He can read and write.
He likes to read books.
You can read this book.
You may read this book.
Didn't you read the book?
I want something to read.
I am able to read English.
I read the New York Times.
Have you read this article?
He can read English easily.
I read a book while eating.
He likes to read newspapers.
She read the book all night.
I have read this book before.
I want you to read this book.
Do you have any books to read?
He is anxious to read the book.
I don't even have time to read.
I would like something to read.
Have you already read this book?
Have you read this book already?
You must read between the lines.
She cried as she read the letter.
This book is easy for me to read.
This book is hard for me to read.
Why didn't you read the magazine?
I read about him in the newspaper.
Read Lesson 10 from the beginning.
Can you read that sign ahead of us?
How many books do you read a month?
She advised him to read more books.
I read the book from cover to cover.
She advised him to read those books.
She advised him on what books to read.
I can read German, but I can't speak it.
I can read English, but I can't speak it.
I have promised myself to read more books.
I thought that book was difficult to read.
I didn't know about it until I read the paper.
I'd like to read some books about the Beatles.
My teacher told me to read as much as I could.
Tom likes to stay home and read books on weekends.
You should read a lot of books while you're young.
She wrote him a long letter, but he didn't read it.
After he finished supper, he began to read the novel.
Let me read the newspaper if you've finished with it.
Let me read the paper when you have finished with it.
She asked him to read it for her because she had lost her glasses.