PTE Academic reading fill blanks practice sample 11

PTE Academic reading

PTE Academic reading fill the blanks

 

1.If the words “home brew” traditionally filled drinkers of a certain age with trepidation, then Sydney’s craft beer ……………. has turned that on its head.

Forget the stereotype of vinegary pale ales and exploding bottles. Thanks to an unofficial ……………..network that has sprung up around the burgeoning numbers of microbreweries, today’s ……………………skilled home brewers are getting the chance to test their wares on an appreciative public — and in some cases become tomorrow’s professionals.

Given the chance to shine by regular home-brew………………………. and festivals, increasing numbers are taking the opportunity to fly solo, rather than wait for a job at an established brewery. From Willie the Boatman in Tempe to the Badlands Brewery out at Orange, much of the “apprenticeships” involved were served concocting beers in sheds and basements.

Empire ,revolution ,partner, support, increasingly, competitions, established, accomplished

 

2.A NEW Scitech is likely to be …………………..in the Perth Cultural Centre in Northbridge, according to Premier Colin Barnett.

The Premier confirmed the State Government was …………….at a new site for Scitech in the Perth Cultural Centre during budget estimate hearings on Tuesday.

Mr Barnett said the science and ………………………centre would likely be built near the new state museum sometime in the “early 2020s”.

Scitech’s current lease at its West Perth location will expire in 2021.

In the lead up to the 2013 state election, the Liberal Party ………………………..plans to relocate Scitech to Burswood to be the part of a new entertainment precinct alongside the Perth Stadium.hose plans were scrapped in 2014.

Made, Build, grabbing , looking , technology , announced ,voted

 

3.THE budget for Queensland’s bikie gang fighters has been …………………..by a third as the State Government refuses to guarantee more resources.

Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls last night said the …………………….to Taskforce Maxima and the planned watering down of the VLAD laws meant Labor was sending officers on the street with “their hands tied behind their backs”.

The Bulletin had been told Maxima staff were concerned about transfers from the Coast and figures from the Opposition ………………..their fears. Maxima’s fulltime equivalent staff count dropped from 104 in 2014-15 to 95 in 2015-16.

Police Minister Bill Byrne would only say the FTE count for 2016-17 and 2017-18 would be subject to “operational requirements” and “the ………………..assessment of the threats, risk and harm posed” by bikies.

Slashed ,reduced, cutbacks ,dismantle, confirmed , constant ,remained

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  1. 1.Partner;support;increasingly;competitions.
    2.announced;grabbing;technology;looking.
    3.reduced;cutbacks;slashed;remained

    1. 1. revolution ,support, increasingly ,competitions ,
      2. build , looking ,technology ,announced
      3.reduced,cutbacks ,confirmed ,constant

    1. 1. revolution ,support, increasingly ,competitions ,
      2. build , looking ,technology ,announced
      3.reduced,cutbacks ,confirmed ,constant

    1. Answers
      1. revolution ,support, increasingly ,competitions ,
      2. build , looking ,technology ,announced
      3.reduced,cutbacks ,confirmed ,constant

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