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PTE Academic Speaking – Describe Image Practice Samples Part 3

Describe Image- PTE Speaking Skills: Most of the students find “describe image” to be difficult but they need to understand that students are not expected to explain the whole image in 40 secs. They can outline important points while keeping their speech natural and clear. Here are some practice sample questions with sample response with which you can telly after attempting yourself first.

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PTE ACADEMIC SPEAKING: Describe Image Practice Samples Part 3

The third part of speaking module in which the exam takers are required to speak for 40sec after the recording starts. Here are solved example to make students well verse when dealing with this section. Get to know how to deal when a line graph, bar graph, pie chart, process when comes in PTE exam:-

1. Look at the image below. In 25 seconds, please speak into the microphone and describe in detail what the image is showing. You will have 40 seconds to give your response.

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‘DESCRIBE IMAGE’ SAMPLE RESPONSE:

The bar and line graph, both shows sales of 9 individual spices in proportion to total sales. From the data, it is clear that saffron constitutes largest proportion of sale which stands at 29%. Ginger with 21% and Cumin with 17% bagged 2nd and 3rd highest sales. Also, saffron and ginger sales amount to 50% of the total. Mace is the least sold spice amounting to only 1% of total sales.

2. Look at the image below. In 25 seconds, please speak into the microphone and describe in detail what the image is showing. You will have 40 seconds to give your response.

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‘DESCRIBE IMAGE’ SAMPLE RESPONSE:

The bar graph depicts the total numbers of urban population in each country and the line graph shows the percentage of the population that is urban. From the 21 countries mentioned in the graph, 10 have over half of their populations residing in urban areas. Nauru has its 100% population in the urban area while Tokelau and Wallis and Futuna residents live in rural areas. Overall, we can see a rapid growth of urbanization in Pacific Island countries and territories.

3. Look at the image below. In 25 seconds, please speak into the microphone and describe in detail what the image is showing. You will have 40 seconds to give your response.

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‘DESCRIBE IMAGE’ SAMPLE RESPONSE:

The graph shows the earning distribution in Utopia by gender with respect to the number of people. From the given data, it is clear that there are the most number of men and women earning between 35k-39k $. There is also a healthy number of people who are earning in the lowest income group of 0-4k $ indicating unemployment and low-income rate. As the income of both men and women starts increasing from 40k to 85+k $, the number of people starts decreasing gradually. There are only handful of people who makes to the highest income group of 85000+($).

4. Look at the image below. In 25 seconds, please speak into the microphone and describe in detail what the image is showing. You will have 40 seconds to give your response.

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‘DESCRIBE IMAGE’ SAMPLE RESPONSE:

The image shows the number related to migration to and from the UK. The notable data is the year 1992 which recorded a negative migration. The number of immigrants moving to the UK has been constant since 2004. But the number of people leaving the country has dropped off significantly in the past couple of years hence there is an increase in net migration.

5. Look at the image below. In 25 seconds, please speak into the microphone and describe in detail what the image is showing. You will have 40 seconds to give your response.

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‘DESCRIBE IMAGE’ SAMPLE RESPONSE:

The image shows the distribution of population among the continents projected by United Nations from 2015 to 2100. A major growth is projected to be in Africa, approximately 270 percent while Europe is expected to decline in population. The continent which foresees 2nd major growth is Asia. To conclude, it is quite clear that more than 99% of world growth from 2015 to 2100 is expected to be among the lower income nations.

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