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PTE Quiz – Listening – Multiple Choice Question (Multi Answers)

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PTE Listening MCQ

Which of the countries listed below continue to enforce punishments for failure to vote?

a) France

b) Bolivia

c) the UK

d) Australia

e) Austria

f) Greece

Answer: b d e

a) is incorrect because France is mentioned as a country where people who don’t vote are punished, not by law, but by having a government they didn’t elect raise their taxes.
c) is incorrect for the same reason.
f) is incorrect because the law is no longer acted on in Greece.
b) is correct because the speaker says: … in Bolivia, non-voters may be banned from using banks or schools for up to three months.
d) and e) are correct because the speaker says: In Austria, for example, failure to vote results in an automatic fine, as it does in Australia.

PTE Listening MCQ

Which of the following were the presses adapted for printing originally used for?

a) crushing beans

b) flattening out boards

c) pressing clothes

d) crushing seeds and herbs

e) pressing grapes

f) pressing olives for their oil

Answer: c d

a) is incorrect because no mention is made of beans.
b) is incorrect because flat boards were part of the press.
e) and f) are incorrect because the large presses used on olives and grapes were unsuitable for printing.
c) and d) are correct because the speaker says: … the common screw presses used for crushing oil seeds and herbs, or even for doing more domestic chores such as pressing fabrics, adapted for printing.



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