PTE ACADEMIC READING RE ORDER SAMPLE PRACTICE 10

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PTE ACADEMIC READING RE ORDER SAMPLE PRACTICE 10

A

1. The Great Chain of Being did not correspond with sense experience.
2. Here the work of Galileo is centrally important.
3. His observations of the skies with a telescope led him to conclude that the heavens could not be the perfectly ordered realm of the divine, for there were irregularities and imperfections (like comets, sun spots, and the irregular surface of the moon).
4. The really decisive challenge came from those who, in defence of Copernicuss suggestion, insisted that the very nature of science must change, that it must work from a different purpose and by different methods.

B
1. Bill Gates, Akio Morita, Sam Walton, and others brought this ability to the enterprises they founded.
2. Without it, their ventures might have been short-lived or at least far less successful.
3. A senior executive`s instinctive capacity to empathize with and gain insights from customers is the single most important skill he or she can use to direct technologies, product and service offerings, communication programmes, indeed, all elements of a company`s strategic posture.
4. Every successful business is built on superior senses–of timing, opportunity, responsibility, and, not infrequently, humour.
5. None, however, is more critical than the ability to sense the market.

PTE Academic Reading RE Order

C

1. Four of the species ate plants, and four others, called theropods, preyed on the plant eaters and other creatures.
2. All eight date to the Cretaceous period which lasted from 145 million to 60 million years ago.
3. No one has yet excavated a complete dinosaur skeleton from this site near Colville River or anywhere else in Alaska.
4. Most come from just the period lasting from 75 million to 70 million years ago, some five million years before the famous mass demise of the planet`s dinosaurs.
5. Nevertheless, paleontologists have been able to identify from partial skeletons, isolated bones, teeth and fossil footprints, eight types of dinosaurs that lived as contemporaries in the far north

D

1. Never stop thinking of ways to make your products better, but don’t get stuck trying to achieve perfection.
2. Release the product and, at the same time, continue to refine it.
3. I’m not suggesting that it is ever acceptable to deliver shoddy products.
4. The longer you hold out for perfection, the less likely you are to achieve it, and you’ll lose whatever competitive edge you may have.
5. The product that beats the competition is seldom the best, and it’s never perfect.

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