Category: Highlight Incorrect words

PTE listening highlight incorrect words practice exercise 5

PTE listening highlight incorrect words practice exercise PTE listening highlight incorrect words practice exercise.You will hear a recording.Below is the transcription of the recording.Some words in transcription differ from what the speaker said, Please choose the words that are different. 1. The pilot of the huge B-Fifty-two bomber plane pushes a button. From behind the […]

PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample 4

PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample  PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample.You will hear a recording.Below is the transcription of the recording .Some words in transcription differ from what the speaker said,Please choose the words that are different. 1. Transcript (choose the words which are incorrect) Since 1988, the World AIDS […]

PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample 3

PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample  PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample.You will hear a recording.Below is the transcription of the recording .Some words in transcription differ from what the speaker said,Please can choose the words that are different. 1, Transcript 1 English had barely established itself as a language in […]

PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample 2

PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample  PTE Academic listening highlight incorrect words practice sample.You will hear a recording.Below is the transcription of the recording .Some words in transcription differ from what the speaker said,Please choose the words that are different. 1. Transcript So far in our discussion of chemical equation we have assumed […]

PTE Academic listening Highlight incorrect words practice 1

PTE Academic listening Highlight incorrect words practice   1 Newspapers Canada has release a new fact sheet providing an overview of the top line results for Canadian adults age 18-34 who embrace technology to excess newspaper content, while still reading in print. Nine out of ten (87%) of these young adults read newspaper content in […]