[Unsolved] PTE Practice Test 22- 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 Academic Reading Reorder Paragraphs

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

[A].  For the artists, it is an entry to the big world.

[B]. “These are like reminders of great conversations over good food–almost akin to buying a souvenir on a holiday,” says A.D. Singh, owner of Olive, a restaurant in Mumbai.

[C]. Put up a painting on the walls, a sculpture or anything interesting and it pushes up the hip factor.

[D]. Restaurants are not just about great food anymore–also crucial is a fresh concept.

[E]. Plus, the restaurateurs insist, their patrons are more likely to pick up a buy in the eatery than in a gallery.

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

[A]. All levels of demand, whether individual, aggregate, local, national or international are subject to change.

[B]. At the same time, science and technology add new dimensions to products, their uses, and the methods used to market them.

[C]. Aggregate demand fluctuates with changes in the level of business activity, GNP and national income.

[D]. The demand of individuals tends to vary with changing needs or rising income.

 

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  • [A]. All levels of demand, whether individual, aggregate, local, national or international are subject to change.

    This is the best opening sentences because it is introducing different levels of demands (subject): Individual, aggregate, local… and their (subject’s) tendency to change.

    [D]. The demand of individuals tends to vary with changing needs or rising income.

    This sentence explains why demands of individuals (first subject introduced in the sentence) change. The answer is with “rising income”.

    [C]. Aggregate demand fluctuates with changes in the level of business activity, GNP and national income.

    This sentence is highly likely to follow “B” because “Aggregate income” fluctuates with changes in “national income” which is the “individual income”.

    [B]. At the same time, science and technology add new dimensions to products, their uses, and the methods used to market them.

    This is concluding statement with the mention of the market.

  • In the second Q, don’t you think, B is hanging in the end with not much connection to the overall paragraph ?

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