Here we are with some more practice questions with PTE Speaking Describe Image – Maps. Earlier we posted “Describe Image (Process)” and “Describe Image (Bar Graph)“. In actual PTE test, you get 6 or 7 describe image tasks of images including a map, diagram, process, graph, table or pie chart. So students are required to practice interpreting different types of image.
You have 25 seconds to look at the image and then you have only 40 seconds to give your response. Here is some PTE Speaking, “Describe Image (Maps)” for you to practice.
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PTE Speaking Describe Image – Maps (Sample Response)
DESCRIBE IMAGE – POPULATION DENSITY, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 2009
The given map illustrates Australia’s population density in June 2010. Australia has an uneven population distribution. In June 2010, 2/3rd of the population lived in capital cities. A quick glance reveals the vast Outback as sparsely populated and moderately high population densities in the eastern, southeastern, and southwestern reaches of the country.
DESCRIBE IMAGE – AN ISLAND
The two maps in the image show an island, before and after the construction of tourist. The island went through a significant change. A number of tourist facilities came into existence including a reception close to the center of the island, two rings of accommodations. The two lodgings are well-linked with footpaths and a track connects a restaurant with the reception and to a pier. Regardless of these constructions, the natural vegetation went untouched.
DESCRIBE IMAGE – THE CITY OF BRANDFIELD
The image given here is a map of a city with two potential locations (S1 and S2). A golf course and park occupy the west of the city, and a river passes through the city center. The location S2 is situated near the city center, it borders on an industrial estate. The location S1 near a housing estate. Both the sites are connected by a railway.
DESCRIBE IMAGE – GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH
This is a map illustrating the formation of “garbage patches” in the Pacific Ocean. The Eastern Patch is located to the south of Russia and east of Japan while the Western Patch is to the west coast of Canada, Mexico and the US. These are surrounded by the North Pacific Gyre currents. In conclusion, very few people are aware of this and hence the title “Out of sight, Out of mind”.