TOEFL Speaking Questions

The TOEFL section is split into 4 sections. You start with independent questions, asking about yourself, before moving onto 3 integrated questions. Take a look here to practise your TOEFL Speaking.

TOEFL Speaking

The TOEFL speaking section takes 17 minutes to complete and contains 4 sections. It is done on a computer. Your answers are recorded and sent to ETS for marking.

The TOEFL speaking tests contain academic situations set both inside and outside the classroom.

Every time you take the test it will be different so take it again and again and see if you can improve.

 

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TOEFL Speaking

The TOEFL speaking exam is made up of 4 sections. This practise test will go through a random question for each section for you to test yourself on a different range of TOEFL Speaking Questions. The exam is timed, and you are given time to read the directions for each question. Good Luck!

Is there any invention that has changed your life most recently? Explain your response with details and examples.

Directions: You will now read a short passage and then listen to a conversation on the same topic. You will then be asked a question about the passages. After you hear the question, you will have 30 seconds to prepare your response and 60 seconds to speak. Read a student letter in the university newspaper. You will have 45 seconds to read the letter. You may begin reading now.

University Bus Service Discontinued

We regret to inform you that the university will no longer be able to offer complementary transportation by bus between various stops on campus and in the city at large. Instead, all students will now be given a fifty-dollar pass for public transportation. It will be renewable each semester. This pass can be used on all public subways and buses. While the university regrets this inconvenience, it is hoped that students will take the opportunity to immerse themselves more closely in the local community.

The female student expresses her opinion about why she disagrees with the university’s new policy. State her opinion and explain the reasons she gives for holding that opinion.

You will now read a short passage and then listen to a lecture on the same topic. You will then be asked a question about the passages. After you hear the question, you will have 30 seconds to prepare your response and 60 seconds to speak. Now read a passage from a business textbook. You have 45 seconds to read the passage below. You may begin reading now.

 

Scarcity Marketing

One of the principal aims of marketing is to figure out what drives consumers to buy products. Some people buy items because everyone else has one. Others buy goods that are rare and they want to be one of the few people to own it. The latter is an example of scarcity marketing. For nearly a century, advertisers have been aware of the positive effect that scarcity marketing has on sales. For example, expressions like, “one of a kind,” or “only a few left in stock,” attracts and encourages consumers to purchase larger quantities at higher prices.

 

Explain how the example from the lecture illustrates the concept of scarcity marketing.

Directions: You will now listen to part of a lecture. You will then be asked a question about it. After you hear the question, you will have 20 seconds to prepare your response and 60 seconds to speak.

What can we learn about identifying the age of icebergs from the professor's discussion?

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