19th century PTE reading and writing fill blanks 18

19th century PTE reading and writing fill blanks 18

19th century PTE reading and writing fill blanks 18

Below is a text with blanks. For an each blank, there is a list of choices. Select the appropriate answer choice for each blank.

In real-life …………………….. we are often faced with alternatives that seem so equivalent that choice is …………………… difficult. Under such circumstances our final selection may feel like an …………………………. choice, although in fact there may be implicit influences acting outside conscious control that bias us toward selecting one alternative over another. The observation that people can make correct choices while believing that they are selecting randomly has a……………….. history in experimental psychology. Studies dating from the 19th century have ………………………. found that participants can make ………………….. perceptual discrimination judgments with above chance accuracy despite claims that they are simply guessing.

A) places

situations

conditions

states

cases

B) abundantly

thoroughly

extremely

consistently

distinctly

C) erratic

random

distinct

haphazard

arbitrary

D) long

extended

lasting

extensive

boring

e) variously

irregularly

orderly

consistently

harmoniously

f) rough

subtle

narrow

elusive

rugged

Answer :-

A) situations

B) extremely

C) arbitrary

D) long

e) consistently

f) subtle


2.) Milwaukee’s founding fathers had a ………………… for the city: they knew it was …………………… situated as a port city, a center for collecting and distributing produce. Many of the new immigrants who were ………………… into the new state of Wisconsin during the middle of the 19th century were wheat farmers. By 1860, Wisconsin was the second ranked wheat growing state in the country and Milwaukee ……………… more wheat than any place in the world. Rail roads were needed to transport all this grain from the wheat fields of Wisconsin to Milwaukee’s harbor. ……………………….. in railways at the time made this possible. Milwaukee did ……………………. its place as the commercial capital of Wisconsin and an important market in the Midwest.

 

A) thought

feeling

vision

sight

sense

B) rightly

perfectly

basically

excellently

flawlessly

C) getting

pouring

diving

running

drizzling

D) made

shipped

turned

imported

bought

E) expanding

readiness

improvements

boosting

correction

F) improve

distorted

thickened

fossilized

solidify

Answer :-

A) vision

B) perfectly

C) pouring

D) shipped

E) improvements

F) solidify


Ancient discovered PTE reading and writing fill blanks 17

Exploring the world reading PTE fill blanks 35

cave spacious galleries reading fill in the blanks 27

pretty sure fill in the blanks PTE listening exercise 10

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