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Vocabulary for the reading test

Vocabulary for the reading test

Welcome to lesson 2 of our course, ‘Mastering IELTS Vocabulary!’

In this lesson, we will focus on vocabulary for the reading test. You will learn about the types of texts that may be tested on the reading test, and strategies for understanding and interpreting these texts. You will also learn about common vocabulary words and phrases that are frequently tested on the reading test.

Types of texts on the reading test

The reading test may include a variety of texts, such as:

  • Newspaper or magazine articles
  • Academic texts, such as research articles or lecture notes
  • Instructions, regulations, or rules
  • Graphs, charts, or tables

Strategies for understanding and interpreting texts

To do well on the reading test, it is important to have good reading comprehension skills and be able to understand and interpret texts effectively. Here are some strategies that may help:

  • Preview the text: Before you start reading, take a few minutes to preview the text. Look at the title, headings, and any illustrations or graphics. This can give you an idea of the main topics or ideas in the text and help you focus your reading.
  • Make predictions: As you read, try to make predictions about what the text will be about or what information it will contain. This can help you stay engaged and focused while reading and can also help you understand the text better.
  • Look for key words and phrases: Pay attention to key words and phrases that are emphasized or repeated in the text. These words and phrases often signal important ideas or concepts in the text.
  • Break the text into chunks: It can be overwhelming to read a long text all at once. Try breaking the text into smaller chunks and tackling one chunk at a time. This can help you stay focused and reduce the risk of getting lost or confused.
  • Take notes: As you read, take notes or highlight important information. This can help you remember key points and also make it easier to review the material later.


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