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Get to Know the TOEle Test

Before you start practicing for the TOEIC test, it is important to get to know the test. Let's look at the purposeof the TOEIC test as well as its content and format.

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WHAT IS THE

TOEle TEST?

The Te t of EngUsh lor International Communi an (TOEJC®) is an EngUsh langag~ prof len y t 1 r peop vh native language is not English. Ct indica re how well people can c rnmum ~ in ng!' h with other in the global worklace. The test d not requil'1 pecialized knowlrei e or vocabulary, it measures only the kind of EnI' h used m everyday ctiviti .

What is the content of the TOEle test?
The TOElC test was designed to m~t th n of th w(lrking world. The test questrons are developed from mpl of. poken and written language colI ted from v now untries al'OUl'ld the wmld where En' u d in workpla. Test questi ns Include many dilfenmt I>oettingsand itu Hon , as: GtnuRl bu il'less----<()ntrac ,n gotiations, marting, ales, bu lne planning, and (.'tmfl!n!floos Manufilicturing-plant manag 0'1 nt, EI mbly , quallty control i"ance and budgtti'W-b nking, . vestm t, , accounting, biUin

orporat dev lopmtllt-r arch, product development Officl!s-board meetings, comm It S, letter, m rna da, telephone, fa" dJ'Id e-mail m~<,ag ,orfi equipn\l:!flt and furniture, offi e proe ures Pn onnel-r cruitin , hiring, r tirmg, 01-1 ri 'I, prom ti job applicati ns and advertisements Purellll '''g-shopping. ordermg upplies, shiJr ping. tnv ices Teclmical areas-eJ nles, tEchnology, computr ,Ja ral ri nd loll 'lui menl, technical specific ti Ho"si"glcorpo,,"~ prop rty--ronstn,lI:-tilln, 'i cification , buying and renting, lectri nd gil rI

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Dining out-busm and in rmal lunehes, banquets, receptions, restaurant re5eTVatio Entnttdnmm/--c.inema, theill r musi , art, media H aUIt-medlcal insurance, visiting d tors, dent! ,Iini ,h pltals
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O.a,y 1,: Get to Know the TOEIC Te,t
flo>l:"uminl-': dmih..r with till' I,mgudfl .. 11'*'li in ttv-> f s ttin~~ \, II help lO\l in thetest, but please note: • Yuu Ju IIU\ nl'l-d 1" k11Ul SI''' iali.zed busin ..~" ;'IIUJ tcchmcc I H,cabul.uy for til." 11.''''1 • Your kill ~nd knowledg in specialized areas
\\ill n~)1be t .. I -d.

II .. A> df" 'illlTlf> for l,n" In Il'\ I j"'h"ll to the reoord-

ing. look at th picture, and choose til eenect an~I'cr Begin tl reL'UrJing'> II uh 'lrac .. l on CO I; Ltw ~II
dio is th .•n con"''C1Jbv(' \\ ith th" .l<l'rd>;o"!'o
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Wha.t is the fo·rmat of the test?
• I he (OUt 1~~1 iL.....:!11 takl:~ 2 hours to COrrIpLct-' ~m~ ulr.\ tun!..' is needed to C'(lmplclt.' the bio~l'ilFhieaL questions onthe answ er sh -, and lu n~r"nd 1".\ sh )1'1 Ul'l'ohonn.:urp about vour ...;!uranonnl • • /lml work hi~'nr\·. It b J rJF"'r"Jnd-r~II('S1. It t~ .. mulriple-r
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hulc .. It>~t F,'r l';lCn l( Ul'~tl nn, 'rill thl' answe-r that ),011 thl n i~ ITIrn'<C't and 1'1(1[" ii" ith ,J f":n.::il~ 11 you r answer she I • 111.'rc.m: 100 '-I u ",Lil)n~in til • 11.",1. • TIll' 'Jill'" .. [rI~ lrt' ~II\ il.l :.1 into tw 0 mil in "l'I..tiHflS i ·t"nin~ Compreheeston and Readin , Each of lilL"-L' ..cuons b umed separately, Th.. listening ~ (_omprdll:l'oloion ~ , ti nta C!o ppru>;imal 'I ' 45 Inmut~ TIl .. Rl'Jding ection ul«.", 75 minull!:!.. \Ill"' V'IU h.I\'" .. H"lWral id .. a dbuut
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th.. I,>~t. ,,,-

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yvu wil j;!,cl III ki\O\' the tesl in mort' del 11 by .111~Wl'riHg q u~ti{\lb lromthc dlf~ ... l par ol the 1i.'S1. n TIll: .m~\~ 'r~ "I\: 'I.l olf the :nd or til· section

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GET TO KNOW THE OIFFIERENT TYPES
OF QUESTIONS IN THE TeST

Section 1: listening

Comprehension

In thrs se Iion, there are 100 quesnons During the lC>.1, \ ou will lis I n 10 ol I xotdin1. 01 ;l \ arletv 01 ...atl'ml'n~, qUL."tlOru., ~h'lTl eorworsauons, and short t talk!. olnJ IJu!n ...nsw e r .1uestlons based on lh' llstenttl!'!; ....~nwnh. Th"A' ..n- Fnur p-'r"- Irllhi~ ...rtinn. '

Part I: Photographs
Th~ .... ar!! 20 m>stun I~ U'I Ihi~part, For B,]t"h quo>';nun, vou 1\.11 see iJ picture m ) our It''~t beok, and lOU I, ill hear four sh 11 taternents n th.e recording, You have to dlOOSC the sl.ltcmcnllh.al best describes ",11,11Y"u "I..~ in lh e ,pIC tu '.

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Part U; Question-Response
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Th '~ ':11'1.' 10 'Ill ~hu"" In tru.~pert, Ynu 'VIti h 'aT quesh n asked by one peeker, followed by three n."'ron'.{'~ from, noth r 1-"'" ker, You have to ci100'l<' th • In t .IN'roPlldt . response to the question f I"r£> 01......... m e lOr ynu In try I i~1{>11 to ltll> nom rdmg end ,j,OOSl' Ill!! ~llTn>o;:t,ln~\\ cor

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Partin: Short Conversations
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11 urv dn.' 30 ...uesuuns in III ~ p.1rl. For thl~h 'I Ue~yu u wi II hea r a ..tuJrt I;l'm e r<oa ti to n bJi Iwl:'el\ Iwu people, III the II!" I book, you W' I see J qLl stton about thcconversouon and tour chotces. You have to ehoosc tho:! correct aIlS" er to the quesuon 1r<'Il' d n' sorn efor \'(111 to IT), 11"t,>n 10 Ihl n. ... . '.,rd· mg. read the question, and cheese the correct an5\'01 er,

10, Whet· do the speakers 'Iork?
( ) In
ii'

cloHung

..,wn'.

(H) AI a Tlt'W"par,'r office. (C) AI
d Id.W

um,-c.

(D) In oJ biook.~lun'.

II.

How do the speekers think be addn .~?
(A)

me problem

should

By admllt1n~

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l I F1lghl schedu rBI Building. repairs

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Product dev elopmenr,

a m rkf'ting

14. Wlw will the peilJ..-,.. atin II 'LOlfeb~'i ...loday"
(A) \\ , n
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the crdrrect answer,

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(A) i~lf fB)

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of

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pro," inc e has increased by eight I.h I dO'l:dde. I)
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In ccmplienc . with o..:,~nding on Acrordm:-; to

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20. Billn.;:oHrunclli hopos to b.:> ••••• malt office in the ~pring, (A) cho (S) ",1'
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'Part VI: Error Recognition 1"1le-1le re 20 qut>"tlon' In lilis r,lrt Fur ''dch 'lUt.... a uon, you ~IIUIead ~ 5oentooct' thi11 h'l~ fl1ur wurt"!o; llf r phr; ses undeehned The tour lind runed {II th", AAh,nrl' all' marked (A). (8). tC), and (D). You hill tu identifv the (l1'1I? undorhncd word r phrase lhOlti.. incorrect. H re are some for '1JU b1 trv:

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offcring programs d
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(B) Int nd ~ (C) i~ inl"nding

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Part VII: Reading Comprehension Ions a re 11.1oN! on iI sel Iion "r S such <I" nDti , letters, fllnru., nell .-:;no' 01 [tICk.", .1.m.1 ad I' ~fuctllL'ftl~, lowed bJ tw u or mol\' 'I1.1....,. 1".M1
Then: at e ,10 qul!S UOl15 in this seeD Oll, These que.Il'i!.clm~

In ch('Cklng our records. I noticed thllt you .In:! no longer Jisloo es a !;UIT('nt custorneref Kendar Of
fice SuppUes When I called and ~pt'kelt.l your uffin·.miU\iIg,t'f, ,'t'ri [hnil., 1Wdlo informed lhill your .:omp.Uly is now ll~ in)l cne of our cnmpell1or; tor
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Each te"-t j

Ih~ ind" ,d ual w no m.:llu.... all purchasing decisions

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ol5

at BPni &: Benl,

Hen> al¥ some for vou til in" QIl"~lion" 29-~ rr(",r to Ll\o, f lIu\\ illgleller

Davis kindly dl'!>Cti1>L....t ffil' oi llll'· prob 1<!!Il5 Ihall,'I.:I '"u I,) "01' I'd anoth er upplier. I'm p ~'i<"d
t.{...

In 1"I1 yC'lu that K~dw: M m.ol.d m.dI lmprove.... mi'l1t& 10 ih> product h~ and 5o.·....,I.:i! ,and WI.'.lJ'C certain Beoi &. &oni will flJ\d Ih atltacthTe. Wl.' h~, .. illtnl<l~ d '" hol"'n" .... lill...ol offiCt! olI.1d compuler slirpli""', m,lny of whi.-h art' onl a".all a bl e

from "Y mber urrlier, 11'addihOl1, Kt'TIdarnow 11m. the l.a.rgcst ....·a.n:!ho . f .-.cilily in lh> reg; n. H y.QIJ need all)' ad iliolul informathlll, pleaw fl!>.'l fr '\0 (vnloKl m . W.. wt"l urn .. lh .. "pportunily
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Sincerely,
Man e e Ch;lmc.hoy
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For whom is this tier intl."l\ded1 I AI ThE'd iIll'Ctor of &>n j lit. BoI!ni
18) The m.lIlilg' of Kcnd.u Office Supplies

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30. Wllall~ (8) thepu~orth~
UI.!otUDlL'I

I.. tter? wld

(Al TCI wnty To ~i>.ba

.J. fonll",1 comptalnt

IC) Tv inquill:. bout v.Jrehou ~r,!lre (D) To h."Jlon' d busuiess r&tiuru.hip

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Q1Ieslioru; 3.J....J2 refer~IJ the

k,lJowinl;

lnforma-

3l.

Wh ich topic
fA) (8)

WI

l be COl cred on the

xond d,,, '

ti n. Bectrleal Safety Requir~m nts and Procedures

I\lJJdlin .. rv installation

guiJdin.._...,

EquTpm\'nl
Po!

lTlalnt~'niln.: ••mJ repair

All' Ujrto-CMr. lrrlColl'rn" Two..Duy 5t1l1rrwr first Dily 1. tntrod .. :tion In S:lldv ~1J.ndard. u 2, Conducting 3. 4. 5.
6. 32.

( ) l la lard(lu~ wast ' di~f'l"'" 1
ID) nnel man g.-men lcchniquc- 'min,.1r?

Wh.ll h .J Stoll ~ ad \·.. 1J.!l' 01 th, In

I ) T11l' tfilln[nt-; i.. Ol1l'fl'd fn... ot ch.t'l\I!. ·
(8)

Electrkal tnspecnons

Electrical

Ila;.o:ard.., Clrcuil'> or Parts

Recordings uf the ParllCI pants WIll

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can be
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Trainlng Requirements Workmg on
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YOUR FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF .QUESTIONS

SEcond

1.
2.

Personal Pro tection
Sc>rvlclngllf E[('Ctl1(al Equipment B 'Inn: you ,hl't.lo.. )UUT .J"'~\H·"", tlink

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Clearance O' ,ance
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6. T~t Equlpm 7. Protective

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quipmem

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1'1,'11.'

harder

It,r \, ru lh.w

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based

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Lju"",,hom, fnr a r"rtu'ular IyJX> of quI" non, -

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The TO I te I I designed 10 test candidetes' knowledge ,of the spocioHzcd vOGlbulary used In busmess and comrnerc .
9.

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1hi" k·,~0(1 h,,~ gi\'l>11 '011 an introduchon to ~he IllF I( teo;.t and ~n flPper mn ily to try '5<001 e Sol mple question \\,ilh,-,ul 10l' irlg b, •... al the inlllrmilLiun ~\ en, I mJ ou 1hUI\ mu ..h 'uu know about th .. b,,~t. : Di'ecI1(1II~; R.I:'rld ti,e statl.'IIII!II't:bl'f02(l. If YOll rlu'lIl.. tke slalr:lnl'lIl is atrue statl''''~J"lt,abollll1tl!

TOfte test, pill 11 T nl'.'rr to it. If you tit il1k iris f'll.~r. t;lIItan nextto it. VII/letr yOIl have fi,,is/lCd,heck yUIll OIl5UIl'7S bclolt'.
10 ti,e t~ar:J,er:Stud('nl:S should work together in pair" for this l''I(l'l'('i<;e. A"k them 10 di ..C'Ut:;<; each statement and decide whether it is true ur lalse, If U1C , think il is lal c. thev hould corree l Ih (' :c;taIe nlen t. .

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The lessons for Days 2 to 14 deal with the four different question types in Section 1 of the test, the listening Comprehension section.

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LISTENING COMPREHENSION SECTION OVERVI:EW
The Li!;1'nint; Comprch 'I\... iol'l ..cell"n Loru;i"tll uf 'Iu... tinn~ 1-100 ofthe TC1FIC t.... t It i~didd ... min " " tinn. , ou win na~,'abnu! -I'j mi nub....,In n Impll'l .., thl' Listeninl; Cornprehensi 11,,«tH'n of the '''1. 1,~,,\', 1,....-on ~'I.lll.. \\ iIh ,1 lip In h,'1 p • ru i01pm\l' Y:,lI r li~tcntnt-: ~k.iIIs in ~L·Itl'r.11and tu hdp } ou
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Part Il: Qilt'Stion-Rl~~ns ..

sceuon olt c lest.

TIP Pay attention to words that are stressed:.
ln pollen English, certain word
... tn"" -d Th.,1 i... unu- word ... in ' .. .

Part JJl: Short Lum crsanons Part IV: Sheet "[;lIb ill h -,lr <I:n<111010 recording for each olh part 0 ttl section Yuu will listen to .1 \ arlerv 01 staremenrs, llU ~tILOn... ~hurl U1Ilvl'r... , "li"""" dllll ... "l'l Idll; ... rvh cord(_-d in En.llli'ih, hen you 1'I'111.:mswl'f the.> qtl~b"n~ F'or P;l,ri:, I snd n, ylll1 will hear oal ' ,1 n...._ordmg I'or Parts III oll'Id IV, Y"u will olbo :.I.'C q uc:.l.ulb'o ...nd op tiun.~WnU>"Il.n vour b...t bunk. In urder h' dn~w..,r the qu lions in ItlL'S >edi n. you witl us > your ~bi.lit) 10 Ibh.'1\ In En~li~ 11:f"r pUll u l<it ~uund~ fur udall , Comprclt In the llil~g ion - xtien, you"

in

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senl eoce

H'C

are pronouflc .. d ruorc oudh, or more emph.. ~~ than l,th:r 'H,rd'S. The:. ' .u" Ih....word tlrat tht: 'iP"'i1 er thin" ,1'" Imrnrt;lIll. ,ra}U'I~ .1U,-nhnn In th,-' stressed words III ~pl'ech Coln help vnu idenn f\' rhe rnatn idL·.J~. The vtr .. ed \, urd ... are u!>l.Idll, the
h'rord ~ that Sl\" c1ue~ ILl m ... rung, su ... J.~ nouns a h

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or ..

·tatemenl

VT

qu

verb .., .""'0 <ldtt"'("h\ ..... Othf'T wnrd .. In <l 'if"nlpllC'P all' pronounced with tilll' or no db-tincrion. VCf~ oitcn, Ih,..." ,lrt' word~ th,., Hmt;lill Il'~~il r.. nll,ltion hut contribute to the ~rL\Dlmilr of th... sentence, such ,15 the drln;ll''' I and til" pfll11 ouns, preposition», conIII O( hon-, and au ... h.11")'verb-. i

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EXERCISE A: IDENTIFYING STRESS

Th doc or and
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d

nurse

,1

I'll in!; with;) patient.

rec rdi R ,

In ~r(1k"l1 EngH~h, III "..111 'Ill• .,tr in ~ ur pi, C'{'<;: on t n un Utltwr. IUlI"< •• md fJl1'{rul, and on th . H:rb lalkrn ,TIl!' undertines in kilt' the syllabl th.lt an" ..tt ssed wh sn Ill· jll n II'.~po 'len,
mo t Iikel

Da ,2 If
cording

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find the
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difficult, pI,,}, Ih re tl1nkin' olt the I\.'iW rs,

1 he

II

tur and

1~

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l.I.l.1ing \ ith a

nt

Th ,\ nrds th I hav httk n, no h (Ill th artide-" li't' ilnd ~, 'Ihl' [onjunc:tmn lilia, lh e J ''oiiliilry ... ·~·rbrrrr.;m he prep!> ifon ,('1111. I Y'MI hear nlv thl' ~tn..~~I--d" rd In thl~ !.cnk!n c, YOU tan proeablv ~ II und rstand \ Nt the 'nl nee L about, The sir; d w n.I ~i\" }'Oll IhE' main idea . xarnple 2 In Ihi .,hurl p.l ~agl', .he wurds thai e nvey zrammatical informdhun hI' • n I (t (luI. Th Olf ~ the IH rd th.;ll would not b~ stressed If the ~" ~. ag I ..fl' ... pok'-'ll. Ihe n'maimnJ;_ word ar th~ Ihilt eonw> content lniormilhon. fUo.ld the a ,I; , throu ah nee. You hould fmd that you c n underland th main iUl.!'ol f th pas even though In

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TIPS AND EXERCISES FOR PART PHOTOGRAPHS

I;

It'S~on far Day 1, )'(lU !Tied ~lm' sample P.ut I "f tlw lpst. This i~ lh~ p.ul 01 • I! t t III which you see pholl1hrilph~ of actien .., IXb, pI" ..... , and poopl in vour te~t book. On til", recording. you willl1ear a ~~k~ ITUIke nrr ~tak>atCflb abouteach phutogrolph. All four of Ihe chok m..J} sound lIke correct descTipUoru; of the photorraph, but only one d~rlbc" oKl.Llldlcly ...... !wt YOIl can s @ in the photograph. The tollol,-mg are lmportInt polnu.lo remember aboullh6 part: There are 20 quO! tlon (nthc Pholographs ec(nih
.......Iifln~~mm non.

The four choices are not printed \ou will see only the phoIOgt'.:aph.

III

th tl'st
IS

b\)(11o;..

You hear the recording only once. This
Ihroughout I.hc Lisl;:ning Comprehensien
the te!.t.

the case

,\trut lssh ' milin sub: t? ''''hat
IS

socii n of of;;

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tnthc rho!ogrnph.~ . i"C'tifFn,t~R' i~ a paus ~u ds b,tw '(11 411 tiu un the recording.

\\tho arc lhl' p~'(lpll'?

TIP Tak:ea quick look at the photograph before you hear the four statements.
Li tcning 10 poken Engli:.h i mucha Ier whl!n you have some idea about what you are j:;uln,ll;to hear. While you af ' waiting to hea r the cboice , look :II !hI' photograph and Ihink. about it. Ask yourselr th~ quesuons about l."iold\ picture:

exERCISES:

THINKING ABOUT THE

PHOTOGIRAPH
Then. .In_, F"ur pholu~,r,lph,. below l.eok ill ('iI<"h nne fin 5 !o~ .. n"~ "mJ o:l.J..) ill ,if II e-e qt>I!'~1 i 'n.,
Where ... m!> it l<llm?

What l~ luppl'lung? WhoaI\'

tnt'rcople'

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Day 2: An Introduction

to ttle listening

Comprehensionl Section

ExERCISE

C:

What i In the pIcture?

PRACTICE WRITING YOUR

OWN DESCRIPTIONS OF PHOTOGRAPHS
Write down
GIn, .1:0.

ruM,' words and sentenees as ou
I'In

hout thl' h\'n rhntngrnpl"to;

t!'l . rollmvlngp.' .

<''''''!b are
',",,<;un.

Follow the examples provided

Some FCIS!5lbl

an-

printl"Ci in !hI:' an ..wer k..y at lh .. end 01 rh..

To ,h" te,aclll.'r, F 1'I((lurag th stud nt<:In work together in pain. O( small groups to "brainstorm" on this practice: exercis . The exercise

can ea..i1y he "d{'nded with other pictures cui from magazines. brochures, or nE'wspapers. Tlus could be dev doped into a " picture dictation" activity: students work together in groups of three or four and together dis cuss and draw tho pichll'(' thl')' a 11!' going to ~dlctal"," to the rc t 01 thC'dus!>. On' ~roup i.!. sele I~ to begin the .Kbvity. Each member of the gmup 'od}," nOl' "ro!ynn' d...-.criNng their group' picture, The other students have to draw the picture, Without asking any ques~ tions The re ults can be quite fun.

2-

\ hilt is in the pidure?

nten es .lboul th picture:

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exERCISE

D': U5TENING PRACTICE

I.

TtI're

re buildjn
In

5

r!par ~ I.ll..>. t
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B Th land

Ihl

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C. BUlldlrwo are renect d In the wat. r D. There are hous E The water <.; I'
j .. I 'T)
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em the lull-Ide. calm .
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. Fil 1m chiu

the "ilia

f'.

pi .uP hflllhnR nn Ih.> river.

A Th.:y're puttUlg the vtoll B. Thl' fK'd rmance hilS ~,

m',,}.

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f. G

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TO;

1\01 t.

ge.

t;Jkmg pi'! . uutdoo

10

h ll<>gi nnmg t n ri.,c,
Ilru:'

1 he 're drimlng hI''' ~ cern .~th' {fangs.
ThP ,'T. r.h'mF; a

. T1w men IIJ'l' ....LtlJ\ ' .111dppliolll B. n 'm n ,lll.! 11we ring hat .
11 man is ( rl!:nLnK.l window,

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Inns b belOl-! plaLl~d UfIUl!q;n un

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meIU11l.'

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authentic speech .•

Prepare yourself for

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A.

In {OTm a I:

just tini ..h d

B. :funll.;1l:

lu... fini ~ht..J. t
cut the-tree-d wn, lui the tree JOl\ n, the em lope
Ihl' I;'m f.:IL'F'"

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In the Li I 'nil'g Compr 'h 'n~Jol'I '(lion ,oj the mEl you will hear authontir Fngli~h ~pt>N'h. The $l.ltc"m~nb about the photogrephs In raI'l I will bt' ~pok .. n ~~a naln'" r~;lk I' ,,'o!.lld~.)r th m, Thll&, the p ekers will use contr .1(\]01\5 015 na Ih e "r('.lkN~ do.

In erma]:
B. Pormal;

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Informal: B. Formal:

D.

A, Informal:

land shurtlv,

Contractions
Informal E.nglish Formal

B. Formal: English
"'<1$

land "nt1ttl\.
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7.

A. lnfurrnal:

dt-d.

he's
they'rt'

be is 01 he
[/Jt'y .!Irt'

B. Formal:

crowded.

it!.
t;'pre's

,I

Ilo

or ,( hilS

t"pr!:' '5

" u.

lIdo I'M ,1 I; II loo Formal:

if
If

1110<1 '';

as

•• Now, SlUl'

tht! rt.>con.Jinc;..

EXERCISE

E:

LISTENING TO

STATEMENTS CONTAINING, CONTRACTIONS
You will hear elJlh\ sentence'! on Lh tape, spoken .n n<llur,ll ngll"h wnh comracuons 111' and p.lrt of the sentence has bt....n " ritr.,11 JUI\ It Ior Y""u, Listen to Ille recording and complete the ';" ntcnee, hr~t .. In an infn ..mal .;ry h·. ;I" 'Oll h ar n Iht' l<lre. an' then rn a formal stvle,

1.

A. In Iormel:
the !iC~I~

the fbn on Ih(' fi h on
tl\~ 5Cn]""

B, Formal.
2. A. InlMmal:

r-;t>",t In th .. bPnrh. a bicycle, t>.o::xtto th<" bench, a bicvcle.

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KEY FOR DAY

2

Exerdse C
t pbul

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Wha.1 is in thr picturr?

1P1'1 C asse!> of .. ter
WomL'f'l Pol v r you are in and oldl'r I:IU!lmesspeople Pt'\lf'l .. " ...uing wils I..rge Llbl me Pffipl > ~lt1ingl tandl g in k.u.in.SJ.l . an
til?

Exercise A
Th .. lmllldn is ~I} 2. 3. \If • \\ ill you

d.
pl,Mlin.tment with ~tor
.. t

L i ht~ han~1ng Poopl' mlking l

r

m tJ~
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uut th
.1N

pi tur :
IllI.'1e
B

having a
4'1

n z, large table.

uld mtt1 Ub
'i.
fj

[A,L:t

taurant,

Pc rple are I'

thered

und

fh y're e.

IV

Itmg 10 Iru).' lidebi from til

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Men and \ om~ are wurkillg t;.g thPr. tnrmal b~
In 5 place,

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M~. [

...

ka rs oomin

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Th

h.'\el.!2:ilmyumhrclln~wh~.

tw
r~. .Ang lriJldow.
I.
rm'1

9

J::I.M:s:: you

Whal i in the pictum?
A tr ctor

10. ~

Tools Aworkshop
I1'wh .J

11. Ih t .
12

A
A

IlWc:hio lUI..

md w man

nll!nce about the pictur : H . trying I rlx tIw tra The
II\iU1'

r.

bu~y in h· ......, ~hop.

Ite'~ repairing a tract r part. It' quite d

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A"

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Exercise E
-t
I

is what yuu hl'<Ird on th· tape:
H<!' putung

lilt: fbh on tho! '>C,,-LL~• bkycl~

.2

\le,t to lh- bench, U'·1.''' The concert's lust Ilnished,

They're about tu rut tho no' d w n,
She's ~L>allng !.he CfI.\i:'lopi'.

The plane

gOlllg

to land

10

y

11 I These heard 1
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s as

r it '" 'oin~to rain
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the formal versions of til€' sentences

He Is puttong th fish on the

'f'~ t

S!:.l!l ..

10 Ih" bench, Ih"h' i~ ~ hicy ..lc

I h to coo c rt has 4 5.
b. 7.

ius! lin.l!liu,.I.

nlL'Y I' Jbi.,ul to cut th\' tree uuwn, She Is sealing tllc The plan
is go~
I~ cnVCIL1pC.

to land shortl not \'HY crowded.
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In this lesson, you wi I learn further strategies correct choice in Part I of the test, to help you make the

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IP Prep.... yours "for the I nlllale of descrtpt'ons.
fhink ..bout th typ of English used by a nativ I'I'olker when describing a pi ture, Lc ilt th lIur ph I gr I ,lind me sentenc thatc uld d

• nb.:- th m:
'(f

th«

tf'Q(htr:

This

.tion il; Intended

as a

i 8, an opporturutywill be gwen for them prilctl using these stru Ires. You may \'0 mt to supplement this with xtra C planat un .md e rases as you think n ry.
t

ri f grammar review for the student

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crowd of peopl ha gathered to li ten to the musrd TIl ( nCfft' mking place outd are
j rs,

me (the perionner A man i1J playin
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Photograph 4

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A rowel There's

~M" d

been hung on lh ' rack wall, J,
rL'lb.linll.

1 h lid of tJw cUI'wl n., m ... :hinL' ~ upen. c
He's going ttl rna ke a

telephone on the bathroom

wpy

of ...docu ment,

3.

H ,,~ Iva I..ing.ll hi
The man

the lid The man i wearin).; a hirt 3nd tie. There
.11l.'

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5.

Th ere's a large mirror in front of the man
j~ \H.l ri nh

4. 5.

a I"J til' rrwd til'.

~L'n'rill people in the o(iice ..

IPhotograph 3
EXERCISE A: 'IOENTlFYING GRAMMATICAL FOR.MS
In IJ"" M'nlcno;t·" ...bo.n '. (,In) ou identify til folwing tenses thai are often 1I.."I.>d in dt..,-,cnptJon ?

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Pre_s('nt continuOuS-I" d~rib\.'

what is happen-

in~ tn a picture
Present simple-to mention tho ('xisl nee of sum :-t!lW (It Mlmcthing m a picture (used with the impctHOn,d!:ow jt.' I "there"], to describe a state that exists in the picture, 10 d 'c.cribelhe locatinn "F "'llmethll'lg in Ih", piClUr Present perfect-to dlhcrib., M,mcthmB thai has happened or has been dono. Inthe ptcture, you can ....., 11~ f\:"ult (If IIMI.j tion. , uture to indn.atc wh .... i~ likel)' til h ...pp·., 1 su n. "'hIm de cribinl'l pictures, "~oin~ to" LInd thv infinitive (If th' v rb are often us ed when Ih"H~ l~ l"' idence ill the pictu 1\' <,r ... fu tuno ,n;hon. •. bout to" and the mfini 11\!.! m;}y also be U 00.

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Ihe path wtnds lhmugll.lh,' The tw...... an' gml~'lng beside II i", dar I..tn till:
1"'lllU~.

tl't.·~.

Nobody is walking along the path.
Ih{,

r.,th.

5.

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h Photogr aph,

Photograph 3:
1,

Photograph 1:
1. Som p Veril pie
Ml'

The

'p.11f1 Will

through 1M t~,

Verb ell

.

li~t

Tllf1>: I

the musl .
(",He h"t ning'J

2. erb The ~ rb tense.
4,
I

tl'rl.~:

pJV',(\nt eonunu

A 0'0)\
musicians, V",rb h: Th ron
rt i~taking place outd

to II"ten 10 the

ro growing t>

id" th .. path.

ood ..

Verb 1u1.. "
'-I _ ,m

01 the p rf rm rs are

'.:I~:d.

erblen. :

Photograph 4:
Verb ten

1.
Vcrb en '
hung on th,' fa l

I

open,

Photograph 2:
A tm '.'1hd...br

2

HI.' ~ in" I mil •a copv 01

ument,

2

Th ,,,,, V~b

I

h'''T

\11t'lln

ih bathroom wall,

3,

Hr' about

10

d.

the lid,

-n ':

\I,rbl" In
m.:mb wClln~ ..... ; II hirt nd Ill'.

Vdbl'

5.

Th

n! ill\'
It'n ,:

everal peopl

m the ffi

.

\'t;'rh Th • m,11l j .. wt'aring
,'I

pillI

'C"

-d tl "

In dCloCnpllOll.:>. th foil "'10' rarlS of p('l'ffi abo oftt!n used:

are

• Ad j etl...

are used In p-wn!Jt' ntlu ns. d bel re

d~ up photo .ra.plt, i ('[lilly th

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Day 3: Further Exerc.ises for Part I: Photograph

Photograph 1:
Adjectives. rri'p')'\lhon": _ _

1.

Photograph 2:
dlt'ctl\'.,,.: _

l>rerD~ihon'i:

_

Photograph 3:
Adj ',.~ _ _ Prt'Pfl"lboru.:

Photograph 4:
d·eclll',,""·. Prl'p"'>iti.l'fu. Tnl'~t!an' just
rot'
(nil:

2. _ _

E'n,. nd part of cJ.,,,~rlpli th In the ne I xem • \ DU will have 11> ' opp I\unllv In dt>· scri orne pictu~!> y ur~1f ... '0 I d 50, thm about rh ![r mmatical flInn' and par I" of 'p h you are ustn '. ~f'l.~l.:h Ih~1 mi~hl bp us>'d
In

EXERCISE

B:

PRACTICE

WRITING

DESCRIPTIONS for' ch f the three pictures on g write down word r lah:d tu th' lm
statements Iha\ d{':;CrJ '", h<l.t )'0 II. k'
'.

:z.I an'" 25, and om
Your late-

men'" mignllu< ff IL"'I!

'r)' imU~r 10 the chokes on

In

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tn thl>

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Oay 3: Further iExercises for Part I: :Photographs

EXERCISE

C: FURTHER'

PRACTICE IN

WRITING DESCRIPTIONS·
I\.nw. 1(Xli.. through the pi(tun."S in J. boo ,magazine, or n IV parer. Try 10 find .1 \'ilI'iely of SCttinji:5 end '>lruo.ltmn . k back ,11 Dar I· ~Wnat is lh can1 nf lllt' 1",,11" Inr ~ IilSlof the Iy p~ 0 I scltLngs uwd in til,' [()[ Il Ie '- For Cd h picture, ....rue down word« wlatl'd tn tl'll' ima~(' and some tatement thai d e-cribe what Y u ~,.b you did for the pl tures on pOl ~... 2-1and 2.'>' In your de"eription<;, yl"U "'ill probabl) us' maJl~ ei uic gramm~tic"I' rnrm<; yOIl idPnhfil>d in [ox('rei"o,' r\ a~ well ,,~ others, When you Finish, yo cc uld If" e photngrilpi1 wlth d fri"lId or colleague Have your Il'it.'Ild describe the phutu~,[o.lpru. wiLh"'ul ~ :t:ing ....h I YOLI "rot ... T1WIl, •.oolp.!re lour work snd decide which stil,te: m >nl d l--SO:ri bes e p tc Ill['~ mo I a C(ura \pI )'.

to-"

\'hat i..~in the pkturt"?
I

In

3.

1

...

To t/ll' teether: As,' h m "or" "rtivity. tht' shrIlene. could be given the lcl.skof Cl.J lLinS out photogra phs from newspapers arid m<lg<l7int"l Exercise C can then be d ne in cld!>~, with lhi! students \\ orking on their own for tiw firsl part and U1Im in pairs lor LJ,c wl,"('Ind p.ut. 'or another d· dcth ity. you could cut ouL sets of 6vt! photugrd.p b from a magazine, Number each pilotogrdpn and wri Ie a sentence descrlbin • each urte, D.bpldY the pllUlugraphs so that all th tu ents can see them and no d tll '>eO· 'rences aloud one by line, Th 'n, Iwn: the studen t:. identify"' hich plctu re ch se!lt~'C describes, Several ~IS of pictures could be prepared'! d th ..clivi,)' rnade rnore and more dlfficult. If the picture in the t are quite cbffurent. it \\ i I be a5}~ but if tht'!'(' is some similarity between all the pictures in the cl, for example ol similar Uing r the am pc pIc in each picture (you could usc family photos), it\ ill be more dicult
St.'Item 'Ilb about a photograph rna)' cemarn perts it tho enlin' st-oltemL'nt, or unJy pari of it. is true,

th~I <In.' true. Li~tcn CilrcfuUt 10 d termlnc

AReo

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Day 3: Further

Exercises for Part I: Photographs

TIP Listen carefully to each

ExERCISE

0:

PRACTICE LISTENING

statement about the photograph ..

CAREFULLY TO EACH STATEMENT

E' n pi

c nd
which is entirel)' enrr

Photograph

"

I. and writ

ttl

t

I<ltl'ment, duwn.

1

He' adjusting

th
["(>(;1

ial on a t(,1 vi. ton s t.

ow, Sf P tht'
Whit

ruing.

tatcment

I:

_

It i true that the man b, "dju ting dmh., 1'1 set in the picrur . Th 'r 'fur ,Ih~ " nten c in the exarnpl • i 1\ 1 an nhrvl J curat description of what vou c· in lhp pi ture,

atem nt 2:

th r i..nu It'll'''' I

,Day 3: Ftu'therExerdses for Part II: ,Ph,otographs

_'M

Photograph

2

Photogrraph 4

<'I.\'tt'ml"nll "I.llt·m~nl 2

_ Sldl~nll; __ ~ _

Photograph

3

Statement 2~__

-

_

Photograph

5

Sta lement I:
~tillemel.lt 2~ • - OW,S _

r

P th . rL'corJing.

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Day 3: Further

Exercises for p"rt I: Photographs

'fo tl,,~ teacnen It i i P rtml to reinforce the fa t that P ut of the fir t statement about each picture is iI1 'or re t, ami so the ta t m nl doe n t a curatel describe the pi ture. To e tend this activi , rou could find me pktu and write lh bcginnin of a s ntenc ahout ea h. Displa th pictur - n at a time, and read out the beginning of th sentence, Then hav th tud nts complete the senten to make an accurate d ription of th picture.

ANSWER

KEY FOR

DAY 3

Exercise A (Verb Tenses)
Photogr apb I:
1.

PI' en!

ntinuous:

Q'P {I::'/tuill

'

2, 3.
-I.

I'rl.'!lnll perf P

I: 11n~illl"·n.~1 8

mt centinuous.

i

tfllr;ir,' pin r:

Present

simple:

III'1! ~fJllt:.J

TIP Usten to all of the choices.

5.

Pres nt cnntinuou

; r play",:

Photogn pb z: I.
2.

Present p<'rfl'Ct: I Ul.i
Present
Implt>:
L

M'II

lum

is . i ',,,,U'I> til

3.

Present

ntinueu

Pre en I simpl ; ;, riplioJ1
f tho.! picjur

.

5

Prt'Nl'nt mntinuDU : IS IMlrir'~

TIP Get used to the timing

Phulo~rapb
I.

;

and speed of delivery.

rr

'1\t impl : U'lltd.,
I .1'1:1111"1"

2. 3. 4.

Pr _ "I conllnuou : Pres nt continu
u··

ore grotl'i"g

Pres nt ~impl ,: is Pr nt lmp 1 :
ph 4:

"<'I""

PI 1.

to

"resent snnpJ : is

2.
3.

Future: D:.I ;lIg to ",1k('
Futu : rs a/)(JIII
III

c1f1Se

rres;>nt c nt' nuous: i iJ.·('lII'in.~

5.

I'~ 'nt simple:

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Day 3: Further Exercises for Part I: Photographs

Exe:rdse A (Parts of Speech)
I'bologrllpb Adj tives: P~inon 1:
1. Some

Photograph
Stalement

4;
onl;:: roldinr.; up
IThlfi

3. outdoors

4. Some __

Statement two: The per.

is lookin

;)1 a

nl!wspa·

:~2~.o~f~_4~.~o~f

Photograph 5:
Statemem on : A woman is opening up
to the

Phot .graph 2:
Adjccti\lC"~: rrep05itlOns: 2.bathroom 1. on 2. on 3. hl~ II. large 5. piltterned 3.. .11 4. in fr. nl of

Stdtt'lIH'nt two: chart,

woman is pointing

fliF

'''ILOCUlres'
I "'positions:

-I. dark 1. through

5. d

rbj
3. besIde 4.
In

2. along

"I!Olograph 4:
I\ltl"

nv

1. copy-ing,
I. uf

0Pl'n

S. scvL'"ral 5. in

r II"pu~ilion...
xercise 0
I'h tlngraph
S

2 llf

3. abull t

I: mtcrophono.

tomenr on : a

t. I"nu'nt twO: Sh ':. u'ing a pay phone. 1'lmIU~V'HI"h 2:
,I
h'IHl'.'11

one: She's writin

in

,I \ 'nwnl two: "h(""

ading ,,, book.

I'h.,lrl I 1t,I)h
I "11'. ill '
t

getting off a bus.

I'

IH' It

1\

I'

llw pil~s('n crs are ooMding the

Photographs: Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises
In this lesson, you will. hClivethe opportunity to practice Part I of the TOEle test. Before you do this, remind yourself of the tips given on Days 2 and 3:

• Pay attention to words that are stressed. • Take a quick ook at the photograph before you hear the four statements.
• Prepare yourself for authentic speech. • Prepare yourselr for the language of descriptions. • Listen carefully to each statement about the photograph. • L'sten to 8.11 of the choices. • Get used to he timing and speed of delivery.

PRACTICE QUE5T~ONS
try Lh.i~'r acticc I'ML I. working ;)~ ij } uu a.kln, a n'.1 TO I( ·.-.r On rh4!' (l'C<IrdioJ;. VOU will fit.. I h ',t r th.. duectlons , nd .ill t', ~mpl e ltefll, <ll> ~O""
Wl'ft"

) ou would

in ~ I'e.ll lUI
:VI'lU .. tarl ttl H-": ,.'('lIOO.

tes I

Bt'iore

I)

l'

vr I"'~""r
thl'
} I.lLJ

....nl .. the- numbers

1-20 en a

'rd

yt'ur .In""

"f',.

"Wllr "Irdl);:h!

Ihl\1Ut;h
1.11' OM

'QU ill'\' not

~llTli' w hl('h i~ thl' correct

Do not stop Ill<> reoordrng, It Cln'iW("r, choose think i~ dosest. Do nul, led~ ol.l Y qUL~·

Hons l'Il,mk.

Part I
, or i'Uril questto», yo/.! will 'et!" p ieure ln yOllr fest flo ok and YOII lUitI "cur fOllr short shll ·lIIcuh. TI,e ~tllIL'lIJC"'!> will be SPOA.l'lI ]II.! t (JII~ Iim»: l1"'!J willllni h,. I"illl,d in yrmr tl'sII100k. !<O''J0II mil t tislen curt' tilly to ,mde,.... Iwul wlwlllll' pf.'lIkf.'r·"ys. I Ji rtrli(l'l<;;

When )OLJ hear the foul' statements, look at the picture ill yuur l'VI.Jk dl\J choose Uk:' tement thai besr d<"'<nl'>N what you I' In tho> turv, • ow, IlSll.'II to the four ~toit ernents LlIt:IlIl.:i1L (6), . TI,e), I\: h 1\ in~ I1'l't"ti g.' b -I drsrnb. what you hl'<! in th... pic-~. Then-fore, you -hould "t'1 I S!olWmenl (8). Th • arn.w~~ are printed 11 lh .. fOnd ur Ih i.......o. 11_ t

r"

300ays ro the TOE/e TE!5t

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Day 4: Photographs:

Practice Questio.ns and Follow-up 4.

Ex@rcis

5

1.

2.

5.

3.

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Day 4: Photographs: Practice QuestlonsandFollow~up Exsrc:isils
7

9.

10.

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Day 4: Photogr 11.

phs: Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises

12.

Day 4: Photographs; Pract:ce Questions and Follow·up Exercises
1-1.

15

Day 4: Photographs: Practic Questions nd Fo"ow~up ex, reis
17.

1

Day 4: Photographs:
19.

Practice

Questions· and Follow-up,

Exercises

o

EXERCISE A: ANALYZING YOUR !E!RRORS
r\ flc r } u 11 hav e c h ecked yo LI r answers, go through the photo .. ra phs and pu I an ). dllJ th . Il->ttcr of the answer \'(1(1 chose 1lE':dt<ll'Mh phntngTarh rllr which }ClU chose the wrong answer, Ihen, lsten to th~ recnrding d~'lin, and two fhin",,:

uo

\Vith,)ul looking M !h.. ,m"Wl'r k"~, try til<' qm ...• lion ilW'in. 20. 2. "'intO' <I hn ..' n<lh', !>d}'in~ \\"h~ ) our fir~t dmill' was II ron r, For example, look at the rust photoh'Tdph. Irl"l.lJ;II1"') ou had .:ho~ (6), ' She's caring for a child, ' .1~ the correct oln!iwcr. You might ma ... J nole «.:tymg: ""Jo cluld III photo." Wh n ~'O I !l,n .. fi ru ~hoo lisr.-nm~ ell k '.... r anu olSdili. DiJ )"1.1 gcl more righl the second tim e ?

:OW"'!"!.

\tlU ':Lln,hl- ... 1.. )',~uran~I.,cr..I, ith the answer I IIii' , nd"

key

r l.,)

.J,

To the tem:/II'T: It is best to let the :>tudl:!'ntb try the questionsat least twice without stopping the n:cmding ('If reft> ring to thl> N'(nrtiing script After trying EXl'rd'it> A indh·idudlly. find ou l which questions caused the most diffk:uJty. Arrange the stud Jl tin pal 1"801' small group~ and lot them work un those questicms log th r. Play the recording for the difficult qulC nons M at a time, giving them tim to discuss the right answer and the wrong an:<'Wl'r'<; MId mak€',) short 'itatcm€'nt about wh ' th distracters f \\ rong anSh rs) dlt'l not ;10::11' Til rely describe the picture.

Day 4: Photographs:

Practice Question.s and Follow-up Exercises

EXERCISE

B: THINKING

ABOUT THE

EXERCISE

C: THINKING

ABOUT THE

CHOICES IN DEPTH the
v .. ri !)luf

PHOTOGRAPHS luok .11 the pilot gr ph agdin and think b
locati n~ in whi h Ih~y wen,,> lilt!f'l. lit

Write the: number of Ihl! photograph think was taken in each location. location
A laboratorv

that

ou

Number of ohotoaraDh

B. kitchen

C.

elevator
W iIrehouse

D.
F.

E. be.,eh
re(:t:Ptl(ln area

G. mcetins: room
H. librarv
I 1 fjl'ld lakeside

K. restilurnnl L worksho[1 M. Slr~1
""'. c_Mstruction

~ilP

O. flower shoo

P. baleoev O. auditorium R. 5.
filling_ ~tat:ion ~min .. r r~l(Jm

town center
Som an. wers an' . u gesrod in III .in \\ I'r ~I \ II nd fa". ther i1n~WI'h m.H I", 1''' ,I"k au c:t ul write our wn IV-I lol h ... 1111" ,

th

Day 4: Photogr

phs: Practice Questions
3.
I( k

and Follow-up Exercises

To th« (Lad,e,: This rcis inl nd d 10 encourag discus ionoflh locati in which th photo raph were taken. There re, it i pr bably best done in group . You might want to pre-ter ch phras thai could bud il til d' U5 ion, u h ,1 : "I think IIlf' photo was talc n in " r"(tcou d hay been/ must have been taken at ." You c uld also pre-teach phrases for agreeing and disagreeln . TIl differ nt group u ld b en uta ~ed t rn up with their own list of local)

at photograph ...In. 10, and 8.
anything tI n? bu-

A. B.

an y u think h.:l ve in romm

Writ· three lilll;.'own~ dl;.'hc-ribin~ l!dlh tc.,;rph. Tr Ilu U~ all of U'II5e word : apr n d k mend wall b b nd

floor lights

tools
I

er

-tudy (v"rb)
ti

I ,n (v rbl
to

EXERCISE D: WRITING

DESCRIPTIONS

OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS
I. Look .It photographs A }, 11, and 15. ph tograph ...

N' Ih answer Io.lCy for some possible answers !:he questions in . erase D. Other answers ma possible.

Can you think f anything th bave in common?

B. tngr. Ienc
Il'l!

wing!> hun.

Wa
sed weed

alon fly (verb] ol n
R

h.lt
nlm

p (verb)
bridg

"d
Loc
al photographs

watc

1,2, and 19. fan thin n? Ih "ph
t

-un -outhmk 11,1'>'1: in COffitn II

l'ilpru.

Wrih.' Iluc

tal men d nhing e ell photu)'.r.l,ph ry II) useall of In M' word : it plant

hI I

",10

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Oay 4: Photographs:

Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises
9. (A) He' writing a receipt aT th cus om r,

PRACTICE QUESTIONS 1. (A) She' watt>ring a plant.
(8)

SCRIPT

(Bl H· , oiling
(C) He' (0) He' puttln

th

m

torcycl engine,
. .

pumping up the car'
t is an

he's caring for a child. h', planting She'
he'

fuel in th autom

tle,

()

tree.
I r her gl .. up a pen. pil'Ce of paper.
.d her neck.

10. (A) Th equipm (5) Th work.spa
(e) Th (0) The wo kshop 11. (A)

ing used.

(0) She" drinldng sum • w ter. 2. () (B)
'n

is being d anNl.

tool are hanging on the wall.

pi

in

00 not

been orgaIllzed.

(C) She'

holding

Dogs

lying

on the riverbank.

(D) She ha a "carf am

(B) Biro

R),jng v r til wa r.
in

3,

(A) They're riding horses.
0) (C) Th

(C) Bird are landing (D) P (8) aJOltor, pi ar 12. (A) The highway' light.
(C) All

the trees.

y're jumping the fence.
in!

wiauning in the lake. busy wHh traffic. street

feeding th anin

) They're fanning the land. 4. } he's -tepping (Cl Sh'
(D)

me p ople are crossing th

nto th

(8) She' closing her handbag.

e bUildmgs are cars p rked on both tabl I tho

lifting th h ndl . und th building is flat.
now full. t de

cal.
(0) Th

She's pushing the button.

road. 13. (A) The wai~ r is remo ingth
(8) The wait r is p )T tin

5.

(A) The land
(8) The tadtum

th bill.

(0 PJan 6. (A)

have landed on the airfield. .gJ'I. 1

woman

drinking

coff

(0) Th war h use is many

(D) Th. rust mers are waiting t bserved.

man is withdrawmg m· n y.

IA) He'spla
(B)

'ng som music
i'IoO!ne

(8) A man has hung a painting on a wall. (C) A man

a's laying
In

pipe.

ts writing in a notebook.
n hi han

(C) He's t.al.king to a frifmd. (0) He' 15. ( ) The

(D) A man . 7.

and knees.

rching

in

a band.
with peopl .

(Al They're installing a lidin" door.
(8) They're climbing down (C) Th
OJ

area

crowded

I dd r.

( ) Peopl are coU
(0) A

ting

w

d.
t

re \II' dang

r th

roof.

(C) A per.;on is walking

I ng til w

or

I

I

I

(0 8.

y're 10 din the tru ed.

(A) Th pl tes re bing sta
(B) The iJv r (C
IS being

16. (A) Poopl

working at Ih wbl ,
re opening Ll • wmLij, d for til 1.1 •

poliBhed.

(B) Th librarians (C) The II racy is d

'The -heh·

are being cleaned. ing mopped.

(UI Th fI or is

( ) Stud n

OClY4: Photograpns: ] 7. (A) (B) he people are seated on , I\<.lm.J1'I i...Il'dJlin~ on .
l

Practice Questions

ilnd Follow-up

Exercises

Mil

Il o!:

b nch,
r.illi.il'>;.
li '\\

( ) Inc man is laking

picture of th '

(D) The peopl
]8. (A) Hewers (C) The IJ'~ (D)
.1Ck:; of
lIJII!

.I re It'It)k ing; for ,l

r, rkmj;

pi

e.

arranged
.In'

in buckets

(B) \'·S t..Ibl'"

p I.1l1ll..1 in .. t-;.:m:l l'11_ in full bloom
l

ilN

n

UT arc ("In II
IS

h'1'ound

19. IA) [he speaker

ft1cmg the audlt~ce
j.

(B) They ~,I'l" Chdn,lr;ing th • channel un th ' tell'l ~Ion IC) They are (1
91~

th blmd ... ,

(D) rh(' man is pOInting toward the board.

20. (A) She's weanng ~k'\'l'l>.
(8) h 's ~Iud~'lng lor a I ~l. ting the fl'IJd.

Ie) She's tv

[D) Stili"" sh k,n~ hJnd ....

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Day 4: Phot.ograpl'ls: Practice Questions and Follow.up Exercises

.ANSWER KEY FOR DAY 4 Practice Questions
1. A

Exercise C
Suggested wers.

A. 20
8. C. D.
4 5

2.
3.

C
A

.t.
5,.
b.

D
A IJ

15

7.

C

o
9. 10. 0

IL B 12 0
13 14 LJ A

IS. C 16 A

17. B
18 A

19. 0 20. A

Exercise 0
1.
2. A. A. A.

The phetograpl

. all how outdoor ,
Oftll '.

1\'

The photogrephs all have nn

'!l1 1
III'

3.

The photographs all show II", Int. roams.

.E.
Tips and Exercises for Part II: Ouestion-Response
In the lesson for Day 1. you tried so e sample q,uestions from Part II of the test. Today, YOu will start to work on Part II. the Ouestlon-Response section This is t'1e part of the test n which you hear il question asked by one speaker, followed by three responses from Mother spea er. All three of the respenses are correct Engllish, but only one is an appropriate response to the question. The following are important points 0 remember about th s part of the exam: • There ere 30 questions In the Question-Response section

• Neither the Questions no' the responses are printed in the test book. YQUwrll see only the words "Mark your answer on your answer sheet" 'n the test book. • You wil hear three

choices only.
only once. as in the rest of the Liste"ing

• You wil hear the recording Cornprehenslee section.

• On the recording, there is a pause

of 5 seconds between

questions

1b r... le,,1.

1

,0111<',11

'",,,;lll'"' [,"

IInPW\

1"1,0; vour

Question Nh .. t
1,m",

Information IIsked:for does the bus
I'

at:.u.I} I, s..lect the Ix>~! !'brOIL ......n lhb pari uf the i

'.,r S ul 9i1rt le~\I"?

T P' Focus on the purpose of the question.
In order 10 choose 11'(' a .1rrlocl ~Fon<;~ III J. qUl"S

Whf'ff> d d you

tp Lccation

ola s for the new o ce 0 Id 1'\9' How ....11 YoL..l be
·r~v,=.ln] 0 me con erence? Do \IOU have .:l"lY des .... y Silt'! 5 decldeo h o q.Jit her job?

hou Id umll'r~I,lnJ ....het th . pu rpo I' t hot~rC'a~('r '., '1" ·stilln j .... \~k yOU r ... 1f· \\ hv is the ~ !>rc.>.11era~kin~ th.J I question ~ !XIlTId!.nl~~ the "lIl,}'ll'i(' I J th - 4l1c~II"1l i 1<\J~I-.. JOt "p..Li(." [lit r-natlon ..uch a... lim .., !O<.:JUOI1 or ti, 111,
~ "II

r;ile h d of tral'lsportat

an

.

RCf son

n

'",11

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EXERCISE

A: ASKING

FOR

INFORMATION
db v m typt''i sp ..aker mi hi <I.,k for.

fir il1(t rmauon

that a W have looked 011 questions ;'I ked in order 1\1 gain informati n, but peopl d n toni, ask que-.· t:ioru;for information. A qu tion mill C i:I differ-

nil

en I purp
in th dictjuMry. Here

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sam'

a.mpl

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Question: ________ ____ -

Information asked for: ? DI .ance ?
Duration

QueS1ion:
You're responsible for quality con rol, ren', you?

Purpose of the question:
Asking for
conhrma Jon (person)

________
________

?
?

O .... rship n

Cost
Opinion

________
________

?
?

Could you take down he minutes, please? Would you like to come over Of" dinner Ot'tee\lening? How sbect movin that booksh If 011 r there to rna more space? Why don't you ..... and rite complai out the delay?

Re uesti 9 (actio, ) , InVtlir, I

Frequency

________ ________

? msuucticns ? 0 recttons

Makmg

a sugq

SI,OIl

Giving ad "

Do you m ndlf
open gin, e window? re you?

As i'1g lo
E;.:press

rrrussi r.

You're not 9011'9 to stay
13

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EXERCISE

B: IDENTIFYING

THE

PURPOSE OF A QUESTION

2. Think" a p sible res tiun ou wrote m I.

nse II)

'ch

f th qu ....

SlImp'" 1,..... 1,./1 ~ 11."" 1 'hi'l\I'M' I I'" 1"111,, 1'111/" ,,' A .. ~ lUI' "'1 Inl'lIl1ltll"m II... "III ""

lJa,y !):IIPS

an.dc.X9rc1S8'S tor t'art

II: Uuestl.on..t<8sponS4

Question;
\. Who's eomlng to the reception? 2 Wh n are y u teking ynur \',lCd'nnn?
l. '" it uka 'if [ rbanK~ thsai r Filtt?r?

exERCISE

C:

FURTHER. PRACTICE IN QUESTION

IOENTlFY!I'NG THE PURPOSE OF A

4. Do you kno .....why th~y buill the new museum 1>0 tar frum the old one?

" - e play tarts
7 Shouldn't
I'll'

ilt

7:30, do n', il?
Q

... Yuu're nut really tilkln!l a new j b, are y(,ll.l? hire new desi ncr? W uld )rou like 1£'1 join us forlunch1

A in EXfCl' n, Ii 'Ien to ~hefoll(lwing "lIp~li(ln~ .and t~u;!n matchthem with Ih I~ut>rtha,t best deribcsthc purpose of ('arh question. n,ic; lime, the questions <II"'(' not wrtuen Qui for you, so ),ou will ne-ed t.o listen carefullv, Alter rou have done tht' exercise, check your answers below, You, can then lb. 'run bo thf! tape again. Ivrlte down th qUfo!Stions and think n a suitabl Jtipon~ for each.

PYrpO.5e of thequvrtion:
A king For informati(ln
II l

(pcrsl
(time)

n)

1.a ing a suggestion

or request (time)'

Asking for confIrmation
for infcrmaticn

Question:
I.

IJ j\slung

E lending an inviwtion
Il>;prcssing di b<!lief
j•

2.

3. (reason) 4.

king lor Informntion _king f r p nni

II

i n (i1cnon)

6.
7.

nw, STOP the recording.

Til "Letel1d,er: After trying Exercise B on their own. (he studenss could th n check IllCi:r anWNi-> with a neighbor. Th n each stud nt ahlluld write another questi Jl for each purptJ!otl (without howmg it to their partner). 1l1l. hould take turns to a k each other to '1m tinn and elkit a response.

8.
Purpose of the que$tlon:
A. A.'iking for Informatien GivinS advice Asking fur penn' D. hwililll'l sl n lfrequclICY)

B.

E.
F C.
H.

Asking

for in1ormatlon (o\.... n

hip)

Requ ling {.lCtion) A king for infonndtillfl (duration)

As.ki.ng for information (cost) 'ow, STOPlbe record.inp;

Day 5: Tips and Exercises for Part II: Question-Response 3. D e 'I m r m mber which ked the ti t through? 4. W. uld
copier? 5. Yo
II don't

IP Listen tor question

lr

II

I a ent h
th

words.
A qu rd, uch awlr,,", {drert. WillI', rhofA' may be . d In a questi 11.Th > 'llll'StilJll wmd hplp" th Ii ·tl'n r to Identify he pUrpo!'I! of the 'Ill !'ion.

ou mind
know wh

h wing m how I u
- coat this ", do Y u?

The Introductory 'Ii
-'. W u d

phra . mb

w re:

EXERCISE D: LISTENING FOR THE QUESTION WORD

m rem

r...

ou mind ~hfl~ ing m.., .. ou .,.

:l. Vnu d .n't

EXERCISE E: IOENTIFY1NG PHRASES
THAT INTRODUCE

INDIRECT

QUESTIONS
1. 2.

1. 5.
6
1.

Do Y u hav any idea why he'
her Job?

eel ed t ~1~1I'

7
8.

2. Has Peter d dded who \ViIJ be arranwnth liveries while y u'rc IlWlI.y'!
Pth ording. or i e:
is

dt'
S13ll( n

• Now,
l1wr

.

ould

ou tell me h

W

far

11'

to th

,IN' two pllint-. 10 nl it> fh m thh

pi

?
have til r


'lutJ..,t1tn th;]l ontain" qUl'sUo \ rd sk:ing ~ r in! rmatton, but n t way.
111e

(len

qu tinn vord dOC'S n I aJway c me at th beginnin~ of question. In uestions 3. 4. and 5 above, th question word is in the middle of th question, The speaker us s an introductory phrase before asking the actual questi n, or the qu sti n with th main purpose. (Th qll stions
are metim
t

j 0' , ..nit som more induect q diflerent inlrodu lory phr

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_ called mdir

,

qUi'

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II .)

11 is

lm-

portent

I ten to the lntro u tor phr w II as til, tu I qUI! tiol\, be au doing so,
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To thl! teucher: Elidt further introductory phrases for indift'ct questions and write them on the board, Think of ariou sit-1lations in which indirect questions might be asked, and write tht!m on cards, xdmpll;'~:
1. It'!> your first d~)' at ~ 11 w jopl;l. and !m-re are a IQt of thln~ you d..,n', ,kIlUW .. bout til... jllb and the offH:c. Ask a coUe.lgl.lC!, 2. You're tudying in tbe U .A. for three m nths, Slaying with .. n Amlc'riCiln family. It b II b ginning your st.'y, and rnu'rce nnt familiar with American home life. Think of S(I"lC questions you might ask iI member of th family

0'

Arrange th • stud n

in gmu~ of

lIur.

1101111.1

out a card to ca(h group and ask thorn b) think n lIOme Indirect questions for lhIlt RUanon, u ing

the phrase on III board You could th n rearrange the stud en Into palrs, stl that l;',u·11 pair i~
made of stl;l.t;lcnt. fromlwo asking the questions tkm fir t.

uk them 10 roJe-p13y the situations'

different group$, and Ibe per_'>On needs (0 expLilID the sltua-

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5

Exercise C
1.D 2.B

Exercise A
Here arescm Question:
p

sible qu

tion for Part 1:

.A
5. F 6. C
1. H

Information asked for:

Could you ell m how far It IS to th stanon, p e3~e? ...... ....... ..... .... Distance How long
IOj

I ie

panning
'Od ••

mee n exp _ ted to la ? .•~

0 r tion
Cost Opinion

.E

Whose briefcase

15

his?

'....
"

.

Ownership

How rnech is "his tie?

Exercise 0
1 How{ wldc)

What do yo thmk about thp. collapse 01 ..tod: m r e?

2.Whm 3. \-\hith
· Ho,",

Hav you any Idea "OW of en we ave 0 replace the printer ca tdge7 ...... FMqlJency
C you show me how to use t!'IIS projacter? How can I get 10 Ille airport from h€-r~? Instruction' Directions

.W
· Who
7. What ( · Why bout)

Exercise B
1A 2, D H

Exercise E

5
b. f

7. B S.

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Further Exerdses for Part II: Question-Response
In today's lesson, you wilileam further strategies to help you make the correct choice in Part II, as well as tips 1:0 improve your understanding of authentic spoken English, which you will be able to apply to a'll the tasks in the Listening Comprehension section.

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exERCISE QUESTIONS

A:

UNDERSTANDING A QUESTION

"estlons without a estlan word.
MJiI1\ '1U ..... Iillfl~ du nOI con lAin ol question word. • I x.mrple is quesuons requiring a "yes" OJ "no" II I, In the question "Are we gorng to the I th.. word order, father than a qu('<;lIon III il1<h"ltl>~ tho t (hi I a que tion, Th an wer thl ml~ t 'Y~, we nre" or "No, we oren'!" or ., I 111 r II .. un-." Anuther example ,j qu ~tions ~ hI< II Ih, ~f"" ker [ ~J...mg tor confirmaticn of 'rI1hllh 11, 11<h .. "You're in chilrge of trainlng \\ " .. nut , ,lll'II" \,ou1" Here, the question tag II I \t'"' mdl~ah.'~ U1..l1 this is .:I question, The ·hl bot ''fl'!!, tJ1at'~ nght" Of "No, thai'
l'

Will-IOUT WO.RD

qUl'l;tio~
1111'11,

On the recording, you wi]l hesr II number uf raTtu! the qu !lon L.. written out for you . Li fl'n 1(1 the recording and complete the question.

choos ol '>uil..lbl rc:spo",t! to ach que tlon £rom the lisl below. The answers are given at the end of todoy's lesson,

L

________ suite sc1

belpmg me with th

2. ~~~~~~~~~
J. 4.
Unit('d Klngdom?

__ bUy~ollca~ ishe?
on fridoy. doesn't __ -------oJ

I'll

1[, 11)'."

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5.

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La}

lat tOOn. or
"firm that p-

7.

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tl'

TIP Prepare yourseH for authentic English speech.

pointmcnt?

9.
enre, di n', \\lc1

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co e .ur ~ u La t
Hklt }'

ar',

nf r-

proposal d ne


B.
C.

I

w, "{ P

the n-

rding. suitable re spon • to (' h ques-

Tllilt'

right.

(,I'"e n verb

'nth'" a g~at hlp.

ion '>,Ii

ll.YOU

llsi ns and phi'

Th

I

uld

D. I just don',

• how I can,

Elisions
In natural
ken f lim

E..

0,

he didn't,

I certainl hop not

c.
H.

0,1\

en h re d coupl

,nolal
t afar

as I know.
c

offee, pi Ye , that's

'e. llent propo ;)1.
re,

dI1 l':\

Informal Spoken English
wanna dunflO

M. Sh

tuall~ g
d

mornmg.
lid

Formal English want to do nor know
siJndwirn

\\' might

well get

ne today.

sanwich

To the I acben Thi'i erd pr vid a ew ampL questions with ut a qUe-&tion word. De nding on th ability of ow stud n " you might want to do m grammar pra ti in ~ rming qucstions at thi p int. The xerdsc could be llowed b a discu ion

what
nx

sis

whar.s h,s k

w

gimme

Phonetic
1

Linking

'lhlr.!1 "n~ll ... OjI1j~" h 11\1,.1 I·.... 1 I'h"I"'1I1o 111111 h .!lled "1'111 11'"' 11I1~IIL~ • II I \I'~" 111111111111 III I'I! "11 1 IIJ~h h '" 1>•• , I III' \ 11.,1.1. .11 I '"'' I UI ., 'h,11 I hi' I I III II .111" 11>11 , III. I '''ti ..111111 I·

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Day 6: Further Exercises for Part 11=Question-Response
It ~yllable does not bi;-gm with d con ...... nanl in 1'1''-11ten .ngli • thl-'Tl th speal ...-r t.. k the last c nsonaru lrom th prec ~mg syll.Jb!c and us s it the ( ound of the n :>.1 :oyU bh... Thus "sellin 11;" i p nounced "se-Illn ., nd "broken" Mom s "bro..,1" This hap ns aero \ 'OM hn mdaries d well a.. \\'ithin word , <;0 III t "w at is" becorn "Whd . "ilnd "JUst.J minute" bee m "jus-ta-mi-nute."

Spoken English
".r.kil'lgs

Written English
parking is whal.!lbout does
I

w/1a·ta-bout
doe-sitorlc

work

EXERCISE B: PRACTICING USING NATURAL SPEECH
Prarhce sayin!o"; th" foi!owinJi ..... l nccs aloud, n U.. lis] ns and IiJ1J..jn~ ttl rna them "(1un I ~ n.J lura I ilS pes lbh-, "'eIme hint ... MI' given In fhl' bra N n III h uld ,}~O loo bac th amples abov . I"l mg olbl ' to ~ ak J:.ngli~h naturally your .. -lf wrll help "UlI t{l und ·r:.t'lI'1dnatural pllkPn rnglish. 1. 2. '. What Dhoul h.n in" lunch logl..'th 'r? (hnking: wllQl "illllI') I do 'I MU'" ~ h<lt his n me .trrM!',..ricion: U'llIIllzj~. 1/ 'g
I.

Vocabulary
IT' the Li t.. nm~ mpr 'hl'n'i .n section 01 tlw I st, y,>u Will, S('I he r H.cdblilal) th L i.. u~od m inIorm.il ~p echo H,' are some e mp ..... l th' e wurti~. tOgl II 'r" ith th 'ir ~u"'ah'nt<; in a mML' hlf mal t le t Engli

Informal English
lou; of

Formal English
many d,rector or sop ntisor conract

boss
9 t in touch With

rl

(ell ion: .1011'1 lit;' i ) ...

I'd m.. d ham andwi h, pi a , (linkmg: tltt ehsi n ~m.tfl'lcJ') How d I'U it wor ? (1Inklng: docs you n
II)

a,

ExERC SE

C: UNDERSTANDING
USED IN INFORMAL ENGLISH

VOCABULARY

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I \\0' k, ( Iision n~.tfTIYC',
fu,i

I want t fini h thi ... l~ '0{1 n <1" (X ...... rhle ( '1ml w.linUng-- lru_, IJ.· vn + <1.,1

n:

III 0 mal \·,l('ahulary 1.' u J In th: st tern mts and 4ul....tion ... Und rli • the informal hurd .., then . rcwritp th ·Jlll'llu....10 f rm al n~h

7,

"11 be with

HIU

mol

mlnute

(Iinkin~: i"

til

I. :L J.

H~ [dt la~' night

cll..itm.liifJ fn~/ 111~""1

\\'h it~

Jou'r

lhro~l'h ~\Ith th,ltjourn..ll, an I have
i ·t'm

Could you ,h
) '!>,

01

hand \\ ,th til, ? sharp.

:-.lid h "d be here al:.i ('do she quit I'pr lob 1,1 I \, c ·k

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7. Id

s for Part II: Question-Response

He was late
buti.!;

50 many

tim
t

lh y fin Dy fired. him.

'd 1 _,
ell

in tou 1'"ith me early n
th.1lfil'·.

week.

n't hav

ue wh

8.

Your boss call d wlille yuu wttre

ut.

Li

Il'n to

the following exam I . Question Woold you II e <.I s ndwich.
or some
500p

R sponse

Example I Who' going to
checks n .~

1

nn ..

I thin I'll just have 8 drink.

m charge of processmg P ycredit card, ccountant.

CA) y~, I hll\'
(BI Theassislanl

When did they ndout that order?

They didn't say.

II

Can you recommend a restaurant around here? ....•... I don't usui1Itly cat out

w,

Is there a shuttle ~s othe a rport1

As

h recep io is, overthere.

EXERCISE

D: liSTENIN.G FOR A

NATURAL RESPONSE
Listen to these quesoonsfrom erdse B from o· y . TIl ,m<lt h th quetl ti on with the eppropriat r pon e from th list on the right, thinkin eb ut whi h would b a natural re pense to th
umpl2 Wh th employ caf 1eria1

()
(B)

's out .c..k: til.
" I'm re II hungry.

(0 I'm not UN;

r just

tart d her.

Question
1. 2

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J. ... 5. bit
0"<1\

if 1 ch.:mg" thO' an filtl'r'
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Do ou 1'1,1\0 '" 11) 11,.\ bullt .' JoIr rrom thl' old on .1

m:\ ' rnuseuen

..

You'w

nvl

1'1.

111\ 1.1 in~ ~ Itt"" job,
1

.~1'1.' you.

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Sht uldn't \\ - hir . ill n " d" Would
tU

ncr~ Ul\('h.

Iii... I

i in u

III

Response
j

Qthin'

It>. r

as vailablc

B. y~, I "tart in t~\ ,~\ ~k~. C D.
[hI' ~'IILiI • department "I~,Wl'

..,.tn\ ite

hould 11 • h
,II CI

I thnught

·ht.

r,
H.
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ANSWER

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FOR

DAY 6

Exercise C
P 1.
it?

[ble answers:
y 1ha that journal when you nish re ding

Exercise A
Complete 1. questiuru.: Would you mJnd helping m with this uitc.a.se?

2. 3.

Could you h p m w th this

2. 3.

lie' not going to buthat

,~he?

Sh said she would be h rut
y~
w rk so often th I

ctly

o'c!

k.

Sh 1 aves on Friday. doesn't she? Is this your first i it to th United Kingd m? Would you like ft ride to th theater this evenin ? 5.
6.

he resigned from h r job last week.
ey finally db-

The manag'
week.

.d he w uld contact me early n
t

6.
7.

Shall we in ?
d Mr. Rleha

ay,

r finish this in the m m-

7. n phon

I do not know where th Your superv
of the

file is.
uk

to :onllrm that

ilp-

pointmenl? ,,'ould 9. ou p fer coffee, r lea? ce, didn't w ?
u think you

8.

orr .

r tel

h nI'd while you w

Exerdse 0
1.

10. Do 'f'
tim 7

ill If

that propos

done on

C
F

2.

3. H
1,

II
F

A

23.

5.
6. 8 7. 0
G

M

4. 5.
6. 7.

c

8.
9.

I
A

10. 0

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Ouestion-Response: Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises
In this lesson, you will. have the opportunny to practice Part II of the TOEIC test. Before you do this, remind yourse:lf of tile tips given on Days 5 and 6: • Focus on the purpose of the question. • Usten for question words. • Be prepared for questions without a question word. • Prepare yourself for authentic Enghs' speech. • Listen for a natural response to the question.

I~IUl

J

"ll l'~

Pari I of the Lest, be sure 10 J.isten to all of There is ~ pa 1I e of :; seconds between

I 011

"'liLln.R~pul'l!>·

it

Tn.
J nd

se

thll> pracnce

(",ut

I u~l·d 10 the timin~

peed of d ·Ii\ cry.

Part II
Dirf!rn'ulIs: 1" tIl is pa rt of ttTt! test, you will hear a questioll or statement spoken fll .E'lgli.sll, lot· It}wrd' f,y tlln!(' T ponse ,Ill 0 poken in flgli ,It. TI/I! question or statement anli tlte responses Tvi/' be spolt!1f jll:st one j~ re, TIleY wi n tto t be prill ted iPl your test book, so you must liste» carefully to Ima r ta"d '.(IlIa t the speakers ay. You Ilre to rimose th« bl' ~t rt'51'Oll5I'fO pad, 'l"tS tio It or
slRtl'mcmt. Now, listen
10

PRACTICE QUESTIONS
\ Ir) tllI~prJ( lill'
II

m' I II
II,
I

II, working as if you tt_'.i [ULI(_ ~"L On the fOCOrdin~, }OU Ih.' dlro.:l..!J\ln~ and an example item, as
J'I.'.II

r.1tt
I

, 1.1 11 ,I

rut

test. Before ~011 start,
it

n\1I11i:> 'I ,r ns,I,
I PH
'"

:!l

<;11. n

Wor~ Irdl,l;hl through

II 'f' I h,' WI "fin
'. t .111 "" er,

pi 'u' II part'f to th.' ~. . I uu are Hilt ~UIC
},Oll
'f

choose the one

a sample '1u

tinn.

t

,

HI

all

Imlllf'I.,

('Iwln: tcs ~. n '\

'au will hee r. You", ill .. lso hear:

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Tilt' h(,~t rc~r.)]l"'· to h qu stion "l Iow are \"",,N I ,11 Ill' ( ) NI nm lin', lhnnk you." ThereI. 'I' "II II '111d .11 ., " lin..\\, -r (A) TIn' .m~WL'r~ ,n' I II "I. II j 11<.

Day 7: Ouestion-Response: 21. M r your .1n
22. 23. Mar Mar
'(lUI'

PradiceQuestio·n.sand

FoUow·up Exercises

, ron
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your

n<;WQr

sh et.

.'In!'>\\'

UI an .... wcr

50h

Fouow~up EXERCISES
EXERCISE

l't.

our answer on your answer sheet. yom answer on your a
w .r

2 . Mar

sheet.

.A:

GENERAL

PROBLEMS

25. Mar your answ r on your answer sheet. 26. Mark your answ r on your answ r she
t.

WITH PART II
Think about any pr bl 1'1\
yO\! had. H re are

27. Mar' your answ r on your answer sheet. 28. Mar' y
~I

r answ r on your an w r he t.

29. Mark your answ .r on 'ou r answer sheet,

30. Ma rk ou r a nsw r
31. {ar

nn

'our

answer

sheet.
t,

sam typical comm nts from students, wlth om' suggesnonsthat might help them, Read through lh problem and suggestion . Did you h .ve ny of these difficulties? Are there any other roll problems that you had1 Would any or th u&Sesljon.~ giVt!TI here h lp \vith our problems?

sen

}'flur an~ w r on your answer sh

Problem:

"'Tbl'nJ
N

Wl!te

quJte il fii'w ~\I(lrd

l dldn

I

32.

ar }'our ;]nswor nn your answer sheet
UJ'

understand.

33. Mar your answ r on y 3-1. Mark yourallSwe:r 35. Mar' youra: 37. Mar'
3ft

answer h

t.

on your answer sheet.
r

r

words you do

"t il'Ords. Try 10
Suggestlolt:

Dan'!
gel

lVorry if yuu dOll1lrndaslall.i >111 Jile mlli" i,t f'fl, rmd loms IJII til.

blow..

wer on your answ
011

h

t.

36. Mar )'Our answer

your answer sh 'ct.

'our ,answ r on our answer sheet.

Mdrk )"tJUf dl\~w'r un }'I UI' an~w 'r sheet, on your answer sh('ct.
)'OU

Prubl m: "I W;I!i ~\lire I had rhosen Ih!! right .IU w r, but It t~Im out tu be w ng." Sa,gge tion: A/u'I2Jr' risl('fI 10 nl' (l JIll? dlu/«(S. CI""" fA) or (8) mlly Wt,',11 /0 IJr dgh/, but ktrp 11)/('Iml.11 rill I .1(ll11 mill! eel IIIaI choice (e) is deJillildy!l1 corm/ "/1,' "The peaker spoke too qui 1<.1 I M,I . b ·hind." ugge Han: Don't ~pend I~'" lilng Ihill4.illS rll~,ut each tme. After yOIl hnt ' !tImed to 'he 3 dl(li,'~, "".", "I. 5 srt:fmds be tc you ilellr thi' Ill"Xl 1/lIl-:;til'll. 1 .',t'll' ."", t d eddi!! Oil rile anSWi!!r. pick ""~ one Ilial ~t·.·!lJ'II", ,
Problem;

31,1. ~a!rk your answer

'0. M.uk
41.

youril

n-wer lin

r ,m~ w r h

t.

omplt

11ft

lark your answer on your answer sheet. lac youransw r nn

42.

y ur an wee h

t'I.

e

43. Mark }'our answer on your answer she
44. Ma.r your nsw r on

nlPrr'~ u dl/lIJet' tlml

it', rigllf.'

our answer shoot. answ r she t. h
"'I.

Problem;

'" unders100d

Ihl' qw<':'ti on. bu I I 11,,111 ,
f

45. M.'ck yourill'bwl"T

011your

46. M.Jirk your.<1 nswer nn our answer

unde -t.lnd 1111 tilt, "'.... U """...... p u_gge lion: 'Ta' (f <~IIj>i,. N.', _.,.'111 -,' a /1/ ml "

47. '~ark

)'UUr

answer on y ur answer h

t.

-ttl.. Mark youranswe:r on your answer sheet. 9. Mark your answer on your an wer sh I

:Probl -m: "Th fir l pc.:! ker " ..ked .,1>11111 ""1' thin~ called 'Iaundry' J d\\Jl', nlH\ \\. h.u ,11,11 I "il couldn't answer t.h.lt on r"

Suggetion';
1IIIII!'1'urrd\ l

B",

.11111' 11/,111

50. Mark ),ouranswer on your answer sheet.
• ow, STOP the recordlng,

j II 111l'ljUI"

fi.m IJ-.J· ""

'"w.' lIu,l, H",,~I
III /,1

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Day 7: Question-Respo.nse: Practice Questions and Follow-up ,Exercises
FOr eX<lmpl ,look .II number 2t. Ttll h '<I rd IITl till: rL'CQrJ in);. (Woman)
(Miln)

To the teacher: For this acti\'it)~ it would be best to put the students intl groups of our, H'iH'd in smell circles, At this point, the discussion should b~ about gen~ral difflc.ultie~ with thls part ef the ~t, not about particular Items. You could type the' problems on cards Each group discu'''s.es tht! probh!ms and decides on :!Ju~gesnons for each problem, Students add any other gL·rn·r.11 problems they had..md ,di_"'CUSS!:iU gestions fm those prublt!lns. AI 1:1 te,t;'ml. tile groups could compare their rt'sults with each other or \\ ith the sugb'"estion..~ in tile book.
Now try Part II again, Cover the answer key. Play the r('cording strai"hl l.hrough once more, and tr), the question. you got wrong again. Aft rward, check }'{'!urIn wers. How did you do Ole second time?

I what you

11.1vc they d 'Ii\' 'n'l:l our lu neh YL'l?
(A) l Iike chicken

(al
()

n Monday.
L~,

it\ hl)rc.

pm;slbl· t'xplanaliun: lit dill"" ( I. TIll" ("om ...I dlJ;;Wl!r is ( ). The 5tudl"'T1! prub ..blv hose (1\) b xause the qu' ti n was about "lunch" and (A) m('ntiort<; ~chic n,"
it

Here's

1111' ~flldl'

50methins: )'Oll: lTII8 I edt "'T lunc.h. rh word order the qu~ tlon show thai ~ "yes" or "no" answer is (' pected, bit" In (e) could be "lunch." ChI! ' your I.:xpl<J.natiuru.,If lhl stud -ru' .. an'! w irs for numbers 22-30 dg.lln t the • pillnalion!; here. Did yuu have .,imildr explan lriun"?
In

ExERCISE

B:

21. The student <he e (A). Th coree answ r i!. (B). LOOKING AT THE
The rod 'nl probablJ clx,!ot,! ) b CdU~ ~11t: f qlJe~· tion <15M; "when" " d ( I ~Mtes a tim e. 1low ·~·cr, Ole questtonas when ~urnl'thlT1g; h.Jppl<'noo in the pest, and (A) Idl~ olbnult . time \\ hen !'oOflU thing happens In the pll'lo'.'nl. everv dol)'. ' Ago" in IBI bhol\'~ thai thl hoiee i~ about om lhinf, inIh p11.SI, which fik with thl· 'luI,.,tinn. "Thn-e weeks ago" enawers the "when" question. 23. The stude ...1 ~·ho~., (8), II. • rorrect .llhWt'T. The woman cannol ldl.:n hEy what th c 1I01~ . \\ ol~. '>1' "I don't know" lS il'n pprllpnol~ > olJll"..... r, e 24. The student ch se (B). The (i('rn- I 0111
W

CHOICES IN DEPTH
Ihcsc
olR!

the answers '

Ih.:rt..l s ItJ d 'n I chosefo r the

II.... ten qu~lio '

'I

A

~A
11 11

qB
I ..

l
t

'I 1\

'r i (1\).

/I.
1\ 1\ I ,.,k ,11 lit., rr.Jch,(' qu .....ions script Lhal begins t I' I , 'iN 11'1.1~I,·n hi th~' I"ft"ording fori es quesh II, '11 \ II, I .' I h 111'1 , .. 1(1 r Ih., recordlng and think ,I'll It 1110 " I IIml ..
II

The student probably

chose IB, because II mentluns " <'I slnrt," which LllUld b.> ·'1<'111".11)." IOlldnnot be the answer beceu ~e 1'1 IJC'> nut dR),WCo'r 111 ' "when" question. (A) ]>I;h· cl !>uH.able answer to ',10 a question about sorn thing h,lrrl'ning in th,' fu· ture, because "in about 1"\.\ 0 hours" rn",m<, 0 hours from now,

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111.[

il"

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\!

\\ 111 II,.
t

'II thru] Ih,' ..lud,'nl dll""" (Ill'; ;:m<;weI1 111111 ,'1111 Ih,' I lIlli' t
I'll '"

25. Thestudent chose (C), the correct answer. lhc quesnon asks "who" and tel gl\ Oi!S th name of a p('r~on either ( , nor (IJ) ~lIpplil'" thilt infl)rmuhon

I, II

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Day 7: Questlon.Response:
2.

Practice Questions and Follow.up Exerci58s

(A), th correct nnsw r. Th I'd rd r f the qu ;sl:ion u es a" 'es" r "no" w r l exp ed, ( ) an. ers " ," usin Ih P'" ten~, which w(1I11d be appro nate: for answerins y 1.1 Iion in the pr@5ffi1 perfect tense, (C) also giv a "yl;'S" a n5Wl!r, but it answers with a future
w

EXERCISE

C:

THINKING

ABOUT THE

INCORRECT CHOICES

tim ,whi

his not appmpriate

(J r the quesbnn,

27.

28. Tl1I-- ~tud,'nl chose (A). The c rrect answer is (6). TI,I? tudent probably heard "time" and "play" in thl? q1.1 !lon as wen as in (A) and dedd d to hllo.!' th I answer, The qu stion ks NWhat tim '?" Th wom n does not hav that Worm !:inn, . 0 (EI) is an appropriate ans er, 29.

w)

You want m don't you?
an)

10 r

type this docum

nt,

(W

(Al (8)

That
'W

p w uld be besl
uld ppJ'
i I it. t.

()

um nt th

O. The student chow (8), the correct answer. The question is nbout i.l train Ihnt i.5 delayed, and asks "why" thal i< so. (8) giv po iblrea n,

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sponse: Pr dice Questions and Fa low-up Exercises

EXERCISE

0: IF You HAVE MORE TIME

PRACTlCE QUESTIONS
21. (Woman] (Man)

SCRIPT
I?

I lave they d 'Ii" ·red our lunch fA) llik
(8)

chicken.
It' . h

( ) Yes,
22. ( l'nl'o.lble respons • II's: s:
an)

(W man)

(A) At nine o'clock ~very rn mingo (8) Three we'

ing to 11 (nf'. 23. (
an)

. ago .

(e)
What
hard?

a that loud n lse I ju , ,I ttunk
, cam ras
It WitS.

(Wom.n)
u know "I 'a.. 24. (\
0 lan)

()
(C)

what

time

th

pi

nt

(8) I d n't

ow.
n t allowed.

Wh 'n will m ' laundry

be ready?

(Man)

(A) In ab ul two hours,

(8) Two dollars

iI

hirt,

(el I've air oldy cut it.

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Day 7: Question.Respons
"hll will gu with yo nes trip?
C

: Practice Questions and Follow~up Exercises
n til b
t-

32. l~om.:ln)

\J 1I\lld

·OU Uke to ord r tllr II'" } ear

J

cI

J."

an

(M H (r.lin. I ) The E calibur flo (0 M~.r"""tnn. I.

( anI

( I 'LOS, Ih 'y can. B

n,

J

".

b 'lolin-Md' h e om

(C) E cept for ~I!rnber.

2b. (Wom n (M n]

Has t

dirt

tOl

am

d) ll!ft?

33.

(\1an)

What do)' u think 1 should w ••
l(.. th

( ) )'" ... hl' h dan ,

app intment,

party? nic , girL in

(8) It'~ on rhe right, a tuallv (e) 27. I oman 1)
HOI'

(Man 2)

(AI
(B)

A ~Ult and lie,

\e . in tim:

m n h. .
the

(1

t.

long do 'OU thin m l'bn~ will las ? ()
n h ur

taff

(WOIIIOln 2

m ~t n uur rtment.

rw

m n 2)

(A) (C)

, I can't rem I'd Ill>

ber, mplct

(S) lnthe conf rene mom.

«.) )\U the staff
d, ( iTIll"
I'"

(8) Yes, th.1t would b 'h~lpful,
0, il (.

to

t.

2.

( [an) (Worn n

the lao begin ter to find ut.
,.

35. (\ oman) IManl

tht' fir..,t 11m l've played. rc all hear ,h"mu

(8) I'll .11 th til ( ) couldn't 29. t Vam n

n
l.I

p,·ni-.t'I.
I
Tak Ih m
(1

IJ

Dr.l<t> mold'

oHIt-

IWDm.:m

36.
(Ill &... ·,JU,.· w 're st fling
tC)

(,fan) (Wom4D)

cuff

cup

ts

on mv

..,

n \\

(A) U' not h us d sk,

(S) l w
(') 37. (loman)
(Man)

wond 'ring whe
I knu

l leu u
I

,m
,'1'

'to

ina hurt)~ rnLc?

ream and
YI"lU

ugar, pll',I"l'.
t U~
1I11

30. 1M n 1)

Wh

thi train runnin

Wh . didn't be Iat

an

2}

( ) We me th'm two h urs ago.
(B) I think probl Tn . there are mechani ill

( 11 (}uldn't find a phon (5) I'll trv agJ.in IODlOrrOv.. (e)

(CIII'" scheduled fur Platf rm 7.
31. (Man)

"au wanl m ' 10 n-h P • thls doeum nt, d ,n't 'ou?
( ) hut t pe (BII w uuld ( I,

38. I 1an 11 Ii tan
2)

ho's thc new bakery? (A) Th rnornine now o h b,
11

I"

u do han' penn."

i '"

,.
It!
1 III

( oman

. uld b b prr
I Ill' H, 11m 1\1 ttl II.

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IDay 7: Question-Response:
39. (Man) (Wom.1n)

Prac:t'ce Questions and Follow.upExerrislts
6, '(Woman 11 Where h uld
10

Why don', we go out this e\erung? (A) David and Carohne. (8) Sorry, [ ve alr eady made plans. (C) , d idn'I,·njnythal mov II.! eith 'r.

we

meet so we can
t

all go

lh game

gethcr7

(Woman 2.1 (1\) TI\e team is very good this year. (8) Let's meet at the stedaim en-

~I). ,(Man)

Wh.l t i.. • fir\(' th

F(>f

overdue boo" s1
47. lMan 1) tM:m 2)

trance.
( ) It <;hould tit> ver by tim n'dock.
I low VI n w

(Woman)

(A) You. can borrow videos, too (B) Y ,It'S
( J
iln

cellent book.

bo!'. ur will arrive onlime7 (AI Express service (C) To buy some.

lh~t!:hl!

order

It'

I~ ("tnt .. a

da .
(I

15 vlTf

reliable.

U.

(Man)

You don't really n 8 nl
'proj Ilhi (A) Tn the beginmn~.

"!.art ill'!~ late in the day, do you?
tUnl'.

(B) At about five in the aftemocn.

rwoman)

(Bl I !ttitl ha ve
2: (~tan)

4.8. IWoman)
(Man)

(C) Yl'l'o, II rc U)"

.

Didn't an~'une rain the n 'w employee to us the copier?
(AJJohn. tak.csth bus to wor (B) Th copier's in the sl.1H room. (C) Mike showed him how everything work

Should I wail here t the counter or follow you back to tbe wolreho ~?

(",oman)

(AI I put the seal

n the

(Ollnlpf_

(61 My h use I~ n t f r frum here. ( ) Oh, romp with m ple..l..w. (Man 11 Your managing director 'e!ltL'rday, didn't he? resigned

19. (Wotna.n

n
1)

What do you think, pillin nr palI rned carpet in tho.~ waiting room? ..

(Woman

(A) Not much longer, I hope.
(8) There's no room on the plane [C] Either one is fmc with me.

IM~21

lA' Ye!l, It was quite ign.
(C) Y:,

Ii)

~l.Irpri.<;c. 50. (Man)

(H) The lette-r is R·ady ror ),ou to ( can ~iv you directl
lOU sel 10 ' .... ork

ns. (Woman'

Wilina g reimbursed for thecost of dri vms h r ca r to the meenng, d !Sn'! she?

(Wuman) I 1\1 oInl

How will row?

tomor-

IA) I'U have

j}

look in my purse.
ubmit a

{J

I'll

\t

my car

bile," from Ih

(B) Yes, but she has to claim form.

rnl,... h:d.J11C luni,;hL .

t ) No,
tim~.

we'\'

illr('_.Idy mPt"

vl"ra.1

(8) I ,.;u horne "'d.rly on Frida~"
{el r pplicd for ~ veral

fob .

b M... [JU from th
\ ·,1(011ir>n1 ~:MI"')

ra

nll-'fll here toddy, or

roll d P rtI~o;h stlll n

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Day 7: Question-Response:

Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises

ANSWER KEY FOR DAY
21. 22.

7
36.

C
B
B

B C

7.

23.
24. 25.

39. 40. A

B

e

ze,
27.

41. B

.u
43. A
-I. A

2. B 29. A 30. B
31. B

45. 13
46.

8
A

2. B 33. A
34. B

47.

4. C 49.

e

35.

c

50. B

Tips and Exercises fer Part III: Short Conversations
In the losson for Day 1, you tried some sample questions from P rt III0 the test. Oday, you will start to work on Part III,the 5 a ConvQrsation!. section. T is is the part of the test in which you ear a conversation between two people. I the test book, you will read a q astion bout the conversation, nd you will also see four choice . You should C 00 h e t an wer to the qu~ 'on rom I.h", four ehoiees. he following <lre import.,n poin s to remember about th s part: • here are 30 questions in the Short Conversations sect 0 . • In the test book, you will see only the question and the four choices. Youwill not we the text of the conver5 fon.
• • As in the rest of the listening ing only once. On the recon:lu'Q. there is a pa Comprehension section. you will hear the record

of 8 econds b tween ques .ons,

in" \ Ith J 1I tha I w ill help r answ r wl....n ou h.. II ' \.00'

Eumpl I On Ih., rewrdin!;> you \\,,11h

iU'

(Woman)

Hav~ you h .:Ird. Mr. OIITlOS 15 gom frica. L' th t nght? (gue.

t(l

an)
(Woman

he'll be gnnl" for

ow,

OP th

rei:

rd Ing.
ou

In your t

t boc-k.

will

r.. ad.

No ~way7

Huv. Ion will f\ill Olm

be .1\' ay? rhal \,u happen, lnd out (Qr .. ow
(D) Over

\ tcr A!dwng the question. y<lU can "''1> need I find out WfL Icn,~ m~thing will 'Iou can th£.n list..n to th CQn\' r auon 10 • I !TI !th of tim th,lt ;1r. Dim ~ will be iI AReo • 30 Days to the TOEle Test

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Day 8: Tips and Exercises for Part Ill: Short Conversations
When y nt IhI: conversati n, il is not
11«-

sary ttl oclll' (t'''~tt' Mr. OLm~ ill gUln!;:. The MlSW r to th quesden can b heanj ~\hen th woman "ilY., ..... jU. t fourte :n days," cau f urCi.>\."n days L the
am

ExERCISE A: LISTENING FOR
REQUIRED INFORMATON
In Fxampl 1, the e w rds, or the w rib thai
dOl}",,"

t ) i lhJ:' best am y r, . ow. read the fullowmg quesnoru
iI" two Wt1o'k, .. ,

upply the answ er, arc "ju-t fourteen

In E -

"" h.. 1 d,

Ih 'w

man want In dn?

(IW trut u have read the qu 'bun, w h '1\ \ OU heal the conv rsation, you c n listen for ll'lllll the ""'llman want 1I no that au do n l I1 eel to kn , whprt' tht· people are, who the re, r wh I 11K' worn n i... oing. d

ample 2, Ih fOy wnrd.· arc "want to ..ad" m m nt.' In I:. eras " 'ou II pra lice libhmirll> I required information. 100 I h quenon ,II1J read 1111.' cholc b fun.>yuu Ih.li.'n. Un lhe lin und meath, an wer tl e question and write the ) word: Ihat hclp 'ou 3nS\\, er lh> qu • lion

E umpl 1

1.

\Vh rc arc tilL> ph t gr phs? ( ) [n thl' woman' I tee, d On th con PTt'n ~ table.
n U "man'

tlw r\.'\.uldln,.

WIll hear:

(8)

Wi mil"):

tha today' paper? I wdnt lu'>l! . it OUf ad vertiserneru ... In il7
l._o

(I

(0) In thl' break room.

0, thl" I~ \·(,·t rda" orne in 'l'l

, 1 day's hasn't

2.

Whatd

th woman scy bout th be m >dili cdlody .

d~ricaJ

(Woman):

I., I'U \. 11 downsta i'" and a c P" rdlng,

equipm nt
I I It

• Noh'. 'TOP the In our I '>1b \\'h t does h
n

ROC

161 11\\<) made in urope.
Ie) It was bnught
(0) It opernt I il trade show.

k, \ u will read:
\V

man want to du?
in

qui IJ .

( ) Put an dJ\Cru-cln",nt (S) Ord r
it

th .. par ..r, mad '.
Iol'ml'nt. to

w-.

ilp~r ub,,"-,"ipli n,

( ) Have scm
(0) In th
So' .... ~

rho

pi

\hnu.th

?

hec the paper for an adwrtl
Ir.,t IIIlt! tht' roman

( ) On Tu I

day
. ~

(l}) OnWcdn"sdJY

ays, "1 vant

If yo I have nlwddy read the qu uion, ou WIll r d Ii,,!! th... IOU ,\I' abor t 1(1 1 hi-' .1.n w r. The woman ',y~ that :olw ants to ee if the ad" rtb ment l-, in ih paper 'Y and Llle hd\' a imil mcanmg in th ... ituatirm. 'h i- (0) ls therefor thl' b._·...t answer

fhur-.da_

"""'If

( ) On t-:riday:;,

ow.

P

~ re

rdme.

Day 8: Tips and Exercis

5

for Part III: Short Conversations

TIP Try to Imagine the

If you hea e the w ord :
pdlienr

settIng of the co v rsatlon and who Is s eakjng.

x-ray
e am

doctcr
ppointm nt

medicine

EurnpL

3

(Man)

Orlean Who are the (Wom~J1) (Man

Th.lnk,,~ r -our h Ipwith our trip to New . Th h I I o,I.a b utiIuJ and w

My
oil

plea un> I btU r trip?

you're planning

an-

What

Yes, and I'll
mcndatio

tickets,

Th question written in th test book can often 1I"lp you to det rmin the ttlng of the com rs hon, For xnrnple, from th qu n \\0 h rn: ilt'd th
arts?

ow, ~TOP ltw> ft'cording, Ih man thanks the woman for her "h Ip ...ith our trip," H dbo tell:. h 'r h ",m need "plan ti kets, <l r ntal 'ar, and a h lci mm ndano ." The

woman as 5 the man if he IS "plannin nether trip ." These are services usual1y providl"Ci by :I ~r.w 1 agent Therefor , you can infer from th e nver ::I ti n hat the woman is a trav agent and th rna.n,::1 C\.! tom r, Th cenversan n may be taking place at a plant supervisor
foreman trd' el

g

nc '.

production li~
lh t the stUng f IhI! roducdon I iii t of. hun

D y 8: Tips and Ex reise, for Part III: Short Conversations

ExERCISE

B: IMAGINING
r

THE SETIING

FOR ADDITIONAL

PRACTICE

AND WHO IS SPEAKING
)' u . len to the I n based
II

ordin.

imagm • til . >t"ling
10

and who is ~I·aking. You wrll hav '
h<ll u h at Jt

make eonduh... P ·bII.'

Yn

to answer all Uw que tions for each I:x<I,,"pl(',buILT." to wri down key words that f II you wJio U1C peakrs prob bJy a ,TJ.'Ih7t th y pmbabl re, wlWI they
(:1)

d

dning. and what their

latiow/llp might be.

1.

Who an! the pe "'Cl!j,?

h r ar tit y?
Wh t a they domg? Whdl ~ their re1Gti

hip;>
1'81

_

Occupations 00 0

Sell II!:!
A An ch

2..

Who

til

p.lk

Whl'l'i.' art' they.

Sec.
_

t~

All office
alfport 5

Whilt ar th

doing'

POle o leer
lo!lxi dnver

Wh.lt is th ir rei tivo..,hlp?
Wh) Wh re the spe kers?
It' ill\'

Acot

shop

Teacher Walt,

A nlghw '/

the ?

Pilot
Mech c

A mark t A bank
Apes office

Wh.al are th y doing;> Wh.lt· 4 t ir rcbti nslup'? ers?

_

Shot! §1I1e-sman

A library

Who are th sp

Wh

rio' arc they?

SCRIPT FOR DAY

8

Wh t are they dUll>? \Yhat i. their rclabOl1.!ihip? 5. Who
lIll;'

Exercise A
_ I. (Wo;m) \I\lh r
[;lnla Cor.WJ'l"n

thcpeakers?

re the picture ... Irurn tJ ,~ 1111'1<' h,'

u

AI·
"

1 put th m uf*1 ir-, In v.lllr .. (i,
Didn't \>Vhat re th"y doing Wh,,1
I~

"OU I ~Dllh·J'II

(W IDan
=

WoJ!. I l·ft Ih
r....rm

III hl·1"t' In

tAt'lr rl'l.1bllrt;.hip?

I'lf I" 'I't. 1,,1,",1- ,I

DayS: Tips and Exerds8S for Part III: Short Conversations
2 (Man) Have you shipped the electrical 3.
{M.m)

And this i!. the
SH't'

l<ltest

model. You'U
it dot:!ion'l u

equipment to the European trade show?
(WomiOl)

money

~.,IU:lol:

much hot \varer or electriCity.
(Woman)

to make sam modificalion!.>to It, but that wun'l b dif 1cult, I'm ,",Uft.' \\t' ("o;In dl' it.
We han:

I don't know. Ille rcstaufll.l'llcan gel

very busy. How fast is it?
(]l.hn)

Fa.,ll'f th,lll til

m,lr;:hin", ou're

U~-

(Man) 1.
(Woman)

1Ik\ e got to do it quickly. lYe don', have thai much tim .
I thought you "ad an economics d.l""lln TtI"",d'dY nigh~'l..
4. (Woman)

lng now. You'll find it cleans pots and pans better, too. I understand you had to shut down lh", third as. ('mbly line lhis mornIng. What happened?
(M.an)

:(Man

No, 11l'ia" switdli'd 10\llleclnesdays, and the finance d;!SS wascanceled, so now I'm free on Tuesdays and
Thursdays,

A power !>upply problem. The eleetricianhad to replace " cable. It was off lor about an hour. Hav him check th cables In hnes on and two and I· L me knm ....if there ,11"(> <lny more problt·m". !'Ul:xin m e ffi ec,
We should ha v e [u t ordered from the w tdil1f, This will Ii.! e all aft!.'rnoon.

(\.\'0 III

anl

Well. ~lIIce yuu're free, why don't we m 'I at thl? libr<ir}' lal r?

(Woman)

Exe;rc:ise B
(Woman)

I didntexpect

to see so many people here trusearlj; The show doesn't start fur another hour, and half the seats are already lull. \cVt'lI, the he,] d ac IlIr i~\ r pop 1..1 lar these oJ,]),!>. H ,,~ be 'n in a number 'of su cessful plays.
01 only th t,

5.

r,.,1an}

(Woman)

(Man)

This ton;:> che.1p(,f, end they de i Hv r, Bl"">!d,..c;, t don't want to Sf' a plrture: I want In~... what we'
getting. Well, we need filing cabinets, desks, and chairs. Let's look at the cabinets
fit'!il.

(Woman)
U\'omiln)

supposed
Your ·tory

but the set ddgn to be quill' unique.

is w.:t m

(Mnt)

en. ngl.':'o.

v ry

n 1<'1 night' gam t gtlOd, but I've sugg . wd

I hope II won't Lake much time. I've got to get to the stadium ror an tn11.'r\ iew Ihb afwrnoon. I~\'nman) You j list need to mil kl.' i I <iI bit
.... horter, \r\o'ewant to add anot er

photu.

&n_UbO.Jpg

\(bcXb~UUXc~b

Jpegl

Day 8: Tips and Exercises for Part II : Short Conversations

ANSWER KEY FOR DAY

8

Exercise A
P 1.
A
l!>

iblc k '_ \ .ords:

"I put th m ...in your of .

..

2.

"mak ... modifications" and "that B
\\T

n't be difficult" nesdav
II

"switched to W

Exercise B
p('~ ibl answ
1.
l.
1

cy are in a th tc b

>il

t r. Th . art'

iliting ~ r a pi y

rt

'ng about a rtsv 'cit T, an the woman

3.

Th ' man i tr. ing t IJ .. dish vash r, and the woman is r t'lUrant 0\\ nero The m.1Y b in an appliance t rv. The' are in a f dory. The \ oman may be a up rvi r, and th man might b a foreman. They are shop ing at an 0 fi supply to n ay - llezgue . They rna ha e just th if 0\ n b i

4.

1\.

FurtherExe rcises for Part lll: Short Conversations
On Day 8, you learned that you should read the question while you are waiting to near the recorded conversation. You also learned that you should try to imagine the setting of the conversa ion. and you practiced answeri,ng two types of questions: questions that ask about specific details and questions that ask you to come to a conclusion. In today's lesson, you will learn additional strateg,ies for the Short Conversi!uions portion of the TOEle tes .

IP Look at all fOllr choices refully before answering.
\~t" jo, th.d •.lTt' ~rokl'n in lh .. Cl'II\ .. r:,.ltilln ull':>11

In your I I boo.

eu will r ad"

What doe; the man wanl Sally to do?
(A)

rostpon

(n propesat 100.

(B) Hand him -.oml' rap£'t'S.

•, ar ill th
I

fuur d'llk'l~.Ynu I.'lod W Jeiul"mine if U'PI.'.ltoo words prnvide an answer to the qUl'Sf not. Consider the followmg example:

(C) TeU him what time the train leaves .
(D) Help him with B pI Chmce (A.) m rn+ion-- the WI man' pr po!i<ll. It'!\ tn" .. !.holt :;h!;: i ",urkinp, un a proposal. However, the miln ncv r len· her to dl'lily working on it. In Choice (8), the man asks for "a hand," which

tl1 • r ordin',)'

u ....111h '>1r

m SJIly. can you 1';1\lC Ill' .J hand ",i!h this marketing pmjKl tl"ili afternoon?
W,·II,I nl"ed to finish thl~ product pr'0prle.;d ~ ,d,t • In 11 1'1TJ sins 10 ('i1t~h B trAin .II ,:1';

t4l'I! 0

ask ~ r help How ver, h does not a..k

her

to/11m.!, or to' gl\l ,blm nything. Chu C~ (e) mentions wh I tim thi.' tratn It' '!!S. Th w<,miln d mmtion tnt> tim(> of th~ tra.in, but thl i not what the man wants to know. Choice (DJ is. correct becau e the man asks for help. or fllllln.l, WIth the pro ece,

I~ III

'I 1,lo....l ould "'"e start on 1 t nJ'Sl thing tomor-

''''

mill

Hlj(

1-11 n

Day 9: .Further Exercises for ·Partlll: Short Conversations

EXERC:I$E A: READING TH'E CHOICES CAAEFULlYBEFORE ANSWERING
In the next three questions. words that are poken in the conversation appear in the four choices. Read th ' qution and Ii ten to the ording. Th n read the choices carefully b ore answering.

TIP Be aware of d6Herent ways of aaswerin.gthe

question.
,>Vb' (I eh'
0

lng your answer in Part III of the test will be only on eorrect ('noiOi.'. The phrasing ollhat choice, however, IruJy be different from what you heard in the conversation.
be aware thoU ther

1.

\llthal doe the woman suggest?
(A)rying. differ'>nl co or .

Rx.ample 1
Can ider the following question; When will the woman leave for Hawaii? Th· correct al w·r ,May be a day, or a period of ti m . ow listen to the conversatton:
it

(8, ChaIlging the style.
(C) Using oth r fabrics. (O) Op ning
II

dale. a time,

n '\ a

ount,

2.

What is Mr. 6r~wer's eurr nt po ition? (A) Driver. (8) Salman.
(C) Parmer, (D) Manager.

[Man) (Woman) (Man)

can

I'm very tired. At least it' Friday and I [ p la tomorrow. ( won't b sleeping laic. I'U be up at 6v iM • th •pI an' for Hawaii I av at ~VCl\.

3.

Whal sport did Ihe man see last rughl? (A) Sa k tball. (8) Rugby. (C) Soccer.
• 01

That's right. Tomorrow, Y u're starting your vacation. HaVC.1 good tim ! v, STOP the reeordmg,

(0), BasebalL • Xow,

rap the recording.

There are diffl!rent ways to answer the pr~l:'diclg question. Look at the following choices. Which on _ are pas. Ibl€'a~ wee to the qu llOl1? When will the woman leave fur Hawaii?

When you listened to the conversattons, you probably heard om.€' (If the words written in !:he Jour choices. La kat th scrip and til answer key at the end of this section to check your an wers, U you selected any wronl; aaswees, try 10 decide why.
As • • Did youl'S(>lf II'M? following
ou N.' d

A. Tomorrow
B. C. Toda At five

qupstions:

thE> question fiJ1it?

D. AI sel~en E. ,In lin. . momlng
F. Inth aft m on G. 011 Fridd)1

Old you try to lDli'lgine the setting of the con versation?

• Did Y u ce fully read all f ur choic .?
'. 'ld you b I(.'fl to the entir onv er..atron
1

U.
{ hl'I(. '1lu-.h.
III

n
~

S.lIn nJ.

v

,n, r . m,1

\11\

H,rr.

t,h"".

:11.111 ,'or" (II\- 1111101\\1'1 Ih. ,,111.. , 1I1"~' I" 111,1\ 1[", It II II" 1,,11[1. hI

Day 9: Further EKeroses for Part III: Short ConIYersations

EXERCISE

B: LOOKING,

AT DIIFFERENT
THE QUESTION

WAYS OF ANSWERING
\ 1'!"Sil ti on

TIP Understand the purpose of the question.
In the lesson for OilY 5, you practiced. identifying the purpose of the question, This skill is useful throu~h.out the test, In the follolving conversaticn, fnr e-x:lmplp, rher ar differ .. n~ ways 10 ask a "wh n" qu tion. I.ook at thi~ convcrsauon;

Read thml<lgh Inl' following ltnes from Short on(the)' iHI' not romp I.. It> rnovO' rsa tinos). Ilh lin from th conv rsation-m italics-is folIllwed by a question. Try 10 (om up with as many Mwer<> for ach qu slinn ..,s po:>sible. ~Vhpn you I ,I ve fmishcd, go back and decrde which answers <Ire J • most lik Iyand .... rhich are th least ukely. IfI, ilr
Jrt.lUT('T.
y')U

ampl 3
(Man)

tluti i ,""Mam;

III

my af/let

In

lire lap

WhlU'e i the fil ?
{Woman!

I'm calling to let you know th. t Y Ill" credl card payment is several weeks overdue.

t

Hmm ... I thought I paid that lasl month. Pl!r-hap> it was delivered to the ",ron~
addre . records to ee If Wl'll ... plea~cht'Ck lour you', e a1reddy paid.

, Jt'

I»t /ligil /lrrt!, bul i~ sly,/I'S lUI' up-lHole. Wlu?ro is thl' conversatlon laking place?
IlTr a

IJria.s

(Mom)

Here arc two pnssible questions "when" quesHons for th(' conversation:

,rt's gOlllg fa be all hOIl r deMy Ld') Sf 011 't' "'!Op llra,bv.
Wh rc 1 the wr]vcrMliuo ..

if «or (all

filld

1. 2.

Whim

\V,

the> paym~·nl dut'? .

When d

lolkin~ plillt'?

In

woman

thin

. he m de ihc p.!lY-

ment7 In xerdses C and D, you'll practic Clwn qu ~tioru ond answer, writing your

I

t

/t"J Inl> Ilm><mlllti(lIl to be ;l/lLn:>IlIIg {mil jn/OmU1 the presenta-

Itltl ,I waSH I.

I h,lt d()('<; th.. woman th.mk about

I1I1 h

,I, ,I •• m· ~,I/J mv~lly /0 I"""llgt't~ lihillir fj ~I I"'~ //Ill/ley 011 latf-rug/fl oa1.-erll!img \\ 1.01 I [,lIIb,lbly "peaking?
, I,

lilt'

Day 9: Further Exercises for Part III:Short Conversat EXERCISE C; UNDERSTANDING THE PURPOSE OF THE QUESTION
1 ishm tf! Ihl' following onv rsation, Then wri

O"S

Answers
1. 1i check h r records.

2
3.

Sh th U~l· he h d alread Several weeks ago.

paid

bill.

quesflens for the answcn. thai are gi,cn. Somt' possible nrtswers are lisl d Ilt the end of Ihi.!l unit. Your answer mil r be sli~htlv f rent.

4 S. 6 7

LJ. t month. She missed B credit card payment. Bee u th woman missed a payment. redit card payment In iJ1ing offic .

n)

J'mcallin tal ty u know thaty urcredit . rd P ym nt I. • V ral w Ie, overdu .
anI IImm .. .I thought I p ld that last m nth, P ·rhilp it was elivered to th WI ng

(W

EXERCISE 0: PRACTICE WITH DIFFERE TYPES OF QUEST10NS AND ANSWERS

address, 1M ••
11)

Well

please check Y ur records I you' v alre.'ldy paid

if

w, STOP t:hJ reeordtng,

Questions
1.

2. 3

Qu stions
A. Wh 'doe. th man want
10

go?

6.
C. What d
the man ask the woman to do?

5.

D.

6,
7. 8.

2.

A. Wh

rI?

th woman

S ng1

8.

c
u

When Is th woman going to lh new rant?

1'('

,It

Day 9: Further Ex rases for Part III:Short Convertions

A.
B. Wru.td th man say a lltth "' ( L

ANSWERS

c.
B. TOOl doctor' ap intment,

o

\vh"

th' w man dlsapp lnted?

D. fie will tal<.
2.

il

tdxi.

A.
B He h oth r pJ ns.

Going I'D the new rest. urant

in n

tw

3.

A. Th vl5iling pro
B,

At

e beginning

rn

xt month.

D.

• N w,

r th

rerordin

.

Day 9: Further

Exercises for Part III: Short Conversations

FOR ADDITIONAL

PRACTiCe
the

SCRIPTS FOR DAY impt

9

Exercise A
l·IMan) W~'Vf' tritl'd dHlerenl colors and different I brics, but we hay n't been b!l' 1 ~. fy th dient.

• On th olh r id f the rei, write possibl questions ~ r th oorrversanon. Re d th wnv~r.;;at:iun out loud then tum the c"rd 0\' rami tr to an-

(Wo


2.

an)
(M n) (Woman)

I'll g ba k to produ tarted gain. Did Y u hear that ing ne: t m nth? I kn net? . I he an area

tion lUld g I

Ir, Bmw r 's retier r <l p rt-

front of card
(Wo~n}

-

maJ\iI

,din

an

th r real

an)

an)

Why? Th food and serviCJ2 are h _, and Ih re'. pI nty of space! prices keep

H' a p rtn r. H~ started forty 'eu a "0 a a d river and worked as a sa] man, too. u rouk Mlln ren h eli nt I ball golfO la I nighl How we
till plt'f('t soce r
•I b.lscbJU.

3.

(Woman)

gomg

up.

(Woman) I h ar th ba
it.

&ckofcard
Wh
j

(ManJ
om n unhappy with th ho 17 the m 11 think about th _ holi!.l?
(W man)

th

a be you should try bas tim . II's m re ex.citing.

ball

At

Wh r is lhi WhDare th

(lm'etsation peakers?

probably laldng place?

Da,y 9: Further Exercises for Part III: Short Conversations

Exercise D my
{Woman) {Man) ,Woman) (ould yC'luta (' me to the stahcn alter meeting? 1 hit ve

Sorry, I'm not going downtown

a doctor's appointment near h re. That's OK. 111get a taxi,
We're planning to ~ III th Ian r lauran! IhJ <lfl'm ) ou like til join u!O? . r lunch. lila} be ~\e Clln
01.'1\
)0.

11,d·

W(lutd

{Manl

I'd love to. nul I've alrcody made plans
~Clloomc

lime

nextw
(",0

an) OK If

It'

good. I'm uru\'l~ry

ne will

want to go b ck again

(Man)

I heard Ihi:, m rning that \ I.'dn~.ly'"

reoep 'on for the \,l",ltingp been po tp ned.

b~lr~h.l~

I ~\'ol1lan) Re"ll ~'11 w, looklng I{Irward to m l'1ing Dr. Greene rnd tlw nih Nt
IM... n) They'H' resehodul oin of IW'xl month.
it f r Itw k-gin

Day 9: Further Exercises for Part III: Short Conversations

ANSWER

KEY

FOR

DAY 9

Exercise 0
P ible qu ti ns and answ Answers To the- lation. , i the m ngoing? To e him to the lati

Exercise A
1.
2.

Questions
1. A.
B Wher

B
D

3.

Exercise B
Possible answers:
1.

c.
D. How will the man tt th tali n1 2.
A. To an Italian
rest

Up tairs. In the man's offi e In the top drawer. In desk. A shoe store. A clot:hlng store. A boutique. A department store. An alrp rt. A train station. An office.
It was bonng. it was dull. It was not informative. A mark, ting executive. A busin

urant

2.
3. 4. 5.

l:I. Wh I lh man not able to g< to Ih Italian restauram toda ? s ftcm n,

owner. Acorn-

pany president.

Exercise C
P . '11>1 ql.l
1. tiOll!>: to do? What does th man sk th womn

A. Who L lh ption B.

r? It has been lponed.

2.

Why

ttl woman surprised?
?

Wh n was the p ymentdu Wh n d m nt? What mis 6.
7.

C. When will th reception been
hi?

th woman
e has til wo

de tit P yde?

D.

lorn

th

Wh} did the man call?
What'

overdue? does the man probably work?

Whe

Short Conversations: Practice Questions
and Follow-up Exercises
n this lesson, you will nave he opportunity TOEle est. On Days 8 and 9, you learned you in this part:

the following tips to help

to practice Par1111 ofthe

Read the question before you listen to the conversation. Try to imagine the setting of the conversation and who is speaking.rLook at all four choices carefully before answering. Understand the purpose of the question.

__

-l

PRACTICE QUESTIONS

Part III
Directions: III t/lis part of tTli' test, I 011will IImr 30 short cOlwersaHo"s between two pcol,1 . Til cancer ation toit! n. t b pr;IJt~d in yom book. You tvill ht>ar the ('om'(' aN " ollly once, you mu t listen CIlr~folh I ll1Ttll!r~',md u/'lll tile speakers 'ay. It' YOll1'book, au wm read t.I qll~stion about ea II conner. tion. 111f~ que tion will befollowed by fOllr an U'I" . YOI' a~ to dIDO the bt t allsto ..r to I!aclr qu ti II. 11, "". oer Ilft print d at til eud of this sct:fOtl.

°

Day 10; Short Conversatians~ Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises
51. What are the sp aker .. p (AI Dnvmg in 11 truck. ably d in 7

Why did
(R) In>

woman

nm.!> til • t~ inin
mformati n,

um

(AI Sh had the wron
.1' n!

feeling well hod been dmngcd.

(D). upping in 52. \ h i th

OJ 5L ct.'

m number

w man rcturrtin i e,

the blu

9. ""'hat i th

In n

(A) It 15 th wrong

(AI A conIeren (D) A Lab] for breakf
() h tlroom morning taxi, he .,p (D) An carl

(B) h d ) Th e "Iyl II';rn, t of f...~hh n.
3. H w

i
VI

b?

ro.

\'Vh

IV it

ke ?

(AI Her (B} TI

r is dull Ilion .~ too far
.1\\".1).

(A) At a upel"lThlrkc (B) In lID offi ee,
(e) AL

Ill(

( )Th

i b is b

tt r than her Ia t '"" arc friendly.

a restaurant.
beach. ygomtolhe
t!

(D) Ller cower

(D) On 61. Whywtll (A) o (8)
In

What was prob bl ' th •prnblCJ\\ with lh pnnter?
( ) It was n I

hop?

nnected,

a urchase

(B) It did not. have

paper.

to

a friend.

( :) II n
(0) 1 he

ed m r ink.

( ) To get (0)
62. Why
IS

h Ireut,

ord wa dama ed. re thv !>~a l!rs?

55

Where

Ih man con empd1 ha b ~ 10 t

(A)Ap
(B) Bus'

( ) A d dlln is ppr (D) n l'nlilu 5&. Whal re th· women d15CU sing? ha

dUn r, fir

63. WhE'n wUl Lh tour begin? IA) 11:30 A.M. (8) 12:00 r .1.

I )12~30P.M.
D)

fictiun wri

'T_

(0) 1:00 r..i.

57.

Who are the peakers?
(A) Tr a hers.
(H) Lud nt

Day 1'0: Short Conversations:
65. Who I ~ ~'t'kinK" n ' w po!>ition?

Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises

n.

What does Mr. Colma have to do?

(.A) Mr. Park II:!} (0) "".

'f.

CAl Inspect en apartment
(8) Contact the
er,
mD\'IJlg

buildtng.
cnmpan}'.

\t"'. Lee

le, Mr. I",lrkcr'~ nLlnd
:.:ts. rol y.
ru the
wmdo\\'. th

(e) A'jk the t nIl.lIt to ..ign an agreemeot,

(0) Help

tll

move some boxes

Whl'rt' willi thl' pl<lnts be placed? ( ) ~e't 11:1) [ust uut,o.,idl.' Ulldil'lp;.

73. What are ihe)' di"'£\l sing? (AI A business meetmg. (8) A bank loan.
(e) An employee's

fe)
(D)
01\

ar th~' ater coeler, w eith
'I ..

behavior

id~·ot th • tr(mt door, take plan·?

(D) A late pa men!.
7..f. Whal d04?S Sam hJ.\'~ to do'

,,7. Whl:'fl'doc'S thb converscnon

( ) Iii a library
(8) In ~ furniture ..tore.

(A) Buv a ffi.1R.lzin,(o. (8) finish

a project.

I )In ill"l;'l,ldur.1nt.
(D) In r"
il

(C) Tak e a business trip.
(D) COlli a friend,

tltn "'~, ·nl~r. tr;l\ "I
75.

1101\' 111m}' umes a rear does the woman I" Argentina. on business? (AI On,... (1:1) Twice.
(( )1 hI\'1' rimes.

How

m

n)' Mbk't-, i5 the woman

~ ing to huy7

(.-\1'>0
(8)lOU.

fO 151.).
(0)200.
71> Wh,ll
':<..

il»
,

(,i~l' tim

til
01;1

l'!-.

lhewornart

\\ oI!l1t th man to do?

Whn will be buymg a house?
( \)SlIxln

(A)

h.r

rru- m hcin ..
c1n">,'J
"oI',~t~ with
(UI

(B) K,,<1' tho. wlndow

( h) I~ uberto
(I )

[C \ p \, ha ngl' (IlJ Opt''l the 77. \¥h will th
..... gnl l

In> .

I ,,.);1,,,,

t Jin

II J) I~,th
I

man 111lk to n x.t?

Wh

It

,h .~Ih • 11'10111 like IlbuUI the ,dfe?
~"'I'
11 ,'111J

tAl

Th 110M manilger.

1\ 1111'
(I 1II
II )

(H) A

r.

( ) An

ccountdnt.

I II ! II"·"
,I

(0) Th personnel mana~ r,

til) 1,1..

I,'

7

\¥hen
(AJ Thi

the ad.nUnistra on department
mllmin~.

glling In me.,t?

On

r hl~ , lh-nlO1m.

Day 10: Short Cony rsations: Practic
?Y. How will Mr.

Question

nd Fo low-up Exercises

( )8'p , -) 8 . fJ .
(0) R

t.

EXERCISE

B:

FOCUSING

ON THE

(B)8 h nd. mall nc d I talk to Brend (1\' 10
i1

DIALOGUES

h r t hi

W'

rker

(8) To ~'-'t!; m data n m h r,

( ) Til a
• ow.

h r to wrue a rept r
0

(0) 10 Foelh r

help anal\

l.'

ddt."

sror

Ute reccrding.

FOLLOW-UP

EXERCISES AT THE

corwcrsabon

are.

EXERCISE
QUESTIONS

A: lOOKING

AND CHOICES CAREFULLY

ed. your answ 'n. for th r~r1III practice qu tiens "K.uIl~1 lh an .. ~'C], key al thl' back of tlu lion. Put a circle around th numb r ach qu non Of w hlCh yOU h) • the \ 'r '1 ~ IS'" r, rl 'pa yo rrS( If to to' '.!g 1 b . l\'ading 11wq l"'1ti lII'l and choices cardull~' fur each nF th." ,Undt;rhn' olJ\l wordo; )'OU dnn't u derstand <Inc! 1 II th m up in OJ di tlOlI.ll)'

51. I l8n 1)
(MiUl 2)

t

!lon'1 lac more !hun fO~lr btl p of one anoth 'f, ill.

"lin

Should I move them down tu lh, Ij1 n- I

o er th.'n'
an 1 O~ tr\
Itlll ~nl n~ht

drop
Ih
C

Ye • thut's near whr I\! the Ir 0f r~t of th r.l1. I'J Ii e 10 return Ihl., l'llllI

I

~

",II

11m dJ.;ain

rl.1\' the recording

~Ini~hl Ihn1<11;11 ... thlllil

"luprlf1~, I ~ LL'T1 [,I

n~ .·I.I~ 'h,!'~' 1"111\,1<1
hi l' I
111

Ilw tl .... JI h.uH." wllh

~2. 1\ omanl

J II

w.·

I h"f!

\,'11

1"',1,

I

lit •

1M Inl
I

111110.

II."

III

..,.y
53. (Man) (Woman)
(Mall)

'V.

""v,. '- II".'''''''U"", rt
QU

~n_uc~'JP9

'~U~'X~~~~X~~b

JPQ9'
","1,;1

Uo:'1>"UII:.

r"UIIUW-UP

~"rcise
a ryan
1'1

.J
WelL

nnifer, how are
0

"lOY in

59.

(Man)

our new j b? far
It'

I'd liki' to nl hi of

III

.

for the

n I \' r

inte 'sling.

(Womanl

a tua]] .

(Man)

Yes.I'd als Ji~ to be n cit

~ th· fjT"t1 hil 'I'll

54. (Wom.a.n)
(an) (Woman) . Woman

This printer doesn't
ing. Uh ...cnec tJ eeord.It unplu ed,

m to be work60. (Woman) mil
It;]V

or

nd I1

I

t,,:cn
(Man)

Thls s up ls much end it bn k, I'm urprised, clUy erv go I know.I'v times,

00

altyl

11 t' fooJ hen- i..u-su-

You're ri zht. Mav

irneone u ed it
(\ oman
I'll lilt· 61. (Man

vlth n taptop computer.
Mlly 1bring this bag with m

. brou 'hi

light?
( an)

11
ell, now it'
:l

I'm afraid thai' You'U have to ch
K, a I ng

too larue ma'am.
k il in.
<1

IMan 11

b.'lrhO!r..

hor.

(Woman)

It' handled read

uJJ~.
new

IMan 11

Let'

II

56. W man 1) H ve 11 v 17 n\'oman 2)0, to
(WOffiifl

ow

han

mith'

know wire

in. M.1ybl' the barber will th pharma • moved,
Wf'

62. 1M

n)

ow 1a 1l' ean

-ubrnit thi bid
};i\'C~.l Md¥

but I drdn'I

really like her ILlI about th journali t

(Woman' Man)

t

\". [I. Uw n lice of I 'ndl!r th dl'<ldlin " !W,·'d

»1 Iov her b What M 'ou d ing ln your ~ Wrilingdi1~' t :!day?
"01 gi\'ing;) I •.

\>\'0

ttPr 'pi mO\'mg on

57. IMan) ( emanl (MilO)

in 63. Man)

th n! Twotickets for the 1l:30 lour, plea '.

~ h.11,1bout )' u.

W'r tillrevl \ ing.M_ .lutipnb"ul' hcl\'inp; trouble with bu ines 1 tlers,

W m 01 H n: 'ilU ·n. W./r funning ab ut thitl • mil ute b -hind ch edule, 0 you'U be J ,.:",jng III e, IMan) That' fine. W hav to g v Y. rk

~.

(Mall)

\ lly w· rea't 1 n.
I Ih(lll~hlt VI' i

}'OU

a.t the trairun ' scs~.

me mnre m~ln yan -wa "
( oJn 1)

oman) in'

cancell'd.
>

bUI

, rd y' not today's

ion was canceled,

1IV:~ need to. .nd a buy r tn to 100 at the n w lines loth ".

l'

. ummer

\'Vinlcr i n'lc\ l!11 u .. ir y It I fow can they plan 0 far in advan l'? (Man
I)

•...11>\" 'rban'ahv ..,on Jhl".d

y all

t tw

Day 10: Short Conve~ations:
65.
(an)

Practice Questions and Fo low-up Exercises
71. (Man) (Woman) How can we be ur ,,( that check with the in talle first K. I'll find !hI:: phon

M ,J.

• wh • ar ou interested in tTan"INTin to anoth r depnrtm 'nf? Ynu'\l1! wor d in Cus~ mer Scrvir

for almost
(Woman) (, Ian) . 1M n)

SIX

ars.

lei'..

\\' '11,m current manager, Mr, Park r, ugs sled I apply. nJ WhC'f \ ould plants, Ms.
0,

(Moln)

rwmht>r.
ign

our resum

t

n.

(Man:l) (Man 2) ( an 1

you lik
? B ' th

Nil, he's busy unpac In som bo • that l t cam ff th • m )\'ing van, Pleas w:t hi ..ign,ltu end u] th d.1Y, I'm giv ng il pl'\'SI'nta on f din tor.. today. Mol k" sure 10 gnl:!
il

IWomml

th .~'d n't need that mu h I hi.
about over h re b • Ih

(In II by th th board

Ho

cool
n)

r

Wal€!f

7 . (Woman) "n: (Man) IWoman

10

OK. I'U push them ba k so th away from Ih door. an I help u, 'Ir? tabl

d ar ~tdt meru of
'.

&7. (M n 1) (Man 2) ( l1anU

our markenn
is

tTail;'

y, ,I'd like 11.> know if thi marked down.

I think th.. 'U be more in rested in how th money' bemg 'p nl t lro~1 ini .all .

~ ,th to
dl;'dTiU\ti!:

ha

b

reduced f 'four

sale,
TIll

7.l1n11

It's ~ g nd wlking With you, m. I gu " I'd b ncr Let you Jo; I bac to
work. Yes In ed to finis thi dign ~ubmil it by Frida y The company

. CWomanl) H
(Wom.an2)

oftende y

10

~

tina?
(Man z)

\ 'll,Ulo-Udll h ice Ior b in' and at h:"~1 once fur leisur ilch <IT. uite ften?

CilJ1

(WomanU
6"l

want
month'

to

hv
<I... ln

It r ady for
.

De I

mt

Mull
Wontan)
(Man)

SU-...1n, J hlMf t.h.lt you finally deeM tll bu 'thai h use you weT\' looking t! es, I did, Robert . I hope it' the right th b u hi

( an

I)

'Vi • Ona> that's done, ),ou'li ~ able I In il 1i111cbil'

75. (Woman)
(Man) (Wo an)

I'd like to buy ,,>om
Wi' have bolt!

pirin, pie" "

with 50, tOO, ur 1511 o .ple, se
1

t.lb

'IS. ~

tuch w uld ou lik
t

Th smdll

70 (Woman) {M n] IW man)

W

,'lholtcaf

across th

-treetli

76, (

aN

'. use me, the sun iB -hin in)l rifl II VI

I h ha~ a gr <It m !'III. bUI it' kind of srnall and il bit ov rpri ed. (W man] 1M I

my s at and it's a bit varsn \ tlllid
. u mind
If

I Vpt!IICU the "in I h••~,'
t I , ..

~'lW

Yl'~, ctllo1l1r
rather
t"

r II • I..

Id uml I'll

d

"'lIldl""

I

1

I' II "r I \

Day 10: Short Conversations:

Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises
52.

1:11

n. (Man)'
(WolniU"l)

I'm thinking of h<:lving th~ lubby re-

decorated this ear,
re fUU

Aoing

LOhire an int rrior

de

u-

A) The phrase if ~II" fit u't.'lf ind kares that the blouse is the wfong size, either too IIlIgJ! or too small.

rator this time?

IM.m) 78.
(1 a.man.l)

01 until

I talk to tl

meone in Account-

53. (A) The phr;)'" 1101 fiery iull·rl.';;fillX is an indlre wa), of sayingthat Ih [ob is dull or boting. 54. ( ) The man uggest .and th woman c nfirms,

ing~ onf renee ro m for an Adminislratiun Dcpartnwnt me ling tomerrow morn.ing~ 0, i1'5 already been reserved, It is (rot! In the ilftemoon, Ih u rh, an w(~ u

tha f the printer was

II""'II~I!I',which

means thai

it
55.

was

IIQI (I.)Ullt'(t.'I'l.

(1 oman .2)

C) In . p cat...l'S m ntl .n a IIiG/11 ,md L"lle-.:kiu:;: ill • bag,a.long with l.illlil~ on til" !>iLI' "r a bolio:,All oI these ideas are assodated with an Qlrport.

nVoma1'l1) ( kay. W("'II re~C"hl'dull' Ior ~omorruw at Z P ..\1. Call you make the reserve-

non, plL'..l.5C?
71'1, (\ oman) ived an -mail from Mr Smith al the r<1 tury. He n eds product spedfl ation immediately. re 'ou till planning to ~ him today?
(jll
1't'C

56_ (D) The first woman menti ns Joan Smith's new ntl1.~·I.md rumml'nt!o th<ll Smith /J·rilr::. w ll: (rum Ihis we know that M~. Smith i~ a u-riter 'jictir.lII.

I

57. (J\) Ihe !>pca erloarc discus~inJ:; pIan .. fur fMC/'IIIg lh if classes! the man will ret l:l'W business J ',1er . with his student- and th woman wiU
It'::'!.

.«h·e 11

t

:an)

Y(!S. 1'I11x> 1£'0')\' ing in about a half hour. Gf'l'at. I'U get the infonnalion ready and you can give it to when ),ou o;(.'e him

(Woman)

rum

51'1. (A) The woman thOllghl th"l today' training sessio n 1'1d b,,!.:!n IIII(:t'f.·J. ['0 I th~ Itl,)n inform a her lhal she W,J!' mi!'lakL11. 5~. (C) The WOD1:11n asks the man If he would like the rare that includes (rf(Tlkjil.>" i,l II~ room, so the man is probabl reservinu a !wld Il.JlII11. 60. ( ) The speak
that they
r; m,;ontion Sl.llIl',lj)(ld. and Ih,' f.l I 'nt£rt.lin their clients ln thi.."place, "II of

~ I (Woman 1~ IJu ~!lU tNnk

I\'

shou ld hlresora

t m-

:~ ra 1\ OIt,.ln

r workers 10 finish

thisdata c:ntry?

2) Ye,·. th 'lh

two of us can coneentea te

un writing the reports, CWllm01JI1) All righi, I'll call Or ndil ln P rs nnl aJld s.·,' what : I'll' an dll.

which indicate th.ll it'

a l'l"StoIlNml.

h1. (0) 111' I1Mt man "ug&e"" thaI Ill> huwr might knmv ~omelhing i100ullhe 111~lmj{ll'lj; Ih' men wlll

IlwnofuR' gn intu PRACTICE QUESTION EXiPLANATIONS
fi2.

t-nl;.'

bafbl'rsh<.lP til Sd

jlljhrm<!UIIII.

1:11" 1'.,11,,\\ 1Il~\ .n"I·~pl.lIldhllllh or the correct iU1I , I~ 1111' "'1\ .'rMlmn~ prdcti e questions. I. II I I" '1111I' II \.011 ,IU' ~hll un l'rl.lin d uut why d ' l " II, 111,11 , h.",., '" •".,.,,~ I

I..,

"'I"", (

(e) J\ fl('l' hCtlring 11'1 dead lin' for a bid, th ma n ~ cxpr., 51'S ~urpl"i~i' lind SJys that Ihey /rDJ 11l'1/,'r gd 11W1 ing.llr must t\' rk quicJJy_ll,(!ll?fore, it can be ass umed that the dl'lfl/inc ;.;il~'Pftlw:IIi"8, or com..
ing upliooon.
I;\; uman tel b; 111 man Lh"t til ' Iuur ili runnillJ:,\hirty minut ~1!i.."lillll"dlrJlllo.';in ether wurd, t lilt' h,ur will >"IMII.1Ie, Sinccihe mall is pur has IU" ." 1.."1... t"r 1110'I '10 ,,,IIf, Ih i~ III ',m,> Ihat his

fi3. (D) In"

II I II" II" " H, .,"'\

III~ I.. 'w...11111: 1.111.11'1.,: .. 1":'1I' ,

I""
It

11111,1

1111.1:1111",1.1,"',10'
III In .1., III,

III~',IIII\'~
I .1.1"

"JlIIII'

'Ilh ,••

""I!

.... h. II'

1:1_

Oi!l)'10: Short Conversations.:. P.racth:e Questions and Follow-up

Exercises

&I. (0) Afwl" th . Ilrst mM m 'nti on ~ umm r ·loth es, the second man says that {{'illff'r ISn't I"W'I1 UfNr, which i . anolh('r way of a 'inglhat it is still winter at th tun' 01 th'f conversation. Til > r.;;t man .31w states thai lin s of clothlng come out at le,lsl

75, (Al The man ay that teblets are sold in bottle of 50, 100, or 150, The woman indical . S that he
would like Ille smallesl a bottle with 50 tablets, 76. (0) The man
Olle,

so she is going to buy

I [I'll :it'I~«lU$ alll"lJ(l.Two
is uri tI ler,

'.l~I.)n~,

"I ad of summer

< ks the- woman lf he can p n Ih . window be euse he i , arm. The woman sial ... thai silt' M)Uld mlhCT 1'.ec.'P it do ~f,which i oJ polll'

6-. (0) The 1'11o\n "sl~ th > W man, wh m he ;Jddres,. d , Lee, wh he i inlet led in Irrms/trrins to, or working lor another department.
66.

wa ' of re'1Jsing his r quest. 71. (C) The lThl!n 501)' that h • wants to n.>d~r.lh' the lobb}~ but he wants to talk to SOll/rollr ill ACCtumlillg bcfo h hire an interior decoretor,

(C) TIU! woman
go Ol'l'T

"!I

su '~~15 IIwl

the pLdl1b.

hould

ill!' II~Jll'ru'llla, and the man ag:rees with

her, 67, (B) The M!L'l.nu man obI..!. if a tabl ha b-een fill/fled dIJllJU, or redu ed in IJriC(', and Ih first man confirms that til table's price has be '11 reduced fUT a sa) '. ',ll1 (' III men are discu . in~ a sale on fU01itur ,tilt;' ~re Probilbl) in ~ Ilmitun stot«. 68. (B) The second woman Sial
ib Argt:l1tirnl ttt'.ll'

78. (0) The first woman. wants to t up a meeting f r IOlUorroUi morniJlR, but sh .. changes h r mind
wh en h
hIM!

available then, Sh morrow al 2 ".M.
79.

lhdl Ill, conf'Ilo'I1'" mum i~ unay he "rill ff":!{II.·(f"/r {(lr IlI-

(B) The wnman sa ':"that she wiU get the ifff0nlw-

that he usually vi Yl'df.

fi;r "u~iJTt'lo~ l'dch

9. fA) TIll' man addresses the wnman as Susan and 11' . thd tit, 1M 1l1',1 nl ~h > "ill bot' "Ullillg a I!mt$(>, Susan confirms this,

tien, or p ifiC.llions, l"C.ldy so Ihal the man can give it to Mr, Smith w· en h ~ him lillr in Ih ' day. To give meone something by IUllid means tu deliver it ill perMlll, flO. (A) The women want 10 /,irr svmt" It'nrpom1"11 u~/"ke» 10 fini h entering wrn~ data. The n .... to 0111 ed Brenda in P unnel I gel h r to hire !he worker .

70. (8) The man says lhal th" ·cafChas a great
71. (DJ The man isconcerned

mt"IIU.

th onti r:n, \\' m;msuggl"" c1I1X::lcillgu,if}r, or contacting, the il1~1~lIm flnd out if re-cabling to w ill be neccss.Jry.
(C) The first man reUs h. Carda tu get the tlmant'.~

n

about having tore-cable

Ex.ercise C: ilmagini!n.g the Setting
Look quickly lhroug.h th recording script and M'V if you can find a com', rsation that i~ likely to lOlIo.\' plece in each 0 th 51' <;f'tti,ng~. Dllt'l';. iillMgin i"S illI'
settmg help you ch ose the
COrI'

72.

ct

aI1.'>W

'r?

sIgna/ure

on I/II~ IClI5t", or rental agreement, bythe end of th da ,

A. B.
C. D.

On th

treet.

On a Irain.

7]" (i\) Th woman mention ... pn.'St'lIlaliol 10 th board of dim:.'I!JrS,and 'the man peaks of a mar uIII '~lraft'gy. This indlca tes that the woman will be
at+ ndln ~ a busln ss m(!('ling. 7<1. (B) 5Jm ~ay~ u,at he n ds to firush a rit!l;jgll that Ilt' h.l .. h. 't'n ~'""rk in~ on. '1hi .. l.. a J'f0/t'C! he i~ lin 011 l'l'! " IIh ,II 1\ III"

In an offie
At an alrport,

E, On lh ph n.
',In ..ph.lrln,J( ~ C. II: In
1\1
<I 1

IlImll!lII'

~I'II,'

way

I· .......

;",1,.1, \ .........' ,....:,' 1'>dllV, I~; ,,., dUII:t:

~n_uo~'Jpg

'~U~'X~~'~X~~b

JP~9'

.... .. >tIOns an 0' I"OUOW-Up nlt :

'c:....erCtS8S

1'0 the teacher: Arrd.ngl:! the students in pairs for ExcICise C. Encourage them to beable to Ny why th<'y think th eonversaticn takes place in a particular setting. l(erc:,iseD: Thinkin.g about Speakers ..

the

It link
A It
P

Look at I:he script andIind eorwersehensthat you could be spoken by these pairs speilbr<l:

or

two colleagues

,]. hop
1hotel

asc i.. .. lanl and

ij

customer

uesl and a n.. "0cplionM

" secretary and a boss
twn
(\1

tom

1'5

two fri nd

.FOR AODITIONAL
1111

PRACTICE

,1 pair of speakers f:rom Exercise D and a 5Nlrom Exr.-rdse and wnte a short conversatton .. I "liB!' own thnl Quid b spoken b . tho e Iwo I'" t.. 'n, mlhal ·lIing. If plll')oibl', practice ~ym' It till ,1 friend. Try m.JkinA up ~ '\'"lll eonversadens Ii1l1lhff>renl combination of p akces and s 1ting

t'ff~ lellc/ler;n'e students can write the con .. ti n in pairs. Whcntbey are ready; ask
1 (0

ad nut

their convc ations--also in

I". und preferilhly withcmliooking al their pi!!. TIll' uther students in rhe class can then .. ~ hat the St!tting is and who the speak-

o

y 10: Short Conversations: Practice Questions and Follow up Exercises

ANSWER KEY FOR

DAY 10

Exercise C
P s!>ibl an ..w

Practice Questions
51. 52. A 53. A

A.
B.

C nversation 61

Com' rs.ati n 76
rmversatton

5

O.

Conver Conve

tionS . tion 1\

55.
56. D
57. 5.
L

P.

em

rsation 7 67

Conversation

H. Com" satio 1 Exercise 0
P ..ible Conversati 8. wers: n ..7

59,

60.
61. 2.

n versa lion 75 Conv 'rsation 9

63. D
64. U
61\. 66. 67. B

B

D.

onversati

n 60 n

F.

nV~S<lli

68. B
69. 70. B i'I. U
72.

C
A

73.
75.

7. B
A

7n. B 77.

7.
79,

B
J\

H"

\)O.-Y 11
Tips and Exercises for Part IV: Short Talks
In he lesson for Day 1, you tried some sample questions from Part IV of the test. Today you will take a closer look at the Short Talks portion of the TOEIC test. This is the part of the test in which 'ou will hear several 5 art talks, each consisting of authentic examples 0 spoken English from workplace, travel, and leisure situations. These talks will vary in level of formality and will include such spoken language as anne ncements, short speeches, and advertisements. The following are important points to remember about this part: • There are 20 questions in this part of the test. • In the test book, you will see two or three written questions about aach talk, with four choices for each question. You will not see the text of the talk, • Each talk is read by one speaker only and will be read one time only. • On he recording. there is a pause of 8 seconds between questions.

Here are

Ibll;l)' to make the

m suggesti ns for irnprovlng t chal '.

our

tlrst.

TIP Read the questions

II uf th qu tkms or g!l'''ral if ormatl n about a h rl lollk. find th answers to general informan )n 'Iu~ti["ln"',eon l'ntr,1tl' on Ihft'nin~ (or the main idea .

d~"

;\JIlW li..ren 10 ,I' hnrl talk. A you li..ten, ry to .'Il~... er th !o: neral lnformntion and ~I·tdil qu~ljult~ 11"100 F r('\ lc u I '. oilC(' that Y u can gue that the I.d will b« .11'> iut an ltrhm' fh~hl '\ ,'n ~'f(J1\' lOU 110'\'· h '.II.llh, r ","oIlIl~

o y 11:

IpS

and Exercises for Part IV:Short l Iks
2. ACCOniUlI-i to the report, \IIh~1 i~cau ...ng the lruli

n, d·1 .,
( ) traIfi
(8) g

E

pi
Guu..i aftem 11 and we m aboard .Iob.tl Air Flight 875 from Copenha en I S.,ngk k, with int rm."jialt! !ttup...ill Dubai aru.I Calcutta. Wl'd P perin 'n dl' art in .. few minut . t this tim, ur I back h u d bP J1!tumoo to its full upright p ilion and ot r al bdt sh( ul be f tened, Our anticipated 11 in tim Dub i is _ix h urs and tWl'ntv-11~e nunutes WI:' hopt' yo .\·njny th ilig.h\.

a

I

en .

(e) Ro,)J construction (D) Hood",

ow cover up rhe tvl1uwin

hort

I

J

....... th .
aru;w.·r

piec fp r, Ii I n til thl- t..ill., and try t both qu . huns.

w, ST P the

r

ording.

Qu

ti~

1 and 2 r t r t th f lIowing rt!p.. rl

Inference Questions

ow,

P th

r

rums

oti thdl the (i I qu Ii n is a ing ab vi ~ll eral inf rmation, while the ond qu h n is .. .,10.111 about a specific point. Did rINding Ihl' question ... L" r r you h ard Itl talk h Ipuu to J 5 the III rect

T
EXERCISE

A:

READING THE FIRST

P Don't worry If you don't: understand every word af t:h ta k
n a 2, ~ fJU learned about

QUESTIONS

~II"

!t

-d word.

Ii member th ~

,H,'

I. to nln~
u-uullv

,. I th.
,',Ill

roo,,1 important word for \ll1.h'f~I.II1.Jm):, t1,.. n ing of poken EngU h. I I. \ rh ()
!.!oS

• kmg. till' r t.'r.',
.I~ I, 'f.

polko ulf er
Yo l'"
t'\l,_i

(0)

i..' ,

Oay'

, : Tips and Exercises

for Part IV: Short Talks

EXERCISE

B:

LISTENING FOR STRESSEO
SYLLABLES

To the te(lcher: Ha e students pair up to ompar- an w rs with ea h uthlo'r and diseuse, what helped them to make a h ic .

Read th
1.

How are !he apartments (A) The}' are up-to-date (6) The (C) The (D lilt' arc in he middl arc
'r)' ~m.lLl.

de!>CTI

?
j

in rJ

rn.

have two bedrooms. of th cit.

word. te: The t t book will not indi at ... whkh qUl.. >!lIi ns refer Slch talk. Thl i~ indicaloo on thl' roc rd-

1'IJ..I.', or make .1n appoinwl'nt for" tour. Don't " 111,1,1),. 1',11:1tudd . Onl} d limitL>d numb r of one-

TIP Listen to the whole talk before answering the questions.

bedroom apartment
IIW,

Armilin.

S I01' Ilw recording.

.I".

III1Jllllt.1I11 rmormauon. Don't w 1.ln i "\t''"V w, rd f th tJI I" I!II' h',unhn' .1).:.lln. Wh.11
I'" 111

C n ider the (ollm\'ing questl Wh.at Hrne will the
(I\)

n:

ImIL'\1 ill til<' n'nl?
•..... '1

I I I 1'lIIlln dub r "".,.

om e slJ.rt7

111 l. 1 d

'11111'

...,
'r~hlp

I :OOr. t, I ,all! r, t.

II I \ I,'. lth ,1!lh rm-rnl

eM)

(1'1

1.1.

I

«(

I

I 7'110 ", \1

Oaiy 11; Tips and' Exen;ises· for Part IV; Short Talks
Now Ii ten to the first part of th talk.:

The b.l eball gam(- s hedul ed for 7:00 lonighl h.. ~n pI.! ~pll1wd dUI;! to rain. '. IlW, ST(

r th

>

r

llrding

II you Iist n no Furth I, you may think that (Q, 7:00 1'.1.1., i:. the answer, Now listen 10 the whol talk;

To the tellcher: You may wan I lo play onl th first part of .tch e oerpt aloud, and then have students answer th question. Then pldY the rest of the- excerpt and ask the question ngain, so-students can see that they mil YKet a different answer at I hearing everything. You can also heve students undll'"rlint' Ihe word in 1:'<1I:h talk that signals a rontrast between the information present d in the fir t par] of the talk and the nd.

The b

ball g,lmt' sch iduled fur 7.00 tonight hill> been po tpon ... due to raln, The game will be d played on 5.Jtu.rday at 4:001' ..... instead.

EXERCISE D: PRACTICING rODAY'S TIPS

ALL OF

Nov ,STOP the recordinr;. You 'can see thaltl 0 tlmes il~ mentioned, but the infermattcn }ou need to .In. werth qu ti n is in 11ll' Id~l St'llll'nL(' I r tho tal k.

ExERCISE

C:

LISTENING

TO THE

lollowing short tal~ to practice u.smg th tip- on Ihl! prevl us page Read the quesuors first, look for main ideas and d tails, makeinf r en ,Ib.t n ~ r tres ed words, and consldcr all th, lnformonon before answcrtng, Check your ,mswl.'1'>0 against th answer key at the end of thi ~ ion.

W!HOI..ET ALK BeFORE

.A.NSWERING
QU:l"~IiOI15

THE QUES·TIONS
ISleRto the following excerpts from short talks, Then answer the question thai follows ea h 'talk.
otice that rou must Listen to all of the ex.cerpt in order to get tlw lnJorrnation you need 10 nswer the quesrlon, The scripts for the talk! are printedal t~ end of thi .'. tion,

1 and 2 rclerlu til...rullowing I't.'purl.

Th .. n!Vis o d r.alt> fCor natural gil~ nit: will nor (-00. effl"Ctive until MaKh first of next }'m r. nle 0\ er all

The Eil~1'm Cas Company has been given pemu~ sion to increase the charge fOT n.:lttlrillga erv let:.

increa

will amou.nt to 20 cents per ,cubic meter

Detal . of thi . change area vallable at the ~ascom

pany billing offioo.
• Now, STOP ttl r

rding. th report ~

1.

\Io,rtlatdoes. the speaker s.:ay about milking cilndJes?

1.

What will increase, iI cording (AI Tilt'
.;I,fPd *lViCt"-l.

Answer.
2.
Vo/hdL ,i~thr- n '111' rnmpletiem

by the company

dil~ of the project
_

(EI) Th

number

or company

offices.

AIlS",r:

(C) Th length of the billing cycles. (D) Th price of natu ral ~a s servlcc

3.

\\'hl.'n wru; Compton

founded!

~,,",

"'ilt 11'111,' .,.,

"1.1111)0\

Oay 1 1 : Tips and Exercises for Part IV: Short Talks
\ h n will the increase g in] ( ) March 1. (I!) arch . Heel'

ANSWER Key FOR DAY 11
Exercise A

( ) Mdrrn 20. ( ) Mareh 30. SCRIPT FOR DAY

I.e
2.

11

Exercise C
answ
I5:

xercise B
lU

n

h \"

2. In earl 0 to er,
3. 500 rears g,

I'he ros 101\'0 Bridge pro]e I w. S ort Inally hedulcd for complerlon by the end of this AuIo;ll.lot. H wever, work has been 510WI:."<I own b}' lh • n' nt storms, delaying the propo sed ( mplehUll Uel until iI rl y O!.:tobt.-r.

Exercise D
nl>W

rand

IIpl,molioll'<':

2.

1 he answer .s choi ( ). The third lin fth tal contains the phr se "March first of n '~I year." 0 not be conn. ed by uth r n'um!> rs 'OLJ mily hear in thl' Tl'purl_

Day 11: Tips and Exercises for Part IV: Short Talks

FOR ADDITIONAL

PRACTICE

. ten to a radio r TV pr-ogram in nglish in which pen rs give bri f talks, uch II it news report, w ath r rep rt, adv cnt,o int lew, If ou can, record them. ft th h rt piece' finhed, consider the foU wing qu ti n : Who Is th speak r? Where d . the talk take place?

Wha t i th main

id a of th t

?

Who i the intended audience? to th talk

and £ri
ange your taped talks and qu tions with a droll agu . PI dice listening andansw ring ach olh r' questi

\

!FurtherExercises for Part IV:Short Talks
Today you will continue to become familiar with the Short Talks section of the test.

For ins

ce, you .mJghthear

th

follOWing:

F'~mple
QI/J!SliD7J5 I Imd 2

Before each short ltalk begins, you. will hear the 5pe~ke~ say sam .ins Ii: Question 81 and 82 leftT to the IrJlt(lwinR an rluuI:u;rnrenl •••(l:lr talk. adve_rlisement, 5p«4:h, elc.J PdJing p '111dt:lt'l'lljcm 10 till' lntrodu lion can be hclp.fuJ. If you know that the .short talk is a

rrff!r 10 lilt' jl1iluurfn

. fffllwllnceml'rli.

I'd like to take this opportunity to welcome you all 1'1) our _ ... .lhannual el trnnlcs sales cnnvenn

tlcn. This year we are proud to announce ... • Now, STOP the reeordlag, After hearing only this information,
able to
IHlS\Y

r

qll

tion

ou will be such as the fnllnwing: Answers
. .. ( sales
COMA

ipeeCh, that fact narrows down the contexts where it
could have taken place. A speech mig_ht be h .ard at

Questions
Where ~ this talk, prob<1bly being given?

a retirement banquet or political g 11\ ring, for exampl!!. Likewis@, if th.! talk i& 3 ~w i'tl,PDrt.. it might
hllV[' been given Dn the radioor ,relevision. After you hear the introdu.ction about the type of 1,,11r. 'uu will. be h.earing, listen very carefully te th ) IIr... m or IWO ml DC of the talk. Th e sent Dll" n o(l·n 1I'lp you und rstend who th J' "I" I ,IIIi h", Ih I~r"t.kr1ol·. nd.·... · thln.llllK tl. ~.11111 n lUI' I" nd uilli ,.IAIII I

liOt1)

\lVhat is the speak.erS Job? (an elearonies salesper. son or conference organiler)

How o't&" are the
conyentions held? (annual y,
Q(

once a year)

'A'IliIt type of products might b. pr ulfltod at this convafl11OO1

(cam9fas, VCRs, I amnII: pllrt!, all:.)

Day 12: Further

Exercises

for Part IV: Short Talks
th

EXERCISE

A:

PAYING AnENTION OF TALKS

TO

monv"
....

THE BEGINNINGS

An w
An

r:

Here are s me amples of introduction and beginnin of 1aJks. Lu.ten carefully and see how much information you can get just by listening to this part of th talk. The scripts or these talk! are printed t th end of this ti n,

11. Whilt can b found in th par

?

wer:
P the recording.

_

• N w,S

III 1:
1. \
I'(' \

Cluj

thl I lk probably

I an.!?

To th~ tr.chrr: You can expand thi rei by a igning vari us ateg ries of talks (news report, adv rtisement, announcement, etc.) to students and askin them to mak up a fI w lines of a talk. Other tudents can then try to gu s what kind of talk they are hearing, where it tak pi ce. who i peaking, and other information,

2.

How

3. Answ r: hlk 2: 4.

advantag

f uper Wax?
_

EXERCISE

B

\'rtIat can vi itnrs take a tour of? Answcr: _ do lh~ tours bO!gin?
_

5.

\ h t lim
n, w r:

How

ft n all;' tour' giv n1

nsw·r:
7. \ re can . "tor' go bu tick

_

Answ r:

'lalk3:
What· th main ubi
I of Ihl

n wreport. _


1. 2.
_

ow, STOP the r

rding.

n w ·r: 9. Wh
'J"

i the

P

rk l

a 1d?

Whdt
110

WIU
I'

th • visitors do first
I

no, l'r;

the hi t r oi the u,ml .u I I'"

III, I'

~n_u'~'Jpg

'~U~'X~~~bX~~b

Ua.y , l:

JP~g' tor

t-urther

t:IUtr'C:lses

...art W:

sncrt

I aU<.S

A, B,

Medical h
lou

trumenls

With
D,

3

,idrotill'l-..:l film

Take a tom (If prod iction
Wllll ~ .,Ikll' pre-.cnlathm

vecation p ckages, The r~1i J gr pe-plcklng OO1ida Y in Southern Italy. Wt_. 'Offer reasonabl y priced
room and board and a di counted round-trip airline ti ·kl·l. Molkl' fril'nds and enjo , lhe beautiful scen'ry, Our S&."W\dpackJgc is a fun-for-all be ch((':'>('In ~'a....allun, Shopping, "norl..l·ling, and bik ... rentals arc all avatlablc, OIJ\dth re arc upervtsed t1clil'iti('!; for th ...young. Thrill seokers will want to try oUllullUI)i R'UN dh ing p.1 kagc oft til coa t of ,n: see. OUf wp-<"I<I" dh'inj:; jn~trtlC'lor<; will mall. ~ur' you have an und 'rW.lll'f exp ... lenee r Ih<lt's (Ill t ofrhi<l world I ( 0111nnw fl"f dota ilo; on all th ree p<l kdh'<'S, • Now, STOr 1hE> re rdin~,

Happ'

Trevel

is

pleased

to announce

three new

E
f. r; H.

A com pan}' employee Violin~ Go to the audiovisual room

EXERCISEC
Cover up Ih short talk below with" pil!f.,t:nf p~pet. Th ..n, tt!;t,'fI 10 tht>weording and try to decide which \ ;)cation p':lI:kil11" would be most appropriate (OJ the following people 1. A rdmily with two Pick one'
)'llWlg

children

\'01 COl lion Package 1 Vn(lhon
Va cauon

EXERCISE
]_.I~bmIn U'Il' f"lIo\vlnK

0

P01C'kagl':2 1'01 p,t> 3

uuns. Ih

'I • I

I'dlk and mpleli: the qu .~more Ih,,[1 on ... wi!) to nil in ... ch blank a ? ?

Why is this th e best vacation p~ck.il~l' fur these Pl~pll'? __ 2.
t\ ("f'II'PI • who "!'Iiay ~porling Bdv(,11 hire"
V"CdtilIU

"''here
Who

What
Wh~

?
? ?

Pil c41~t! 1 l':I.I:kage 2

Vacation

\i1callon PilCkag 3 Wh\ i..Ini. P ~ll'l~'i'

"'hen
fOf tllt:'s

tm.: b~..t vacation

pa kaJ:;'

QIJL'SI"ms I /luougll 4- r4i'1 10 J Ik' f,"ltlWr,,:o: 5110rl ro/I.:.

\ university student with limited fiAi1nc~
\',Ir ..ti"n I',\rka~ .. I

Our

FI~t h...pit tUt.i.d) L~the!oLl

-dulc d •• gt:: fur the m

\',l(al1on Package 2

\ ..~...tiun r.. kdgl'3 ~
\\ 11\ i-, Ihh I hI.' b ':.1hIC.Jlil'n package for this

!!lIter Stn.>f't,V. '11' Idning ClJn.!.tructi n in Nm ·mb.!r t.H thL~ yeM l in ~1il1Ul of next yt"I!r,,1~ Wt' h,ld "rig.nally plOlnn...u. ., a n.... !;ult of tIus dvms:l', w ,'II n~ -d all prdlmina rv drawings, site p n'>, and rend ..rin ~ ~'dyfor thl.' dlvnt in two weeks. Iroilize tIus 11 '\ v schoollll' mdY p~nt ,1 ch"Ih,1"Ih'e tll man\' of yt'u, ;.() W • will • dl\l~t our Wl rkload tn ilu\lmm.,d,lt\.' the l'~tTit work

nl'W offilt> "'uildin~ (

Day 12: Furth r Exercises for Part IV:Short Talks

ANSWER KEY FOR DAY 12 Exercise A
1. 2. 3. SCRIPT FOR DAY 4.
5. 6.

nth
ow
lLil

radio

hl'~p.,.r tn.m oth r'

12

A cheese factory
,.2:00 h ur Ith ticket window

Exercise A
Jk1
Quc"'lDn~ 1 1I",JlIgl, J reft'r I" Ille jollowillg
f}I>rlill{,lrl.

7. radio ad9..

A park dedicati On ord n v nue
u

.

10. Th mayor 11. A pta ground and tennis

Wo1XI ......

Exercise B 1. F
2.

alk 2
Ii~h "s 4 ",mll II

re ~r

I

tl

oIlO!ltjll.~ I IIr ill'

3. C
4.

fornwlinn.

C

Exercise C
u 1. Talk 3
QlIl~lilJ/l,!, 8 Ilirougll 11

est d answer :

P ka Package J: the scuba-dtvtng \.w.lhon .. b"'('im~I' U'~ an adventurou port, it'~ I'll: nsive, nd iI
cann
t lx> d~ nf' \ ilh

2. relt!r 111lll,' otlt,wiflg .ttl's re3.

porI.
In local new , the n w p r w dedieat thi morning in a ceremony ottcn ed by the may r. The p rk, called . rdon Park bee. U Ills located n ord n v nu ,h.l a 101 ground, enruscourts ...

hildren holi
il

Packag 1: t.h it', in - pen!; 1\'

rap<>-pirkin

rb

.. (.lll~l·

Exercise 0

r
\>

sible qu !'311oru.. rrob hl • 1.:Jb.inr, pl. ,(' hl1 k'" pnoh'lbl ~ ~l~,.,lr..ml\

\> ln-n- i., Ihb till~

~ Ihli
, II

Short Talks: Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises
In this lesson, you will have the opportunity to practice Part IV of the TOEle test, Before you do this. remind yourself of the tips given on Days 11 and 12: • Read the questions first. • Don't worry if you don't understand every word of the talk. • Usten to the whole talk before trying to answer the questions. • Pay special attention to the introduction and the first part of the talk.

PRACTICE QUESTIONS

Part IV
Oi recti Oil : I" tid part of till' verlll "ort talk . Ead, will time. They will not be printed so you must li ten cartfully

test, ynu mill hear
b~ spake« jllst ant> in yOIn test book, to understand and

rem mber soluu j aid. In your book, yOll will rtll.d '100 or mor qu tion about ea It hart talk. The questions will be followed by four anSIIJt!TS. You art! to choo the be t answer to endl qlll!stioll. The answers are printed at the end of tlrlS!i1! tion.
81. F r who CA)
(8) () i. tant.

most likcl r intended

r)

WJ:_

0 y , 3: Short Talks! Practice Questions and Follow up Exercises 89. What'
(8) (C)

82. By' hen should Ms. Gio anni arrive? (A) By 10:00.
(8) B
10:.1fI.

ttl new departure time?

(AI 1:30.

oo,
:30.

(C) By 11:00.
(0) 8y 11:30.

(0), 9:00.

83. When! iii this ann uncement being mad 1
(A) In (8) In f

90. What problem is the speaker addressing (A) CCII\ference meeting schcdul ha chan
(8) Th d mand ~

ry.
mpuc
Lo

( ) In a h pping ) In school.

n

upply. been
(0) Th gu
t sp

ved from the inhag not

84. Why is the building closing early. (A) The tBH o:rE' having
(e)
11

mN'ting.
t

.1ker for the conference

arrived. 91. Wh t wilJ happen in th afternoon? (A) (8)
(C)

(BI Worken have beeemc ill.

The
t

I'\!

prob m with th romp
being rept ced. . talk?

(D) Th

uipmnt'

will be abl to regis t.

\'\Ih

i th topic of
'01\.

(A) An w empl yee.
(8) A recent cl (C) Aw rk

(D) More programs will be available, 92. Where d
(8) AIM (C)

duJ.

this talk probably tak kitchen.

?

(D) A branch offioo_ Who m
t

(A) In a ft!Staurant

likely is Patricia Wright?

ppli nee rep'" company. On a factory floor.
uld the user do if the items do not com 7 them on the cart.

(A) An interviewez,

(0) At a dry dean r's.

(8) A publisher.
(C) A poll .dan. (0) An edit 87. (A) A J (13) A I
w I_ gwa'P

93. What out de (A)
trl

s

(8) Wash them by hand.. (C) Put them through the machine again. (D) Contact customer service. 94. Who Is making this announcement?
(A) A spoTts loom ph

w m ntlu.. (C) Ay ar. (D) T, years.
i!d? ( ) Th flight cr w was tuc.k
III tram

.don.

(B) A trav(!1 ag (C) A comp (0) A r

l.

ny

dmini trator.

(B) Th plan had mechanical troubl .

io announ

r.

D.!!Iy 13: Short Talks: Practice IJS. What will begin on Thursday! [AI Physical exammations.
(I:lJ

Questions· and .FoUow-up IEJ(en;ises

ExERCISE A: MAKING SURE YQU

Training session .

UNDERSTAND THE QUESTIONS
It i important tha,t YO(.l fully undersland the questions. Heve analh rlook at the wriuenql.lcstions for th prectic qu ti n AI tht" point, do nol studythe choices. Find the Fo'ltowing w ords in the questions and write down III II lJIeanings: Words
l. reo

(e) Film screenings.

(DJ $a1t'S P resen 1.;1 DOns.
96. Who is the speaker most Iikely addressing?

(AI

A

P

I nlial

buyer.
at'w.

(B) A construction

Meanings

(C) A house cleaner,
(D) A group of tourists.

overseas topic renovated

'Tl. Whi h part of the house has been renovated oently? (A) Th kitrh n.

2-

4. 5. 6.
i (I

intended

(8) Th bedrt m.
(C) The garage. (D) Th~ stolin v y

tid dl'C:SJ ing
likely item

8. What is mentioned th house?

possibl<>di ad"antagcof

7.

... 8. d ·1 ell
9. d p arturc

(A) The distance from the hou 'r.> 10 town. (8) TIl size of the building.

(el The price of making irnprevements. (D) The condition of th structure.
~. Who mo t likely i the peak r?

(A) A bank. manager.
(B) Asto

. upervtsor,

(CI A m.achin operator. ( ) A security consultant.
U]O What' (A)
n)

nd 'rlin" an other words in th questions !ha,t you do n t know andlook In,-'D"I up in a diction ry. ow read both the questions andthe choices. You rna find lhal -ou dOl'l'l und tand every word in the thole . If you like. look up the word you don't know in the dictiona r, When )fOu arc taking the test, try not to worry if yuu dun't understand all of U,(' words in the cholees. you may not need 10 understandlro'ery WOld in aU of lh eh i es in order 10 an-

III topic of lh

litlk?

alary increase . S,.l frbsen

swer the questions eorreetl . owlYy the practice que ·tiuns agdln, playinglhe recording stralght through without slopping,. When
you have finished, check yOUT 1In~w'rs ag.'1in. How did you do the second tim ?

I ) A rise in profits.
(II)

"'\1II,m merchcnd

ise .

• Nil ,!-' It 11' the

1\'·~III\II!lA

Day 13: Short Talks: Practice Questions and Follow-up Exercises

EXERCISE

B;

UNDERSTANDING

THE

8.
(AI In (B) In
it

uun
r '.

m nl b lng mad

MAIN IOEAS OF THE TALK

computer "I

re,

(C) In a shopping

oenter,

(D) In a school.

wer,

is intended, is a pa tient, In the second short. talk, you might have und [lined "employees." "supervisor, ~ "plant number I"wo," "produ lion lin ,to and "manu(aelurin equipm mt." All of Ih e h Ip yelU 10 und tsl. nd that Ih nn un menl i bein made at a factory. 1 and 82 rerer to IJ following mes-

EXERCISE

C:

LISTENING

FOR SPECIFIC

DETAILS
Some of the questions about the hart talks ask about lip etfie details, This exercise will help y<m focus on the details in the talks. Below, YOll will . , the ripl for th ne I Iwo tal !l in the tion and th questions that ar asking about sp rifle details The word or phrases that ou need to understand in order to mak Lh rr ct choic ha been emu ted. ook at the qu tl nand choi e fir t, th n I' len t the re ording f t ea It talk and (ill in the rd . 51 P n ~tart th recording as ulvi h.

1. For whom L lh i message most li 1"1 y inl nded?
!A) A nursing () assistant, (B) A receptionist.

Que Huns nounccmnl.

3 and

4 refer to th

loll wing an-

Attention all emplo e s. The pow r 1.J1Iia'to in pl,]"t number two has been resolved. Howe cr. our main mpu r<; are till. down. W(lwlll[x>·lo ing th production lin earl today so that techniOIl- rvi n :orrccl the r bl ern, Plan 10 lcav b I'.• unless told uth 'rWL~ b. ¥(lLlf !o>uj'I\'rvi- r. Please make :.ure all rnanula t nns eqUJp-

1. Que lion
hort talk.

S through 87 I ter to th

oll(lwiLlI!

:t.

(.O(Id morning

mcnt ,...III r

I 1111 "'llIr"

'I

U 1I',l\~'

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II

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.Oay 13: Short Talks: Practice
lhi? month. 15. Wright has it good deal of experience in ow fi ·Id, b th here and abroad. She worked For 3 major publication in __ for _________ before returning to this

a.... estions

and Follow-up Exercises

1"'1

• Do you have trouble understanding orne words because of phonetic linJting or eli Ions? If so, you rnil'Y w .. nt to look back at Oil}' h.
e

country.
• lOW,

STOP the recording.
A few weeks. A ~ w month •. A )'~3.r.

87. fora bout how Il)Ilg I\'a~ Patricia Wright overseas
(;\) (8) (C)

Are you pa- iJlg all filion 10 lhe slre ed word. which usually contilin the main id'e~'?LQ(l1o: back M Da,y 2 to remind youl"S'!lfaboul !>!ross. Remltmbet. ('ill don'talwa) need to understand every word. J.::ven when you are listening to somebody speaking in your own languagt! you' may I1Qt hea r ev 'I)' singl I ord, but yuu can til] underst: nd th meaning of Whilllhcy are saying.

(D) Two

yraI'S.
tI and 89 I'der to the following

2, QutllnOns noun mmt. Thi· is

an-

tQ ,lnllQunCe

the

ft('11

departure

Lime for

Flight 109

10

Jilkil,rt;l.

v ere thundersturrre

de-

ting night froDi Tokyu. TIle plane Is on th~ ground and i bein~ serviced. ______ i.nu'" hl'dul'.:d for _ Meal vouchers will 00 olYdll bit' fur pa~ . n~ 'rlo scheduJedon this flight. Fa sengers area ked to please be bad: 10 the gate by :00 for boordIDS' II.!!
What is!h
Mel"

layed lhE' corm

• Do you ~ 1(h peopl on the recordin.g:.re speakingqui 'kl)'? rr '0, pradj~li.stlmir1g to authentic 1>1'0 en EfIg11sh as much as possible so thai you GIn ct used to the speed at which poop! speak. Watch English te!~"isiOl1. lbterl to Engli h radio or boob on tape and laLk to native English speakers d~ much iI!o p~iblc,

,PRACTICE QUESTIONS SCRIPT
Questions s.9.ge. cnllingto 81 and 82 refer to the foHowing mes-

departure

time?

Ms. Gio\tannL tlus
rcmmd

15

JaTletfr m Dr. Ro si' office'
physica]

you of your annual

(A) 7:30.
(8) 8:00.

exam tomorrow at 10:30. Please be on time. Th
a,p po in lroent ..hould take about an hour. Que~tiofls83 nounccmcnL and 84 re er to the foUo~ ingan-

( ) 8:30.

) 9:00. EXE.RCISE

D: LISTENING WITH THE
SCRIPT

,(I ,tbnl~lgh alJ the pra i qu tion again, talk MIlo..:lllll' at the uipt while you ar Listerung 10 III' ,,!'ding. Makesule you understand why 111. ""i It I .m~w 'r is correct tor ach qtl~ti()n. onslder

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Attention [111 employees. The power outage in plant numb r [wo ha been resolved. However, our main computers a A' still' down.. We will b dosing. the produ tinn line early today sa that techni01 s rvic OIn ("nrn.>t'"ttht> pmblem. Plan to leave b 2!30 .M. unless ~old otherwise b ),our upc rvisor, PI . rnak .. , IITt· 311m:lnufarturing equipmenl is tumed off before you I av . hank you.

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1... lh"f ',I h questton ,It IJI'I 1.1\~'n em'l'r
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Day 13: Short Talks: Practice Questions and Follow·upExercises
Que tion hort til S through 87 refer 10 the following
run th rack through the machine again. When th y're done, !<Ike the dishes out and stack them on the dl heart. Que lion 9'q,. and 95 re t to

G od morning everyone. As you know, we have b..coeJl holding inl('l'l,i;>w~ for a nt''' edltnr 10 join ow team. M5. PMlici<l Wright has been chosen for the position. h will begin her oei IlLa,UClI1pnlgram this week alld will ~ on taft by the end of Ih;>mond,. [s. Wrighl has a good deal or expl'til!IICt' m our field, both here IlI1d abroad. She worked
}fe IS b

tn

Following

an-

necncemcnt.
Though we have no offic-ial dr s rod€' for travel· ing while on busin s, employe' should remember tha t their physit'alll ppt>arann.">1I.ffr;.rts'U, tomC ers' impressions of our oompa:ny. Beginning this Thursd'ay. I will offer ithe fir.l in a o;cri of three work hop - on bu sin .:; dr .. and conduct for travel in fOl'l'ign couat ries, I hol'l' Ihe sessloas \ ill be mforma live and thought pro\ okmg,
>

fur a major publicalion in Hong Kont-: for ov re r turning to thi country, and
9 refer to th

'f 1\\ 0

Que-tion nouncement, Th it>

following an-

is to anneunc the "tOW i,I pa rtu re Iirne f 1.1 r Ii hi 109 to [akarta, $c\lcre tbundeestorm de1<1~ the oorU1ltctinH f1i..,hllrum Tokyo. The pliUlt! .

Qut'stioru;96 talk.

through

98 ref r to the folJowing

is on the grou nd and is being rvieed. Departure lime Is now scheduled rur :30. leal vouchers will be Elvaillable for passengers scheduled on this RiSht. PaS ngeT a a ked to please be back 10 ;thegale by :00 for boarding.
QUestions 90 and 91 refc.f to th following confernee annouru:cm.cnt.

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you can se~,the house is in elicellent condllion. fI' worth far more than the a· king pricc. TIll' present 0'" n rs Glrri d out som renovat i n worl.. recently and put In a I"'hole new bathroom and Idtch n, They wert! carefuJ tu retiJ in th cherming character of the hou • as I'm sure you'll. apprccl ate. When you go up tam, -cu'tls ho\ C();f\ the bedroom is. he house is a bit small, but you tiuwd easily build an ex:htn:.ion over th uld );.1rage. The properly is in a very de irable locationi!,l~t minul- ';\1 <If frolll In train :.1<1.tion, iI 1Ip'·tmarker, and. orne restauranss, Qu~ lion 99 and 100 ~f('r
10

Ladi and gentlemen, meof 01.1 have been asking fordditi nal c nf renee programs. Unforttl~
nately, we can't give anyone an .tra program until that, have cn()ugn for Ih(>eonferenee gu 'Is who haven't arrived yet, IT Y u 've lost yours nd nood In rn k ynur mi.'i'ting srhedul S, ynu can use the copies that we: have at the information d(><;k. ThOS(' of you who til,1 need an (':o:tra program can check with us this aftern on. By then, \v., wi II hav!' , dditional copi L'S.
w •r • sure

the Iollo

inK tail

Question talk.

9'2 and 93 ref r to the following

hor!-

This dishwa really quill?

her mi ht look intimidating, but it's to U5e. Starl by til.king an emp I)' dish rack and load !he dishes otha I noneof 11'1 'nl an.' 10 uwing echothe r rI... th 'ra kat th 't'pence in~ of the machine '),nd hit tht> POW'f ..,wit h so Ihill tl1I:' f<ll.1o.. ,IU t.nnl ,1ti(,l 11 f('('OJ .. t hrough t hl' m.lchme h v..::(.. the .!i1.. 1ll''' \\ 11I'n IllO' ",,'11\,- tlul "" II ,', II lu-r ~IOI... 1I1.11I111I·~ ,lh'J!',1 , "III],I,'h'l\ ,1"'.1.[1,
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I've called tIus meeting because, since the begm n in~ uf til )' "d F, Oll r :totur l...: '11 lu~i Ill; U\I'! 1500 UI'05 a month due to theft 1...1.151 m nth. till figure ruse to nearl 20001.1 ros, W{! bel lcve tlu I ,1 group of shopliftrrs has been operoting In 1111 buildin~ fur the 1 I fl'w IV '"k.~ and that Ihi~ 111,'\ account Ior the 105se5 thai occurred in Septeml ., \+\,(,\1> beel\in trill. h wl 11\ OU'T!.. :-curi I t1IJj I"U Il,mt who will be m\'estigatin~ the matter dnd Jrd~ III)' up a report on th 'if findin,;!>.

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DAY 1 3

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