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(B) They were a symbol of wealth and wisdom. (C) They could not correct vision accurately. (D) They could be bought only from traveling peddlers. 30. Put the events in the order that they happened. 1. 2. 3. 4. Answer Choices (A) Inexpensive eyeglasses became available. (B) The first eyeglasses were made. (C) The number of people interested in reading increased. (D) The printing press was invented. 31. Listen to Track 6. (A) She is impressed by the solution. (B) The solution she describes is obvious. (C) The solution was not a common practice. (D) The solution was not particularly expensive. LISTENING PRACTICE SET 3
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TOEFL iBT ® Quick Prep This section measures your ability to speak about a variety of topics. Audio portions of the Speaking section are provided wherever 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 each recording only one time. Written transcripts of the audio portions of Speaking Practice Set 2 and Speaking Practice Set 3 are located in Appendix B. If you do not have access to the audio portions, but do have access to people with good English pronunciation, ask them to read the transcripts aloud to you. Listening to the transcripts is better practice than reading them to yourself. If someone reads the transcripts to you, make sure you see the pictures. You may take notes while you listen, and you may use your notes to help you answer the questions. Listen to or read each transcript only one time. For Speaking Practice Set 1, you will speak about a familiar topic. Your response is scored on your ability to speak clearly and coherently about the topic. For Speaking Practice Set 2, you will first read a short text and then listen to or read a transcript of a conversation on the same topic. You will then be asked a question about both. You will need to combine appropriate information from the text and the conversation to provide a complete answer to the question. Your response is scored on your ability to speak clearly and coherently, and on your ability to accurately convey information about the text and the conversation. For Speaking Practice Set 3, you will listen to or read part of a lecture. You will then be asked a question about it. Your response is scored on your ability to speak clearly and coherently and on your ability to accurately convey information from the lecture. You may take notes, and you may use your notes to help you prepare your responses. For each question, you will be given a short time to prepare your response. When the preparation time is up, record yourself answering the question as completely as possible. Now begin the Speaking section. Speaking Section
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TOEFL iBT ® Quick Prep 17 SPEAKING PRACTICE SET 1 Speaking Practice Set 1: Question 32. Directions: You will now be asked to give your opinion about a familiar topic. Give yourself 15 seconds to prepare your response. Then record yourself speaking for 45 seconds.
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