PTE Academic Speaking Read Aloud Practice Sample 16
PTE Academic Speaking Read Aloud Practice Sample – 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.
PTE Academic Speaking Read Aloud Practice Sample
- 46 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
Thank you for playing this lovely words. Hi everybody, my name is Elliot Easton. I am very proud to say that I played guitar at the cars. Once again thank you for the bestowing this honor upon us. It’s a thrill to be here to join the ranks of all the incredible artists who already been inducted. I am blessed to be in a band that has in some way made a contribution to the music and this is quite an acknowledgment of that tonight.
- 47 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
Actually, this is a multi-story underground underneath my apartment building in London where my cars are basically all dotted around in different places. So the GTA has just got back here from all those four that’s right here. I’ll put the other end over there is the 675 Liters spider. The Ford Focus RS is half the levels hours behind us the Ferrari FF but the classic mini is both down into set. Now to do this, I basically got to borrow other people’s faces so I am doing it in the night.
- 48 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
You can see that agency name has been repeated. Similarly, because the agency name is repeated so is the office location and office contact is the same. We need to avoid CUD anomalies. In CUD, C stands for Create, U for update and D for delete. Let’s start with create anomaly which is also called as insert anomaly. By the way, Agent ID is the primary key in the entire box.