Toefl Junior Practice Test 15 - Listening (có giải thích đáp án chi tiết)

10/12/2020 10:57:00 AM

Bài thi thử Listening số 15, theo đúng mẫu chuẩn của kỳ thi Toefl Junior, gồm 42 câu hỏi.

Listen to a school principal announcing to students.

What does the principal want the students to do?

  • Go to school on foot
  • Use bus services
  • Tell him their address
  • Fix the bus

Listen to a math teacher talking to a class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To tell the students how to subtract
  • To tell the students how to add
  • To tell the students common ideas
  • To tell the students how to add and subtract fractions

Listen to a teacher speaking to a class.

What does the teacher want the students to do?

  • Introduce themselves
  • Visit the new school
  • Accept a new student
  • Do something different

Listen to a teacher speaking to a class.

What does the teacher want Sarah Palin to do?

  • Only make friends with Matthew
  • Share something with other classmates
  • Change her action to Matthew
  • Change her attitude toward her friend

Listen to an English teacher speaking to a class.

What is the teacher explaining?

  • Ways to create a model volcano
  • Taking pictures of a volcano
  • How to use sequential words
  • Rules of describing a sequence of events

Listen to a school principal announcing to students.

Which of the following is true?

  • Parents are encouraged to use carpool.
  • Parents must submit a written declaration.
  • The school will detain students who try to slip out of the gate.
  • Parents should collect their children within half an hour of the scheduled time.

Listen to a history teacher speaking to his class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To introduce the lesson on the history of the Declaration of Independence
  • To stress the importance of Declaration of Independence
  • To tell the meaning of “All men are created equal”
  • To introduce Thomas Jefferson

Listen to a culture teacher speaking to a class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To introduce Mark Twain's works
  • To tell the students how to read Mark Twain's works
  • To tell the students that writers are influenced by their environments
  • To discuss how a location decides a writer's style

Listen to an English teacher speaking to a class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To explain how to play a game
  • To distinguish different objects
  • To teach how some words are spelled
  • To do some cleaning

Listen to a science teacher speaking to a class.

Why is the teacher talking about the activity?

  • Because she wants the students to do research on a kind of birds
  • Because she wants the students to build more nests for birds
  • Because she wants the students to do a presentation
  • Because she wants the students to learn how to work together

Listen to a conversation between a teacher and a student in the classroom.

Then answer the questions.

What happened to the girl?

  • She forgot the time.
  • She came to class late.
  • She mistook the time.
  • She met with an accident.

What's wrong with the girl's mother?

  • She got up late.
  • She missed the bus.
  • She is sick.
  • She went to the field early morning.

What will the teacher probably do next?

  • Punish the girl
  • Let her go back to her seat
  • Tell the girl's parents
  • Tell the headmaster

Listen to a conversation between a librarian and a student at the library.

Then answer the questions.

What problem does the boy have?

  • He can't find the reserve room.
  • He can't find his syllabus.
  • He can't find a book.
  • He can't find his sociology notebook.

What does "reserve" mean?

  • You can only read one chapter of the reserved book.
  • You can find the reserved book at the usual place.
  • You can keep the reserved book for one day.
  • You can only read the reserved book in the library.

Why did the professor place the book on reserve?

  • Because the book is very expensive
  • Because he didn't want anyone to read it
  • Because he wanted everyone to read it
  • Because he had bought the book

What will the boy probably do next?

  • Go to reserve room
  • Leave the library
  • Read other books
  • Go to a book store

Listen to a conversation between two friends at a bus stop.

Then answer the questions.

What did the boy do last night?

  • He studied for a test.
  • He met with a friend.
  • He watched a game.
  • He went to bed early.

What did the girl think of India's victory?

  • She thought it unbelievable
  • She thought they deserved it.
  • She thought it was sheer luck.
  • She thought it was an easily earned victory.

What did the boy think was the reason why the Pakistan lost?

  • The mistake of batsman
  • The skill of bowlers
  • The target for them
  • The captain's knock

What agreement did they reach?

  • 223 was not easy for Pakistan to reach.
  • Their players needed more practice in fielding.
  • The mistake of batsmen made Pakistan lose.
  • India’s victory was easily earned.

Listen to a conversation between two friends at an exam center.

Then answer the questions.

How did the girl feel before the exam?

  • She felt agitated.
  • She felt happy.
  • She felt excited.
  • She felt relaxed.

What did they think of today’s exam?

  • The girl thought computer science was easy.
  • The boy thought computer science was a little bit difficult.
  • The girl didn’t finish the language paper.
  • The boy thought the language paper was easy.

Which of the following is true?

  • The girl thought the language paper was easy.
  • The boy thought one-mark questions were difficult.
  • The boy thought he would get a high mark.
  • The girl thought synonyms are rather difficult.

What will they probably do next?

  • Enjoy their vacation
  • Find their teacher to ask questions
  • Wait for their marks anxiously
  • Ask other students how they feel

Listen to a teacher talking in a history class.

Then answer the questions.

What's the main idea of the talk?

  • How Watt invented the steam machine
  • The need of having more clothes from traders
  • How the Industrial Revolution influenced people’s lives
  • The way to extract pure iron out of iron ore

Why did the textile trader begin to look for faster and cheaper ways of producing clothes?

  • Steel was getting more and more expensive.
  • England got most of its energy from waterwheels.
  • Factory machines were powered by coal.
  • People began buying more and more goods in the 1700s.

How did people get power before the 18th century?

  • From waterwheels
  • From wind
  • From human power
  • From nature, such as coal

What can be inferred according to the talk?

  • Steam engines are better powered by coke than coal.
  • Fewer people worked in small workshops than in large factories during the Industrial Revolution.
  • The quality of cloth made entirely by hand is better.
  • The Industrial Revolution has negatively influenced people's lives to some extent.

Now you will hear part of a discussion in a philosophy class.

Then answer the questions.

Why does the student always remain silent when she is asked?

  • Because she doesn't like her professor
  • Because she can't give exact answer to the professor
  • Because she is thinking something else
  • Because she can't understand what the professor says

What’s the purpose of the discussion between the professor and the student?

  • To explain why God is good
  • To ensure why we can see God
  • To argue why God exists
  • To discuss whether God exists

Why does the professor mention the senses?

  • He just wants to prove we humans can't touch or see God.
  • He wants to point out that science has problems.
  • He just wants to prove God hasn't existed ever.
  • He doesn't know who created God.

Why does the student still believe in God even though she can't see Him?

  • Because she regards God as a kind of faith
  • Because God has saved many people
  • Because God created Satan
  • Because Satan is evil

Now you will hear a biology teacher talking to a class.

Then answer the questions.

What is “coral"?

  • It’s a kind of large animal.
  • It takes calcium from sea animals.
  • It has an outside skeleton only.
  • It's made up of small sea animals.

What is “colony"?

  • All reefs together are called a colony.
  • Almost all corals living together are called a colony.
  • Creatures living in the shallow water are called a colony.
  • Corals which are colourful are called a colony.

What can we learn from the talk about "coral reef"?

  • It's an underwater mountain.
  • It can grow to avoid any destruction from the ocean.
  • It can't be very large.
  • It grows up from the edge of the volcanoes.

What is the common character of coral reefs?

  • All of them grow fast.
  • All of them are near the coastline.
  • Most of them need warm water.
  • They can't be found where there is sunlight.

What’s the main idea of the talk?

  • To give a general introduction of coral
  • To discuss how coral reefs form
  • Coral reefs must live in shallow water
  • What coral reefs eat to grow

Listen to part of the discussion in a science class.

Then answer the questions.

Why is the girl so angry about the article?

  • Mice are suffering from cancer.
  • She realizes that people are testing drugs on mice.
  • The girl's mom is suffering from cancer.
  • The man doesn't know what has happened.

Why do humans test drugs on mice?

  • Because they want to find the way to cure cancers
  • Because they are cruel
  • Because they feel bothered
  • Because they want to sell drugs

What may be the title for the article?

  • Tests on Mice
  • Cruel Humans
  • The Way Humans Have to Take
  • Poor Mice

What is the main idea of the discussion?

  • To understand why people test drugs on mice
  • To stress the importance of testing drugs on mice
  • To analyse the reason why people test drugs on mice
  • To debate whether we should test drugs on mice