ww 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 1 0 年前

Advanced 的MP3課文講解.

九月初買了Advanced.先前曾買了Time for student,但感到簡單,故換雜誌.

我在閱讀 Advanced的課文 單字時,





如果要我自己評估MP3中, "全部的文意" ,大概可以懂幾成,




我期許四年後大學畢業時,將有能力閱讀 Time 雜誌.




附註:譬如,今天7號的Advanced課文.我不懂而需要查字典的約有7~8的字. 知道意思但不能很確定而去查字典的約有6個字.

1 個解答

  • 1 0 年前

    just stick to it. if you can understand the text, or get the gist of it, then that means the

    material suits you. u said that your goal is to be able to read Time International four yrs

    later. it is nice that you set a goal for yourself. but note that if you wanna read Time

    International with ease, what you are doing now does not suffice. I recommend you

    subscribe to Reader's Digest. Though it's still way too ease compared with Time

    International, the content's more substantial_as far as enhancing your reading ability

    is concerned._ Advanced magazine can literally get you nowhere if you aim to beef up

    your reading skill to the level, which is gonna enable to to read Time. In my opinion,

    Advanced does a better job improving your listening ability, and speaking ability.

    Back to your question_i sorta digressed a lot..._, i hold with the significance of looking

    up words when you encounter them in your reading. Nonetheless, the art of consulting

    a dictionary's something easier said then done. here, i wanna share my own experience

    with you_just for your information_~ That is, I do check with my electronic dictionary,

    but not immediately on the spot. I'll wait until the words_that new to me_accumulate to

    a certain amount. I do so when tackle some vocabulary-words-abundant readings, like

    some novels, time international, newsweek.. and so on. However, if it is a easy read, i

    react differently. for instance, if the case is with advanced, i will check it up relatively


    hope my answer s gonna be of some use to you.


    參考資料: myself
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