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Hi,

Could you tell me how I can speak about this picture? I mean what is the verb I can use to speak about the picture?
Can I say "I had / got my book wired"?
 

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Jaskin

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hi,
Please note I'm not a teacher nor a native speaker;
The thing that holds the pages together is called comb binder or ring binder, wire binder so my WAG would be : to bind. Or made a verb out of the nouns.

Cheers
 

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'I had my book spiral bound.'
 
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hi,
Please note I'm not a teacher nor a native speaker;
The thing that holds the pages together is called comb binder or ring binder, wire binder so my WAG would be : to bind. Or made a verb out of the nouns.

Cheers
:-? :-? :-?
Why should I say I'm not a native speaker???
 

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Why should I say I'm not a native speaker?

not a teacher

As the original poster you don't have to say that you aren't a native speaker.
Jaskin is asking us to note that he/she is not a native speaker. We can then take that into account when considering Jaskin's answer.
 
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