TOEFL Listening Practice

Já baixou seu e-book “Fluente para Sempre” com dicas NINJA pra dar uma turbinada no seu inglês ainda hoje? Clique abaixo e bons estudos!

Hello there! Faça o teste de listening do TOEFL com o vídeo abaixo e abaixo faça a correção. Acompanhe também o script do áudio. Bons estudos!




1. (B) – 2. (C) – 3. (A) – 4. (A) – 5. (B) 6. (B) – 7. (D) – 8. (D) – 9. (D) – 10. (C) – 11. (A) – 12. (C) – 13. (A) – 14. (B) – 15. (C) – 16. (A) – 17. (C) – 18. (B) – 19. (B) – 20. (B) – 21. (B) – 22. (A) – 23. (D) – 24. (A) – 25. (D) – 26. (A) – 27. (C) – 28. (D) – 29. (A) – 30. (A) – 31. (B) – 32. (C) – 33. (D) – 34. (D) – 35. (D) – 36. (A) – 37. (A) – 38. (D) – 39. (D) – 40. (A) – 41. (D) – 42. (B) – 43. (C) – 44. (D) – 45. (A) – 46. (C) – 47. (A) – 48. (C) – 49. (B) – 50. (B)





Woman – You’d better take the car to the garage from now on. They charged me seventy-five dollars for a few minor repairs.
Man – That’s not too bad.
Narrator – What does the man mean?


Man – The International Students Association is having a party Saturday night. Can you come or do you have to work at the hospital?
Woman – I wish I could
Narrator – What will the woman probably do?


Woman – I think that the game starts at eight
Man – Good. We have just enough time to get there.
Narrator – What will the speakers probably do!


Woman – What did you do after you lost your passport?
Man – I went to see the foreign student advisor, and he reported it to the Passport Office in Washington.
Narrator – What did the man do after he lost his passport?


Man – If you don’t have an account here, I can’t cash your check. I’m sorry, but that’s the way it is.
Woman – Well thanks a lot! You’re a big help!
Narrator – What does the woman mean?


Man – I’m not sure what Dr. Tyler wants us to do
Woman – If I were you, I’d write a rough draft and ask Dr. Tyler to look at it.
Narrator – What does the woman suggest the man do?


Man – Dr. Clark is the only one teaching statistics this term.
Woman – You mean we have to put up with her for another semester?
Narrator – What does the woman mean?


Man – Do you think that you can have these shirts finished by Friday morning?
Woman – I’m sorry. I couldn’t possibly get them done by then. Saturday afternoon would be the earliest that you could have them.
Narrator – What does the woman say about the shirts?


Woman – The music and the flowers are lovely.
Man – Yes. I hope that the food is good.
Narrator – What kind of place are the speakers probably talking about?


Man – Hello, Anne. This is Larry at the office. Is Fred at home?
Woman – No, Larry, He’s in class now. He’ll be home for lunch though.
Narrator – What do we know about Fred?


Man – When does the next bus leave for New York?
Woman – Buses leave for New York every half-hour. You just missed the nine-thirty bus by five minutes.
Narrator – What will the man probably do?


Woman – Did we have an assignment for Monday? I don’t have anything written down.
Man – Nothing to read in the textbook, but we have to see a movie and write a paragraph about it.
Narrator – What are the speakers discussing?


Man – Make thirty copies for me and twenty copies for Mr. Brown.
Woman – As soon as I make the final corrections on the original.
Narrator – What is the woman probably going to do?


Man – Excuse me. Are you Sally Harrison’s sister?
Woman – No, I’m not. I’m her cousin.
Narrator – What had the man assumed about the woman?


Woman – I can’t find my pen. It was right here on the desk yesterday and now it’s gone. Have you seen it?
Man – Yes. I put it in the desk drawer.
Narrator – What is the woman’s problem?


Woman – When is John coming?
Man – Well, he said he’d be here at eight-thirty, but if I know him, it will be at least nine o’clock.
Narrator – What does the man imply about John?


Man – I suppose we should look for a bigger house, but I don’t see how we can afford one right now.
Woman – If only we hadn’t spent so much money on our vacation this year.
Narrator – What does the woman mean?


Man – Did you see Jack’s presentation?
Woman – Yes. What happened? He didn’t seem to know up from down.
Narrator – What does the woman imply about Jack?


Woman – Shall I send out the invitations?
Man – Let’s hold off on that until I can talk to Janet.
Narrator – What does the man mean?


Man – How’s the baby? Is she walking yet?
Woman – Oh, yes. I can’t keep up with her!
Narrator – What does the woman mean?

Woman – How is your experiment coming along?
Man – It’s finished, but it didn’t turn out quite like I thought it would.
Narrator – What does the man mean?

Woman – Barbara sure likes to talk on the phone.
Man – If only she liked her classes as well!
Narrator – What does the man imply about Barbara?


Woman – My allergies are really bothering me. I guess I’ll have to go to the doctor.
Man – If I were you, I’d try some over-the-counter medications first. They usually do the job.
Narrator – What does the man suggest the woman do?


Man – What did you decide about the scholarship? Did you fill out the application?
Woman – I’m going to give it all I’ve got.
Narrator – What does the woman mean?


Man – Hello, Anne. This is Robert.
Woman – Oh, hi, Robert. I was just about to call you.
Narrator – What does the woman mean?


Man – Could I have a few more minutes to finish?
Woman – I’m afraid not. It’s a timed test.
Narrator – What does the woman mean?


Woman – The best part is I can use my roommate’s book.
Man – I’m not so sure about that. I think they’re using a different book this semester.
Narrator – What does the man imply?


Man – I’m going to get Sally a bike for Christmas.
Woman – Are you sure she’d like one?
Narrator – What does the woman imply?


Woman – Carol needs a ride downtown, and I said you’d take her.
Man – Oh no. Please say you didn’t!
Narrator – What can be inferred about the man?


Man – I just can’t get the answer to this problem. I’ve been working on it for three hours.
Woman – Maybe you should get some rest and try it again later.
Narrator – What does the woman suggest that the man do?


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Questions 31-34

Baker: It seems to me that the question is not whether the metric system should be introduced in the United States, but rather, how it should be introduced.
Woman: I think that it should be done gradually to give everyone enough time to adjust. Yes. Perhaps we could even have two systems for a while. I mean, we could keep the
Man: English system and use metrics as an optional system. Woman: That’s what they seem to be doing. When you go to the grocery store, look at the labels on the cans and packages. They are marked in both ounces and grams.
Man: Right. I’ve noticed that too. And the weather reporters on radio and TV give the temperature readings in both degrees Fahrenheit and degrees Celsius now. Woman: Some road signs have the distances marked in both miles and kilometers, especially on the interstate highways. What do you think, Professor Baker? Baker: Well, I agree that a gradual adoption is better for those of us who have already been exposed to the English system of measurement. But I would favor teaching only metrics in the elementary schools.
Man – I see your point. It might be confusing to introduce two systems at the same time.

31. What is the topic under discussion?
32. What changes in measurement in the United States have the students observed?
33. What was Professor Baker’s opinion?
34. Which word best describes Professor Baker’s attitude toward his students?


Questions 35-38. Listen to a telephone call to a travel agent.

Man – Hi. This is Roger Jackson. I’m calling to make a reservation to Atlanta.
Woman – Yes, Mr. Jackson. And what day would you like to travel?
Man – Oh, not until next month. I want to leave on May 15th and return on May 19th. I thought maybe if I called in advance I could get a better fare.
Woman – Yes, you can. But if you stay over Saturday night and return on Sunday, May 20th, the ticket will be even cheaper.
Man – Really? How much cheaper?
Woman – Almost fifty dollars.
Man – Hmnn. But I would have an extra night in a hotel. No. That’s okay. I’ll just keep it for May 19th.
Woman – All right. Do you have a seating preference?
Man – I’d rather have a window seat.
Woman – Good. There is one available. And do you want me to mail these tickets or will you pick them up?
Man – I’ll pick them up. When can I have them?
Woman – Any time after two o’clock.
Man – Great!

35. What is the main purpose of the telephone call?
36. What does the woman suggest?
37. What does the man decide to do?
38. What will the man probably do?


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Questions 39-42. Listen to “Breakthroughs in Science,” a weekly radio program.

Since the National Aeronautical and Space Administration was established in 1961, NASA has been engaged in an extensive research effort, which, in cooperation with private industry, has transferred technology to the international marketplace. Hundreds of everyday products can be traced back to the space mission, including cordless electrical tools, airtight food packaging, water purification systems, and even scratch coating for eye glasses.

In addition, may advances in medical technology can be traced back to NASA laboratories. First used to detect flaws in spacecraft, ultrasound is now standard equipment in almost every hospital for diagnosis and assessment of injuries and disease; equipment first used by NASA to transmit images from space to Earth is used to assist in cardiac imaging, and lasers first used to test satellites are now used in surgical procedures. Under-the-skin implants for the continuous infusion of drugs, and small pacemakers to regulate the heart were originally designed to monitor the physical condition of astronauts in space.
Finally, with the help of images that were obtained during space missions, and NASA technology, archaeologists have been able to explore the Earth. Cities lost under desert sands have been located and rediscovered, and the sea floor has been mapped using photographs from outer space.

39. What is the talk mainly about?
40. Which of the products listed are NOT mentioned as part of the technology development for space missions?
41. According to the speaker, why did NASA develop medical equipment?
42. Why does the speaker mention archaeology?


Questions 43-46. Listen to a talk by a tour guide on a bus. The first permanent

The first permanent settlement was made at this site in 1776, when a Spanish military post was established on the end of that peninsula. During the same year, some Franciscan Fathers founded the Mission San Francisco de Asis on a hill above the post. A trail was cleared from the military post to the mission, and about halfway between the two, a station was established for travelers called Yerba Buena, which means “good herbs.”

For thirteen years the village had fewer than one hundred inhabitants. But in 1848, with the discovery of gold, the population grew to ten thousand. That same year, the name was changed from Yerba Buena to San Francisco.

By 1862, telegraph communications linked San Francisco with eastern cities, and by 1869, the first transcontinental railroad connected the Pacific coast with the Atlantic seaboard. Today San Francisco has a population of almost seven million. It is the financial center of the West, and serves as the terminus for trans-Pacific steamship lines and air traffic. The port of San Francisco, which is almost eighteen miles long, handles between five and six million tons of cargo annually.

And now, if you will look to your right, you should just be able to see the Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge, which is more than one mile long, spans the harbor from San Francisco to Marin County and the Redwood Highway. It was completed in 1937 at a cost of thirty two million dollars and is still one of the largest suspension bridges in the world.

43. What is the main purpose of this talk?
44. According to the tour guide, what was the settlement called before it was renamed San Francisco?
45. According to the tour guide, what happened in 1848?
46. How long is the Golden Gate Bridge?


Questions 47-50. Listen to a talk by a college instructor in an English class.

So many different kinds of writing have been called essays, it is difficult to define exactly what an essay is. Perhaps the best way is to point out four characteristics that are true of most essays. First, an essay is about one topic. It does not start with one subject and digress to another and another. Second, although a few essays are long enough to be considered a small book, most essays are short. Five hundred words is the most common length for an essay. Third, an essay is written in prose, not poetry. True, Alexander Pope did call two of his poems essays, but that word is part of a title, and after all, the “Essay on Man” and the “Essay on Criticism” really are not essays at all. They are long poems. Fourth, and probably most important, an essay is personal. It is the work of one person whose purpose is to share a thought, idea, or point of view. Let me also state here that since an essay is always personal, the term “personal essay” is redundant. Now, taking into consideration all of these characteristics, perhaps we can now define an essay as a short, prose composition with a personal viewpoint that discusses one topic. With that in mind, let’s brainstorm some topics for your first essay assignment.

47. What is the instructor defining?
48. What is the main point of the talk?
49. According to the talk, which of the characteristics are NOT true of an essay?
50. What will the students probably do as an assignment?


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