Thank you very much for your answer Daniel. But, I still have some doubts, I usually read e-books on the internet about Computing and they most of the time need a great understanding of several words in English, but most of the time in these books they have terms that I have never seen, for example:
In this text there are several terms that I still did not remember and that makes my reading progress very difficult, if I use an online translation tool the concept of the texts will be different, and not exactly as the creators of the books put for the reader to understand.
I usually try to use dynamic reading in these books, but when I try to remove subvocalization it ends up making reading comprehension difficult because English is not my main language, but Portuguese. I started using the Anki software method to memorize some terms in English, but many of them end up being forgotten and I start to confuse several words, for example, I confused “must” several times with “few” and its meaning is “many”.
I was told that using the Feynman method may be a good option, but since I don’t have English as my primary language, it would be difficult for me to translate the terms in my mind and then start to work out a self-explanation for myself, is it possible to explain myself by reading the books so that I can start extracting this content “converting it from short memory to long memory”? As an example, I have in mind to imagine a teacher explaining the texts of the books, but only in the form of “teaching” while I am reading them.