IELTS READING- Ôn tập dạng bài True, False, Not Given/ Matching Headings/ Matching Features

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1.Dạng bài TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN

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IELTS READING- TRUE/FALSE/NOT GIVEN

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Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 1?

On your answer box, write

TRUE                       if the statement agrees with the information

FALSE                     if the statement contradicts the information

NOT GIVEN            if there is no information on this

  

  1. Michael Faraday was the first person to recognise Perkin’s ability as a student of chemistry.
  2. Michael Faraday suggested Perkin should enrol in the Royal College of
  3. Perkin employed August Wilhelm Hofmann as his
  4. Perkin was still young when he made the discovery that made him rich and
  5. The trees from which quinine is derived grow only in South
  6. Perkin hoped to manufacture a drug from a coal tar waste
  7. Perkin was inspired by the discoveries of the famous scientist Louis

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Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 3?

On your answer box, write

YES                       if the statement agrees with the claims of the writer

NO                   if the statement contradicts the claims of the wwriter

NOT GIVEN          if it is impossible to say what the writer thinks about this

 1. It could be said that language begins with gesture.

2. Ape gestures always consist of head or limb movements.

3. Apes ensure that other apes are aware of their gesturing.

4. Primate and human gestures share some key features.

5. Cartoons present an amusing picture of animal communication.

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You should spend about 15 minutes on Questions 1-6, which are based on Reading Passage 4 below.

Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 4?

On your answer box, write

YES                       if the statement agrees with the claims of the writer

NO                     if the statement contradicts the claims of the wwriter

NOT GIVEN            if it is impossible to say what the writer thinks about this

 1. There are plans to excavate new areas of the archaeological site in the near future.

2. Some of the evidence concerning pottery production in ancient Akrotiri comes from written records.

3. Pots for transporting liquids would have held no more than about 20 litres.

4. It would have been hard for merchants to calculate how much wine was on the ships.

5. The capacity of containers intended to hold the same amounts differed by up to 20 percent.

6. Regular trading of goods around the Aegean would have led to the general standardisation off quantities.

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2.Dạng bài MATCHING HEADINGS

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IELTS READING- MATCHING HEADINGS

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Reading Passage 1 has five paragraphs, A-E

Chose the correct heading for paragraph B-E from the list of headings below.

Write the correct number, i-vii, on your answer box.

Example                    Answer

Paragraph A               v

  1. Paragraph B
  2. Paragraph C
  3. Paragraph D
  4. Paragraph E

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Reading Passage 2 has seven paragraphs, A-G

Chose the correct heading for each paragraph from the list of headings below.

Write the correct number, i-viii, in your answer box.

  1. Paragraph A
  2. Paragraph B
  3. Paragraph C
  4. Paragraph D
  5. Paragraph E
  6. Paragraph F
  7. Paragraph G

 

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Reading Passage 3 has seven paragraphs, A-E.

Chose the correct heading for each section from the list of headings below.

Write the correct number, i-vii, in your answer box.

  1. Section A
  2. Section B
  3. Section C
  4. Section D
  5. Section E

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3.Dạng bài MATCHING FEATURES

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IELTS READING- MATCHING FEATURES

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Look at the following person and the list of reported findings below.

Match each person with the correct finding A-K.

  1. Rothschild
  2. Alper
  3. Woodfield
  4. Turkey
  5. Angist
  6. Shade
  7. Kirkup
  8. Li

 

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Look at the following statements and the list of people A-C below.

Match each statement with the correct person.

  1. A single caricature can be recognized straight away if the parts of the face are appropriately positioned.

2. An evaluation of the work of different caricaturists will provide new information about how we see faces.

3. People misunderstand what is involved in the design of a caricature.

4. When given a choice people will have different views regarding which caricature best represents a particular person's face.

 

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Look at the following statements and the list of people below.

Match each statement with the correct person A, B, C or D.

1, He calculated the distance of the Sun from the Earth based on observations of Venus with a fair degree of accuracy.

2. He understood that the distance of the Sun from the Earth could be worked out by comparing observations of a transit.

3. He realized that the time taken by a planet to go around the Sun depends on its distance from the Sun.

4. He witnessed a Venus transit but was unable to make any calculation.

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