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Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks!!

May I ask you a question: how often do you read books? In this age of technology, many people, especially students, are reluctant to read. They always have many excuses when their parents or teachers ask them to read. Actually, it is a pity that they are not interested in reading. In this article, I would like to explore this matter of fact in depth.

To start with, let us look at the reasons. Many students say (that) they are busy with homework and do not have any time to themselves. However, they have time for computer games. So are they really so busy (that) they don't have any time to read? Another reason many students don't read as much now is that they find books too boring. I disagree. On the contrary, I find reading fun and interesting. I love books. I read on my way to school in the morning, or whenever I'm alone. I love reading because books give me a lot of room to imagination. So my advice is, look for a genre that interests you.

In addition, some students say they do not enjoy reading because there are so many words they don't know and it can be quite frustrating when they need to go to the dictionary for help every time they see a word they don't know. The truth is, there really is no point in looking up every single word you don't know in the dictionary because not only is it time-consuming, it also kills all the fun. Pick a book according to your English language level.

Last of all, reading is not as dull or tedious as you might think. You can benefit a lot from books. What is more, books are your best companion when you're alone.
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Hello Vincent,

It looks very good to me. Just one or two minor stylistic suggestions:

1. In this article, I would like to explore this matter of fact in depth.

— I find the use of "this matter of fact" unusual here. Perhaps "...this question in more detail".

2. So are they really so busy (that) they don't have any time to read?

— Yes, better to use "that" here.

3. Another reason many students don't read as much now is that they find books too boring.

— Maybe "Another reason students give for not reading as much now..."

4. I love reading because books give me a lot of room to imagination.

— Something missing here. Perhaps "a lot of room to use my imagination".

Best wishes,

MrP
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