PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 20)

Medication does not have to be the only treatment for bringing about a positive family and enhancing parent-child relationships. Behavioral parent training is a well-established approach in which parents are taught how to improve interactions with their child, increase a child’s behavior, and reduce misbehavior. This training has been shown to improve parenting behavior and […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 19)

Made under the framework of probability theory, inferences on mathematical statistics are used to hypotheses and make estimations using sample data. Statisticians two main statistical methods in data analysis: descriptive statistics, which data from a sample using indexes such as the mean or standard deviation, and inferential statistics, which conclusions from data that may due […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 18)

While heat builds throughout southern and eastern Europe for much of the summer, storms will the warmth at times from France to Germany. rain and storms will also the risk for flooding and will the countries at the greatest risk. It is possible that there will be damage to crops and water restrictions during this […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 17)

Albert Einstein predicted in 1936 that whenever light from a distant star passes by a closer object, gravity acts as a kind of lens, brightening and bending the distant starlight. The telescopes at that time were not sensitivity enough to observe this phenomenon directly. Now, an international research team has new tools for the masses […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 16)

In 1947, India achieved its independence from Great Britain’s 300-year occupation without firing a single bullet. Despite Britain’s military and economic superiority, Indian independence was achieved using an strategy called non-violent non-cooperation. One  man pioneered this approach to political revolution, and he became known worldwide as Mahatma Gandhi. During his lifetime, Gandhi’s methods of civil […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 15)

Charles I, whose conflicts with the Parliament led to the English Civil War, was in 1649. The men who signed Charles I’s death warrant were neither persuaded nor . In fact, they  the monarch’s abuse of power and were deeply angered by his demeanour towards the civil war victims. Upon the conclusion of the civil […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 13)

The Fifth Monarchist were a group of Christians in Britain who believed that their nation was chosen by God to accomplish the downfall of all  monarchies. Small but highly the Fifth Monarchist drew its support from urban tradesmen and craftsmen who were aspired to improve their livelihoods and end civil wars through reform of the […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 12)

On 1 December 1955, Rosa Parks refused the bus driver’s request of  her seat to a white passenger. The brave African American woman was arrested and fined for  local law. Rosa Parks’ act of defiance began a civil right movement that called for the abolishment of the law notorious for blacks from white on public […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 11)

Village Bank played a role in empowering the group in Bangladesh using the concept of microcredit –supporting generating activities by lending small loans on easy terms to individuals. With suitable conditions and education, the impecunious lenders could become self-sufficient and repay loans. Microcredit turned out to be a business model, contrary to the claims of […]

PTE— FIB Reading (Exercise 10)

Sitting on the shores of the River Nile in southern Egypt, the magnificent Abu Simbel temples were threatened by flood. The international community an impressive archaeological operation which  and relocated the temples. Engineers carefully  its entrance so that twice a year the sun’s rays could penetrate the inner sanctuary and strike the faces of the sacred […]