- It identifies the number of vowels compared with the consonants in the words. If there are a lot of vowels, there is a good chance that one of them may be in the first position.
- Begins with one of the vowels in the second space, and attach it with the other consonants in one position to help you to decide the different possibilities for functionality words.
- Try this in combination with the other vowels and consonants in each of the same positions of your functionality words letter.
- If you still can not decipher the words, look at a possible combination of two letters that sound like “t” or “li” that make sense in combination with the other vowels.
the ideal is to have more reading books so increase our vocabulary so we will know more words. Another way to fast is to have a dictionary with which we can make queries to decipher the words. Another factor more important is spelling already so if not be confusing the word to decipher.
How to read scrambled words If you try to decipher words as part of your entertainment from a magazine or a game the chances of solving them depends on how many letters have the word if it’s a short word you sure it will be easy but if it is a term fairly long odds of solving them will be difficult going to leave you some tricks to solve them.
For example, in English the letter most used is the E, followed by the T and then A. In Spanish (if we consult the frequency of appearance of letters”in the RAE) can be seen as the more repeditdas are the E, followed by A and then the if our encrypted message is in English (note that varies depending on the language), test to replace the letters symbols that recur more by these letters to see if the message makes some sense.
We should of letters and combinations of several further testing to see if the message makes some sense… “” In Spanish there are also sounds like the ll “rr” cc “that produce bigramas of letters followed repeated.
Applying this to the encrypted message, see as ww does not make sense to be any member of the chosen (E, A,). If we analyze the frequency of repetition of certain letters in Spanish, we have that consonants that make up those three seen bigramas, the order of frequency is R, followed by L and then C. CC and RR at the beginning of a Word does not have sense, LL would be us. So we already know that the W corresponds to the L.
You give up and you can not solve, then just use sites to solve those words to descifraraquialgunos sites in order to resolve.