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Reading Comprehension

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  • 131.

    Reading and Writer's Tone Practice

    Review for these concepts can be found at Reading and Writer's Tone Help.

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    Reading Main Idea and Theme Practice

    Finding the main idea or theme of a written piece is one of the most important aspects of good reading comprehension. It is, however, easy to confuse the main idea or theme with the subject. Basically, the subject of a piece of ...

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    Reading Topic Sentence Practice

    Often, writers express their main idea in a clearly defined sentence known as a topic sentence. Topic sentences are usually found at the beginning of a paragraph in order to immediately establish the main idea. But this is not always the case— topic sentences can be found anywhere ...

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    Reading Short Passages and Inference Practice

    In this section, you will find short passages (one and two paragraph), accompanied by questions that ask you to identify explicit information, analyze, and interpret what is written. This is your first chance to use everything you've learned so far. Pay special attention to the ...

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  • 135.

    Reading Short Passages Practice

    In this section, you will find short passages (one and two paragraph), accompanied by questions that ask you to identify explicit information, analyze, and interpret what is written. This is your first chance to use everything you've learned so far. Pay special attention to the ...

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  • 136.

    Reading Short Passages and Implicit Review Practice

    In this section, you will find short passages (one and two paragraph), accompanied by questions that ask you to identify explicit information, analyze, and interpret what is written. This is your first chance to use everything you've learned so far. Pay special attention to the ...

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  • 137.

    Reading Nonfiction Passage Help

    Fiction is a piece of writing that tells a story that didn't really happen in real life—it's fictional, made up by the author. Nonfiction, on the other hand, refers to a piece of writing about something that did happen. History books and ...

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  • 138.

    Reading Charts, Graphs, and Understanding Directions Practice

    This is a section with questions that can be applied to situations that you find in everyday life. On the job, in your school, at the train station, in the grocery store, or in many other ordinary situations, you might find yourself trying to get information from a graph, chart, ...

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  • 139.

    Reading and Understanding Directions Help

    For many occupations, workers are asked to read policy, work instructions, and rules. Following are a number of job-related passages. Start with these relatively simple notices posted for workers. Notice 1 All drivers are responsible for refueling ...

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    Reading Comprehension and Interpreting Poems Practice

    Poetry scares some people, mainly because they believe that poems have hidden meanings. A good way to approach poetry is by reading closely for the literal meaning. In reality, poetry compresses the language into small sentences or phrases, so it just seems that the meanings are ...

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