A part of diary. The research: why I can't read. (2)
The research itself. So I start reading and what interrupts me: *) Dissatisfaction that "I have to read". That means that I subconsciously force myself to read just not to feel bored, hoping to enjoy it sooner or later. *) Dissatisfaction that something interesting doesn't begin. *) Dissatisfaction that I can't see anything new. *) There is always a confidence ...
A part of diary. The research: why I can't read. (1)
Since approximately 2009 I practically don't read books. (Maybe that matches with the period of me geting totally incommunicative). I remember that spring I still was reading a little, I have read a couple of books of Feuchtwanger and I 've read something else with my husband Anton. That time I already had slack interest in reading, books seemed to ...
Topic: Some people claim that classical literature should be replaced more modern words that it could me more understable for readers. Many people claim, that classical books should be rewrited by using modern language, that readers could understand it. This idea can be said to have both advantages and disadvantages. In my essay I’m going to consider this issue. To ...
correction by celiafisher
It's only my second visit to the site...
It's only my second visit to the site. And may be I make an assuming very fast but my opinion about it is that it's a little raw and unpopular. I will very glad if I mistake. And by the way, the service is absolutely free for me, so I have no complaints and I appreciate the time and the ...
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About what I want and what I am here for
My solely purpose to be here is the practice in English. I am neither a businessman nor a staff's worker with language skill required. The English is just a subject of my dreams... So if you're interested with such a texts, I'll write here, you can check them out. I will very very glad to see you reading my topics. ...
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The importance of reading classics
There’s some books we read that touch so deep our souls, and make us think in some kinds of things that we never mind of. These kinds of books are often called classics. Most of the time people don’t like reading classics, their think it’s a boring thing, sometimes with a difficult or uncommon vocabulary. But what that kind of ...
correction by missmetwo
John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” review.
Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” is a tale of friendship, loneliness and cruelty. The main characters, Lennie and George, live a hand to mouth life, and all they want is to have a home, a little piece of land, where they can live their lives without the threats of a cruel world. Quick and deep, the book tells us – ...
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