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Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

Abstract

This article examines teaching to read in English lessons, as it plays an important role in the process of teaching a foreign language and is both a goal and a means of teaching a foreign language. In the educational process, the stages of working with the text should be determined, possible exercises and tasks for the texts are proposed, since they determine the methodological organization of all work. As a result of reading a large number of texts, the student develops a sense of a foreign language, due to which the negative influence of the native language is weakened, which facilitates and accelerates the subsequent development of oral speech. Reading must be seen not only as a goal, but also as a learning tool.

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