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Reading takes you to writing

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I always think that reading a lot takes you to writing a lot. What is your thought about this? Do you approve of this? The more you read the more will be the inclination in your to write. This is my contention.

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I think that this is often the case. Reading can spark your creativity and get you excited to hone your own abilities. What is certainly true is that consistent reading will improve your vocabulary and likely your skill as a writer as well.

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Yes, well said kms. You are right. Vocabulary is indeed the backbone of good writing. It is important that same words should not be used again and again. A good writer does not use same words again and again. He would use different vocabulary.

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I believe it does sometimes, not all of the time. I mean, reading will widen your vocabulary and teach you aspects which can't be taught in the class room, but it doesn't always lead to writing besides knowing how construct your sentences together correctly, with the correct spelling, grammar and words..

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When you read, you trigger your imagination. Letting the mind run wild is the key to creating intersting content and that is why we can write better articles. Ideas that float away is put into the right path if written out. Reading brings out the best in everyone.

 

Krystal

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Definitely. Reading fuels up the brain and makes you equipped with a lot of words. With that, writing will come off easy.

 

Reading makes you a lover of words. And by writing, you are passing out that passion and love for words for others to read and feel for themselves.

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