"Anyone can read" is the attitude of some people, even people who should know better. The fallacy of such an attitude is realized with the following analogy. Aristotle is known to have said, "One learns to be a good flute player by playing the flute. One also learns to be a poor flute player by playing the flute." In the same way, one learns to be a good or poor reader by reading.
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