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#18546 11/12/00 11:41 AM
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Hi!

Im studying English as a foreign language and have
difficult to learn vocabulary much as possible because
Im deaf and have to read books since I cant hear
tv, music or use Paraliminal Tape. Im practising
Photoreading but when Im studying English, I feel more
uncertainly - how should I learn many new words and
to use them in right context in English? According to Pete,
I should photoread (English-Swedish and Swedish-English)
dictionary repeatly but how often? When will it works? How will I write
and at the same time the vocabulary will influence
on my writing?

Ive PR-book 3rd edition.

All the best,
Jonas (From Sweden)






#18547 11/19/00 05:57 PM
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PhotoRead the dictionary as often as you can. Once a day for a month is not too much. Many people have reported signifcant gain in just a week.

Also, find a book with both English and Swedish editions, and PhotoRead them one right after another. Then activate the two books.






#18548 11/18/05 01:18 AM
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I'm learning Chinese, and I have some novels which have English on one page and the Chinese translation on the facing page. Is it a good idea to PR the whole book in both languages at the same time, or should I try to photoread the English and Chinese separately?






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Just PhotoRead the book as it's layed out the brain will sort it out.

Alex







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