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Listening Exercises 4: Practice TOEFL Test Two

Listening Exercises 4: Practice TOEFL Test Two
Posted on December 9, 2014
1. B. Let the man finish the work.
2. D. She’ll look for Pete’s keys in the car.
3. C. He is surprised that the woman is enjoying herself.
4. C. He is surprised that the woman is enjoying herself.
5. B. He’ll get the cleaning on the way home.
6. A. The man is quite right about the exam.
7. B. He will have a heavy load at the university.
8. A. He’ll start moving out this week.
9. D. She doesn’t have time to travel.
10. A. Drink some more coffee
11. B. Pam’s friends are helping her with her died.
12. B. They have arrived early
13. A. The woman doesn’t have any more papers to do.
14. D. He hasn’t had time to put the back pack on.
15. B. They can’t find their landlord.
16. C. He had’t tried to get a scholarship.
17. B. Their house needs cleaning.
18. B. She’s looking forward to going skiing.
19. C. She’ll come back in an hour to print her printer.
20. C. He’s working hard so he can take the summer off to write
21. A. He uses phone a lot
22. A. She isn’t feeling well.
23. C. She should be more careful at night
24. A. She is tired of violent films
25. B. He doesn’t have any time to go get his thesis.
26. B. She feels the same about chemistry as she does about Spanish.
27. A. She has more cars than The man does.
28. C. She’s afraid that she might be lost
29. C. He wants to listen to the weather report before he decided
30. A. Janet’s heavy workload is causing her serious health problems

Part B (CT2LB
31. D. Finishing his history project
32. D. To invite her out to the movies.
33. D. She teaches folktales to children.
34. A. He didn’t have enough money.

Part B (CT2LB

35. A. He thinks it’s high considering the type of work he is doing
36. C. She was supposed to work at the Lincoln Inn, but they told her they
didn’t need her anymore
37. B. He doesn’t think the Lincoln Inn needs any more help right now.

Part C (CT2LC)

38. B. They were sold unassembled with instructions for putting them
together.
39. A. Small engine mechanics
40. C. Too much to do if workers were given responsibility for quality control
41. C. Most people can’t afford to buy a car unless they work on an assembly
line
42. B. It put a lot of peopel out of jobs
43. B. ambulance drivers as the “lost generation.
44. C. His love of the sport of bullfighting
45. C. They all had active memories of their service in the war
46. C. He had recorded all his life about the need to face difficulty with
courage.
47. A. Insecticides reduce the amount of pollen and nectar produced by
flowers.
48. C. By providing large amounts of protein and carbohydrates, which are
bad for pests.
49. C. Some look only in plants which produce pollen; others look only in
nectar-producing plants.
50. B. Specialists eat bugs; generalists eat plants.

 

Listening 3 Exercises: Practice TOEFL Test One

Posted on December 2, 2014
A. She doesn’t understand the intructions
C. It is taking him a long time to write his paper
D. Smooking probably isn’t permitted here
C. She won’t have time for a vacation
D. He’d like some more in a little while
C. She isn’t sure he’ll come to work today
D. She didn’t like the last long
A. It is not a bad idea to telephone the college
B. Housekeeper
B. Read the instructions for setting up his computer
C. She is talking on the phone
D. He needed to take the invitation to the women
A. Susan only has three classes
D. The garden doesn’t need any more water
D. Their project will be the best
C. She won’t be able to join them for dinner
D. He will finally have time to visit her in the hospital tomorrow
A. She wasn’t as qualified as the other applicants
C. Make her mother’s package look more like a gift
B. He doesn’t have any time to talk
B. Ask Susan if she will take him to the airport
C. She will reschedule the meeting for the end of this week
B. He doesn’t mind meeting at the library.
A. He will be checking out several references
B. Buy her a soda
B. The woman should avoid eating in restaurants
C. Greg doesn’t do any socializing
B. She doesn’t agree with what the professor said.
C. He wanted to go skying
D. Make sure all of Ben’s friends have been invited.
A. The man told her
C. She agreed that the Heart Association is a worthy organization
A. She will sell raffle tickets
C. He will have time off after the winter season
B. She had to fill out a survey after her class
C. A pessimist usually doesn’t take advantage of life experiences
A. Optimists use their consciences to their advantage
D. In a museum
C. He was the first man to cross the Potomac River
A. The Potomac River
B. Buy a commemorative stamp
A. They use landmarks to navigate
D. They use the stars and some innate magnetic sense
C. The bird was able to find its way home under seemingly impossible circumstances
B. Biology
D. All we need to do is wait, ocean birds will show us how they navigate
A. Parents tend to want and love their first-born children more than the others.
A. Children’s personalities are fixed by birth order and nothing can be done about it.
B. The middle child gets better quality attention and more love from the parents
A. First-born children are under a lot of pressure to complete successfully since they are so outnumbered

Structure and write expressions 10

Problem 74 Sufficiency – Enough with Adjectives :

S V adjective enough infinitive
It is warm enough to go swimming
S V not adjective enough infinitive
It is not warm enough to go swimming

Incorrect: He should be as strong enough to get out of bed in a few days.
Correct : He should be strong enough to get out of bed in a few days.

Incorrect: Billy isn’t enough old to enlist in the army.
Correct : Billy isn’t old enough to enlist in the army.

Incorrect: His score on the exam was enough good to qualify him for a graduate program.
Correct : His score on the exam was good enough to qualify him for a graduate program.

Problem 75 Consecutive Order – One, Another, the Other :

1 2
one count noun(singular) another count noun (singular)
One movie start at five, another movie starts at seven, and
3
the other count noun (singular)
the other movie starts at nine
1 2 3
One count noun(singular) another the other One bus leaves at two, another at six, and the other at ten

Incorrect: Of the three busiest vacation areas in the United States, one is Disney World, one another is New York City, and the other is Washington D.C.
Correct : Of the three busiest vacation areas in the United States, one (area) is Disney World, one another (area) is New York City, and the other (area) is Washington D.C.

Incorrect: There are three major restaurant chains near the campus that specialize in fast-food hamburgers: one is McDonald’s, another is Wendy’s, and the another one is Burger King.
Correct : There are three major restaurant chains near the campus that specialize in fast-food hamburgers: one (restaurant) is McDonald’s, another (restaurant) is Wendy’s, and the other one is Burger King.

Incorrect: One English proficiency test is the TOEFL and other is Michigan Test of English Language Proficiency.
Correct : one English proficiency test is the TOEFL and the other (test) is Michigan Test of English Language Proficiency.

Problem 76 Consecutive Order – Some, Other, the Other Some, Others, the Others (the Rest) :

1 2
Some count noun(plural) other count noun(plural)
Some houses are for rent, other houses are for sale, and
3
the other
the rest of the count noun (plural)
the other houses are empty
the rest of the
1 2
Some count noun (plural) others
Some schools are universities, others are colleges, and
Some schools are universities, others are colleges, and
3
the others
the rest
the others are junior colleges
the rest are junior colleges

Incorrect: Some people finish a bachelor’s degree in four years and take five years.
Correct : some people finish a bachelor’s degree in four years and the other take five years.

Incorrect: Some of the home computer models on sale have 1.5GB, other models have 2.5GB, and the rest of models have 4GB hard drives.
Correct : some of the home computer models on sale have 1.5GB, other models have 2.5GB, and the rest of the models have 4GB hard drives.

Incorrect: Some applicants want student visas, other applicants want resident visas, and the others applicants want tourist ervisas.
Correct : some applicants want student visas, other applicants want resident visas, and the other applicants want tourist visas.

Problem 77 Numerical Order :

the ordinal number count noun(singular)
I am outlining the sixth chapter in my notebook

count noun(singular) cardinal number
I am outlining chapter six in my notebook

Incorrect: Your tickets are for gate the tenth, section B.
Correct : Your tickets are for gate ten, section B.

Incorrect: Look in volume second of the Modern Medical Dictionary.
Correct : Look in the second volume of the Modern Medical Dictionary.
or
Look in volume two of the Modern Medical Dictionary.

Incorrect: The New York-Washington train is arriving on track the fourth.
Correct : The New York-Washington train is arriving on track four.

Structure and write expressions 11

Problem 78 Nouns that function as Adjectives :

noun noun All of us are foreign language teachers

Incorrect: I forgot their telephone’s number.
Correct : I forgot their telephone number.

Incorrect: There is a sale at the at the shoes store.
Correct : There is a sale at the at the shoe store.

Incorrect: Put the mail on the hall’s table.
Correct : Put the mail on the hall table.

PROBLEM 79 HYPHENATED ADJECTIVES :
A adjective – adjective noun
Agriculture 420 is a five – hour class

a adjective – adjective – adjective noun
A sixty – year – old employee may retire

Incorrect: Can you make change for a twenty-dollars bill?
Correct :Can you make change for a twenty-dollar bill?

Incorrect: A two-doors car is cheaper than a four-doors model.
Correct : a two – door car is cheaper than a four-door model.

Incorrect: I have to write a one-thousand-words paper this weekend.
Correct :I have to write a one- thousand – word this weekend.

Problem 80 Adjectives Ending in –edand –ing :
–ed adjective (by someone or something)
The audience is thrilled (by the concert)

–ed adjective (to someone or something)
The cozcert is thrilling (to the audience)

Incorrect: What an interested idea!
Correct : What an interesting idea!
(We are interested)

Incorrect: Drug abuse is increasing at an alarmed rate.
Correct : Drug abuse is increasing at an alarming rate.
(We are alarmed)

Incorrect: The petition has been signed by concerning citizens
Correct : The petition has been signed by concerned citizens.

Problem 81 Cause-and-Result –So :
CAUSE RESULT
adverb
S V so adjective that S V
She got up so late that she missed her bus The music was so loud that we couldn’t talk

Incorrect: We arrived so late as Professor Baker had already called the roll.
Correct :We arrived so late that Professor Baker had already called the roll.

Incorrect: He drives so fast as no one likes to ride with him.
Correct :He drives so fast that no one likes to ride with him.

Incorrect: Preparing frozen foods is too easy that anyone can do it.
Correct:Preparing frozen foods is so easy that anyone can do it.

Problem 82 Cause-and-Result–Such :
CAUSE RESULT
S V such a adjective count noun (singular) that S V
It was such a hot day that we went out
Or
S V such adjective a count noun (singular) that S V
It was so hot a day that we went out
CAUSE RESULT
count noun (singular). noun
S V such adjective (noncount) that S V
These are such long assignments that I can’t finish them
This is such good news that I will call them

Incorrect: We had so a small lunch that I am hungry already.
Correct : We had such a small lunch that I am hungry already.
or
We had so small a lunch that I am hungry already.

Incorrect: That so many advances have been made in so short time is the most
valid agreement for retaining the research unit.
Correct : That so many advances have been made in such a short time is the most
valid agreement or retaining the research unit.
or
That so many advances have been made in so short a time is the most
valid agreement for retaining the research unit.

Incorrect: It is so nice weather that I would like to go to the beach.
Correct : It is such nice that I would like to go to the beach.

Problem 83 Emphasis –Too :

CAUSE RESULT
too adjective infinitive
The tea is too hot to drink

Incorrect: This brand is too expensive for buy.
Correct : This brand is too expensive to buy .

Incorrect: He always plays his stereo so loud (to enjoy).
Correct : He always plays his stereo too loud (to enjoy).

Incorrect: He is too cold go swimming.
Correct : He is too cold to go swimming.

Problem 84 Emphasis–Very :

very adjective
This tea is very hot

Incorrect: New York is so big, and I am not used to it
Correct : New York is very big , and I am not used to it.

Incorrect: Last month we had a too high electric bill.
Correct :Last month we had a very high electric bill.

Incorrect: Darlene says that the courts are so lenient.
Correct : Darlene says that the courts are very lenient.

Structure and write expressions 14

Structure and write expressions 14
Posted on November 8, 2014
Problem 98 Degrees of Comparison–Irregular Adjectives

Comparative– Superlative–
Adjective to compare two to compare three or more
bad worse the worst
far farther the farthest
further the furthest
good better the best
little less the least
many more the most
much more the most
irregular
comparative than
This ice cream is better than the other brands
irregular
superlative
This ice cream is the best of all

Incorrect: These photographs are very good, but that one is the better of all.
Correct : these photographs are very good, but that one is the best of all.

Incorrect: Please give me much sugar than you did last time.
Correct : Please give me more sugar than you did last time.

Incorrect: This composition is more good than your last one.
Correct : This composition is the most good than your last one.

Problem 99 Degrees of Comparison–Comparative Adverbs

more adverb (two + syllables)
(less) adverb (two + syllables)
adverb –er (one syllable) than
We finished the test more rapidly than Mark
We finished the test less rapidly than Mark
We finished the test faster than Mark
the most adverb (two + syllables)
the least adverb (two + syllables)
adverb –est (one syllable)
We finished the test the most rapidly of all
We finished the test the least rapidly of all
We finished the test the fastest

Incorrect: The students in Dr. Neal’s class complained the most bitter about the grading system.
Correct : The students in Dr. Neal’s class complained bitter than about the grading system.

Incorrect: I wish we could see each other more frequenter.
Correct : I wish we could see each other more frequently.

Incorrect: He drives more fast than she does.
Correct : He drives faster than she does.

Problem 100 Double Comparative

CAUSE RESULT
The comparative S V the comparative S V
The more you review, the easier the patterns will be

Incorrect: The less one earns, the lesser one must pay in income taxes.
Correct :the less one earns, the less one must pay in income taxes.

Incorrect: The louder he shouted, less he convinced anyone.
Correct : the louder he shouted, the less he convinced anyone.

Incorrect: The more you practice speaking, the well you will do it.
Correct :the more you practice speaking, the weller you will do it.

Problem 101 Illogic Comparatives General Similarity and Difference

noun (singular) different from that
Football in the U.S.is different from that in other countries
noun (plural) different from those
The rules are different from those of soccer

Incorrect: The English that is spoken in Canada is similar to the United States.
Correct : The English that is spoken in Canada is different from that the United States.

Incorrect: Drugstores here are not like at home.
Correct : Drugstores here are not different from that at home.

Incorrect: The time in New York City differs here hours from Los Angeles.
Correct : The time in New York City differs here hours different from those of Los Angeles.

Problem 102 Illogical Comparatives–Degrees

more + adjective
noun (singular) adjective –er than that
The climate in the North is more severe than that of the South
The climate in the North is colder than that of the South
more + adjective
noun (plural) adjective –er than those
The prices are more expensive than those of the South
The prices are higher than those of the South

Incorrect: The audience is much larger than last year’s concert.
Correct : The audience is much larger than that of last year’s concert.

Incorrect: The rooms in the front are much noisier than the back.
Correct : The rooms in the front are much noisier than those in the back.

Incorrect: The interest on savings account at City Bank are higher than Bank Plus.
Correct : The interest on savings account at City Bank are higher than those of Bank Plus.

structure expresions 9

Structure and written expressions 9
Posted on December 2, 2014
few non (count) Few reference books may be check out
little non (noncount)
Before he came to the U.S., he had done little traveling

Incorrect: My brother used to help me a lot,but now he gives me few advice.
Correct : My brother used to help me a lot, but now he gives me little advice.

Incorrect: He had to balance his account very carefully because he had few money.
Correct : He had to balance his account very carefully because he had little money.

Problem 68 Much and Many

many noun (count–plural
There are many television programs for children on Saturday
much noun (noncount)
We don’t have much information

Incorrect: How much years have you been living in Texas?
Correct : How many years have you been living in Texas?

Incorrect: He always has much problems with his teeth.
Correct : He always has many problems with his teeth.

Incorrect: I think that there is too many violence on TV.
Correct : I think that there is too much violence on TV.

Problem 69 A Little and Little

A Few and Few
a little
little noun (noncount)
We have a little time
We have little time
a few
few noun (count–plural)
We made a few mistakes
We made few mistakes

Incorrect: There are few tickets left for the concert.
Correct : There are a few tickets left for the concert.
(some)

Incorrect: A few people in my apartment building are friendly.
Correct : few people in my apartment building are friendly.(not many)

Problem 70 Only a Few and Only a Little

only a few noun (count–plural)
Only a few dollars have been budgeted for supplies
Only a little noun (noncount)
We have only a little homework for Monday

Incorrect: We will need only a few food for the picnic.
Correct : We will need only a little food for the picnic.

Incorrect: Only few people were at the reception
Correct : only a few people were at the reception.

Problem 71 : A Large (Small) Number of and a large (Small) Amount of large

A number of
small noun (count–plural)
A large number of students from other countries attend State University large
A amount of
small noun (noncount)
A small amount of rain is expected tomorrow

Incorrect: The lab has a large number of equipment.
Correct : The lab has a large amount of equipment.

Problem 72 Almost All of the and Most of the

almost all (of the)
most all (of the) noun (count–plural) verb (plural)
Almost all (of the) trees in our yard are oaks
Most (of the) trees are oaks
almost all (of the)
most all (of the) noun (noncount) verb (singular)
Almost all (of the) art by R. C. Gorman is expensive
Most (of the) art by R. C. Gorman is expensive

incorrect: Most of the teachers at State University care about their students’ progress.
Correct : almost all of the teachers at State University care about their students’ progress.
or
Almost all teachers at State University care about their students’ progress.
or
Most of the teachers at State University care about their students’ progress.
or
Most teachers at State University care about their students’ progress

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lesson 8

Lesson 8
New Vocabulary :

1. constitute : merupakan
2. classification : klasifikasi
3. primitive : primitif
4.indicates : menunjukkan
5.scientific : ilmiah
6.diverse : berbeda
7.propel : mendorong
8.crusted : kuli keras
9.discriminate : membedakan
10.nuclei : inti
11. decomposes : menguraikan
12.contains : berisi/memuat
13.compounds : senyawa/campuran
14.demonstrates : membuktikan
15.necessitate : mengharuskan
16.redefinition : pendefinisian ulang
17.premise : pendapat
18.Nevertheless : bagaimanapun
19.improves : meningkatkan
20.proposed : mengusulkan
The Idea Of Each Paragraph :

Definition of protozoa and their spesification
Protozoa is a kind of animals not plant
Many species of protozoans collect into colonies, almost 40,000 species of protozoans have been identified
Answer The Question :

1.D. Characteristic of protozoans
2.D. Very Small
3.B. The substance that forms the cell of a protozoan
4.A. The three major groups are unique in that they all move in the same manner
5.C. Sarcodina
6.C. It regulates growth
7.A. They do not live on simple organic compounds
8.A. Protozoans
9.C. They have a large cell and a smaller cell
Summary Of The Passage :

Protozoa are the oldest known group of heterotrophic life that consume and transform complex food particles into energy. Although protozoans are only made up of a single cell, these organisms manage to perform all the basic tasks of life. The protozoa are divided into four major groups: the ciliates, the flagellates, the heliozoans, and the amoebas.