PTE Reading

PTE Reading Test – Fill In The Blanks Exercise 3

PTE Reading Test
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There is a passage with some missing text. Choose the appropriate word from the list of given words. PTE Reading Fill in the Blanks assesses reading skills and requires test takers to use contextual and grammatical cues to complete a reading text by identifying the single correct answer for each blank. This PTE reading test helps you to score well in PTE Reading Fill In The Blanks section.

PTE Reading Test Fill In The Blanks

1. Read the text and choose words from the box to fill the gaps.

able, this, that, both, these, updated, full, best

In the third month, your baby may reach [1.] __________ milestones like lifting his head up to a 45-degree angle, batting at objects, visually recognizing his caregiver and giving you a social smile. As a three-month-old Roberto is [2.] __________ to lift his head up to a 45-degree angle and keep it there. His dad’s enthusiasm makes [3.] __________ work fun and worthwhile. The strength and Roberto’s neck and back muscles now allow him to enjoy simple games like pushing against his dad’s lap. Play allows [4.] __________ father and son the time to learn more about each other.

Check Answer – [1.] these [2.] able [3.] this [4.] both


2. Read the text and choose words from the box to fill the gaps.

invented, means, and, launched, with, designed, moving, maintained


Inspired by The Rocks’ colonial windmill era, Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) [1.] __________ ‘The Rocks Windmill’ in 2013, a striking large-scale temporary installation that acted as a functioning wheat-grind as well as a vibrant and intimate 40-seat venue. The Windmill played host to a month-long cultural event program [2.] __________ innovative project features, theatre and film screenings, visual arts and interactive installations, workshops and historical tours – all of which were [3.] __________ to entertain and educate visitors on The Rocks’ heritage [4.] __________ natural environment.


Check Answer – [1.] launched [2.] with [3.] designed [4.] and


3. Read the text and choose words from the box to fill the gaps.

encourage, growth, multiplication, arranged, proposed, starting , suppress, thinking


The success of satyagraha movements in Champaran, Kheda, and Ahmedabad, the bond gave a boost to the morale of the oppressed Indians. Threatened by the [1.] __________ of satyagraha, the British decided to exert more control over public activities. As a result, they [2.] __________ the Rowlett Act in 1919 named after its chairman Sir Sidney Rowlett. The Rowlett act was aimed to curb the political activities in the country. It equipped the courts with the part to detain political prisoners without trial for two years. Mahatma Gandhi opposed the Rowlett Act by [3.] __________ a peaceful satyagraha. He suggested a civil disobedience beginning with the hartal on 6th April 1919. It was followed by rallies, strikes by railway workers and closing down of shops. To sum it up the day-to-day work across the country was brought to a grinding halt. The British were threatened that this mass movement could break all lines of communications in the country. So they decided to [4.] __________ the Nationalists. As a result, several local leaders were arrested and Mahatma Gandhi was prohibited from entering Delhi.


Check Answer – [1.] growth [2.] proposed [3.] starting [4.] suppress


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