# PTE Most Repeating Read Aloud – 2019 Latest 54
Look at the text below. In 40 seconds, you must read this text aloud as naturally and as clearly as possible. You have 40 seconds to read aloud.
328. Read Aloud
The Best Sales Approach, a must read an article written by Thomas Phelps on the National Association of Sales Professionals website, highlights the importance of integrity in sales. Thomas sees integrity as an approach because he has seen sales professionals try to be someone they are not.
329. Read Aloud
All this being said, even the finest manufacturing process is not worth much if the materials being processed are insufficient in quality. Good leather is indispensable to making a premium shoe. Our predecessors were well aware of this, as a look back at shoe history reveals.
330. Read Aloud
To create clouds on demand, Hanson did some homework and started experimenting in his studio. First, he wetted down the floor of his studio and sprayed a fine mist of water into the air of saturating it with vapor. He then bought in a smoke machine, like the ones used to make fog at a haunted house, which spit out tiny droplets of material on which the vapor could condense.
331. Read Aloud
The two assumptions are closely related, because inflation, the most popular explanation of our Big Bang, can create an infinite volume by stretching continuous space indefinitely. The theory of inflation has been spectacularly successful and is a leading contender for a Nobel Prize.
332. Read Aloud
Physics is all about predicting the future from the past, but inflation seems to sabotage this. When we try to predict the probability that something particular will happen, inflation always gives the same useless answer: infinity divided by infinity. Not only do we lack evidence for the infinite but we don’t need the infinite to do physics.
333. Read Aloud
Our best computer simulations, accurately describing everything from the formation of galaxies to tomorrow’s weather to the masses of elementary particles, use only finite computer resources by treating everything as finite. So if we can do without infinity to figure out what happens next, surely nature can, too – in a way that’s more deep and elegant.
334. Read Aloud
In the past century, infinity has become mathematically mainstream, and most physicists and mathematicians have turned out to be so enamored with infinity that they rarely question it. Why? Basically, because infinity is an extremely convenient approximation for which we haven’t discovered convenient alternatives.
335. Read Aloud
Your competitor might have just come out with an innovative new marketing campaign or a top-of-the-line product that’s unmatched, and this could be why your sales are currently suffering. You need to have your competition on your radar at all times, so you can react effectively and quickly.
336. Read Aloud
As a Director of Client Services, his main objective is to connect great people to great companies by building strong relationships with both top clients and candidates in the sales industry. He specializes in sales roles of all seniority levels for both enterprise and start-up clients North African wide.
337. Read Aloud
Droughts can be very dangerous for people living in areas with not enough food or water. Deaths can happen from lack of food and water, and there are lots of health problems too. When a region is very poor and doesn’t have enough food or water, arguments can happen over who should be able to access the goods, which can escalate into wars.
338. Read Aloud
Cheerful sunny yellow is an attention getter. While it is considered an optimistic color, people lose their tempers more often in yellow rooms, and babies will cry more. It is the most difficult color for the eye to take in, so it can be overpowering if overused. Yellow enhances concentration, hence its use for legal pads. It also speeds metabolism.
339. Read Aloud
Since Plato, philosophers have described the decision-making process as either rational or emotional: we carefully deliberate or we “blink” and go with our gut. But as scientists break open the mind’s black box with the latest tools of neuroscience, they’re discovering that this not how the mind works. Our best decisions are a finely tuned blend of both feeling and reason- and the precise mix depends on the situation.
340. Read Aloud
Moods may also have an effect on how information is processed, by influencing the extent to which judges rely on preexisting, internal information, or focus on new external information. Positive moods promote more holistic and top-down processing style, while negative moods recruit more stimulus-driven and bottom-up processing.
341. Read Aloud
The brain is divided into two hemispheres, called the left and right hemispheres. Each hemisphere provided a different set of functions, behaviors, and controls. The right hemisphere is often called the creative side of the brain, while the left hemisphere is the logical or analytical side of the brain.
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Introverts (or those of us with introverted tendencies) tend to recharge by spending time alone. They lose energy from being around people for long periods of time, particularly large crowds. Extroverts, on the other hand, gain energy from other people. Extroverts actually find their energy is sapped when they spend too much time alone. They recharge by being social.