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TOEFL EXERCISE 1

1. B. The federal gold depository


2. C. Where the U.S Keeps Its Gold
3. B. Identifying minerals by mean of a scrath test
4. A. The hardness of a mineral can be determined by its ability to make a mark on other
minerals
5. D. Hurricanes in one part of the world
6. B. Stroms of the Northen Atlantic
7. C. The popularity of longfellows poems results from his stress on the values of the
people
8. A. Longfellows Popular Appeal
9. D. The popular appeal of The Courtship of Miles Standish

TOEFL EXERCISE 2

1. B. Contrasting views of conflict are presented


2. D. A description of one of the opposing views of conflict
3. B. A definition
It is clearly defined the meaning of the IQ or Intelligence Quotient
4. C. It follows chronologically from the ideas in the second paragraph
The third paragraph was likely being written with real data of intellectual operation
5. A. The unsual characteristics of the Great Salt Lake are discussed
Because the passage is about the characteristic of the Great Salt Lake such as the
reason why the Great Salt Lake is more salty than the oceans and size of the lake
water.
6. B. The effects of contrasting weather conditions on the size of the lake
The water size of the lake is depends on the weather condition

PASSAGE ONE

1. C. Different calendars have dissmilar bases


This passage is about the differences between Solar Calendar which are based on
solar year and Lunar Calendar which are based on lunar month.
2. B. Two types of calendars are described
The passage is about a description of the solar and lunar calendar in each paragraph.
3. C. Vaccines are derived in different ways
The passage contains mainly description about different kind of vaccine in each
paragraph.
4. B. Three
The second paragraph is about disease causing microorganism type of vaccine, the
third paragraph is about the toxin produced by microorganism type of vaccine, and the
fourth is about harmless living microorganism type of vaccine. So there are 3 types of
vaccine presented on the passage.
5. D. A definition and an example of a hoax
The first paragraph is about the definition of the hoax and the second paragraph is
about the example of the hoax occurred many years ago.
6. A. Various types of hoaxes have been perpetrated
The author main point is about various types of hoaxes has been successfully foisted
in the fields of politics, religion, science, art and literature.
7. A. An illustration to support the ideas in the first paragraph
The second paragraph are mainly about the example of the famous hoax occurred
many years ago so its support the ideas in the first paragraph that mainly about the
description of the hoax.

TOEFL EXERCISE 3

1. C. Ice covers a large portion of the Earths surface


Ice ages, those periods when ice covered extensive areas of the Earth.
2. B. Two
Ice ages can be recognize from rock strata and land formation.
3. D. Substaces from other areas
4. D. Force blood into the arteries
Ventricles are thick walled, received blood from atria and below the atria so the
answer is it push blood into the arteries.
5. A. As the hearts beats
According to the passage the ventricles are pushing blood into the arteries each
contraction of the heart and the contraction is a heart beats.
6. C. The left atrium and ventricle
7. D. Resulted in a decrease in uniformity of track gauge
According to the passage the ventricles are pushing blood into the arteries each
contraction of the heart and the contraction is a heart beats.
8. B. Improved economy in the transportation system
9. D. Before standardized track gauge was established throughout the United States
According to the passage the ventricles are pushing blood into the arteries each
contraction of the heart and the contraction is a heart beats.

TOEFL EXERCISE 4

1. A. It is a deeply coloored liquid


2. D. It is a clear, colorless liquid
3. D. The name Nellie Bly came from a song
4. D. She worked as a doctor in a mental hospital
5. D. Drowned when he was young
6. A. It was used extensively by the Huron

TOEFL EXERCISE 5

1. C. The harvest moon


The first line describes the full moon that occurs nearest the equinox of the sun that
known as harvest moon
2. A. Farmers
It is a bright moon which allows farmers to work late in the night for several nights,
3. A. Marrdi Gras
Line 2 is supports line 1 about Mardi Gras.
4. B. Tourist
5. B. These statistics
According to the previous sentence
6. A. The industrials average

TOEFL EXERCISE (SKILL 3-5)

1. B. Does not exist


According to the first line that mentions the United States does not have a national
university
2. D. He succeeded in establishing a national university
George Washington did not succeeded in establishing a national university
3. B. He was a member of Congress
He is a philanthropist and not a member of congress
4. C. The original idea
5. D. They are located under a swimming pool
6. D. Animals
7. B. They got stuck in the tar
8. C. Early in the twentieth century
Archeologist become aware of the tarpits in 1906, so its early twentieth century
9. D. A snake
10. B. Its cost
11. C. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
He establish Camp David in 1942
12. B. Roosevelt
13. C. He named the presidential retreat Shangri-La
Its Roosevelt who named the presidential retreat Shangri-La
14. C. 1959