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Dave on 5/28/2015 4:14:40 PM

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The Reading Personality Quiz Comments

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Silvia on 3/3/2011 4:45:15 PM

once I´ve been on a lecture with Luziana Lanna herself ( the owner of Luziana Lanna Idioms Course in Brazil )and she said that the day has twenty-four hours , and yet, so small for her. So she optimize her time, enjoy every second as it was the last one, otherwise she couldn´t do anything. For her, it seems like the day has 28h or more ( so many things to do ) that, in the end of the day, she realizes that she could do everything she planned for this day in 24h. On that thought, I´ve been trying to optimize my time, successfully. And I have a reading time every night for at least, four hours. I´ve already read Pride and Prejudice on your site as visitor. And I enjoyed that. I love to read, to write, and only in January I´ve read five books, on February six books, and march? who knows how many?! These are except the COLLEGE books. I ´m just fascinated about reading, the words and how can they mean certain feelings or expressions without duplicity of meanings. THAT is my contribution to you!

yvonne on 12/21/2011 6:06:22 PM

it's cool

Venusnid on 1/3/2012 1:27:34 AM

i am a bookworm

Allison on 2/19/2012 6:44:26 AM

Im don't really like to read. The only time I like to read is if there's a really good book.

Scarlett on 2/22/2012 2:59:22 AM

I love reading