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(1) A small but significant number of 11-year-olds are illiterate.
(2) People judged to be functionally illiterate lack the basic reading and writing skills required in everyday life.
(3) You must be illiterate if you've never heard of Marx.
(4) A surprising percentage of the population are illiterate.
(5) A large percentage of the rural population was illiterate.
(6) An illiterate, later he received some schooling.
(7) It was an illiterate letter(Sentencedict.com), full of mistakes.
(8) A large percentage of the population is illiterate.
(9) The number of illiterate adults exceeds by 16 million the entire vote cast for the winner in the 1980 presidential contest.
(10) Koju was an illiterate villager who had spent his life in the desert ploughing dust with oxen.
(11) He suggested that the petitioners were illiterate and had no notion of what they were signing.
(12) Illiterate and undesirable are treated as synonymous.
(13) If consumers are largely illiterate, then the firm's advertising, packaging and labelling will need to be adapted.
(14) Only a complete media illiterate could leap to such a conclusion.
(15) They couldn't communicate in writing, because William was illiterate.
(16) Many of the campesinos were illiterate; some spoke only their local dialects.
(17) What, then, of illiterate adults who have been persuaded that they have no expertise in either area of knowledge?
(18) In arduous debate, the semiliterate or illiterate juror is too readily won over by the selectivity of a persuasive reader.
(19) About half the population in the country is still illiterate.
(20) I'm disturbed that so many of the students appear to be illiterate.
(21) There 50 percent or more of the population is illiterate.
(22) Is it surprising that young people who are politically illiterate do not bother to vote?
(23) The prisoners who went insane were those who were illiterate and without imagination.
(24) Vice-versa, an educated general public is likely to make better use of health services than an illiterate public.
(25) According to the 1981 census, 46.5 percent of the population over the age of seventeen was illiterate.
(26) Pan music, the latent harmony in metal, resurrected from debris on the wharves and refineries of Trinidad by illiterate laborers.
(27) Such abuse is the last resort of the political illiterate.
(28) Teaching modern production skills to those with a good basic education is simply much easier than teaching the illiterate.
(29) Choice, in almost all its facets, is diminished in the life of an illiterate adult.
(30) It was into this lawless milieu that Devi was born, the second daughter of a low-caste illiterate farmer.
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