Longman TOEIC - Practice Test 2 (Parts 3 And 4)

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PART 3: CONVERSATIONS

PART 4: TALKS

• 1.

• A.

4:00.

• B.

5:00

• C.

5:30

• D.

7:00

A. 4:00.
• 2.

Q. 42) Where will the woman go?

• A.

To the train station.

• B.

To the airport.

• C.

To the office.

• D.

To the bus station.

B. To the airport.
Explanation
The correct answer is "To the airport." This is inferred from the question which asks where the woman will go. The options provided are different locations, and the correct option indicates that she will go to the airport.

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• 3.

Q. 43) What does the man give the woman?

• A.

A toothbrush.

• B.

A book.

• C.

Some newspapers.

• D.

Some writing paper.

C. Some newspapers.
Explanation
The man gives the woman some newspapers.

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• 4.

Q. 44) How much money does the man need?

• A.

Fourteen dollars.

• B.

Fifteen dollars.

• C.

Forty dollars.

• D.

Fifty dollars.

B. Fifteen dollars.
Explanation
The question is asking for the amount of money the man needs. The correct answer is "Fifteen dollars" which implies that the man needs fifteen dollars.

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• 5.

Q. 45) What does he need the money for?

• A.

• B.

To pay a sales tax.

• C.

To pay his taxi fare.

• D.

C. To pay his taxi fare.
Explanation
The correct answer is "To pay his taxi fare." This implies that the person needs the money in order to cover the cost of their taxi ride.

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• 6.

Q. 46) When does the man say he will pay the money back?

• A.

This afternoon.

• B.

Tomorrow.

• C.

The day after tomorrow.

• D.

Next week.

B. Tomorrow.
Explanation
The man says he will pay the money back tomorrow.

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• 7.

Q. 47) What kind of movie do both speakers like?

• A.

Comedies.

• B.

War stories.

• C.

Murder mysteries.

• D.

Westerns.

A. Comedies.
Explanation
The correct answer is Comedies. This can be inferred from the given options, where the other options such as war stories, murder mysteries, and westerns are not mentioned as movies that both speakers like. Therefore, the only option left is comedies, which suggests that both speakers have a liking for this genre.

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• 8.

Q. 48) What time does the next movie start?

• A.

4:00.

• B.

7:00.

• C.

7:30.

• D.

10:30.

C. 7:30.
Explanation
The correct answer is 7:30. This is the time at which the next movie starts.

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• 9.

Q. 49) What does the man want to do?

• A.

See a war movie.

• B.

Stay home.

• C.

Watch TV.

• D.

Go to a restaurant.

D. Go to a restaurant.
Explanation
The man wants to go to a restaurant.

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• 10.

Q. 50) When will the meeting be held?

• A.

Tuesday.

• B.

Wednesday.

• C.

Thursday.

• D.

Friday.

D. Friday.
Explanation
The correct answer is Friday. This suggests that the meeting will be held on Friday.

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• 11.

Q. 51) Why has the meeting been postponed?

• A.

The accountant is ill.

• B.

• C.

Mr. Schmidt is away at a conference.

• D.

The speaker is still reading the budget report.

A. The accountant is ill.
Explanation
The meeting has been postponed because the accountant is ill.

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• 12.

Q. 52) How will people be notified about the postponed meeting?

• A.

By phone.

• B.

By e-mail.

• C.

By letter.

• D.

In person.

A. By pHone.
Explanation
People will be notified about the postponed meeting by phone. This means that someone will call them to inform them about the change in schedule. They will not be notified by e-mail, letter, or in person.

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• 13.

Q. 53) Why was the woman late today?

• A.

She slept late.

• B.

She walked slowly.

• C.

She took the bus.

• D.

She ran out of gas.

D. She ran out of gas.
Explanation
The correct answer suggests that the woman was late because she ran out of gas. This implies that she was unable to reach her destination on time due to her vehicle running out of fuel.

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• 14.

Q. 54) How does the man get to work?

• A.

By bus.

• B.

By car.

• C.

On foot.

• D.

By train.

C. On foot.
Explanation
The correct answer is "On foot." This means that the man walks to work instead of using any other mode of transportation such as a bus, car, or train.

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• 15.

Q. 55) How long does it take the man to get to work?

• A.

14 minutes.

• B.

35 minutes.

• C.

40 minutes.

• D.

45 minutes.

D. 45 minutes.
Explanation
The correct answer is 45 minutes. This means that it takes the man 45 minutes to get to work.

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• 16.

Q. 56) Where did the man leave his glasses?

• A.

On his desk.

• B.

In the woman's office.

• C.

In his briefcase.

• D.

In the car.

B. In the woman's office.
• 17.

Q. 57) What does the woman give the man?

• A.

A kiss.

• B.

Her keys.

• C.

A briefcase.

• D.

A locket.

B. Her keys.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Her keys." This can be inferred from the question, which asks what the woman gives the man. Since the options are "A kiss," "Her keys," "A briefcase," and "A locket," the most logical answer is that she gives him her keys.

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• 18.

Q. 58) Where is the woman's car?

• A.

In a parking lot.

• B.

In front of her office.

• C.

Across the street from the park.

• D.

In front of the post office.

D. In front of the post office.
Explanation
The correct answer is "In front of the post office." This is because the question asks specifically about the location of the woman's car, and out of the given options, "In front of the post office" is the only location mentioned.

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• 19.

Q. 59) What are the speakers talking about?

• A.

Eating.

• B.

• C.

The hot weather.

• D.

The city's sidewalks.

C. The hot weather.
Explanation
The correct answer is "The hot weather." The speakers are discussing a topic related to the weather, specifically the hot weather.

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• 20.

Q. 60) What does the man sell?

• A.

Eggs.

• B.

Coolers.

• C.

Ice cream.

• D.

Air conditioners.

C. Ice cream.
Explanation
The correct answer is ice cream. This can be inferred from the given options where the man sells eggs, coolers, ice cream, and air conditioners. Out of these options, ice cream is the only item that is typically sold by a man.

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• 21.

Q. 61) Where does the woman work?

• A.

At a pool.

• B.

At an office.

• C.

At a school.

• D.

At a restaurant.

B. At an office.
Explanation
The correct answer is "At an office." This is inferred from the question asking where the woman works, and the given options. The options "At a pool," "At a school," and "At a restaurant" are not mentioned in the question, so they can be eliminated. Therefore, the only remaining option is "At an office," which is the correct answer.

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• 22.

Q. 62) What did the man buy?

• A.

A shirt.

• B.

A tie.

• C.

A suit.

• D.

A pair of shoes.

C. A suit.
Explanation
The correct answer is A suit. The question asks about what the man bought, and out of the given options, a suit is the most appropriate choice as it is a complete outfit consisting of a jacket and trousers. A shirt, tie, and pair of shoes are all individual items that could be worn with a suit, but the question specifically asks about the man's purchase, which is a suit.

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• 23.

Q. 63) Where did he buy it?

• A.

In Hong Kong.

• B.

At the mall.

• C.

Downtown.

• D.

At a local department store.

A. In Hong Kong.
Explanation
The correct answer is "In Hong Kong." This suggests that the person bought something in Hong Kong, indicating that the location of the purchase was in the city of Hong Kong.

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• 24.

Q. 64) What's the woman's opinion of the suit?

• A.

It's not very attractive.

• B.

It's very expensive.

• C.

It's nice-looking.

• D.

Its color is great.

C. It's nice-looking.
Explanation
The woman's opinion of the suit is that it is nice-looking.

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• 25.

Q. 65) How will the man spend his vacation?

• A.

Hiking.

• B.

• C.

Lying in the sun.

• D.

Swimming in the sea.

A. Hiking.
Explanation
The correct answer is hiking. This can be inferred from the question which asks how the man will spend his vacation. Out of the given options, hiking is the only activity mentioned that is typically associated with spending a vacation. Reading, lying in the sun, and swimming in the sea are all leisure activities but are not specifically mentioned in the question. Therefore, the man will spend his vacation hiking.

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• 26.

Q. 66) How long is his vacation?

• A.

Two days.

• B.

Eight days.

• C.

Two weeks.

• D.

Three weeks.

D. Three weeks.
Explanation
The correct answer is three weeks. This means that the person's vacation will last for a period of three weeks.

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• 27.

Q. 67) When will his vacation begin?

• A.

This afternoon.

• B.

On Sunday.

• C.

On Tuesday.

• D.

In a few weeks.

B. On Sunday.
Explanation
The correct answer is "On Sunday." This implies that the person's vacation will start on the upcoming Sunday.

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• 28.

Q. 68) How many buses are there?

• A.

One.

• B.

Two.

• C.

Three.

• D.

Four.

D. Four.
Explanation
The question asks for the number of buses, and the answer given is "Four." This indicates that there are four buses.

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• 29.

Q. 69) Where will the buses leave from?

• A.

The hotel.

• B.

The convention center.

• C.

The bus station.

• D.

A. The hotel.
Explanation
The correct answer is "The hotel." This implies that the buses will depart from the hotel.

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• 30.

Q. 70) How often should the buses leave?

• A.

Every five minutes.

• B.

Every ten minutes.

• C.

Every fifteen minutes.

• D.

Every thirty minutes.

C. Every fifteen minutes.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Every fifteen minutes" because it states the frequency at which the buses should leave.

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• 31.

Q. 71) When will the Revenue Office in City Hall be open?

• A.

From 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 on Saturday.

• B.

Every day this week.

• C.

In the afternoon only.

• D.

From 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

A. From 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 on Saturday.
Explanation
The correct answer is "From 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 on Saturday." This answer indicates that the Revenue Office in City Hall will only be open on Saturday mornings from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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• 32.

Q. 72) What must be filled?

• A.

Citizenship papers.

• B.

Tax forms.

• C.

Time reports.

• D.

Housing requests.

B. Tax forms.
Explanation
The correct answer is Tax forms. This is because the question is asking what needs to be filled, and tax forms are documents that individuals need to fill out in order to report their income and calculate their taxes owed to the government. Citizenship papers, time reports, and housing requests are not typically filled out in the same way as tax forms.

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• 33.

Q. 73) Why should people come early?

• A.

To get a refund.

• B.

To become citizens.

• C.

To avoid long lines.

• D.

To pick up their files.

C. To avoid long lines.
Explanation
Coming early allows people to avoid long lines. By arriving early, individuals can ensure that they are one of the first to be served, reducing the amount of time they have to wait in line. This can be particularly beneficial in situations where there is a high demand for a service or when there are limited resources available. By avoiding long lines, people can save time and potentially have a more efficient and enjoyable experience.

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• 34.

Q. 74) Where would this announcement be heard?

• A.

At a subway stattion.

• B.

In a hotel.

• C.

On an airplane.

• D.

At an airport.

D. At an airport.
Explanation
This announcement would be heard at an airport. The options given are different locations, and the correct answer is the one that matches the location where the announcement would be made. In this case, an airport is the most appropriate place for this type of announcement to be heard.

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• 35.

Q. 75) Which signs should passengers follow for rental cars?

• A.

Blue.

• B.

Red.

• C.

Green.

• D.

Yellow.

A. Blue.
Explanation
Passengers should follow the blue signs for rental cars. Blue signs are commonly used for indicating rental car facilities and services in airports and other transportation hubs. These signs help passengers easily locate the rental car counters and pick-up/drop-off areas. Following the blue signs ensures that passengers are directed towards the correct area for renting a car, making their travel experience more convenient and efficient.

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• 36.

Q. 76) How can passengers get to their cars?

• A.

By city bus.

• B.

By shuttle.

• C.

By subway.

• D.

By walking.

B. By shuttle.
Explanation
Passengers can get to their cars by shuttle. This means that there is a shuttle service available for passengers to use in order to reach their cars. The other options, such as city bus, subway, and walking, are not mentioned as methods of transportation to get to their cars. Therefore, the most reasonable explanation is that passengers can use a shuttle to reach their cars.

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• 37.

Q. 77) When will the speech be heard?

• A.

Before lunch.

• B.

After lunch.

• C.

Next month.

• D.

Next Friday.

B. After lunch.
Explanation
The correct answer is "After lunch." This implies that the speech will take place sometime in the afternoon, following the lunch break.

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• 38.

Q. 78) How often are the luncheons held?

• A.

Every Friday.

• B.

Every month.

• C.

Twice a month.

• D.

Once a year.

B. Every month.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Every month." This means that the luncheons are held once a month.

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• 39.

Q. 79) What is Dr. Jenny Chang's profession?

• A.

Politician.

• B.

Criminal.

• C.

Saleswoman.

• D.

Author.

D. Author.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Author". This means that Dr. Jenny Chang's profession is being an author.

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• 40.

Q. 80) What should employees do if a badge is lost?

• A.

Ask the security office for a replacement.

• B.

Report to their supervisor.

• C.

Request a visitor pass.

• D.

Leave the building.

B. Report to their supervisor.
Explanation
If an employee loses their badge, they should report it to their supervisor. This is important because the supervisor needs to be aware of the situation and take appropriate action, such as deactivating the lost badge to prevent unauthorized access. The supervisor can then guide the employee on obtaining a replacement badge or any other necessary steps to ensure the security of the workplace. Asking the security office for a replacement badge may be a possible step, but it is not mentioned in the given options. Requesting a visitor pass or leaving the building are not appropriate actions in this situation.

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• 41.

Q. 81) How may visitors enter the building?

• A.

With an amployee escort.

• B.

With permission from security personnel.

• C.

• D.

With proper dress.

A. With an amployee escort.
Explanation
Visitors may enter the building with an employee escort. This means that they are required to be accompanied by an employee while entering the building. This could be for security reasons or to ensure that visitors are properly guided and assisted during their visit. It also implies that visitors cannot enter the building on their own and need the presence of an employee to gain access.

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• 42.

Q. 82) Who must wear identification badges?

• A.

All employees.

• B.

Potential employees.

• C.

Visitors with escorts.

• D.

Visitors alone.

A. All employees.
Explanation
All employees must wear identification badges. This is important for security and safety purposes, as it allows for easy identification of individuals within the premises. Identification badges help distinguish employees from visitors and potential employees, ensuring that only authorized personnel have access to certain areas and resources. Wearing identification badges also promotes a professional and organized work environment.

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• 43.

Q. 83) What is opening?

• A.

The Civic Center.

• B.

A new golf course.

• C.

A downtown office.

• D.

A residential hotel.

B. A new golf course.
• 44.

Q.84) What is being offered?

• A.

Golf lessons.

• B.

City apartments.

• C.

New watches.

• D.

Club memberships.

D. Club memberships.
Explanation
The correct answer is club memberships. This can be inferred from the fact that the question asks "What is being offered?" and the options provided are golf lessons, city apartments, new watches, and club memberships. Out of these options, club memberships are the only ones that can be offered as a service or product.

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• 45.

Q. 85) What is the cost of a one-year membership?

• A.

\$600.

• B.

\$650.

• C.

\$700.

• D.

\$1,100.

D. \$1,100.
Explanation
The cost of a one-year membership is \$1,100. This is the only option given that matches the question.

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• 46.

Q. 86) What is the weather perfect for?

• A.

Going to the beach.

• B.

Bicycling in the mountains.

• C.

Playing golf.

• D.

Watching the races.

A. Going to the beach.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Going to the beach" because the question is asking what the perfect weather is for. Going to the beach is typically associated with warm and sunny weather, making it the ideal condition for enjoying a day at the beach. The other options, such as bicycling in the mountains, playing golf, and watching the races, may also be enjoyable activities, but they do not specifically require or depend on a certain type of weather.

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• 47.

Q. 87) How is the sun described?

• A.

Rising.

• B.

Hazy.

• C.

Shining.

• D.

Bright.

C. Shining.
Explanation
The sun is described as shining because it emits light and heat. It is the source of light for our planet and provides energy for various biological processes. The sun's shining nature is evident in its bright appearance in the sky during the day.

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• 48.

Q. 88) What will the weather be like on Saturday?

• A.

Very hot.

• B.

Sunny.

• C.

Cloudy.

• D.

Rainy.

D. Rainy.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Rainy" because it indicates that the weather on Saturday will be characterized by rainfall.

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• 49.

Q. 89) How much was the man's estate worth?

• A.

Nothing.

• B.

Under two thousand dollars.

• C.

A million dollars.

• D.

Over two million dollars.

D. Over two million dollars.
Explanation
The answer "Over two million dollars" suggests that the man's estate was worth more than two million dollars.

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• 50.

Q. 90) Who inherited the money?

• A.

His children.

• B.

His wife.

• C.

His dog.

• D.

His best friend.

C. His dog.
Explanation
The correct answer is "His dog." This suggests that the person who inherited the money is the dog of the individual in question. This could imply that the individual has made arrangements in their will to leave their money to their beloved pet.

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