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true or false and why ? Reading the newspaper can help build your vocabulary and reading comprehension.

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    True, reading in general increases your level of grammatical intelligence.

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    Therefore reading a newspaper would do you the same benefit as reading any other form of writing, as long as the writing is comprehensible.

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    thank youuu (:

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    The above question, when broken down, is truly a matter of opinion that can have arguments both for and against. Personally, I agree with vinnyra; any type of reading generally enables you to understand new words in context. Whether it is a new book, a magazine, or scientific article, exposure to new words can help build a stronger foundation of grammar, vocabulary, and word usage.

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