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Is it non fiction or fiction I should choose?

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Either. Pick books you have not read yet.

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Should I use books I haven't read at all and books I haven't looked at all at the contents of it at all?

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I haven't read the books properly though the ones I have already.

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I haven't ever finished a book properly on my own.

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Or did you want me to buy new books?

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You are over thinking this. Let's say books you know very little about. Either books you own or new books or library books.

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If I relisten to the audios again which ones do I need to focus on and listen to again? Do I need to go back to the audio 1 section?

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Just redo the ones that have information you didn't understand very well.

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How do I turn the pages because some of the pages are very stiff and what is the position of the fingers and thumbs?

How do I position the book and hold the book and put my elbows?

Can you explain to me how to do the blip page three exercises that we play with?

How do we look at something as if we have x-ray vision?

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