TOEFL Prediction 01

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LISTENING COMPREHENSION

TOEFL PREDICTION 01

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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.

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: (Audio)
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.

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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.

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

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

Sample Answer
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 an example.
You will hear: (audio)
Sample Answer
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."

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Structure

Directions:  Items in this part are incomplete sentences. Following each of these sentences, there are four words or phrases. You should select the one word or phrase -(A), (B), (C), or (D)- that best completes the sentence. Then, fill in the space on your answer sheet that matches the letter of the answer that you have selected.

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1. Ellen Swallow Richards became the flrst woman to enter, graduate from, and _____ at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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2. Coins last approximately twenty times ______ paper bills.

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3. It has been estimated that ______ species of animals.

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4. Dr. Seuss, _____ was Theodore Seuss Geisel, wrote and illustrated delightfully humorous books for children.

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5. _____ American landscape architects was Hideo Sasaki.

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6. Most young geese leave their nests at an early age, and young snow geese are _____ exception.

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7. Vancouver, British Columbia, has a temperate climate for a city situated ______ far north.

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8. ____ in 1849, Manuel A. Alonso recorded the customs, language, and songs of the people of Puerto Rico in his poetry and prose.

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9. ____ the sails of a distant ship are visible before the body of the ship.

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10. Printing ink is made ______ of a paste, which is applied to the printing surface with rollers.

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11. Although _____ cold climates, they can thrive in hot, dry climates as well.

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12. Not only _____ as a shade tree, but it also produces wood used for boxes and furniture.

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13. _____ one of Laura Ingalls Wilder's many books about the American frontier are based on her own childhood experiences.

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14. One of the first industries to be affected by the Industrial Revolution _____ .

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15. _____ the outer rings of a gyroscope are turned or twisted, the gyroscope itself continues to spin in exactly the same position.

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Written Expression

Directions: The items in this part have four underlined words or phrases, (A), (B), (C), and (D). You must identify the one underlined expression that must be changed for the sentence to be correct. Then find the number of the question on your answer sheet and fill in the space corresponding to the letter.

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16. The rock formations in the Valley of Fire in Nevada has been worn into many strange shapes by the action of wind and water.

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17. The author Susan Glaspell won a Pulitzer Prize in 1931 for hers play, Alison's House.

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18. Haywood Broun was a read widely newspaper columnist who wrote during the 1920's and 1930's.

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19. Researches in economics, psychology, and marketing can help businesses.

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20. Because of their color and shape, seahorses blend so well with the seaweed in which they live that it is almost impossible to see themselves.

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21. Although the social sciences different a great deal from one another, they share a common interest in human relationships.

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22. Herman Melville's novel Moby-Dick describes the dangers, difficult, and often violent life aboard a whaling ship.

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23. Near equator, the slant of the sun's rays is never great enough to cause temperatures to fall below the freezing point.

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24. Stephen Hopkins was a cultural and political leadership in colonial Rhode Island.

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25. A mousebird's tail is double as long as its body.

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26. The Uinta Mountains of northeastern Utah are the only range of mountains in North America that runs from east and west for its entire length.

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27. The tools used most often by floral designers are the knives, scissors, and glue gun.

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28. Most types of dolphins live at less 25 years, and some species may reach 50 years of age.

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29. Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior can only be reached by the boat.

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30. The main divisions of geologic time, called eras, are subdivided to periods.

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31. All root vegetables grow underground, and not all vegetables that grow underground are roots.

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32. The process of fermentation takes place only in the absent of oxygen.

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33. In about 1920, experimental psychologists have devoted more research to learning than to any other topic.

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34. Transfer taxes are imposed on the sell or exchange of stocks and bonds.

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35. One of the greatest of mountains climbers, Carl Blaurock was the ftrst to climb all of the mountains higher than 14,000 feet in the United States.

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36. Biochemists have solved many of the mysteries about photosynthesis, the process which plants make food.

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37. Oceanic islands have been separated from the mainland for too long that they have evolved distinctive animal populations.

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38. Certain species of penicillin mold are used to ripe cheese.

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39. Many of the important products obtained from trees, one of the most important is wood pulp, which is used in paper-making.

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40. Not longer are contributions to the advancement of industry made primarily by individuals.

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READING COMPREHENSION

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Reading Comprehension

Time: 55 minutes
This section of the test measures your ability to comprehend written materials. Directions: This section contains several passages, each followed by a number of questions. Read the passages and, for each question, choose the one best answer-(A), (B), (C), or (D)-based on what is stated in the passage or on what can be inferred from the passage. Then fill in the space on your answer sheet that matches the letter of the answer that you have selected.

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1. The main purpose of this passage is to

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2. The word "this" in line 3 refers to

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3. According to the passage, Montgomery was raised primarily

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4. Approximately when did Lucy Maud Montgomery write the two sequels to her book Anne of Green Gables?

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5. The word "elderly" in line 13 is closest in meaning to

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6. In the Anne books, the main character lives in

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7. Which of the following can be concluded from the passage about the Anne books?

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8. The word "prominence" in line 18 is closest in meaning to

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9. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word "character" in line 21?

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10. All of the following have been based on the Anne books EXCEPT

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11. In line 22, the word "scour" could be replaced by which of the following without changing the meaning of the sentence?

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12. What is the main idea of this passage?

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13. Why does the author refer to Gilbert White's book in line 3?

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14. The word "surreptitiously" in line 4 is closest in meaning to

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15. The word "abandon" in line 8 is closest in meaning to

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16. The word "odd;' as used in line 14, refers to which of the following?

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17. The author mentions that all of the following are aware of quantities in some way EXCEPT

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18. The word "accounts" in line 15 is closest in meaning to

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19. According to information in the passage, which of the following is LEAST likely to occur as a result of animals' intuitive awareness of quantities?

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20. How would the author probably characterize the people who are mentioned in line 15?

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21. The word "admittedly" in line 29 is closest in meaning to

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22. In line 31, the word "they" refers to

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23. Where in the passage does the author mention research that supports his own view of animals' inability to count?

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24. With what topic is this passage mainly concerned?

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25. According to the passage, the Bessemer process contributed to all of the following EXCEPT

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26. What can be inferred from the passage about wrought iron?

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27. The word "burgeoning" in line 19 is closest in meaning to

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28. According to the passage, why were Bessemer steel rails used in place of iron rails?

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29. The word "Spurred" in line 20 is closest in meaning to which of the following?

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30. According to the passage, in what year did the steel industry of the United States begin to produce more steel than that of Great Britain did?

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31. What can be inferred about the steel industry in the United States during the 1950's?

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32. The paragraph following this one probably concerns

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33. The author first begins to discuss the growth of the Bessemer Process in

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34. Which of the following is NOT one of the author's purposes in writing the passage?

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35. The word "gaudy" in line 3 is closest in meaning to

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36. According to the passage, in what district of San Francisco are authentic Victorian houses LEAST likely to be found today?

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37. According to the passage, which of the following styles of architecture was the last to become fashionable in San Francisco?

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38. As used in the second paragraph, the word "bays" refers to

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39. Which of the following is most likely to be seen only on a Queen Anne style house?

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40. During which of the following periods were San Francisco's Victorian houses generally thought of as old-fashioned?

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41. What can be inferred from the passage about Victorian houses after they had been restored?

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42. According to the passage, what are mustelids?

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43. It can be inferred from that passage that, if a large male sea otter weighs 100 pounds, it must eat approximately how many pounds of food a day to maintain its body heat?

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44. The author refers to sea otters as "picky eaters" Oine 11) because

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45. The word "exhausted" in line 12 is closest in meaning to

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46. According to the passage, which of the following best describes sea otters' relationship with kelp forests?

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47. Which of the following could best replace the word "luxuriant" in line 19?

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48. According to the passage, the outer fur of sea otters

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49. The word "elated" in line 26 is closest in meaning to

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50. According to the passage, why are scientists concerned about the population of California sea otters?

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