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            幫你提高英語閱讀速度(上篇)

            Source: 恒星英語學習網  Onion  2010-07-13  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  

            1. Read only the first sentence of a paragraph.
            If your author is good author, he or she will begin each paragraph with a key statement that tells you what that paragraph is about. By reading only the first sentence, you can determine if the paragraph has information you need to know.

            如果作者夠水準的話,他/她在每段的開頭都會交代一下該段所的大概內容。只要讀每段的第一句話,你就能夠判斷出該段有沒有你想了解的信息了。

            If you're reading literature, this still applies, but know that you may miss details that enrich the story. When the language in literature is artful, I would choose to read every word.

            如果你讀的是文學作品的話,這個方法依然適用。不過要知道,這樣的話你可能會錯過很多用于豐富故事的細節。如果所讀的文學作品妙語連珠的話,我會選擇逐字逐句地拜讀。

            2. Skip to the last sentence of the paragraph.
            The last sentence in a paragraph should also contain clues for you about the importance of the material covered. A last sentence often serves two functions -- it wraps up the thought expressed and provides a connection to the next paragraph.

            一段的最后一句話也應該會包含有關這段材料的重要性的線索。段末一句話一般來說有2個功能-總結一下所表達的思想;為下一段作過渡。

            3. Read phrases.
            When you've skimmed first and last sentences and determined the paragraph is worth reading, you still don't need to read every word. Move your eyes quickly over each line and look for phrases and key words. Your mind will automatically fill in the words between.

            當瀏覽過段首及段末的兩句話后,如果你覺得這段內容值得你去讀,你也不必逐字通讀。眼睛快速掃描每行文字,尋找詞組和關鍵詞。你的大腦會自動幫你補全那些跳過的文字的。

            4. Ignore the little words.
            Ignore the little words like it, to, a, an, and, be -- you know the ones. You don't need them. Your brain will see these little words without acknowledgment.
            忽略諸如it,to,a,an,and,be等“小詞”-這些詞你太熟悉了。(在閱讀過程中,)你并不需要他們。你的大腦會自動識別這些小詞的。

            5. Look for key points.
            Look for key points while you're reading for phrases. You're probably already aware of the key words in the subject you're studying. They'll pop out at you. Spend a little more time with the material around those key points.

            在以詞組為單位進行閱讀時,注意尋找要點。有關于文章中研究對象的關鍵詞,可能你在事先已做到心中有數了。在閱讀過程中,這些關鍵詞會在你眼前跳出來。多花點時間在那些要點附近的材料上。


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