When I asked the man who couldn't read what he would like to do, he answered: 'I want to be able to get my driver's licence and to read about
football.' I promised he would get his licence and he would read about
A basic level of familiarity about this historical period is presumed whenever college students read about
current political, international, or social events.
"I like to read about
farming subjects because I grew up on a farm but never had a chance to farm myself," he says.
"It bothers me when I read about
people hurting each other, because I saw so much of that in my medical practice," he explains.
She'd read about
book clubs and had even tuned into a now-defunct book club show that appeared on BET.
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.
Dr Joseph Aluoch.DR JOSEPH ALUOCH, Chest SpecialistWhat do you read?Naturally, I read medicine related material, I read about
the latest advances, any news in medicine.
But nearly a third (29.1%) said they read every day, one in four (26.1%) said they read a few times a week and one in 10 (10.2%) said they read about
once a week.
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the Johns Hopkins University students and their basketball invention.
Some of the professoriate embrace the bizarre idea of bibliotherapy, believing that children will feel better about themselves if they read about
a child with similar problems (for instance, the child of an alcoholic parent should read about
the child of an alcoholic parent).
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.
But having already read about
Emmett Till, they rather quickly understand that these Jim Crows were no joke.
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.
While BIBR is devoted to books about African American culture and literature, we decided it would be useful to explore what's available for our children to read about
"They thought it was persuasive in hearing someone speak, rather than just read about