PTE Exam Reading section Reorder Paragraphs real exam questions practice. This type of question requires Reading skills. The text below placed in wrong order put them in the original order.
#1 Rearrange in logical order-
A. Most ayurvedic medicines contain lead, arsenic, antimony and other similar elements.
B. A lot, say, experts, depend on the makes of the medicine and whether the ingredients used are as laid down in the ancient books.
C. But that cannot be taken to mean all such medicines are harmful.
D. Studies here and abroad have found that many herbal medicines are toxic and some are even poisonous.
E. India’s ancient herbal heritage consisting mainly of Ayurveda and Unani that had of late shown signs of a forceful comeback owing to the universal “back to nature trend”, has been forcing a tough time.
#2 Rearrange in logical order-
A. It all began on February 18, 1911, when first commercial civil aviation flight took place between Allahabad and Naini junction, a distance of six miles when Henri Piquet carried 6500 pieces of mail on a Humber biplane.
B. The next year, in December, Indian State Air Services, along with Imperial Airways of the U.K., began a London-Karachi-Delhi flight, it becomes the first international flight to and from India.
C. It’s sometimes hard to believe that India is one of the cradles of the world aviation, yet the fact is that we are well past the 100th year of civil aviation in our nation.
D. The achievements reveal an absorbing mix of some world firsts, pioneer flights, the arrival of women aviators and aero clubs, all a part of the fascinating world of man and the flying machine.
E. It quickly grabbed the spot of a world first in the process, as it is considered to be the world’s first airmail service.
#3 Rearrange in logical order-
A. It’s the same story in Estonia, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia, where hunters report that one of the warmest winters ever recorded has woken bears several months early.
B. According to climatologists in Scandinavia, Russia, Estonia, and Iceland, record or well above average temperature are being recorded across a great swathe of Scandinavia and northern Europe as balmy winds blow in the from the west.
C. The polar bears of the Arctic, where unusual extremes of temperature have become commonplace, are having to live with reductions in sea ice, which make it difficult to hun seals – a phenomenon, that expert say could lead to their extinction.
D. But the weather has been so mild this year that a black bear in St Petersburg Zoo has not gone to sleep at all, and a brown bear has already woken up believing it is spring.
E. Russian bears are meant to hibernate in winter and wake up in March.