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IELTS Reading Task: Scanning and Identifying Location of Information, Labeling a diagram which has numbered parts

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Scanning and Identifying Location of Information
These questions require you to scan the text to find the location of information. You will be given a set of statements and you need to find the paragraph each one comes from.
Look at the example below.
Questions 1-5
The passage has ten paragraphs labelled A-J. Which paragraphs contain the following information? Write the appropriate letters A-J in boxes 1-4 on your answer sheet. NB You may use any letter more than once.
1 Concern that recycling is not profitable.
2 Explanation of why fees for dumping waste should be increased.
3 The best way to deal with garbage.
4 The problem of decaying organic waste.
5 Recycling of automobiles.

Questions 1 - 6
Label the booths at the exhibition.Choose your answers from the box and write them next to questions 1-6.



Oriental vases
Korean cabinets
Indian rugs
Chinese furniture
Thai silk
Malaysian batik
Tibetan prayer rugs
Balinese woodwork
Oriental art


How to do:
-          Read the instructions carefully,
-          Quickly read the statements to get an idea of what the text is about.
-          Take the statements one by one. Underline the key words.
-          Search the text to find where the info is mentioned.
-          Remember to look for synonyms and parallel expressions.

Labeling a diagram which has numbered parts

In this type of the task, you will be given a diagram and asked to label it with words from the text or labels given.

How to do:
-          Read the instructions carefully,
-          Study the diagram and the labels if they are given.
-          See you can guess any of the answers,
-          Scan the text to find the info. If labels are not provided, make sure you use words from the text.

Reference: How to Prepare for IELTS Writing. City University of Hongkong: English Language Center.

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