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What do you think of this passage? It's from our textbook. Is it written in natural English?
In October 2009, an...
It must be here.
Thank you for the help, ゴドフィスト. I appreciate it.
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Dear native English speakers,
would you check my sentences?
①My father has a good view of the United States.
②He sees it as a highly...
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Exactly. As I wrote previously, unlike 読む, 読書（を）する doesn't require the direct object, so there is no problem with 彼は図書館で読書（を）しています....
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I'm talking about "direct object" for transitive verbs. 図書館 is not the one. Think about "He read a book in...
Yes, the conjugation form is correct, but 読んでいる is not the polite form, and 読む usually always needs an object, as I pointed out.
Not really. Those are two different verbs in similar meanings. You need to conjugate 読む (and also 読書する) for the present progressive...
Notice that the tense of "is reading" is present progressive.
読む usually always needs an object, unlike a similar meaning verb 読書する.