• Thank you for your comment.  "Robin Hood" is famous around the world.

  • The first book I read to the end in English was "Robin Hood". It's a very young and thrilling story style for newcomers. It took me about 3 days to get through all the reading. In the end, you realize you always end up getting more skillful in English, especially when it comes to vocabulary. I can tell that, at the time I was reading "Robin Hood", I could understand about 70% of that literary work.

  • Thank you for your comment. It looks interesting.

  • My first English book- The Adventures of Tintin by Hergé.(While shopping at an outdoor market, young reporter Tintin (Jamie Bell), accompanied by his faithful dog, Snowy, buys a model of an old ship called the Unicorn).I understand for story simple & easy way write.

  • Thank you for your comment. "Daddy long legs" is popular around the world.

  • I think the one and only book I've read in English through its end [other than my English study books]  was "Daddy long legs" by Jean Webster. I had seen its animation, so it was easy for me to read it through and picture the story in my mind. Yet, the book itself was well written and interesting.

    Not sure how long it took me to finish the book, but it must not have taken me too long.

    PS- I had studied many English books during years of learning it since the time I was a schoolgirl. I did not count them.

  • Wow...that's too much. I have no response to that. 

    tam said:

    Then, it is a first English book you read.

    What English book did you first read through the end?
    What English book did you first read through to the end? How long did you take to read through the book? How much of the content could you understand…
  • Then, it is a first English book you read.

  • What do ya mean ''through the end''? When I decide to read a book I'm not gonna tap out half way through.

  • Thank you for your comment. The speed of your reading seems to get much faster.

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