalent to speechlessness!

## (speechless) maths and reading

Submitted by plusadmin on April 27, 2005 (2015 ?)

Numbers on the brain.

Numbers on the brain.

Here you are, reading an article in a magazine about mathematics. This shows that know how to read and that you are interested in maths. But could you still do maths even if you could not make sense of sentences?

what does this mean ? "This shows that (sic ?) know how to read and that you are interested in maths" ?

possibly:

"This shows that not only do you know how to read but that you are also interested in maths"

NB an inability to read is NOT equivalent to speechlessness!