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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Contoh Soal Listening TOEFL Beserta Audio MP3 Kunci Jawaban (Complete Test 1 Longman)

Contoh Soal Listening TOEFL Beserta Audio MP3 Kunci Jawaban (Complete Test 1 Longman)

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Kunci Jawaban Complete Test One - Longman Paper
Kunci Jawaban Complete Test One - Longman Paper

COMPLETE TEST ONE
SECTION 1
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
Time—approximately 35 minutes
(including the reading of the directions for each part)
In this section of the test, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to understand conversations and talks in English. There are three 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 you hear. Do not take notes or write in your test book at any time. Do not turn the pages until you are told to do so.
Part A
Directions: In Part A you will hear short conversations between two people. After each conversation, you will hear a question about the conversation. The conversations and questions will not be repeated. After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

Listen to an example.
On the recording, you will hear:
(man)               That exam was just awful.
(woman)           Oh, it could have been worse.
(narrator)         What does the woman mean?
In your test book, you will read: (A) The exam was really awful.
                                                  (B) It was the worst exam she had ever seen.
                                                  (C) It couldn’t have been more difficult.
                                                  (D) It wasn’t that hard.
You learn from conversation that the man thought the exam was very difficult and that the woman disagreed with the man. The best answer to the question, “What does the woman mean?” is (D), “It wasn’t that hard.” Therefore, the correct choice is (D).

1. A. Carla does not live very far away.
    B. What Carla said was unjust.
    C. He does not fear what anyone says.
    D. Carla is fairly rude to others.
2. A. She thinks it’s an improvement.
    B. The fir trees in it are better.
    C. It resembles the last one.
    D. It is the best the man has ever done.
3. A. He graduated last in his class.
    B. He is the last person in his family to graduate.
    C. He doesn’t believe he can improve gradually.
    D. He has finally finished his studies.
4. A. He thought the dress was so chic.
    B. He was surprised the dress was not expensive.
    C. He would like to know what color dress it was.
    D. The dress was not cheap.
5. A. Leave the car somewhere else.
    B. Ignore the parking tickets.
    C. Add more money to the meter.
    D. Pay the parking attendant.
6. A. He does not like to hold too many books at one time.
    B. There is no bookstore in his neighborhood.
    C. It’s not possible to obtain the book yet.
    D.He needs to talk to someone at the bookstore.
7. A. It was incomplete.
    B. It finished on time.
    C. It was about honor.
    D. It was too long.
8. A. She needs to use the man’s notes.
    B. Yesterday’s physics class was quite boring.
    C. She took some very good notes in physics class.
    D. She would like to lend the man her notes.
9.  A. It’s her birthday today.
     B. She;s looking for a birthday gift.
     C. She wants to go shopping with her dad.
     D. She wants a new wallet for herself.
10. A. He took a quick trip.
      B. The big boat was towed through the water.
      C. There was coal in the water.
      D. He didn’t go for a swim.
11. A. She just left her sister’s house.
      B. Her sister left the sweater behind.
      C. She believes her sweater was left at her
           sister’s house.
      D. She doesn’t know where her sister lives.
12. A. She doesn’t have time to complete additional reports.
      B. She cannot finish the reports that she is already working on.
      C. She is scared of having responsibility for the reports.
      D. It is not time for the accounting reports to be compiled.
13. A. He’s had enough exercise.
      B. He’s going to give himself a reward for the hard work.
      C. He’s going to stay on for quite some time.
      D. He would like to give the woman an exercise machine as a gift.
14. A. He cannot see the huge waves.
      B. The waves are not coming in.
      C. He would like the woman to repeat what she said.
      D. He agrees with the woman.
15. A. The exam was postponed.
      B. The man should have studied harder.
      C. Night is the best time to study for exams.
      D. She is completely prepared for the exam
16. A. Students who want to change schedules should form a line.
      B. It is only possible to make four changes in the schedule.
      C. Its is necessary to submit the form quickly.
      D. Problems occur when people don’t wait their turn.
17. A. In a mine.
      B. In a jewelry store.
      C. In a clothing store.
      D. In a bank.
18. A. A visit to the woman’s family.
      B. The telephone bill.
      C. The cost of a new telephone.
      D. How far away the woman’s family lives
19. A. She hasn’t met her new boss yet.
      B. She has a good opinion of her boss.
      C. Her boss has asked her about her impressions of the company.
      D. Her boss has been putting a lot of pressure on her.
20. A. The recital starts in three hours.
      B. He intends to recite three different poems.
      C. He received a citation on the third of the month.
      D. He thinks the performance begins at three.
21. A. Choose a new dentist.
      B. Cure the pain himself.
      C. Make an appointment with his dentist.
      D. Ask his dentist about the right way to brush.
22. A. It is almost five o’clock.
      B. The man doesn’t really need the stamps.
      C. It is a long way to the post office.
      D. It would be better to go after five o’clock.
23. A. The article was placed on reserve.
      B. The woman must ask the professor for a copy.
      C. The woman should look through a number journals in the library.
      D. He has reservations about the information in the article.
24. A. He needs to take a nap.
      B. He hopes the woman will help him to calm down.
      C. The woman just woke him up.
      D. He is extremely relaxed.
25. A. She doesn’t think the news report is false.
      B. She has never before reported on the news.
      C. She never watches the news on television.
      D. She shares the man’s opinion about the report.
26. A. Management will offer pay raises on Friday.
      B. The policy has not yet been decided.
      C. The manager is full of hot air.
      D. The plane has not yet landed.
27. A. He doesn’t believe that it is really snowing.
      B. The snow had been predicted.
      C. The exact amount of snow is unclear.
      D. He expected the woman to go out in the snow.
28. A. She’s going to take the test over again.
      B. She thinks she did a good job on the exam.
      C. She has not yet taken the literature exam.
      D. She’s unhappy with how she did.
29. A. The door was unlocked.
      B. It was better to wait outside.
      C. He could not open the door.
      D. He needed to take a walk.
30. A. He nailed the door shut.
      B. He is heading home.
      C. He hit himself in the head.
      D. He is absolutely correct.

Part B
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear longer conversations. After each conversation, you will hear several questions. The conversations ad questions will not be repeated.
After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book and select the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter for the answer you have chosen. Remember, you are not allowed to take notes or write in your test book.

31. A. The haircut is unusually short.
      B. This is Bob’s first haircut.
      C. Bob doesn’t know who gave him the haircut.
      D. After the haircut. Bob’s hair still touches the floor.
32. A. It is just what he wanted.
      B. He enjoys having the latest style.
      C. He dislikes it immensely.
      D. he thinks it will be cool in the summer.
33. A. A broken mirror.
      B. The hairstylist.
      C. The scissors used to cut his hair
      D. Piles of his hair.
34. A. “You should become a hairstylist.”
      B.  “Please put it back on.”
      C. “It’ll grow back.”
      D. “It won’t grow fast enough.”
35. A. Every evening.
      B. Every week.
      C. Every Sunday.
      D. Every month.
36. A. That she was eighty-five years old.
      B. That a storm was coming.
      C. That she was under a great deal of pressure.
      D. That she wanted to become a weather forecaster.
37. A. In her bones.
      B. In her ears.
      C. In her legs.
      D. In her head.
38. A. Callhis great-grandmother less often.
     B. Watch the weather forecasts with his great-grandmother.
     C.  Help his great-grandmother relieve some of her pressures.
     D. Believe his great-grandmother’s predictions about the weather.

Part C
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several talks. After each talk, you will hear some questions. The talks and questions will not be repeated.
After you hear a question, you will read the four possible answers in your test book and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

Here is an example.
On the recording, you will hear:
(narrator) Listen to an instructor talk to his class about painting.
(man) Artist Grant Wood was a gilding force in the school of painting known as American regionalist, a style reflecting the distinctive characteristics of art from rural areas of the United States. Wood began drawing animals on the family farm at the age of three, and when he was thirty-eight one of his paintings received a remarkable amount of public notice and acclaim. This painting, called “American Gothic,” is a starkly simple depiction of serious couple staring directly out at the viewer.

Now listen to a sample question.
(narrator) What style of painting is known as American regionalist?
In your test book, you will read:
A. Art from America’s inner cities.
B. Art from the central region of the United States.
C. Art from various urban areas in the United States.
D. Art from rural section of America.
The best answer to the question “What style of painting is known as American regionalist?” is (D), “Art from rural section of America.” Therefore, the correct choice is (D).

Now listen to another sample question.
(narrator) What is the name of Wood’s most successful painting?
In your test book, you will read:
A. American Regionalist.
B. The Family Farm in Iowa.
C. American Gothic.
D. A serious Couple.
The best answer to the question “What is the name of Wood’s most successful painting?” is (C), “American Gothic.” Therefore, the correct choice is (C).
Remember, you are not allowed to take notes or write in your test book.

39. A. In a car.
      B. On a hike.
      C. On a tram.
      D. In a lecture hall.
40. A. It means they have big tears.
      B. It means they like swim.
      C. It means they look like crocodiles.
      D. It means they are pretending to be sad.
41. A. They are sad.
      B. They are warming themselves.
      C. They are getting rid of salt.
      D. They regret their actions.
42. A. Taking photographs.
      B. Getting closer to the crocodiles.
      C. Exploring the water’s edge.
      D. getting off the tram.
43. A. Water Sports.
      B. Physics.
      C. American History.
      D. Psychology.
44. A. To cut.
      B. To move fast.
      C. To steer a boat.
      D. To build a ship.
45. A. To bring tea from China.
      B. To transport gold to California.
      C. To trade with the British.
      D. To sail the American river system.
46. A. A reading assignment.
      B. A quiz on Friday.
      C. A research paper for the end of the semester.
      D. Some written homework.
47. A. Writers.
      B. Actors.
      C. Athletes.
      D. Musicians.
48. A. He or she would see butterflies.
      B. He or she would break a leg.
      C. He or she would have shaky knees.
      D. He or she would stop breathing.
49. A. By staring at the audience.
      B. By breathing shallowly.
      C. By thinking about possible negative outcomes.
      D. By focusing on what needs to be done.
50. A. At two o’clock.
      B. At four o’clock.
      C. At six o’clock.
      D.At eight o’clock.

STOP

This is the end of Section 1.

Read the directions for Section 2 and begin work.
Do NOT read or work on any other section 
of the test during the next 25 minutes. 

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