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Soal Tes TOEFL dan Pembahasan Jawaban (Structure and Written Expression-Model Test 2)

Jenis soal test TOEFL di bawah ini merupakan soal tes TOEFL ITP yang umum diselenggarakan di Indonesia. Tes TOEFL teridiri dari tiga sesi: listening comprehension, structure and written expression, dan reading comprehension. Untuk sesi listening comprhension, Anda akan menemui 50 nomor soal. Ke 50 soal itu dibagi dalam 3 part, yang dikenal sebagai part A yang terdiri dari 30 conversation pendek antar 2 orang. Setiap conversation diikuti 1 pertanyaan. Jadi ada 30 pertanyaan dalam listening part A. Listening part B terdiri dari 2 conversation panjang. Setiap conversation diikuti 4 pertanyaan. Jadi, ada 8 soal di sesi ke dua ini. Untuk sesi terakhir, listening part C terdiri dari 3 talk (semacam perkuliahan dengan speaker monolog). Lihat di sini untuk Contoh Tes Listening TOEFL Beserta Audio MP3 Kunci Jawaban. Sesi structure and written expression terdiri dari 40 soal. 40 soal itu terbagi dalam dua bagian. Nomor 1-15 merupakan sesi structure dan 16-40 masuk kategori sesi written expression. Anda mempunyai waktu 25 menit untuk mengerjakan soal pada sesi ini. Sesi terakhir yang Anda akan temui pada tes TOEFL ITP yaitu sesi reading comprehension. Pada sesi terakhir ini, Anda harus menjawab 50 soal reading dalam waktu 55 menit. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. The gray scale, a progressive series of shades ranging from black to white, is used in computer graphics ---- detail to graphical images. (A) added (B) to add (C) are added (D) and add 2. By ---- excluding competition from an industry, governments have often created public service monopolies. (A) they adopt laws (B) laws are adopted (C) adopting laws (D) having laws adopt 3. ---- skeleton of an insect is on the outside of its body. (A) Its (B) That the (C) There is a (D) The 4. Lenses, ---- are used to correct imperfections in eyesight. (A) are the forms of glasses and contact lenses (B) in the form of glasses and contact lenses

(C) glasses and contact lenses which form (D) glasses and contact lenses may be formed 5. In eighteenth-century North America, printed engravings provided ---- of rococo style. (A) the most manifestation widespread (B) manifestation widespread the most (C) the widespread manifestation most (D) the most widespread manifestation 6. In the Arctic tundra, ice fog may form under clear skies in winter, ---- coastal fogs or low status clouds are common in summer. (A) because of (B) whereas (C) despite (D) that 7. On attaining maximum size, ---- by drawing itself out and dividing into two daughter amoebas, each receiving identical nuclear materials. (A) the reproduction of the amoeba (B) the amoeba, which reproduces (C) reproducing the amoeba (D) the amoeba reproduces 8. For the advertiser, one of the greatest appeals of radio is ---- an audience all day long. (A) that it has (B) that to have (C) to have it (D) having it 9. Charles Schulzs comic strip, Peanuts, features children who make --- about life. (A) funny, wise statements that (B) which funny, wise statements (C) statements are funny but wise (D) funny but wise statements 10. One of the major rivers of the western United States, ---- flows for some 1,500 miles from Colorado to northwestern Mexico. (A) it is the Colorado River (B) the Colorado River which (C) and the Colorado River (D) the Colorado River 11. In art, the tendency of gouache colors to lighten on drying makes ---- a wide range of pearly or pastel-like effects. (A) it is possible (B) possible (C) possible to be (D) it possible the 12. Isabel Bishop was one of many American artists ---- by the government during the Depression years on various federal art projects. (A) employed (B) whose employment (C) to employ (D) had been employed 13. Outbreaks of diseases in trees commonly occur ---- stressed because of drought or other environmental factors. (A) as forests that become (B) in forests become

(C) that become forests (D) when forests become 14. To break thick ice, an icebreaker boat moves fast enough to ride up on the ice, ---- under its weight. (A) so then breaks (B) when breaks it (C) which then breaks (D) for which then breaks 15. Cholesterol is present in large quantities in the nervous system, where ---- compound of myelin. (A) it a (B) a (C) being a (D) it is a 16. Painters of the early twentieth century who were known primarily for they colorful landscapes, A B C the Group of Seven changed is name to the Canadian Group of Painters in 1933. D 17. Most animals have nervous systems, sense organs, and specialized modes of locomotion, and are A B C capable of securing ingesting, and to digest food. D 18. The cork oak tree has a layer of cork several inches thickness that can be stripped every ten years. A B C D 19. Inflation, interest rates, and overall economic active can be governed by the United States Federal A B C Reserves decision to adjust the supply of money to the economy. D 20. Free radicals of oxygen, which common by-products of metabolic processes in the body, are A B C capable of causing tissue damage. D 21. By 1830 the glass industry in the United States had become too well established that the country A B no longer needed to depend on imported glass. C D 22. Free land, cheaply transportation, and powerfully persuasive railroad advertising all helped flood A B the western part of the United States with farmers in the nineteenth century. C D 23. Coral formations have known as fringing reefs are located close to shore, separated from land only A B C by shallow water.

D 24. For a seagoing, cargo-carrying sailing vessels, the clipper ship was remarkably fast. A B C D 25. Visibly only through large telescopes, Pluto has a yellowish color, which indicates that there is A B C very little atmosphere. D 26. Diamond is the hardest known substance, so diamonds can be cut only by another diamonds. A B C D 27.The International Monetary Fund was created in a effort to stabilize exchange rates A B without interfering with the healthy growth of trade. C D 28. Butterflies and moths undergo complete metamorphosis, them changing from caterpillar to adult A B C via one intermediate stage, the pupa. D 29. Thousands of meteorite hit Earth each year, but most fall into the sea or in remote areas and are A B C never recovered. D 30. Alaska became the forty-ninth state in 1959, and Hawaii became the fiftieth state lately that year. A B C D 31. A sponge feeds itself by drawing water through tiny pores on its surface, filtering out food A B particles, and then expel the water through larger vents. C D 32. Toward the end of his life, john Singer Sargent returned to the painting of landscapes and the use A B C of watercolors, of which he excelled. 33. Pythons differ than most other snakes by having two well-developed lungs rather than a A B C much smaller left lung or no left lung at all. D 34. Weighing among two to five kilograms in adults, the skin is the largest organ of the human body. A B C D 35. Rodents dwell in various habitat, some species being aquatic, some terrestrial. A B C D 36. The nectar of flowers are ingested by worker bees and converted to honey in special sacs in their A B C

D digestive systems. 37. Lucid dreaming, the ability dreamers to become aware of and to control their dreams while A B C dreaming, is the focus of some current psychological research. D 38. The sensation of sound is produced how vibrations transmitted through the air strike the eardrum. A B C D 39. The musical tone of an electric guitar is created not by the resonance of the body of the guitar but A B C by electronically amplification. D 40. Considered one of the most beautiful of the fine art, ballet is a combination of dance and mime A B C performed to music. D


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Contoh Soal Listening TOEFL Beserta Audio MP3 Pembahasan Jawaban

Pada postingan sebelumnya telah kami posting Contoh Tes Listening TOEFL Beserta Audio MP3 Kunci Jawaban yang di mana sebagai post-test bagi Anda sebelum belajar listening comprehension. Maka postingan ini terkait Contoh Soal Listening TOEFL Beserta Audio MP3 Pembahasan Jawaban diperuntukkan sebagai post-test setelah Anda mempelajari terkait skill yang harus Anda kuasai dalam menjawab listening TOEFL di menu belajar listening comprehension. Ada beberapa hal yang mesti Anda ketahui sebelum mengikuti sesi listening TOEFL test. Tipstips listening itu bisa berupa pengetahuan terkait jumlah soal, tipe-tipe soal dalam sesi listening yang di bagi ke dalam 3 bagian, cara perhitungan skor TOEFL, Tips Mengerjakan Soal TOEFL Listening dengan Mudah secara umum, Tips Menjawab soal TOEFL Listening Part A dengan Mudah (khusus bagian A), dan tips-tips lainnya. Anda bisa mencari di buku-buku TOEFL, ataupun di situs-situs TOEFL yang menyediakan materi listening TOEFL. Silahan download Audio MP3 untuk materi soal listening TOEFL ini. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SECTION 1 LISTENING COMPREHENSION Timeapproximately 35 minutes (including the reading of the directions for each part) In this section of the test, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to understand conversations and talks in English. There are three parts to this section. Answer all the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied by the speakers you hear. Do not take notes or write in your test book at any time. Do not turn the pages until you are told to do so. Part A Directions: In Part A you will hear short conversations between two people. After each conversation, you will hear a question about the conversation. The conversations and questions will not be repeated. After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen. Listen to an example.

On the recording, you hear: (man) That exam was just awful. (woman) Oh, it could have been worse. (narrator) What does the woman mean? In your test book, you read: (A) The exam was really awful. (B) It was the worst exam she had ever seen. (C) It couldn't have been more difficult. (D) It wasn't that hard. You learn from the conversation that the man thought the exam was very difficult and that the woman disagreed with the man. The best answer to the question, "What does the woman mean?" is (D), "It wasn't that hard." Therefore, the correct choice is (D). 1. A) He'll correct the exams this afternoon. B) The exam will be at noon. C) He will collect the exams at 12:00. D) The tests will be graded by noon. 2. A) Martha applied for a visa last month. B) Martha's visa will last for only a month. C)Martha arrived last month without her visa. D) One month ago Martha got her visa. 3. A) The professor described what the students should do. B) There was a long line to register for the required class. C) It is a requirement for each professor to teach at least one course. D) The professor required the class to prepare an outline. 4. A) Chuck had improved. B) This visit was better than the last. C) Chuck looked at him in the hospital. D) Chuck didn't seem to be doing very well. 5. A) She thinks the tuition should be raised. B) The semesters tuition is quite affordable. C) She doesn't have enough money for her school fees. D) She has more than enough for tuition. 6.

A) He thinks he got a good grade. B) The history grades were all C or above. C) No one got history grades. D) There were no high scores. 7. A) The parking lots were full before 10:00. B) It was impossible to start class by 10:00. C) He parked the car before class at 10:00. D) The possibility of finding a place to park increased. 8. A) She's found a new ring. B) She needs to help him find something. C) She's shopping for a carpet. D) She's thankful she has a rag. 9. A) In a department store B) In a bank C) In an accounting firm D) In a checkout line 10 A) Jane usually visits San Francisco for her vacations. B) Jane's cousin often visits San Francisco. C) Whenever there's a holiday, Jane's cousin goes to San Francisco. D) Whenever there's a holiday, Jane leaves San Francisco. 11. A) He'd really like to have something to eat. B) Because he's weak, he can't eat. C) It's been weeks since he's had anything to eat. D) He hasn't felt like eating for weeks. 12. A) Traffic should not be allowed. B) She thinks that the traffic should stay outside. C) She agrees that the traffic is noisy. D) She'll stay outside with the man. 13. A) The headings for today's reading assignment. B) The chance to make the headlines. C) Her reading ability. D) The daily newspaper.

14. A) The bus trip is only five minutes long. B) The man missed the bus by five minutes. C) The man should hurry to catch the bus. D) The bus was five minutes late. 15 A) It's not possible to pass the class. B) She'll definitely fail. C) It's always possible. D) She shouldn't say anything about the class. 16. A) She gave Tom money to pay the rent. D) She was given money for the rent. C) Tom borrowed money for the rent. D) She had some money to lend. 17. A) The cake is extremely good. B) He never tasted the cake. 25. C) He wished he hadn't tasted the cake. D) The cake has never been very good. 18. At the corner she ran into another car. She ran to Carl because she cared. She unexpectedly met one of her relatives. Carl was running from place to place. 19. A) She shouldn't leave her purse here. B) She's probably in the apartment. C) Her purse must not be in the apartment. D) She left without taking her purse 20. A) The landlord failed to collect rent on the first of last month. B) The tenants absolutely must pay rent at the beginning of the month. C) The landlord will not fail to collect your rent on the first of next month. D) It is important to call the landlord about rent on the first of the month. 21 (A) Taking the car out for a test drive (B) Listening to the noises

(C) Fixing the car herself (D) Getting the car repaired 22. (A) Martha s jobs are easy. (B) It's easy to hold two jobs. (C) It's better for Martha to have two jobs. (D) Martha should slow down. 23. (A) The plane took off just after he arrived. (B) He arrived just after the plane took off. (C) He wasn't in time to catch the plane. (D) He arrived too late to catch the plane. 24. A) He agrees with the woman's suggestion. B) Parking is not free on the weekend. C) It is not necessary for them to park. D) He thinks they don't have to pay. 25. A) He is eager to leave his job. B) He is unhappy at the thought of retiring. C) He couldn't be unhappier about retiring. D) He is retiring too soon. 26. A) He got the car he really wanted. B) He didn't get a new car. C) The car that he got was not his first choice. D) He didn't really want a new car 27 A) Mr. Drew pointedly asked the president about the committee. B) The president pointed to Mr. Drew's head. C) Mr. Drew became head of the new commission. D) Mr. Drew was committed to the president's appointments. 28 A) She felt inferior. B) She wasn't furious. C) She felt there should have been more fairness. D) She was extremely angry. 29

A) The man would do the dishes. B) The plates did not need to be washed. C) The man would not be ready to go. D) The dishes would not be done. He knew that grapes were cheaper than cherries. He didn't know that grapes were cheaper than cherries. He bought grapes because they were cheaper than cherries. He didn't buy either grapes or cherries because of the price. Part B Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear longer conversations. After each conversation, you will hear several questions. The conversations and questions will not be repeated. After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen. Remember, you are not allowed to take notes or write in your test book. 31. A) Attend a football game alone. B) Go to a sporting event. C) Eat in the cafeteria and study. D) See a play. 32. A) It's the final game of the season. B) It's better than the drama department's play. C) It's a very important game. D) It's close to the cafeteria. 33. A) A play. B) A game. C) A study group meeting. D) Dinner in the cafeteria. 34. A) Saturday night. B) After dinner in the cafeteria. C) Sunday afternoon. D) Maybe next weekend. 35. A) Trash orbiting Earth. B) A trip by an astronaut to the Moon. C) The overabundance of garbage on Earth.

D) Becoming space scientists. 36. A) From a lecture. B) In a magazine article. C) In a book. D) On a television program. 37. A) 17,000 pounds B) 3,000 tons C) 3,000 pounds D) 300 tons 38. (A) She will be able to travel in space. (B) The problem will take care of itself. (C) Scientists will find solutions to the problem. (D) The junk will fall to Earth. Part C Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several talks. After each talk, you will hear some questions. The talks and questions will not be repeated. After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen. Here is an example. On the recording, you hear: (narrator) Listen to an instructor talk to his class about painting. (man) Artist Grant Wood was a guiding force in the school'of painting known as American regionalist, a style reflecting the distinctive characteristics of art from rural areas of the United States. Wood began drawing animals on the family farm at the age of three, and when he was thirty-eight one of his paintings received a remarkable amount of public notice and acclaim. This painting, called "American Gothic," is a starkly simple depiction of a serious couple staring directly out at the viewer. Now listen to a sample question. (A) (narrator) What style of painting is known as American regionalist? . In your test book, you read: (A) Art from America s inner cities (B) Art from the central region of the United States (C) Art from various urban areas in the United States (D) Art from rural sections of America The best answer to the question "What style of painting is known as American regionalist?" is

(D), "Art from rural sections of America." Therefore, the correct choice is (D). Now listen to another sample question. (A) (narrator) What is the name of Wood's most successful painting? In your test book, you read: (A) "American Regionalist" (B) "The Family Farm in Iowa" (C) "American Gothic" (D) "A Serious Couple" The best answer to the question, "What is the name of Wood's most successful painting?" is (C), "American Gothic." Therefore, the correct choice is (C). Remember, you are not allowed to take notes or write in your test book. 39. A) On the first day of class 46. B) In the middle of the semester C) At the end of class D) In the final week of the semester 40. A) Later today 47. B) By Friday of this week C) In two weeks D) In three weeks 41. A) Journal and magazine articles B) Books from outside the library 48. C) Books listed in student journals D) Both books and journals 42. A) Two B) Three 49. C) Five D) Seven 43. A) In winter B) In spring C) In summer D) In fall 50.

44. A) Seasonable, with warm summers and cold winters. B) Fairly constant and moderate. C) Very humid. D) Extremely hot year-round. 45. A) They come from the Southwest. B) They come most days of the year. C) They are the hardest during the night. D) They increase the humidity. 46. (A) Preparing for a trip (B) Writing a report about the weather (C) Beginning a study of the weather (D) Buying warm clothes for a trip 47. (A) Modern American Authors (B) United States History (C) American Democracy (D) Nineteenth-Century American Literature 48. (A) The death of Abraham Lincoln (B) The beauty of American democracy (C) The raising of plants (D) The maturity of poetry 49. (A) It's a poem about the author. (B) It's a poem about Abraham Lincoln. (C) It's a collection of twelve poems that remained unchanged. (D) It's a volume of poetry that grew with its author. 50. (A) "Leaves of Grass" (B) "Song of Myself" (C) "When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed" (D) "American Democracy" This is the end of Section 1 Stop work on Section 1. Turn off the recording.

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

Soal TOEFL dan Pembahasan Jawaban (Structure Test 3)

Tes TOEFL ITP terbagi atas 3 sesi: listening comprehension, structure and written expression, dan reading comprehension.

Sesi structure and written epxression terdiri dari 40 soal dengan lama pengerjaan soal 25 menit. Soal sesi ke dua ini terbagi atas dua jenis yaitu structure yang dimulai dari nomor 1 sampai 15 dan soal written expression yang dimulai dari nomor 16 sampai 40.

Terkhusus untuk bagian structure, untuk membantu Anda lebih mengenal bentuk soal yang dipertanyakan, kami telah menyediakan Soal TOEFL dan Pembahasan Jawaban (Structure Test 3) di bawah ini yang bersumber dari buku Cliff -TOEFL Preparation Guide for the TOEFL Test.

Untuk melihat structure test bagian 1 dan 2 silahkan kunjungi link Soal Tes TOEFL dan Pembahasan Kunci Jawaban (Structure Test 1) dan Soal TOEFL dan Pembahasan Jawaban (Structure Test 2). Soal TOEFL (Structure Test 3) 1. After the funeral, the residents of the apartment building __________. (a) sent faithfully flowers all weeks to the cemetery. (b) sent to the cemetery each week flowers faithfully. (c) sent flowers faithfully to the cemetery each week. (d) sent each week faithfully to the cemetery flowers. 2. Because the first pair of pants did not fit properly, he asked for __________. (a) another pants (c) the others one (b) other pants (d) another pair. 3. The committee has met and __________. (a) they have reached a decision. (b) it has formulated themselves some opinions. (c) its decision was reached at. (d) it has reached a decision. 4. Alfred adams has not __________. (a) lived lonelynessly in times previous. (b) never before lived sole. (c) ever lived alone before. (d) before lived without the company of his friends.

5. Johns score on the test is the highest in the class; __________. (a) he should study last night. (b) he should have studied last night. (c) he must have studied last night. (d) he must had to study last night. 6. Henry will not be able to attend the meeting tonight because __________. (a) he must to teach a class. (c) of he will teach a class. (b) he will be teaching a class. (d) he will have teaching a class. 7. Having been served lunch, __________. (a) the problem was discussed by the members of the committee. (b) the committee members discussed the problem. (c) it was discussed by the committee members the problem. (d) a discussion of the problem was made by the members of the committee. 8. Florida has not yet ratified the equal rights amendment, and __________. (a) several other states hasnt either. (b) neither has some of the others states. (c) some other states also have not either. (d) neither have several other states 9. The chairman request that __________. (a) the member studied more carefully the problem. (b) the problem was more carefulnessly studied. (c) with more carefulness the problem could be studied. (d) the members study the problem more carefully. 10. California relies heavily on income from fruit crops, and __________. (a) florida also. (c) florida is as well (b) florida too. (d) so does florida 11. The professor said that __________. (a) the student can turn over their report on the monday. (b) the report on monday could be received form the students by him. (c) the students could hand in their reports on monday. (d) the student will on monday the reports turn in. 12. This year will be difficult for this organization because __________. (a)they have less money and volunteers than they had last year. (b) it has less money and fewer volunteers than it had last year.

(c) the last year it did not have as few and little volunteers and money. (d) there are fewer money and volunteers that in the last year there were. 13. The teacher have had some problem deciding __________. (a)when to the students they shall return the final papers. (b) when are they going to return to the students the final papers. (c) when they should return to the final papers to the students. (d) the time when the final papers they should return for the students. 14. She wanted to serve some coffee to her guests; however, __________. (a) she hadnt many sugar. (b) there was not great amount of the sugar. (c) she did not have much sugar. (d) she was lacking in amount of the sugar. 15. There has not been a great response to the sale, __________? (a) does there (b) hasnt there (c) hasnt it (d) has there Kunci Jawaban Soal TOEFL (Structure 3) 1. C 2. D 3. D 4. C 5. C 6. B 7. B 8. D 9. D 10. D 11. C 12. B 13. C 14. C 15. D - See more at:

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