1. Ants alware lefties. Everyone else is right-handed. They use their right hands much more than their left.
Scientists do not know why there are so many more right-handed people than lefties.
Some very famous people have been left-handed. Alexander the Great was a lefty. So was the great French king Charlemagne. Other famous lefties in history include Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Napoleon and Queen Victoria of Britain. In the twentieth century, famous lefties include American President Gerald Ford, tennis player Martina Navratilova, singer Paul McCartney, and the great Brazilian football player, Pele.
These people demonstrate that lefties are just as intelligent and talented as the right-handed majority. However, lefties have had a difficult time throughout history. The Roman word for left, for example, was the same word used to describe someone who was evil or untrustworthy.
The German word for left, "linkisch", also means someone who was unskilled. The French word, "gauche", can also mean a person who does not know how to act socially. In Spanish, the word for left is "a zurdas". It means the wrong way. And in Italian, the word "mancino" can also mean someone who is dishonest.
The Greek language is one of the few to give the word "left" a good