PTE Academic Reading Reorder Paragraphs 5 {Pte Free Practice Material}

Rearrange the given sentences to make a meaning full passage.PTE Academic Reading Reorder Paragraphs 5 {Pte Free Practice Material}

PTE PRACTICE TEST – REORDER PARAGRAPHS

21 – Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that makes sense.

[A]. A perfect voice speaks so directly to the soul of the hearer that all appearance of artfully prepared effect is absent.

[B]. Every tone sung by a consummate vocal artist seems to be poured forth freely and spontaneously.

[C]. There is no evidence of calculation, of carefully directed effort, of attention to the workings of the voice, in the tones of a perfect singer.

[D]. Yet if the accepted idea of Voice Culture is correct, this semblance of spontaneity in the use of the voice can result only from careful and incessant attention to mechanical rules.

[E]. In no other form of expression do art and nature seem so closely identified as in the art of singing.

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E – A – B – C- D

 

22 – Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that makes sense.

[A]. The purpose of the study was to determine whether penicillin could prevent, not just cure, syphilis infection. Some of those who became infected never received medical treatment.

[B]. In 2010, President Barack Obama and other federal officials apologized for U.S sponsored the medical study, conducted decades earlier in Guatemala.

[C]. The results of the study, which took place with the cooperation of Guatemalan government officials, never were published.

[D]. In that study, from 1946 to 1948, nearly 700 men and women—prisoners, soldiers, mental patients—were intentionally infected with syphilis (hundreds of more people were exposed to other sexually transmitted diseases as part of the study) without their knowledge or consent.

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B-D-A-C

 

23 – Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that makes sense.

[A]. Although there is not yet a cure for the illness, there may be hope for a cure with a protein called nerve growth factor.

[B]. Alzheimer’s disease impairs a person’s ability to recall memories, both distant memories and memories as recent as a few hours before.

[C]. Using a group of rats with impaired memory, the scientists gave half of the rats doses of nerve growth factor while giving the other half a blood protein as a placebo, thus creating a control group.

[D]. Based on this relationship, scientists from the University of Landon in Sweden and the University of California at San Diego designed an experiment to test whether doses of nerve growth factor could reverse the effects of memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s.

[E]. The protein is produced by nerve cells in the same region of the brain where Alzheimer’s occurs

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B – A- E- D- C

 

24 – Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that makes sense.

[A]. Thus direct calorimetry would give systematic overestimates of the amount of fuel that actually enters the blood through digestion.

[B]. However, the values given on food labels are not determined in this way.

[C]. The reason for this is that direct calorimetry also burns the dietary fiber, and so does not allow for fecal losses.

[D]. The amount of food energy associated with a particular food could be measured by completely burning the dried food in a bomb calorimeter, a method known as direct calorimetry.

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D-B-C-A

 

25 – Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that makes sense.

[A]. My father narrated to me that he witnessed the farewell Hajj with the Messenger of Allah.

[B]. He mentioned a story in his narration and he (the Prophet) said: “And indeed I order you to be good to the women, for they are but captives with you over whom you have no power than that, except if they come with manifest Fahishah (evil behavior).

[C]. And if they obey you then you have no cause against them.

[D]. If they do that, then abandon their beds and beat them with a beating that is not harmful.

[E]. So he thanked and praised Allah and he reminded and gave admonition.

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A-E-B-D-C

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