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After reading a book (at say 90% comprehension), checking the meaning of all words you don’t know, and semi-learning them via SRS, do you reread the book all over again once you have completed reading the book the first time?

 

This will take time away from reading your next book. But am wondering whether rereading will help reinforce all the new words you learnt during the first read. 
 

Thanks!

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imron

Did you enjoy the book?

 

Enough to want to read it again?

 

If so, then read it again.

 

If not, then read something else.

 

I'd almost always come down on the side of reading something new though.

 

You'll find that many of the new words you learned in the first book will appear in the second book (even when the genres and settings are vastly different), so you'll get reinforcement that way.  The ones that don't reappear probably aren't that relevant to you yet (because by definition, if they were relevant to you, they would be appearing in what you are reading) so it's ok not to worry about them until they start showing up again.

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Thanks for the feedback and insights @imron. Appreciated. 

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