PTE Reading writing fill blanks practice exercise 4

PTE Reading writing fill blanks practice exercise

PTE Reading writing fill blanks practice exercise.Below is text with blanks.From the boxes given below, choose the correct word for each blank to complete the text.

1.Cars became practical vehicles and millions of Americans started buying cars for luxury and Blank 1. Manufacturers competed to outreach each other in advancements in all aspects of automobile construction, and cars became more Blank 2, comfortable and easier to drive. Four wheel brakes and car radios were new changes introduced in the automobile industry. Henry Ford was able to reduce the cost of cars to a level that most people could afford to buy. Car factories employed thousands of workers and new industries sprang up to service the automobile. Henry Ford became one of the richest men of America and the steel industry also boomed. The process of standardized mass production led to economic Blank 3. The worker productivity rapidly increased. New industries such as petroleum and steel helped to create a host of new industries such as plastic and rayon production. In 1915, the total annual expenditure was $600 million, which grew to $2.5 billion in 1918. With increased worker productivity, workers earned higher wages and became better consumers and investors in the US stock market. A new cycle of Blank 4 started, which encouraged Americans to build up debt in order to buy consumer goods.
1.convenience, accessory, support, waste
2.deceptive, responsible, reliable, pliable
3.amplification,Stagnation, spread,expansion
4.merchandise, buyers, marketing, consumerism

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For many years before the Golden Gate Bridge was built, the only way to get across San Francisco Bay was by ferry, and by the early twentieth century, the Bay was Blank 1 with them. In the 1920s, engineer and bridge-builder Joseph Strauss became Blank 2 that a bridge should be constructed across the Golden Gate.
Many groups opposed him, each for their own Blank 3 reasons: the military, loggers, the railroads. The engineering challenge was also Blank 4 the Golden Gate Bridge area often has winds of up to 60 miles per hour, and strong ocean currents sweep through a rugged canyon below the surface. If all that weren’t enough, it was the middle of the Great Depression, funds were Blank 5 and the San Francisco Bay Bridge was already under construction. In spite of everything, Strauss persisted, and Golden Gate Bridge history began when San Francisco voters overwhelmingly approved $35 million in bonds to Blank 6 the Golden Gate Bridge.
1. clogged,cleared,filled,choked
2.satisfied, compelled, proved, convinced
3. selfish, Greedy, stingy, kind
4. vast ,gross,enormous ,big
5. enough, rare, scanty, scarce
6. elevate,create,organize,construct

3.

When Blank 1 began on the Eiffel Tower, 125 years ago, many Parisians were far from enamoured, describing it as a Blank 2 monstrosity that robbed the French capital of its beauty. But as the Paris marks the 125th anniversary of its construction – launched on January 26, 1887 – such reservations have long been forgotten. Built between 1887 and 1889 as the entrance arch for the Exposition Universelle – a world fair marking the centennial Blank 3 of the French Revolution – the tower was originally meant to stand for 20 years, after which time it was to be dismantled. However, the wrought iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars survived thanks to its communications Blank 4 and went on to become one of the world’s most popular monuments, Blank 5 millions of visitors each year. Nicknamed “la dame de fer” (the iron lady), the Eiffel Tower has inspired singers, poets, painters, and filmmakers, while miniature Eiffel Tower souvenirs sit in millions of Blank 6 around the globe.
1.trouble,work,assignment ,project ,task
2.useless, worthy, valuable, priceless, useful
3.jubilation , Ceremony, journal, celebration, competition
4.worth ,value,damage,loss,cost
5.inspiring,Alluring ,attracting ,distracting ,flailing
6.families, Locations, households, places, cities

PTE Reading writing fill blanks practice exercise

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ANS 1- 1- CONVENIENCE , 2- RELIABLE , 3- EXPANSION , 4- CONSUMERISM ANS 2- 1- CLOGGED , 2- CONVINCED , 3- SELFISH , 4- ENORMOUS , 5- SCARE , 6- CONSTRUCT ANS 3- 1- WORK , 2- USELESS , 3- CELEBRATION , 4- VALUE , 5- ATTRACTING , 6- HOUSEHOLDS

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    1. ANS 1- 1- CONVENIENCE , 2- RELIABLE , 3- EXPANSION , 4- CONSUMERISM ANS 2- 1- CLOGGED , 2- CONVINCED , 3- SELFISH , 4- ENORMOUS , 5- SCARE , 6- CONSTRUCT ANS 3- 1- WORK , 2- USELESS , 3- CELEBRATION , 4- VALUE , 5- ATTRACTING , 6- HOUSEHOLDS

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