Fill in the blanks – In this type of questions, you will hear a recording and after listening, type missing words in each gap. This item type will test your listening and writing skills.
PTE Academic Listening – Fill In The Blanks
31. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
In 2005, Victoria introduced the offence of ‘defensive homicide’. More recently, in 2010, Queensland introduced a defence titled ‘killing for __________ in an abusive domestic relationship’. If successful these approaches result in a __________ of defensive homicide and manslaughter respectively. While defensive homicide has been explored in a number of cases in Victoria; the Queensland defence has only been considered on a few ________ to date.
preservation, conviction, occasions
32. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
The integration of heterogeneous data from various sources is an important issue in the geographic information science domain. In such practical problems as data ________, spatial database updating, and change detection, it plays a significant role not only in the derivation of combined __________ information but also in the extraction of differences among data. To update information, for instance, the latest data are _________ into an existing database and a large-scale database is compared with the small-scale database using map generalization.
33. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
Ever since the ___________ elective share replaced dower and curtesy, courts have been trying to expand the property subject to the spouse’s elective share. The courts have used a number of __________ for their attempts to accomplish this. In a previous article, the author offered an interpretation of the proper use of public policy by courts when a statute on the subject has been _________ by the legislature. This article applies that test to attempts by courts to expand the elective share to will substitutes and finds such attempts to be an _________ use of public policy by courts.