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    Meaning of the sentence...

    It really seems that there is only so much that you can learn from a book. Learning from someone "hands on" seems needed, and traditionally it has always been the case.

    Hello, I would like to learn what the first sentence means. Does it mean "The things you can learn from a book are limited." (this is what I thought when I saw the following sentence.) or vice versa? Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Meaning of the sentence...

    Does it mean "The things you can learn from a book are limited." (this is what I thought when I saw the following sentence.)

    Yes, that is exactly what it means.

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    Re: Meaning of the sentence...

    Thank you so much, mykwyner :)

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