PTE Real Exam – Summarize Written Text 50

Summarize Written Text In One Sentence – Read the passage below and summarize it using one sentence (between 5 and 75 words). Type your response in the box at the bottom of the screen. Your answer will be judged on the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the key points in the passage.

PTE Writing – Summarize Written Text

1. Read and summarize written text in your words.

Presidential Election

According to the United States Constitution, a presidential election is to be held once every fourth year. The process of electing a President and Vice-President begins long before Election Day. Candidates from both major and minor political parties and independent candidates begin to raise money and campaign at least one year in advance of the general presidential election. To officially represent a political party, a candidate must be nominated by that party.

This primary nomination process is a contest that often produces factions within political parties. These divisions impact the policy stances and agendas of the candidates running for nomination as they attempt to garner the support of party leaders and activists. The nominating process officially begins with the first state primaries and caucuses, which usually occur in the month of February of the election year. It is at these local events that voters are given their first chance to participate in electing the nations next President.

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During the Presidential elections in the USA, candidates who are nominated by their political parties start campaigning a year in advance to influence the public as public’s perception leads to caucuses and primaries in few months

2. Read and summarize written text in your words.

Food and eating in Australian

In the past two centuries, there has been a dramatic change in the role of food and eating in Australian public consciousness. Public discussion of food was largely confined to matters of supply, distribution and price. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, some newspapers were offering regular columns of advice on housekeeping topics, including menu planning and recipes. However, eating remained a private activity essentially, even when undertaken by the company.

By the late twentieth century, food and eating had become prominent public preoccupations. Evidence of this dramatic cultural revaluation abounds. In bookstores, for example, cookery and all things related to it are often among the larger displays. Speciality stores are selling all manner of cookware, tableware and other paraphernalia associated with food, eating and drinking. Perhaps most telling is the extension of the phenomenon of mass media celebrity to include culinary personalities.

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Although food and eating became a prominent public preoccupation in Australia during the late 20th century, it was earlier a private activity confined to the matters of supply, distribution and price. 


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