[Unsolved] Pearson English Test 24 – Reading (Reorder Paragraphs)

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Reorder Paragraphs 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 Practice Test – Reorder Paragraphs

1. Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense.

[A]. It is mainly due to the quality of the fabric which effectively resists salt water, direct sunshine, and cold winds.
[B]. Traditionally they are navy blue and they are basically square in shape, without a curved armhole or inset sleeve.
[C]. Fishermen’s knitted jerseys have always been recognizable in Britain by their color and their shape.
[D]. This continuing popularity cannot just be put down to a fondness for tradition.
[E]. These navy jerseys are still a familiar sight on any quay or harbor in the land.

2. Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense.

[A]. The situations in which violence occurs and the nature of that violence tends to be clearly defined at least in theory, as in the proverbial Irishman’s question: ‘Is this a private fight or can anyone join in?’
[B]. So the actual risk to outsiders, though no doubt higher than our societies, is calculable.
[C]. Probably the only uncontrolled applications of force are those of social superiors to social inferiors and even here there are probably some rules.
[D]. However, binding the obligation to kill, members or feuding families engaged in mutual massacre will be genuinely appalled if by some mischance a bystander or outsider is killed.

3. Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense.

[A]. There is a strong manufacturing base for a variety of products.
[B]. India has come a long way on the technology front.
[C]. But the technology adopted has been largely of foreign origin.
[D]. There are, however, areas such as atomic energy, space, agriculture, and defense where significant strides have been made in evolving relevant technologies within the country.

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  • i got last week pte score in reading i got only 40 marks could anybody for reading how to prepare .remaning module writting 50, speaking 52, lisening51. so please give me tips for improve my score

  • Hi…Unfortunately, I scored just 63 in reading, however I scored 80+ on the other 3 modules. Could you please suggest me about the reasons that I had committed such the big mistakes in reading?

    • Reading can be a bit tricky. It’s a good thing, you scored good marks in other areas. Practice more for reading section. It will help.

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  • For #3 : BCDA

    [B]. India has come a long way on the technology front.
    [C]. But the technology adopted has been largely of foreign origin.
    [A]. There is a strong manufacturing base for a variety of products.
    [D]. There are, however, areas such as atomic energy, space, agriculture, and defense where significant strides have been made in evolving relevant technologies within the country.

      • 2. ACDB – ‘A’ seems to be the best opening line as it discusses ‘situations and nature of violence being clearly defined’. ‘A’ is followed by ‘C’ which talks about its exception. ‘C’ is followed by ‘D’ as ‘D’ talks about ‘mischance of the outsider being killed’ and ‘B’ concludes it.

  • 2nd answer option A starting with question and answer for that question is mentioned in option C by assuming(Probably), and also stated some uncontrolled action in option C and in option D with some uncontrolled action by mischance outsiders might get killed B(Conclusion) So there is a risk to outsiders.

    I am not sure but just sharing my view.

    • Correct answers are:
      1. CBEDA – C introduces the topic (Fishermen’s knitted jerseys). ‘C’ is followed by ‘B’ as it describes the Fishermen’s knitted jerseys shape & color in the past. ‘E’ tells you where you still see those jerseys which are described in sentence ‘B’. Further ‘EDA’ is the logical sequence.

      2. ACDB – ‘A’ seems to be the best opening line as it discusses ‘situations and nature of violence being clearly defined’. ‘A’ is followed by ‘C’ which talks about its exception. ‘C’ is followed by ‘D’ as ‘D’ talks about ‘mischance of the outsider being killed’ and ‘B’ concludes it.

    • ACDB is correct. DABC doesn’t make any sense, and sentence starting with “however” can not be the first sentence.

    • Correct answers are:
      1. CBEDA – C introduces the topic (Fishermen’s knitted jerseys). ‘C’ is followed by ‘B’ as it describes the Fishermne’s knitted jerseys shape & color in the past. ‘E’ tells you where you still see those jerseys which are described in sentence ‘B’. Further ‘EDA’ is in logical sequence.

      2. ACDB – ‘A’ seems to be the best opening line as it discusses situations and nature of violence being clearly defined. ‘A’ is followed by ‘C’ which talks about its exception. ‘C’ is followed by ‘D’ as ‘C’ talks about ‘mischance of the outsider being killed’ and ‘B’ further concluding it.

    • Correct answers are:
      1. CBEDA – C introduces the topic (Fishermen’s knitted jerseys). ‘C’ is followed by ‘B’ as it describes the Fishermne’s knitted jerseys shape & color in the past. ‘E’ tells you where you still see those jerseys which are described in sentence ‘B’. Further ‘EDA’ is in logical sequence.

      2. ACDB – ‘A’ seems to be the best opening line as it discusses situations and nature of violence being clearly defined. ‘A’ is followed by ‘C’ which talks about its exception. ‘C’ is followed by ‘D’ as ‘C’ talks about ‘mischance of the outsider being killed’ and ‘B’ further concluding it.

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