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hi there hi.whats meaning of "to young people"in this sentence? meaning of this sentence?Autism, and a couple of people in it who are remarkable, though aut--not though autistic--autistic and remarkable. [unintelligible] A paradoxical tale. We haven't come to autism. Now we have to come to--autism immediately is a frightening word, as it is a frightening burden, we know, to young people, others. Autism, and a couple of people in it who are remarkable, though aut--not though autistic--autistic and remarkable. We'll start with Stephen Wiltshire, the West Indian kid of 13, 14. The artist. The painter.
Jun 20, 2019 12:02 PM
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Hello. This is a transcript of someone speaking. A transcript writes exactly what someone said, even if they made mistakes while speaking. Sometimes the person who is writing makes mistakes. Especially youtube automatic captions. Young people = children, teenagers, and "young adults" In this sentence it means that young people are afraid of living with autism. "Autism, and a couple of people in it who are remarkable, though aut--not though autistic--autistic and remarkable." Is difficult to understand. Do you have a link to the video? The speaker stuttered and I do not know what they actually meant.
June 20, 2019
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