NOTE: Written material: words (language), symbols, graphic representation.
NOTE: Compare this to grouping 3. Unlike grouping 3, no attribution of a certain meaning or interpretation necessary in grouping 1.
I don't have time to read novels.
Have you read Tom Clansy?
Can you read Chinese?
Teach me to read Braille.
I read that the interest rates would continue to rise.
We read about earthquakes in school today.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 11
Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1[theme] READ (NP2[value])
NOTE: Compare this to grouping 1. Unlike sense 1, this sense focuses on inanimate objects presenting information, and does not have to reference the animate agents who are accessing the information.
We just passed a sign that reads DANGER.
The law reads as follows.
Let us see how this passage reads in all three canonical Greek.
The thermometer read forty degrees in the shade.
Recite the poem exactly as it reads.
As the law reads, defendant is guilty.
How does you new watch read?
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2, 8
She read the sky and predicted rain.
I can't read his strange behavior.
I can read your mind like an open book.
She's so hard to read.
I read this address as satire.
Read this novel as a parable.
I read her words differently than you did.
I can read abandonment in a broken door or shattered window.
The tracker read the trail for signs of game.
Read between the lines to discover the truth.
He has a very bad sense of direction and can't read maps.
When you see "male" read "female."
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 5, 6, 11
Commentary: INCLUDES: READ FOR, READ TO
The King will read the proclamation at noon.
The teacher is reading the poem to the students.
We read to the children every night.
He read for the part.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3, 9
Can your program read this file?
The computer can't read this disk.
Nano-wires have been used to read DNA efficiently.
Read and translate the codons on m-RNA into the appropriate amino acid.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 4
NOTE: British use.
She is reading for the Bar.
They are both reading history at Cambridge.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 7
NOTE: Over communication medium (eg. radio).
Do you read me?
I read you loud and clear.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 10