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How to Read More Books, and Read Them Faster

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  • #16
    Originally posted by Adrift View Post
    Huh. I'm finding visualization/chunk style reading is more common than I thought. I think most people have the inner narrator reading to them, but a number of people I've talked in real life have also pointed out that that's how they read. Wish I had that ability right from the start.
    Well I kinda do both. I "voice" out the words I read, but I can "think the words" really fast in my head. A heck of a lot faster than I could speak them. But I take in the words in chunks. And if I am reading a story, I visualize the story and people while reading.

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