The only way you can become a good reader is through practice. You cannot read a few paragraphs in your English book once a week and become a fluent reader. You need to read constantly. You should carry something to read with you wherever you go. Tear out pages of English magazines, for example, and carry them in your pocket. Whenever you have the chance, pull out a page and read a paragraph or two.
You should read in as many different subject areas as you can. You should try to find English books on different subjects and read a few paragraphs in each chapter in each book. Your eyes and mind need to practice. Your eyes need to practice moving quickly across the page from left to right, and your mind needs to practice making quick associations between the printed word and meaning.
If you are reading to practice your English, you will read in a certain way. You will read slowly and concentrate on the relationship between the words and the grammatical structures. I f you are reading for information about a particular subject, you will read in another way. You will focus on main parts and supporting facts.