Raquel ArchieAug. 15, 2016English (Basic Compostition)For starters I don’t read very often but I know since I’m in college I have to start to like reading on my own. I think the purposes of reading is to understand more about a topic you willsoon to go over in a class, to increase word vocabulary and for some others they learn how to write with just reading a book or page. Someday I want to be one of those people who learn how to write with just reading a few pages from a book, etc. Reading to me means that if I want to learn more about a class, I’ll read the textbook just to see what we as a class will be learning and discussing about in the next few days of class. I do like reading, only if it interests me but, I never really liked reading as a kid, but as much as I want to learn how to love it, it’s a love and hate relationship. I always thought that reading was a waste of time but now I know people do it as a hobby, hopefully I can do the same. I read different kinds of texts, from posters, text
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