Bài tập cấu trúc dạng Yes No Not Given IELTS READING (advanced)

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Bên cạnh Hướng dẫn đề thi IELTS 21/11/2020 bài WRITING TASK 1 (map) về school library (kèm bài sửa cho HS đi thi), IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Bài tập cấu trúc dạng Yes No Not Given IELTS READING (advanced)

I. Đề bài

II. Cấu trúc ngữ pháp

1. Mệnh đề

IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:

  • Researchers have long suspected there is a ‘critical period’ for language development, after which it cannot proceed with full success to fluency.

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:

  1. Its purpose was to find out if seafarers in the distant past could have found their way from one island to the other without navigational instruments, or whether the islands had been populated by accident.
  2. All the different parts were approached through the same enormous entrance hall and served by the same escalator, which was free to anyone to ride, whether they wanted to visit an exhibition or just admire the view.

  3. The Guggenheim in Bilbao* and the many other major landmark projects that were built in the belief that innovatively designed cultural buildings can bring about urban renewal are all following the lead of the Pompidou Centre.

  4. This finding - that having more mature brains did not help the adoptees avoid the toddler-talk stage - suggests that babies speak in babytalk not because they have baby brains, but because they have only just started learning and need time to gain enough vocabulary to be able to expand their conversations.

  5. She was dressed in the most extraordinary clothes ever to have graced a British stage: a long, emerald and sea-green gown with tapering sleeves, surmounted by a velvet cloak, which glistened and sparkled eerily in the limelight.

  6. However, it was a painter who immortalised her. John Singer Sargent had been so struck by Terry's appearance at that first performance that he asked her to model for him, and his famous portrait of 1889, now at the Tate Gallery in London, showed her with a glint in her eye, holding a crown over her flame-red hair.

2. Cấu trúc khác

IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:

  • In 1990, a young American named Christopher McCandless gave up his career plans, left behind everyone he knew, including his family, and went off on an adventure

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:

  1. Journalists are now used to having their articles commented on by dozens of readers
  2. Yet although people have tried to have scientific research reviewed in the same way, most researchers only accept reviews from a few anonymous experts.

  3. Immediately to the left in many supermarkets is a ‘chill zone’, where customers can enjoy browsing magazines, books and DVDs.

  4. However, more than a quarter of a century later, this construction - it is hard to call it a building when there is no façade, just a lattice of steel beams and pipes and a long external escalator snaking up the outside - still seems extreme.

  5. ‘But this dress is unique. It's very unusual to see this level of workmanship on a theatrical costume, and it must have looked spectacular on stage.’

  6. It is when they are doing homework that students are really grappling with a subject and are most likely to want someone to talk to.

  7. Reformers today, by and large, believe student success should be carefully tested, with teachers and principals receiving better pay if their students advance more quickly.

III. Bài tập

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:

  • Màu mực học sinh điền vào sẽ khác với màu đề để dễ chấm bài nhé

  1. Its purpose was to find out if seafarers in the distant past could have found their way from one island to the other without navigational instruments, or whether the islands had been populated by accident.
    • to find vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?
    • if seafarers in the distant past could have found their way from one island to the other without navigational instruments, or whether the islands had been populated by accident. cụm này đóng chức năng ngữ pháp như thế nào?
    • could have found cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?
    • or whether cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?
  2. All the different parts were approached through the same enormous entrance hall and served by the same escalator, which was free to anyone to ride, whether they wanted to visit an exhibition or just admire the view.

    • ​served vì sao đề chia thì này?

    • , which cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Which đại diện cho từ nào?

    • , whether they wanted to visit an exhibition or just admire the view. cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

  3. The Guggenheim in Bilbao* and the many other major landmark projects that were built in the belief that innovatively designed cultural buildings can bring about urban renewal are all following the lead of the Pompidou Centre.

    • that innovatively designed cultural buildings can bring about urban renewal cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • are chủ ngữ của từ này là đâu?

  4. This finding - that having more mature brains did not help the adoptees avoid the toddler-talk stage - suggests that babies speak in babytalk not because they have baby brains, but because they have only just started learning and need time to gain enough vocabulary to be able to expand their conversations.

    • - that having more mature brains did not help the adoptees avoid the toddler-talk stage - cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • not because cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • , but because cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • need vì sao đề chia thì này?

  5. She was dressed in the most extraordinary clothes ever to have graced a British stage: a long, emerald and sea-green gown with tapering sleeves, surmounted by a velvet cloak, which glistened and sparkled eerily in the limelight.

    • to have graced cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • surmounted vì sao đề chia thì này?

    • , which cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Which đại diện cho từ nào?

  6. However, it was a painter who immortalised her. John Singer Sargent had been so struck by Terry's appearance at that first performance that he asked her to model for him, and his famous portrait of 1889, now at the Tate Gallery in London, showed her with a glint in her eye, holding a crown over her flame-red hair.

    • it was a painter who cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • so cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • that first cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • that he cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • , now at the Tate Gallery in London, cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

    • , holding cấu trúc này nghĩa là gì? Vì sao đề dùng cấu trúc này?

  7. Journalists are now used to having their articles commented on by dozens of readers
    • commented vì sao đề lại chia bị động? 
  8. Yet although people have tried to have scientific research reviewed in the same way, most researchers only accept reviews from a few anonymous experts.

    • Yet although vì sao lại vừa