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Tài liệu đề thi mẫu Toeic pdf

SECTION 1 - Listening Section
In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand
spoken English. There are four parts to this section, with special directions for each part.
The new TOEIC test features Canadian, British, Australian and U.S. accents. The
number of photo items in Part 1 has been reduced from 20 questions to 10, to allow for
other types of tasks.


1. Listening Comprehension (Part I)

Directions:
For each question, you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear
four short statements. The statements will be spoken just one time. They will not be
printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speaker
says. When you hear the four statements, look at the picture in your test book and choose
the statement that best describes what you see in the picture. Then, on your answer sheet
find the number of the question and mark your answer. Look at the following sample.

Example Question



Now listen to the four statements.

You will hear: Sound player required such as Windows Media Player or other A. They're
looking out of the window.
B. They're having a meeting.
C. They're eating in a restaurant.
D. They're moving the furniture.
Sample Answer
(A) (
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) (C) (D) Statement (B), "They're having a meeting," best
describes what you see in the picture. Therefore, you should choose answer (B).

Question #1
You will see:

1. Look at the picture marked number 1 in your test book.

A. She's speaking into a microphone.
B. She's put on her glasses.
C. She has both eyes open.
D. She's using a microscope.

Question #2

You will see:

2. Look at the picture marked number 2 in your test book.

A. The tables are being moved around.
B. The waiters are wearing white jackets.
C. All the chairs are occupied.
D. The two men are waiting to be seated.

2. Question-Response (Part II)

Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear a question spoken in English, followed
by three responses, also spoken in English. The question and the responses will be spoken
just one time. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to
understand what the speakers say. You are to choose the best response to each question.
Now Listen to the Sample Question
Example Question
You will hear: Good Morning, John. How are you? You will also
hear:
A. I am fine, thank you.
B. I am in the living room.
C. My name is John.

Sample Answer

(
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) (B) (C) The best response to the question "How are you?" is choice (A), "I am fine,
thank you." Therefore, you should choose answer (A).

Question #1
You will hear:

Ms. Morika has worked here for a long time, hasn't she?

A. At three o'clock.
B. No, I've lost my watch.
C. More than ten years.

Question #2
You will hear:
Which of these papers has a wider circulation?

A. The morning edition.
B. Get more exercise.
C. By messenger.

Question #3
You will hear:
Have you ever been to Paris before?

A. No, they don't have it.
B. Only once, about five years ago
C. Yes, there are four of them.

Question #4
You will hear:
Why don't we get something to eat after the meeting?

A. Because we are early.
B. No, we don't.
C. That's a good idea.

Question #5
You will hear:
Has Mr. Garcia given you an assignment, or can you help me for awhile?

A. I'm free all morning.
B. Mr. Garcia's present was very nice.
C. Yes, you can.

3. Short Conversations (Part III)

In the new TOEIC the number of conversations has been reduced from 30 to 10, and each
conversation now has 3 corresponding questions.

Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear short conversations between two
people. The conversations will not be printed in your test book. You will hear the
conversations only once, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers
say. In your test book you will read 3 questions about each conversation. The questions
will be followed by four answers. You are to choose the best answer to each question and
mark it on your answer sheet.
Conversation #1
You will hear:
A: Hello. I ordered a computer desk from your catalog at the beginning of the
month and I haven’t received it yet. Could you look into it for me, please?
B: Certainly, sir. Do you have your order number, by any chance?
A: Yes, it’s 481-6490 [four-eight-one-six-four-nine-zero].
B: You’re Mr. Donaldson, right? Well, according to my records, it left our
warehouse on Monday – that was the fifth of May – so it should be delivered to you
tomorrow.

Question 1
(Recorded and printed)
Why did the man telephone the woman? (Printed)
(A) To check on his order
(B) To arrange a delivery time
(C) To cancel his order
(D) To change his order

Question 2
(Recorded and printed)