Pearson English Test – Read Aloud Practice Sample 15
Pearson English Test Read Aloud – Read Aloud is a long-answer speaking item type. It tests your ability to read a short text aloud using correct pronunciation and intonation. It assesses both speaking and reading skills.
Pearson English Test
- 43 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
History rubs shoulders and often overlaps with many other areas of research, from myths and epics to the social sciences, including economics, politics, biography, demography, and much else besides. Some histories are almost pure narratives, while others go in for detailed, tightly-focused analyses of, for example, the parish records of a Cornish village in the 16th century.
- 44 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
There are many kinds of pond, but nearly all are small bodies of shallow, stagnant water in which plants with roots can grow. Water movement is slight and temperatures fluctuate widely. The wealth of plants ensures that during daylight hours oxygen is plentiful. However, at night, when photosynthesis no longer takes place, oxygen supplies can fall very low.
- 45 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
Just think about your id, you think you can imagine that any of this shit would let down and then is this good because it’s that good and I am just proud to be working with these guys and you know songs of Earth profound in a way because you are connecting with man and then you find out that you have more in common with humanity. Then everybody is more alike than they are.
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