Toefl Junior Practise Test 11 - Listening

1/23/2020 9:46:26 AM
Bài thi thử Listening số 11, 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 the teacher?

  • She wants to stay after school to clean the desks.
  • She wants students to stop writing on their desks.
  • She has tried to destroy the classroom’s desks before.
  • She would like it if students wrote on their desks with pencil.

Listen to a principal giving a talk.

What does the principal instruct the students to do?

  • Buy lunch in the cafeteria
  • Clean up after they eat lunch
  • Talk with the cafeteria workers

What is the speaker’s purpose?

  • To create a box for the Lost and Found box
  • To tell the students to check their backpacks
  • To ask students to check the Lost and Found box
  • To convince their parents to buy them new clothes

What is the subject of the announcement?

  • The dangers of flu season
  • Bringing an insurance card
  • Flu shots given by the school
  • Where to sign up for flu shots

What is the teacher probably going to do next?

  • Show the students drawings of faces
  • Explain how to accurately draw a face
  • Show the students a variety of photographs
  • Use a student to show measurements of a face

Why does the teacher talk about helping the students?

  • To give students a topic
  • To tell students not to worry
  • To prove that the library is big
  • To warn students about getting lost

What is the teacher mainly talking about?

  • Good musicians
  • Trying out for the band
  • Trumpet and trombone players
  • How fun it is to play in the band

Listen to the girl giving a talk.

What is probably true about the teacher?

  • He never gives bad scores.
  • He is proud of the students.
  • He hasn’t finished correcting tests.

What does the principal instruct the students to do?

  • Buy pizza
  • Eat lunch outside
  • Plant flowers and trees
  • Bring snacks to the party

Listen to the teacher giving a talk.

What are the students probably going to do next?

  • Talk about fruit
  • Draw pictures of fruit
  • Hang up their pictures

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

Listen to a conversation between a student and a librarian.


Why does the student go to speak with the librarian?
  • He needs help with a paper.
  • He left his books in the library.
  • He needs help with the computer.
  • The librarian knows about the Civil War.
Why does the boy talk about what his books looked like?
  • To help the librarian find his hooks
  • To complain about Mr. Anderson’s library skills
  • To tell the librarian that his books were interesting
  • To discuss the reasons why he doesn’t usually study
What does the librarian ask the boy to do?
  • Leave the books on the desk
  • Return the books in three weeks
  • Remember to take his books with him
  • Wait a few days before speaking with Mr. Anderson
What does the librarian imply when she says "You’re lucky that these books weren’t put back on the shelf"?
  • Jesse is generally a lucky student.
  • Books left in the library are usually put away.
  • She doesn’t think Jesse is an organized student.
  • Books on the Civil War are not often loaned from the library.

Listen to a conversation between a student and a teacher.

What are the speakers mainly talking about?
  • Making videos for contests
  • The biology of the animals in Hawaii
  • The video cameras owned by the school
  • The boy entering a junior biology contest
What does the teacher say about the contest’s prize?
  • It is a new video camera.
  • It will be given to many students.
  • It includes a one-week trip to Hawaii.
  • It will change depending on the video.

What does the boy imply when he says 'Okay, I think I can handle it”'?

  • He’s never used a camera before.
  • He will borrow a camera from a friend.
  • He believes he can take care of a camera.
  • He always borrows cameras from the school.
What will the speakers probably do next?
  • Plan a trip to Hawaii
  • Write a script for the boy’s movie
  • Discuss how to use a video camera
  • Talk more about the contest and its rules

Listen to a conversation between two students.

What are the students mainly talking about?
  • Mr. Brooklyn’s unfair system of grading
  • A difficult test that may lead to bad grades
  • How much they study for Mr. Brooklyn’s class
  • Asking their friends from class about the difficulty of the exam
What does the boy say about the test?
  • It was taken in the cafeteria.
  • It was easier than he expected.
  • It probably wasn't written by Mr. Brooklya.
  • It was full of things that weren't studied in class.
What will the students probably do next?
  • Talk with Mr. Brooklyn
  • Say goodbye to each other
  • Take the test in the cafeteria
  • Talk to their friends about the test
Why does the girl talk about the last test being easy?
  • To show that she doesn’t like the class
  • To explain why Mr. Brooktyn’s test was hard
  • To prove that she studied more than the boy
  • To give an example of a time when she got an A*

Listen to a conversation between a student and a teacher.

What is the boy’s problem?
  • He is afraid to take the test.
  • He can’t meet on Tuesday after school.
  • He wants to tell other students about the test.
  • He has a doctor's appointment during the test.
What does the teacher say about taking the test early?
  • The boy should study hard.
  • The test will be more difficult.
  • The classmates will take it early too.
  • The boy can’t tell his classmates about it.
What is probably true about the boy?
  • He is trusted by the teacher.
  • He is lying about his appointment.
  • He isn’t friends with his classmates.
  • He hurt himself while playing sports.
What will the boy probably do after school?
  • Send an e-mail to Mr. Jordan
  • Cheat on the test with his friends
  • Change his doctor’s appointment
  • Study for the test that he'll take on Tuesday

Listen to a conversation and answer the questions.

What are the teacher and student mainly talking about?
  • A growing American middle class
  • How the Industrial Revolution changed America
  • The growth and development of America throughout history
  • How and why Americans moved from the country to the city
Why does the teacher mention the American middle class?
  • To explain why it moved all over the country
  • To prove that it started the Industrial Revolution
  • To show that the Industrial Revolution affected it
  • To suggest that it was not affected by this change
According to the teacher, what was an effect of the Industrial Revolution?
  • Americans became more like Europeans.
  • People didn’t use many electrical appliances.
  • People moved from the countryside to the cities.
  • Goods were machine-made and therefore more expensive.
What can be inferred about the development of cars and trains?
  • It isn't something the girl has studied before.
  • It happened in a unique and new way in America.
  • lt would have occurred without the use of machines.
  • It wouldn't have been possible without the Industrial Revolution.

Listen to a lecture in an English class.

What is the speaker mainly talking about?
  • Huckleberry Finn’s friendship with a slave named Jim
  • The background of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • The Mississippi River’s influence on The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • The characters in Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
According to the teacher, what is special about The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?
  • It was published in 1885.
  • It uses vernacular language.
  • It was written by Mark Twain.
  • It was written after slavery ended.
Why does the teacher talk about the Mississippi River?
  • To explain where the book takes place
  • To show how the boys get into trouble
  • To help students understand why Huck runs away
  • To prove that traveling on the river is an adventure
What does the speaker want the students to think about as they read?
  • Why Mark Twain wrote this book
  • What Huckleberry Finn's overall goal is
  • Why Huckleberry Finn becomes friends with Jim
  • How Mark Twain deals with slavery and racism

Listen to a discussion in a math class.

What are the teacher and student mainly talking about?
  • The story of Pythagoras’ life
  • How to use the Pythagorean Theorem
  • Pythagoras’ ideas and his religious followers
  • Why Pythagoras is important to their math class
Which of the following is true about Pythagoras?
  • He didn’t have many followers.
  • He lived in Ancient Rome in the 6th century.
  • He came up with a way to measure triangles.
  • Historians and mathematicians know a lot about his life.
What does the teacher say about Pythagoras’ life?
  • It was very long.
  • There’s a lot of information about it.
  • It was filled with many important discoveries.
  • It wasn’t written about while he was alive.
What does the teacher imply about the Pythagoras Theorem?
  • It has changed over the years.
  • It is only helpful when measuring triangles.
  • It is not usually taught in geometry classes.
  • It won’t be too difficult for the students to learn.

Listen to a teacher talking in biology class.

What is the main topic of the talk?
  • Places where squirrels live
  • How squirrels survive in winter
  • Surprising information about common squirrels
  • Why squirrels are related to chipmunks and woodchucks
What false belief about squirrels does the teacher correct?
  • That they live in trees
  • That they are great climbers
  • That they are very closely related to mice
  • That they are unique creatures which eat seeds
What can be inferred from the talk about squirrels?
  • They usually live in suburban streets.
  • They are closely related to mice and rats.
  • They compete with rabbits to cat green leaves.
  • They are willing to eat unusual foods to survive.
According to the teacher, why are squirrels great climbers?
  • They are very fast.
  • They have useful thumbs.
  • They have strong legs and claws.
  • They have 4 or 5 toes on each foot.