In the process of reading comprehension, readers use previous knowledge to handle the text and create new knowledge. The more knowledge a person brings to his or her reading, the more he or she will understand the text (Brandao & Oakhill, 2005; Guterman, 2003). Others say that good reading comprehension requires the reader to be active, and to be able to evaluate the text, preview the text, make predictions, make decisions during reading, review for deeper meaning, find inconsistencies, and evaluate his or her own understanding (Houtveen & van de Grift, 2006; Lau, 2006; Lau & Chan, 2003).
1.3 Statement of the problem

As Gardner (2006) states, in order to understand the complexity of language learning process, attention should be attached to internal mechanisms and social interpersonal interaction involved in this process. Therefore, emotional intelligence can be a great help since, as Coleman (2001) says, it not only serves as an international mechanism, but also interlocks with the external environment. Although variety factors are involved in comprehending a text, it seems that intelligence is an integral part of it. .But, what matter is that we most believe good comprehension of a text is mainly relates to the one`s previous knowledge and experiences not his/her intelligence. The issue is that whether intelligence is an abstract and passive factor in comprehending of a text or really a vital one. Therefore in this study, the relationship between emotional intelligence and reading comprehension is supposed to be investigated to clarify the underlying intelligence areas related to reading comprehension.

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1.4 Significance of the study
The result of this study will be useful for both teachers and learners. In other words, if the obtained results declare that there is a positive relationship between emotional intelligence and reading comprehension, the teachers and learners can deal with all points and matters that are crucial to improve their intelligence and comprehension. If not, because reading comprehension is a complex process in itself and we should not forget about the skills on which it depends, it will be concluded that having good comprehension is only as the result of one`s previous knowledge, experience and his/her familiarity with related strategies not having high intelligence. Therefore, the present research will consider this relation in order to help students to improve their comprehension of the text by being aware of the importance and power of their intelligence.
1.5 Objective of the study
Emotional intelligence is thought to be one of the factors affecting reading

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