PTE Prediction File February 2020

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PTE Prediction File February 2020

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PTE Prediction file February 2020 covers most repeated question in recent pte exam taken buy our students.

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1. Blue​​ (Most Repeated)

 

While blue is one of the most popular colors, it is one of the least appetizing. Food researchers say that when humans searched for food, they learned to avoid toxic or spoiled objects, which were often blue, black or purple. When food dyed blue is served to study subjects, they lose appetite.

 

2. Carbon Emission

 

When countries assess their annual carbon emissions, they count up their cars and power stations, but bush fires are not included – presumably because they are deemed to be events beyond human control. In Australia, Victoria alone sees several hundred thousand hectares burn each year; in both 2004 and more recently, the figure has been over 1 million hectares.

 

 

3. Tesla and Edison​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Tesla's theoretical work formed the basis of modern alternating current electric power systems. Thomas Edison promised him almost one million dollars in today's money to undertake motor and generator improvement. However, when Tesla, the ethical Serb, asked about the money, Edison’s reported reply was "Tesla, you don't understand our American humor." The pair became archrivals.

 

4. Productive Capacity

 

The core of the problem was the immense disparity between the country's productive capacity and the ability of people to consume. Great innovations in productive techniques during and after the war raised the output of industry beyond the purchasing capacity of U.S. farmers and wage earners.

 

5. Father​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Ever since I remembered, father woke up at five thirty every morning, made us all breakfast and read the newspaper. After that he would go to work. He worked as a writer. It was a long time before I realised he did this for a living.

 

6. Himalayas

 

Although it hails from a remote region of the western Himalayas. This plant now looks entirely at home on the banks of English rivers, and colonized river banks and damp woodlands. In the Himalayas the plants is held in check by various pests, but take these away and it grows and reproduces unhindered. Now it is spreading across Europe, New Zealand, Canada and the US.

 

7. Pluto​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Pluto lost its official status when the International Astronomical Union downsized the solar system from nine to eight planets. Although there had been passionate debate at the IAU General Assembly Meeting in Prague about the definition of a

 

planet, and whether Pluto met the specifications, the audience greeted the decision to exclude it with applause.

 

8. Fiscal Year

 

At the beginning of each fiscal year funds are allocated to each State account in accordance with the University’s financial plan. Funds are allocated to each account by object of expenditure. Account managers are responsible for ensuring that adequate funds are available in the appropriate object before initiating transactions to use the funds.

 

9. Lincoln​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Lincoln’s apparently radical change of mind about his war power to emancipate slaves was caused by the escalating scope of the war, which convinced him that any measure to weaken the Confederacy and strengthen the Union war effort was justifiable as a military necessity

 

10. Augustus

 

Augustus was given the powers of an absolute monarch, but he presented himself as the preserver of republican traditions. He treated the Senate, or state council, with great respect, and was made Consul year after year. He successfully reduced the political power of the army by retiring many soldiers, but giving them land or money to keep their loyalty.

 

11. Industrial Revolution​​ (Most Repeated)

 

As to the Industrial Revolution, one cannot dispute today the fact that it has succeeded in inaugurating in a number of countries a level of mass prosperity which was undreamt of in the days preceding the Industrial Revolution. But, on the immediate impact of Industrial Revolution, there were substantial divergences among writers.

 

12. Major Breeding Areas

 

Major breeding areas, and breeding islands, are shown as dark green areas or darts. Open darts shown nobreeding records on islands, and are also used for offshore sightings, that is from ships or boats. Other areas where species is not meant to be seen are plain pale green, with pale green hatching were records are usually sparse.

 

13. Diversity of Language​​ (Most Repeated)

 

The diversity of human language may be compared to the diversity of the natural world. Just as the demise of plant species reduces genetic diversity, and deprives humanity or potential medical and biological resources. So extinction of language takes with it a wealth of culture, art and knowledge.

 

14. Vanilla​​ (Most Repeated)

 

The uniquely scented flavour of vanilla is second only to chocolate in popularity on the world’s palate. It’s also the second most expensive spice after saffron. But highly labour intensive cultivation methods and the plant’s temperamental life cycle and propagation mean production on a global scale is struggling to keep up with the increasing demand for the product.

 

15. Private Equity

 

It isn’t rare for private equity houses to hire grads fresh out of business schools, but nine times out of ten, the students who nab these jobs are the ones who had private equity experience before even starting their MBA program.

 

 

16. No ordinary book

 

This book is no ordinary book, and should not be read through from beginning to end. It contains many different adventures, and the path you take will depend on the choices you make along the way. The success or failure of your mission will hinge on the decisions you make, so think carefully before choosing.

 

17. MBA

 

Exhilarating, exhausting and intense. There are just some of the words used to describe doing an MBA. Everyone’s experience of doing MBA is, of course, different through denying that it’s hard and a demanding work whichever course you do. MBA is one of the fastest growing areas of studying in the UK so that must be a sustainable benefit against form in one pain.

 

18. Shakespeare

 

A young man from a small provincial town -- a man without independent wealth, without powerful family connections and without a university education -- moves to London in the late 1580's and, in a remarkably short time, becomes the greatest playwright not of his age alone but of all time. How was this achievement of magnitude made? How does Shakespeare become Shakespeare?

 

19. Akimbo​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Akimbo, this must be one of the odder-looking words in the language and puzzles us in part because it doesn’t seem to have any relatives, What’s more, it is now virtually a fossil word, until recently almost invariably found in arms akimbo, a posture in which a person stands with hands on hips and elbows sharply bent outward, one signalling impatience or hostility.

 

20. Yellow​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Yellow is considered as the most optimistic color, yet surprisingly, people lose their tempers most often in yellow rooms and babies will cry more. The reason may be that yellow is the hardest color for eyes to take in, so it can be overpowering if overused.

 

21. Yellow Tulip/Square Root

 

How do we imagine the unimaginable? If we’re asked to think of an object - say, a yellow tulip – a picture immediately forms in our mind’s eye. But what if we try to imagine a concept such as the square root of negative number?

 

22. Modern buildings​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Modern buildings have to achieve certain performance requirements, at least to satisfy those of building codes, to provide a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment. However, these conditioned environments demand resources in energy and materials, which are both limited in supply, to build and operate.

 

 

Marijuana Another administration option is to bake marijuana at a relatively low temperature to kill any dangerous microorganisms and then allow that patient to eat it or drink it. Both of these methods of administration make smoking the drug unnecessary. However, criticism of medical marijuana has also been raised because as a natural plant, it cannot be patented and marketed by pharmaceutical companies and is unlikely to win widespread medical acceptance.

 

23. Brain Hemispheres

 

The brain is divided into two hemispheres, called the left and the right hemispheres. Each hemisphere provides a different set of functions, behaviors, and controls. The right hemisphere is often called the creative side of the brain, while the left hemisphere is the logical or analytic side of the brain. The right hemisphere controls the left side of the body, and the left hemisphere controls the right side.

 

24. Population Growth

 

How quickly is the world’s population growing? In the United States and other developed countries, the current growth rate is very low. In most developing countries, the human population is growing at a rate of 3 people per second.

 

Because of this bustling growth rate, the human population is well on its way to reaching 9 billion within lifetime.

 

25. Hazard Assessment

 

A Hazard Assessment should be performed for work involving distillations of organic liquids and should thoroughly address issues relating to residual water and possible decomposition of the solvent in question, as well as the physical placement of the distillation apparatus and heating equipment to be employed.

 

26. Bookkeepers

 

A national study into fraud by bookkeepers employed at small and medium-sized businesses has uncovered 65 instances of theft in more than five years, with more than $31 million stolen. Of the cases identified by the research, 56 involved women and nine instances involved men. However, male bookkeepers

 

who defrauded their employers stole three times, on average, the amount that women stole.

 

27. Domestic Work​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Traditional divisions of domestic work are understood to persist because of the strong association of the home with femininity and paid work with masculinity - to challenge who does what in the home is arguably equivalent to challenging what it is to be a woman or a man.

 

28. The Only Family

 

Imagine living all your life as the only family on your street. Then, one morning, you open the front door and discover houses all around you. You see neighbors tending their gardens and children walking to school. Where did all the people come from? What if the answer turned out to be that they had always been there—you just hadn’t seen them?

 

 

29. Elephant​​ (Most Repeated)

 

The elephant is the largest living land mammal. During evolution, its skeleton has greatly altered from the usual mammal, design for two main reasons. One is to cope with the great weight of huge grinding cheek teeth and elongated tusk teeth, making the skull particularly massive. The other is to support the enormous bulk of such a huge body.

 

30. The Most Measurable Benefit

 

Perhaps the most measurable benefit of the program has been the opportunity to meet in small groups. Something that is difficult to arrange such a desperate organization. Many officers would have to work together for thirty years but would not know other’s strengths and weaknesses.

 

31. Teenage Girls

 

Teenage girls are continuing to outperform boys in English while the gender gap in achievements in math and science has almost disappeared. The figures show that last year 80% of 14-year-old girls reached at least the expected level 5 in English, compared with 65% of boys. But in math, the girls are just 1% ahead of boys, while in science the difference is 2%.

 

32. Black Swan

 

Before the discovery of Australia, people in the old world were convinced that all swans were white, an unassailable belief as it seemed completely confirmed by empirical evidence. The sighting of the first black swan might have been an interesting surprise for a few ornithologists, but that is not where the significance of the story lies.

 

33. Important Values of Literature

 

Certainly one of the most important values of literature is that it nourishes our emotional lives. An effective literary work may seem to speak directly to us especially if we are ripe for it. The inner life that good writers reveal in their characters often gives us glimpses of some portion of ourselves. We can be moved to laugh, cry, tremble, dream, ponder, shriek, or rage with a character by simply turning the page instead of turning our lives upside down.

 

34. Internal Combustion Engine

 

Internal combustion engine enables the driver to decide which source of power is appropriate for the travel requirements of a given journey. Major US auto manufacturers are now developing feasible hybrid electric vehicles, and some are exploring fuel-cell technology for their electric cars.

 

 

35. Being Green

 

You used to think that being green was a luxury for your company, but climate change has made you realise that you can no longer ignore it. The buzz is about becoming carbon-neutral, but where do you start? Consider your drivers. Do you want to become carbon-neutral for marketing reasons, for financial reasons, or just to save the planet?

 

36. A World Without Light

 

Have you ever picture a world without light? Just think how much we rely on man-made light sources in our life. Without engineers, we wouldn't be able to live the way we do. No street lights, no TV, no computer displays, no house light. engineers design and build all these things.

 

37. Sustainable Agriculture

 

Since its inception, the UN system has been working to ensure adequate food for all through sustainable agriculture. The majority of the world’s poorest people live in rural areas of developing countries. They depend on agriculture and related activities for their livelihoods. This makes them particularly vulnerable to man-made and natural influences that reduce agricultural production.

 

38. Recycle​​ (Most Repeated)

 

When we recycle, used materials are converted into new products, reducing the need to consume natural resources. If used materials are not recycled, new products are made by extracting fresh, raw material from the Earth, through mining and forestry. Recycling helps conserve important raw materials and protects natural habitats for the future.

 

39. Language appeared from nowhere

 

It seems that language appeared from nowhere since no other species has anything resembling human language. However, other animals do possess basic systems for perceiving and producing sounds that enable them to communicate.

 

These systems may have been in place before the appearance of language.

 

40. Legal Writing​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Legal writing is usually less discursive than writing in other humanities subjects, and precision is more important than variety. Sentence structure should not be too complex; it is usually unnecessary to make extensive use of adjectives or adverbs, and consistency of terms is often required.

 

41. Semiconductor

 

The semiconductor industry has been able to improve the performance of electronic systems for more than four decades by making ever -smaller devices. However, this approach will soon encounter both scientific and technical limits, which is why the industry is exploring a number of alternative device technologies.

 

 

42. Two Sisters

 

Two sisters were at a dinner party when the conversation turned to upbringing. The elder sister started to say that her parents had been very strict and that she had been rather frightened of them. Her sister, younger by two years, interrupted in amazement. “What are you talking about?” she said, “Our parents were very lenient”.

 

43. Weakness​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Weakness in electronics, auto and gas station sales dragged down overall retail sales last month, but excluding those three categories, retailers enjoyed healthy increases across the board, according to government figures released Wednesday. Moreover, December sales numbers were also revised higher.

 

44. Japanese tea ceremony

 

The Japanese tea ceremony is a ritual tour influenced by Buddhism in which green tea is prepared and served to a small group of guests in a peaceful setting. The ceremony can take as long as four hours and there are many traditional gestures that both the server and the guest must perform.

 

45. Russia

 

Long isolated from Western Europe, Russia grew up without participating in the development like the Reformation that many Europeans taking pride in their unique culture, find dubious value. Russia is, as a result, the most unusual member of European family, if indeed it is European at all. The question is still open to debate, particularly among Russians themselves.

 

46. Marketing Management

 

For any marketing course that requires the development of a marketing plan, such as Marketing Management, Marketing Strategy and Principles of Marketing. This is the only planning handbook that guides students through step by step

 

creations of a customized marketing plan while offering commercial software to aid in the process.

 

47. 21st century

 

The beginning of the twenty-first century will be remembered, not for military conflicts or political events, but for a whole new age of globalization – a ‘flattening’ of the world. The explosion of advanced technologies now means that suddenly knowledge pools and resources have connected all over the planet, leveling the playing field as never before.

 

48. Orientalists​​ (Most Repeated)

 

 

Orientalists, like many other nineteenth-century thinkers, conceive of humanity either in large collective terms or in abstract generalities. Orientalists are neither interested in nor capable of discussing individuals; instead, artificial entities predominate. Similarly, the age-old distinction between “Europe” and “Asia” or​​ ​​ Occident” and “Orient” herds beneath very wide labels every possible variety of human plurality, reducing it in the process to one or two terminal collective realities.

 

49. Fast food

 

Hundreds of millions of people buy fast food every day without giving it much thought, unaware of the subtle and not so subtle ramifications of their purchases. They just grasp a hamburger and unwrap it and tossed the wrap into the bin. The whole experience is transitory and soon forgotten.

 

50. Australian English

 

Australians speak English of course. But for many tourists and even some locals, Australian English has only tenuous links with the mother tongue. Our speech is peppered with words and phrases whose arcane meanings are understood only by the native speaker. It is these colorful colloquialisms that Australian slang is yet to truly explain.

 

51. Statistical Information

 

The provision of accurate and authoritative statistical information strengthens modern societies. It provides a basis for decisions to be made on such things as where to open schools and hospitals, how much money to spend on welfare payments and even which football players to replace at half-time.

 

52. Electric Car

 

First-year university students have designed and built a ground breaking electric car that recharges itself. Fifty students from the University of Sydney‘s Faculty of Engineering spent five months working together bits of plywood, foam and fiberglass to build the concept car. They developed the specifications and hand built the car. It's a pretty radical design: a four-wheel drive with a motor in each wheel.

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53. Shrimp​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Shrimp farmers used to hold animals in nursery ponds for 30 to 60 days; now they try to move them into grow out ponds in less than 30 days. This reduces stress on the animals and dramatically increases survivals in the grow -out ponds. Many farms that abandoned nursery ponds have gone back to them, and the results have been surprisingly positive. They're using the old, uncovered, earthen, nursery ponds.

 

54. Environmental Policy Course

 

Along with customary classes on subjects such as finance, accounting, and marketing, today’s MBA students are enrolling on courses for environmental policy and stewardship. Indeed, more than half of business schools require a course in environmental sustainability or corporate social responsibility, according to a survey of 91 US business schools, published in October 2005.

 

 

55. Public Demand for Education

 

Public demand for education has remained strong, reflecting the importance of education as a means of social progress. Aware of the added value of education to the world of work, the government continues to innovate and update the education system in order to produce a qualified and competent workforce.

 

56. Business School Admissions

 

Business school admissions officers said the new drive to attract younger students was in part the result of a realization that they had inadvertently limited their applicant pool by requiring several years’ work experience. Talented students who might otherwise have gone to business school instead opted for a law or policy degree because they were intimidated by the expectation of work experience.

 

57. Online Shopping Environments

 

A unique characteristic of online shopping environments is that they allow vendors to create retail interfaces with highly interactive features. One desirable form of interactivity from a consumer perspective is the implementation of sophisticated tools to assist shoppers in their purchase decisions by customizing the electronic shopping environment to their individual preferences.

 

58. Grand Canyon​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Few things in the world produce such amazement as one’s first glimpse of the Grand Canyon; it took around more than 2 billion years to create this vast wonder in some places. 17 miles wide, largely through the relentless force of the Colorado River, which runs 277 miles along its length and a mile beneath its towering rims?

 



Repeat Sentence:

 

  • Much of the evidence been used has only recently become available.

 

  • Could you please pass the handouts along to the rest of people in your row.

 

  • Chapter one provides the historical background to the topic.

 

  • Children are not allowed in the tutorial room at any time.​​ (Most Repeated)​​ Children are not allowed in the chemical labs.

 

  • The study of archaeology requires extensive international fieldwork.

 

  • All lectures’ handouts are downloadable on the university website.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • I will be in my office every day from ten to twelve.

 

I will be in my office every day from 11 o'clock to 2 o'clock.

 

  • The US ranks 22nd in foreign aid, given as a percentage of GDP.

 

  • Once more under the pressure of economic necessity, practice out stripped theory.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Unfortunately, the two most interesting economic selection clash on my timetable.

 

  • The verdict depends on which side was more convicting to the jury.

 

  • The lecture on child psychology has been postponed until Friday.

 

  • Our university has strong partnerships with industries as well as collaborative relationships with government bodies.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • This part of session is not supported by documentation.

 

  • The first few sentences of an essay should capture the readers’ attention.

 

  • It is clear that there is little accurate documentation in support of this claim.

 

  • Our fundamental realities, especially national needs, have seen the ability to flourish.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • A renowned economist is selected to have a speech tonight at eight.

 

  • You need to read the chapter before the management class.

 

  • The competency in the language in the assignment is to use more formal words.

 

  • The trip for the professional training will start soon, so, pack the items before we leave.

  • Globalization has been an overwhelming urban and urbanization phenomenon.

 

  • Companies need to satisfy customers’ needs if they want to be successful.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • The clear evidence between brain events and behavioral events is fascinating.

 

  • The portfolio is due at the internal review office no later than Tuesday.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • I don’t understand that what the comment of my essay means at all.

 

  • You can pay by cash or using a credit card.

 

  • The seminar on writing has been canceled.

 

  • It is interesting to observe the development of the language skills of toddlers.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The key to success in the exam is to study hard and do well.

 

  • Company exists to make money, not to change world.

 

  • Many of the university’s original buildings are still in use.

 

  • We will see if we can get through this without too many interruptions.

 

  • In marketing, short-term thinking leads to many problems.

 

  • You must ensure you do not include too much irrelevant information.

 

  • What is the most effective way of interaction between teachers and students in class?​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • We didn't mean to ask him to do it because he cannot manage it.

 

  • Please sort and order the slides of the presentation according to topic and speech time.

 

  • The older equipment has been put at the back of the building.

 

  • We want to attract the very best students regardless of their financial circumstances.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • If you want to sell your book, it must have a list of bibliography.

 

  • We need to make sure the school principal know about the changes.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Please carefully study the framework and complete the survey.

 

  • In 1880, cycling became a phenomenon in the United States.

  • If you want to receive the reimbursement, you must submit the original receipts.

 

  • The bookstore is located on the main campus behind the library.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The author expressed an idea that modern readers definitely cannot accept.

 

  • Care needs to be taken for vulnerable groups in the times of infection.

 

  • This hypothesis on black hole is rendered moot as explanation of the explosion.

 

  • Don’t forget to hand in your assignment by next Tuesday.

 

  • Nearly half of television outputs are given a way for educational program.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • I could not save my work as my computer got crashed.

 

  • Arteries carry blood from heart to the other parts of the body.

 

  • The generic biology technology lab is located at the North Wing of the library.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • There is no noticeable variance between 2 and 3 tests.

 

  • We didn't have any noticeable variance between the two or three tasks.

 

  • Please remember to check your email for update in the weekend.

 

  • There are a range of housing options near the university.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Negative discourse continues to be predominant in discussion of gender.

 

  • Students are competing for every place in the computer courses.

 

  • Our school of Arts and Technology accept applications at all points throughout the year.

 

  • The university supply a number of travel scholarships that students can apply for.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • What distinguishes him from others is that he used black and white photography.

 

  • It is good for the environment also good for your electricity bill.

 

  • The chief industries are weaving, leather making, dyeing and working in iron and pottery.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The United States has the maximum production of chocolate.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • It's important that humans dispose of their waste in appropriate ways.

  • Students who wish to apply for an extension should approach their tutors.

 

  • The most modern agricultural equipment is now extremely expensive.

 

  • We are constantly looking for ways to bring industry and agriculture close together.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Higher fees make students think more critically about what universities can offer.

 

  • In this library, reserved collection books can be borrowed for up to three hours.

 

  • Please make sure all works follow the department guidelines.

 

  • The cafe will close soon but you can still use the snack machine which is running overnight.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The chief industries are weaving, leather making, dyeing and working in iron and pottery.

 

  • Proteins constitute at least thirty percent of the total mass of all living organism.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The current and conventional method has many disadvantages including the side effects.

 

  • The gap between the rich and the poor was not decreased rapidly as expected.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The professor will be the last speaker this evening.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • There is a limited amount of departmental funding which is available for qualified students.

 

  • This essay examined the use of computer in the science classroom.

 

  • Would you pass the material text book on the table?

 

  • The sports team members often practice on weekdays and play games on weekends.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • In English, the first letter of the months of the year are always capitalized.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • In my free time, I would like to read current affairs and newspapers.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • This small Indian state is a land of forests, valleys and snowy islands.

 

  • All students and staff have access to the printers and scanners.

 

  • Basketball was created in 1891 by a physician and a physical instructor.

 

  • Please pass the handouts along to the rest of the people in your row.

  • Even with the permit, finding a parking spot on campus is almost impossible.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • It is important to take gender into account when discussing the figures.

 

  • Meeting with mentors could be arranged for students who need additional help.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The portfolio is due at the internal review office no later than Tuesday.

 

  • In this library, the reserve collection of books can be borrowed for up to three hours.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The agricultural sector in that country is heavily subsidized.

 

  • The Psychology Department is looking for volunteers to be involved in research projects.

 

  • The real reason for global hunger is not the lack of food, but poverty.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • A demonstrated ability to write clear, correct and concise English is bigotry.

 

  • Newspapers across the country reported stories of the president.

 

  • Nearly half of the television outputs are given away for educational programs.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Student loans are now available for international students.

 

  • The lecture theatre one is located on the ground floor of the Pack Building.

 

  • The small Indian island is a land of forests, valleys and snowy islands.

 

  • All of our accommodation is within a walking distance to the academic buildings.

 

  • Since the problems we face are global, we need to find global solutions.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

 

 

  • If she doesn’t speak the language, she will not sit around and wait for a translator.

 

  • Hypothetically, insufficient mastery in these areas slows future progress.

 

  • Negative discourse continues to be predominant in discussions about gender.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • His objection to including scientific evidence has brought a lot of criticism to him.

 

  • I could not save my work as my computer crashed.​​ (Most Repeated)

  • This hypothesis on the black hole is rendered moot as the explanation for the explosion.

 

  • In marketing, short-term thinking leads to disasters.

 

  • Acupuncture is a technique involved in traditional Chinese medicine.

 

  • They have enough works to keep them going.

 

  • In consultation with your supervisor, your thesis is approved by the faculty committee.

 

  • Once more under the pressure of economic necessity, practice outstripped theory.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Applications for the course have a preference over English or Journalism.

 

  • In the 1880s, cycling became a major phenomenon in Europe.

 

  • Essays with few or no citations will be regarded as invalid.

 

  • The university has a number of scholarships that students can apply for.

 

  • In my free time, I would like to read current events and newspapers.

 

  • Children are not allowed to be in the lab at any time.

 

  • All old university buildings are still in use.

 

  • Our capacity to respond to national needs will determine our ability to flourish.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • It is argued that students can learn more in collaborative rather than individual tasks.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Every living thing begins as a single cell.

 

  • The rules on breaks and lunch hours vary from company to company.

 

  • My computer was crashed so I could not save my work.

 

  • The older equipment has been put at the back of the building.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The buildings lovely in the bright sunshine.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The modern approach to the problem is to stress the symbolic side of human nature

 

  • One of the salient characteristics in academic writing is the tendency to use formal words.

 

  • Of course, you can also choose to have your grades emailed to you.

 

  • Anonymous behaviors can be identified without intervention.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

  • To contact the education executive, you need to call 401.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • We didn't have any noticeable variance between the two or three tasks.

 

  • You can pay by using cash or a credit card.

 

  • I've got a tutorial in an hour and haven't had time to prepare for it.

 

  • She feared becoming an object of ridicule.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • We are so dependent on the computer that we cannot live without it.

 

  • Unfortunately, their immune systems were not strong enough to fight off common earthly bacteria.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Lots of students had their money and passport stolen especially at night.

 

 



Repeat Sentence

 

1.This small Indian state is a land of forest valleys and snowy islands.

 

  • The US ranks 20 seconds in foreign aid, given it as a percentage of GDP.

 

  • It's within that framework that we're making our survey.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • 39.5% of Californian residents don’t /do not speak English at home.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • A demonstrated ability to write clear, correct and concise English is bigotry.

 

  • All the assignments must be submitted by the end of this week.

 

  • To answer this complex question with a simple yes or no is absolutely impossible.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Basketball was created in 1891 by a physician and a physical instructor/ in physical structure. (Updated)

 

  • I will be in my office every day from eleven to twelve.

 

  • I would like cheese and tomato sandwiches on white bread with orange juice.

 

  • If you forgot your student number, you should contact Jenny Brice.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Meteorology is a detailed study of the earth’s atmosphere.

 

  • No more than four people can be in the lab at once.

 

  • The correlation/ clear evidence between brain events and behavioural events are always fascinating.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The glass is not the real solid, because it doesn’t have crystal structure.

 

  • The original Olympic Games were celebrated as religious festivals.

 

  • This is how we deliver health care to millions of people over the world.

 

  • The verdict depends on which side was more convicting to the jury.

 

  • Arteries carry oxygenated blood from heart to the other parts of the body. (Updated)​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • All students and staff have access to printers and scanners.

 

  • Knives and forks should be placed next to the spoon on the edge of the table.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The new timetable will be posted on the website before class starts.

 

​​ 

  • The seminar on writing skills has been cancelled.

 

  • We must hand in our assignments by the end of this week.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Hypothetically, insufficient mastery in the areas slows future progress.

 

  • His academic supervisor called in to see him last night

 

  • Our university has strong partnerships with industry as well as collaborative relationships with government bodies.

 

  • All of our accommodation is within a walking distance to the academic buildings.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Please do not bring food into the classroom

 

  • Don't forget to hand in your assignment by next Tuesday.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • We didn't have any noticeable variance between the two or three tasks.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • Anatomy is the study of internal and external body structures.

 

  • Those reference books are too old, while the others are okay.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Nearly half of the television outputs are given away for educational programs.

 

  • I don't understand what the comment of my essay is/means at all.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • We will study the following two pictures in the next lecture.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Students/Children can share their lunch at around noon.

 

  • We need to read the first five chapters to prepare for next week/ next week's tutorial/ before the next management class.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • To contact the education executive, you need to call 401.

 

  • The number of bankruptcy skyrocketed in the third quarter.

 

  • My laptop has crashed and cannot save any files.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The translator is not available in our department. /The interpreter is not available in our department.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The small Indian state is a land of forests, valleys and snowy islands.

 

  • His objection to including scientific evidence has brought a lot of criticism to him.​​ (Most Repeated)​​ Contemporary commentators dismissed his idea as eccentric.

 

  • My computer was crashed so I could not save my work.

 

  • The United States has developed a coffee culture in recent years.

 

  • The US ranks the 22nd in foreign aid, given as a percentage of GDP.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Vessels carry blood from the heart to other organs of the body.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • What distinguishes him from others is his dramatic use of black and white photography.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The gap between rich and poor is not decreasing as rapidly as expected

 

  • The student welfare officer can help students with different issues.

 

  • All of our accommodation is within a walking distance to the academic buildings.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • We are required to submit the assignment before Friday.

 

  • There will be an open book exam on Monday, the twenty-eighth.

 

  • You can find the student service center on level one of the Home Building.

 

  • Please do not bring food into the classroom.

 

  • Please make sure all works follow the department guidelines.

 

  • Environmental friendliness is a new category in which campuses are competing.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • To measure distance could take as much as three weeks.

 

  • I expect a long and stagnant debate for a week or two on this issue.

 

  • All students on engineering courses spent one year working on war experience.

 

  • Much of the evidence used has only recently become available.

 

  • Higher fees make students think more critically about what universities can offer.

 

  • History is not the simple collection of dates and events.

 

  • I will be in my office every day from 11 o’clock to 2 o’clock.

 

  • Your tutor is there for help, so do ask if you don’t understand anything.

 

  • You are required to submit the assignment before Friday.

 

  • I don’t understand what the comment on my essay means at all. Our fundamental realities, especially national needs, have seen the ability to flourish.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Our university has strong partnerships with industry as well as collaborative relationships with government bodies.

 

  • The United States has the maximum production of chocolate.

 

  • The current statistical evidence indicates the need for further research.

 

  • Anatomy is the study of internal and external body structures.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Those reference books are too old, while the others are OK.

 

  • You can only choose one subject from biology and chemistry.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The student service center is located on the main campus behind the library.

 

  • The timetable will be posted on the website before the class starts.

 

  • The program depends entirely on private funding.

 

  • I can give you a hand if you need help.

 

  • If you want to sell your book, it must have a bibliography.

 

  • It is now acknowledged that his work is ground breaking.

 

  • Since the problems we face are global, we need to find global solutions.

 

  • If she doesn’t speak the language, she will not sit around and wait for a translator.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Exam results will be available next week on the course website.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Hypothetically, insufficient mastery in these areas slows future progress.

 

  • Our school of Arts and Technology accepts applications at all points throughout the year.

 

  • There are a range of housing options near the university.

 

  • The new English class will start next Monday morning.

 

  • All sources of materials must be included in your bibliography.

 

  • Negative discourse continues to be predominant in discussions about gender.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • She told the faculty to be very supportive.

 

  • This lecture was meant to start at ten.

 

  • His objection to including scientific evidence has brought a lot of criticism to him.

 

  • Many undergraduate students go back home and stay with their parents after graduation.

 

  • The country’s economy is primarily based on tourism.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Students who wish to apply for an extension should approach their tutors.

 

  • The generic biology technology lab is located at the North Wing of the library.

 

  • The older equipment has been put at the back of the building.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • We want to attract the very best students regardless of their financial circumstances.

 

  • I will need to make sure the school principal knows about the changes.

 

  • We will need to make sure the school principal knows about the changes.

 

  • Make sure the Financial Director knows the full details of the Pay Agreement.

 

  • Expertise in particular areas distinguishes you from other graduates.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • We didn’t mean to ask him to do it because he cannot manage it.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • I could not save my work as my computer crashed.

 

  • In my free time, I would like to read current affairs and newspapers.

 

  • In English, the first letter of the months of the year are always capitalized.

 

  • This hypothesis on the black hole is rendered moot as the explanation for the explosion.

 

  • Most of the lectures begin promptly, so do not be late.

 

  • Your enrolment information, results and fees will be available online.

 

  • Students will not be given credits for assignments submitted after the due date.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Students should book a library tour in the first week of the first semester.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • More muscles are used in swimming than in other sports.

 

  • He is almost never in his office.

 

  • Please prepare a PowerPoint presentation for tomorrow’s meeting.

 

  • ​​ You must ensure you do not include too much irrelevant information.

 

  • It’s within that framework that we’re making our survey.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • It is interesting to observe the development of the language skills of toddlers.

 

  • In marketing, short-term thinking leads to many problems.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • In marketing, short-term thinking leads to disasters.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Children can share their lunch at school around noon.

 

  • You can pay by cash or using a credit card.

 

  • Don’t hesitate to email me if you have any questions.

 

  • The seminar on writing skills has been cancelled.

 

  • Companies are to earn money but not change society.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • I used to have milk and sugar for my coffee.

 

  • The politics combine both the legislative and the political authorities.

 

  • The cafeteria closes soon but the snack machine is accessible throughout the night.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Acupuncture is a technique involved in traditional Chinese medicine.

 

  • Today, we will be discussing the role of the government in preventing injustice.

 

  • Arteries carry blood from the heart to the other parts of the body.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • We didn’t have any noticeable variance between the two or three tasks.

 

  • The hypothesis needs to be tested in a more rigorous way.

 

  • Interpreters are not readily available in this department.

 

  • We would like a videotape for the lecture.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • You should enquire about the Direct Deposit.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Please explain what the author means by “sustainability.”

 

  • The sports team members often practice on weekdays and play games on weekends.

 

  • As a student union member, we can influence the change of the university.

 

  • It seems that language appeared from nowhere.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • ​​ A renowned economist is selected to have a speech tonight at eight.

 

  • You can change your courses on the website during the registration period.

 

  • I didn’t agree with the author’s argument, but his presentation was good.

 

  • Don’t forget to hand in your assignment by next Tuesday

 

  • They have enough works to keep them going.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The university welcomes postgraduate students from all over the world.

 

  • It is good for the environment, also good for your electricity bill.

 

  • The office opens on Wednesday and Thursday.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The university supply a number of scholarship for qualified students.

 

  • In consultation with your supervisor, your thesis is approved by the faculty committee.

 

  • Would you please put the materials on the table?​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Many health workers think that pensioners are too old to understand.

 

  • Please keep this medicine in the fridge.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • You should go to the reception to get your student card.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Once more under the pressure of economic necessity, practice outstripped theory.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • You can download all lecture handouts from the course website.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The gap between rich and poor is not decreasing rapidly as expected.

 

  • Eating too much can lead to many health problems.

 

  • Essays with few or no citations will raise the concern of the lecturers.

 

  • Students should take advantage of the online internet before attending the lecture.

 

  • Fishing is a sport and a means for surviving.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Please sort and order the slides of the presentation according to your topic and speech time.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • You need to read the chapter before the management class.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Applications for the course have a preference over English or Journalism.

 

  • In the 1880s, cycling became a major phenomenon in Europe.

 

  • Contemporary commentators dismissed his idea as eccentric.

 

  • ​​ Essays with few or no citations will be regarded as invalid.

 

  • The university has a number of scholarships that students can apply for.

 

  • In my free time, I would like to read current events and newspapers.

 

  • Children are not allowed to be in the lab at any time.

 

  • All old university buildings are still in use.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Our capacity to respond to national needs will determine our ability to flourish.

 

  • It is argued that students can learn more collaborating rather than as individuals.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Every living thing begins as a single cell.

 

  • The rules on breaks and lunch hours vary from company to company.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • My computer was crashed so I could not save my work.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • This is how we deliver health care to millions of people over the world.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • Much of the evidence been used has only recently become available.

 

  • Could you please pass the handouts along to the rest of people in your

 

row.

 

  • Chapter one provides the historical background to the topic.

 

  • Children are not allowed in the tutorial room at any time.

 

  • To receive the reimbursement, you must keep the original receipts.

 

  • Try to explain how your ideas are linked so that there is a logical flow.

 

  • We are delighted to have professor Robert to join our faculty.

 

  • We are not going to accept the assignment after the due date on Friday.

 

  • We must put great care when analysing data.

 

  • We would like a first draft of the assignment by Monday.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Would you prepare some PowerPoint slides with appropriate graphs?

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • You should include your name and identification number on the registration form.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • You should raise your concern with the head of school.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • ​​ A demonstrated ability to write clear, correct and concise English is bigotry.

 

  • Biographical information should be removed prior to the publication of the results.

 

  • Globalization has been an overwhelming urban and urbanization phenomenon.

 

  • I can’t attend the lecture because I have a doctor’s appointment.

 

  • Newspapers across the country reported stories of the president.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The first person in space was from the Soviet Union.

 

  • The verdict depends on which side was more convincing to the jury.

 

  • Unfortunately, the two most interesting economic electives clash on my time table.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • To answer such a complex question with a simple yes or no is absolutely impossible.

 

  • I would like tomatoes and cheese sandwiches on white bread and orange

 

juice.

 

  • Student loans are now available for international students.

 

  • The bookstore is located on the main campus behind the library.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The lecture theatre one is located on the ground floor of the Pack Building.

 

  • The professor will be the last speaker this evening.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The small Indian state is a land of forests, valleys and snowy islands.

 

  • The study of archaeology requires extensive international fieldwork.

 

  • The timetable for the next term will be available next week.

 

 



Repeat Sentence:

 

  • Much of the evidence been used has only recently become available.

 

  • Could you please pass the handouts along to the rest of people in your row.

 

  • Chapter one provides the historical background to the topic.

 

  • Children are not allowed in the tutorial room at any time.​​ (Most Repeated)​​ Children are not allowed in the chemical labs.

 

  • The study of archaeology requires extensive international fieldwork.

 

  • All lectures’ handouts are downloadable on the university website.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • I will be in my office every day from ten to twelve.

 

I will be in my office every day from 11 o'clock to 2 o'clock.

 

  • The US ranks 22nd in foreign aid, given as a percentage of GDP.

 

  • Once more under the pressure of economic necessity, practice out stripped theory.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Unfortunately, the two most interesting economic selection clash on my timetable.

 

  • The verdict depends on which side was more convicting to the jury.

 

  • The lecture on child psychology has been postponed until Friday.

 

  • Our university has strong partnerships with industries as well as collaborative relationships with government bodies.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • This part of session is not supported by documentation.

 

  • The first few sentences of an essay should capture the readers’ attention.

 

  • It is clear that there is little accurate documentation in support of this claim.

 

  • Our fundamental realities, especially national needs, have seen the ability to flourish.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • A renowned economist is selected to have a speech tonight at eight.

 

  • You need to read the chapter before the management class.

 

  • The competency in the language in the assignment is to use more formal words.

 

  • The trip for the professional training will start soon, so, pack the items before we leave.

  • Globalization has been an overwhelming urban and urbanization phenomenon.

 

  • Companies need to satisfy customers’ needs if they want to be successful.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • The clear evidence between brain events and behavioral events is fascinating.

 

  • The portfolio is due at the internal review office no later than Tuesday.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • I don’t understand that what the comment of my essay means at all.

 

  • You can pay by cash or using a credit card.

 

  • The seminar on writing has been canceled.

 

  • It is interesting to observe the development of the language skills of toddlers.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The key to success in the exam is to study hard and do well.

 

  • Company exists to make money, not to change world.

 

  • Many of the university’s original buildings are still in use.

 

  • We will see if we can get through this without too many interruptions.

 

  • In marketing, short-term thinking leads to many problems.

 

  • You must ensure you do not include too much irrelevant information.

 

  • What is the most effective way of interaction between teachers and students in class?​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • We didn't mean to ask him to do it because he cannot manage it.

 

  • Please sort and order the slides of the presentation according to topic and speech time.

 

  • The older equipment has been put at the back of the building.

 

  • We want to attract the very best students regardless of their financial circumstances.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • If you want to sell your book, it must have a list of bibliography.

 

  • We need to make sure the school principal know about the changes.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • Please carefully study the framework and complete the survey.

 

  • In 1880, cycling became a phenomenon in the United States.

  • If you want to receive the reimbursement, you must submit the original receipts.

 

  • The bookstore is located on the main campus behind the library.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The author expressed an idea that modern readers definitely cannot accept.

 

  • Care needs to be taken for vulnerable groups in the times of infection.

 

  • This hypothesis on black hole is rendered moot as explanation of the explosion.

 

  • Don’t forget to hand in your assignment by next Tuesday.

 

  • Nearly half of television outputs are given a way for educational program.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • I could not save my work as my computer got crashed.

 

  • Arteries carry blood from heart to the other parts of the body.

 

  • The generic biology technology lab is located at the North Wing of the library.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • There is no noticeable variance between 2 and 3 tests.

 

  • We didn't have any noticeable variance between the two or three tasks.

 

  • Please remember to check your email for update in the weekend.

 

  • There are a range of housing options near the university.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Negative discourse continues to be predominant in discussion of gender.

 

  • Students are competing for every place in the computer courses.

 

  • Our school of Arts and Technology accept applications at all points throughout the year.

 

  • The university supply a number of travel scholarships that students can apply for.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • What distinguishes him from others is that he used black and white photography.

 

  • It is good for the environment also good for your electricity bill.

 

  • The chief industries are weaving, leather making, dyeing and working in iron and pottery.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The United States has the maximum production of chocolate.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • It's important that humans dispose of their waste in appropriate ways.

  • Students who wish to apply for an extension should approach their tutors.

 

  • The most modern agricultural equipment is now extremely expensive.

 

  • We are constantly looking for ways to bring industry and agriculture close together.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Higher fees make students think more critically about what universities can offer.

 

  • In this library, reserved collection books can be borrowed for up to three hours.

 

  • Please make sure all works follow the department guidelines.

 

  • The cafe will close soon but you can still use the snack machine which is running overnight.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The chief industries are weaving, leather making, dyeing and working in iron and pottery.

 

  • Proteins constitute at least thirty percent of the total mass of all living organism.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The current and conventional method has many disadvantages including the side effects.

 

  • The gap between the rich and the poor was not decreased rapidly as expected.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The professor will be the last speaker this evening.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • There is a limited amount of departmental funding which is available for qualified students.

 

  • This essay examined the use of computer in the science classroom.

 

  • Would you pass the material text book on the table?

 

  • The sports team members often practice on weekdays and play games on weekends.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • In English, the first letter of the months of the year are always capitalized.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • In my free time, I would like to read current affairs and newspapers.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • This small Indian state is a land of forests, valleys and snowy islands.

 

  • All students and staff have access to the printers and scanners.

 

  • Basketball was created in 1891 by a physician and a physical instructor.

 

  • Please pass the handouts along to the rest of the people in your row.

  • Even with the permit, finding a parking spot on campus is almost impossible.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

  • It is important to take gender into account when discussing the figures.

 

  • Meeting with mentors could be arranged for students who need additional help.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The portfolio is due at the internal review office no later than Tuesday.

 

  • In this library, the reserve collection of books can be borrowed for up to three hours.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The agricultural sector in that country is heavily subsidized.

 

  • The Psychology Department is looking for volunteers to be involved in research projects.

 

  • The real reason for global hunger is not the lack of food, but poverty.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • A demonstrated ability to write clear, correct and concise English is bigotry.

 

  • Newspapers across the country reported stories of the president.

 

  • Nearly half of the television outputs are given away for educational programs.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Student loans are now available for international students.

 

  • The lecture theatre one is located on the ground floor of the Pack Building.

 

  • The small Indian island is a land of forests, valleys and snowy islands.

 

  • All of our accommodation is within a walking distance to the academic buildings.

 

  • Since the problems we face are global, we need to find global solutions.

 

(Most Repeated)

 

 

 

  • If she doesn’t speak the language, she will not sit around and wait for a translator.

 

  • Hypothetically, insufficient mastery in these areas slows future progress.

 

  • Negative discourse continues to be predominant in discussions about gender.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • His objection to including scientific evidence has brought a lot of criticism to him.

 

  • I could not save my work as my computer crashed.​​ (Most Repeated)

  • This hypothesis on the black hole is rendered moot as the explanation for the explosion.

 

  • In marketing, short-term thinking leads to disasters.

 

  • Acupuncture is a technique involved in traditional Chinese medicine.

 

  • They have enough works to keep them going.

 

  • In consultation with your supervisor, your thesis is approved by the faculty committee.

 

  • Once more under the pressure of economic necessity, practice outstripped theory.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Applications for the course have a preference over English or Journalism.

 

  • In the 1880s, cycling became a major phenomenon in Europe.

 

  • Essays with few or no citations will be regarded as invalid.

 

  • The university has a number of scholarships that students can apply for.

 

  • In my free time, I would like to read current events and newspapers.

 

  • Children are not allowed to be in the lab at any time.

 

  • All old university buildings are still in use.

 

  • Our capacity to respond to national needs will determine our ability to flourish.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • It is argued that students can learn more in collaborative rather than individual tasks.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Every living thing begins as a single cell.

 

  • The rules on breaks and lunch hours vary from company to company.

 

  • My computer was crashed so I could not save my work.

 

  • The older equipment has been put at the back of the building.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • The buildings lovely in the bright sunshine.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • The modern approach to the problem is to stress the symbolic side of human nature

 

  • One of the salient characteristics in academic writing is the tendency to use formal words.

 

  • Of course, you can also choose to have your grades emailed to you.

 

  • Anonymous behaviors can be identified without intervention.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

  • To contact the education executive, you need to call 401.​​ (Most

 

Repeated)

 

  • We didn't have any noticeable variance between the two or three tasks.

 

  • You can pay by using cash or a credit card.

 

  • I've got a tutorial in an hour and haven't had time to prepare for it.

 

  • She feared becoming an object of ridicule.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • We are so dependent on the computer that we cannot live without it.

 

  • Unfortunately, their immune systems were not strong enough to fight off common earthly bacteria.​​ (Most Repeated)

 

  • Lots of students had their money and passport stolen especially at night.

 

 



Retell lecture and sst:

 

​​ 1) BSI:​​ (Most Repeated)

 

With over 40 years of unrivalled experience and a worldwide reputation, BSI leads the way in testing and certification of fire safety products. Based on our dedicated labs in Hemel Hempstead, our team provides BSI kite mark and Cee testing and certification for a broad range of products, including fire extinguishers, hoses, alarm panels, and heat and smoke detectors. We help clients to gain access to the European market by ensuring that products meet all the CE mark requirements. And we are familiar with the market access regulations of most countries across the world, enabling customers to enter markets globally. The BSI kite market is categorized as a British super brand and acknowledged the world over as a symbol of trust, integrity, and quality. It provides the reassurance that vital product safety and performance requirements have been met. Our team subject each product to a rigorous set of tests along with robust production control audits designed specifically to ensure that they perform two required standards of safety and quality. We test for compatibility of fire detection and fire alarm system components to ensure that they're compatible and connectable. This service meets the growing requirement of European regulatory authorities to meet national installation guidelines. We also perform tests on individual detection components. Fire suppression products such as fire extinguishers are subjected to rigorous tests designed to ensure that they're effective, safe and capable of performing in environments and conditions in which they're stored and used. The symbols for BSI kite mark and C certification represent quality, safety, and trust. For specifiers, they demonstrate a commitment to best practice procurement. And for the public, they provide the reassurance that fire safety products are effective and reliable.

 

 

2) Church hill:​​ (Most Repeated)

 

The Right Honourable Sir Winston Leonard Spencer--Churchill, KG, OM, CH, FRS, PC (November 30, 1874 – January 24, 1965) was a British statesman, best known as prime minister of the United Kingdom during the Second World War. At various times a soldier, journalist, author, and politician, Churchill is generally regarded as one of the most important leaders in British and world history. Considered reactionary on some issues, such as granting independence to Britain's colonies and at times regarded as a self-promoter who changed political parties to further his career, it was his wartime leadership that earned him iconic status. Some of his peacetime decisions, such as restoring the Gold Standard in 1924, were disastrous as was his World War I decision to land troops on the Dardanelles. However, during 1940, when Britain alone opposed Hitler's Nazi Germany in the free world, his stirring speeches inspired, motivated, and uplifted a whole people during their darkest hour. Churchill saw himself as a champion of democracy against tyranny, and was profoundly aware of his own role and destiny. Indeed, he believed that God had placed him on earth to carry​​ out heroic deeds for the protection of Christian civilization and human progress. A providential understanding of history would concur with Churchill's self-understanding. Considered old--fashioned, even reactionary by some people today, he was actually a visionary whose dream was of a united world, beginning with a union of the English--speaking peoples, then​​ embracing all cultures. In his youth, he cut a dashing figure as a cavalry officer as seen in the 1972 film Young Winston (directed by Richard Attenborough), but the images of him that are the most widely remembered are as a rather overweight, determined, even pugnacious looking senior statesman as he is depicted to the right.

 

3) Linguistic Training:​​ (Most Repeated)

 

 

I think with our linguistic training we also get all this invisible training to be authorities, to be the people who know. It is part of that process that you come out as a world authority on your chosen subject. But when we move into working with communities, we have to recognise that the communities have to be the authority in their language.

 

Actually, a woman in the class I'm teaching at Sydney at the moment, a career woman, expressed this very nicely, although she was talking about something else, she was distinguishing expertise from authority. And certainly linguists, because of our training we do, have expertise in certain very narrow areas of language, but we don't have the authority over what to do with that knowledge or what to do with other knowledge that the community produces.

 

I guess for me the bottom line is languages are lost because of the dominance of one people over another. That's not rocket science, it's not hard to work that out. But then what that means is if in working with language revival we continue to hold the authority, we actually haven't done anything towards undoing how languages are lost in the first place, so in a sense the languages are still lost if the authority is still lost

 

4) The language of music:​​ (Most Repeated)

 

A painter hangs his or her finished pictures on a wall, and everyone can see it. A composer writes a work, but no one can hear it until it is performed. Professional singers and players have great responsibilities, for the composer is utterly dependent on them. A student of music needs as long and as arduous a training to become a performer as a medical student needs to become a doctor. Most training is concerned with technique, for musicians have to have the muscular proficiency of an athlete or a ballet dancer. Singers practice breathing every day, as their vocal chords would be inadequate without controlled muscular support. String players practice moving the fingers of the left hand up and down, while drawing the bow to and fro with the right arm-two entirely different movements. Singers and instruments have to be able to get every note perfectly7 in tune. Pianists are spared this particular anxiety, for the notes are already there, waiting for them, and it is the piano tuner's responsibility to tune the instrument for them. But they have their own difficulties; the hammers that hit the string have to be coaxed not to sound like percussion, and each overlapping tone has to sound clear.

 

This problem of getting clear texture is one that confronts student conductors: they have to learn to know every note of the music and how it should sound, and they have to aim at controlling these sound with fanatical but selfless authority.

Technique is of no use unless it is combined with musical knowledge and understanding. Great artists are those who are so thoroughly at home in the language of music that they can enjoy performing works written in any century.

 

5) Truth and rhetoric:​​ (Most Repeated)

 

But Aristotle says the reason we need rhetoric is, we have to be able to use it. To use rhetoric, influence the ramble, we try to get them to understand truth. Truth is “suggest”; is different than Rhetoric is the dressing, is the body, right? Truth is the spirit, is the soul, is abstract. It doesn’t have a body. It’s not particular. If you wanna get somebody to the truth, you might have to use some kind of tricks. Right? Because most of people are not sound and can see the truth. That’s what we think. Most people are rambles. Really. Only the educated be erudite are actually capable of seeing the truth. If you wanna get the general mass there, you may have to do a little bit. So Aristotle that is rhetoric. Rhetoric is something that is used to influence people. Right? And it’s a kind of mentally promised a logic. Rhetoric is important because it can help us to understand truth and influence morons. Some people can understand truth, because they are rational. But most people don’t. If you want to make people get into truth, you have to use tricks because truth itself is abstract. We can use rhetoric to help people understand truth. Truth is the spirit, the soul and is abstract, but rhetoric is the body, which is fundamentally based on logic.

 

 

6) Shakespeare:​​ (Most Repeated)

 

I've been asked to speak today about the purpose of museums and I think that's something we often take for granted, that we have museums and we need museums. But with so much information available now online, people have access to whatever it is they want to know so I think we need to consider carefully just what it is that we expect of our museums today. What makes them relevant in the information age.

 

Clearly, we've got to move beyond the early twentieth century concept of a warehouse full of old, remarkable, untouchable objects. This warehouse idea does very little to inspire people. What museum professionals need to do - what they should be doing, is make their collections and programs work towards the purpose of education. So whether that means having more hands-on exhibits, becoming involved with other community organisations, they should be doing whatever it takes to think about their visitors, to engage people, to educate them. And in that way, they can be instruments of social change. If they have knowledge and understanding of the people who visit, and the people they want to come and visit, they can take this as a starting point for providing exhibitions and services that are relevant to people's lives.

 

7) Mars and earth:​​ (Most Repeated)

 

Located at the NASA Research Center in Iowa is a 5,000-gallon vat of water, and inside the tank is an underwater treadmill designed by Dava Newman, an aerospace engineer. For four years Newman observed scuba divers as they simulated walking on the Moon and on Mars on her underwater moving belt. She wanted to discover how the gravity of the Moon and of Mars would affect human movement. To do this, Newman attached weights to the divers and then lowered them into the tank and onto the treadmill. These weights were carefully adjusted so that the di