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Hi, Pit!!!
I want to ask you for an advice... I want to read some English books and I'm wondering what book are easy to read (simple words, like on TV). I'm from Croatia and I've been studying English for 8 years now.. Any suggestions?
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Since you're still learning english i'd avoid A Clockwork Orange, no matter how many people recommend it. That will **** your mind UP.

I can't really think of many to recommend...
Maybe try John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men?
I read it freshman year of High School, so it can't be too hard.
Plus, it's a fantastic book.
#9
I'd go for modern young adult books (but not Twilight). Overly simplistic language, coupled with cliched themes makes for an easy and accessible read.
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Maybe try some Stephen King, he's a good story teller and his wording isn't ever really confusing unless he's trying to write someone's speech as it sounds. The Shining is good, as well as 'Salem's Lot and the Green Mile.
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The Old Man And the Sea is a very easy book to read. It's a classic and a very enjoyable one.

Animal Farm by Orwell. Shouldn't be very complicated either.
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Do you ever make a serious post?


Most of you don't. But I would like to thank minority...
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#25
books.

read the Lord of the Rings. or maybe some poetry. try Edgar Allan Poe.
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1984 - george orwell

Animal Farm – George Orwell

Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Radbury

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest – Ken Kesey

A Clockwork Orange– Anthony Burgess

Ulysses – James Joyce

The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger

Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

The Grapes of Wrath – John Steinbeck
#27
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books.

read the Lord of the Rings. or maybe some poetry. try Edgar Allan Poe.


Poe is quite complex if english is not your native language. or it's above average anyway I'd say.

Amazing recommendation however, love Poe and Lovecraft aswell.
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Do you ever make a serious post? Like ever?

Haha, that's a very good question, actually.

It goes like this. I walk into a thread and there are 5 options:

- Thread is fail (in my opinion), almost asking for trolling ---> post stupid .gif
- Thread is fail but I can't come up with something funny ---> post random .gif

- Thread is good (somebody is actually asking a good question) and I can't come up with something funny ---> ignore thread
- Thread is good but I still can't resist posting some weird shit that went through my head --> troll post (throwing some .gifs in sometimes)
- (This rarely happens) Thread is good, I got the time (bored) and I actually have a real opinion ---> make serious post

So as you see, 3 out of 4 post will not be serious.

And BTW, I consider this to be a good thread.


Ey TS, bio sam vec dosta puta u hrvatskoj. Imate super more i zene su vam dobre. Samo nastavi ucit engleski i jebaj!
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And BTW, I consider this to be a good thread.


Ey TS, bio sam vec dosta puta u hrvatskoj. Imate super more i zene su vam dobre. Samo nastavi ucit engleski i jebaj!



Tnx... and you learned to speak croatian or it's joke again??
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Sincerely, Unicorns --> I wonder....
#30
Harry Potter. It would be great because the books get more complex as they go on.
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Harry Potter. It would be great because the books get more complex as they go on.


Longer ≠ elevated complexity
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Ishmael by Daniel Quinn. Really makes you think.
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