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.
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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?
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?
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