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Read Aloud Prediction Questions – I

October 14, 2019 Read Aloud Prediction Questions – I

Read Aloud Prediction Questions – I

The first thing that you do as an aspirant of the PTE exam is to look out for the PTE Practice Test. Most of the candidates what they really want is an insight into the questions that are asked in the real PTE exam. Especially, the questions that are frequently repeated is of great concern among the aspirants.

To help you out in your PTE journey, here are several prediction questions from the PTE Practice Test. Practice these questions and learn about the three basic points of the Speaking Section:

  • Oral fluency
  • Pronunciation
  • Intonation

Read Aloud PTE Practice Test Q1: According to recent research, sunshine and warm weather have a positive effect on our moods. The British Journal of Psychology has published a report in which it claims that anxiety levels fall when temperatures rise, while increased exposure to sunshine makes us think more positively about our lives.

                                                                                 Native Speaker’s Answer

                                                   

                                                      Non – native Speaker’s Answer

 

Read Aloud PTE Practice Test Q2:A young man from a small provincial town — a man without independent wealth, without powerful family connections and without a university education — moved to London in the late 1580s and, in a remarkably short time, became the greatest playwright not of his age alone but of all time. How was this achievement of magnitude made? How did Shakespeare become Shakespeare?

Native Speaker’s Answer

 

Non – native Speaker’s Answer

 

Read Aloud PTE Practice Test Q3: Statistics reflect vital information about the economy, the well-being of the population, and the environment. Society relies on statistics being visible, accessible and robust, and on statistically literate people making the best use of the information to determine future action. Statistical literacy, then, is the ability to accurately understand, interpret and evaluate the data that inform these issues.

Native Speaker’s Answer 

 

Non – native Speaker’s Answer 

 

Read Aloud PTE Practice Test Q4: Tesla actually worked for Edison early in his career. Edison offered to pay him the modern equivalent of a million dollars to fix the problems he was having with his DC generators and motors. Tesla fixed Edison’s machines and when he asked for the money he was promised, Edison laughed him off and had this to say, Tesla, you don’t understand our American humor.

Native Speaker’s Answer 

 

Non – native Speaker’s Answer

 

Read Aloud PTE Practice Test Q5: Clearly, times are changing and while many people are saving for their retirement, many more still need to do so. Most countries have a range of pension schemes that are designed to provide individuals with an income once they stop working. People need to take advantage of these if they are to have sufficient money throughout their retirement years.

Native Speaker’s Answer

 

Non – native Speaker’s Answer

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