PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT EXAMPLE QUESTIONS

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PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT EXAMPLE 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 of PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT EXAMPLE QUESTIONS The answer is also given below to help aspirants understand what constitutes a model answer.For more PTE ACADEMIC SUMMARIZE WRITTEN TEXT EXAMPLE QUESTIONS  go to www.practicepte.com/blog and www.pearson-pte.com

QUESTION:

The idea of parallel universes once consigned to science fiction, is now becoming responsible among scientists – at least, among physicists, who have a tendency to push ideas to the limits of what is conceivable. In fact, there are almost too many other potential universes. Physicists have proposed several candidate forms of “multiverse”, each made possible by a different aspect of the laws of physics.

The trouble is, virtually by definition we probably cannot ever visit these other universes to confirm that they exist. So the question is, can we devise other ways to test for the existence of entire universes that we cannot see or touch? In at least some of these alternative universes, it has been suggested, we have doppelgangers living lives much like – perhaps almost identical too – our own.

That idea tickles our ego and awakens our fantasies, which is doubtless why the multiverse theories, however far-out they seem, enjoy so much popularity. We have embraced alternative universes in works of fiction ranging from Philip K Dick’s The Man in the High Castle to movies like Sliding Doors.

Indeed, there is nothing new about the idea of a multiverse, as a philosopher of religion. Mary-Jane Rubenstein explains in her 2014 book Worlds Without End. In the mid-16th century, Copernicus argued that the Earth is not the centre of the Universe. Several decades later, Galileo’s telescope showed him stars beyond measure: a glimpse of the vastness of the cosmos.

So at the end of the 16th century, the Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno speculated that the Universe might be infinite, populated by an infinite number of inhabited worlds.

ANSWER KEY:

The passage draws our attention to the question of the existence of multiverses, and further states that there is currently no way to test this idea, though in the past several writers, philosophers and scientists, have hinted at the same.

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