Toefl Junior Practice Test 10 - Listening

1/5/2020 12:13:00 PM
Bài thi thử Listening số 10, theo đúng mẫu chuẩn của kỳ thi Toefl Junior, gồm 42 câu hỏi.

In this section of the test, you will hear talks and conversations. Each talk or conversation is followed by one question. Choose the best answer to each question. You will hear each talk or conversation only one time.

What is probably true about Frances?

  • She is another coach.
  • She is the team captain.
  • She used to be the coach.
  • She is not a very good player.

What does the teacher instruct the students to do?

  • Watch a dinosaur movie
  • Go to the dinosaur exhibit
  • Work on their dinosaur projects
  • Go to the museum with their parents

Listen to a principal talking to a group of students.

Why is the principal talking to the students?

  • To remind the students to bring water bottles.
  • To warn them not to pack too much on the trip.
  • To explain that a flashlight is the most important tool.

What will the volunteer probably do next?

  • Study with the students
  • Show the students some rockets
  • Tell the students what stars she likes
  • Take the students to the space room

What can be inferred about the Asheville team?

  • It isn’t exciting.
  • It has a lot of fouls.
  • It has many members.
  • It has very good players.

What is the subject of the announcement?

  • Being careful at school
  • Sharing food and drinks
  • Staying home from school
  • A flu going around at school

What will the teacher probably do next?

  • Open Meredith’s locker
  • Explain where Alaska is
  • Ask Meredith questions
  • Choose Meredith’s guide

Listen to a history teacher talking to her class.

What is the teacher explaining?

  • What historical time to choose
  • Details of the students’ next project
  • Making a poster, video, or slide show

What does the teacher want the students to do?

  • Make a list on the board
  • Put away their math notebooks
  • Work together to make a study guide
  • Share their ideas with the other classes

What is the purpose of the announcement?

  • To remind students about Friday’s fair
  • To explain why the fair will have a clown
  • To ask the students to invite their families
  • To suggest the teachers cancel their classes

Now you will hear some conversations. The conversation is followed by four questions. Choose the best answer for each question. You will hear each conversation only one time.

Listen and answer the questions.

What are the students mainly talking about?
  • Funny costumes
  • Trees in the theater
  • Their roles in the school play
  • Being in three different scenes
What does the girl imply about her role in the play?
  • She is quitting it.
  • She is angry at it.
  • She is happy to do it.
  • She is disappointed in it.
What will the girl probably do next year?
  • Try out to be a tree again
  • Go to the try-outs on time
  • Forget about the school play
  • Ask the boy to try out with her
What does the boy think about the tree part?
  • It isn’t as good as his part.
  • It isn’t a good part for the girl.
  • It’s better than most parts in the play.
  • It’s a funny part with a good costume.

Listen and answer the questions.

What is the boy’s problem?
  • He failed the midterm.
  • He doesn’t want to learn about plants.
  • He won’t be in school during the final.
  • He doesn’t understand the plant life unit.
What does the teacher ask the boy to do?
  • Read his textbook again
  • Look at his midterm exam
  • Study the plant unit with her
  • Ask another student from his class
What does the teacher imply about the boy?
  • He needs a tutor.
  • He is good at science.
  • He failed the midterm.
  • He’s been to every class.
Why does the teacher mention that the boy did well on the midterm?
  • To show that he shouldn’t be worried
  • To prove that the midterm was difficult
  • To suggest that he look at the midterm again
  • To explain that other students did not do well

Listen and answer the questions.

What are the students mainly talking about?
  • Going to the mall
  • Racing their bikes
  • Doing their homework
  • Bike riding after school
What does the girl imply about last week?
  • She ate at Big Billy's.
  • She bought a CD at the mall.
  • She had a bike race with the boy.
  • She saved up the money for the CD.
What does the boy ask the girl to do?
  • Go to the mall
  • Buy him a new CD
  • Go on a bike ride somewhere
  • Eat at Big Billy’s with his mom
What does the girl mean when she says: “Oh no, you don’t”?
  • The boy is being rude.
  • He doesn’t want to race.
  • She had a good time at school.
  • She will beat him in the race again.

Listen and answer the questions.

What is the main topic of the conversation?
  • The boy having to find a book
  • The boy having a book to return
  • The boy needing to find a DVD
  • The boy needing help with a paper
What does the librarian imply when she says “I think I know why you couldn’t find it”?
  • It is a new DVD.
  • It’s a popular movie.
  • She has seen the movie.
  • It is in a different section.
What does the boy say about the DVD?
  • It’s in English.
  • It isn't Japanese.
  • Its title is The Spirit.
  • It’s about World War II.
What does the librarian first tell the boy?
  • He needs his library card.
  • She’s never seen the movie.
  • The DVDs are next to the art books.
  • The library doesn’t have Japanese DVDs.

Listen and answer the questions.

What is the discussion mainly about?
  • The Austrian Empire
  • A famous Swiss story
  • A shot that cut an apple in two
  • The war for Swiss independence
Why did William Tell shoot the apple from his son’s head?
  • He had been threatened with jail.
  • He wanted to go to war with Austria.
  • He thought he could make a lot of money.
  • He was showing that he was good at shooting.
Why does the teacher mention the Austrian Empire?
  • To ask students if they have studied it
  • To suggest that Austria is a bad country
  • To show that its people were good shooters
  • To explain who William Tell was fighting against
What can be inferred from the discussion about the story of William Tell?
  • It might not have happened.
  • It is a scary story for children.
  • It happened in modern-day Austria.
  • It is a story from the Swiss mountains.

Listen and answer the questions.

What is the purpose of this talk?
  • To talk about corruption
  • To talk about government
  • To talk about soccer teams
  • To talk about the history of Juventus
What did many large Italian soccer teams do?
  • They fired their coaches.
  • They made money by talking to referees.
  • They played soccer during the off-season.
  • They planned who would win and lose their games.
What does the teacher imply about making great sums of money?
  • It is easy to do.
  • It can lead to corruption.
  • It is very easy for most people.
  • Soccer teams aren’t good at it.
What did Juventus have to do after being caught?
  • There is much less corruption in politics.
  • They had to return all the money that was made.
  • They had to apologize to the league and to the referees.
  • They had to pay large fines and lose their championships.

Listen and answer the questions.

Why does the teacher begin this discussion?
  • To talk about volcanoes
  • To talk about Yellowstone
  • To talk about the biggest supervolcanoes
  • To talk about all the different kinds of volcanoes
According to the discussion, how many different kinds of volcanoes are there?
  • There is only one kind.
  • There are five different kinds.
  • There are twelve different kinds.
  • There are too many to talk about.
Why does the teacher talk about Yellowstone?
  • To inform that it is about to erupt
  • To give an example of a supervolcano
  • To prove that it is the biggest volcano in the US
  • To show that it is the biggest volcano in the world
How do volcanoes get created?
  • They get created by magma and pressure.
  • They come from huge underground rivers.
  • They do not move and have always been here.
  • No one knows how volcanoes are formed because they are too hot.

Listen and answer the questions.

What is the talk mainly about?
  • Learning to bake cupcakes
  • Frosting cupcakes with hot icing
  • Using an oven to make cupcakes
  • Making sure cake batter has no lumps
What do you need to make cupcakes?
  • Two eggs and 1/2 a cup of water
  • Cake mix, two eggs, and 1/2 a cup of water
  • Muffin mix, two eggs, and one cup of water
  • Muffin or cake mix, one egg, and one cup of water
Why does the teacher mention that the students need to let their cupcakes cool?
  • To explain that cupcakes need time to harden
  • To warn them that the icing will melt if they don’t let them cool
  • To suggest that the cupcakes should be eaten after class
  • To tell them that it is easy to get burned eating cupcakes
Based on the talk, what is probably true about the classroom’s oven?
  • It used to be used in the school cafeteria.
  • It is bigger than the ovens in most schools.
  • It isn’t very good for cooking, but it is very good for baking.
  • It doesn’t have enough space for everyone’s cupcakes at once.