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PTE Academic speaking read aloud practice sample passages

PTE Academic speaking read aloud practice sample passages.Look at the text below. In 40 seconds, you must read this text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.

1.Adm. Yamamoto Isoroku, the commander in chief of Japan’s Combined Fleet, had planned the attack against the U.S. Pacific Fleet with great care. Once the U.S. fleet was out of action, the way for the unhindered Japanese conquest of all of Southeast Asia and the Indonesian Archipelago would be open. On November 26 a Japanese fleet, under Vice Adm. Nagumo Chuichi and including 6 aircraft carriers, 2 battleships, 3 cruisers, and 11 destroyers, sailed to a point some 275 miles north of Hawaii. From there, about 360 planes in total were launched.

2.Adolf Hitler led Germany throughout World War Two. Adolf Hitler killed himself on April 30th, 1945 – just days before Germany’s unconditional surrender. Berlin was about to fall to the Russians and defeat for Nazi Germany was obvious. Hitler had no intention of letting the Russians capture him and putting him on trial – hence his suicide. How did Adolf Hitler rise to such power in Germany – a power that was to see Germany devastated by May 1945 when World War Two ended in the west.

3.In 1911, the Italians attacked Libya in North Africa. Mussolini led demonstrations against this attack in Forli. He was arrested and sent to prison for five months. However, his action had got him noticed by socialist movements outside of Forli. He was rewarded with the job of editor of “Avanti” the socialist newspaper – an appointment he got in April 1912. Most of the contents in the paper he did himself. The popularity of the paper increased and his views reached many people and thus expanded his influence.

4.The number of types of weather-related events—hurricanes and tropical storms, wildfires, flood outlook areas, disaster declaration areas and winter storms—that the Census Bureau’s On the map for Emergency Management tool tracks. On The Map for Emergency Management provides reports on the workforce and population for current natural hazard and emergency related events.

PTE Academic speaking read aloud practice sample passages

5.A tsunami is a series of huge waves that happen after an undersea disturbance, such as an earthquake or volcano eruption. Tsunami is from the Japanese word for “harbor wave.”The waves travel in all directions from the area of disturbance, much like the ripples that happen after throwing a rock. The waves may travel in the open sea as fast as 450 miles per hour. As the big waves approach shallow waters along the coast they grow to a great height and smash into the shore. They can be as high as 100 feet. They can cause a lot of destruction on the shore.

6.Cinder cones are the simplest type of volcano. They are built from particles and blobs of congealed lava ejected from a single vent. As the gas-charged lava is blown violently into the air, it breaks into small fragments that solidify and fall as cinders around the vent to form a circular or oval cone. Most cinder cones have a bowl-shaped crater at the summit and rarely rise more than a thousand feet or so above their surroundings. Cinder cones are numerous in western North America as well as throughout other volcanic terrains of the world.

7.Cyclones, hurricanes, and typhoons are the same kind of tropical storm but are called by different names in different areas of the world. A tropical cyclone is the general term for violent circular winds with torrential rains that originate in the tropics. When they occur in the Atlantic Ocean, they are called hurricanes. In the Indian Ocean, they are called cyclones. In the Pacific Ocean, they are called typhoons.

8.Since ancient times droughts have had far-reaching effects on humankind by causing the failure of crops, decreasing natural vegetation, and depleting water supplies. Livestock and wildlife, as well as humans, die of thirst and famine; large land areas often suffer damage from dust storms or fire.Famines are extreme shortages of food that cause people to die of starvation.

PTE Academic speaking read aloud practice sample passages

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