Have you an answer to my question in post #11 here?
Student or Learner
My younger brother reads newspaper as if he is reading a novel. He doesn't want to skip any single column. When he starts to read a newspaper, he reads every column as if he will have to know every single news of the world. It causes a great wastage of time. Then I said him-
"Don't read newspaper like you would read a novel"
I think meanings of the following two sentences are same to the previous one.
1. Don't read newspaper in the way you read novels.
2. Don't read newapaper like reading a novel.
Do you think that these three sentences work for this cases?
Last edited by Azah; 08-Dec-2015 at 13:00.
Of course, it's entirely up to him how he reads a newspaper so I wouldn't demand that he stop.
(Cross-posted with Rover. Please respond to his question first.)
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