Sentence Completion: Set 1
Even if your exam doesn’t have specific vocabulary questions, improving your word knowledge can improve your score. Having a strong vocabulary means you have a better chance of comprehending what you read. When you come across a word you don't know, you might be able to figure out its meaning from the context, but if you're constantly encountering unfamiliar words, it can be difficult to keep up.
Think about it like this: reading comprehension is like putting together a puzzle, and your vocabulary is the box full of puzzle pieces. The more pieces you have, the easier it is to complete the puzzle. Without enough pieces, you might be able to get a rough idea of what the picture looks like, but you won't be able to see all of the details.
So, it's a good idea to work on expanding your vocabulary. You can do this by reading more, looking up unfamiliar words as you come across them, or, of course, by taking our free vocabulary quizzes!