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How to read a book?

Yes I passed kindergarten I know how to read but I'm asking how do you understand the book more and read faster and do you just scan or do you look at the word and read it slower?

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It actually depends on your mood and preference. If you feel that the story feels dragging and you want to finish it then you can skim the whole book. If you're loving what you're reading then savor the pages and enjoy the experience.

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What do you enjoy? What interests you? I love to read but I find that a book that captivated me the most is something that I enjoy like fantasy or mysteries. Either that or try books on tape read by someone with a nice voice. You tube has many free books on tape.

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Why would you want to scan a book, unless it's for a boring school project?. Read a book as slow or fast as you like , but enjoy it. People usually read a book for enjoyment or for information, so take your time to understand it and don't read above your capabilities and understanding. Good luck

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It depends on the book, I would say. Some books are meant to be savored, slowly, one word at a time. Others race along. Whatever works for you with the book you're reading. There aren't any rules!

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With experience comes that you read quickly and understand everything.

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Although this is an old question, here is what Brodsky has to say: https://www.nytimes.com/1988/06/12/books/how-to-read-a-book.html

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The best thing I know is that you don't have to force yourself to finish one. You just have to read using your leisure time so you can immerse yourself in the story that you are reading. If you want to force yourself though you can set an hour a day to read or at least 20 pages or more so you can have a daily progress.

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The possibility that correspondence specifically from the individuals who initially found a thought is the most ideal method for increasing comprehension is Adler's contention for perusing the Great Books; that any book that does not speak to unique correspondence is mediocre, as a source, to the first, and that any educator, spare the individuals who found the subject he or she instructs, is substandard compared to the Great Books as a wellspring of cognizance.
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To each their own. i personally have loved reading for almost all my life. when its a book i find myself enjoying i dont think about speed or anything. i find myself immersed as if i was the speaker/character. i shut out all the rest. i finish books quickly because of it

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