An important IELTS Reading task that candidates should not ignore is the sentence-completion task. Quite often, this is overlooked in favour of the more popular Yes/No/Not Given or Paragraph/Header Matching type of questions. Candidates are tested in their ability to:
- skim for general information
- read more closely for details
- understand paraphrases in the questions
See if you can get all the answers correct in under 10 minutes.
Complete each sentence with the correct ending, A-G, below:
- Recent images of Jupiter’s support
- Scientists predict the existence of life through
- More research needs to be done from
- Advocates for space exploration believe in
|A||a need to prove that tidal waves create an internal heat on Europa.|
|B||the promise of success compared to the failure of politics.|
|C||the possible existence of water beneath its surface.|
|D||a regular occurrence of water sprouting from a geyser.|
|E||the collection of data through photographs and analytical instruments.|
|F||the sporadic eruptions of water from geysers on the moon.|
|G||their claims of inaccurate data from the Europa clipper.|
Source: New Statesman
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