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Practice Test Of English As A Foreign Language

sir I want to take admission in the USA and I am not the Native of the USA so I am preparing for the English test TOEFL can you please give me some questions for practice for the Listening Comprehension section
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11th April 2016, 10:59 AM
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Re: Practice Test Of English As A Foreign Language

hey buddy The Listening Comprehension section tests your ability to understand both short and long conversations in English

There will 2parts of the paper

Part A

Part B

Directions:

In Part A, you will hear short conversations between two people. After each conversation, you will hear a question about the conversation.

The conversations and questions will not be repeated..


1. You will hear:
(man) Shall I lock up the computer lab now before I go home?
(woman) Don't bother. I'm not leaving for a while, I can check it on my way out.
(narrator) What will the woman probably do?
You will read: A. Lock the computer lab later.
B. Leave with the man.
C. Buy a new lock for the computer lab.
D. Show the man where the lab is.
2. You will hear:
(man) Do you mind if I turn the television off?
(woman) Well, I'm in the middle of watching a program.
(narrator) What does the woman imply?
You will read: A. The man should watch the program too.
B. The man should leave the television on.
C. The program will be over soon.
D. She'll watch television later.
3. You will hear:
(woman) I heard the math requirements for graduation are being changed.
(man) Yes. And I may be short one course.
(narrator) What does the man mean?
You will read: A. He isn't sure what course to take.
B. The math course is too short.
C. He may not meet the graduation requirements.
D. The graduation date has been changed.

Part B

Directions: In this part of the test you will hear longer conversations. After each conversation you will hear several questions. The conversations and questions will not be repeated.


SAMPLE CONVERSATION AND PRACTICE QUESTIONS
(narrator) Questions 4 through 7. Listen to a conversation about a trip.
(man) Are you ready for "The Big Apple"?
(woman) Excuse me?
(man) You know, New York City. You are going to New York with us, aren't you? I wanted to show everybody around my old neighborhood.
(woman) Oh...sure! I wouldn't miss it especially when the tour guide is a native New Yorker.
(man) I thought we could start at the Museum of Modern Art. Right now there's an exhibit on twentieth-century American painters.
(woman) Fine with me...but what were you saying about...a big apple?
(man) "The Big Apple." It's a nickname for New York. I think I heard once that it started with jazz musicians in the 20's.
(woman) Oh.
(man) Whenever they played a concert in a city, they called that city an "apple." In those days, New York was the biggest city in the country, so they called it "The Big Apple."
(woman) Hey, I have an idea! Let's go to a jazz club while we're there.
(man) Sounds good.
Questions:
4. You will hear:
(narrator) What is the man planning to see?
You will read: A. An art exhibit.
B. A Broadway play.
C. A modern dance production.
D. An opera.
5. You will hear:
(narrator) What can be inferred about the man?
You will read: A. He is a jazz musician.
B. He wants to join the woman's club.
C. He is in his twenties.
D. He was born in New York.
6. You will hear:
(narrator) What does the word "Apple" in the phrase "The Big Apple" refer to?
You will read: A. An instrument.
B. A city.
C. A theater.
D. A concert.


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