In IELTS general reading matching information questions you are given specific information from the reading, and you then have to match the information to the appropriate paragraphs or sections that it comes from.
The paragraphs will be labelled A, B, C, D, etc.
Sometimes the specific information could be in the form of pictures instead of text.
This simple example without a text but using pictures shows you how you can match information.
Match each instruction (1-5) with its corresponding picture (A-E), and write the letter of the picture in the space provided. The first one has been done as an example.
Now you can have some practice at IELTS general reading matching information questions with a longer text similar to that which you will get in the test.
You are given four pictures of an iron, and you have to find out which section (A-F) the picture relates to.
Read the text below and answer questions 1-4.
Match the pictures below to the appropriate section in the instructions. Write the correct letter, A-F, in boxes 1-4 on your answer sheet.
"I think these eBooks are FANTASTIC!!! I know that's not academic language, but it's the truth!"
Linda, from Italy, Scored Band 7.5