Tadoku

Tadoku” means “extensive reading” or “reading a lot.”

多読は簡単にいうととにかくたくさん読むことです。

多読とは?

多読の説明と多読学習のやり方

How to Tadoku.

What is extensive reading and what are the basic rules?


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How to become fluent in English using tadoku

日本人は英語を何年も勉強しているはずなのに、簡単な英会話さえ自信がないという方が少なくはないようですね。

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What is Romance? Romance is a story about love. Typically, the two characters meet for the first time at the beginning of the novel and confess their love by the end of the novel. This genre usually has a happy ending. You will see: Handsome men. Beautiful women. Secrets. Love. Popular romance novels and moviesContinue reading “What is Romance? — All about the genre and sub-genres.”

What is Fantasy? — All about the genre and sub-genres.

What is Fantasy? Fantasy stories are not reality. They have imaginary characters and places. In the past and in the future, we will probably never see such things. Fantasy stories often include magic, creatures, super powers, and strange worlds. You will see: Dragons. Magic. Elves. Talking animals. Popular fantasy novels and movies are: The PopularContinue reading “What is Fantasy? — All about the genre and sub-genres.”

How to Tadoku

Follow this guide to improve your English with Tadoku. Rule 1: Read easy stories. What is your English level? Beginner? Lower Intermediate? Advanced? Choose a story that is below your level. You should feel relaxed. The vocabulary should not be difficult for you. If you get stuck on grammar or difficult words, you should tryContinue reading “How to Tadoku”

FAQ About Tadoku

What is Tadoku? In Japanese, tadoku means “extensive reading.” Basically, it means “read a lot.” It is a great way to study language. Instead of boring textbooks, you can read fun stories. Why is Tadoku good for studying language? Many students use grammar textbooks to study language. They memorize vocabulary lists and take practice tests.Continue reading “FAQ About Tadoku”

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