Everyone learns how to read in different ways. Some are taught in school and others are taught at home by family. When I was younger, my family taught me how to read. They would read to me every night, use the Hooked on Phonics with me during the day, and they would put on TV shows that teach reading.
Little kids love it when their parents read to them at night before they go to bed. When I was little, my aunt used to read Corduroy to me every night. She read other ones too, but Corduroy was my favorite. She also read Barney books to me since I was so into it. Sometimes, we would go outside after dinner and read nursery rhymes. We would sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star every night and read along with the books she bought me.
During the day, my family would teach me how to read with Hooked on Phonics. Since my mom didn't know how to read English, my aunts would teach me. I remember getting bored of the same books over and over.
Nearly every adult you know has told lies at some point in their lives. It has become more acceptable in today's society to lie, although we all know its wrong, but when it comes to avoiding trouble, people will do or say anything to save face. "Lying is a natural human trait, it lets you manipulate the way you are seen by others" (The Truth About Lying). Over the years, new technologies such as lie detector tests have been developed in order to tell if a person is lying and others, there are also verbal and non verbal cues of lying.