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My reading habits 14/05/07
I have got many hobbies. I
like to read very much. I like reading books which are interesting . I
have many books at home, too. I don`t like that kind of books. My grand -dad reads that such books. I`m very choseful. I not read of all sorts continent books. I read to books what alleviate my mine.
I have different books. I
read quite a lot lovestories. I was read lovestories at one time very
a fat lot. I was read those in spring and summer when I have got love
in my heart. In the beginning when I read was very exciting. Because there were intrigues and nervous tension. It was very (HUVitav) In
the end I have bothered because right- left is something else . I
don`t like read books what I have to read for school. The most was
boring for me. When I have given read some books a kind of date . I
don`t like it. Isually I don`t not come to an end for book.
I have ever read actions but I want it read. Kriminal novels are interesting to me. I have
My reading habits #1
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Libraries

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Inglise keele ajalugu, essee "My languages"

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Northanger Abbey

As I grew up, I chose reading over sports and all of the wild games I used to like. Undoubtedly, I would now describe myself with the word naivety. I am very naïve and do not notice the most obvious things happening around me. I really hope that it is caused by the lack of experience and will eventually pass. In addition, I find myself a kind and caring person because I always want and agree to help people when needed. Furthermore, I really like reading. Sometimes I think that I read too much because I often mix fiction up with reality and in some cases it does not do me any good. As novels have such a great influence on me, I often misunderstand people in reality. Also, I quite often jump into conclusions. For example there was this awfully embarrassing situation that happened to me when I thought that General Tilney killed his wife. I was very ashamed of myself. To sum up, I lack of experience and am too keen on reading novels. This is what

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ENGLISH TOPICS - palju teemasid inglise keele riigieksami kordamiseks

is Lena. She is 16. Lena isn't very tall, but she is pretty in her own way. She has red curly hair and a turn-up nose. Lena wears spectacles and when spring comes there are plenty of freckles on her cheeks, forehead and nose. But all that doesn't make her plain or ugly. I like Lena because she is well-bred, jolly and kind. She does well at school though she has an unbreakable rule: never to study at night no matter how many written reviews are coming in the morning. She is also fond of reading plain books, and Lena sometimes thinks that one book isn't enough to read, she has two pr three books going at once. My friend has a lot of books at home, and she buys them wherever she goes. She says that the books are of great help any time and they always must be at her hand. Her idea is that it's much easier to have a library of her own comprising lots of books than to try keeping everything in her head. Lena goes in for sports and she is a member of our school basket-ball team

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Entertainment and Art

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Review "THE CATCHER IN THE RYE"

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