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What do you think about reading?

This thursday I have to lead my English class. The topic is about "reading". I´m planning a discussion board with these questions:


1. Why is reading so important?
2. What have you learned for reading?
3. What are the benefits of reading for pleasure?
4. How can we develop good reading habits?
5. How many books did you read this year?
6. How many books did you read the last year?
7. What are your favorite books?
8. What kind of books do you like to read?
9. What book has changed your mind?
10. What is the last book did you read?


Could anybody tell me if I wrote correctly these questions? Anybody have a suggestion? Another interesting question that i have to include?


What do you think about reading?



1. correct

2. what have you learned from reading

3. correct


5. correct

6. Either; How many books did you read last year, or how many books did you read in the last year. depends on what exactly you are trying to ask.



9.correct but kind of wiered to me. I dont know if you mean what book has made you think differently about something or do you mean, what book has challenged you to think differently. Its fundamentally  correct but something seems of to me, but of course i may be overthinking it.

10. What was the last book you read. btw read(reed) and read(red) are spelled the same but pronounced differently. just making sure you know. the first is normal, the 2nd is past tense.

ok, thank you.

Im trying to say: what book has made you think differently about something?

Then its perfectly fine.


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