Are You Confused In Your Book

September 29, 2010 § 1 Comment

Everyone gets confused in a book. If you get confused in your book then you can, reread, stop and think or you can read on and see if it makes sense if you read on.


If you are confused in your book you can reread. Rereading helps you because if you are reading fast then you might miss something. It might get you off track or it might make you think that what you read has a different meaning than what the book actually said. Rereading helps because it’s like double checking to see if you missed anything.

If you are confused in your book you can read on. Reading on can help because if you read a sentience and it doesn’t make since you can read the next sentience and it might give you more information and help you figure out the previous sentience.

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§ One Response to Are You Confused In Your Book

  • Mr. McGuire says:

    If you are confused in your book you can read on. Reading on can help because if you read a sentience and it doesn’t make since you can read the next sentience and it might give you more information and help you figure out the previous sentience.

    This method of using context clues is a great way to “get it.”

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