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Which one would you prefer - Watching a movie or reading a book?
Reading a book, always. Sometimes I'm not able to read so I'll put a movie on, but I always prefer books. I'm a junkie.
When one watches TV after about 15 or 20 minutes their brain goes into a sub-trance- fall asleep on the sofa is a good example. Very suggestible for anything subliminal to slip in. Contra -wise when reading the brain creates new neural pathways which is very good. Read and you think and imagine images- watch too much TV and the thinking and imaging is done for you.
Reading a book opens the doors of my imagination, I will not receive the media I will make it inside, I choose my colours, my sound system, etc.
Actually I perfer both, love my books, movies I usually dose off to sleep.
I think it depends on the book and the movie...I read about one book a week, but in the off chance I catch a good movie on TV, I'll watch that to give my eyes a rest.
It's tough to choose one. But, lately I've been indulged in books, having lots of research to do and not enough time to sit back and watch TV.
I can do both and usually simultaneously. There are times when I'm just in a "hit me with the highlights" kind of mood.
It really depends! It's never an either/or choice for me. If I'm on vacation or relatively free, I love immersing myself in a good book and soak every word. But if I just want to take my mind off things and take a break, I’d watch a movie. Generally the books always better than the movie
I love both, but reading a book is so much better because you get so many more details out of it! In a movie things are compressed to the action only. That is why books that are made into movies often cut so many things out.
A book for me every time. The only movies I watch now are ones with my 2 boys
I will naturally gravitate towards a good book. Now that I have a Kindle reader I find I'm reading a lot more and not just works by my favorite authors. I am exploring more of the classics and other genres. I love the way my imagination can bring the words to life and how some writers challenge my way of thinking. I don't find that a movie will do the same for me...my mind enjoys the moment and moves on, while a good book will give me food for thought days after.
by wytegarillaz3 months ago
Would you rather read a good book or watch a movie ?If so why ? I personally love to read a book as there are no adverts !
by ParadigmShift...6 years ago
Why do people prefer to watch Tv instead of reading a good book or growing themselves personally?
by Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD6 years ago
Which is better-Watching a serial on TV or Reading a good book,Why?Explain your choice briefly9in about 50 words)
by wytegarillaz6 years ago
What is your favourite way to spend a rainy day when you are at home ?We love snuggling up in bed watching the rain fall . Maybe playing a game together . Sometimes we love a walk in the rain . How about you ?
by breathe2travel6 years ago
Can you recommend a good book series - not Twighlight or Harry Potter - something new?
by Ginny3 months ago
What is a good book to introduce a child to the science fiction genre?
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