TOEFL Junior Mock Test 2020-2021 #2 - Listening

11/12/2020 8:00:00 AM

Đây là bài thi thử lần 2 cho các em học sinh luyện tập phần thi Listening của Toefl Junior, chuẩn bị sẵn sàng cho vòng 2 cuộc thi Toefl Junior Challenge năm 2020-2021. Bài thi gồm 42 câu hỏi theo đúng cấu trúc chuẩn.

Tìm hiểu lịch TiengAnhK12 tổ chức các đợt thi thử dành cho các học viên tham dự Toefl Challenge 2020-2021 tại đây.

Listen to a school principal speaking over the intercom. 

What is probably true about the travel? 

  • Students must be accompanied by their parents.
  • The school will complete the booking process for their students.
  • Students need to sign their letters of consent to travel.
  • The school will give students a template of the letter of consent.

Listen to a history teacher talking to a class. 

What will the class probably do next? 

  • Analyze history from adults' perspective
  • Study history from children's opinions
  • Collect historical images and facts
  • Check a historical test of the Civil War era

Listen to a school principal announcing over the intercom. 

What is probably true about the travel insurance? 

  • The travel insurance will be provided free of charge by Gibbs Denley insurance services.
  • The travel insurance won't be provided if the students has had another kind of travel insurance.
  • The travel insurance will be automatically cancelled before the course departure date.
  • The travel insurance won't be included in a course with summer boarding courses.

Listen to an art teacher speaking to a class. 

What is the teacher explaining?

  • The nationality of Michael E. Brady
  • The origin of the Dutch boy icon
  • The process for creating paint of a Dutch company
  • The reason why the Dutch boy icon was famous

Listen to an art teacher talking to a class. 

What is the purpose of the talk? 

  • Develop the knowledge of the elements of modern architecture
  • Study the different styles of Greek and modern architecture
  • Broaden the knowledge of students about Greek architecture
  • Introduce the long development history of Greek architecture

Listen to a math teacher talking to a class. 

What is the purpose of the talk? 

  • To tell the students how to add and subtract fractions with like denominators
  • To guide the students how to combine ingredients to make a fall festival cake
  • To teach the students to add fractions with different denominators
  • To discuss a cooking activity in which students will make special cakes

Listen to a science teacher speaking to a class

What will the class probably do next? 

  • Develop a mindmap about Edison's role in the electrification
  • Collect information about the main features of Edison's sound recordings
  • Research on significant achievements in the entire life of Edison
  • Create a timeline of important milestones and inventions in Edison's life

Listen to a principle speaking over the intercom.

What is probably true about the children arriving from overseas? 

  • They have the right to study at any school in Britain.
  • They can attend in maintained schools without tuition fee.
  • They may be requested to clarify their status at school.
  • They must be accepted right of abode certificate, passport or entry visa.

Listen to a culture teacher speaking to her class. 

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To discuss the effects of global change
  • To explain how climate models are developed and used
  • To study current scientific research of climate predictions
  • To argue about projected future warming

Listen to a math teacher talking to the students. 

What is the purpose of the talk? 

  • To explain the process of adding numbers
  • To point out the benefits of dinosaur math
  • To help students to like maths more
  • To figure out difficult math problems

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

Then answer the questions.

What kind of book does the girl want?

  • A picture book
  • A nonfiction book
  • A fiction book
  • A history book

Which is NOT the thing the librarian does for the girl?

  • Look up the required book on the computer
  • Note down the call number for the student
  • Find the book for the student
  • Choose a book for the student

What is true about this book?

  • This book can be borrowed for four weeks.
  • The fine for late return is $0.10 per day.
  • People can borrow this book with $0.10.
  • This book is written by a girl.

What will the girl do next? 

  • Read the book carefully
  • Skim through the book
  • Borrow another book
  • Bring the book back

Listen to a conversation between two students at home. 

Then answer the questions.

What is the girl going to do?

  • Go swimming in the pool
  • Fly her kite in the park
  • Build model trains and cars
  • Play the guitar at home

What does the boy like to do?

  • Build model trains and play the piano
  • Fly a kite with his friends in the park
  • Play the guitar and sing at home
  • Go for a walk alone in the park

What kind of hobbies does the girl have? 

  • Play the piano and swim
  • Play with model trains and cars
  • Play the guitar and sing
  • Play some music with friends

What is the girl's attitude towards outdoor activities?

  • She feels interested in outdoors.
  • She hates joining outdoors.
  • She can't stand outdoors.
  • She is indifferent to outdoors.

Listen to a conversation between two friends at a playground. 

Then answer the questions.

How many sports is the girl keen on?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Which sport does the boy often play with his dog?

  • skateboard
  • tennis
  • frisbee
  • roller-skating

Which sport is NOT a winter sport?

  • Roller-skating
  • Ice-skating
  • Skiing
  • Tubing

Where will the boy go?

  • his house
  • the park
  • his school
  • the playground

Listen to a phone conversation between two friends. 

Then answer the questions.

What are they talking about?

  • The kind heart of a poor woman
  • The story about the golden gooseberries
  • The childhood of Adi Shankara in Kalati
  • The miracle of sincere prayer

Why did the woman give Adi a piece of dry gooseberry?

  • Because she had plenty of gooseberry.
  • Because she wanted Adi to pray for her.
  • Because she was a kind-hearted woman.
  • Because she wanted Adi to get out of her house.

Why does the boy want to pray as Adi did?

  • Because he wants to show the girl a miracle.
  • Because he has never prayed before.
  • Because he wants to prove the magic's existence.
  • Because he wants a miracle to happen to him.

What can we learn from the story? 

  • The sincere prayers make miracles happen.
  • There is no power behind prayers.
  • Miracles will happen to everyone.
  • There is an evidence that miracles exist.

Now you will hear a speaker talking to a class on a trip to Central Park. 

Then answer the questions.

What is the main topic of the speech?

  • Unique design of bridges in Central Park
  • Great geopraphic features of Central Park
  • Sports facilities in Central Park
  • Bird-watching route of Central Park

Where do statues locate in the Central Park?

  • All over the park
  • In the lower half of the park
  • In the higher half of the park
  • In the center of the park

If you want to take a sunbath, where should you go to?

  • The Ramble
  • The Bethesda Terrace
  • The Oval Lawn
  • The Sheep Meadow

Which is true about the Bow Bridge?

  • It is the longest bridge in Central Park.
  • It is 15 meters 60 feet long.
  • It is made of cast-iron.
  • It is near the Bethesda Terrace.

Listen to a teacher talking in a history class. 

Then answer the questions.

What's the main idea of the talk? 

  • The women’s liberation movement in the 1960s
  • Revolution in many aspects of life in the 1960s
  • The civil rights movement in the US in the 1960s
  • The collapse of American politics in the 1960s

What can be inferred from the talk about women?  

  • In the 1960s, women in the US had much fewer rights than before.
  • Before the 1960s, the number of women focusing on their careers was small.
  • After the 1960s, women still got a social inferior status.
  • Before the 1960s, women could have as many children as they wanted.

Where was Martin Luther King killed? 

  • California
  • Africa
  • Tennessee
  • Dallas

Why did the young people in the 1960s have weird fashion styles?

  • To establish the new mainstream values in Europe
  • To object to society and mainstream values
  • To criticize the recovery and rebuilding
  • To follow the strange dressing trends

Now you will hear a speaker talking to a class on a trip to Dubai. 

Then answer the questions.

What did most of the locals NOT do in Dubai in the early 20th century?

  • Doing business
  • Raising animals
  • Being fishermen
  • Being merchants

What brings the most annual income for Dubai?

  • Oil trading
  • Business
  • Fishing
  • Tourism

What is the common feature of population in Dubai? 

  • Maintain a slow pace of life
  • Prefer to live in native islands
  • Come from different nations
  • Do not focus on architecture

What do the native people think of the city's change? 

  • They are pleased with the speed of the city's growth.
  • They are worried about the speed of the city's growth.
  • They are indifferent to the speed of the city's growth.
  • They are annoyed with speed of the city's growth.

Now you will hear a speaker talking to a class on a trip to Vanuatu.

Then answer the questions.

What is the main topic of the talk? 

  • Introduction of adventure activities on Vanuatu's islands
  • Introduction of breath-taking landscapes of Vanuatu's islands
  • Description of the volcanic eruption on Vanuatu's islands
  • Description of snorkeling and sea kayaking on Vanuatu's islands

Who takes volcano surfing? 

  • Only island locals
  • Foreign visitors and domestic visitors
  • Only visitors
  • Both island natives and tourists

Which is true about volcano surfing?

  • Volcano surfing only allows locals to take part in.
  • Volcano surfing's goal is to catch flying rocks.
  • Volcano surfing is completely similar to sea surfing.
  • Volcano surfing is a wonderful adventure sport.

When did land diving begin? 

  • Since 15 years ago
  • Since 1500 years ago
  • Since 500 years ago
  • Since 15th century