is the sensation of "hearing" your own voice as your read. When you were
taught to read, you read the out
aloud to form sentences and then ideas. This helpted to show you could recognise
and understand the simple words.
When your reading teacher was happy
with your progress, you were told to close your mouth and read silently to
yourself. This you have been doing ever since!
You read as fast as you speak or, at best, as fast as you can hear words being spoken.
speaking speed and ability to hear words being spoken, can't be much faster than 280 words per minute. So,
you are trapped in a reading speed similar to your speaking speed.
Here are some examples of words that you don't sub-vocalize:
The secret to unlocking your natural ability to read with less sub-vocalization is in improving your recognition of the words without waiting to hear them. Remember, you have done this by repetition in your daily environment.
The techniques you will learn in TurboRead will help you to reduce your sub-vocalization by between 50 and 70%.
The great news is that you will enjoy better understanding and memory of what
you read. The real benefit of doing so lies in
the huge improvement in your reading speed as a result of less sub-vocalization.
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