Category Archives: IELTS Reading

Learn to read quickly and learn to give correct answers. This section is devoted to skimming and scanning process. However, you will learn them in a very interactive way. I will try to add fun exercises to make reading more fun.

TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN – practice exercise

Practise TRUE, FALSE and NOT GIVEN type of question with this exercise and understand how they are structured to better prepare for such questions in the exam.

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IELTS Reading – TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN

This blog post provides a sample TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN practice exercise on Earthquake topic. You can also learn many new phrases from this reading.

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Which passage is the most difficult in IELTS reading

Which is the most difficult IELTS reading passage in the exam? Should I skip it? How do I overcome that?

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Which paragraph contains the following information?

Practise IELTS question about locating the given information in a set of paragraphs.

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IELTS Reading Practice: TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN

IELTS Reading TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN exercise This is a sample IELTS reading material for TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN questions. Students often find difficulties with this kind of questions. They are difficult for everyone because it tests different language skills in all of the questions. Cycling: What’s the furthest you have ever cycled? Perhaps you cycle to school or to work, or maybe at most a short cycling trip with friends? How would you feel about spending months on the road travelling solo from the UK to China, by bike? For British cyclist Pete Jones, camping rough and cycling long distances through inhospitable terrain are second nature. Mr Jones is …

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