PTE Re-tell lecture tips by PTE GURUS

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The re-tell lecture comes under the speaking task during the PTE academic exam. This question prompt type will test your listening as well as speaking skills. Majority of students finds this task hard, as this test your overall speaking skills and promptness to answer this type.

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P T E R e - t e l l l e c t u r e T i p s -By PTE GURUS The re-tell lecture comes under the speaking task during the PTE academic exam. This question prompt type will test your listening as well as speaking skills. Majority of students finds this task hard as this test you’re overall speaking skills and promptness to answer this type. This also requires good listening skill and filter through the important points from the lecture. Re-tell Lecture task assessment: In this task after listening or watching the video re-tell the lecture in your own words. The audio length will be up to 90 seconds and you will get 40 seconds to answer in your own words. The 10 seconds time is given to prepare before the recorder starts recording your voice. You must speak for at least 38 seconds and complete your answer with key highlights from the lecture. Finish speaking before the progress bar reaches the end. The word “Recording” changes to “Completed’’.

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Score assessment for Re-tell lecture: The PTE academic will judge your response on how well you given the answer and covered all the key important points. The scores are based on three criteria: 1. Content 2. Oral Fluency Enabling Skills 3. Pronunciation Enabling Skills Content: In content it is determined whether you have covered key points and show relationships between things and include implications and conclusions. Try to include numbers dates or important point which speaker stress during the lecture. The best responses retell all the main points of the lecture and include possible developments conclusions or implications. Mentioning a few disjointed ideas will negatively affect your score. Source: Pearson Site. Oral Fluency: The Oral fluency is scored by determining if your rhythm phrasing and stress are smooth. The best responses are spoken at a constant and natural rate of speech with appropriate phrasing. Hesitations repetitions and false starts will negatively affect your score. This will also contribute to your Enabling skills. Source: Pearson Site. Pronunciation: According to Pearson Pronunciation is the judge on the basis of how well your speech is understood by the Native Speakers. The vowels and the stressing on the words should be at appropriate words. You will get a maximum of 5 points if your pronunciation is like native speakers. Now here it good more tips if you get more tips and achieve to good score 79+ in PTE Exam then visit a link and clear your doubts about re-tell lecture. https://www.ptegurus.com/blog/pte-re-tell-lecture-tips/

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