PTE Real Repeated Questions – Fill in the blanks – Update 14

This update contains several new questions from the Fill in the blanks from the Reading Section, reported from very recent PTE exams. Our teachers have verified all questions and added correct responses to them. Practice these questions under time constraints to get the maximum benefit.

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Questions in free update: 4
Questions in members only full update: 23

Question 1

People have

coins for their bullion value for as long as coins have been minted. However, the collection of coins for their
value was a later development. Evidence from the archaeological and historical record of Ancient Rome and
Mesopotamia indicates that coins were collected and catalogued by scholars and state treasuries. It also seems probable that individual citizens
old, exotic or commemorative coins as an affordable, portable form of art. According to Suetonius in his De vita Caesarum, written in the first century CE, the emperor Augustus sometimes
old and exotic coins to friends and courtiers during festivals and other special occasions.
herded, presented, medium, artistic, collected, collection, medieval, hoarded

Question 2

A metal is

to be precious if it is rare. The discovery of new sources of ore or improvements in mining or
processes may cause the value of a precious metal to diminish. The status of a “precious” metal can also be
by high demand or market value. Precious metals in bulk form are known as bullion and are traded on
markets. Bullion metals may be cast into ingots or minted into coins. The defining attribute of bullion is that it is valued by its mass and purity rather than by a
value as money.
face, refining, decided, deemed, commodity, refinement, determined, facial, common

Question 3

Relief carving became common in 5th century BC Greece, and

most of the spectacular carved gems in the Western tradition were in relief, although the Sassanian and other traditions remained
to the intaglio form. Generally a relief image is more impressive than an intaglio one; in the earlier form the
of a document saw this in the impressed sealing wax, while in the later reliefs it was the owner of the seal who kept it for himself, probably marking the emergence of gems meant to be collected or worn as jewellery pendants in necklaces and the like, rather than used as seals – later ones are sometimes rather large to use to seal letters. However
are usually still in reverse so they only read correctly on impressions or by viewing from behind with transparent stones. This
also partly explains the collecting of impressions in plaster or wax from gems, which may be easier to appreciate than the original.
gradually, recipient, instructions, faithful, aspect, gradation, inscriptions, gracefully

Question 4

Porcelain originated in China, and it took a long time to reach the modern material. Until

times, almost all East Asian porcelain was of the hard-paste type. There is no precise date to separate the
of proto-porcelain from that of porcelain. Although proto-porcelain wares exist
from the Shang dynasty, by the time of the Eastern Han dynasty period, glazed ceramic wares had developed into porcelain, which Chinese defined as high-fired ware. By the late Sui dynasty and early Tang dynasty the
Western requirements of whiteness and translucency had been achieved, in types such as Ding ware. The wares were already
to the Islamic world, where they were highly prized.
recent, produce, exported, deriving, dating, relative, production, additional, expedited

More questions…

The Free update contains only few of the new questions. Full update contains all new released questions of this week.
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Full member only updates

Full update contains all new released questions of this week. Full update is only available to members of Super PTE. Members will receive all new questions in this update and many other benefits. Please sign up for a Super PTE package to get access to the full question bank and full weekly updates of real exam questions. You will also receive a 50 templates pack, original mock tests and a unique video course that will teach you the concepts you need to learn for a high score in PTE.

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