Prediksi soal TOEFL bagian Listening tahun 2022 (Part 4) + Kunci Jawaban

1. (A) She disagrees with the man.

(B) She doesn't want to look anymore.

(C) She's quite disappointed.

(D) She didn't hear what the man said.


2. (A) He always wears suits to work.

(B) He wants the woman to wear blue.

(C) He's going to buy a blue suit.

(D) He thinks he looks good in blue.

3. (A) She wants to make an appointment for the man.

(B) She knows of a less expensive hair salon.

(C) She needs another haircut soon.

(D) She thinks her hairdresser charges too much.


4. (A) The man will be sorry later.

(B) The camera should be thrown away.

(C) It's too bad the camera didn't work.

(D) Sarah was quite embarrassed.


5. (A) Ask someone else to help the woman.

(B) Ask the woman for directions.

(C) Show the woman the map.

(D) Show the woman where the building is.


6. (A) Worried.

(B) Relieved.

(C) Indifferent.

(D) Doubtful.


7. (A) His grandmother will make a sweater for

the woman.

(B) He hasn't seen the woman in a long time.

(C) The sweater doesn't fit him.

(D) He isn't sure if the sweater is attractive.


8. (A) She'll get Larry a cold drink.

(B) She'll talk to Larry later.

(C) Larry should take off his jacket.

(D) Larry is wrong to be angry.


9. (A) He wrote down the wrong date.

(B) he won't be able to meet the woman on


(C) He thinks the club should meet during the day

(D) He wants to write the minutes for the last meeting.


10. (A) He's surprised the woman was late.

(B) He often gets up earlier than the woman.

(C) He lives closer to campus than the woman.

(D) He has been waiting for an hour.


11. (A) Leave the building.

(B) Check the thermostat.

(C) Close the windows.

(D) Call the maintenance people.


12. (A) She thinks the man wants to eat fish.

(B) She knows the man finished dining.

(C) She wants to cook dinner.

(D) She likes to eat out.


13. (A) When she'll finish packing.

(B) If he can go with her.

(C) How long she'll be away.

(D) When she's going to San Diego.


14. (A) Mail her unused tickets back to the office.

(B) Pick up her tickets at the symphony office.

(C) Cancel her ticket order.

(D) Write to the office for tickets.


15. (A) She has a bad memory.

(B) She's quick to forgive people.

(C) Her feelings are easily hurt.

(D) She doesn't get angry very often.


16. (A) She missed the meeting.

(B) She hasn't been feeling well.

(C) She's just finished exercising.

(D) She had to hurry to arrive on time.


17. (A) His lecture will not be well attended.

(B) He will be on campus only tonight.

(C) He went to the same school as Dr. Johnson.

(D) He and Dr. Johnson disagree on basic economic issues.


18. (A) She traveled a long distance to attend the exhibit.

(B) She likes to paint a variety of things.

(C) She thinks her painting has improved.

(D) She's glad the man saw her students' paintings.


19. (A) The woman should return the books next week.

(B) The woman doesn't have to pay any fines.

(C) The library is increasing fines to raise money for books.

(D) Books may be checked out for two weeks at a time.


20.(A) The package is in his way.

(B) He picked up the package at ten o'clock.

(C) He has to go out of his way to deliver the package.

(D) He'll leave immediately.


21.(A) She doesn't feel well

 (B) She doesn't want to leave.

(C) She won't attend the class.

(D) She needs to get some fresh air.


22.(A) Bring the man his reading glasses.

(B) Help the man find the right directory.

(C) Borrow the man's glasses.

(D) Read the number to the man.

23.(A) The man should bring his cousin to the barbecue.

(B) The barbecue is going to be very crowded.

(C) She's sorry the man can't come to the barbecue.

(D) Her cousin is coming to the barbecue too.


24.(A) Lisa and Gail should call their sister.

(B) Lisa and Gail have a lot in common.

(C) He didn't know Lisa and Gail were sisters.

(D) Lisa and Gail aren't very, much alike.


25.(A) When he can call the woman's roommate.

(B) How much the tickets would cost.

(C) How many tickets he could get.       ;

(D) What the woman said.


26. (A) She saved for a long time to buy the sneakers.

(B) She has never seen such expensive sneakers before.

(C) She could afford the sneakers because of a discount.

(D) She's waiting until the sneakers go on sale, until the sneakers go on sale.


27. (A) Get a special attachment for the camera.

(B) Take the camera back to the store.

(C) Avoid facing the light when taking pictures.

(D) Use a brighter light for taking pictures.


28. (A) He may not want to help the man find a job.

(B) He may not make the hiring decisions at the library.

(C) He may not be working in the cataloging department this summer,

(D) He may not know the man wants a job.


29. (A) The woman ought to help him finish his work.

(B) He has already read the newspaper.

(C) The woman can have the paper.

(D) He had to work late yesterday.


30. (A) He's probably not ready to take the class yet.

(B) He's not required to study biochemistry.

(C) He's already taken biochemistry.

(D) He hasn't registered for his classes yet.


31. (A) Why Tom needs to get glasses.

(B) Research Tom has done for his chemistry paper.

(C) The disadvantages of working in an office.

(D) How using a computer can affect one's eyes.


32. (A) It helps the eyes absorb eye drops.

(B) It helps to keep the eyes moist.

(C) It improves a person's concentration.

(D) It prevents a buildup of chemicals in the eyes.


33. (A) Go to an eye doctor.

(B) Improve his computer skills.

(C) Take more frequent breaks.

(D) Drink more coffee.    


34. (A) He has been working for a long time.

(B) He doesn't know how to use a computer.

(C) He doesn't want to write the paper.

(D) He needs to get an office job.


35. (A) Visit a new restaurant.

(B) Watch a parade.

(C) Have a picnic.

(D) Go to the beach.


36. (A) Excited.

(B) Confused.

(C) Afraid.

(D) Surprised.


37. (A) The rain ruined the food.

(B) The restaurant was closed.

(C) Neither of them brought any food.

(D) Someone took their food.


38. (A) Go home:

(B) Go to a restaurant.

(C) Unpack the car.

(D) Put a dry blanket under the tree.


39. (A) The distribution of different species of amphibians.

(B) Possible reasons for a reduction in the number of amphibians.

(C) The effects of environmental change on the fish industry.

(D) Guidelines for the responsible use of pesticides.


40. (A) By eliminating ponds.

(B) By constructing sewers.

(C) By building dams on rivers.

(D) By flooding marshes.


41. (A) They are applied to aquatic weeds by fish farmers.

(B) Amphibians release them from their skin.

(C) Irresponsible people dispose of them in ponds.

(D) They are washed into ponds by the rain.


42. (A) Pesticides can cause an amphibian's skin to dry out.

(B) Pesticides kill the insects that amphibians depend on for food.

(C) Dissolved pesticides can easily enter amphibian's bodies.

(D) Amphibians may eat plants that have been treated with pesticides.


43. (A) To ask about vacancies at the Kensington Hotel.

(B) To oppose tearing down the Kensington Hotel.

(C)To volunteer her help in restoring die Kensington Hotel.

(D) To explain the history of the Kensington Hotel.


44. (A) A famous architect.

(B) A respected journalist.

(C) A well-known public official,

(D) An important historian.


45. (A) Use local volunteers.

(B) Use money from the town's funds.

(C) Ask the state for a grant.

(D) Hire a local construction company.

46. (A) It would stay open all year.

(B) It would have more rooms.

(C) It could serve as the town hall.

(D) It could bring business into the town.


47. (A) Different uses of corn.

(B) The history of the development of corn.

(C) The popularity of corn.

(D) Increasing the production of com.


48. (A) Europe.

(B) The Caribbean islands.

(C) Canada.

(D) Mexico.


49. (A) They failed to improve their strains of corn.

(B) They knew very little about cultivating corn.

(C) Their economies were based on corn.

(D) They used corn husks in building their dwellings.


50. (A) Its seeds cannot sprout on their own.

(B) It must be irrigated.

(C) It has to be protected from insects.

(D) Its stalk is not strong enough to support its weight.


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