因此，本論文證明，在指導之下的重複快速朗讀，的確可以在短期之內有效地提升台灣學生說英文的流暢度。 This study is aimed at finding out the effect and efficiency of oral repeated reading (RR) on oral reading fluency in the EFL environment in Taiwan. By prompting oral reading speed and automaticity, RR proved to be an effective method to enhance both oral reading and speaking fluency. Fifty-one freshman students from Tamkang University participated in this study. The subjects experienced 30 minutes of instruction every week during the eight weeks of training intervention. They were required to do recordings for the sessions of pre-test, post-test, and after every class. They also filled out questionnaires before and after the intervention. SPSS 11.0 was adopted to do the quantitative analysis of the data as well as paired sample t-test, effective size, and one-way ANOVO. The results indicated that there was a significant improvement in oral reading speed before and after the intervention, regardless of the following factors: (a) gender, (b) native language, (c) time using/learning English during off-training time, (d) pre-test performance, and (e) improvement gained during the practice. Replies from post-test questionnaires also indicated a high acceptability of RR among subject groups. Accordingly, the adoption of RR for automaticity development and speed training in oral fluency instruction was recommended for future teaching in Taiwan.