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Write about an interest you have, explaining how that interest has developed and its importance to you.

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´╗┐Explain. Write about an interest you have, explaining how that interest has developed and its importance to you. Doesn?t everybody love to read? I find it just so fascinating, Miss Dexter first taught me to read when I was in year one at four years old. It was my first year of ?Big School?, I was one of the slowest to learn, well that?s what my mum tells me! Nowadays I enjoy reading in bed on my iPhone, I?m reading Mocking jay by Suzanne Collins. Contrary to popular belief, I read for thirty minutes each night minimum, depending on how tired I am. ...read more.

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I think my total record of books read in a week was in Corfu - Grease, I read a total of 5 and a half books, In-fact I was reading more than I was in the sun! Consequently I had to leave half of them there as my bag was far to heavy to bring them back with me, and I came back whiter and insignificantly less tanned then the rest of my family. I believe to be able to read you must have imagination; otherwise it would be just so dull! My mother told me once that I read Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in just 3 days when I was 7. ...read more.

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I always have loved reading; the fact that you get a better vocabulary result is really just a benefit. I don?t understand the type of people who boast ?I?ve never finished a book willingly!? they are just missing out on such a great deal of enjoyment. It?s sad that some people never get the chance to read a book due to not being able to read or even out of pure spitefulness is sad. Nobody can ever read all the books in the world, which is great as you know theres always something else to read about anything you want, the fact that such great things come out of such a small book is just amazing. Shaunagh McGroarty 5th form ...read more.

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