PTE Speaking Describe Image – For all the PTE learners, describe image can be the biggest challenge. However, good strategies and up-to-date information can help you ace this section and get a high score in this speaking skill. Here we are providing you with most recent practice material for describe image along with sample response. Keep practicing until you master “PTE Speaking Describe Image”.

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ALSO PRACTICE: MODEL ANSWER – BAR GRAPH

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PTE Speaking Describe Image Latest Questions [Solved]

DESCRIBE IMAGE #1- OLYMPIC MEDALS WON IN 12 COUNTRIES

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The bar chart here describes tally of Olympic medals won by 12 countries. The USA has won a total of 2300 Olympic medals approx and Japan has the least number of Olympic medals with less than 400 medals. Italy is ahead of Germany on golds, but Germany did better on other medals. Along with these 2, only 4 other countries – the USA, Soviet Union, the UK, France have won more than 500 Olympic medals. Overall, the USA is the most medal-winning country at the Olympic Games.

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DESCRIBE IMAGE #2 – SOLAR POWER PROCESS DIAGRAM

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The diagram shows the process of producing electricity in a home using solar panels. There are 6 distinct steps in this process, beginning with the capture of energy from sunlight. A charge controller regulates the flow of PV electricity into the batteries. This current is passed to a battery system, which changes it to DC current or/and to an inverter, which changes it to AC current. To sum up, it describes how domestic electricity is produced using solar power.

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DESCRIBE IMAGE #3 – INTERNET ACTIVITIES BY AGE GROUP

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The given table gives information on internet use in six categories by seven age groups, ranging from teens to people in their 70s. As shown in the data sheet, teens primarily play games at 81% and read news at 76% while older people often search and buy products. Overall, most internet usage, for all age groups, were reported in the ‘getting the news’ and ‘researching a product’ categories.

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DESCRIBE IMAGE #4 – WEATHER FORECASTING

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The given diagram shows how the weather information is collected for accurate weather forecasting. The information collected via satellites, radars and drifting buoys are sent for analysis before broadcasting them to the public. The raw data collected is observed from the satellite photo, the radar screens and the synoptic charts are fed into a computer system to analyse and prepare the weather news for broadcasting via televisions, radios and telephones.

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DESCRIBE IMAGE #5 – CUSTOMER SERVICE PIE CHART

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The given pie charts compare the percentage of customer service response in the years 2005 and 2010. In 2005, only 5% of the people considered the customer service to be excellent, while 14% rated it as good. In 2010, these numbers increased dramatically to 28% and 39%. Overall, the trend suggests that there was a significant improvement in customer services in 2010 compared to 2005.

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3 Comments

  1. please help me with the study material for summarize written text and describe images which have already been appeared in the exam or most repeated in actual exam.

  2. Hello dear team, I have few more exam questions to share. Where to do that and how can i contribute more and in response get more help from other people as well?

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