Both "verlesen" and "vorlesen" exist and are used in the context of reading to others. However, "verlesen" usually means reading an official statement to the public, while "vorlesen" could be reading anything to anyone.
Of course, "verlesen" also has a couple of other meanings:
- Sie verliest die Pflaumen. | She's sorting out the bad plums.
- Sie hat sich den Text verlesen. | She misread the text.
One of the translations given for hängt is "couple on." As a native English speaker (and a damn good one at that!), I've never heard the term. Does anyone have an idea what the dash-blasted blankety heck that means? "Have you watched any Breaking Bad episodes?" "I watched a couple on Netflix." Somehow I don't think that's what they mean....