In continuation of the previous post regarding the important links for the SPEAKING part, we shall discuss and put some light on the WRITING part.
- For SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT – Click Here – Link 1, Link 2, Link 3, Link 4
- For ESSAY WRITING Click Here – Link 1, Link 2, Link 3
Furthermore we shall also be posting lots of summaries and essays in the coming posts.
Pls find below some important website links for (PTE) exam practice
- For REPEAT SENTENCES : Click Here Link 1, Link 2, Link 3,
- For READ ALOUD: Click Here
- For DESCRIBE IMAGES: Link 1, Link 2
- For RETELL LECTURE: Click Here Link 1, Link 2, Link 3, Link 4
- For ANSWER SHORT QUESTIONS: Link 1, Link 2, Link 3
- For PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE: Click Here
- For SPEAKING TEST PRACTICE: Click Here
- For LEARNING & SPEAKING new words Click Here
- This tool will help you to convert your speech into text Click Here
Tips for Read Aloud:
- We get around 7-8 questions in this section.
- Fluency carries maximum weight age so speak without any hesitancy.
- Be clear and confident. Speak with enthusiasm.
- Speak at a pace that is comfortable for you and try to sound as natural as possible. I feel if you try to impose a speed that is not comfortable to you, it may do more harm than good.
- Search for difficult words and pronounce it clearly in your mind before it starts recording.
- Fluctuation in the tone and stress for some words is important.
- Watch for plural words, don’t pronounce them wrongly.
- Use the given 35 seconds to read through the text and identify the difficult words with which you might struggle.
- Pay attention to flow of the sentences. Take care of the commas (,) colons(:) semicolons (;) inverted commas(“—–“) and give an appropriate pause and stress as and when required.
- While reading aloud, you should not speak in a flat tone. Just remember the way a radio Jockey or announcer speaks i.e. clearly and in a rhythm. The listener should feel that the information you are giving is interesting, and is able to understand easily. When there is a full stop, your voice should also fade away to make the listener feel that your sentence has ended.
- Try to read the sentence like a news reader with some intonation and purpose.
- Take care of inappropriate stress and incorrect pronunciation of some words.
- Before it starts recording, read the entire sentence once .
- Don’t speak too fast and too slow (record at an appropriate speed)
- Also do not speak loudly. Speak at a normal pitch. Firstly when you speak loudly the computer cannot understand. Secondly it will disturb the other candidates and in return they would also speak loudly, which will disturb you.
- Time for this section is more than sufficient.
- Start speaking as soon as the recording bar appears or when you listen to the beep. If you do not speak for 3 seconds during the process, the computer will stop recording your voice.
- Do not try to speak in foreign accent. Speak in a neutral accent i.e. in your natural way.
Dear Friends ,
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