iBT Exercises-Lecture (TOEFL Listening): Questions 1 - 6 of 15

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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 Exercise - Listen to talk given to film class

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What will students do during each Wednesday seminar?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Analyze the film they’ve just seen.

b.

Compare films from different countries.

c.

Study techniques used by film makers.

d.

Compare films from different decades.

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What will the students study during the first two weeks of class?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

How to write a film critique.

b.

Basic film concepts.

c.

Films on television.

d.

The silent film era.

Question number: 3 (3 of 4 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Where will students view the films?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

In the classroom.

b.

At a local theater.

c.

At home.

d.

In an auditorium.

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What is the purpose of this talk?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

To explain the course requirements.

b.

To explain the early history of film.

c.

To review, before a final exam.

d.

To notify the students of a change in schedule.

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 Exercise - Listen to conversation between two university professors

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Question

Where does this conversation probably take place?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

At Cape Cod, Massachusetts

b.

In a summer house

c.

In a lecture hall

d.

In the faculty lounge

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 Exercise - Listen to talk in architecture class

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Question

Why does the professor mention the fire of 1871?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

To warn against building skyscrapers close together.

b.

To explain how Chicago’s early skyscrapers were destroyed.

c.

To explain why certain building techniques started in Chicago.

d.

To emphasize the hazards of wooden buildings.

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