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To read (at least with understanding and appreciation) is to ________.
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User: To read (at least with understanding and appreciation) is to ________.

Weegy: To read (at least with understanding and appreciation) is to learn.
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User: The young men in Mr. Murphy's class last semester were very responsible. Everybody returned (his/their) book in perfect condition.

Weegy: The young men in Mr. Murphy's class last semester were very responsible. Everybody returned HIS book in perfect condition.



User: The sentence "John wants to really do well on this exam" contains which of the following errors?

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