A Short Analysis of the Text Variables Affecting Reading and Testing Reading
This paper gives a short analysis of the text variables which affect reading and the test of reading. These variables include text topic and content, type and genre, linguistic variables, typographical features and others. It is found that these variables not only affect the reading process, but also affect the reading product—testing reading. Key words: Reading; Testing Reading; Variable; Text Variable
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