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Academic reading Question Types
Matching Features question in which we have to match a set of statements to a list of options. The options are a group of features from the text and letters such as A, B, C and so on are used to identify them. Write the correct letter on the answer sheet. This type of questions is used to check your ability to recognise their relationships and connections between facts in the text and your ability to recognise opinions and theories. So, we have to skim and scan the text to find information quickly so that you can then read more carefully for detail.
Matching Sentence Endings
Matching sentence endings in which we are given the first half of a sentence based on information in the text and we have to choose the best way to complete the sentence by choosing from a list of possible endings are identified by A, B, C and so on. There will be more sentence endings and beginnings, so you do not use all of them. So we have to write the letter you choose on the answer sheet. Sentence beginnings are in the same order as the information in the text. In this type of question is to test your ability to understand the main ideas in the text.
The sentence completion questions are used to test our ability to find detail of specific information in a text. In this type of question we have to fill in a gap in each sentence by choosing words from the text. We have to read the instructions very carefully as the number of words or numbers used to fill the gaps. There should be a word limit such as ‘no more than two words and or a number’. Will lose the mark for writing more than the word limit.