Pass the TOEIC Test

Further Comprehension Questions

A good way to improve your reading comprehension is to write your own questions for passages you have read. Look again at some Part 7 texts you have already read in Pass the TOEIC Test, and write as many questions as you can. When you finish, read the text again and write the answers.

 

Download the TOEIC® Further Comprehension Questions activity in PDF format.

 
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Tips on Writing Comprehension Questions

Reading for Main Ideas

Questions that test your understanding of the main ideas in a reading passage often ask about the topic, or purpose, of the text. For example:

  • What is the article about?
  • What does this letter mainly discuss?
  • What is the main purpose of this notice?
  • Why was this memo written?

 

Reading for Details

Questions that test your ability to understand details in a reading passage often ask about times, dates, prices, locations, people, etc. For example:

  • When does the meeting begin?
  • Who is scheduled to visit on Tuesday morning?
  • Which product recently failed its safety check?
  • Where is the lecture going to take place?
  • What should motorists with a red parking permit do?
  • How frequent are train services to Newberry?
  • Why did Mr. Cecil have to pay a registration fee?

 

Making Inferences

Some questions test your ability to make inferences in a reading passage. You need to draw conclusions based on what you read. For example:

  • What is indicated in the e-mail?
  • Who most likely is Diane Findlay?
  • What can be inferred from this notice?
  • How does Ms. Bennett feel about the situation?