PTE ACADEMIC SAMPLE REORDER PARAGRAPH QUESTIONS

PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT SAMPLE-7

PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT MODEL QUESTIONS

The summarize written text questions are a prominent part of the the PTE Academic writing module.It is an exercise that helps the candidate attain mastery over language.This mastery can be achieved through consistent practice and effort.Here is a model answer taken from a list pf PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT MODEL QUESTIONS. The answer is also given below to help aspirants understand what constitutes a model answer.For more PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT MODEL QUESTIONS go to www.practicepte.com/blog and www.pearson-pte.com

QUESTION:

For decades, space experts have worried that a speeding bit of orbital debris might one day smash a large spacecraft into hundreds of pieces and start a chain reaction, a slow cascade of collisions that would expand for centuries, spreading chaos through the heavens. In the last decade or so, as scientists came to agree that the number of objects in orbit had surpassed a critical mass or, in their terms, the critical spatial density, the point at which a chain reaction becomes inevitable they grew more anxious.

Early this year, after a half-century of growth, the federal list of detectable objects (four inches wide or larger) reached 10,000, including dead satellites, spent rocket stages, a camera, a hand tool and junkyards of whirling debris left over from chance explosions and destructive tests. So our billion dollars of satellites are at risk.

As space experts have worried that orbital debris might one day smash a large spacecraft into pieces and start a chain reaction, the scientist recently came to agree that the number of orbital debris had surpassed the critical spatial density, which will inevitably lead to a chain reaction that puts our billion dollars of satellites at risk.

ANSWER:

 Space experts are worried for decades about orbital debris that have surpassed the critical spatial density, may smash large spacecraft into pieces resulting in a cascade of collisions and creating risk for billion-dollar satellites.
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