IELTS Reading Exercises and Lessons
Here you can find useful IELTS Reading lessons and corresponding IELTS Reading exercises.
There are a lot of question types on IELTS Reading: multiple choice, true/false/not given, sentence completion etc. To improve your reading skills effectively, you can practise each type of reading questions separately. This way you will be able to see your strengths and weaknesses. Our explanations and advice will help you to find strategy of choosing the correct answer for each question type.
IELTS Reading lessons:
Learn how to answer true/false/not given questions by example, with answering strategy and tips.
Multiple choice or "A, B, C, or D" questions are very common in IELTS reading. This lesson teaches you how to effectively answer this type of questions.
Learn how to answer sentence completion questions on IELTS. Look at the tips and strategy, and see an example with detailed explanations.
Learn how to answer matching paragraphs questions on IELTS Reading. Learn the useful tips and strategy, and see an example with detailed explanation.
Develop reading strategies for short-answer questions on IELTS Reading. See an example how to tackle such questions.
Skimming and scanning are effective techniques for speed-reading. Learn how to read more in less time by completing this lesson.
Do you know how to answer classification questions on IELTS Reading? In this lesson we show some important tips and answering strategies.
Learn more about diagram completion questions in IELTS Reading test. Learn answering strategy and see a detailed example.
IELTS Reading exercises:
"The largest thing in the universe"
"The hottest month"
"Is violence innate?"
"The worst month for air disasters"
"Why coffee escapes the lid"
"A giant panda has given birth"
"Return to the Trail of Tears"
"London's design festival"
"Coins and elections"
"Museum of Lost Objects"
"New geological pattern"
Diagram completion questions:
Skimming & scanning practice:
"History of leaks"
So, you've practised various types of IELTS Reading questions. Now it's time to: