Some people have poor handwriting which may not be easy to read. Writing the amount in two ways allows for verification.
In school you don't have to read a certain amount of books, but its good to read books to help with studies of subjects.
300 words can be read in three minutes.
You simply just read until you get that amount.
No but there are a good amount of books that will be read to you on a kindle.
Sure can't. They can't read words. But they can read amotions.
Not a signifiant amount.
it depends if you are a speed reader, or have trouble reading. jimmy Carter, a speed reader, could read 2000 words a minute. No I am a 13 year old who doesnt have troubles reading.
The homophones (sound-alike words) are read andreed, or read and red.The words read (present tense, reed) and read (past tense, red) are homographs, meaning they are written the same, not sounded the same.
very means to a high degree mostmeans the greatest amount or number eg The sun is very hot. In other words The sun has a lot of heat. Elephants are very big in other words Elephants have a lot of size eg Most people can read in other words More than half of the people can read Asia has the most people in other words Asia has the greatest number of people The Middle East produces most of the oil in other words The greatest amount of oil is produced in the Middle East
The average human can read at 200-250 words per minutes. If you read for 24 hours straight at the same reading pace, you would read 288,000-360,000 words.
the average person can read 244 words a minute.
I read somewhere on the internet that the average amount of fat per day is 65 grams. I read somewhere on the internet that the average amount of fat per day is 65 grams.
The legal amount of a check is the amount written out in words. The amount on the check in numbers is the courtesy amount.
You read the words with your eyes then turn the page.
There are words these words are like secret symbols so if you want to read music you should know them.
One billion, one hundred twenty-nine million, eight hundred sixty-six thousand, one hundred fifty-four.
Thirteen billion, seven hundred ninety-four million, seven hundred ninety-two thousand, two hundred sixty-one.
They are homophones Read and read. He 'read' the book. He likes to 'read' the book.
They are homographs.