How to answer all fill in the blanks questions

READING: Fill in the blanks
  1. Remember that some words often go together to form a familiar phrase. This is called ‘collocation’. Using collocation can help you recognise the correct word for each blank.
  2. Read around the blank in the text and decide what part of speech the missing word is.
  3. Next look at the answer options provided and rule out any words that are not the right part of speech.
  4. Finally, choose the words that are left, the one that has the correct meaning.
READING & WRITING: Fill in the blanks
  1. Skim for the overall purpose to help you choose the right word Understanding the meaning of the whole text helps you choose the right word for each blank.
  2. Read before and after the blank to help you identify the correct word.

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