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Tips and Tricks to Better Understand Passages
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To answer questions in an IELTS reading test you need to first understand the passages. Check this video for tips and tricks to understand the passages better.

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a year ago
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  1. Tips and Tricks to better understand passages


  2. Hello! IELTS reading test contains 3 passages, each followed by an array of questions.


  3. Hello! IELTS reading test contains 3 passages, each followed by an array of questions. You have 20 minutes to read and answer each of these.


  4. Reading passages Once American men returned from the World War II battlefields, they quickly displaced the women who had temporarily filled jobs otherwise reserved for men. With most women reverting to their domestic role, the dramatic increase in the number of infants born is perhaps not too surprising. Yet, such factors alone cannot explain the increase in the number of births from 1946-1951. Adison suggests that both women and men's perspectives changed, mostly because of America's success in the war. This optimism, in part, fuelled the rapid growth in population. However, many argue that women in returning to the home, were able to focus on raising a family, regardless of their levels of optimism


  5. Pen down in one sentence what you just read


  6. It was about women in America during world war lI and kids.


  7. "Adison'


  8. Reading Passive Reading Active Reading


  9. Passive Reading Anything coherent = DIFFICULTY


  10. Passive Reading BRAIN in PASSIVE mode


  11. from returned men Americarn Once



  12. DULL eading passages Once American men returned from the World War Il battlefields, they quickly displaced the women who had temporarily filled jobs otherwise reserved for men. With most women reverting to their domestic role, the dramatic increase in the number of infants born is perhaps not too surprising. Yet, such factors alone cannot explain the increase in the number of births from 1946-1951. Adison suggests that both women and men's perspectives changed, mostly because of America's success in the war. This optimism, in part, fuelled the rapicd growth in population. However, many argue that women, in returning to the home, were able to focus on raising a family, regardless of their levels of optimism h women and men's perspecti art, fuelled the


  13. THREE PRECEPTS OF ACTIVE READING [1] Notice Connections Between Paragraphs In A Passage


  14. THREE PRECEPTS OF ACTIVE READING [1] Notice Connections Between Paragraphs In A Passage Field of the study Theory will be specified


  15. THREE PRECEPTS OF ACTIVE READING [1] Notice Connections Between Paragraphs In A Passage Field of the study Theory will be specified Evidence supporting the theory


  16. THREE PRECEPTS OF ACTIVE READING [1] Notice Connections Between Paragraphs In A Passage Field of the study Theory will be specified Evidence supporting the theory Critique of the theory or introduce another theory


  17. THREE PRECEPTS OF ACTIVE READING [1] Notice Connections Between Paragraphs In A Passage Field of the study Theory will be specified Evidence supporting the theory Critique of the theory or introduce another theory Where to look and for What.


  18. THREE PRECEPTS OF ACTIVE READING [3] Intercept the passage, paragraph by paragraph Take a break after each paragraph and summarize key points.


  19. Remember You don't need to understand every detail in the passage. Read the questions first, before reading the complete passage


  20. Remember You don't need to understand every detail in the passage Read the questions first, before reading the complete passage Look away from the passage after each paragraph Take short had notes


  21. Remember You don't need to understand every detail in the passage. Read the questions first, before reading the complete passage Look away from the passage after each paragraph Take short had notes At the end of the passage, look away.


  22. Once American men returned from the World War II battlefields, they quickly displaced the women who had temporarily filled jobs otherwise reserved for men. With most women reverting to their domestic role, the dramatic increase in the number of infants born is perhaps not too surprising. Yet, such factors alone cannot explain the increase in the number of births from 1946-1951. Adison suggests that both women and men's perspectives changed, mostly because of America's success in the war. This optimism, in part, fuelled the rapid growth in population. However, many argue that women, in returning to the home, were able to focus on raising a family, regardless of their levels of optimism.


  23. Once American men returned from the World War II battlefields, they quickly displaced the women who had temporarily filled jobs otherwise reserved for men. With most women reverting to their domestic role, the dramatic increase in the number of infants born is perhaps not too surprising. Yet, such factors alone cannot explain the increase in the number of births from 1946-1951. Adison suggests that both women and men's perspectives changed, mostly because of America's success in the war. This optimism, in part, fuelled the rapid growth in population. However, many argue that women, in returning to the home, were able to focus on raising a family, regardless of their levels of optimism Contrast words: yet, however


  24. Once American men returned from the World War II battlefields, they quickly displaced the women who had temporarily filled jobs otherwise reserved for men. With most women reverting to their domestic role, the dramatic increase in the number of infants born is perhaps not too surprising. Yet, such factors alone cannot explain the increase in the number of births from 1946-1951. Adison suggests that both women and men's perspectives changed, mostly because of America's success in the war. This optimism, in part, fuelled the rapid growth in population. However, many argue that women, in returning to the home, were able to focus on raising a family, regardless of their levels of optimism.


  25. Remember... Read the questions Relation between sentences in a paragraph and paragraphs in a passage Formulate an answer


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  27. "Practise makes a man PERFECT Good Luck for your test...See yaa