PTE Reading Reorder Paragraphs Samples – In Reorder Paragraphs questions, the sentences are placed in random order and you are required to arrange the text in original order.
PTE Reading Reorder Paragraphs
1. Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that makes sense.
A) To get a head start, early the next morning the farmer started covering ground quickly because he wanted to get as much land as he could.
B) Late in the afternoon, he realized the condition he had to fulfill to get the land was to get back to the starting point by sundown.
C) Even though he was tired, he kept going all afternoon because he did not want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to gain more wealth.
D) There is a story about a wealthy who was once offered all the land he could walk on in a day, provided he comes back by sundown to the point where he started.
Answer – D – A – C – B
2. Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that makes sense.
A) The latter would imply a migration pattern in which their ancestors passed through South Asia to Australia without intermingling genetically with other populations along the way.
B) A 2009 genetic study in India found similarities among Indian archaic populations and Aboriginal people, indicating a Southern migration route, with expanding populations from Southeast Asia migrating to Indonesia and Australia.
C) Scholars had disagreed whether their closest kin outside Australia were certain South Asian groups or African groups.
D) The category “Aboriginal Australia” was coined by the British after they began colonizing Australia in 1788, to refer collectively to all people they found already inhabiting the continent, and later to the descendants of any of those people.
Answer – D – C – A – B
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