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I read a few chapters of a book every night.
Here – read what his note says for yourself.
He was sitting reading in the waiting room.
Read on to find out more!
By the age of five, he could read and write.
I always read the paper from cover to cover.
She read extensively in science and economics.
Reading to young children helps develop their language skills.
Read me that last sentence again.
I’m going to read this poem aloud.
She will be reading from her latest novel.
I read somewhere that she was born in Chicago.
We read it in the local paper.
He likes reading about wildlife.
On page 61, for “three thousand,” read “three million.”
The figure £600 should be read as $600.
They had read the situation extremely accurately.
We had read their decision as an admission of failure.
The machine at the checkout reads your credit card.
The thermometer has been reading over 90 degrees all day.
It was difficult to read his expression.
You can take it as read that he’ll say no.
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