Part Two of the TOEIC test is a listening exercise. You will hear a sentence. Then three responses are read. You have to choose the correct response. As with Part One, you cannot read the sentences, so you really have to listen carefully.
The instructions for Part Two say something like this:
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Part Two: Questions and Responses
In this part of the test, you will hear a question spoken in English, followed by three responses also spoken in English. The question and responses will spoken just once. They will not be written in your test book, so you must listen carefully to what the speakers say. Choose the best response.
Part One of the TOEIC test is a listening exercise. You will see a picture and hear four sentences. You have to choose the sentence that matches the picture. You will only hear the sentences once, and you will not be able to read them.
The instructions in the test are something like this (we added bold to the key words):
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Directions: For each question in this part, you will hear four statements about a picture in your test book. When you hear the statements, you must select the one statement that best describes what you see in the picture. Then find the number of the question on your answer sheet and mark your answer. The statements will not be printed in your test book and will be spoken only one time.
Listen to Yasukochi-sensei's video about TOEIC and the TOEIC Speaking Test and try the listening comprehension questions afterwards. The video script is included below. Try to answer the questions first without reading the script.
Test technique tip: Before you listen, make sure you read all the questions first. Look for key words and expressions.
We have highlighted the key words and expressions in the questions to help you. If you want to check your answers yourself, we have highlighted the place in the text where you will find the answer to each question.
This is intended as a guide for teachers to IELTS. The struture of the test and test scores are explained.
About the Test
IELTS, or International English Language Testing System, is managed by the British Council, the University of Cambridge, and a private Australian company called IDP Education. IELTS has both an Academic Version (required for University entrance, or for professionals who wish to work in English-speaking country) and a General Training version (usually used for immigration purposes).Read more · 続きを読む