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  • Many learners tell me that they love readingbut find reading in English too slow and boring.  

    很多學習者告訴我,他們喜歡閱讀,但覺得英語閱讀太慢,太枯燥。

  • But who says reading in English should be  boring? You probably already read more than you  

    但誰說英語閱讀應該是枯燥的?你可能已經閱讀了比你

  • think! Reading is more than just reading  a book: It goes from Facebook posts,  

    思考!閱讀不僅僅是讀一本書。它從Facebook上的帖子,

  • blogs, recipes, labels, commands on your cell  phone, signs on the road, and so on. Reading is  

    博客、菜單、標籤、手機上的指令、路上的標誌等等。閱讀是

  • everywhere. We do it all the time. Even reading  the subtitles while watching this video!  

    到處都是。我們經常這樣做。甚至在看這段視頻的時候也在看字幕!

  • So, even if you are not a fan of  books, this lesson is for you!  

    所以,即使你不愛看書,這節課也適合你!

  • We will teach you 4 practical tips to start  taking your reading to the next level right now

    我們將教給你4個實用的技巧,讓你現在就開始把閱讀提升到一個新的水準。

  • By the end of this lesson, you'll understand  how reading can boost your English. You'll see:

    通過本課的學習,你會明白閱讀如何提升你的英語水平。你會看到。

  • By the way, in case you're new here, every  week we make lessons just like this one, so  

    順便說一下,如果你是新來的,每週我們都會做一些像這樣的課程,所以。

  • that you can learn English without getting lostwithout missing the jokes and without subtitles.  

    讓你學英語不迷路,不漏掉笑話,不打字幕。

  • Like Rita, who says that even  though she lives in the USA,  

    就像麗塔,她說,雖然她住在美國。

  • she could not find anything that worked  to improve her English effectively,  

    她找不到任何有效提高英語水平的方法。

  • until she discovered our channel! So we will help  you achieve your English learning goals, too!  

    直到她發現了我們的頻道!所以我們也會幫助你實現你的英語學習目標!

  • Just hit the subscribe button and the bell down  below so you don't miss any of our new lessons.

    只要點擊訂閱按鈕和下面的鈴聲,你就不會錯過我們的任何新課程。

  • You Don't Read The Same Way All The Time 

    你的閱讀方式並不是一直都是一樣的

  • First things first, what is reading? At a basic level, reading is identifying  

    首先,什麼是閱讀?在基本層面上,閱讀就是識別

  • and making sense of words and symbolsHowever, there's so much more to that.  

    並使文字和符號有意義。 然而,還有更多的東西。

  • Reading is an interactive process of  recognition that leads to interpretation

    閱讀是一個互動的認識過程,從而達到解釋的目的。

  • In other words, it's a thinking process that  involves using strategies to process a text  

    換句話說,這是一個運用策略處理文本的思維過程。

  • in order to construct knowledge. That a fancy  way of saying that reading actually makes you  

    以便構建知識。那是一種花哨的說法,閱讀實際上使你

  • smarter. It makes your brain work harder and  better while energizing it. So of course,  

    更聰明。它能讓你的大腦更努力、更好地工作,同時讓它充滿活力。所以,當然。

  • improving your reading in English might  even improve your abilities to read and  

    提高你的英語閱讀能力,甚至可能會提高你的閱讀和

  • think critically in your native languageWith that saidit's worth mentioning that  

    用你的母語批判性地思考! 說到這裡,值得一提的是。

  • there are many types of reading and you don't  read the same way all the time. 
The most common  

    閱讀有很多種類型,你的閱讀方式不可能一直都一樣。最常見的。

  • strategy that we use (even without knowing  it) is called skimming. If you skim a text,  

    我們使用的策略(即使在不知不覺中)叫做略讀。如果你略讀一篇文章。

  • you read it quickly to comprehend the gist, the  main idea. This is what you do when you pick a  

    你快速閱讀它,以理解要點,主旨。這就是你在選擇一個

  • magazine up at your doctor's office and go over  the articles without spending too much time on it,  

    在你的醫生辦公室裡把雜誌拿起來,把文章看一遍,不用花太多時間。

  • or when you are scrolling your Facebook feed  to check if any post is worth clicking to  

    或當你在滾動你的Facebook飼料,以檢查是否有任何帖子值得點擊到

  • 'read more'. With this type of reading, you learn  through context. You don't stop and look up every…  

    '多讀'。通過這種閱讀方式,你可以通過上下文來學習。你不需要停下腳步去尋找每一個... ...

  • single... wordYou learn to infer its meaning  by capturing the essence of what you've read

    單... 字。 你要學會通過捕捉你讀過的東西的本質來推斷它的含義。

  • Let's try it. You have 40 seconds to read  (skim) this paragraph. Do not pause the video.   

    讓我們來試一試。你有40秒的時間來閱讀(略讀)這一段。不要暫停視頻。

  • Now try to answer this question  without going back to the text.  

    現在試著回答這個問題,不需要回到課文中去。

  • Interesting, right? I'm sure that there are  words that you may not know yet in this text.  

    有意思吧?我相信,這篇課文中,有一些詞語你可能還不知道。

  • However, if you read it with the  singular focus of getting the main ideas,  

    不過,如果你讀的時候,重點是單一的掌握主旨。

  • the unknown words won't stop youNow, another highly useful strategy  

    陌生的單詞不會阻止你。 現在,另一個非常有用的策略

  • is called scanning. When you scan a text, you  read it to find specific pieces of information.  

    稱為掃描。當你掃描一個文本時,你閱讀它以找到特定的資訊。

  • You are scanning when you read the info on  your plane ticket to confirm your seat number  

    當您閱讀機票上的資訊時,您正在掃描確認您的座位號。

  • or to find the characteristics of a product  in a catalog. You shift your attention from  

    或在目錄中尋找產品的特性。你將注意力從

  • the overall meaning to the structure  (numbers, adjectives, percentages, etc.)

    結構的整體意義(數字、形容詞、百分比等)

  • Take a look at these situations and decide  which type of reading (Skimming - overall  

    看看這些情況,再決定哪種類型的閱讀(略讀--整體閱讀

  • information or Scanning - specific  information) would be the best one to use.

    資訊或掃描 -- -- 具體資訊)將是最好的選擇。

  • These strategies can be transferred to any type  of text you read, and being aware of them will  

    這些策略可以轉移到你閱讀的任何類型的文本中,意識到這些策略會

  • help you determine how much effort you should  put into your reading. Not only that but also  

    幫助你確定你應該在閱讀中投入多少精力。不僅如此,還

  • understanding your level of English first will  take a lot of the weight off your shoulders.  

    先了解自己的英語水平,會減輕很多負擔。

  • [show the CEFR reading competencies]. Our next  tips will help you with choosing your next text.

    展示CEFR閱讀能力】。我們接下來的提示將幫助你選擇下一篇文章。

  • By the way, did you notice how  I connected the words here

    對了,你有沒有注意到我這裡的字是怎麼連起來的?

  • The letter E in TAKE is what we call a silent  letter. It means that you don't pronounce it,  

    TAKE中的字母E就是我們所說的無聲字母。意思是你不發音。

  • and that's why we connect the word TAKE with A,  sounding like [TEI-kuh]. Also, the letter T in  

    這就是為什麼我們把TAKE這個詞和A連在一起,聽起來像[TEI-kuh]。另外,字母T在

  • LOT is between two vowels -> LOT OF. In situations  like these, Americans tend to pronounce it with a  

    LOT在兩個元音之間 -> LOT OF。在這樣的情況下,美國人往往會把它讀成

  • soft /d/ sound - /lɒd əv/. And of is often reduced  to simply [uh], so I say [lodda] not [lot of].

    軟/d/音--/lɒd əv/。而of往往被簡化為簡單的[呃],所以我說[lodda]而不是[很多]。

  • If you want to learn more about how  we natives really speak so that you  

    如果你想了解更多關於我們本地人的真實說話方式,這樣你就可以在我們的網站上搜索到更多的資訊。

  • can understand your favorite tv series, moviesand podcasts, as well as natives in real life,  

    可以理解你喜歡的電視劇、電影和播客,以及現實生活中的本地人。

  • then I highly recommend that you give  our power learning Mini Course a try!  

    那麼我強烈建議你嘗試一下我們的動力學習迷你課程!

  • It is absolutely free and we will show you  what it takes to comprehend natives confidently  

    這是完全免費的,我們將告訴你如何才能自信地理解當地人。

  • in the real world. Sign up now just click  up here or down in the description below!

    在現實世界中。現在註冊,只需點擊這裡或下面的描述!

  • Do you like reading? What about reading in  English? Maybe your answer is NO. You may say you  

    你喜歡閱讀嗎?英語閱讀呢?也許你的答案是NO。你可能會說你

  • like it, but you don't have the time. Or maybe you  do like it, but find it tiring reading in another  

    喜歡它,但你沒有時間。或者你喜歡它,但覺得用另一種方式閱讀很累。

  • language. Well, let me help you with thatThere are many options for you to start reading  

    語言。好吧,讓我來幫你解決這個問題。 有很多選擇,你可以開始閱讀

  • right now. The first step is to start with  things you ALREADY like or that you've already  

    現在。第一步是從你已經喜歡的事情開始,或者你已經

  • read in your first language. This means DO NOT  read children's books because you think that they  

    用您的第一語言閱讀。這意味著,不要因為您認為兒童讀物會讓您覺得他們

  • are the easiest. Kids books tend to use strange  vocabulary that isn't actually practical to you.  

    是最簡單的。兒童書籍往往會使用一些奇怪的詞彙,其實對你來說並不實用。

  • Furthermore, the stories won't really  engage you, so you'll probably give up.  

    此外,這些故事不會真正吸引你,所以你可能會放棄。

  • Now, the exception of course is if you have  children and you want to read these books  

    現在,當然,例外的是,如果你有孩子,你想讀這些書。

  • with them. Then that is a fantastic way  for you to bond and practice together

    與他們一起。那麼這也是你們建立聯繫、共同修煉的一個絕妙方式!

  • Now maybe you use different social networks. You  may choose to follow certain pages on Facebook  

    現在也許你使用不同的社交網絡。你可能會選擇在Facebook上關注某些頁面

  • or Instagram that cover topics you likeSince there are so many options out there,  

    或Instagram,涵蓋你喜歡的主題。 既然有這麼多選擇。

  • turn reading in English into a habit, even  if it's a tweet, the captions of a post,  

    把英語閱讀變成一種習慣,哪怕是一條微博、一篇文章的標題。

  • a paragraph,  a news article or blog  article, or a whole page of a book.  

    一個段落,一篇新聞文章或博客文章,或一本書的整個頁面。

  • Remember to set the time and place and make  that commitment to yourself. For example,  

    記得要定好時間和地點,對自己做出這個承諾。例如:

  • every day after having dinner, I'll read two  tweets from CNN's account. Build the habit--read  

    每天吃完晚飯,我會讀兩條CNN賬號的推文。養成習慣--讀

  • every day. Start small, and when you least  realize it, this habit will grow on you

    每一天。從小事做起,當你最不經意的時候,這個習慣就會在你身上成長。

  • Again, the key is to read what you already  enjoy reading in your own language.  

    同樣,關鍵是閱讀你已經喜歡閱讀的自己的語言。

  • So don't just start reading the news because  someone told you it's good for learning English  

    所以不要因為有人告訴你看新聞對學英語有好處,就開始看新聞。

  • if you don't even enjoy doing  that in your native language.  

    如果你甚至不喜歡用你的母語來做這個。

  • It's important that you find something that is  just a little bit more challenging than your  

    重要的是,你要找到一些比你的工作更有挑戰性的事情。

  • current level and that is gripping enough to get  you into the habit. So, here are a couple of tips:

    目前的水準,這足以讓你加快腳步養成習慣。所以,這裡有幾個小技巧。

  • * Start simple 
 If you are a fan of books and want  

    * 如果你是一個書迷,想從簡單的開始。

  • to read more of them in English, look for graded  readers. They are books designed for learners in  

    要想讀到更多的英文書,可以找分級讀物。它們是為學習者設計的書籍,在

  • which the language was adapted to suit different  levels. Besides that, they have pre-, during- and,  

    其中,對語言進行了調整,以適應不同的水準。除此之外,他們還設有預科、中科和。

  • post-reading activities that make reading more  fun and help you better understand the text.  

    讀後感活動,讓閱讀更有趣,幫助你更好地理解文本。

  • This is also a great way of exposing yourself  to the culture by reading classic English  

    這也是通過閱讀經典英語來接觸文化的好方法

  • and American literature like Moby  Dick or The Picture of Dorian Gray.

    以及《白鯨》或《多裡安-格雷的畫像》等美國文學作品。

  • * Play Games in EnglishIf you don't tend to read books,  

    * 如果你不傾向於看書,就用英語玩遊戲
。

  • but you are a fan of videogames, they can  be a fantastic source to help you read more.  

    但你是一個電子遊戲的粉絲,他們可以是一個夢幻般的來源,以幫助你閱讀更多。

  • Lots of different games have written dialogues  and texts that you NEED to understand to move on  

    很多不同的遊戲都有書面的對話和文字,你必須理解才能繼續遊戲。

  • in the game. They help you develop problem-solving  skills, and are often related to survival English.  

    在遊戲中。它們可以幫助你培養解決問題的能力,並且通常與生存英語有關。

  • Don't waste this chance of learning while  you have fun, play them in English!  

    趁著玩的開心,不要浪費這個學習的機會,用英語玩他們吧!

  • * Read things you're interested in!
 Social media posts, comics, blog articles,  

    * 閱讀你感興趣的東西社交媒體帖子、漫畫、博客文章。

  • magazines, recipes, even product labels, you  name it! Read things you're interested in,   

    雜誌、食譜、甚至產品標籤,應有盡有。閱讀你感興趣的東西。

  • they don't need to be books. You can also pick  a particular topic you like and opt for reading  

    他們不需要是書。你也可以選擇一個你喜歡的特定主題,並選擇閱讀。

  • different types of text within that same topicThis is called narrow reading and it will expose  

    同一主題內不同類型的文本。 這就是所謂的狹義閱讀,它會暴露出

  • you to the same language range over and overwhich will ultimately help you acquire that  

    你到相同的語言範圍,一遍又一遍,這將最終幫助你獲得那個

  • vocabulary.   We've seen at the beginning of the  video that reading is a powerful skill to develop.  

    詞彙量。 我們在視頻的開頭已經看到,閱讀是一項強大的技能,要培養。

  • So, find among the things you already read in  your first language something that you'll enjoy  

    所以,在你已經用母語閱讀的東西中找到你喜歡的東西吧

  • reading in English too.  * Re-read
 

    也用英語閱讀。 *重讀
。

  • Following up on the previous tip, find things you  already read in your mother tongue and enjoyed and  

    根據上一個提示,找到你已經用母語讀過的、喜歡的東西,然後

  • re-read them in English. This way, you'll feel  less anxious to understand what's going on and  

    用英語重新閱讀它們。這樣一來,你會覺得不那麼急於瞭解事情的真相,並

  • will be able to focus more on the language. For  me, I absolutely loved the Harry Potter series,  

    將能更專注於語言。對我來說,我絕對喜歡《哈利波特》系列。

  • and I re-read the books to improve my German  and Spanish! By the way, in our recent lesson  

    和我重讀這些書來提高我的德語和西班牙語水準!對了,在我們最近的課程中

  • on The Queen's Gambit we explored how star Anya  Taylor-Joy learned English with Harry Potter.  

    在《女王的賭博》中,我們探討了明星安雅-泰勒-喬伊是如何與哈利-波特學習英語的。

  • On the same note, you may choose to read the  book-version of a movie or series you watched.  

    同樣的道理,你可以選擇閱讀你看過的電影或電視劇的書版。

  • * Read Self-Development books or articlesThis genre tends to have more simple language  

    * 閱讀自我發展的書籍或文章
,這種類型往往有更多的簡單語言。

  • and can be a great way of cultivating the habit of  reading. Not to mention that if you choose a book  

    並能很好地培養閱讀的習慣。更何況如果你選擇一本書

  • on a particular area of your life that you need to  improve, it will help you in other ways as well.  

    在你生活中需要改善的某個特定領域,它也會在其他方面幫助你。

  • I created this lesson on 6 Life-Changing Books  for English Learners for exactly this reason.

    我創作這節課的《改變生活的6本英語學習者的書》正是出於這個原因。

  • Young Adults

    年輕人

  • Now, as I mentioned, I don't believe  reading children's books makes sense for  

    現在,正如我所提到的,我不相信讀童書有什麼意義

  • most English learners, but young adults  books are another story! Browse the   

    大多數英語學習者,但年輕人的書籍是另一回事!瀏覽

  • teens book section of a public library in  your city or neighborhood (or on Amazon). 

    你所在城市或附近的公共圖書館的青少年圖書區(或亞馬遜上)。

  • You might not even spend a penny and will have  many choices to pick from. These types of books  

    你可能連一分錢都不用花,就會有很多選擇。這些類型的書籍

  • tend to use a bit easier language. I think that  series are great because they hook you and keep  

    傾向於使用更簡單的語言。我認為這個系列是偉大的,因為他們鉤住你,並保持

  • you entertained for a long time! Some examples are  Harry Potter, the Hunger Games, Twilight, and the  

    您的娛樂很長一段時間!一些例子是哈利波特,飢餓遊戲,暮光之城和一些例子是《哈利波特》、《飢餓遊戲》、《暮光之城》和《哈利波特》。

  • School for Good and Evil. Although the language  in them may not be automatically transferable to  

    善惡學校。雖然其中的語言未必能自動轉移到。

  • your daily conversations, it still  helps you expand your vocabulary,  

    你的日常對話,它還是能幫助你擴大詞彙量的。

  • understand the structure of the languageand improve your comprehension in general

    瞭解語言結構,全面提高理解能力。

  • * Simple English 
 

    * 簡單英語

  • Finally, another tip is to develop the  habit of looking up general information  

    最後,還有一個小竅門,就是要養成查詢一般資訊的習慣。

  • and definition of words in EnglishYou  can use the Simple English Wikipedia,  

    和英文單詞的定義。 你可以使用簡單英語維基百科。

  • the English-learner version of Wikipedia that  has its articles written at a basic level, or use  

    維基百科的英語學習者版本,其文章是在基本水準上編寫的,或使用的是

  • the  Learner's version of English dictionariessuch as Oxford, Merriam-Webster, and Longman.

    牛津、梅里亞姆-韋伯斯特和朗文等英語詞典的學習者版。

  • Improving Your Reading CAN Be Fun 

    提高你的閱讀能力可以很有趣

  • You may be thinking: "Well, reading is not really  my thing because I'm a very active person and I  

    你可能在想,"讀書不是我的菜,因為我是一個很活躍的人,我...

  • can't sit still for a long period of timeWhat  if I said you can kill two birds with one stone?  

    不能長時間坐著不動。 如果我說你可以一石二鳥呢?

  • You can take advantage of the benefits  of the enriching vocabulary ofbook  

    你可以利用書中豐富的詞彙量帶來的好處。

  • AND practice your listening as well. By choosing  an audiobook to listen to while walking or doing  

    並練習你的聽力也是如此。選擇一本有聲讀物,邊走邊聽或做

  • other chores or to listen while you read  the text, you'll work on the development  

    其他家務事或邊讀邊聽,你會努力發展

  • of your listening skills while benefiting  from the language of the chosen book

    的聽力能力,同時受益於所選書籍的語言。

  • And right now you can get two FREE  audiobooks when you sign up for  

    現在,只要您註冊成為我們的會員,就可以獲得兩本免費的有聲讀物。

  • Audible using the link in the  description. Try Audible for a month  

    Audible使用描述中的鏈接。嘗試一個月的Audible

  • absolutely free, and even if you choose not  to continue, you get to keep the audiobooks!  

    絕對免費,即使你選擇不繼續,你也可以保留有聲讀物!

  • I recommend The Graveyard Book, a young  adult book with a spectacular narration!  

    我推薦《墳地書》,這是一本講述精彩的青少年讀物!

  • Or you could try one of the other books on my  best fiction books for English learners list.  

    或者你可以試試我的最佳英語學習者小說書單上的其他書。

  • You can choose to use reading asstepping stone to enhance other skills

    你可以選擇將閱讀作為提升其他技能的墊腳石。

  • Read out loud - When you do this, it  helps your brain better store information,  

    大聲朗讀--當你這樣做的時候,可以幫助你的大腦更好地儲存資訊。

  • boosting your memory retention. You are  more likely to remember what you've read.  

    提高你的記憶力。你更有可能記住你讀過的東西。

  • It's great to combine this with  the audiobook so you get accurate  

    結合有聲讀物很好,這樣就能得到準確的資訊

  • pronunciation. Or look up specific words on  Forvo to hear real natives saying them. 
 

    發音。或者在Forvo上查找特定的單詞,聽聽真正的本地人怎麼說。

  • Record yourself - While reading out loudit may be a good idea to record yourself.  

    錄下自己的聲音--在大聲朗讀的同時,不妨錄下自己的聲音。

  • I understand that listening to your own voice may  not be the most pleasant thingbut when you do  

    我明白聽自己的聲音可能不是最愉快的事情,但當你做的時候

  • this, you are not only training the muscles  you use for speakingbut also becoming more  

    這樣,你不僅訓練了你用於說話的肌肉,而且還變得更加的

  • aware of how you are pronouncing, linking, and  connecting the spoken and written form of words

    意識到自己是如何將單詞的口語和書面形式的發音、連接、聯繫起來的。

  • Highlight words and check them later - most of the  time you skim a text to capture the essence of it.  

    突出字詞,稍後再檢查--大多數時候,你瀏覽一篇文字是為了抓住它的精華。

  • Be it a book, an article, or a short noteyou first try to understand its main idea.  

    無論是一本書、一篇文章,還是一篇短箋,你首先要試著理解它的主旨。

  • It will be much harder and slower to do so if you  stop to check every single word you don't know.  

    如果你停下來檢查每一個你不認識的單詞,這樣做會更難,更慢。

  • So, the pro tip here is to highlight them and  after you've finished your first reading (whether  

    所以,這裡的專業建議是,在你讀完第一篇文章後,要把它們突出顯示出來(無論是

  • for you that is a page or a chapter), go back to  the text and check them using a dictionary. 


 

    對你來說,那是一頁或一章),回到課文中,用字典檢查它們。

  • Take notes of words or expressions  - following up on the previous tip,  

    記下單詞或表達方式--跟進上一個提示。

  • create your own personal bank of new words and  expressions you've learned from the reading,  

    創建你自己的個人銀行,你從閱讀中學到的新單詞和表達方式。

  • and challenge yourself to use them. Have them  close to you when taking a lesson, for instance,  

    並挑戰自己使用它們。比如上課的時候,把它們放在身邊。

  • or choose two or three to try to incorporate  in your next interaction in English.  

    或選擇兩三個,嘗試融入到下次的英語互動中。

  • Remember the saying 'if you  don't use it, you lose it'.
 

    記住一句話 "不用就會失去"。

  • I like reading before bed. I highlight the words  on my ereader and then in the morning with a cup  

    我喜歡睡前閱讀。我在我的閱讀器上突出顯示這些單詞,然後在早上用杯子

  • of coffee I look up the new words and add them  to a spaced repetition system, like Memrise. 


    我在咖啡中查找新單詞,並將它們添加到一個間隔重複系統中,如Memrise。

  • Join a book clubThis is one of the best  

    加入書友會
,這是最好的之一。

  • ways to motivate you to read a book, while also  connecting with others and making friends. You  

    激勵你讀書的方法,同時還能與他人交流,結交朋友。你

  • learn so much from interacting with othersnot to mention being able to also develop  

    從與他人的交流中學習到很多東西,更何況還能培養出

  • your speaking skills and put those newly learned  words into practice. If you can't join a club,  

    您的口語技能,並將這些新學的單詞付諸實踐。如果你不能加入一個俱樂部。

  • find a friend to exchange ideas with you. Ideallyyou'd read it in English and comment in English,  

    找個朋友和你交流一下。理想情況下,你會用英語閱讀,用英語評論。

  • but an alternative could be talking about  it in your first language. It still does  

    但另一種選擇可以是用你的第一語言來談論它。它仍然是

  • the trick of making sense and processing  information learned in a foreign language.

    用外語來理解和處理所學資訊的技巧。

  • Use a Kindle or other e-readersBesides digital books being less  

    使用Kindle或其他電子閱讀器
,除了數字書籍是少

  • expensive than paper or hardcover books,  

    比紙質或精裝書貴。

  • most e-readers have lots of different features  that make reading much more interactive.  

    大多數電子閱讀器有很多不同的功能,使閱讀更具互動性。

  • You can highlight words, write notes, check the  dictionary, and much more all while reading

    你可以在閱讀的同時突出顯示單詞、寫筆記、查字典等等。

  • Turn it into a game  
 A fun way of doing this  

    把它變成一個遊戲
一個有趣的方式做到這一點。

  • is writing a couple of challenges onpiece of paper, putting them in a box,  

    是在一張紙上寫了幾個挑戰,把它們放在一個盒子裡。

  • and sorting one to do when it's your  reading time. Check out a couple of ideas:  

    和分類一個做的時候,是你的閱讀時間。看看幾個想法。

  • Try to remember 4-5 words that  called your attention on a page
 

    試著記住頁面上引起你注意的4-5個詞
。

  • Finish a couple of pages, set a timer for  two minutes, and write down all  key points  

    完成幾頁紙,設置兩分鐘的計時器,並寫下所有的關鍵點。

  • from the passageWrite down the  

    寫下這段話的內容

  • main characteristics of a characterExplain out loud what you just read in 1 minute
 

    人物的主要特徵
 在1分鐘內大聲解釋你剛才讀到的內容
。

  • Choose 3 words you didn't know  and try to guess their meaning  

    選擇3個你不知道的單詞,並嘗試猜測它們的意思。

  • from the context (and then check themThe Benefits Of Reading To Your Personal Life 

    從情境出發(然後檢查它們)《讀書對個人生活的好處》。

  • If you are still not convinced why you  should dedicate more time to reading,  

    如果你還不服氣,為什麼要花更多的時間來閱讀。

  • let's talk about some benefits that go  beyond sharpening your language abilities

    讓我們來談談一些超越語言能力的好處。

  • If you have made it clear to yourself that you  won't understand 100% of the text, this helps you  

    如果你已經明確地告訴自己,你不會100%地理解文本,這有助於你。

  • control your ANXIETY and pre-reading STRESS. That  by itself makes the activity easier and lighter
 

    控制你的焦慮和閱讀前的壓力。這本身就使活動變得更容易,更輕鬆
。

  • Reading helps you with general  COMPREHENSION, not only of the language  

    閱讀可以幫助你掌握一般的COMPREHENSION,不僅是對語言的理解

  • but also of the subject you are reading. It  adds to your general knowledge repertoire
 

    但也是你正在閱讀的主題。它增加了你的常識儲備
。

  • Needless to say that it boosts your vocabularyright? Some other benefits are that you learn  

    不用說,它能提高你的詞彙量吧?其他一些好處是,你可以學習

  • new words from context, learn different meanings  to previously known words, and start to identify  

    從上下文中找到新的單詞,學習以前認識的單詞的不同含義,並開始識別

  • patterns, like words that often come together. 
 Reading helps you with a conversation. The more  

    模式,就像經常出現在一起的單詞。閱讀幫你與對話。越是

  • you read, the more your verbal skills grow and  you become more able to use context to infer the  

    你讀了之後,你的語言能力就會越來越強,你就會越來越能利用上下文來推斷。

  • meaning of new words, and thus tend to feel more  secure to use them when speaking. When I first  

    新詞的意思,從而在說話時往往會更有安全感地使用它們。當我第一次

  • started reading in other languages, I was amazed  to notice that I would use a word in conversation,  

    開始用其他語言閱讀,我驚訝地發現,我在對話中會用一個詞。

  • and not remember actively having learned itonly to later figure out that I had absorbed  

    而不記得自己主動學過,後來才知道自己吸收了。

  • it while reading. The same goes for grammatical  structures--you will start to be able to visualize  

    在閱讀的時候,你就可以看到它。語法結構也是如此--你將開始能夠直觀地看到。

  • them in your head, and you won't have to think  about it so much when it comes time to speak. 


    在你的腦海裡,你就不用想那麼多了,當你要說話的時候。

  • So, what are you waiting for to start  taking your English to the next level  

    所以,你還在等什麼,開始讓你的英語更上一層樓呢?

  • and make it a part of your lifeLet's start reading right now!  

    並讓它成為你生活的一部分? 讓我們現在就開始閱讀吧!

  • What have you found helpful to  improve your reading in English?  

    你覺得對提高英語閱讀水準有什麼幫助?

  • Leave your recommendation in the comments below  and check out other people's reading experiences

    在下面的評論中留下你的推薦,看看別人的閱讀經驗。

Many learners tell me that they love readingbut find reading in English too slow and boring.  

很多學習者告訴我,他們喜歡閱讀,但覺得英語閱讀太慢,太枯燥。

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