Toefl Junior Practice Test 17 - Listening (có giải thích đáp án chi tiết)

12/28/2020 8:36:00 AM

Listen to an art teacher speaking to his class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To teach students how to use a hammer effectively
  • To instruct students how to make a useful sculpture
  • To stress that adults must be around students when they make a can
  • To explain why students have to paint a can

Listen to a school principal speaking to the students.

What does the principal want to tell the students?

  • Students will meet people from all over the world.
  • Students should honor race.
  • Students of different origins will be treated differently.
  • Students will be treated equally.

Listen to a school principal speaking to a group of students. 

What point does the principal make in his speech?

  • You should work extremely hard if you want to achieve success.
  • It is very difficult to keep balance in life.
  • It is important to renew yourself.
  • Working late is useless.

Listen to an English teacher speaking to her students.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To introduce the second-person perspective
  • To illustrate what are singular and plural forms
  • To introduce writing with three different perspectives
  • To stress that the importance of the third-person perspective

Listen to an announcement from a school principal.

What is probably true about the principal's talk?

  • The performance was held on weekend.
  • Totara class' students received the final award.
  • Some junior children were not present at the performance.
  • The performance was completely held by students.

Listen to a teacher announcing to the students.

What is probably NOT true about the announcement?

  • The tours begin in the morning.
  • The students should meet in the courtyard of the school.
  • Some students will have to stand.
  • Not all students are joining the tours.

Listen to a geography teacher speaking to her class. 

What is the purpose of the talk? 

  • To introduce the ways to learn the properties of rocks and minerals
  • To introduce the properties of rocks and minerals
  • To introduce the difference between rocks and minerals
  • To introduce the ways to discover rocks and minerals

Listen to a history teacher speaking to a class.

What will the students probably do first?

  • Divide into groups
  • Look at photographs
  • Find a connection between the pictures
  • Write a description

Listen to a principal speaking to students and staff.

What is probably true about the principal's talk?

  • The principal is Bob's friend.
  • The construction hasn't finished yet.
  • Everyone is happy to help.
  • They have plenty of tools.

Listen to a culture teacher speaking to his class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To let the students know poetry is nearer to truth
  • To teach the students how to retell a story from their own perspective
  • To teach the students how to interpret primary-source content
  • To teach the students how to accomplish an art assignment

Listen to a conversation between two friends.

Then answer the questions.

Why is the boy calling?
  • He is bored and wants to ask the girl out.
  • He wants to watch TV with the girl.
  • He forgot what his homework is.
  • He wants to talk about the weather today.
When will the two friends probably meet?
  • Next week
  • In the evening
  • Tomorrow
  • In an hour
What will the boy and the girl do after they meet each other?
  • Go camping together
  • Have lunch and then go to a concert
  • Swim in the river
  • Eat lunch and then go hiking

Listen to a conversation between two friends.

Then answer the questions.

What are the speakers talking about?

  • A church
  • A mosque
  • Differences between church and mosque
  • Christian festivals
Why is the boy so sure that it is a church?
  • He has seen it many times.
  • The girl has told him before.
  • There is a cross on the top of the tower.
  • He always prays in that church.
According to the conversation, when can people go into the church?
  • Any time if they want
  • Only on weekdays
  • Only on Christmas days
  • Only on Sundays
What can be inferred from the conversation?
  • The church and the mosque are really hard to distinguish.
  • The boy seems to be very familiar with the church.
  • The girl doesn't like to go to the church.
  • The girl loves the mosque more than the church.

Listen to a conversation between two friends at school.

Then answer the questions.

What are they talking about?
  • A concert
  • A popular dress style
  • A music fan club
  • A boy band
What is NOT true about singers of One Direction?
  • They are very handsome.
  • They are famous around the world.
  • They are very talented.
  • They have not had a fan club yet.
What kind of people does the One Direction's fan base consist of?
  • Only teenage girls
  • Teenage girls and boys
  • Teenage girls and adults
  • Teenage boys and adults
What can we infer from the dialogue?
  • Hairy band members receive more welcome.
  • Wider fan base means more clubs.
  • All famous bands must be on the top of the charts.
  • The boy and the girl have their own favorite band.

Listen to a conversation between two friends at school.

Then answer the questions.

What does the boy think of computers?
  • He loves computers.
  • He thinks computers are quite confusing.
  • He hates computers.
  • He doesn’t know anything about computers.
What site does the girl like to visit?
  • Facebook
  • Myspace
  • Social sites
  • Fox News
What kind of computer does the girl have?
  • She has a desktop.
  • She has a laptop.
  • She has a Mac.
  • She has a 12-inch computer.
What's the boy's computer like?
  • It uses Windows.
  • It is a Dell computer.
  • It is 18 inches.
  • It has little memory.

Listen to a teacher talking in a history class.

Then answer the questions.

What does the speaker mainly talk about?
  • Some most dangerous voyages ever
  • How a man succeeded in having great adventures
  • One of the most famous explorers and navigators
  • Some stories about different places
What did Cook do when he was young?
  • He was a captain of an army.
  • He was sent to Canada.
  • He bought a ship from Canada.
  • He studied in France.
Why did Britain send Cook to the South Pacific?
  • To find an unknown place
  • To find someone in Australia
  • To save an endangered animal species
  • To make a map
What was Cook looking for in his last voyage?
  • An island
  • A passage in the north
  • An unknown person
  • Some missing ships

Now you will hear part of a radio program.

Then answer the questions.

What are they talking about?
  • The danger of driving after drinking alcohol
  • The standard of BAC
  • The statistics of drunk drivers on the road
  • The different standards of BAC in different countries
What is a "buzzed" driver?
  • A driver who likes buzzes
  • A driver with alcohol present in the bloodstream
  • A driver who sounds like buzzing bees
  • A driver who will be blamed
Why do they talk about the level of BAC?
  • Every driver has different reaction after drinking alcohol.
  • It will cause severe accidents directly.
  • Drivers who drive after drinking will be blamed.
  • It's the boundary of whether you can drive safely.
What can be inferred from the interview?
  • Every country has the same standard of BAC.
  • Drivers who have alcohol in the bloodstream must not drive.
  • Drivers will not cause an accident when the level of BAC is less than 0.1.
  • Most drivers are afraid of being blamed.

Now you will hear a speaker talking to a class on a tour by the Oasis of the Seas.

Then answer the questions.

How many people can the ship take?
  • 6,200
  • More than 2,000
  • Over 8,200
  • 225,000
Who owns this ship?
  • Finland
  • Royal Caribbean International
  • Florida
  • The USA
Where will the ship go on its first voyage?
  • The Caribbean Sea
  • Finland
  • Florida
  • The Atlantic Ocean
What is the biggest attraction on this ship?
  • The park
  • The swimming pool
  • The movable bar
  • The open-air theater
What's the purpose of the speaker?
  • To tell the class that this ship is very expensive
  • To tell the class how big this ship is
  • To tell the class that it's worth traveling on this ship
  • To tell the class how to book a tour on the ship

Listen to part of the discussion in a camp.

Then answer the questions.

What's wrong with the girl's fire?

  • She can't find any wood to make a campfire.
  • She can't make a bigger fire.
  • She can't find any bigger wood to make a bigger fire.
  • She gets a wrong guide to making a fire.

What does the boy suggest in order to make the fire bigger?

 
  • Finding more bigger wood
  • Finding more twigs
  • Finding more newspapers
  • Finding more tree leaves

What can be inferred about the way to make a bigger fire?

  • You should never put big wood into the fire.
  • It's easier to make bigger fire by putting newspapers under big wood.
  • Using small wood makes the fire bigger more quickly.
  • You can just use big wood to make a bigger fire.
What is the main topic of the conversation?
  • How to make a campfire
  • Where we can find twigs to make a fire
  • Where we can camp during vacation
  • How to ask for help when you camp