Listening Part A

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

(Indonesian Version)
Listening Part A or Short Dialogue is the first part of Listening Comprehension Section. There are thirty questions in this part.  For each of the thirty questions in Part A of the Listening Comprehension section of the TOEFL test, you will hear a short conversation between two speakers followed by a question. The conversations and questions are not written in your test book. After you listen to the conversation and question, you must choose the best answer to the question from your test book.

Example

On the recording, you hear:

(man)       : I need a car to drive to Arizona, and I don’t have one.
(woman)  ; Why not rent one ?
(narrator) : What does the woman suggest ?

In your test book, you read:

(A) Getting a red car.
(B) Renting an apartment in Arizona.
(C) Not driving to Arizona.
(D) Renting a car for the trip.

Answer (D) is the best answer to the question. Why not rent one? is a suggestion that he rent a car for his trip to Arizona.

Next article: Strategy for listening Part A



1 comments:

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