PTE Read Aloud Practice Test 12
PTE Read Aloud Practice Test – 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 Read Aloud Practice Test
- 34 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
Line engraving on metal, which, to a great extent, was a development of the goldsmith’s craft of ornamenting armor and precious metals, did not emerge as print-marketing techniques until well into the 15th century. Copper, the metal mainly used for engraving, was expensive, and engraving itself was laborious and took a long time.
- 35 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
For the first two or three years after the Second World War, a new title would often sell out within a few months of publication. However, unless public demand for the book was unusually high, they were really able to reprint it. With paper stocks strictly rationed, they could not afford to use up the precious paper of tie up their limited capital with a reprint.
- 36 – Read the text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.
We are going to make these awesome bottle lights or share calls on bottle brights. There are a couple different ways to make these. We are going to show you how. Before this, first, we are going to show you what you need. Some carious sizes and colors of bottles and definitely going to want some safety gear. With this, you’ll need a towel or a respirator, some safety glasses, a water bottle, some duct tape and at least one glove.
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