HSK 6 – Reading Comprehension – Exercise 1
Exercise 1 is made up of 10 questions.
For each question, there will be 4 sentences. You must choose the sentence that is grammatically incorrect (order of the words, misuse of a word, etc).
Then you must select answer D on your answer sheet.
HSK 6 – Reading Comprehension – Exercise 2
Exercise 2 is made up of 10 questions.
You will read a short paragraph (1 to 3 sentences), in which 3 to 5 words are missing. You need to choose the right words to fill the gaps from 4 choices.
HSK 6 – Reading Comprehension – Exercise 3
Exercise 3 is made up of 10 questions.
You will read a paragraph (about 20 sentences), in which 5 sentences are missing. There will be 5 sentences that you need to put back in the paragraph in the right order.
You read a paragraph:
You put the sentences in the right order in the paragraph:
Answers: 76. B 77. E 78. A 79. D 80. C
Tip: Identify the sequence of actions and the logical order of the sentences.
HSK 6 – Reading Comprehension – Exercise 4
Exercise 4 is made up of 20 questions.
Paragraphs of about 5 to 10 sentences will be displayed with various comprehension questions per paragraph. For each question, you must choose the right answer among 4 choices.
Then you answer to the comprehension questions:
Answers: 85. B 86. C 87. B 88. D