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This however is my teaching: he who wisheth one day to fly, must first learn standing and walking and running and climbing and dancing:--one doth not fly into flying!
A testing and a questioning hath been all my travelling:--and verily, one must also LEARN to answer such questioning
Even great knights and nobles could not read, for they spent all their time in fighting and hunting, and had little time in which to learn.
But as we grow older and learn more, we begin to like more and more kinds of books.
I can't think why anybody should learn Latin," said Tom.
Only you're obliged to remember it while you're at school, else you've got to learn ever so many lines of 'Speaker.
It is by essentially similar processes that we learn speaking, writing, mathematics, or the government of an empire.
Despite this disappointment, however, I determined that I would learn something, anyway.
Judging from what you all, say" remarked Aunt Jamesina, "the sum and substance is that you can learn -- if you've got natural gumption enough -- in four years at college what it would take about twenty years of living to teach you.
A man, any man, will go considerably out of his way to pick up a silver dollar; but here are golden words, which the wisest men of antiquity have uttered, and whose worth the wise of every succeeding age have assured us of; -- and yet we learn to read only as far as Easy Reading, the primers and class-books, and when we leave school, the "Little Reading," and story-books, which are for boys and beginners; and our reading, our conversation and thinking, are all on a very low level, worthy only of pygmies and manikins.