Reading tip: Difference between most, majority, many, all etc.
One typical question in IELTS reading is based on the difference between these simple words. Let’s take a sample True/False Question as an example.
Given: The apples were very tasty so I ate many of them.
Try these on your own before looking at the answers which I will post later
Questions: True/False/Not Given
a) I ate most of the apples.
b) Majority of the apples were eaten by me.
c) All the apples were eaten by me.
d) The apples were very tasty so I ate them all.
e) I love eating apples.
Fill in the right word in the blank
- The ________ world is suffering from environmental problems. (whole / hole )
- There is a _______ in your shirt. (whole / hole)
- She has curly _________. ( hair / hare)
- Have you heard the story of the ______ and the tortoise? ( hair / hare)