illiterate person


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Noun1.illiterate person - a person unable to read
analphabet, analphabetic - an illiterate person who does not know the alphabet
functional illiterate - a person with some ability to read and write but not enough for daily practical needs
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They were placarded on all the walls too, though not with complete success, for an illiterate person having undertaken this office during the indisposition of the regular bill-sticker, a part were posted sideways, and the remainder upside down.
During the registration process, any PWD or illiterate person or member of IPs/ICCs may be assisted in the preparation of his/her application form by the election officer, any member of an accredited citizen's arm, a relative within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity, or any person of his/her confidence living in the same household.
The Comelec said PWD or illiterate person or member of IPs/ICCs may be assisted in the preparation of their application form by the election officer, any member of an accredited citizen's arm, a relative within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity, or any person of his/her confidence living in the same household.
You degrade the house yourself by using such language." "Jahil" During a thundering speech in the parliament, the PPP chairman referred to Asad Umar, the then-finance minister, as a "parha likha jahil" (an educated but illiterate person).
Mr Bhutto-Zardari called Mr Umar, who was not present in the house, 'an educated but illiterate person'.
Perhaps, an illiterate person who has never been to school and who has faced the curse of illiteracy could answer the question- 'Why is education so important in our life?' better.
Illiterate person is unable to read books, magazine, articles, and other reading materials.
The children were distributed their essential study material in a seminar titled "No Family with Illiterate Person" held at NUML Islamabad.
The GAAE defines the illiterate person, according to law number 31 of the year 2009, as "any citizen between the ages of 15-35 who is not registered in any formal school and does not know how to read, write or do arithmetic." However, they still accept any person who would like to join the literacy programs even, if they are not in the targeted age group.
An illiterate person is good for nothing in today's world.
There shall, in the future, be no community with an illiterate family, nor a family with an illiterate person," states the 1872 Fundamental Code of Education, Japanese government document.Acting Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i's meeting with education stakeholders at the Coast regarding the slow uptake of secondary school places in the region dramatised the obstacles that the government faces in ensuring provision of education for all children of school-going age.
"I am an illiterate person. I have spent 30 years working under this tree.