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I don't want to read the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.
Tom likes to stay home and read books on weekends.
Some read books to kill time.
Some people read books to kill time.
Think of what you are reading while you are reading it.
He used to read a lot.
I can't read French, let alone speak it.
I want you to read this book.
Should I bring something to read?
I read all kinds of books.
I've never read Dasai.
If you feel like it, read "Ningen Shikkaku".
Or, if you feel like it, read "No Longer Human".
If you really have free time, read a book. Borrow one from the ward library.
I'd like to read some books about the Beatles.
Now that my brother is a university student, he has to do a lot of reading.
I think I'll have more fun reading something now. I was always part of the bookworm group, but there are times when I just don't feel like reading anything. Right now I'm getting lots of "Read! Read!" waves coming at me.
It might be because I am near-sighted, but I can't read or write if my desk is not in a brightly lit place.
Have you finished reading the biography of Jobs?
Have you finished reading the book of Jobs?

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