I'd heard about such things an' read about
such things in some of the books, an' when I looked around at your house, why, the books come true.
Read about the Johns Hopkins University students and their basketball invention.
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Someday, Ethan may pick up a magazine and read about
how his brain compares with that of a precocious reader living halfway around the world.
A basic level of familiarity about this historical period is presumed whenever college students read about current political, international, or social events.
Because both novels are set in the same historical period, students read about many of the same events in different contexts and have an opportunity to experience relevant vocabulary items and conceptual ideas in different frameworks.
You could see a picture of a McIntosh, read about
its slightly acid tartness, its hard crispness when fresh, the glossy smoothness of its skin, the little "crack" it gives when you first bite into it.
I love all kinds of books - drama, romance, history - and I read about
three a month.
The resulting ideas assist pupils to use oral language, engage in written work, read about
similar situations or subject matter, and/or listen to the thinking of others.
It bothers me when I read about
people hurting each other, because I saw so much of that in my medical practice," he explains.
As children read about
their hobbies or their sports, they begin to see the relevance of reading.
At the same time, it should come as no surprise to anyone as smart as Winfrey that her largely female television audience would respond very well to the suggestion of a book club, and not just because women read about 70 percent of the fiction published every year in America.
Over the past two dozen months I have read about 20 books for our meetings, most of which I had never read before, and many of which I certainly would not have read without the reading group.
When later I came across an event or circumstance or character similar to one I had read about
,'' he writes, ``it usually had the slightly startling but disappointing feeling of deja vu, because I imagined that what was now taking place had already happened to me in words, had already been named.