Listen to track 7 state whether you agree or disagree

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Listen to Track 7. State whether you agree or disagree with the following statement. Then explain your reasons, using specific details in your explanation. Learning through online courses is more effective than learning in the traditional classroom setting. PREPARATION TIME: 15 seconds RESPONSE TIME: 45 seconds
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TOEFL iBT ® Quick Prep 18 SPEAKING PRACTICE SET 2 Speaking Practice Set 2: Passage, Conversation, and Question Directions: You will now read a short passage and listen to a talk on the same topic. You will then be asked a question about them. After you hear the question, give yourself 30 seconds to prepare your response. Then record yourself speaking for 60 seconds. Listen to Track 8. READING TIME: 50 seconds MUSIC COMING TO CAFETERIAS Mary Dixon, Director of the Student Life Committee, announced yesterday that beginning next semester, university cafeterias will broadcast classical music during mealtimes. “Music will foster a more relaxed atmosphere,” said Dixon. “Students’ lives are hectic, and mealtimes provide important opportunities to take a break and catch up with friends before moving on to the next class or assignment.” Added Dixon, “We’re also hoping that, if we provide the music, students will unplug their personal music devices—their Walkmans and MP3 players or whatever—and will spend more time talking to each other. When students have their headphones on, they’re not connecting with each other.” Listen to Track 9. 33. The man expresses his opinion of the university’s plan. State his opinion and explain the reasons he gives for holding that opinion. PREPARATION TIME: 30 seconds RESPONSE TIME: 60 seconds
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TOEFL iBT ® Quick Prep 19 SPEAKING PRACTICE SET 3 Speaking Practice Set 3: Lecture and Question Directions: You will now listen to part of a lecture. You will then be asked a question about it. After you hear the question, give yourself 20 seconds to prepare your response. Then record yourself speaking for 60 seconds. Listen to Track 10. 34. Using points and examples from the lecture, explain the two major factors of product quality and how their role in consumer decision making has changed. PREPARATION TIME: 20 seconds RESPONSE TIME: 60 seconds
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TOEFL iBT ® Quick Prep This section measures your ability to use writing to communicate in an academic environment. The audio portion of the Writing section is provided where you see the headphones icon: These audio files are available: in the PDF version of Quick Prep Volume 3 (click the headphones icon) on the Quick Prep Web site at . Listen to the recording only one time. A written transcript of the audio portion is located in Appendix B. If you do not have access to the audio portion, but do have access to a person with good English pronunciation, ask the person to read the transcript aloud to you. Listening to the transcript is better practice than reading it to yourself. If someone reads the transcript to you, make sure you see the picture. You may take notes while you listen, and you may use your notes to help you
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