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
1. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
We’ve decided to adopt, just as a loose theme for the course, a biological theme so that you can see the ___________ between chemistry and biology and the things that you might consider doing in the future. We want you to think about the __________ that are relevant to your body, the processes that occur in your body, the chemistry that’s going on and how ________ plays a role. And we divided the course into four sections and after each section there will be a mid-term. The first one, or an exam. The first one is about ________.
connections, molecules, energy, matter
2. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
In February 2016, as infection moved rapidly through the range occupied by ___________ mosquitos in the Americas, WHO declared that Zika infection associated with microcephaly and other ___________ disorders constituted a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. By the start of February 2016, local ____________ of Zika infection had been reported from more than 20 countries and territories in the Americas and an __________ numbering thousands of cases was under way in Cabo Verde in western Africa.
Aedes, neurological, transmission, outbreak
3. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
Health education intervention programs are currently available to improve ____________ understanding of the importance of adopting certain __________ and physical activity behaviors and lifestyle choices. The aims of such programs are to improve health. The Coronary Health Improvement Project is a health education _________ that teaches people the importance of making better choices in _________, physical activity, and tobacco in order to prevent, arrest, and even reverse coronary heart disease.
cognitive dietary, intervention, nutrition