It is divided in three sections with texts that are
authentic taken from advertisements, notices,
booklets, official documents, leaflets, newspapers,
timetables, instruction manuals, books and
1. Short-answer questions
2. Multiple choice
3. Sentence completion
5. Choosing a heading for a
6. Identification of writer's
views/claims - yes, no or not
7. Identification of information - true,
false or not given
9. Matching lists/phrases.
Contains two short factual texts focusing on work-related issues (e.g. applying for
jobs, company policies, pay and conditions, workplace facilities, staff development and
training). This have longer sentences with more complex language than in section 1.
● Step 1: Survey the text
● Step 2: Read The Questions
● Step 3: Answer the questions by scanning for specific information or identify
main ideas by skimming.