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Describing Books in English: Important Idioms


  • To be a bookworm = to learn lots 

John reads on a regular basis, he’s undoubtedly a bookworm.

  • To be an avid reader = to learn lots

I’m an avid reader, I spend a big a part of my weekends studying novels.  

  • To have your nostril in a e book = to learn lots

I really like enjoyable with a e book on the weekend, you possibly can often discover me with my nostril in a e book on Sunday mornings. 

  • To leaf by a e book = to show the pages shortly and never studying particulars 

I’ve been leafing by this recipe e book, on the lookout for a very good recipe for dinner tonight.

  • To flip by (a e book, journal, and so forth…) = to show the pages shortly and never studying particulars 

I do learn magazines, however I have a tendency to simply flip by them, with out paying an excessive amount of consideration. 



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