PTE Reorder Paragraphs exam questions for practice. This type of question requires Reading skills. The text below placed in wrong order put them in the logical/original order.
PTE Reading Reorder Paragraphs Sample with Answers 15
#1 Rearrange in logical order-
A. Despite the crash of the unmanned X-51A Waverider last month, scientists from across the world are in series of experimental test flights racing to be the first to develop a propulsion system that will crack the secrets of sustained hypersonic flight.
B. So hypersonic travel may be the dream, but aircraft-like space access is the prize, “Ben Gallagher says.
C. Hypersonic (high supersonic) speeds are those greater than Mach 5, or 3500 mph.
D. This is about more than flying from London to Sydney in four hours, as the headline writers would have it.
E. Last month, more than 70 years since the dream of sustained hypersonic flight was first born out of Nazi designs for a manned bomber with as global reach, the US Air Force’s latest experimental hypersonic aircraft was lost during an attempt to maintain Mach 6 for merely five minutes.Show Answers
#2 Rearrange in logical order-
A. Having taught several of his older siblings, Richard knew his teacher had already formed a strong bond with his mother, Ruth Cissel.
B. Sharon Draper, an English teacher at a school in Cincinnati, USA was distressed when Eighth standard student Richard Cissel regularly neglected to do his homework.
C. He immediately started doing his homework.
D. Ruth explains, “He knew that if he didn’t, I was going to hear about it.”
E. Named America’s 1997 National Teacher of the year, Drapes, finally resorted to teasing, telling Richard, “If you don’t start doing your homework I’m coming to your house for dinner.”Show Answers
#3 Rearrange in logical order-
A. Dr. Williams explains that there are three particularly toxic issues that are linked to ill health: cynicism about others, frequent anger, and aggressive behaviour.
B. But the life-saving trick is to learn a few simple techniques to diffuse your hostility and step aside from enraging situations.
C. The instant you feel your gorge rising, says Williams, ask yourself, “Is this really important for me?”
D. What is wrong with the venting theory is that it is not a typical behavior in general that harms you but very specific acts and attitudes.
E. In a word hostility, when something does not suit you, your impulse is to find someone to blame, get mad and attack.Show Answers