3 Steps to Answering Questions Step 1 Read the passage once through quickly to get the gist of the text Step 2: Analyse the questions (CUB Strategy) Look for the correct paragraph/s with the ideas or keywords mentioned in the question Compare similar information from different paragraphs before choosing your answer Write your answers in complete sentences Word / phrase is allowed only if the answer is to be written into the box (not lines) provided Step 3: Check the Answer fo
Poorly set comprehension questions are often landmines for heated arguments between the question-setter and the indignant comprehension-doer. Don't land yourself in hot soup by setting inference questions that are irreverent of actual content in the comprehension passage. Study the following positive and negative examples well and you'll never stray from the path of righteousness again. Passage A Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
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