PTE Speaking practice test 5 real exam practice

PTE Speaking practice test 5 real exam practice

PTE Speaking practice test 5 real exam practice

Read Aloud

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.

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Blue glasses was covered by a white bandage, and that another covered his ears, leaving not a scrap of his face exposed excepting only his pink, peaked nose. It was bright, pink, and shiny just as it had been at first. He wore a dark-brown velvet jacket with a high, black, linen-lined collar turned up about his neck. The thick black hair, escaping as it could below and between the cross bandages, projected in curious tails and horns, giving him the strangest appearance conceivable.

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Mr. Perth did not remove the serviette but remained to hold it, as she saw now, with a brown gloved hand, and regarding her with his inscrutable blue glasses. “Leave the hat,” he said, speaking very distinctly through the white cloth. Her nerves began to recover from the shock they had received. She placed that hat on the chair again by the fire. “I didn’t know, sir,” she began, “that -” and she stopped embarrassed.

READ ALOUD REAL EXAM EXAMPLES PRACTICE 38

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“I’ll have them nicely dried, sir, at once,” she said and carried his clothes out of the room. She glanced at his white-swathed head and blue goggles again as she was going out of the door, but his napkin was still in front of his face. She shivered a little as she closed the door behind her, and her face was eloquent of her surprise and perplexity. “I never,” she whispered. “There!” She went quite softly to the kitchen and was too preoccupied to ask Millie what she was messing about with now when she got there.

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“The poor soul’s had an accident or an operation or something,” said Mrs. Hall. “What a turn them bandages did give me, to be sure!” She put on some more coal, unfolded the clothes-horse, and extended the traveller’s coat upon this. “And they goggles! Why he looked more like a divine helmet than a human man!” She hung his muffler on a corner of the horse. “And holding that handkerchief over his mouth all the time. Talkin’ through it! Perhaps his mouth was hurt too – maybe.”

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When Mrs. Hall went to clear away the stranger’s lunch, her idea that his mouth must also have been cut or disfigured in the accident she supposed him to have suffered, was confirmed, for he was smoking a pipe, and all the time that she was in the room he never loosened the silk muffler he had wrapped around the lower part of his face to put the mouthpiece to his lips. Yet it was not forgetfulness, for she saw he glanced at it as it smoldered.

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Mr. Gillar sat in the corner with his back to the window-blind and spoke now, having eaten and drunk and being comfortably warmed through, with less aggressive brevity than before. The reflection of the fire lent a kind of red animation to his big spectacles they had lacked hitherto. “I have some luggage,” he said, “at Bramblehurst station,” and he asked her how he could have it sent. He bowed his bandaged head quite.


Repeat Sentence

In this task, you will hear a short sentence of approx. 8 to 14 words. You have to repeat these sentences as it is once the recording time starts. You have to speak it fluently, with proper pronunciation. This task hasn’t any preparation time. So, you have to speak immediately as you hear the sentence. Moreover, You can listen to the sentence only once. But, Here are some Repeat sentences for practice purpose. Also, the answers of these Repeat sentences are given below these audio clips. 

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Most repeated PTE 100 repeat sentence audio with answer


Describe Image(1-5)

Look at the image below. In 25 seconds, speak into the microphone and describe in the detail what the graph is showing. You will have 40 seconds to give your response.

PTE describe image Bar graph examples with answers

 


Re-tell lecture

You will hear a lecture. Please retell the lecture when it says recording. You will have 40 seconds to give your response.

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PTE Writing practice test 1 real exam practice

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