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    Welcome to your PTE TEST2

    Directions: Read the text and answer the multiple-choice question by selecting the correct response. Only one response is correct


    Submarine operators have been alerted to the dangers of sea snails inrecent study. an international research team says the hardy deep sea animals latch on to the submarines used by the scientists, potentially spreading disease in prinstine ecosystems. The limpet is a sea snail that lives 2000meters underwater but can also survive in air when a submarine emerges from the water. If it goes unnoticed, the limpet can find itself in another habitatthe next time the submarine is used. As 90 percent of limpets are infected by parsites, this poses a threat to the ecisyste; but thoroughly cleaning the submarines will solve the problem

    Question 1 of 15-What problem does the article mention in relation to sea snails?

    Directions: Read the text and answer the multiple-choice question by selecting the correct response. Only one response is correct


    The graphic design degree provides students with a nurturing environment for learning, developing aesthetic appreciation and design skills with an emphasis on media and marketing. Students have the chance to develop their style, while broadening their technical repertoire as designer. The academic staff are former working artists, theorists and designers who have beenn successful in achieving major awards, commissions and research grants. The facilities for the graphic design program includes spacious design studios, colour and monochrome darkrooms and photography studios. Students will develop skills at a professional working standard in a computer based programs that the design industry requires.

    Question 2 of 15-What does the graphic design degree offer students?

    Question 3 of 15-Directions: Read the text and answer the question by selecting all the correct responses. More than one response is correct.


    When the maori people first came to New Zealand, they brought the mullberry plant from which they made bark cloth. However, the mulberry did not flourish in the new climate so they found a substitute in the native flax. They used this for baskets, mats, and fishing nets and to make intricate fibre ceremonial cloaks. Maori identified almist 60 types of flax, and propagated flax nurseries and plantations to supply the integral material. They chopped the leaves near the base of the flax plant using a sharp mussel shell or shaped rocks. The flesh of the leaf was stripped off right down to the fibre which went through several processes of washing, bleaching, softening, dyeing and drying. Flax ropes and cords had such great strength that they were used to bind together sections of hollowed out logs to create huge ocean going canoes and to provide rigging sails and lengthy anchor wraps for them. It was also used for roofs for housing. The ends of the flax leaves were fanned out to make torches to provide light at night. for which of the following purposes does the passage say the maori used flax?

     

    Question 4 of 15-Directions: Read the text and answer the question by selecting all the correct responses. More than one response is correct.


    The Neue National Gallery in Berlin was designed by Mies Van Der. Built in 1968, it is a jump from the traditional museum concept of a closed building with exhibition rooms. instead it is an open plan , flexible space. With only two steel columns on each side, the corners are free, giving the building a lightweight look. The gallery was the fisrst building completed as a part of a cluster of building dedicated to culture and the fine arts. It is often said that the building is a work of art in itself. The unusual natural illumination in the building coming from around and below the viewer out of their usual way ofseeing and encouraging view to bring a fresh eye to the art. The upper level is ainly used for special exibits , for example, large scale sculptures or paintings. The vast lower level has space for themed shows and contains shops, a cafe, and the museums permanent collection, which ranges from early modern art to art of the 1960s. The podium roof plaza is an open air gallery for public sculpture. On request, guests may enter the garden to see figurative and abstract sculptures on display there. Special exhibits are attended by specially trained very personable staff, who field questions, explain the exhibits and enthusiasts about their favorite works. What does the passagesay can be found at the Neue National Gallery in Berlin?

     

    Question 5 of 15-Directions: The text boxes in the left panel have been placed in a random order. Restore the original order by dragging the text boxes from the left panel to the right panel


    1: It is important to register for sessions with the industry professionals as numbers are limited.

    2: The conference is the part of the career center’s campaign, which has been designed to assist final year students transitioning out of university and getting their career’s off to a good start.

    3: Students will be able to speak with industry professionals and graduates who had the benefit of the assistance last year.

    4: The university will host its second annual Arts and Commerce Career Readiness Conference on campus next month.

     

    Question 6 of 15-Directions: The text boxes in the left panel have been placed in a random order. Restore the original order by dragging the text boxes from the left panel to the right panel.


    1. Urban planners must consider these threats and work to allay them.

    2. Historically, in Europe and many other parts of the world, settlements were built on higher ground for the purposes of defence and to be close to fresh water resources.

    3. If he dangers are only specific areas then they can make the affected regions into parkland or a green belt, often providing the added advantage of open space.

    4. Cities have often spread down from these locations onto coastal plains, putting them at risk of floods and storm surges.

     

    Question 7 of 15-Directions: In the text below, some words are missing. Drag words from the box below to the appropriate place in the text. To undo an answer choice, drag the word back to the box below the text.


    The practice of giving graduation gifts seems to be alive and well, despite



    economic times. A recent study inUS shown that while families may no have as much to spend, they are being more



    in the gifts they bestow. Lavish celebrations and large lump



    seem to have gone by the wayside in favour of smaller, more thoghtful gifts.
    BLANK: generous hard creative money sums favourable

     

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