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読書, どくしょ, とくしょ

  • dokusho,tokusho


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • reading

Examples of 読書,どくしょ,とくしょ in a Sentence

I have no leisure for reading.
Reading kills time on a train trip.
My grandfather is very fond of reading.
It's not that I dislike reading; it's just that I have no time.
Young people should enjoy reading more.
For me, reading at home is preferable to reading sitting beside strangers in a library.
I love reading books.
I had been reading for an hour.
We can derive much pleasure from reading.
My hobby is to read.

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