What to do in YES/ NO/ NOT GIVEN Questions
For recognizing the essayist’s perspectives/claims questions, you have to choose whether an assertion concurs with the perspectives or cases the author makes in the content. Your answer should be either ‘yes’, ‘no’ or ‘not given’. You answer ‘yes’ if an assertion concurs with the sentiments or cases of the essayist. You answer ‘no’ if the assertion negates the essayist’s feeling or contention. On the off chance that the content gives no data on what the author thinks about the articulation, the right answer isn’t ‘given’. Be mindful to recognize ‘no’ and ‘not given’.
This inquiry type tests your capacity to distinguish perspectives or suppositions.
IELTS Reading YES / NO / NOT GIVEN Question Tips
— Identifying essayist’s perspectives/claims addresses will be introduced in the request the appropriate responses
show up in the content, so ensure you answer the inquiries to spare time.
— Read the proclamation and underline watchwords.
— Scan to the part where the data identified with the assertion starts.
— Read that part cautiously to check whether the assertion:
– concurs with the suppositions or cases of the author (utilizing equivalents) can’t help contradicting or negates the assessments or cases of the essayist
neither concurs nor can’t help contradicting the sentiments or cases of the essayist because the important data is absent.
— Remember that the inquiry may summarize the important data.
— If the right answer is ‘no’, the assertion will expressly repudiate the perspectives on the creator introduced in the content (perhaps utilizing a reword).
— If you can’t discover an assertion offering the creator’s input regarding the matter in the content, the right answer is presumably ‘not given’.
— Remember to compose ‘yes’ or ‘no’, and ‘false’ or ‘bogus’ on the appropriate response sheet.