When you read silently, you hear the words in your brain at the same frequencies and amplitudes as you do when you read aloud. How? The parts that make up words that you learned are stored in the goo of your brain and you can construct them without ear or vocal chord at will.

When you read silently, you hear the words in your brain at the same frequencies and amplitudes as you do when you read aloud.
 
How?
 
The parts that make up words that you learned are stored in the goo of your brain and you can construct them without ear or vocal chord at will.

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