Best Answer

You can read without being able to write, but you can't write without knowing how to read.

User Avatar

Wiki User

13y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Is reading more important than writing?
Write your answer...
Still have questions?
magnify glass
Related questions

What is harder to learn reading or writing?

This question is based more on opinion than fact. In my opinion writing is harder.

Why is writing better than reading?

Writing and reading are not better than one another, but are very similar. Writing is a way to express your feelings and yourself through words. Reading is to read someones thought and feelings and words.

Why was the fountain pen so important?

It's more efficient than writing with a quill.

Is math more important than reading and writting?

yeah math will take you anywhere in live

Is praising god more important than reading gods word?

the same important it is useless to read the gods word if you didn't praise him...........

Is it possible for a mathematics major to do well in engineering?

Highly possible, math is more important than writing.

Why is it important to identify feelings when prewritting for a memoir?

Memoirs are more about feelings than other types of writing are.

Why is it more important to have a constriction in a clinical thermometer than in a laboratory?

It stays at the maximum point so you get an accurate reading

Is more important to look at the serving size than the servings per container when reading a food label?


Is math or writing better?

Math and writing are almost as equally important. If you go to a job, such as construction working, math will be very important. If you were to be some kind of speaker or author, writing will be important. Math may be used more than writing, but they are about equal. If you are asking which one is better, though, it would be your opinion.

What is the difference between reading data and writing data?

Writing data is when you store it. Reading data is when you retrieve what is already stored.This is really not much different than understanding the difference between writing something onto paper and reading something off of a piece of paper.

Why is it more important to have constriction in a clinical thermometer than in a laboratory one?

It stays at the maximum point so you get an accurate reading