How to answer 3,4,5,6 and 7 mark questions for IGCSE English Language Section A Reading (Foundation Tier)

The IGCSE English Language Exam is tomorrow. I am weak at english and I do misread the questions sometimes and I didnt want to make any mistakes with my real exam as its my last and final.

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How to answer the Reading section of the iGCSE English Language Exam.
(Foundation Tier)
Answering a 34 mark question:
1. What have you learnt about....
2. What do you learn about.....
3. List 4 details...
4. List 3 details...
5. What happened to the.... and why...
6. Explain why...
7. What impressions do you get from the following quotations?
8. What are the....
9. Why is.....
How do I answer these types of questions?
The answer to these questions is simple. It is asking YOU to answer the happenings of the
text and extract key information. Sometimes these answers may require PEE to explain
about the person, place or incident. If the question is asking you to list a couple of points,
then you would read the text carefully and extract those points either in a sentence or in
bullet points. You have 12 minutes to answer this question.
Answering a 5 mark question:
1. How does the writer....
2. Why is the...
3. What might lead readers....
4. How did....
5. What methods does the writer use...
6. Explain why....
7. What led the writer...
8. What do you think...
9. How does the writer suggest...
10. Refer to lines....
How do I answer these types of questions?
These questions involve the writer as we need to identify the methods and language
features used in the text itself. For a 5 mark question 2 PEE paragraphs should be efficient,
but bear in mind not to misread the question. Referring to lines, means that you MUST
answer that part correctly. Use powerful words to describe the situation such as connectives
and use a range of SPAG along with connectives and vocabulary. After reading the question,

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Answering a 67 mark question:
1. Explain what...
2. Using clues from lines 2733 as your evidence..... Explain...
3. Refer to the whole passage....
4. How does the writer make you....
5. Explain the writers...
6. What have you learnt...
7. Think about the whole passage......lines 2023...
8. Refer to lines...
9. Consider the whole passage...
10. How does the writer...
11. Explain how....... Lines 2224..…read more

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