PTE Academic speaking read aloud passages 27

PTE Academic speaking read aloud passages

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

PTE Academic speaking read aloud | Business related samples

1.The Dow Jones Industrial Average  reports the average stock price of 30 large, publicly traded U.S. companies. It tends to reflect the state of the stock market as a whole. Though its name would lead you to believe the DJIA is made up of only industrial companies, the DJIA in fact contains stocks across many “industries,” not all of which are industrial. The businesses represented include financial, food, technology, retail, heavy equipment, oil, chemical, pharmaceutical, consumer goods, and entertainment.

2.A patent, in the most general sense, is a document issued by a government, conferring some special right or privilege. The term is now restricted mainly to patents for inventions and, occasionally, land patents.A patent is granted only upon receipt of a complete, regularly filed application and the appropriate fees, and upon determination that the invention is new, useful, and, in view of the prior art, unobvious to one skilled in the art. The disclosure must be of such nature as to enable others to reproduce the invention.

3.With all the advertisements for snazzy new cars and low monthly payments, it is becoming increasingly difficult to resist the siren call beckoning us to our local dealership. Without exploring the compulsions that underlie the American need for constant renewal, it is nonetheless apparent that we are a society that likes to drive newer cars. The average American trades cars every three to four years. Now that competition among manufacturers has intensified, many are offering a new enticement: the short-term lease.

PTE Academic speaking read aloud passages

4.Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States to the creators of “original works of authorship,” including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works. This protection is available to both published and unpublished works. The 1976 Copyright Act generally gives the owner of a copyright the exclusive right to do and to authorize others to do.

5.A trademark may be defined as a word, letter, device, or symbol, as well as any combination of these, that is used in connection with merchandise and that points distinctly to the origin of the goods.Certificates of registration of trademarks are issued under the seal of the Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered by the owner if he or she is engaged in interstate or foreign commerce. Federal jurisdiction over trademarks arises under the commerce clause of the Constitution

6.Bitcoin has become a hot, controversial topic, but what is it exactly and why is it getting so much attention? As of 2014, Bitcoin is the most popular form of digital currency. Bitcoin (Bitcoin with an uppercase “B”) is the system of how payments are made, while the lowercase bitcoin refers to the unit of online currency. Unlike traditional currency, Bitcoin is not regulated by a central organization.

PTE Academic speaking read aloud passages

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