The ins and outs of left-handedness | Learn the English expression ‘cater to’

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Since just 10 percent of the human population is left-handed, the world is designed for the 90 percent right-handed majority. Everything from using a scissors to computer design to swiping credit cards are daily inconveniences for left-handers – things most right-handers take for granted. Also, the origins of right-handed dominance and why left-handedness hasn’t evolved out of the human population. Plus, learn “cater to.”

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