Working out unfamiliar vocabulary

When reading a passage in the ielts test, it is most likely that you will come across words which you are unfamiliar word. You may not need to understand the exact meaning of an unknown word, unless there is a word directly related to it. Here are the proven strategies that you can use to … Read more

True/ False/ Not Given

What do TRUE, FALSE and NOT GIVEN mean?  The most important thing to remember is what the words ‘true’, ‘false’ and ‘not given’ actually mean and therefore what IELTS wants you to write. If the text agrees with or confirms the information in the statement, the answer is TRUE If the text contradicts or is the opposite to the … Read more

Reading Question Types

There are several types of questions you may encounter on the IELTS Reading paper. The descriptions and tips below will help you understand each one. Make sure to study the official practice questions as well! Wherever possible, both Academic IELTS and General Training IELTS examples are included.Multiple Choice This is a traditional question type with … Read more

Reading Test -Mind Make up

     Tips for reading Skim the reading and questions first – it is a good idea to skim the reading first to get an understanding of what it is about and who it is written for. Look at the title of the reading, any subheadings, and pictures. Then look at the questions as the … Read more

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