PTE Academic writing summarize written text practice sample exercise 61

PTE Academic writing summarize written text practice sample exercise

 PTE Academic writing summarize written text practice sample exercise.Read the passages below and summarize them using one sentence in not more than 75 words. Type your response in the comment section at the bottom of the screen. You have 10 minutes to finish each passage. Your response will be judged on the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the key points in the passage.

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In the last decade of his life, Einstein dedicated himself to the cause of nuclear disarmament. “The war is won,” he said in December 1945, “but the peace is not.” The development of the atomic bomb and the subsequent arms race between the United States and the Soviet Union ushered in a new conflict: the Cold War. Einstein feared this battle would end with the destruction of civilization.

But Einstein never gave up his fight for peace. In the years between 1945 and 1955, Einstein was at his most active politically, frequently speaking and writing about his desire for peace through international cooperation and elimination of all nuclear weapons. Einstein was not alone in promoting these ideas—quite a number of leading scientists of the time shared his views—but international fame made Einstein one of the most effective representatives of the cause. Yet even Einstein could not reverse the political tide: The Cold War lasted for more than four decades.

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2.In December 2015, the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP21/CMP1) convened in Paris, France, and adopted the Paris Agreement, a universal agreement whose aim is to keep a global temperature rise for this century well below 2 degrees Celsius and to drive efforts to limit the temperature increase even further to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.

In the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Member States express their commitment to protect the planet from degradation and take urgent action on climate change. The Agenda also identifies, in its paragraph 14, climate change as “one of the greatest challenges of our time” and worries about “its adverse impacts undermine the ability of all countries to achieve sustainable development. Increases in global temperature, sea level rise, ocean acidification and other climate change impacts are seriously affecting coastal areas and low-lying coastal countries, including many least developed countries and Small Island developing States. The survival of many societies, and of the biological support systems of the planet, is at risk”.

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  1. 1. Even though Einstein invented the nuclear bomb, in the last decade of his life he dedicated himself to cause of nuclear disarmament.

    2. In order to protect the planet from degradation and to take urgent action on climate change, The 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties convened in Paris, France, adopted the Paris Agreement, a universal agreement to keep a global temperature well below 2 degree.

  2. Einstein dedicated himself to the cause of nuclear disarmament between 1945 to 1955 with active politically, frequently write and speak about it, thus, the cold war lasted for more than 4 decades.

  3. 1.The last ten years of Einstein life, he dedicated for a cause to eradicate thorough nuclear weapons and global cooperation in order to bring peace in the globe by writing and speaking his goal for harmony.

    2.Paris agreement has been adopted by France and Paris in the 21st conference session of the parties COP21/CMP1 to ensure reduction of global temperature significantly as well as 2030 agenda unleash promising attributes to protect our planet.

  4. Due to the fear that cold war would destroy the civilization, Einstein fought for serenity in the world during 1945 and 1955, by being “politically active” with speaking and writing for peace through international cooperation, yet the cold war lasted long enough, ensuring to dictate the fights by scientists especially Enstein himself accrued by his fame.

    Also one question – Does it have to one sentence – within 75 words, no split of sentence ?

  5. Although total sweep off of civilization observable, Einstein’s never given up, his efforts made him most efficient in bringing up the concerns of world peace and nuclear weapons, but the race “Cold Ward” lasted too long.

    Conference of the Parties (COP21/CMP1), an agreement focuses setup parameters for global temperature in current century where Sustainable Development Members found committed, also highlighted major concern of Climate Change and its adverse nature affecting survival and ecological balance.

  6. Please correct
    1)Einstein was worried about the use of atomic bomb in world war that may lead destruction of civilization ,cause he dedicated himself for nuclear disarmament with the help of international cooperation but he he could not succeed and war lasted in 4 decades.

  7. 2)In the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP21/CMP1) held in 2015 universal agreement adopted to to keep the global temperature rise for this century below 2 degrees Celsius by taking urgent action as well as sea level rise, ocean acidification and other climate change impacts are seriously affecting coastal areas and low-lying coastal countries, including many least developed countries and Small Island developing States .

  8. 2)In the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP21/CMP1) held in 2015 universal agreement adopted to to keep the global temperature rise for this century below 2 degrees Celsius by taking urgent action as well as discussion about sea level rise, ocean acidification and other climate change impacts are seriously affecting coastal areas and low-lying coastal countries, including many least developed countries and Small Island developing States .

  9. According to Einstein the war is won but not the peace and he feared that the cold war between United States and Soviet Union on the development of atomic bomb would destruct the civilization, but he was trying to eliminate nuclear weapons along with other leading scientists, more over international fame helped him to represent the cause but could not reverse the Cold War which lasted for more than four decades.

  10. The survival of many society and biological support system of the planet are at risk because of the climate change and increase in global temperature so a universal agreement, to limit the temperature to 1.5 degree Celsius, is adopted.

  11. 2) In the 21st session of COP held in Paris, agreed to maintain the temperature
    levels to little more than pre-industrial temperature levels and the agenda of its member states
    by 2030, were planing to limit the climate changes which is most challenging agenda for them
    to skip the adverse effects on earth.

  12. Einstein dedicated last ten years of his life in promoting peace because of his fear of extinction of human species due to nuclear weapons, but he was not able to prevent the arms race between the USA and the Soviet Union; even though, he was the most qualified representatives of this cause.

  13. The France adopted Paris agreement, aimed to keep global warming below 2 degree Celsius above pre-industrial levels, and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in which the members expressed their commitment to protecting and take urgent action, was focused on the adverse impact of global warming.

  14. Einstein dedicated the last ten years of his life to promote world peace through international
    cooperation and nuclear disarmament and he regularly wrote and spoke about this cause, however
    his efforts did not yield much results as the cold war continued for more than four decades.

  15. 2)In December 2015 the Paris Agreement was signed with a aim to contain the rise in global
    temperature as it is a major challenge of our time, adversely impacting all countries and
    putting the survival of many societies and biological support systems of the planet at grave danger.

  16. Einstein dedicated last ten years of his life to maintain peace in the world as an activist and promoted demolition of nuclear weapons, however, his efforts were not enough to end the cold war between the nations which was lasted for more than 40 years.

  17. Climate change such as rise in temperature and sea level are the major threat for the planet especially for the costal and developing countries, therefore member countries agreed on the Paris Agreement to take measures in order to control the century temperature rise below 2 degree Celsius.

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