Bitesize English: Obtaining Particular Information

This site is a three-page review of how to obtain particular information when reading literature.
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This site is a three-page review of how to obtain particular information when reading literature.

This site is a three-page review of how to obtain particular information when reading literature. Use the hints to help you pick out specific information to find out what people are like, what the setting is, why characters are acting as they are. The next page gives you some examples to check to see if you understand the process. After you answer the questions, complete answers are provided. The last page lays out the different ways questions may be phrased when you are being asked about specific information. There’s also a game for you to play to see how well you recognize language forms.

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