Bài giảng Tiếng Anh - TOEIC-4 Skills - Trương Văn Ánh

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  1. TOEIC – 4 Skills Trương Văn Ánh Trường Đại học Sài Gòn
  2. TOEIC LISTENING: 495 marks - Part 1: Photo description - Part 2: Questions and responses - Part 3: Short conversations - Part 4: Short talks READING: 495 marks - Part 5: Incomplete sentences - Part 6: Error recognition/ incomplete texts - Part 7: Reading (single and double passage) It takes a candidate two hours to do listening and reading test. 2
  3. The total marks of a speaking test are 200.
  4. The total marks of a writing test are 200.
  5. LISTENING & READING PRACTICE Part I: Picture description Choose the statement that best describes what you see in the picture.
  6. 1. (A) (B) (C) (D)
  7. 2. (A) (B) (C) (D)
  8. 3. (A) (B) (C) (D)
  9. 4. (A) (B) (C) (D)
  10. 5. (A) (B) (C) (D)
  11. Part II: Questions and responses: Listen to the questions and choose the best answer. 1. (A) (B) (C) 2. (A) (B) (C) 3. (A) (B) (C) 4. (A) (B) (C) 5. (A) (B) (C)
  12. Part III: Short conversations: Choose the best answer to each question. 1. What is wrong with Mary? (A) Her teeth hurt. (B) Her tooth hurts. (C) Her mouth hurts. (D) Her gums hurt.
  13. 2. How long has Mary had the problem? (A) Two weeks (B) Since Thursday (C) One week (D) Since Tuesday 3. What day is it? (A) Thursday (B) Tuesday (C) Friday (D) Saturday
  14. 4. What kind of test is Mr. Thomas taking? (A) A heart test (B) A memory test (C) An eye test (A) A spelling test 5. At the beginning of the conversation, which line does the doctor ask Thomas to read? (A) The first line (B) The second line (C) The last line (D) The second last line 6. What is the last letter in the second line? (A) Z (B) K (C) M (D) T
  15. Part IV: Short talks. Choose the best answer to each question. 1. What job is the talk about? (A) Animal trainer (B) Animal doctor (C) Sports doctor (D) Professor 2. According to the talk, what is the most important quality a person in this job should have? (A) A sense of humor (B) Lots of money (C) Basic medical information (D) A good understanding of animals
  16. 3. What is different about being an animal doctor? (A) The training is easier. (B) You need to know where all the different animals' organs are. (C) You need to spend more time in university. (D) You earn more money. 4. Which part of the body did the person injure? (A) Her elbow (B) Her wrist (C) Her foot (D) Her ankle
  17. 5. What treatment did the doctor suggest? (A) Take two tablets of medicine a day and go to bed (B) Take two tablets of medicine a day and wrap the ankle (C) Wrap the ankle for one week and then have an operation (D) Play more basketball 6. How did she injure herself? (A) She kicked the ball too hard. (B) She was hit in the leg with a basketball. (C) She fell down. (D) A little dog bit her.
  18. READING Part V: Incomplete sentences. Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence. 1. I go to the post office this morning. (A) ought (B) have (C) must (D) used to 2. I don't think it will rain. However, if it , turn off the machine. (A) do rain (B) do rains (C) does rain (D) doesn't rain
  19. 3. Ken should have studied harder; he the test again. (A) succeeded in (B) passed (C) failed (D) rejected 4. The black leather jacket be Harley's. (A) not (B) can't (C) not must (D) not can't
  20. 5. I like to see his daughter right now. (A) will (B) shall (C) would (D) could 6. I'm . Would you lend me some money? (A) borrow (B) rich (C) broke (D) poor 7. I'd rather shopping tomorrow. (A) going (B) go (C) went (D) to go
  21. 8. Losing interest in her business, Kimberly has recently . (A) retired (B) be retired (C) to be retired (D) been retired 9. Madeline must be very tired; she is on the sofa. (A) jumping (B) lying (C) awake (D) cleaning 10. Here's the application form you fill out. (A) can (B) should (C) will (D) shall
  22. 11. You tell a lie. (A) had not better (B) had better not (C) not had better (D) had better not to 12. When he was , he would sit under this tree. (A) young (B) youth (C) childhood (D) child 13. Before he died, the old man to take a walk with his wife daily. (A) used (B) ought (C) might (D) should
  23. 14. My sister hopes that you will her invitation. (A) accept (B) except (C) accepting (D) excepting 15. What did he her to do this morning? (A) say (B) tell (C) speak (D) question
  24. Part VI: Incomplete texts Questions 1 through 4 refer to the following letter. Mr. Albert Di Beni, 333 Spring Road Penshurt Kent Dear Mr. Di Beni, The Penshurst Medical Practice invites you to make an appointment for a medical . 1. (A) exam (B) examination (C) quiz (D) test
  25. After the age of forty, we recommend that you have a full physical every year. Our records show that you recently your fiftieth birthday. However, it is over seven years since 2. (A) celebrated (B) have celebrated (C) had celebrated (D) were celebrating your last appointment with our clinic. If you contact the Penshurst Medical Practice before September 15th, you will be able to take advantage a free check up. In this medical 3. (A) from (B) in (C) of (D) to
  26. we will check blood pressure, blood cholesterol, and blood sugar. For a small extra charge, it is possible to have a more detailed examination. If you are in this offer, please call 4. (A) available (B) wanting (C) interested (D) believe the Medical Practice at your earliest convenience. Sincerely, Penshurst Medical Practice
  27. Questions 5 through 8 refer to the following information. It is important to stretch both before and after exercising. Many fitness experts say that stretching after you exercise is actually more important than before. However, many people do not bother stretching after their workout. They say that they are too , or they just 5. (A) tiring (B) tire (C) tired (D) tires forget. Stretching has many benefits. For example, it helps you avoid painful cramps in your muscles. If you don't stretch, you could have tight and sore muscles the next day.
  28. It helps to your flexibility. If you stretch after every workout, it will be easy to touch your toes. 6. (A) improve (B) make (C) exercise (D) stimulate You might be surprised to know how many people reach their toes. Finally, it is also a 7. (A) must (B) can't (C) want (D) should good way to relax and wind down after strenuous exercise. So be sure to ten minutes 8. (A) believe (B) wanting (C) include (D) available of stretching as part of the start and end of your exercise routine.
  29. Questions 9 through 12 refer to the following notice. Red Cross December Blood Drive The Red Cross like to thank its regular donors for all their contributions. Without 9. (A) will (B) could (C) would (D) can your help, we could not continue with our good work. Every pint of blood that you donate allows us to help people in need. Your blood saves lives. Our next blood drive will on 10. (A) holding (B) be held (C) had held (D) is holding
  30. December 22nd, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. It will be held at the Red Cross Hall on Lion Street. We are staying open later than so that working people can drop by after work. If you have 11. (A) regularly (B) usual (C) regular (D) usually donated before, please bring your registration card to save time. First time donors are also more than welcome. Please encourage your friends and family members to come along, too. Giving up less than one hour of their time could give many more years of life to another 12. (A) persons (B) people (C) person (D) peoples
  31. Part VII: READING COMPREHENSION Questions 1 through 3 refer to the following notice. Notice to all employees As we enter the cold and flu season, the management wants to remind all employees to wash their hands after using the restroom and before returning to work. This is especially important for cooks, waiters and waitresses. As most of you are aware, germs, viruses, and bacteria are passed on mainly through hand contact. Here at The Happy Sandwich restaurant, hygiene and cleanliness are our number one priority. This policy will be strictly enforced. Thank you for your attention in this matter. The management
  32. 1. What is the name of the restaurant? (A) The Management (B) The Happy Sandwich (C) The Winter Season (D) The Strict Policy 2. Which season is approaching? (A) Spring (B) Fall (C) Winter (D) Summer 3. What is the restaurant's main priority? (A) Serving delicious food (B) Having the lowest prices in town (C) Having the most polite staff (D) Hygiene and cleanliness
  33. Questions 4 through 7 refer to the following email. Dear Mr. Thompson, This is just a short email to update you on your medical test results from your physical examination on January 10'". Our records show that you took a blood pressure test. Your test this time showed that your blood pressure is doing quite well for a man your age. I am very pleased to note that your blood pressure is much lower than it was last time. It seems that the medication you have been taking is working well. Unfortunately, we do not have a record of the name of your medication on file.
  34. Can you remember the name of the medication that you are taking? If you could send an email to my nurse with the name of the medicine, that would be very helpful to us. His email address is medcenter05@huxley.com. Also, there is a note in your file stating that you want your medical test results sent to your insurance company. Which department do you want them sent to? Please let us know as soon as possible. Regards, Dr. Huxley
  35. 4. What kind of test did Mr. Thompson have done? (A) A stress test (B)A blood test (C)A high blood pressure test (D)A department test 5. Where will Mr. Thompson's medical test results be sent to? (A) His employer (B)His insurance company (C)His doctor's office (D)The doctor's nurse
  36. 6. What is true about Mr. Thompson's blood pressure? (A) It is extremely high. (B)It is very low. (C)It is non-existent. (D)It is normal. 7. What information does the doctor need? (A) Mr. Thompson's email address (B)The name of his medication (C)The nurse's email address (D)Mr. Thompson's age
  37. Questions 8 through 11 refer to the following chart and information. Sugar Dairy, meat, fish, eggs Vegetables and fruit Breads, rice, and cereals This is a chart of the Food Pyramid. The Food Pyramid serves as a basic guide to making healthy food choices. If you take a look at the guide you can easily see which food groups you should be eating.
  38. According to the pyramid, most of your daily food should consist of breads, rice, and cereals. These are the foods in the bottom level of the pyramid. Almost equal to these, but not quite as much, should be vegetables and fruits. Therefore, you can feel free to go ahead and eat lots of fruit and vegetables every day. Servings of meat, fish, eggs, and dairy foods, which include milk and cheese, should be much smaller. Sugars should be the smallest portion of all. Of course, your daily nutritional needs will vary according to your activity level and life style. You do not have to follow the Food Pyramid, but it is a good way to be sure you will get the healthiest benefits from your daily food. If you keep a copy of the pyramid stuck to the door of your refrigerator, it will remind you to plan your daily meals wisely every time you go into the kitchen.
  39. 8. Which of the following are dairy products? (A) Milk and cheese (B) Fish and eggs (C) Sugar and spice (D) Breads and rice 9. What is the purpose of the Food Pyramid? (A) To sell food (B) To help make healthy food choices (C) To show which foods are bad for you (D) To help remember the names of foods
  40. 10. Which food group has the second smallest serving suggestion? (A) Sugars (B) Dairy, Meat, Fish, and Eggs (C) Vegetables and Fruits (D) Breads, Rice, and Cereals 11. What affects your daily food needs? (A) Your likes and dislikes (B) The Food Pyramid (C) Your lifestyle and activity (D) Small portions
  41. Questions 12 through 16 refer to the following agenda and memo. Heathcliffe Sports Center Annual General Meeting Date: June 25th Time: 7 p.m. Location: 3'd floor conference room Agenda 1. Annual report 2. Resurfacing of tennis courts -choose a contractor 3. Broken windows on first floor -how to punish offenders and how to prevent more breakages 4. New policy on equipment rental 5. Membership cards Any other business To be followed by tea and coffee in the staff training room. All welcome.
  42. Memo To: Jennifer Martin, Sports Equipment Manager From: Clive Wilbur, Management Committee Chairperson Re: June 25'h Annual General Meeting I know that you will be unable to attend this year's meeting on the 25th, so I am sending you the agenda now. Please take a look at it before the meeting and give me your opinion on the items. We have decided to resurface the tennis courts and need to choose from three contractors. I will send you their price lists and a voting form later. Every one at the meeting will have a chance to vote. As you know, we have suffered a lot of broken windows recently. I would appreciate it if you could fax me your ideas on how to deal with this problem.
  43. The fourth item on the agenda refers to renting equipment. We will limit rentals to one hour on weekends and two hours during the week. Only members will be able to rent equipment on weekends. This brings us to the next item: all members will be required to show their membership card in order to use the sports center at a discounted price. Please send me your thoughts as soon as possible, and I will talk to you in person when you get back from your vacation. Many thanks.
  44. 12. How often does Heathcliffe Sports Center hold a general meeting? (A) Once a month (B) Once a week (C) Once a year (D) Every other year 13. How will the center choose someone to repair the tennis courts? (A) They will choose the cheapest company. (B) They will not repair the tennis courts. (C) Everyone will vote for a company. (D) They haven't chosen a method.
  45. 14. Why will Jennifer Martin be unable to attend the meeting? (A) She is not a member of the sports center. (B) She will be on vacation. (C) She is sick. (D) She was not invited. 15. Which of the following statements about rentals is correct? (A) Members can rent equipment for four hours. (B) Members can rent equipment only on Saturdays. (C) Only members can rent equipment on Saturdays. (D) Non-members can rent equipment for one hour on Saturdays.
  46. 16. What problem has the sports center been having? (A) Members do not return equipment. (B) Windows have been broken. (C) There was not enough tea and coffee. (D) Staff don't get along with each other.
  47. SPEAKING PRACTICE The speaking section of the TOEIC takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. You will be asked 11 speaking questions. Different types of speaking skills are evaluated including pronunciation, intonation, grammar, vocabulary, content, and cohesion.
  48. Questions 1–2: Read a text aloud Directions: In this part of the test, you will read aloud the text on the screen. You will have 45 seconds to prepare. Then you will have 45 seconds to read the text aloud.
  49. If you’re shopping, sightseeing and running around every minute, your vacation can seem like hard work. To avoid vacation stress, come to the Blue Valley Inn on beautiful Lake Mead. While staying at our inn, you’ll breathe clean country air as you view spectacular sights. With its spacious rooms, swimming pool and many outdoor activities, the inn is the perfect place for a vacation you won’t forget. The Blue Valley Inn prides itself on the personal attention it provides to every guest. The Blue Valley motto has always been “A happy guest is our greatest treasure.
  50. Question 3: Describe a picture Directions: In this part of the test, you will describe the picture on your screen in as much detail as you can. You will have 30 seconds to prepare your response. Then you will have 45 seconds to speak about the picture.
  51. Questions 4–6: Respond to questions Directions: In this part of the test, you will answer three questions. For each question, begin responding immediately after you hear a beep. No preparation time is provided. You will have 15 seconds to respond to Questions 4 and 5, and 30 seconds to respond to Question 6. (Narrator): Imagine that a American marketing firm is doing research in your country. You have agreed to participate in a personal interview about social networking sites.
  52. Question 4: How often do you access a social networking site? Question 5: What social networking site you enjoy using? Question 6: Describe your favourite social networking site.
  53. Questions 7–9: Respond to questions using information provided Directions: In this part of the test, you will answer three questions based on the information provided. You will have 30 seconds to read the information before the questions begin. For each question, begin responding immediately after you hear a beep. No additional preparation time is provided. You will have 15 seconds to respond to Questions 7 and 8, and 30 seconds to respond to Question 9.
  54. Question 7: Hi, This is Brian Austin. I haven’t received the itinerary for the business trip to Brisbane on the 30th of September yet. At this stage could you just confirm a couple of details for me? Could you tell me which airport I will be flying from and what time the flight leaves? Question 8: Mr. Vlamis mentioned wanting to catch up with me while I’m in Brisbane that day, Would that still be possible? Question 9: I know I’m due to have a meeting with Stephanie and Frederick in the afternoon, but I’m curious to know what the rest of the schedule in the afternoon will involve.
  55. Question 10: Propose a solution Directions: In this part of the test, you will be presented with a problem and asked to propose a solution. You will have 30 seconds to prepare. Then you will have 60 seconds to speak. Respond as if you work at the bank. In your response, be sure to • show that you recognize the problem, and • propose a way of dealing with the problem.
  56. Narrator: Hi, this is Angelina Robinson. I'm calling from room 23 down the hall. We are a family of six, and there are only two small beds in this room. The man at the front desk said this was the only room available, and he must have assumed it was only for me and my husband. We can't possibly all fit on these two beds. We have two teenagers, a toddler and a baby. Are you sure there are no other rooms available? All of the other hotels in town are booked because of the marathon tomorrow. My husband is one of the competitors and he needs a good night's rest.
  57. Question 11: Express an opinion Directions: In this part of the test, you will give your opinion about a specifi c topic. Be sure to say as much as you can in the time allowed. You will have 15 seconds to prepare. Then you will have 60 seconds to speak. Narrator: It has been proposed that a new domestic airport should be built quite close to where you live. Do you support or oppose the idea?
  58. TOEIC WRITING TEST TOEIC Writing Test Directions This is the TOEIC Writing Test. This test includes eight questions that measure different aspects of your writing ability. The test lasts approximately one hour.
  59. Questions 1 – 5: Write a sentence based on a picture. Directions: In this part of the test, you will write ONE sentence that is based on a picture. With each picture, you will be given TWO words or phrases that you must use in your sentence. You can change the forms of the words and you can use the words in any order. Your sentence will be scored on • the appropriate use of grammar, and • the relevance of the sentence to the picture.
  60. In this part, you can move to the next question by clicking on Next. If you want to return to a previous question, click on Back. You will have 8 minutes to complete this part of the test. Question:
  61. airport terminal, so
  62. Writing Sample 1 – High level sample Student Response There are so many cars parked at the airport terminal. Annotation: This is a high level response. The sentence has no grammatical errors, contains forms of both key words used appropriately, and is consistant with the picture.
  63. Writing Sample 2 – Mid level sample Student Response THIS AIRPORT TERMINAL SO CONJUSTICED THAT SOME CARS CANT PARK. Annotation: This is a mid level response. The sentence contains both key words and is consistent with the picture. However, the sentence contains a grammatical error: the sentence is missing the main verb, “is.”
  64. Questions 6–7: Respond to a written request. Directions: In this part of the test, you will show how well you can write a response to an e-mail. Your response will be scored on • the quality and variety of your sentences, • vocabulary, and • organization. You will have 10 minutes to read and answer each e-mail.
  65. Question Read the e-mail below and write an e-mail that reponds to the information. Respond as if you have recently moved to a new city. In your e- mail to the committee, make at least TWO requests for information. FROM: Dale City Welcome Committee TO: New Dale City Residents SUBJECT: Welcome to your new home! SENT: July 23, 4:32 p.m.
  66. Welcome! We would like to be the first to welcome you to Dale City. We know that there are many things to do when you move, from fi nding your way around town to setting up your utilities. Please contact us if you need any help at all. TO: Dale City Welcome Committee SUBJECT: Re: Welcome to your new home! [Response time: 10 minutes]
  67. Writing Sample 1 – High level sample Student Response Dear Sir or mam, I have just moved here, Dale City. Since I have little knowledge about this city, I may have to ask you for some information. First, I need a house not far from the company I have been assigned to. I am not asking you to fi nd me a place to live in. I need a contact number for a real estate agency which I can trust. With you recommendation to a reliable agency, I can fi nd a place at a reasonable price. Also, I want some information on rental car. I may not use a car that often, but I need one by next week to giva ride to my uncle at the airport. Thank you for your help in advance.
  68. Annotation: This is a high level response. The response completely addresses all the tasks, uses organizational logic and appropriate connecting words, and has an appropriate tone and register. This response does have a few isolated errors in grammar and usage, but the writer’s meaning is clear.
  69. Writing Sample 2 – Low level sample Student Response
  70. Dear Dale City Welcome committee Thank you for your conderning. I’m satisfied in my new home and there are so interesting thing around. Before i cam here i’m warried that how can I live new city. I think, I don’t need to worry about that. Yesterday, I found some great place where cafeteria, laundry room, band, big supermarket just near hear. I can buy goods anytime and have dinner at the great restaurant. All of them are so nice, but I have one concerding. I couldn’t fi nd the cinema. One of my favourit is watch the movie. So, could you give the city map for me? All in all, it’s wonderful place. If I need your help I’ll contact with you. I’m appreciated you.
  71. Annotation: This is a low level response. The errors in grammar and usage in this response obscure the meaning of more than one sentence: “Yesterday I found some great place ”; “Could you give the city map for me?”; “I’m appreciated you. In addition the response omits more than one task that is requested in the prompt. The writer is attempting to make requests for information but neither of the requests is completed successfully and the emphasis is on responding as if you are new in the city rather than the requests for information. In addition, the connections between ideas are obscure and, at times, are missing altogether.
  72. Question 8: Write an opinion essay. Directions: In this part of the test, you will write an essay in response to a question that asks you to state, explain and support your opinion on an issue. Typically, an effective essay will contain a minimum of 300 words. Your response will be scored on • whether your opinion is supported with reasons and/or examples, • grammar, • vocabulary, and • organization. You will have 30 minutes to plan, write and revise your essay.
  73. Question There are many ways to find a job: newspaper advertisements, Internet job search websites and personal recommendations. What do you think is the best way to find a job? Give reasons or examples to support your opinion.
  74. Writing Sample 1 – High level sample Student Response Nowadays, there are many ways to find a job. What is the best way to find it? I think it depends on the kind of work you are looking for. I mean, if you want to become journalist, you want to write articles on a newspaper or magazine, you’ll have more chance to find it on newspapers. If you are a helpdesk, a server administrator or you are looking for a job in information systems, you’ll find it easier on your computer via web sites. You just need to register
  75. you CV on the web and firms will contact you quickly. At last, but not least, I’m convinced in if you’ve personal recommendations for any job, you’ve got more chance than anybody to take it. Today, it’s essential to have personal recommendations because the human resources and the others don’t have enough time to receive lots of candidates, to search the most relevant person who will do the best work.
  76. Annotation: This is a high level response. The response effectively addresses the topic and task, is well organized, and contains a range of sentence structure and usage. Writing Sample 2 – Mid level sample Student Response
  77. I think that Internet job search Web site is the best. Because there are three reasons. First, you can find job anywhere, anytime. For example, you can do it 3:00 a.m. If you try to meet a job advertiser, you might could not do it. Second, there are a lot of informations.so you can find a job that you adopt the best. In the end, you can get much newer informatons about jobs than that from a newspaper advertisements or personal recommendations. So I think that Internet job seach Web sites are the best way to find a job.
  78. Annotation: This is a mid level response. The task is addressed, using somewhat developed exemplifi cation. However, the response demonstrates inconsistent facility in sentence formation and word choice and a limited range of structures.
  79. Writing Sample 3 – Low level sample Student Response I think internet job search web sites many companies want visiting its web site and they receive only internet resume so many emploees find web site sometimes they go to the off-line job festival. I submit my resume many compony. Some compony require visiting submition. This is spending time and money.
  80. Annotation: This is a low level response. The response demonstrates serious disorganization and underdevelopment. There are serious and frequent errors in sentence structure and usage.
  81. Good luck!