Summarize Spoken Text Questions

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Center: Target Consultancy Chandigarh

Date 09/03/2017

Center: Target Consultancy Chandigarh

1. Debt on farmers is increasing due to high use of pesticides.
2. Making voting mandatory in democratic country

Center:  Sophia Institute Patiala

Date 09/03/2017

Increased Globalization and global economy

Date 08/03/2017

Summarize spoken words Text Question was on Marry Mcllan and her beliefs regarding introducing development of curriculum in schools


Date 08/03/2017

Center: Delhi

During the time of the Aztecs, cocoa was mainly used as a beverage. Wines and drinks were made from white pulp around the seeds of the cocoa pod. The beans themselves were used to make hot or cold chocolate drinks. Both the Maya and the Aztec secular drinks used roasted cocoa beans, a foaming agent sugar, toasted corn and water. Vanilla and/or chilli were also used as an ingredient in the drinks. Cocoa beans were also used as a currency and as a tribute tax from peoples ruled by Aztecs. The oily layer floating in the chocolate drink cocoa butter was used to protect the skin against the sun. For the Aztecs cocoa had a religious significance. Cocoa was believed to be of divine origin: the cocoa tree was a bridge between earth and heaven. Human sacrifices to propitiate God or sun were first sanctified by giving him chocolate. Cocoa beans were given to priest’s assistants at children’s coming of age ceremonies. During marriage ceremonies, the couple drank a symbolic cup of chocolate and exchanged cocoa beans. Aztecs believed that drinking chocolate gave mortals some of Quetzalcoatl wisdom. – God of learning and of the wind.

Sound receptors. You’ve got sound receptors in your ear and they are beautiful. We’re not going to talk about them at any length, but there’s little flappy, these little spiky things going along in your ear and they can translate vibrational energy coming from your ear, hurting your eardrum, being translated into a vibration into the fluid in your ear into a physical motion of these little receptors there into an electrical motion, into an electrical signal that goes into your ear.So, all of that, all of that’s pretty impressive stuff. We’re not going to talk about the details of it, but I invite some of you who want to learn more about this, particularly MIT students I think find receptors really quite remarkable kinds of devices.

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  1. Can you please provide the sample answers for the above lecture.

  2. Same topic i got in test but instead of receptor i wrote resepter. So i get the marks or not which i have done the mistake.

    1. The speaker was discussing the sound receptors present in the human ear. He discussed that these sound receptors can translate the vibrational energy of the sound in our eardrum for the physical motion and after that, it is converted to an electrical signal. He suggested that instead of talking about details, the MIT students can have a closer view of receptors with the same quality of sound.

      1. Yeah 27th September
        Same question here in Istanbul
        And after 3 times changed my pen on god damn erasable sheet
        I couldn’t write my notes
        Shame on BritishSide in Turkey
        They are that much stingy to never buy new pens and equipment.
        I was far more unlucky though, my turn of writing was consisted of 2 essays and 3 summary.
        It was horrible.

  3. The speaker was discussing how cocoa was used during the time of Aztecs. He discussed that it was mainly used as beverages like Wines and Chocolate drinks. He mentioned that cocoa beans were also used as a currency and tribute tax from people rules by Aztecs. He talked about the oily layer of the chocolate drink that was used to protect the skin against the sun.

  4. The speaker main point is out that, Coca beans and how people was used during the time of Aztecs. Speaker discussed , coca beans were used to make hot and cold chocolate drinks. Coca beans were used for ceremonies.

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