PTE Read Aloud Strategies – How To Get 90 in PTE

PTE Read Aloud Question – Read the given text aloud.

Motivation as a desire to perform an action is usually defined as having two parts directional such as directed towards a positive stimulus or away from a negative one, as well as the activated “seeking phase” and consummatory “liking phase”.

Guidance for PTE Read Aloud – PTE Read Aloud Strategies – How To Get 90 in PTE

In your practice time, you read this sentence to get a clear idea about different parts. It will help you to break the text in small parts, it will help you to place correct stress on correct words, it will help you in intonation as well like the way to use rising in intonation or way to use falling intonation. So try to talk naturally, in this text try to place stress on important words like “motivation”, “desire”, “action”, “two parts”, “directional”, “directed”, “positive stimulus”, “negative one”, “seeking phase”, “liking phase”.

These are the words where you should pay stress. Try not to place stress on other words like “as”, “a”, “am”, “is”, “am”, “are”, “will”, shell”, “have” or “has”. These type of words do not require any stress, so make sure you stress on the correct words. Such as “motivation” as a “desires to perform” an “action” is usually “define” as having “two parts directional” such as “directed” towards a “positive stimulus” or away from a “negative one”, as well as the activated “seeking phase” and consummatory “liking phase”.

◊ Words like “consummatory” you need to pronounce these words in preparation time. So try to break the paragraph into different parts and try to place the stress. And don’t worry about these technicality to much if you talk naturally, if you understand the paragraph, this will help you to place the stress on correct words this will help you intonation automatically. So just don’t go into too deep into these technicalities. Read the paragraph loudly in your preparation time, make sure you understand the paragraph.

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