IBT Exercises [TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Listening]: Questions 126 - 129 of 256

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In this section, you will hear dialogues and academic talks, to test your ability to understand them. You will hear each dialogue and academic talk only once, and then answer questions after each is finished. The questions ask about the main idea, supporting details, and the way the speakers use language. Answer each question based on what is stated or implied by the speakers. You are free to take notes while you listen. You can use your notes to answer the questions.

You must click the volume icon to change the volume of the audio. Headphones icon appear with some questions which implies that you will hear part of the dialogue or academic talk repeated for the question.

Most questions are worth one point. Questions that are worth more than one point have a special note telling you how many total points they are worth. You must answer every question in this section. After you answer click on next and confirm and then move to next question. Once you click on Confirm you cannot return to a question. You will be given 20 minutes to answer all the questions in this section. This does not include the time to listen to the dialogues and academic talks. A clock at the top of the screen will show you how much time you have remaining.

iBT Listening - Conversation on choosing school

iBT Listening Exercise - Listen to conversation on choosing school

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Why does the advisor say this: “I was ready to pack it in after the first two weeks”?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

To show that she emphasizes with the student’s feelings.

b.

To make the student feel foolish about wanting to leave.

c.

To demonstrate how brave he was for staying in school.

d.

To illustrate an example of his poor decision-making.

Passage

In this section, you will hear dialogues and academic talks, to test your ability to understand them. You will hear each dialogue and academic talk only once, and then answer questions after each is finished. The questions ask about the main idea, supporting details, and the way the speakers use language. Answer each question based on what is stated or implied by the speakers. You are free to take notes while you listen. You can use your notes to answer the questions.

You must click the volume icon to change the volume of the audio. Headphones icon appear with some questions which implies that you will hear part of the dialogue or academic talk repeated for the question.

Most questions are worth one point. Questions that are worth more than one point have a special note telling you how many total points they are worth. You must answer every question in this section. After you answer click on next and confirm and then move to next question. Once you click on Confirm you cannot return to a question. You will be given 20 minutes to answer all the questions in this section. This does not include the time to listen to the dialogues and academic talks. A clock at the top of the screen will show you how much time you have remaining.

iBT Listening - Conversation between Rachel and David

iBT Listening Exercise - Listen to conversation between Rachel and David

Question number: 127 (1 of 5 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Where does this conversation most likely take place?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

In a classroom

b.

In the campus cafeteria

c.

In a fraternity house

d.

In a dormitory room

Question number: 128 (2 of 5 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Which best describes the thrust of this conversation?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

An exchange of examination data

b.

A revelation of childhood mishaps

c.

An effort to make a date

d.

An assessment of academic success

Question number: 129 (3 of 5 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Why does the young man say this: “You’d better burn some midnight oil tonight, then”?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

He thinks the young woman should prepare well.

b.

He doesn’t want the young woman to miss the football game.

c.

He is worried that the young woman studies too hard.

d.

He thinks the young woman has a lot of packing to do.

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