PTE Academic reading fill blanks exercise 22

PTE Academic reading fill blanks exercise

PTE Academic reading fill blanks exercise.In the text below some words are missing.Fill the blanks from the words provided after the text.

Fill in the Blanks: Check for Logical Consistency, Verb forms and vocabulary usage

1.About 5,000 years ago an artist in Egypt …………… an apparent nativity scene onto the rocks of a small cave , a tableau similar to creche scenes that ……………. Jesus being born in a manager in a cave or barn. The Egyptian scene, the oldest one known, …………… two adults, a baby between them ascending, some animals and a dot above them and to the right, possibly ……………. a star in the east.

includes |  indicating | shows | suggesting | painted | depict | carved |

2.One of the most popular British ghost dog ………….. is said to have taken place in Bungay Market in Suffolk. It begins with a violent storm ………………. out on the morning of 1577, while the parishioners of a church were commemorating a Sunday service. Lit by flashes of fire, a black dog appeared in the church, running around and causing a great deal of ……………. among the people. The ghost dog ………………. the life of two men, who were kneeling at prayer, and caused severe burns on another one.

     emerging | breaking |  claimed | caused | story | horror | legends | panic

3.Since 1942, when the American Medical Association (AMA) ……………… concern about sweetened carbonated beverages, candy, and other foods rich in sugar but poor in ……………, soft-drink …………….. has increased about seven-fold , and overall sugar consumption has increased by one-third.“With all the focus on fat, we’ve forgotten about sugar. It’s time to rethink our national …………………. with sweets.

cited | expressed | infatuation | consumption | nutrients | carbs | usage | fascination 

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PTE Academic reading fill blanks exercise

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