Toefl Junior Practice Test 16 - Listening (có giải thích đáp án chi tiết)

11/30/2020 4:57:00 PM

Listen to a music teacher speaking to a class.

What does the teacher want the students to do?

  • Listen to more popular music every day
  • Explore sheet music and do more analysis
  • Read more books about sociology
  • Write more original lyrics

Listen to a librarian speaking to students.

What does the librarian want the students to do?

  • Repair some damaged library books
  • Have many classes in the library
  • Not damage the books in the library
  • Use the library as much as possible

Listen to a teacher talking to a class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To tell the students where they can buy the seeds
  • To tell the students where they should plant the seeds
  • To tell the students how to distinguish different seeds
  • To tell the students to plant tree seeds

Listen to a science teacher speaking to a class.

What is probably true about hurricanes?

  • Hurricanes have winds of at most 74 miles per hour.
  • Hurricanes gather heat and energy through contact with cold ocean waters.
  • Hurricanes are severe tropical storms.
  • Hurricanes never come to land.

Listen to a culture teacher speaking to her class.

What will the students probably do next?

  • Pretend to be a character to write feedback
  • Browse the online library
  • Demonstrate their view on the whiteboard
  • Write a short analysis with information from the online library

Listen to a history teacher speaking to a class.

Why is the teacher talking about the Middle East?

  • To introduce three kinds of religions in the world
  • To teach the students about a region with multiple dimensions
  • To give the students some reasons behind the conflicts there
  • To tell the students why Israel became an independent nation

Listen to a biology teacher speaking to a class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To let the students guess what will happen if the cattle graze in the rainforest
  • To ask the students to write a letter to farmers based on some theories
  • To inquire some information about the ecosystem from farmers
  • To warn the farmers about the effect on their cattle if the cattle graze in the rainforest

Listen to a principal speaking over the intercom.

Why does the principal give this talk?

  • To tell the students what the hot lunch program is and how to order it
  • To help the students know where to buy and eat hot lunch
  • To tell the students what they should eat at lunch time every day
  • To ask the students to tell their parents what they should eat for lunch

Listen to a teacher announcing to the students.

What is probably NOT true about the announcement?

  • 6th graders will take two exams.
  • 7th graders will take two exams.
  • 8th graders will take four exams.
  • All tests are given at the same time.

Listen to a history teacher talking to a class. 

What point does the speaker make about an American?

  • Americans derive from Europeans.
  • Americans exist before Europeans.
  • Americans are more industrious than Europeans.
  • The characteristics of Americans were the same as Europeans.

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

Then answer the questions.

Why does the girl ask about the price of the bus fare?
  • The price has changed for a long time.
  • She is planning to take the bus back and forth.
  • She can borrow the money from the boy.
  • She is afraid of not having enough charge.
Why does the boy visit his family without notifying them?
  • He wants to find the place by himself.
  • He just wants to give a surprise to them.
  • He knew the directions before.
  • He hasn't contacted them for a long time.
Why does the girl want to take her brother to the bar?
  • She wants to have a good chat with her brother.
  • She wants to borrow some money to go back home.
  • She wants to ask what kinds of flowers her sister likes.
  • She doesn't mention it.

Listen to a conversation between two students.

Then answer the questions.

What is the main topic of the conversation?
  • The book the students want to read
  • The movie the students love to watch
  • The types of movies
  • The reason to watch horror films
Why does the boy love to watch horror films?
  • Because they are imaginary and help people break loose
  • Because they are much cheaper than other types of films
  • Because the girl persuades him to watch them with her
  • Because they are based on short stories that are real
What can be inferred about the students' interests in movies?
  • Only the boy loves horror movies.
  • They all love romance films.
  • They have similar taste in movies.
  • They both prefer action movies.
What will the boy probably do next?
  • He will go to a theater to watch a movie.
  • He will go home to have a rest.
  • He will go on a date with the girl.
  • He will leave for a bookstore to buy a book.

Listen to a conversation between a librarian and a student.

Then answer the questions.


What are they talking about?
  • Where the boy put his book
  • Why many students leave their books in carrels
  • Why the professor put the book on reserve
  • How to use the school library

What does the boy think about the students who didn't put the books back to the shelves?

  • He is wondering what happened to those students.
  • He thinks they lend books and read there for long hours.
  • He thinks students do it on purpose.
  • He thinks maybe students have no time to put the book back.

Why is the boy so sure that the book hasn't been checked out?

  • Because it is put on reserve for many students to read.
  • Because he gave the book to other students to read in the carrel.
  • Because he mistook the book for another science book.
  • Because his professor put it back to the Science Reading Room.
Why does the girl ask for the name of the author?
  • The name must be printed on the cover of each book.
  • She can look it up on Google Scholar.
  • The boy stresses the name for several times.
  • She is familiar with some authors.

Listen to a conversation between two friends at school.

Then answer the questions.

What are the two students talking about?
  • They are talking about the students whom they don't like.
  • They are considering improving the environment.
  • They are complaining about the air conditioning.
  • They are talking about their classroom.
Why does the boy suggest the desks should be placed to face the teacher's desk?
  • The teacher can hear the students more easily.
  • It is ordered by the headmaster.
  • He thinks that would be better.
  • It's a tradition for all classrooms.

Which is NOT the thing the students want to change in the classroom?

  • The board
  • The desks
  • The air-conditioner
  • The chairs

Why do the students want to have more breaks?

  • Because they spend too much time in the classroom.
  • Because they want to leave school.
  • Because they're in classroom for less than 6 hours a day.
  • Because they can't concentrate on their lessons.

Listen to a teacher talking in a history class.

Then answer the questions.

How did the place get the name of Silk Road?
  • It was the origin of today's Chinese trade.
  • Each trader wore silk when they walked along it.
  • It was the only way to trade silk with other countries.
  • The silk was traded along it by the early Chinese.
What does the sentence "Only the emperor, his family and his highest advisers were allowed to wear clothes made of silk" imply?
  • Ordinary people couldn't afford such clothes.
  • Ordinary people didn’t know where they can buy silk.
  • Ordinary people didn’t know anything about silk at all.
  • Silk symbolizes the authority of the emperor.
Why was the journey so dangerous?
  • Because of many fierce animals and scary plants that travelers could encounter.
  • Because there were a lot of robbers on the way to the arrival destinations.
  • Because of different kinds of landscapes and extreme weather conditions.
  • Because people didn't have enough means of transportation to carry goods.

Why did religion, languages and diseases also spread along the Silk Road?

  • People attached them to their goods when traveling.
  • People from different countries went along the Silk Road together.
  • There were many people who taught different languages along the road.
  • If people wanted to go along the road, they had to learn a religion.

Now you will hear part of a radio program.

Then answer the questions.

Which is true about weight?
  • Weight doesn’t change as you move above or below the Earth's surface.
  • Weight is the same as mass.
  • Weight will not change if you are in a spaceship.
  • The unit of weight is not the kilogram.
What can be inferred from the program?
  • Gravitational acceleration is the same everywhere in the universe.
  • Weight is force.
  • Different places on the Earth have different gravitational acceleration.
  • Mass is force.
Which is true about mass?
  • Mass is weight.
  • Mass is measured in newtons.
  • Mass undergoes no change when you leave the Earth.
  • If you weigh 50 kg, your mass is 490 newtons.
Why can we experience weight on the Earth?
  • The ground pushes up against our feet.
  • We push down the Earth.
  • Gravity pulls us up.
  • Mass will never change.

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

Then answer the questions.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To entertain the class with some stories
  • To discuss the bad sides of where they are going
  • To remind the class of a place they had gone before
  • To introduce the city they're visiting

What does the speaker suggest the class NOT do in San Jose?

  • Walk alone during the night
  • Swim in the sea
  • Sit by the beach
  • Talk to strangers

When can the class learn about the offers that the tour company is giving?

  • Right away
  • This afternoon
  • Next morning
  • Tomorrow afternoon

Why does the speaker mention different kinds of currency?

  • To tell the class what currencies they can use
  • To teach the class different cultures
  • To ask for tips
  • To remind the class not to lose money

Where is the class going to arrive in a while? 

  • A school
  • A hotel
  • A company
  • A village

Listen to part of the discussion in a science class.

Then answer the questions.

How was the girl's visit to her uncle?
  • She thought it was difficult for her.
  • She didn't want to go anymore.
  • She wasn’t accustomed to the environment.
  • She enjoyed the things and animals there.
Which is NOT the way for the girl's uncle to learn about lizards?
  • He is a biologist.
  • He watches them pretty carefully.
  • He has cultural knowledge.
  • He learned from the elders.

What is true about the man’s aunt?

  • She lives in Arnhem Land.
  • She has done some work with a lizard scientist.
  • She have a trip to the bush for a long time.
  • She catches the goannas to eat.
What should a scientist be like according to the girl?
  • They should do some research on pure knowledge.
  • They should be curious about the world.
  • They must use their knowledge.
  • They must try to save endangered animals.