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Hi teachers,
a) Reading chapters 1-5
b) Readings chapters 1-5

Thanks in advance.
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Hi. Wish you explained a bit more.., what are you trying to say?
Hi,
Well, it is a title for five 5 readings together from 5 different chapters. That's all.

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Hi teachers,
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?

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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.Emotion: smile
Since they have already read them, will it be better to say, "Readings from Chapters 1–5". Or is it the same?

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Yes, 'from' would be better, then.
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thanks!

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Hi Mister Micawber,
Sorry a last one.
Then, 'Revision from Chapters 6-10' will be also correct, won't it?

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