We read an article which explained why we should read more, and how to create a regular reading habit:
Vocabulary Top 10:
payload - the things (such as passengers or bombs) that are carried by an aircraft or spacecraft
sentient - able to feel, see, hear, smell, or taste
foreshadow - to give a suggestion of (something that has not yet happened)
sidelined - removes from the center of activity or attention; placed in a less influential position; also means to prevent (a player) from playing in a game especially because of injury, illness, etc.
genre - a particular type or category of literature or art
excerpt - a small part of a longer written work
anthology - a published collection of writings (such as poems or short stories) by different authors; a collection of works of art or music
avid - very eager, enthusiastic or keen
percolate - to spread/develop slowly; to pass slowly through something that has many small holes in it
smug - having or showing the annoying quality of people who feel very pleased or satisfied with their abilities, achievements, etc.
How often do you read?
What kind of things do you like to read?
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