Test TOEFL Listening Prediction Online Gratis

Test TOEFL Listening Prediction Online Gratis

Listening Comprehension
This section tests your ability to comprehend spoken English. It is divided into three parts, each with its own directions. You are not permitted to turn the page during the reading of the directions or to take notes at any time.

Direction Part A

Part A
Directions: Each item in this part consists of a brief conversation involving two speakers.

Following each conversation, a third voice will ask a question. You will hear the conversations and questions only once, and they will not be written out. When you have heard each conversation and question, read the four answer choices and select the one-(A), (B), (C), or (D)-that best answers the question based on what is directly stated or on what can be inferred. Then fill in the space on your answer sheet that matches the letter of the answer that you have selected.

Here is an example.
You will hear:
You will read:
(A) Open the window.
(B) Move the chair.
(C) Leave the room.
(D) Take a seat.

Sample Answer
From the conversation you find out that the woman thinks the man should put the chair over by the window. The best answer to the question, “What does the woman think the man should do?” is (B), “Move the chair.” You should fill in (B) on your answer sheet.

Listening 1 – 10

1.
(A) The plane hasn’t taken off yet.
(B) The cost of flying has increased.
(C) More flights will soon be scheduled.
(D) He hasn’t changed his vacation plans.

2.
(A) All of the books are cheap.
(B) None of the books is required.
(C) Half of the books should be returned.
(D) Only four of the books are expensive.

3.
(A) It will probably rain today.
(B) She likes to watch the rain come down.
(C) She’ll play even if it rains.
(D) It has rained a lot lately.

4.
(A) Nearly all of the students can meet.
(B) The meeting time must be changed.
(C) Only Lisa will be at the library.
(D) Lisa dropped the class on Friday.

5.
(A) He walked so far that he was exhausted.
(B) He was wearing shorts on his hike.
(C) He encountered some wild animals in the woods.
(D) He should get some comfortable hiking shoes.

6.
(A) He intends to see Michelle.
(B) Michelle may visit him anytime.
(C) He has to return some money to Michelle.
(D) Michelle owes him some money.

7.
(A) Buying some red chairs.
(B) Renting a bigger auditorium.
(C) Moving chairs from the auditorium.
(D) Getting more chairs.

8.
(A) He can’t read the sign.
(B) He didn’t make the sign.
(C) He didn’t sign his name.
(D) He doesn’t like the sign.

9.
(A) Housing near campus is getting cheaper and cheaper.
(B) She doesn’t need to live close to campus.
(C) It’s not easy to find inexpensive housing near campus.
(D) The man could tind housing if he looked carefully.

10.
(A) To a game.
(B) To buy tickets.
(C) To get some groceries.
(D) To a party.

Listening 11-20

11.
(A) The bucket has been broken.
(B) The water was spilled.
(C) They still need more money.
(D) They have run out of time.

12.
(A) He is kind.
(B) He is impolite.
(C) He is somewhat busy.
(D) She doesn’t want to say.

13.
(A) It’s not surprising that Tony went fishing.
(B) He already knew Tony had caught only one fish.
(C) He doesn’t think Tony is a good fisherman.
(D) Tony usually catches a lot of fish.

14.
(A) Don’t complete the form.
(B) Don’t waste time.
(C) Take a form.
(D) There’s no hurry.

15.
(A) He is telling her the truth.
(B) He’s never been to Seattle.
(C) He has visited Seattle once.
(D) She’s only spoken to him once.

16.
(A) Disapproved of her plan.
(B) Watered Lily’s plants.
(C) Traveled overseas.
(D) Caught colds.

17.
(A) It should have been turned up.
(B) The people across town enjoyed it.
(C) It’s extremely popular.
(D) It was much too loud.

18.
(A) It was quite relaxing.
(B) The weather wasn’t good.
(C) It was unexpectedly busy.
(D) It was perfectly planned.

19.
(A) The lab is generally locked on Saturdays.
(B) The man doesn’t have a key to the lab.
(C) Something strange happened in the lab on Saturday.
(D) The lab should never be locked.

20.
(A) He needs the insurance no matter how much it costs.
(B) There are other types of insurance he should buy.
(C) The man doesn’t have enough money to buy insurance.
(D) The cost of insurance is becoming more reasonable.

Listening 21-30

21.
(A) She’s an art student.
(B) She’s afraid of flying.
(C) She did well on the test.
(D) She got her pilot’s license.

22. 
(A) An elevator.
(B) A television.
(C) An automobile.
(D) A telephone.

23.
(A) Meg’s sister took it to the cleaner’s.
(B) Meg cleaned it.
(C) Meg wore it to class.
(D) Meg’s sister borrowed it.

24.
(A) They must go to an orientation session.
(B) They are not new students.
(C) They won’t be allowed to register.
(D) They were given the wrong schedule.

25.
(A) He doesn’t mind moving.
(B) His brother won’t move for two weeks.
(C) He’d rather not help his brother move.
(D) His brother decided not to move.

26. 
(A) She has a coin like his.
(B) She knows a lot about coins.
(C) She thinks the coin is worthless.
(D) She’s never seen this type of coin.

27.
(A) Its lyrics are hard to understand.
(B) It needs a stronger melody.
(C) It has become very popular.
(D) Its melody is hard to forget.

28.
(A) He hadn’t been smiling.
(B) His picture hadn’t been taken.
(C) It wasn’t a good picture.
(D) The woman wouldn’t show him the picture.

29.
(A) They’re always expensive.
(B) They haven’t been cleaned.
(C) They’re inexpensive now.
(D) There aren’t any available.

30.
(A) From college.
(B) Through her roommate.
(C) From the reception.
(D) Through her sister.

Part B
Directions:

This part of the test consists of extended conversations between two speakers. After each of these conversations, there are a number of questions. You will hear each conversation and question only once, and the questions are not written out.

When you have heard the questions, read the four answer choices and select the one-(A), (B), (C), or (D)-that best answers the question based on what is directly stated or on what can be inferred. Then fill in the space on your answer sheet that matches the letter of the answer that you have selected.

Don’t forget: During actual exams, taking notes or writing in your test book is not permitted.

Listening 31-34

31.
(A) At a newspaper.
(B) At an advertising agency.
(C) At a furniture store.
(D) At a real estate office.

32.
(A) A two-bedroom apartment.
(B) A sofa.
(C) A chair.
(D) A roommate.

33.
(A) Her phone number.
(B) The location of the apartment.
(C) The best time to call her.
(D) Her first name.

34.
(A) $5.
(B) $15.
(C) $30.
(D) $250.

Listening 35-38

35. 
(A) From a newspaper advertisement.
(B) From a magazine article.
(C) From a television program.
(D) From an automobile dealer.

36.
(A) To warn of dangers.
(B) To explain traffic regulations.
(C) To wake up drivers who are falling asleep.
(D) To give directions.

37.
(A) He has a good sense of direction.
(B) He owns a “smart” car.
(C) He doesn’t know how to drive.
(D) He doesn’t know the way to the woman’s house.

38.
(A) He got lost.
(B) He ran out of gas.
(C) He was in an accident.
(D) His car broke down.

Part C
Directions: This part of the test consists of several talks, each given by a single speaker. After each of these talks, there are a number of questions. You will hear each talk and question only once, and the questions are not written out.

When you have heard each question, read the four answer choices and select the one-(A), (B), (C), or (D)-that best answers the question based on what is directly stated or on what can be inferred. Then fill in the space on your answer sheet that matches the letter of the answer that you have selected.

Here is an example.
You will hear:
Now here is a sample question.
You will hear:
Sample Answer
You will read:
(A) Philosophy.
(B) Meteorology.
(C) Astronomy.
(D) Photography.

The lecture concerns a lunar eclipse, a topic that would typically be discussed in an astronomy class. The choice that best answers the question, “In what course is this lecture probably being given?” is (C), “Astronomy”. You should fill in (C) on your answer sheet.

Here is another sample question.
You will hear:
You will read:
(A) The Earth’s shadow moves across the Moon.
(B) Clouds block the view of the Moon.
(C) The moon moves between the Earth and the Sun.
(D) The Sun can be observed without special equipment.

From the lecture you learn that a lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon and the shadow of the Earth passes across the Moon. The choice that best answers the question, ‘According to the speaker, which of the following occurs during a lunar eclipse?” is (A), “The Earth’s shadow moves across the Moon,”

Don’t forget: During actual exams, taking notes or writing in your test book is not permitted.

Listening 39-42

39.
(A) To present an award.
(B) To say goodbye to Professor Callaghan.
(C) To explain computer models.
(D) To welcome a new college president.

40.
(A) An administrator.
(B) A faculty member.
(C) A chancellor of the college.
(D) A graduate student.

41.
(A) Computer science.
(B) History.
(C) Economics.
(D) Physics.

42.
(A) Two.
(B) Four.
(C) Six.
(D) Eight.

Listening 43-46

43.
(A) A bicycle racer.
(B) A radio announcer.
(C) A coach.
(D) A television reporter.

44.
(A) The benefits of bicycle commuting.
(B) Local traffic problems.
(C) A series of bicycle races.
(D) The American university system.

45.
(A) On the college campus.
(B) On downtown streets.
(C) In Woodland Park.
(D) In the nearby countryside.

46.
(A) Take part in the race.
(B) Travel to the country.
(C) Avoid the downtown area.
(D) Ride a bicycle to work.

Listening 47-50

47. 
(A) In an art history class.
(B) In a painter’s studio.
(C) In a photography class.
(D) In an art museum.

48.
(A) A famous person.
(B) A beautiful landscape.
(C) An empty phone booth.
(D) Geometric shapes.

49.
(A) They are very valuable.
(B) They are quite large.
(C) They are highly abstract.
(D) They are extremely lifelike.

50.
(A) Paint pictures.
(B) Write papers.
(C) View some slides.
(D) Discuss their reactions.

THIS IS THE END OF SECTION 1, LISTENING COMPREHENSION.  STOP WORK ON SECTION 1.

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