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a) Reading chapters 1-5
b) Readings chapters 1-5
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Well, it is a title for five 5 readings together from 5 different chapters. That's all.
It is title of one of my manuscripts. Students have already done 5 chapters, each chapter has a reading at the end, a story that continues on and on. 20 chapter in total. Every 5 chapters I do a review of the structures and I also put, in this case, these five stories together.
Is it "Reading chapters 1-5" that makes sense?
Should I take "reading" to be acting as a verb rather than a noun?
Will 'Reading chapters 1 - 5' mean 'performing the activity of reading chapters from one to five.'
Is that so?
Thinking SpainShould I take "reading" to be acting as a verb rather than a noun?Will 'Reading chapters 1 - 5' mean 'performing the activity of reading chapters from one to five.'I did. I suggest "Readings for Chapters 1–5".
Mister Micawber I suggest "Readings for Chapters 1–5".Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you for your reply.
Since they have already read them, will it be better to say, "Readings from Chapters 1–5". Or is it the same?
Sorry a last one.
Then, 'Revision from Chapters 6-10' will be also correct, won't it?
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