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1.1 Context
Nowadays, in UCSI University, scholars need to learn another language
besides their own mother tongue. They will like to learn English language which
is the second language we can learn. As a language, there are a lot of skills which
we must learn, such as, reading, writing, listening and speaking. What actually
reading is? Reading means the action or skill of reading written or printed matter
silently or aloud. Moreover, it is also mean as the process of constructing
meaning from written texts. Hence, it is not a skill that students must learn
separately from other processes. Reading skill combines many complex activities
include categorizing, building key terms and concepts for a subject, measuring
one’s reaction to a subject, making new connections, abstracting, figuring out
significance and developing arguments.
In learning English Foundation subjects, there are some reasons for us to
read. By reading books, we might become an interesting person. This happens
because we can use information that we get from books or magazine to impress
ourselves to friends or future employers. Besides, reading also can help us to
learn how to write correctly. In this case, we will get good grades and also can
impress our future boss who will promote us because we can express ourselves


correctly. The next reason for reading is to help us in developing our imagination
to write many excellent stories. For doing some event, we also can look up a lot
of funny ideas for friends to prepare something outside our expectation. If we
read, we can get the information which can take us to some places that we do not
know. For example, when we see newspapers write good articles about travelling
places which we have never been before, we will feel interesting to take part in
that travel place.
There are many types of reading as…...

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