1. Set specific reading goals and make a plan to achieve them.
  2. Preview the text before reading to get an idea of the main ideas and key vocabulary.
  3. Read actively by highlighting, taking notes, and asking questions as you read.
  4. Use context clues and make predictions to understand difficult words or phrases.
  5. Take breaks and avoid reading for long stretches of time to prevent fatigue.
  6. Summarize and review what you’ve read to reinforce your understanding.
  7. Practice different comprehension strategies, such as the SQ3R method (survey, question, read, recite, review)
  8. Read a variety of texts to expose yourself to different writing styles and formats.
  9. Read out loud to improve pronunciation and fluency.
  10. Practice your vocabulary by learning new words and phrases.
  11. Practice reading comprehension with quizzes and exercises.
  12. Read for pleasure to improve your overall reading ability.
  13. Get help from a teacher or tutor if you have difficulties.
  14. Try to find connections with what you read to your own life experience.
  15. Reflect on what you read, think about the text’s meaning and why it matters.
  16. Practice active listening and speaking to improve verbal comprehension.
  17. Practice taking notes while you read to help retain the information.
  18. Use online tools such as dictionary and thesaurus to improve vocabulary and comprehension.
  19. Practice skimming and scanning techniques to help you quickly find specific information.
  20. Finally, try to establish a regular reading routine.

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