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Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 3

Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 3
Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 3
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Pada kumpulan soal ini akan dibagi menjadi 5 (lima) bagian, yaitu :
  1. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 1
  2. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 2
  3. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 3
  4. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 4
  5. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Talks TOEIC Test Part 5

Pada setiap bagian kumpulan soal tersebut akan ada 28-33 soal beserta jawaban.

Pada tes TOEIC yang sesungguhnya, anda akan mendengarkan satu orang berbicara untuk membacakan sebuah pengumuman, iklan, iklan radio, rekaman telpon dll, sedangkan pertanyaan dan jawaban sudah tersedia di lembar soal. 

Berikut ini adalah beberapa kumpulan soal dan jawaban yang ada pada salah satu bagian dari Listening Comprehension Pada tes TOEIC yaitu tes Comprehension part 3 yang terdiri dari soal no 66-95.

Questions 66 through 68 refer to the following introduction.
I’m very happy to introduce our guest on this evening’s radio program, Mr. Mark Peterson. Mr. Peterson’s beautiful nature photographs have appeared in several major travel magazines, and a book of his photography, Wild Life, was published last year. His work, which has received numerous awards, is all the more remarkable since he is completely selftrained, with no formal education in his field. Mr. Peterson will talk with us tonight about his recent travels in Asia. During the second half of the show, we’ll invite listeners to call in with their questions for our guest. We’ll begin our conversation with Mr. Peterson right after this news report. Stay tuned.
Who is Mr. Peterson?
(A) A nature photographer
(B) A radio announcer
(C) A magazine editor
(D) A travel agent
What will Mr. Peterson talk about?
(A) His education
(B) His awards
(C) His book
(D) His trip
What will happen in the second half of the show?
(A) A new guest will speak.
(B) There will be a news report.
(C) The conversation will begin.
(D) Mr. Peterson will answer questions.

Questions 69 through 71 refer to the following talk.
As a busy office worker, you may think that you don’t have time for regular exercise. Well, think again. Exercise simply means moving your body, and it’s easy to do. First, for energy, start the day with a healthy breakfast of fruit and unsweetened cereal. Avoid heavy foods, such as meat and pastries. Then walk, don’t ride. If you live close enough to your office, walk there instead of driving or taking the bus. If you must drive, park some distance from your office and walk the rest of the way. At your building, don’t take the elevator. Use the stairs instead. The more you move, the better you’ll feel. And you might lose some weight, too.
What is this talk about?
(A) Nutrition
(B) Exercise
(C) Office work
(D) Weight loss
According to the speaker, what should you eat for breakfast?
(A) Sweets
(B) Fruit
(C) Meat
(D) Pastries
What does the speaker advise?
(A) Avoid the elevator
(B) Eat lunch in the park
(C) Move slowly
(D) Take the bus

Questions 72 through 74 refer to the following news report.
Good evening, and welcome to the six o’clock news. A three-vehicle collision during this mornings rush hour resulted in the closure of several downtown streets. A car traveling east on Main Street at approximately eight a.m. collided with a car traveling south on Oak Street. A pickup truck was also involved. The exact cause of the crash is still unknown. Firefighters rushed to the scene, and the drivers were taken to Memorial Hospital. An emergency room doctor who was interviewed by our reporter said that there were no serious injuries and all three drivers have been released from the hospital. Despite the street closure, there were no major disruptions to traffic, and streets were reopened by ten o’clock.
What event is this report about?
(A) A fire
(B) A traffic jam
(C) A car accident
(D) A hospital closure
What time did it happen?
(A) 3:00
(B) 6:00
(C) 8:00
(D) 10:00
Who talked with a reporter?
(A) A doctor
(B) A firefighter
(C) A truck driver
(D) A police officer

Questions 75 through 77 refer to the following announcement.
May I have your attention, please? Work crews are still clearing the tracks of snow and ice left by last night’s snowstorm. Due to this situation, the eight-thirty train to Seattle will be delayed. We regret the inconvenience. However, our top priority is the safety of our passengers and crew, and the train will not travel until the tracks are one hundred percent safe. At this time, we are unable to give an exact time for the train’s departure, but we hope that it will be before noon. In the meantime, please enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the station cafe. Just show your ticket and you will receive a complete meal service at no cost to you.
What has caused the train delay?
(A) Rain
(B) Snow
(C) Repairs
(D) An accident
When will the train leave?
(A) 8:30
(B) 9:00
(C) Around noon
(D) It is uncertain.
What are passengers asked to do?
(A) Buy tickets
(B) Have breakfast
(C) Pay for their meal
(D) Speak with the crew

Questions 78 through 80 refer to the following instructions.
Welcome to the automated checkout system. We make purchasing easy. Please insert your credit card in the slot. Thank you. Now place your first purchase on the counter. When you hear the beep, place your second purchase on the counter. Continue with all your purchases. After your last purchase, please press the star key, then sign your name for credit card validation. If you have a parking ticket, insert it in the slot for validation. If you need assistance, activate the red call light at the end of the counter and an associate will be right with you.
Where would you hear these instructions?
(A) In a store
(B) In a hotel
(C) In a bank
(D) In a garage
What should the customer do first?
(A) Show a ticket
(B) Sign something
(C) Set a purchase on the counter
(D) Put a credit card in the machine
How can the customer ask for help?
(A) Use the star key
(B) Insert a card
(C) Press the beeper
(D) Turn on a light

Questions 81 through 83 refer to the following advertisement.
Have you been looking for an affordable way to stock your office supply closet with quality products? Then don't miss this unique opportunity. You've always relied on Office Supplies Incorporated to provide you with the best products at the best prices. Now we are announcing our biggest sale of the year with fantastic savings on all items big and small, from pens to photocopy machines. Our doors open at eight a.m . tomorrow, and everything in the entire store will be reduced by 50 percent for three big days, Thursday through Saturday. Sale ends Saturday at six P.M., so hurry on down. Don't miss out on this great chance to save, save, save!
What is being sold?
(A) Office space.
(B) Office supplies.
(C) Down pillows.
(D) Sailboats.
How long does this sale last?
(A) One day.
(B) Three days.
(C) One week.
(D) Eight days.
When does the sale end?
(A) Thursday.
(B) Friday.
(C) Saturday.
(D) Sunday.

Questions 84 through 86 refer to the following weather report.
Good morning and welcome to another cold, gray day. That's right, folks, it looks like yesterday's weather will be with us again today. We'll have more freezing rain all day with a chance of snow later on this evening. This dreary weather will likely be with us for a few more days, though the weekend forecast is looking up. The low-pressure system should be moving out of our area by late Friday. Then we can expect sunny skies all weekend with a high temperature of around 11 degrees Celsius. So don't despair. Better weather is just around the corner. Tune in again at noon for an updated report on today's weather.
What was the weather yesterday?
(A) Rainy.
(B) Foggy.
(C) Sunny.
(D) Clear.
When might it snow?
(A) This evening.
(B) Tomorrow morning.
(C) Tomorrow evening.
(D) This weekend.
What will the weekend temperature be?
(A) Below freezing.
(B) Right around freezing.
(C) Around 7 degrees.
(D) About 11 degrees.

Questions 87 through 89 refer to the following News Item.
This urgent item just in. The electricity company warns citizens living in the tri-state region that due to unusually high temperatures, the demand for electricity may exceed the supply. Air conditioners and fans are in constant use during this hot summer weather, putting an enormous strain on electricity supply. This increase in demand for electricity may result in power failures in scattered areas throughout the region. In order to help avoid blackouts, citizens are asked to keep their air conditioners set at temperatures no lower than 80 degrees Fahrenheit and to run them only intermittently during the hottest part of the day. In addition, any nonessential use of electrical appliances should be avoided during the middle of the day. If a power failure occurring in your neighborhood should cause a potentially life-threatening emergency, call the electricity company's emergency hotline at 555-9745. Emergency workers are standing by in your area ready to respond where needed.
What kind of news item is this?
(A) An analysis.
(B) A review.
(C) A correction.
(D) A warning.
When might this announcement be heard?
(A) Spring.
(B) Summer.
(C) Fall.
(D) Winter.
89.  What causes power failure?
(A) Excessive use.
(B) Lack of demand.
(C) Increased supply.
(D) Poor quality fans.

Questions 90 through 92 refer to the following recorded announcement.
Thank you for calling Jet Stream Airlines. Please excuse this short delay. Due to our special low bargain fares, all our agents are busy assisting other callers. All calls will be answered in turn. Please stay on the line, and an airline representative will be with you shortly. Here's a tip for busy travelers. When planning your trip, don't forget to allow plenty of time to arrive at the airport. Improved airport security means longer lines when passing through security control. Domestic travelers should plan to arrive two hours before their scheduled departure time, while international travelers should arrive three hours ahead of time.
Who is probably listening to this announcement?
(A) Ticket agents.
(B) Telephone line technicians.
(C) Airline representatives.
(D) Potential travelers.
Why is there a delay?
(A) All the agents are busy.
(B) All flights are late.
(C) The fares are going up.
(D) Representatives are on strike.
When should travelers to other countries get to the airport?
(A) Two hours before their flight leaves.
(B) Three hours before their flight leaves.
(C) Four hours before their flight leaves.
(D) Five hours before their flight leaves.

Questions 93 through 95 refer to the following recorded announcement.
Good afternoon. I want to welcome you all to our management improvement luncheon. We have a delicious meal to look forward to. The catering staff here at the club always makes our noon events special. We also have a fantastic speaker with us today. Mr. Andrew Margalis worked as a management trainer for twenty years before he retired. He has given seminars all over the country and in several places abroad. Now he works only in his garden, but I am pleased that he has honored us by agreeing to be here today. He will share his experiences as a manager and lead us through some exercises designed to help us evaluate our effectiveness with our staff. And now, without further ado, I give you Andrew Margalis.
What kind of people are attending the seminar?
(A) Teachers.
(B) Managers.
(C) Waiters.
(D) Gardeners.
94. Which of the following describes Mr. Margalis?
(A) Inexperienced.
(B) Retired.
(C) Speechless.
(D) Young.
95. Where is the announcement being heard?
(A) In a garden.
(B) In a private office.
(C) In a dining hall.
(D) On a train.

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Written by: Janji Mustawa
Sanabila, Updated at: 2/07/2017