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IELTS Reading Tips and Tricks

IELTS Reading Tips and Tricks

IELTS stands for international English language testing system and it consists of four components, which are, writing, listening, reading and speaking. In the previous article, I have written what needs to be worked on to prepare for an IELTS reading. Therefore, this is actually the continuation of said-article in which I am going to explain further about the tips, tricks and the usage of keywords for every participant to be capable of composing a satisfying outcome.

When it comes to IELTS reading, contenders need to remind themselves that keyword is actually the most important part when one needs to get ready for answering the questions. IELTS reading is usually divided into three sections: section 1, section 2 and section 3. It is inevitable that those sections are attached with three different and lengthy reading passages. As I have previously stated on the last article which I’d sincerely repeat, when one is reading the passage, he or she also needs to underline the keywords concurrently, meaning, doing both activities at the same time. If one is certain that they have more than enough time, then it is recommendable to underline the keywords that might be located at the questions as well. Focus and concentration are extremely indispensable.

Keyword is essentially important information that needs to be underlined in purpose of assisting contenders to select the correct answer. Everyone recognizes that information comes in many shapes and forms and for the reading segment; they are numbers, names, questions, signpost words and sequence.

Numbers consist of year, percentage and volume, while names consist of person and place. Questions dwell in the question topic or title that could be found in the passage and it usually ends with a question mark. Signpost words are link and transition words, such as, however, moreover, in contract, on the other hand and in addition.

Last but not least, sequence is a type of sentence that has several commas, for example, a vigorous boy usually loves running, bike-riding, skateboarding, rollerblading, climbing, playing kites, break-dancing, basketball, football and every activity that helps them to decompress their excessive energy.


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