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

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For this item type, you need to listen to the recording and answer the multiple-choice question. There is more than one correct response.

PTE Listening MCQ

Which of the following conditions need to be met by parents who want to have their children educated at home?

a) They must provide lesson plans.

b) They must ensure their child plays a sport.

c) They must provide regular assessments.

d) They must provide book lists.

e) They must keep a record of attendance.

Answer: a) d)

b) is incorrect because the speaker says: … it must also be demonstrated that … they have adequate opportunities for physical education, but this does not mean they necessarily have to do a sport.

c) is incorrect because the speaker says: Furthermore, while there is no formal assessment, officers from the LEA will come and inspect what is being done and look at the child’s exercise books.

e) is incorrect because no mention is made of a record of attendance.

a) and d) are correct because the speaker says: Schedules, lesson plans and book lists must be shown, …

PTE Listening MCQ

According to the text, who were originally responsible for popularising rice in Europe?

a) the Chinese

b) the Greeks

c) the Spanish

d) the Indians

e) the Italians

f) the Arabs

Answer: c) f)

a) and d) are incorrect because there is no mention of China or India bringing rice to Europe.

b) is incorrect because the writer’s only mention of Greek is that the word rice … is derided from the Aramaic ourouzza and came to us by way of Greek and Arabic.

e) is incorrect because, although rice was grown in Italy, it was brought by the Spanish and not by Italians.

c) and f) are correct because the speaker says : … it was the Arabs who introduced rice to their Spanish territories in the 7th century, but it didn’t spread to the rest of Europe until much later when, in the 15th century, Spaniards began to cultivate their own short-grain variety at Pisa in Italy.


One Comment

  1. eng.ezzat_samir September 10, 2019 at 8:31 am - Reply

    1 (a,d) & 2 (c,f)

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