PTE Reorder Paragraph Practice Test – It requires test takers to be familiar with the organization and cohesion of academic texts and arrange text in a single correct order.
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PTE Reorder Paragraph Practice Test
Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense. #1
[A]. However, for most of the soil-bound peasants the problem is not whether to be normally passive or active, but when to pass from one state to another.
[B]. In areas where there are no lords or laws, or in frontier zones where all men go armed, the attitude of the peasantry may well be different.
[C]. This depends on an assessment of the political situation.
[D]. Passivity is not, of course, universal.
[E]. So indeed it may be on the fringe of the unsubmissive.
Pearson English Test Reorder Paragraphs Practice Sample 15
PTE Academic Practice Test 16 – Re-order Paragraphs
Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense. #2
[A]. He spent days and weeks and months in his bed either eating something or sleeping.
[B]. He almost became inactive, The king became a potato couch and the people started to worry about the king.
[C]. Because, the king was too lazy and would not do anything other than eating and sleeping.
[D]. Once upon a time, there lived a generous and kind-hearted king.
[E]. But, the people weren’t happy with their king.
Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense. #3
[A]. The meaning of the word happiness changes with growing years, for a child happiness has a magical quality.
[B]. Turning to adults, ask any adult what he means by happiness and you will find a puzzled face for a moment.
[C]. In the teenage years the concept of happiness changes to enjoyment and pleasure.
[D]. But I think a better definition of happiness is the capacity for enjoyment.
[E]. Leave the puzzled face and refer a dictionary it defines happy as ‘lucky’ or ‘fortunate’.
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