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Question 1

Read the text and answer the question by selecting all the correct responses. Only one response is correct.

In embarking on the fight for independence, America faced formidable obstacles. The Continental Congress did not have the authority to pass binding legislation or to impose taxes. The new nation had no army and no navy, and its population numbered only 2.5 million people, 20 percent of whom were slaves. Britain, by contrast, was a mighty power of 11 million people with the world’s best navy and a well-disciplined army. Fifty thousand troops were in North America in 1776, and Britain hired thirty thousand German soldiers to supplement its forces during the war. However, the American Revolutionaries were not deterred.

The main idea of the passage is?
A. America’s military forces were less experienced that Britain’s military.
B. America’s continental congress had limited authority.
C. As America was about to engage in its struggle for autonomy, it was faced with arduous barriers.
D. Britain was a great power population outnumbered that of America’s.

Question 2

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In the more progressive schools throughout the world, attempts are being made to synthesize subjects previously taught separately. Examples of this are efforts to combine reading with literature and history with geography. In North America and Western Europe, innovation such as team teaching, the use of more teachers’ aides or clerks, and the establishment of ungraded school have been tried. Most significant and pervasive, however, has been the widespread and growing acceptance of the principle that elementary education should focus on activity and experience as well as on subject matter.

Which of the following most accurately summarizes the opinion of the author in the text?
A. Schools have introduced teaching in “practical” subjects along with the theoretical ones.
B. It is necessary to provide school education in vocational or pre-vocational skills.
C. Experimentation and innovation in curriculum and teaching methods have taken place at the elementary and other levels.
D. Teaching of hand skills in the elementary school varies from nation to nation.

Question 3

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At one time, one could only trace one’s family ancestry by writing letters, visiting courthouses, and begging relatives for any crumb of information. However, today with the World Wide Web, the task has become much simpler. Much of the archived history of our lives and our ancestors’ lives is readily available online. In addition, there are specific software programs in existence that will walk you through the process of creating a family tree and take you to appropriate internet sites for record information. Another alternative is hiring someone or some company to do your tree for you. Depending on your dedication and time, a method is available for you. You might think about tracing your family roots. It is fun for many and will let you in on your families past. Even if you find a skeleton in the closet, maybe you could just ignore that twig of your family tree.

We may infer from the passage that…
A. When we trace our family’s history, we may find bad as well as good things.
B. Tracing our family tree is not worth the effort.
C. The records we must search in order to come up with a family tree have changed due to the World Wide Web.
D. Tracing one’s family tree is worthwhile for everyone.

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Full updates contain all new PTE real exam questions released this week. Full updates are available only to members of Super PTE. Members receive all new questions 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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