False and true questions are a common question type in the IELTS listening test. They are a form of practice that combines listening and reading. The basic question type is True or False. This type of question requires candidates to make a true or false judgment on some declarative sentences based on what they have heard. If the content of the sentence matches the content of the article, the answer is TRUE; if the content of the sentence does not match the content of the article, the answer is FALSE.
There are 15 exercises in this post, and the content is selected from daily life situations, such as introducing the library, visiting the campus, discussing about family and friends, etc. The purpose is to help candidates understand and become familiar with the question types through daily dialogues, lectures and discussions. Improve candidates’ practical listening comprehension skills.
The judgment questions require candidates not only to read the sentences quickly and carefully before listening, but also to analyze and understand the given information correctly. When listening to information, candidates are required not only to keep up with the speed of the speaker, but also to judge whether the sentences in the exercise are correct or not on the basis of listening and comprehension.
It is recommended that when candidates do this type of question, they must first read each sentence carefully and mark out the key words. Before listening, it is best to remember the first 2~3 questions; after choosing, continue to read 2~3 questions, so that you can keep up with the information, and if the information does not appear in order, you can also find the question points.