The PTE (Pearson Test of English) Speaking section is one of the four main sections of the PTE Academic exam, which is a computer-based English language proficiency test widely used for academic and immigration purposes. The PTE Speaking section assesses your ability to communicate effectively in spoken English.

The PTE Speaking section consists of several tasks:

  1. Personal Introduction: You’ll be asked to introduce yourself based on the prompts provided on the screen. This task is not scored and serves as an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the speaking interface.

  2. Read Aloud: You’ll be presented with a text on the screen, and you’ll need to read it aloud. This task assesses your pronunciation, fluency, and oral reading skills.

  3. Repeat Sentence: You’ll listen to a sentence and then repeat it exactly as you heard it. This task evaluates your ability to understand and reproduce spoken English accurately.

  4. Describe Image: You’ll be presented with an image (such as a graph, chart, diagram, or picture), and you’ll need to describe it in detail. This task assesses your ability to describe visual information and use appropriate vocabulary and language structures.

  5. Re-tell Lecture: You’ll listen to a short lecture or presentation and then re-tell the main points in your own words. This task evaluates your listening comprehension and ability to summarize spoken information.

  6. Answer Short Question: You’ll listen to a question and then provide a brief spoken response. This task assesses your ability to understand and respond to simple questions accurately and concisely.

The PTE Speaking section is designed to assess your ability to communicate fluently, coherently, and accurately in spoken English across various contexts. Your performance is scored based on your pronunciation, fluency, content, vocabulary, grammar, and oral discourse. Your scores range from 10 to 90, with higher scores indicating higher proficiency in speaking skills.

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