PTE Real Questions – Reading Multiple Choice Multiple Answers – Update 63

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Question 1

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In Southwest France in the 1940’s, playing children discovered Lascaux Grotto, a series of narrow cave chambers that contain huge prehistoric paintings of animals. Many of these beasts are as large as 16 feet (almost 5 meters). Some follow each other in solemn parades, but others swirl about, sideways and upside down. The animals are bulls, wild horses, reindeer, bison, and mammoths outlined with charcoal and painted mostly in reds, yellow, and browns. Scientific analysis reveals that the colors were derived from ocher and other iron oxides ground into a fine powder. Methods of applying color varied: some colors were brushed or smeared on rock surfaces and others were blown or sprayed. It is possible that tubes made from animal bones were used for spraying because hollow bones, some stained with pigment, have been found nearby.

What are the bones found in the Lascaux caves believed to indicate?
A. The subjects the artists painted various.
B. Artists painted pictures on both walls and bones.
C. Artists ground them into a fine powder to make paint.
D. Artists developed special techniques for painting the walls.

Question 2

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Hills and mountains are often regarded as the epitome of permanence, successfully resisting the destructive forces of nature, but in fact they tend to be relatively short-lived in geological terms. As a general rule, the higher a mountain is, the more recently it was formed; for example, the high mountains of the Himalayas are only about 50 million years old. Lower mountains tend to be older, and are often the eroded relics of much higher mountain chains. About 400 million years ago, when the present-day continents of North America and Europe were joined, the Caledonian mountain chain was the same size as the modern Himalayas. Today, however, the relics of the Caledonian orogeny (mountain-building period) exist as the comparatively low mountains of Greenland, the northern Appalachians in the United States, the Scottish Highlands, and the Norwegian coastal plateau.

Which of the following can be inferred from the paragraph about the mountains of the Himalayas?
A. Their current height is not an indication of their age.
B. At present, they are much higher than the mountains of the Caledonian range.
C. They did not exist 400 million years ago.
D. They are not as high as the Caledonian mountains were 400 million years ago.

Question 3

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Psychological researchers generally recognize that facial expressions reflect emotional states. In fact, various emotional states give rise to certain patterns of electrical activity in the facial muscles and in the brain. The facial-feedback hypothesis argues, however, that the causal relationship between emotions and facial expressions can also work in the opposite direction. According to this hypothesis, signals from the facial muscles (“feedback”) are sent back to emotion centers of the brain, and so a person’s facial expression can influence that person’s emotional state. Consider Darwin’s words: “The free expression by outward signs of an emotion intensifies it. On the other hand, the repression, as far as possible, of all outward signs softens our emotions.” Can smiling give rise to feelings of good will, for example, and frowning to anger?

According to the passage, what did Darwin believe would happen to human emotions that were not expressed?
A. They would become less intense.
B. They would last longer than usual.
C. They would cause problems later.
D. They would soften our emotions.

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The Free update contains only a few of the new questions. Full update contains all new PTE real exam questions released this week. Full update is only available to members of Super PTE. Members will receive all new questions in this update and many other benefits. Please sign up for a Super PTE package to get access to the full question bank and full weekly updates of real exam questions. You will also receive a 50 templates pack, original mock tests and a unique video course that will teach you the concepts you need to learn for a high score in PTE.

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