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English Listening Comprehension Quizzes and Tests for ESL EFL. TOEFL Listening Short Conversations. PET - B1 English Test - Filling in The Blank Test 10. King Arthur. Toefl PBT/ITP Listening. Short Conversations Exercises. TOEFL Listening Preparation 2, Academic Lectures and Taking Notes. MARIA YOSHIDA TOEFL SKILLS Teacher at Uc irvine extension. SHORT DICTATIONS: Questions. MOVIE TRAILERS : Free EFL / ESL Listening exercises. Listening Part C (Talks) Listening Part C (Talks) Listening Part C: skill 10 predict The questions. Listening Part C: Order of The answer (Skill 12) Previous Skill: The Topic (Skill 11) The answers in Listening Part C are generally found in order in the talk (as they were in Listening Part B).

Listening Part C: Order of The answer (Skill 12)

This means that as you listen to the talk, you should be thinking about the answers to the questions in the order that they are listed in the test book. Example On the recording, you hear: (narrator) Questions 1 through 3. (woman) Many people are allergic to cats. On the recording, you hear: (narrator) 1. In your test book, you read (same time): 1. 2. 3. The first question asks what happens to people who suffer from allergies. EXERCISE 12: Listen to each complete talk, and answer the questions that follow. Listening Part B: The Questions (Skill 7) It is very helpful to your ability to answer individual questions in Listening Part B if you can anticipate what the questions will be and listen specifically for the answers to those questions.

Listening Part B: The Questions (Skill 7)

In this example, you can be quite certain that one of the questions will be about when something will happen. Since you are sure that this is one of the questions, you can listen carefully for clues that will give you the answer. This example shows that a helpful strategy therefore is to look briefly at the answers in the test book, before you actually hear the conversations on the recording, and try to determine the questions that you will be asked to answer. EXERCISE 7: Study the following answers and try to determine what the questions will be.

(You should note that perhaps you will only be able to predict part of a question, rather than the complete question.) Listening Part B: The topics (Skill 8) Listening Part B: The Order of The Answer (Skill 9) The answers in Listening Part B are generally found in order in the conversation.

Listening Part B: The Order of The Answer (Skill 9)

This means that as you listen to the conversation, you should be thinking about the answers to the questions in the order that they are listed in the test book. When you read the answers to the first question, you can anticipate that the first question is about a man and some type of problem he has. As you listen, you hear the man say that he is lost. Strategy for listening Part A questions. Below is the strategy for listening Part A.

Strategy for listening Part A questions

(Indonesian Version) 1. As you listen to each short conversation, focus on the second line of the conversation. The answer to the question is generally found in the second line of the conversation. 2. 3. Restatementsnegativessuggestionspassivesconclusions about who and whereexpressions of agreement. Listening Part A: TOEFL skill 1-6 audio Review.

In this exercise, listen carefully to the short conversation and question on the recording, and then choose the best answer to the question.

Listening Part A: TOEFL skill 1-6 audio Review

Now BEGIN THE RECORDING AT TOEFL REVIEW EXERCISE (SKILLS 1—6). 1. (A) Baking some pies. (B) Climbing some trees. (C) Having some dessert. (D) Picking some apples. 2. (B) About a half hour remains. Listening PART A: TOEFL audio skill 6. Previous Skill: Skill 6 (AGREEMENT) In this exercise, listen carefully to the short conversation and question on the recording, and then choose the best answer to the question.

Listening PART A: TOEFL audio skill 6

You should pay particular attention to expressions of agreement. Listening Part A : Skill 6 - explanation Agreement. Previous Skill <---- Skill 5: Who and Where Expressions of agreement are common in Listening Part A, so you should become familiar with them.

Listening Part A : Skill 6 - explanation Agreement

The following example shows agreement with a positive statement. Example. Listening Part A : Skill 5 - Who and Where, explanation. Previous Skill <--- Skill 4: Passives It is common in Listening Part A to ask you to draw some kind of conclusion.

Listening Part A : Skill 5 - Who and Where, explanation

In this type of question the answer is not clearly stated; instead you must draw a conclusion based on clues given in the conversation. One kind of conclusion that is common in this part of the test is to ask you to determine who the speaker is, based on clues given in the conversation. Example On the recording, you hear: (man) : What do you do during your performances? Listening Part A: listening skill 5 who, whereTOEFL Exercise 5.

TOEFL EXERCISE 5: In this exercise, listen carefully to the short conversation and question on the recording, and then choose the best answer to the question.

Listening Part A: listening skill 5 who, whereTOEFL Exercise 5

You will have to draw conclusions about who and where. (Indonesian Version) Listening Part A: TOEFL listening skill 4 passivesExercise 4. TOEFL listening test 1.1. Listening Part A: TOEFL listening skill 1-3 (3negatives)Review Exercise. Previous Skill: In this exercise, listen carefully to the short conversation and question on the recording, and then choose the best answer to the question.

Listening Part A: TOEFL listening skill 1-3 (3negatives)Review Exercise

(Download Audio) 1. (A) He prefers to stay home. (B) He has to take many trips. Listening Part A: TOEFL listening skill 1-2 restatement, negatives Review Exercise.