How to Read Faster

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Potato Woman
Potato Woman 2 aylar önce
It's interesting to see how some people have grown up reading without vocalising, while others have started doing it later on in life or still haven't learnt it. The ability is largely dependant on how much reading we do as children. If you read enough whilst your brain is developing, the act becomes basically instinctual and you learn to almost seperate the concept of reading from the concept of speech, in a way. It becomes a new sub-level of writing.
YR Aylar önce
I started reading like that when I was seven and now I can read real fast
Emery Veltkamp
Emery Veltkamp Aylar önce
This comment is spot on! I read early on and when I saw this video, I realized that I already did this :)
MacaronMunch Aylar önce
@Geo ig ur like 13?
Trenrede Aylar önce
@corri. . ♡︎ do you remember a lot of details from itM
Trenrede Aylar önce
@Chesemiser do you hear the word in your head when you read it at any place, if you just see shapes or whatever the video said, you don't subvocalize, if you do hear the word, you are subvocalizing.
Strawberri •.•
Strawberri •.• 19 gün önce
I was today years old when i realised other people can read without vocalising it in their head
Shootemdown64! Gün önce
@Alok Debnath ohh
Christopher Davis
Christopher Davis 3 gün önce
​@I don't post:D I thought everyone had that though. That's a very interesting fact, thank you!
Alok Debnath
Alok Debnath 5 gün önce
@I don't post:D My inner monologue is an extrovert but I am an introvert, we dont have anything in common but we do get along as we can speak to each other 😅
I don't post:D
I don't post:D 17 gün önce
If you read this and a voice reads it in your head without thinking about it, you have an inner monologue!! Not everyone has it
Sam 2 aylar önce
“Your brain can read this without having to vocalizing the words” Me whos vocalizing the words when i just read that: 😃
DANNY ALI 15 gün önce
Lol same
Marq Wylliiems
Marq Wylliiems 16 gün önce
Atul 17 gün önce
Gamer op
Gamer op 20 gün önce
MICHAEL SANTOS 21 gün önce
I can read it :)
JELLY Black_Ebony
JELLY Black_Ebony 25 gün önce
You can reading this without mentally vocalising it! My inner monologue:* becomes a rapper cutely*
Allenmoyashides 2 gün önce
Sameeee!! Like I can't imagine reading without my inner voice over....
Pika Chan
Pika Chan Aylar önce
It helped me in my every reading exam, I flew through the text, and I *SOMEHOW* remembered the important parts (based on the questions that are given), so out of 10 questions I answered 5-6 without hesitation and they were right answers, I ended up completing reading part in 2-4 minutes.
Pika Chan
Pika Chan 8 gün önce
@willem van den elzen It took me a lot of training to "highlight" important parts. It doesn't exclude the fact that I might process information wrong or that I make general mistakes. But this tactic generally helped me with some parts of the exam.
willem van den elzen
I wish i could do that... Im jealous right now😅
Mitchek 3 aylar önce
The only problem with this is that internalizing emembering everything that you just read becomes that much harder
JELLY LAVENDER             ªoT
JELLY LAVENDER ªoT 2 aylar önce
@MochiMonster idk I made it up😐
MochiMonster 2 aylar önce
@JELLY LAVENDER ªoT then how is it easier
Mynt 3 aylar önce
hard thing is to remember it 😒👀
Shadowz 3 aylar önce
xValentinox 2 aylar önce
And how do I understand it as well as reading slow? I used to read extremely fast but I got used to going slower in thought of understanding it better and the entertainment of the dramatic scenes.
Hieu Le
Hieu Le 23 gün önce
100 pages is rookie number for me, i have mastered the art of readings after scrolling through endless comments on youtube and posts on facebook
The BuffMan
The BuffMan 23 saatler önce
Read CRC handbook of chemistry and physics then. 3600 pages but you will probs be smarter than some of the smartest people.
Caroline B.
Caroline B. Gün önce
When I have to speed read a text book for an assignment, I do this. However, with beautifully written, dramatic books (my favorites are the Divine Comedy, and the Hobbit) I take my time, processing and drinking in every word slowly, imagining it like a movie in my head. It goes so much slower, but I love just experiencing books, not just reading them. Now, school reading assignments are a different story... lol, no pun intended 🤣
Eddwal De Guzman
Eddwal De Guzman Aylar önce
I use that reading technique in my mind for when my classmates are having a slightly hard time reading out loud
H0LOdm 3 aylar önce
i still vocalized that last part. my inner monologue was spitting bars
UnamusedRabbit 4 gün önce
mosscat 5 gün önce
Jarツred 17 gün önce
I always do this lol
Hasini Reddy
Hasini Reddy 20 gün önce
Isaiah Martinez
Isaiah Martinez 21 gün önce
… Maybe use it to out-rap Eminem
BlursedVark 8 gün önce
For some reason I actually do both methods, and subvocalizing is more calming imo, but the picturing method is definitely faster
ʙ ᴇ ᴀ シ︎
ʙ ᴇ ᴀ シ︎ 2 aylar önce
I usually dont read fast but the last part rlly helped! Thank you very much! Love your content! ✨💖
CDM_Playz11 2 aylar önce
I actually used this tip since like 3rd grade. I just looked at the words and glided through the book and was able to read a 20 page book in about 10 minutes
Eva Leah
Eva Leah Aylar önce
I- I always did that since I was really young and I remember my classmates asking me how I finished reading it so quickly 😂
AxeZie 3 aylar önce
During that rapid word throw I still vocalized every word in my brain..
Lila Rosa
Lila Rosa 7 gün önce
And then you find out you are wordblind
galtatic  historian
@OriginalName same
Stop motion animation
Stop motion animation 11 gün önce
Easy reading while sub vocalizing
King Crimson
King Crimson 13 gün önce
Mimi Lovester
Mimi Lovester Aylar önce
Thank you and also I believe this works because I have done this before but I think it’s better to actually take your time to read and take breaks thinking about it easily
mr x
mr x Aylar önce
Does this method allow you to retain the same quality of reading, as when you sub vocalise? Also my breath rhythm changes when i mouth the words in my head anyone else experience this?
Furi_G 2 aylar önce
I remember doing this when I was young. And we had to read a book, I'm dyslexic but the bigger than normal font size helped reading it that quickly. Teacher didn't believe me when I said I was done-
Istaka 2 aylar önce
Bruh you are a genius. Thank you so much. My teacher teach me this too but somehow I didn't really understand his explanation. Your explanation is really on point, thanks
Kristjan Maripuu
Kristjan Maripuu 3 aylar önce
"Don't vocalize words in your head to be faster" Me, vocalizing words in my head while reading the text at the end: "You can't stop me!"
ezpz noob
ezpz noob 2 aylar önce
Natalie O'Donnell
Natalie O'Donnell 2 aylar önce
Galaxy Poato
Galaxy Poato 2 aylar önce
Random 2 aylar önce
-YourLocalMe- 2 aylar önce
Plutoly 2 aylar önce
What I do, usually when reading a fiction book for ELA, I read very fast and usually have a movie playing in my head. It’s pretty fun. Also, I never learned to vocalize while reading, is that normal?
Allenmoyashides 2 gün önce
That's awesome!!! I usually have different voices for different characters. But when i try to imagine it in the form of full blown movie i read really slow. Tbh i not really able to read fast
The Ortiz Girl
The Ortiz Girl 2 aylar önce
I always use this method when I need to get something about reading done quick.
Mint Birb
Mint Birb Aylar önce
This is so helpful, I need to finish a 400 page book by tomorrow.
《Munchkin》 2 aylar önce
I know that you can literally just scan the whole book 📚! That’s why my friends are all like: GURL HOW DO YOU READ THAT FAST?! Me: Oh! It’s probably because my brain is a scanner.
[BIO-HAZARD] 2 aylar önce
I didn’t know i can read pretty fast :o tysm!! This helped a lot, i was soo stressed on what to do about my exams 😅
braindead. Aylar önce
I do that and imagine the story in my head. Thats how i know what is actually going on, live the story and remember it later on
Lieutenant_07A 19 gün önce
Omygosh I thought I was the only one who did this. When I was around 7 or 8 when I needed to read extra fast I just scanned through the book without sub vocalizing. Lol. I do read with my inner monologue if I'm not in a big rush.
Wyvern 23 gün önce
I have always done this since i started reading when i was a kid. Everyone tells me im a really fast reader.
ver zrc
ver zrc 3 aylar önce
Subvocalising is important especially if you struggle with comprehension, the best thing to do is read regularly so you can train yourself to do it quicker
HappyTrails 1
HappyTrails 1 3 aylar önce
@LB M exactly
Theorist sophist
Theorist sophist 3 aylar önce
@Hermione Granger that means 1 page in 9.0 seconds(approximately)😵 bet you it isn't possible with 100% comprehension or is it!?
ver zrc
ver zrc 3 aylar önce
@Hermione Granger I had to look this up but you literally didn't. A fast reader takes 1.9 hours to read 100 pages so you definitely didn't read 800 in 2 hours lmao
Hermione Granger
Hermione Granger 3 aylar önce
I’m a fast reader so I don’t have this struggle heh like i read the 5th hp book (800 pages) in around 2 houra
Rowan Kearey
Rowan Kearey 3 aylar önce
Yeah, when I don’t say the words in my head and I just scim read I never actually process what I’m reading. So if I were to do that for an reading assignment reading the book would be pointless cause I’d have literally no idea what the book said
Tomaz Aylar önce
i actually do this (and did even before watching this vid) and its SUPER helpful, trust me
neaka leon`
neaka leon` Aylar önce
I've always done that since I was a kid hahah it's much faster and easier but you also forget the words easily🤣
melania trump
melania trump 23 gün önce
That's what I've been doing since I was in 5th grade and I still do it because I'm just too lazy to be studying 🙂
Nex Aylar önce
its something i already do naturally and its pretty efficient, i recommend others do this
Nat Lara
Nat Lara 3 aylar önce
When I was very little, this is actually how I learned how to read, I would often be able to memorize sounds that letters in combination make by looking at their shapes, all in all it worked out well for me, but there are downsides like the fact that you have to reread over and over in order to fully retain information, and reading aloud is harder.
𝓜𝓲𝓶𝓲 𝓒.
Fun/Not Fun fact: You can pronounce words better when reading quietly than out loud.
《 ❀•AJ_Draws•❀ 》
that’s literally how I’m learning Japanese rn
MightyXT 3 aylar önce
That's cool
JacTV -
JacTV - 3 aylar önce
I said this in my head at first but then I just recognized the shapes and speeded through
ö 3 aylar önce
I read that at light speed
rnjaa mh
rnjaa mh Aylar önce
In fact, I had this situation a couple of days ago and did the same is kinda funny. It also worked quite well 😅👍
Pikavee Mania
Pikavee Mania Aylar önce
I have multiple mental disorders that prevent me from understanding anything I read or hear without processing it internally, but luckily I've trained my brain to read and comprehend fast enough to the point where I can read faster than most neurotypicals. It's fun.
𝐹𝓊𝓇𝒾𝑜𝓊𝓈 𝒲𝒶𝓇𝓇𝒾𝑜𝓇𝓈 𝒪𝒻𝒻𝒾𝒸𝒾𝒶𝓁
When you put up all the words at the end fastly, I actually read them normally understanding them.
Stick 2 aylar önce
YES! this is why I always listen to music when I work or something, and my mom said that I shouldn't do that since I'll 'lose focus.'
Big Round Seal
Big Round Seal 3 aylar önce
As someone who's been doing this since childhood: reading without having that voice in your head say the words is so much faster. You won't remember as much but if you just need to finish a book for school or get a basic understanding for something it definitely helps :)
Xan Dex
Xan Dex 3 aylar önce
@paulo_94 dude teach me your ways please
sean lintermoot
sean lintermoot 3 aylar önce
I can do both the first time I read something i read it word internally after a repeat read i just scan
RYX0N ! 3 aylar önce
Bro I did this in school at a real young age, i read a whole big page in 30 seconds and then I flipped the page and the girl next to me accused me of not reading the book, thanks to her I blocked out reading that way to seem more ‘normal’
S van Staveren
S van Staveren 3 aylar önce
Charlie May Films
Charlie May Films 3 aylar önce
@MM93 everyone reads words as shapes whether you subvocalise or not. This video is honestly bs. That’s literally how our brain knows how to read. Taths why yuo can raed tihs snetecne eevn tohguh it’s mseesd up. And guess what?? IM STILL SUB VOCALISING IT! No one reads words as individual letters past a young age, it’s how our memory literally works.
Johnny boy
Johnny boy Aylar önce
It actually just happens naturally for me when I’m looking at subtitles
Nikhil Pandey
Nikhil Pandey Aylar önce
I tried doing this and forgot what I read and still you have to Summarize the 100 pages on your Reading Assignment so I wouldn’t say doing that would work that well but if it was just reading and studying it then yes it would be perfect
Laurenția Costin🇲🇩
This is so so great. Such a great helper!
King Cookie
King Cookie 28 gün önce
I was somehow vocalizing each word even though it changed before I finished vocalizing and some how still got everything
Eugene 3 aylar önce
i actually didn’t think i could see the words as shapes like that, but it really does work, and with a little bit of practice i can literally fly through books, thanks so much man!
mash of letters
mash of letters 3 aylar önce
@eugene @eugene @eugene @eugene @eugene notice me
ali ali
ali ali 3 aylar önce
Hello egg no offense
mash of letters
mash of letters 3 aylar önce
Omo Gose eugene
T Gavran
T Gavran 3 aylar önce
Hehe Eugene
Mine Butter
Mine Butter 3 aylar önce
Hey look it's Eugene
Susie Aylar önce
You dont have to read every sentence to understand the story. Just skip some sentences while reading, saves time. I unintentionally do that alot while reading in my free time and it barely causes issues understanding the story
Christopher Fuchs
Christopher Fuchs 5 gün önce
I can read pretty fast and I was reading each word in my head still-
fruity 7 gün önce
I think I get what you mean. It's a kinda like reading in a different language. I don't translate it in my head to my first language, I just translate the words into meaning, without anything in between, not even pronouncing them in my head. but I think that when you don't have another language to compere, it is done even more unconsciously, so unconsciously you don't even believe you are doing it
Legendary Banana Gaming and FUN
I missed like two words but this got the point across, thank u
You're Too Late
You're Too Late 3 aylar önce
You killed my mind with this. Even when you showed that part in the end I still read it in my head, with the voice thingy.
XIXV clam
XIXV clam 3 aylar önce
@Lowry Gamers it’s called inner monologue, some people do think like that
Idk what this is
Idk what this is 3 aylar önce
Yeontan, Kkami & Minho's cats
@Amon yeah that's exactly why i said people who were born deaf cannot subvocalize. also, if you don't mind me asking, how did you find out you had aphantasia?
Amon 3 aylar önce
@Yeontan, Kkami & Minho's cats most people dont subvocalise the words. Most of them see images or have feelings while reading. Like watching a movie or being part of it. I cant sadly. I can only subvocalise and even tho I'm an artist I cant imagine things like seeing them in my head(i have aphantasia). Also most deaf people can hear their own voice and subvocalise if they went deaf by time and were not born deaf
CallmehLeah 3 aylar önce
Me too I can’t read without it
piixieestxrs 2 aylar önce
this is actually how I finished a 300 page book in around 5-7 hrs!
levisbestmaid Aylar önce
i do this all the time and it really helps me
{JELLYFlossSkies} 20 gün önce
How I read really quickly: I picture the scenes and hear a voice, I remember the scenes if someone asks 'what happened in the book'.
xiao Gün önce
This is how I always read the problem is I forget what I just read and have to reread the whole paragraph.
peachy !
peachy ! 3 aylar önce
me who read the text at the end while subconsciously vocalizing in my head: 👁👄👁
undefined0 2 aylar önce
Goldrian 2 aylar önce
we are speed
pandadrinkingfanta 3 aylar önce
I started doing that as soon as i read ur comment🤯🤯🤯
Nestamura 3 aylar önce
Midnight Teddy bear
Midnight Teddy bear 3 aylar önce
JELLY 20 gün önce
I still said the words in my head I'm actually a really good reader so I dont see a problem
NimPlayz 2 aylar önce
I am 10 and I can read 1 page of a novel in about 30 minutes. I loveee reading!
HaydenRainbowGrape 24 gün önce
I can’t be the only one who needs complete silence to read. If there is any music playing, classical or not. The words slip out of my head and everything I read makes no sense lol
Cat Liz
Cat Liz 20 gün önce
Same I get so distracted
That’s really cool at the end I was like how am I reading this it’s really cool to learn about these things
God Elemender
God Elemender 3 aylar önce
“Read the words like shapes” New ability unlocked: Minecraft enchantment table language fluency
Yuli Setiyorini
Yuli Setiyorini Gün önce
Me laughing at this comment
LayAndSilver 2 aylar önce
5d_4n 2 aylar önce
@Chris I have learned the sacred text Step 1 out of 69 completed now learn the language of the gods
Zara Asim
Zara Asim 2 aylar önce
Annananannahahahhahahahahahahhah lol jk
Thuy Hoa Nguyen
Thuy Hoa Nguyen 2 aylar önce
Hahaha unlocked the enchantment table language fluency and it doesn’t work hehe
bella t
bella t 2 aylar önce
honestly ive always done this, i only stop to think the words if im in english class or smth, cause it helps my train of thought. but generally, ive always annoyed my friends cause i can read so quickly (like, a 50000 word story in less than an hour) and still know what was going on and be able to answer questions about it
Joanne Dowell
Joanne Dowell Aylar önce
“It’s Midnight And Your Going To Bed” Oh How You Underestimate My Insomnia
The Intelligent Weeb
I just use an audio book and increase the speed while also doing what u said automatically. I’m even able to go at 2 times speed listening.
Alex MuffinYT
Alex MuffinYT 2 aylar önce
The fact I can hear every word in my head aswell as read at 800 WPM-
KuviStudios¿? 3 aylar önce
That’s literally just what happens when I’m not paying attention and I don’t even picture what’s going on. I end up forgetting everything and have to start over with the reading just to understand. It’s better to take longer and understand than to go through it super quick and forget everything.
Nandu's Corner
Nandu's Corner 3 aylar önce
naw... not for me I actually remember
Koyel Rana
Koyel Rana 3 aylar önce
I do this regularly (subconsciously, of course) and it seems to work for me. People just have different reading speed and it's fine.
Coolixira 3 aylar önce
Lex 新年快乐-Happy New Years
§XxJellyShadowxX§ 3 aylar önce
itz_ lele
itz_ lele 2 aylar önce
This giving me motivation to study!!
Pritam Das
Pritam Das 21 gün önce
It's impossible to read any language we know without vocalising it
Hoyt Williamson
Hoyt Williamson 2 aylar önce
“ I took a speed-reading course and my reading shot up to 43 pages a minute. But my comprehension plummeted.”
a Aylar önce
Manga/comic readers: When I read, I don't catch with the time, the time catches up with me
SkyEz3l_ 2 aylar önce
I can read fast through books, texts etc. But i still vocalize it automatically in my head
Abby Nick
Abby Nick 2 aylar önce
I wish I could do that. I am already a slow reader so I wanted to try this. But I ended up not having any idea what I read. That also happens when I pay to much attention to what the words so and don’t get the meaning. Makes life just a bit harder
Aarya Deshmukh
Aarya Deshmukh 2 aylar önce
I didn't realize I could read that fast! Turns out I can read fast. Cuz when the line was appearing, I could read everything.
** Aylar önce
I always read books that way unless its a release intense or interesting part then i slow down 😂
Zack Lemyre
Zack Lemyre 3 aylar önce
I read philosophy books... I need to understand EVERY word used by the author to describe his idea.
Zack Lemyre
Zack Lemyre 3 aylar önce
Wrote his thesis*
Zack Lemyre
Zack Lemyre 3 aylar önce
@Pokesus "Jesus Cow" Because most of the words used by a specific author will not have the same meaning as the same word of another author. It depends on when the author wrote, how he used it in the sentence and why he gave this meaning to this word. (« God » ‘s meaning is not the same seen by Descartes and Spinoza, for example) Also, all the books that I read are in french, so the diversity of the meaning of words is way more vast.
You are to powerful, you mist be ended
Felicity 🔞👇
Felicity 🔞👇 3 aylar önce
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Atomo Essono
Atomo Essono 3 aylar önce
@Pokesus "Jesus Cow" bruh I feel like that should be very very obvious but whatever
Stephen AviaSpace
Stephen AviaSpace 23 gün önce
Your eyes are scanning the words and yes I indeed can read pretty fast as I follow without subvocalizing. Well I'm still saying the words in my brain so the lingual cortex knows what I'm reading, so that's the beauty of thinking. You can read pretty pretty fast in brain vocals.
04 Intan Iffah
04 Intan Iffah 7 gün önce
I do this since I was 10. But the consequences is that I can't speak fast clearly because the word just flew out my mouth without organising. That is why i like to read more than using audiobook. Because while I'm reading, I'm picturing the scenario like movie. Sometime I even add some music and then just fly over the dream world while reading.
Hello world
Hello world 22 gün önce
I do this with out any music or anything that’s just how I read and a bunch of my friends wonder how I read so fast
Edna Ramales
Edna Ramales 2 aylar önce
Bro I read in my head most of the time and I read the last part without having to pause or reverse the video
Cassius 3 aylar önce
How do you read without thinking or vocalising the word? That is literally the essence of reading.
I do it without vocalizing and sometimes i don't remember what i read- butt it's not luterally the essence. It's like the same thing
Uchiha itachi
Uchiha itachi 2 aylar önce
Idk how you use shapes,but I can't read without thinking,though i barely remember anything I read from it,I still can
IamBestDuuD 2 aylar önce
Right? I can't recall anything I've read if I never took a second glance of what I've read and never had a second thought about ie. the plot.
I Khan
I Khan 2 aylar önce
@9nikolai It's not
Zxiolu 2 aylar önce
Pay attention to something else
Elemental Ninja-Z
Elemental Ninja-Z Aylar önce
I taught myself this when I was 8 but I read it in my mind
Don’t Trust Me
Don’t Trust Me 2 aylar önce
That’s what I do sometimes when I read and some people say I’m just flipping the pages without reading completely
Kailie Stone
Kailie Stone 21 saatler önce
My exact reaction when I read the last part: 😱
The Quack Nation show
I’m still vocalising at the beginning but dude that’s like a super power we didn’t know we had.
Normal Channel
Normal Channel 3 aylar önce
There is also a technique called imaging which basically means that you imagine the book as a movie's subtitles, so if a line says he stabbed Devin in the stomach, then you see a person getting stabbed in the stomach
TT. 3 aylar önce
@potato._.madness it’s okay,it’s okay if you can’t imagine it.Read more and u might be able to
potato._.madness 3 aylar önce
My mom always told me this and my brain just doesn’t process it
Random Person
Random Person 3 aylar önce
Someone in my class is named devin…
Parkside Animation
Parkside Animation 3 aylar önce
@William Where yes
Parkside Animation
Parkside Animation 3 aylar önce
@Immad Shah yes
Arianna Best
Arianna Best 10 gün önce
I still read the words in my head as i was reading it💀
piko Aylar önce
I have naturally done this all my life and on some days i remember going through 3+ 200 page books within a few hours
piko 3 gün önce
@Lucas Alves majority of it
Lucas Alves
Lucas Alves 3 gün önce
Yeah but how much do you remember about what u read ?
Kaushik Goswami
Kaushik Goswami Aylar önce
I did the fast part at the end. Good advice dude
dream  ꪜ
dream ꪜ Aylar önce
When I read I instantly say them in my mind and I can't stop it
Paul Vorderegger
Paul Vorderegger 2 aylar önce
Pro tip: Listen to the audio version of that book. It usually takes 2 hours and you know the story pretty well
09Hyperglyph Aylar önce
money tho ;( im broke
bellydancer76 Aylar önce
I do this sped up for the Harry Potter books since my reading feels unenthusiastic but the audio book makes me more pulled in the reading
annan Kamran 2.0
annan Kamran 2.0 Aylar önce
@ALPHAシSOUL In 64× speed
Crazy imp KING 32
Crazy imp KING 32 Aylar önce
There arent audio books for everything
Paul Vorderegger
Paul Vorderegger 2 aylar önce
@fanime1 Yeah this is for when u have a reading assignment due tomorrow and u have no chance of reading that book
Федеральная служба безопасности
It is 20 minutes to midnight, I do have a lot to read for tommorows assignment, and yes, I do use this technique, and yes, it does work
ARGaming 2 aylar önce
When it was at the end I scanned it very carefully that’s what i do in a long book lol
Mega 2 aylar önce
I've been reading without vocalizing forever and I just realized it
Miles ‘Tails’ Prower
Wonderful info thanks! It’s really cool
Jake S.
Jake S. 3 aylar önce
This is EXACTLY how you forget every single word of the last 100 pages of a book.
Daniel Muddasani
Daniel Muddasani 3 aylar önce
@Geno Geno tho if you do practice a lot, and I mean A LOT, then you could comprehend much faster,..
Geno Geno
Geno Geno 3 aylar önce
@bfnd hejend and how fast you register information. You really won't be registering shit if the focus is registering what the shapes ( leters ) mean.
bfnd hejend
bfnd hejend 3 aylar önce
it’s all about reading comprehension.
Dato Khucishvili
Dato Khucishvili 2 gün önce
I use this technique when I'm reading a book
Anton Emberbroque
Anton Emberbroque Aylar önce
Ive found that I have comprehension issues when I stop sub-vocalizing, instead I speed up the voice in my head like a tape going fast.
General Usage
General Usage Aylar önce
Studies have shown that subvocalizing is key to good reading comprehension, though. Are you reading to read, or are you reading to understand?
Joshua D'lima
Joshua D'lima 2 gün önce
So basically... read only the "key words" in order to get an idea of each sentence
JELLY_Wolfie 3 aylar önce
I can just automatically skim through a book when I’m reading. It’s because my eyes and brain are processing the words into a daydream similar to a movie. This is why I love reading so much, I get to watch a TV show that isn’t on Netflix
Thalia Torres
Thalia Torres 3 aylar önce
Me too. These are perks from reading anything I can get my hands on since I was a little girl
Beth nightingale
Beth nightingale 3 aylar önce
I do that too and my sister wonders how I read so fast
Ayne_shull 3 aylar önce
I can see a picture but I also see the book in front and stuff
Addis 3 aylar önce
Same bro that’s why I can read thousand chapter books in two weeks
GoTH_QueEN🦄 3 aylar önce
99wentworth Gaming
99wentworth Gaming 2 aylar önce
I have done this for as long as I can remember, good thing I was doing it right I guess
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