Toefl Junior Practice Test 19 - Listening (có giải thích đáp án chi tiết)

3/10/2021 5:30:00 PM

Listen to a culture teacher speaking to her class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To ask the students circle the picture they described
  • To illustrate how to interact with the interactive whiteboard
  • To tell the students how to memorize forms of words
  • To introduce the steps of using the interactive whiteboard

Listen to an English teacher speaking to a class.

What will the class probably do next?

  • Think about what they learned
  • Work together to analyze one primary source
  • Investigate the event
  • Look at the photograph

Listen to an English teacher speaking to a class.

What will the students probably do next?

  • They will walk on the field trail.
  • They will have a science class.
  • They will have a geography class.
  • They will race on the field trail.

Listen to a school principal announcing to the students.

What does the principal want to tell the students?

  • An audition program is coming to the school.
  • They should practice their singing.
  • A famous person will come to visit the school.
  • A concert will be held at the school.

Listen to an art teacher speaking to her class.

What point does the speaker make?

  • Stress that only reading history books is not enough
  • Introduce a better way of learning history
  • Tell the students to read classic novels
  • Ask the students to team about the Jazz Age

Listen to an announcement from a school principal. 

What is probably true about the principal's talk?

  • The school has both girls and boys.
  • It was given at a new semester opening ceremony.
  • It was given at a semester ending ceremony.
  • The school does not have a clear goal yet.

Listen to a homeroom teacher talking to a class.

What is the purpose of the talk?

  • To explain that anyone who is absent should go to room 423
  • To stress that anyone who is absent should call the homeroom teacher directly
  • To announce that the students should ask the secretary to get a form
  • To tell what the students should do when they are absent from class

Listen to an art teacher speaking to her class.

Why is the teacher talking about the activity?

  • She wants the students to better understand what a ghost is.
  • She wants to explain more about the meaning of the two words.
  • She wants to make sure the students can draw something.
  • She wants to teach the students how to act as a ghost.

Listen to a teacher announcing to the students.

What is probably NOT true about the announcement?

  • Tests were held at the end of April.
  • Students who get 1 are not required to attend summer school.
  • The 7th-grade test scores can be a part of a student's application.
  • 1 means the student has too many problems to enter the next grade directly.

Listen to a teacher speaking in a club.

What does the teacher want the students to do? 

  • Make more friends
  • Overcome the fear of the society
  • Arrange more activities
  • Attend the club

Listen to a conversation between two friends.

Then answer the questions.

How long haven't the boy and the girl met each other?

  • 2 months
  • 2 weeks
  • 10 days
  • 1 year
What does the girl mean when she says, "l already got sick of it"?
  • Her running machine was broken.
  • She disliked running at home.
  • She felt sick when she was running.
  • She threw away the running machine.
What suggestion does the boy give the girl?
  • Doing exercises in his health club
  • Doing exercises at home
  • Doing exercises outdoors
  • Doing exercises everyday at a gym

Listen to a conversation between a teacher and a student.

Then answer the questions.

Why didn't the girl come to school yesterday?
  • She was ill.
  • She went to her sister's wedding.
  • She had an accident on the way to school.
  • She went on a vacation with her family.
Why didn't the girl send a leave letter?
  • She had no time.
  • She didn't want to.
  • She forgot sending it.
  • She had someone send it for her.

Why didn't she attend evening class?

  • The function ended too late.
  • She couldn't come back in time.
  • She had to follow the newlywed.
  • She forgot about the class.
What does the girl promise she will do?
  • Complete the missing exercises after the class
  • Inform the teacher before she takes a leave
  • Send a letter to the teacher to apologize him
  • Come to school on time hereafter

Listen to a conversation between a man and a girl.

Then answer the questions.

Where does the conversation probably take place?
  • In a library
  • In a bookstore
  • In a class
  • At home
Which is true about the conversation?
  • The girl can take some books.
  • The book that the girl wants is not available.
  • The book that the girl wants is on the third shelf.
  • The girl forgets to bring the old book.
What is wrong with the girl's old book?
  • It is lost.
  • It is overdue.
  • It is broken.
  • It is borrowed by her friend.
What is the girl probably going to do next?
  • Read some newspapers
  • Go and fetch her old book
  • Borrow another book
  • Learn the rules of the library

Listen to a conversation between two friends.

Then answer the questions.

What is the best title of the conversation?
  • Delicious Food Is Coming
  • A Nice Restaurant
  • A Great Place for a Birthday Party
  • Caution for Reservation
Why does the girl call the restaurant?
  • She wants to try the salad.
  • She wants to celebrate her friend’s birthday.
  • She wants to ensure that the restaurant is open.
  • She wants to make a booking in advance.
Why do they want to order the food later?
  • They want to wait for other friends to come.
  • They want to enjoy the atmosphere of the restaurant.
  • They want to eat salad and drink some beverages only.
  • They want to browse the menu first.
Why does the restaurant give away all leftover food?
  • They want to ensure everything served the next day is fresh.
  • They want to give them to the homeless people on the street.
  • The leftover food makes their kitchen dirty and smelly.
  • Some of the food has never been ordered by customers.

Listen to a teacher talking in a history class.

Then answer the questions.

Why did the Jews leave their homeland in the ancient times?
  • Their homeland was attacked and destroyed by a disaster.
  • Arabs came to Palestine and tried to dismiss the Jews.
  • The Jews wanted to go to another place to live and work.
  • The Romans invaded the area and drove the Jews away.

What is true about the Jews?

  • The Turks ruled Palestine and helped the Jews come back there.
  • The Jews found a new land and never wanted to come back to Palestine.
  • The Jews were helped by the British but killed by German Nazis.
  • The Jews who survived after World War II found a place to live peacefully.
Why did 700,000 Palestinians become refugees?
  • They weren't given any land after the UN divided Palestine.
  • They lost their land in the battles with some Arab countries.
  • They were defeated by Great Britain in 1948.
  • Palestine was not suitable to live for humans.
What is the main idea of the talk?
  • How Palestine was created.
  • Palestine once belonged to Great Britain.
  • Jews once lived in Palestine.
  • How the dispute over Palestine started.

Now you will hear part of a radio program.

Then answer the questions.

Why does the woman mention genes?

  • To ask some questions that haven't been answered
  • To raise a debate about whether some genes are good
  • To compare genes to other factors
  • To give an example of how people lose weight

What can we infer about the effect of genes on our body?

  • Less than 50 percent of our body weight is decided by our genes.
  • Our body is a very new one that is irrelevant to our parents' genes.
  • Some people have genes that make them skinny but not good for them.
  • Scientists know exactly how many genes involve and work in our weight.

According to the speakers, why do people still have "fat genes"?

  • Because they are important to our bodies.
  • Because these genes are unable to disappear in our evolution process.
  • Because we need these genes to deal with excessive fat.
  • Because we have not had enough time to evolve a response to them.

Based on the discussion, what is probably true about a fat person?

  • He can't lose weight because it is very dangerous for him.
  • He can't easily lose weight even if he does much exercise.
  • The more exercise he does, the skinner he becomes.
  • He can lose weight more easily than the skinny one.

Now you will hear a speaker talking to a class on a trip to the Great Barrier Reef.

Then answer the questions.

What is the main topic of the introduction?
  • Activities for visitors on a trip to the Great Barrier Reef
  • Different kinds of coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef
  • The rich ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef
  • Some UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Australia

What is the best way to enjoy the dazzling corals?

  • Donning a mask and fins
  • Arranging a boat trip
  • Taking a helicopter
  • Taking a seaplane
What can be inferred about the day trip?
  • It only leaves from island resorts.
  • You'll stay underwater about 3 hours.
  • It stops at only one site.
  • You need pay extra money for lunch.
What is needed most if you want to dive?
  • A helicopter
  • A seaplane
  • A liveaboard boat
  • A scuba for diving
If you want to have a bird's-eye view, what should you do?
  • You should take a boat trip.
  • You should take a helicopter or a seaplane tour.
  • You should prepare knowledge about Airlie Beach.
  • You should climb on a high hill.

Listen to part of the discussion in a science class.

Then answer the questions.

Why do the speakers have this discussion?

  • To learn how to smell things
  • To know the movement of gas
  • To talk about a scientific claim
  • To understand the way we breathe

What's the girl's attitude to the boy's opinion?

  • She understands it.
  • She is unsure.
  • She is surprised.
  • She has no idea.
How did the boy prove his view?
  • By smelling each substance
  • By showing the girl how to breathe
  • By performing an experiment
  • By using daily knowledge
What's the result of this discussion?
  • The boy failed.
  • The original claim was wrong.
  • The teacher was right.
  • Neither of them changed their mind.