Good writers begin each paragraph with a key statement that tells you what that paragraph is about. By reading only the first sentence, you can determine if the paragraph has information you need to know.
2. Skip to the last sentence of the paragraph
The last sentence in a paragraph should also contain clues for you about the importance of the material covered. The last sentence often serves two functions -- it wraps up the thought expressed and provides a connection to the next paragraph.
3. Read phrases
Move your eyes quickly over each line and look for phrases and key words. Your mind will automatically fill in the words between.
4. Ignore the little words
Ignore the little words like it, to, a, an, and, be -- you know the ones. You don't need them. Your brain will see these little words without acknowledgment.
忽略诸如it, to, a, an, and, be这种代词、介词、冠词等，你太熟悉它们了，完全不需要它们，你的大脑会帮你识别。
5. Look for key points
Look for key points while you're reading for phrases. You are probably already aware of the key words in the subject you're studying. They pop out at you. Spend a little more time with the material around those key points.