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Below is an example of what you'll hear during the Listening section of the test. The content on screen corresponds to the audio players throughout the. You can also view the transcript for each item by clicking the link beneath the player.
As you're going through the questions, select the appropriate answer for each by clicking on it. When you have answered all the questions, click "Show all answers" at the end of the to highlight the correct answer for each question. In the Listening Comprehension section of the test, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to understand spoken English. There are 3 parts to this section with special directions for each part. Answer all the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied by the speakers in this test. Directions: For each question in Part A, you will hear a short sentence.
The sentence will be spoken just one time. The sentences you hear will not be written out for you. After you hear each sentence, read the four choices on the screen and decide which one is closest in meaning to the sentence you heard. Then select the best answer by clicking on it. The woman said, "Please turn in the key to your room before you leave. Therefore, the correct choice is C. For each question in Part A, you will hear a short sentence. After you hear each sentence, read the 4 choices on the screen and decide which 1 is closest in meaning to the sentence you heard.
Directions: In Part B, you will hear short conversations between 2 people. After each conversation, you will hear a question about what was said. You will hear each conversation and question only 1 time. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the 4 possible answers on the screen and select the best answer by clicking on it. You learn from the conversation that the woman is supposed to meet her sister at the train station.
The best answer to the question "What will the woman probably do next? In Part B you will hear short conversations between 2 people. Directions: In Part C of the test, you will hear longer conversations and talks. After each conversation or talk, you will hear some questions. You will hear the conversations and talks and the questions about them only 1 time. They will not be written out for you. After you hear a question, read the 4 possible answers on the screen and select the best answer by clicking on it.
Answer the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied by the speakers in the talks or conversations. Woman Last class we looked at the nests of various species of birds. Today I want to look at some species of birds that don't build their own nests.
These are called parasite birds. As you remember, a parasite is an organism that lives off of another organism. So these birds lay their eggs in the nests of other bird species and let the other birds raise their young. One type of parasite bird is the cowbird. The cowbird is what we call a generalized parasite because it will lay its eggs in any available nest. The cowbird eggs hatch sooner than other eggs in the nest. Because the cowbird eggs hatch first, and because cowbird chicks are larger than most other baby birds, they're better able to compete for food.
Since the young cowbirds get more food, they have a better chance of survival than the other chicks do. The best answer to the question "What is the talk mainly about? The best answer to the question "What does the professor say about cowbirds' eggs?
In Part C of the test, you will hear longer conversations and talks. Woman Yeah, I've talked to some of my friends who are club members. They especially enjoyed the club's field trips last year. Woman Yeah… There's one thing. I volunteer to tutor some primary school students in math on Mondays.
Woman Not really. The tutoring counts toward the community service requirement for graduation. And the way the school set up the program, Mondays are for math, so I have to be there. Man Well, it should be OK. After all, not everyone comes to every meeting. Even if you can only come once a week, I think you'll still enjoy the club. Woman : Icebergs are huge chunks of ice that have broken off from glaciers and fallen into the ocean.
Because they come from glaciers, icebergs are made up of freshwater, which is full of nutrients. As icebergs melt, the nutrients from the freshwater enter the ocean. These nutrients provide food for fish of all sizes, who come to feed around the iceberg. Holes in the iceberg provide places for fish to escape from predators, such as seabirds. While icebergs can help provide a great habitat for fish, they can make life difficult for other animals.
For example, huge icebergs near Antarctica sometimes block the path of penguins as they try to migrate from one location to another in order to find food.
By the way, this weekend there's a great documentary about icebergs on TV, so please watch it. We'll discuss it in class next week. Listening Comprehension Sample Questions. Level 2, Section 1 Below is an example of what you'll hear during the Listening section of the test. Listen to an example.
On the recording, you hear: Woman Please turn in the key to your room before you leave. On the screen, you read: Please lock your room when you leave. Turn the key to the left to room. Please return your room key before leaving. You must leave your room by four o'clock. Woman I finished the asment a week ago. Man Anne rides her bike to work to save money on bus fare. Woman Alex will call before he comes over, won't he? On the recording, you hear: Man Don't you have to meet your sister at the train station tonight? Woman Oh, I almost forgot!
I'd better hurry! Narrator What will the woman probably do next? On the screen, you read: Visit her sister's house Give the man a ride Go to the train station Check the time You learn from the conversation that the woman is supposed to meet her sister at the train station. Woman Matthew wants to know if he can get a ride with us to the party. Man That's odd. This morning he said he'd be driving there himself. Narrator What does the man mean? Man Sarah's been home sick for a week.
Woman Why don't we stop by and find out how she's feeling? Narrator What does the woman mean? Woman The speaker we invited to our economics club meeting last night was fantastic. Man That's what I heard. I'm sorry I missed it. Here is an example. On the recording, you hear: Narrator Listen to a professor talking in a biology class.
Now listen to a sample question. Narrator What is the talk mainly about? On the screen, you read: A bird that lays its eggs in other birds' nests How different birds' eggs are formed How cowbirds build their nests Feeding habits of cowbirds The best answer to the question "What is the talk mainly about?
Now listen to another sample question. Narrator What does the professor say about cowbirds' eggs? On the screen, you read: They are smaller than other birds' eggs. They are more colorful than other birds' eggs. They break more easily than other birds' eggs.
They hatch sooner than other birds' eggs. Listen to part of a conversation between a student and a professor. Woman Hi, I'd like to the school's math club. Man Wonderful. We have some great activities planned for this year. Man So… you probably know that we meet every Monday and Thursday. Man Ahhh… I see. Woman Yeah. Is that OK? If I only come on Thursdays? Man Is it possible to change your tutoring day?
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