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umm open the book? im not really sure what you mean? I guess understand what the books message/theme is, know all the vocab.
Skim through the material to get a general idea of the author's point of view. Once you get to the point where you say to yourself, "Oh, I understand what the author is saying" or "Oh I get what this is talking about", then you can begin reading.
get comfy

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select a topic and find a topic
take a nap :)
um idk get some good ol' snacks and have an energy drink handy in case u are about to read something boring....

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