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Listen to a lecture in a biology class

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe coevolution.

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Comprensive TOEFL® Practice Questions

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Total Speaking Practice Questions: 375

  • TOEFL® Speaking 1 Practice Material
    • Title Question
    • Question 1 Talk about an interesting tourist attraction you have been to. Describe it and say why it was interesting.
    • Question 2 School is planning to change the cafeteria’s menu with aims of offering healthier, low-calorie foods. Describe the advantage and disadvantage.
    • Question 3 The school is planning to build a coffee shop in the campus library. Describe the advantages and disadvantages.
    • Question 4 Who would you like to go on a trip abroad with? Describe this person and say why he/she would be a good travel companion for you?
    • Question 5 Which person are you most likely to go to with a personal problem? Describe this person and say, in particular, why you would go to him/her.
    • Question 6 Who is the most intelligent person you know? Describe the person and say why you think he/she is intelligent.
    • Question 7 Describe a person from your country’s history. Why do you think this person was important?
    • Question 8 Name a famous or influential figure that has inspired you. Describe this person and say why he/she has been inspirational to you.
    • Question 9 Who has been your favourite teacher so far in your life? Use reasons and details to support your answer.
    • Question 10 Talk about a teacher who had a positive influence on you. Describe this person and explain why he or she was so influential to you.
    • Question 11 Describe your favourite teacher and explain why he or she inspired you. Include details and examples.
    • Question 12 Whom do you feel close to in your family (or extended family)? Describe this person and say why you feel close to him/her.
    • Question 13 Talk about something you and your family enjoy doing together. Describe it and explain why you all enjoy it.
    • Question 14 What is your happiest childhood memory? Describe it and give reasons to explain why it is your happiest memory.
    • Question 15 Talk about an event from the past that you would like to relive. Describe the original event and say why you would like to relive it.
    • Question 16 When have you been happily surprised by something? Describe the experience and say why the surprise was a happy one for you.
    • Question 17 Talk about a positive experience with learning or using English. Describe the experience and say why it was a positive one.
    • Question 18 Talk about a situation that enabled you to realize you had a certain strength or weakness that you did not know about before and how you dealt with this new finding.
    • Question 19 Talk about an experience in your life that made you feel embarrassed. Describe it and say why it was embarrassing.
    • Question 20 Talk about a difficulty you have overcome in your life. Describe the experience and say why it was difficult to overcome.
    • Question 21 Talk about a time when you experienced success. Describe the experience and say why it was a success for you.
    • Question 22 What was your favourite subject at school? Describe it and explain why this subject was your favourite one.
    • Question 23 Describe a class you have taken in school and explain why the class was important to you. Include details and examples to support your explanation
    • Question 24 What is your most important possession? Describe it and say why it is so important.
    • Question 25 What is your favourite style of clothing? Describe it and explain why it is your favourite.
    • Question 26 Tell me about a time when you used a resource to help you do something better than before. Describe it and explain why it was helpful to you.
    • Question 27 What is your favourite place to visit on weekends? Describe it and explain why it is your favourite place to go.
    • Question 28 Where would you like to go to spend a vacation? Describe this place and say why you would like to go there.
    • Question 29 Which place has fond memories for you? Describe this place and explain why it is memorable to you.
    • Question 30 Think of a place that makes you feel relaxed and peaceful. Describe it and explain why it is relaxing and peaceful for you.
    • Question 31 Where is a good place to have fun in your city or town? Describe this place and explain why it is fun.
    • Question 32 Where would you most like to live? Describe this place and explain why you would like to live there.
    • Question 33 Name a place in your country you would recommend others to visit. Describe this place and explain why you would recommend it.
    • Question 34 What is your favourite free time activity? Use reasons and details to support your answer.
    • Question 35 What is your favourite recreational activity? Describe it and say why you enjoy doing it.
    • Question 36 What is your favourite movie or movie genre? Use reasons and details to support your answer.
    • Question 37 Describe a particular TV show that you think is excellent. Include specific details and examples in your answer.
    • Question 38 What is your favourite style of music? Use reasons and details to support your answer.
    • Question 39 What is your favourite book? Use reasons and details to support your answer.
    • Question 40 What is your most useful study aid? Describe it and explain why it is useful in helping you to study.
    • Question 41 Where is your favourite place to study? Describe this place and say why it is a good place for you to study.
    • Question 42 If you could visit any place in the world for just 24 hours, where would you choose to go? Use reasons and details to support your answer.
    • Question 43 What is your favourite form of transportation for getting around? Describe it and explain why it is your favourite means of transportation.
    • Question 44 Where do you most like to go eat out? Describe this place and say why you like it most.
    • Question 45 What is your favourite kind of food? Describe it and explain why it is your favourite.
    • Question 46 What is your favourite season of the year? Describe the season and explain why you like it so much.
    • Question 47 Talk about an important national holiday in your home country. Describe it and explain why it is important.
    • Question 48 Talk about your country’s national anthem or flag. Describe it, then say, where it is used and where it can be found today? Include details and examples to support your response.
    • Question 49 Name a person whom you truly admire. Describe the person and say why you admire him/her.
    • Question 50 What do you think your life will look like after retirement? Use reasons and details to support your response
    • Question 51 Do you think that people will read fewer books in the future than today? Give details and examples to support your response.
    • Question 52 What would you suggest to somebody if he was planning to come to your country to study abroad? Give details and examples to support your response.
    • Question 53 Is it important to interact with other people in a good manner? Give details and explanations to support your response.
    • Question 54 List one recommendation for the school you have recently attended.
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 55 Your friend doesn’t have enough money to pay for a new computer and all his textbooks at the same time. What would you suggest?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 56 Your friend wants to switch careers but doesn’t know what new career to choose. What advice would you give her and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 57 Your friend is working at a job that pays well but that she doesn’t like. She has just been offered a promotion that would mean more pay but longer hours. What advice would you give her and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 58 Your friend wants a suggestion for an interesting film to watch. What film would you recommend and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 59 Your friend’s brother has begun spending time with a group of people that your friend thinks may not be very good people. He wants to talk with his brother but does not know what to say. What advice would you give him?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 60 Your friend wants a suggestion for an interesting book to read. What book would you recommend and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 61 Your friend has just begun looking at educational programs and is having a hard time narrowing down her choices. What advice would you give?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 62 Your friend is buying a new car for the first time. What advice would you give?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 63 Your friend’s brother has begun spending time with a group of people that your friend thinks may not be very good people. He wants to talk with his brother but does not know what to say. What advice would you give him?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 64 Your friend has an opportunity to work at a job that pays well and could advance his career, but it is in a country that has had some political and civil unrest recently. What advice would you give?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 65 Your friend’s young sister has asked for music lessons, but your friend doesn’t know what instrument she should study. What advice would you give?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 66 Your friend is struggling in a math course, and he does not understand the work any better after his meetings with the professor. What advice would you give him?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 67 Your friend is studying engineering and has room for one extra course in her schedule. What sort of course would you recommend she take and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 68 A friend is going to an international cultural celebration and wants to bring a food dish that represents your country and city. What food would you recommend he make and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 69 Your friend wants a pet but has never owned one before and doesn’t know what to choose. What advice would you give and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 70 Your friend is interested in developing a new hobby or pastime but does not have much money. What would you recommend and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 71 Your friend is trying to decide whether to attend a college program in her hometown or one several hours away in a new city. What advice would you give her and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 72 Your friend approaches you with a concern about another friend of his who seems to be drinking too much alcohol lately. What advice would you give him and why?
    • TOEFL Speaking 1 Question 73 Your friend is trying to choose a school for her child. What advice would you give her and why?
  • TOEFL® Speaking 2 Practice Material +
    • Title Question
    • Question 1 Do you prefer long-term trips or short-term trips? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 2 Do you prefer indoor activities or outdoor activities? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 3 Do you prefer finding information by reading books or searching the internet? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 4 Does technology make our lives simpler or more complex? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 5 Do you agree or disagree that students should bring a cellphone to school? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 6 Do you prefer to work in the office or work at home? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 7 Do you prefer to go someplace you have never been before or someplace you have been before? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 8 If you had a small amount of money, would you spend it right away or save it? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 9 Do you agree or disagree that life is about relaxing instead of hurrying? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 10 Do you agree or disagree that people should always tell the truth? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 11 Do you agree or disagree that a celebrity should set a good example for young people? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 12 Do you agree or disagree that a childhood is the best time of a person’s life? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 13 When communicating with your friends and families, you can use different methods: letters, e-mails, and/or telephone calls. Which method do you think is better and why? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 14 Do you agree or disagree that a higher education means a better career? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 15 Would you prefer to take a part-time course or have a part-time job during your summer vacation? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 16 When going to a restaurant, do you prefer to meet your friends at home or at the restaurant? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 17 Do you prefer to learn about the news in a newspaper or on television? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 18 Do you agree that television has destroyed communication among friends and family? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 19 Do you agree or disagree that luck has nothing to do with success? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 20 Do you prefer to eat at food stands or restaurants? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 21 Some people believe that attending class in university should be required, while others believe that it should be optional. Which point of view do you agree with? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 22 Do you prefer to learn on your own or learn with a teacher? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 23 Do you agree or disagree that students should have a job while they are studying in school? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 24 Do you agree or disagree that businesses should hire employees for their entire life? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 25 Do you prefer going to a live performance or watching it on TV? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 26 Do you agree or disagree that students learn better with the help of technology? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 27 Do you prefer traveling alone or traveling with a companion? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 28 Which type of movie do you prefer watching, a serious movie or a comedy movie? Which do you prefer? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 29 Would you rather be self-employed or working for someone else? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 30 Do you agree or disagree that daily homework is necessary for students? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 31 Would you prefer to have a higher-paying job with longer hours or lower-paying job with shorter hours? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 32 Do you agree or disagree that grades encourage students to learn? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 33 Do you prefer to work in a team or work alone? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 34 Some people think the internet provides people with a lot of information, while others think access to so much information creates problems. Which view do you agree with? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 35 Do you prefer to live in places that have the same weather or live in areas where the weather changes several times a year? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 36 Would you rather have the university assign a student to their room or would you rather choose your own roommate?
    • Question 37 When people move to another country, some prefer to follow the customs of their new country, while others prefer to keep their own customs. Which one do you prefer? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 38 Do you like to spend time alone or spend time with your friends? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 39 When going on a trip, do you prefer to drive or take a train? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 40 Do you agree or disagree that young people have nothing to teach older people? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 41 Do you prefer to watch a movie or read a book? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 42 Do you prefer to be a team leader or a team member? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 43 Do you prefer to eat at home or eat at a restaurant? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 44 Do you prefer to have a long vacation each year or have several short vacations throughout the year? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 45 Do you prefer to live in a traditional house or in a more modern apartment? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 46 Do you agree smoking should be prohibited in public places? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 47 If you have money, would you prefer to buy a house or a business? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 48 Do you agree or disagree. Watching sports programs on television is a waste of time.
    • Question 49 Do you agree that cars should be allowed to enter into the campus?
    • Question 50 Do you agree or disagree that universities should give the same amount of money to their students' sports activities as they give to their university libraries? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • Question 51 Your university is planning to allow students to watch TV in their dormitories. What is your opinion and why? What are the advantages and disadvantages of watching TV in dormitories? Include reasons and examples to support your response.
    • Question 52 If you were given an empty piece of land, would you rather use it to build a garden or a playground for children?
    • Question 53 Which of the following do you think is the best way to get to know a new school, joining a one-day campus tour, spending a weekend on the campus play field or auditing lectures?
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 54 Do you think bicycles will still be widely used in the future or replaced by other means of transportation?
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 55 Do you think junk food should be banned in schools? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 56 Should using cell phones be permitted while driving? Use details and examples to support your explanation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 57 Should schools have teams for sports that might carry a risk of serious physical injury? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 58 Should a country that has enough food for all of its residents allow recreational hunting? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 59 Should communities create incentives to encourage people raised there to continue living there as adults? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 60 If the police stop a driver who is driving drunk (after drinking alcohol), do you think that the person’s driver’s license should be taken away? Support your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 61 Do you think that parents should be allowed to educate their children at home, or should they be required to send children to school outside the home? Support your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 62 Do you agree or disagree with this statement: Teachers should be evaluated by their students.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 63 Should cities adopt laws that prohibit certain breeds of dogs because they are more frequently involved in attacks than other dogs? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 64 Should countries ban the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food production? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 65 Should college students be required to take at least one class in philosophy? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 66 Should countries with teacher shortages develop programs that recruit people from industries such as business, law and technology and retrain them as schoolteachers? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 67 Should countries intervene in a civil war in another country where a lot of civilians might be killed? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 68 Should schoolchildren be required to study a musical instrument for at least a year? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 69 Should countries give financial incentives to car companies that make vehicles that use alternative fuels (other than oil and gas)? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 70 What should universities do to ensure that their professors are not only experts in their fields, but good at teaching students as well?
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 71 Should schools engage in character education to instill morals and values in children? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 72 Should new university students all be required to read the same book in the summer before they start their first course of study? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 73 Should new university students be required to watch and discuss the same movie at the beginning of their first term of study? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 74 In general, should cities devote more resources to attracting more industries or to protecting the environment? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 75 What is an important benefit that an employer can offer to make sure employees are happy and healthy? Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 76 Should countries offer money to stay-at-home mothers to support them as they raise their children?Explain your answer.
    • TOEFL Speaking 2 Question 77 Should cities and states ban certain sorts of fats used for cooking in restaurants in an effort to improve people’s health? Explain your answer.
  • TOEFL® Speaking 3 Practice Material +
    • Title Question
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 1 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 2 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 3 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 4 The man expresses his opinion about the anouncement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 5 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 6 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 7 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 8 The woman expresses her opinion about the proposal in the student’s letter. State her opinion and explain the reasons she gives for that opinion. You have 60 seconds.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 9 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 10 The man and woman express their opinion about the announcement. State both their opinions and explain the reasons that they give for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 11 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. state her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 12 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 13 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 14 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 15 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 16 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 17 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 18 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 19 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 20 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 21 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 22 The students expresses their opinions about the announcement. State their opinion and explain the reasons that they give for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 23 The man expresses his opinions about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 24 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 25 The woman expresses her opinion about the announcement. State her opinion and explain the reasons that she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 26 The man expresses his opinion about the announcement. State his opinion and explain the reasons that he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 27 The students expresses their opinions about the announcement. State their opinion and explain the reasons that they give for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 28 The man expresses his opinion about the radio station’s plans for expansion. State his opinion and explain the reasons he gives for that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 29 Explain how the man feels about the university’s plan to do away with the free shuttle service. State his opinion and explain the reasons he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 30 Explain why the male student disagrees with the arguments expressed in the letter.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 31 The man expresses his opinion about the change in breakfast menus that the university has announced. State his opinion and state his reasons for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 32 The man describes his opinion about the change described in the article. Briefly summarise the change. Then state his opinion about the change and state his reasons for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 33 The woman expresses her opinion about the plan described in the reading. State her opinion and explain the reasons she gives for holding these opinions.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 34 The woman expresses her opinion about the proposal in the student’s letter. State her opinion and explain the reasons she gives for that opinion. You have 60 seconds.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 35 The man expresses his opinion about the radio station’s plans for expansion. State his opinion and explain the reasons he gives for that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 36 The woman expresses her opinion about the student’s suggestion in the letter to the newspaper. State the her opinion and give the reasons she expresses for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 37 The man expresses his opinion about the proposal in the letter. Briefly summarize the proposal. Then state the man’s opinion about the proposal and give the reasons he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 38 The woman expresses her opinion about the proposal in the newspaper. Briefly summarize the proposal. Then state the woman’s opinion and explain the reasons she gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 39 The man expresses his opinion about the university’s plan to renovate the dormitories on campus for the next two years. State his opinion and explain the reasons he gives for holding that opinion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 3 Question 40 Briefly summarize the proposal in the client’s letter. Then state the woman’s opinion about the proposal and explain the reasons she gives for holding that opinion.
  • TOEFL® Speaking 4 Practice Material +
    • Title Question
    • Question 1 Using the main points and examples describe paradox of choice.
    • Question 2 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the illusion of transparency
    • Question 3 Use the main points and examples from the lecture to describe two types of influences majority and minority.
    • Question 4 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe self-fufilling prophecy
    • Question 5 The professor used two examples to illustrate the importance of emotional development in children. Explain how the two examples are related to the lecture topic.
    • Question 6 The professor takes two examples to illustrate "word framing". Explain how the examples are related to the reading passage.
    • Question 7 The professor takes two examples to illustrate "altruism". Explain how the examples are related to the reading passage.
    • Question 8 Using the main points and examples describe sunk costs.
    • Question 9 Using the main points and examples describe behaviour chaining.
    • Question 10 Using the main points and examples describe strategic alliance.
    • Question 11 Using the main points and examples describe social interaction.
    • Question 12 Using the main points and examples describe Vertical migration.
    • Question 13 Using the main points and examples describe Exposure therapy.
    • Question 14 Using the main points and examples describe the Halo Effect.
    • Question 15 Using the main points and examples describe Familiarity principle.
    • Question 43 Using the main points and examples describe internal attribution
    • Question 44 Using the main points and examples describe founder effect
    • Question 45 Using the main points and examples describe opportunity cost.
    • Question 46 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Reward theory of attraction.
    • Question 47 Using the main points and examples describe customer lock-in .
    • Question 48 Using the main points and examples describe the Audience effect.
    • Question 49 Using the main points and examples describe information cascade.
    • Question 50 Using the main points and examples describe impact bias.
    • Question 51 Using the main points and examples describe Egocentrism.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 16 Explain Display rules and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 17 Explain sweeping generalization and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 18 Explain Impact bias and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 19 Explain Diminishing returns and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 20 Explain Negativity bias and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 21 Explain Source amnesia and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 22 Explain Behavior contract and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 23 Explain Peak-End rule and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 24 Explain Insight learning and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 25 Explain Entertainment merchandising and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 26 Using the main points and examples describe the cause of soil depletion
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 27 Explain Drive reduction theory and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 28 Explain Mental set and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 29 Using the main points and examples to describe why deciduous plants shed their leaves.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 30 Explain Clinal variation and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 31 Explain Halo error and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 32 Explain Inequity aversion and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 33 Using the main points and examples describe Ergonomic design.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 34 Explain Groupthink and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 35 Explain Cognitive Dissonance and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 36 Explain Nonverbal Languages and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 37 Explain Target marketing and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 38 Explain Implicit memory and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 39 Explain Behavior Modification and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 40 Explain Revealing coloration and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 41 Explain Establishing shots and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.
    • TOEFL Speaking 4 Question 42 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the causes of seasons
  • TOEFL® Speaking 5 Practice Material +
    • Title Question
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 1 The two people talk about the woman's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 2 The two people talk about the woman's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 3 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 4 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 5 The two people talk about the woman's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 6 The two people talk about the woman's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 7 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 8 The two people talk about the woman's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 9 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 10 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 11 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 12 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 13 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 14 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 15 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 16 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 17 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 18 The two people talk about the man's problem. Describe the problem and state which of the two solutions you prefer and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 19 The speaker discusses two possible solutions to the woman’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem and then state which solution you recommend and explain why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 20 The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the woman’s problem. Describe the problem and the two solutions. Then, explain what you think the woman should do and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 21 The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the woman’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem and then state which of the solutions you recommend and explain why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 22 The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the man’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem and then state which solution you recommend and explain why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 23 Briefly summarize the women’s problem and then state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 24 The professor proposes two solutions to the problem that the woman describes. Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which solution you recommend and why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 25 The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the woman’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem, then state which solution you recommend and explain why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 26 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 27 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 28 Briefly summarize the woman’s problem and then state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 29 The students discussed Frank’s problem and two possible solutions. Briefly summarize the problem and then state which of the two solutions you prefer and explain why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 30 The speakers discussed two possible solutions to the woman’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem and then state which of the solutions you recommend. Explain your reasons why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 31 The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the man’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem and then state which solution you recommend, giving reasons as to why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 32 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing, then state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 33 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 34 The students discuss two possible solutions to the man’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which of the two solutions you prefer and explain why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 35 The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the man’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem and then state which solution you recommend. Explain your reasons why.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 36 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you would recommend and explain your reasoning.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 37 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you would recommend and explain your reasoning.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 38 Briefly summarize the woman’s problem, and then state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 39 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you recommend and explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 40 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 41 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 42 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you would recommend and explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 43 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which of the two solutions from the conversation you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 44 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which solution you recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 45 Briefly summarize the problem the professors are discussing. Then, state which of the two solutions mentioned in the conversation you recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 46 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which of the two solutions you recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 47 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which of the two solutions from the conversation you recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 5 Question 48 Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then, state which of the two solutions you recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.
  • TOEFL® Speaking 6 Practice Material +
    • Title Question
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 1 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe coevolution.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 2 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe how Alpine adpat to survive harsh conditions.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 3 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Ritualization.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 4 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Parasitism.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 5 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Camouflage.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 6 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Biological clock .
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 7 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe ecological succession.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 8 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Procedural memory and declarative memory.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 9 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe role distancing.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 10 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the benefits of planned forest fires.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 11 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the relatioship between biodiversity and ecosystem restoration.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 12 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe how fungi benefit trees.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 13 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe slump and creep.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 14 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Geothermal energy.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 15 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the two ways of discovering an invention.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 16 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe three different types of cultural diffusion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 17 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe solifluction.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 18 Using the main point describe franchising. In addition, explain the two advantages from the lecture and mention one store that franchises.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 19 Use the notes and examples from the lecture to describe how a wildfire can benefit the forest's wildlife.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 20 Using the examples from the lecture, descreibe how a frog can survive in the desert.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 21 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between queen ants and social ants.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 22 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between slab avalanches and sluff avalanches .
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 23 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe two types of canyons.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 24 Using the main point and at least two examples from the lecture, describe two types of co-adaptation.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 25 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the reasons why deciduous plants lose their leaves.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 26 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between crescentic and parabolic dunes
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 27 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe how the invention of photography had impacted on the development of painting
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 28 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Ozone Layer's two major negative impacts on earth
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 29 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two types of slump.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 30 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Oil Shale Environment Effects.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 31 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe law of demand and law of supply.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 32 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe how did scientists prove that the geomagnetic poles exist
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 33 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe environmental benefits of wetlands
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 34 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe memory gap.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 35 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two primary reasons why animals moult.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 36 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe animal congregations
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 37 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two purposes of venom.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 38 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two primary reasons why railroads contributed to the rapidly growing economy in America in 17th century
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 39 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe camel adaptations.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 40 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe negative impacts of logos.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 41 Using the main points and examples, describe disadvantages to franchising.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 42 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe advantages to franchising
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 43 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe birds' two physiological features that help them migrate to different places.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 44 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two benefits that worms provide to soil
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 45 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two purposes of insects making sounds.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 46 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe two types of adaptations that trees have that allow them to survive in the environment..
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 47 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe two practices that humans can do to help prevent erosion.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 48 Using the main point of the lecture and examples from the lecture, compare and contrast two carbon capture techniques.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 49 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe two adaptations that the Arctic butterfly has developed for cold climates.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 50 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the two types of bird nests the professor explains that are not the typical bird nest that most people imagine.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 51 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, explain two examples of how animals’ soft-shelled eggs stay moist.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 52 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe host-parasite coevolution and cite two defense mechanisms of the passion-flower vine to avoid the Heliconius butterfly.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 53 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, what are two special mechanisms that animals and plants in Africa develop to adapt to the country’s dry climate?
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 54 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, explain two sources of barriers to market entry.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 55 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, explain the two benefits of domesticating animals.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 56 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe why job enrichment a better way to motivate employees than job enlargement.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 57 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, explain the significance of shoaling and schooling.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 58 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, explain several different theories of the Megatherium’s diet.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 59 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, what does the professor identify as the two changes that led to the growth of newspaper in the 19th and 20th centuries?
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 60 Using the main point and examples from the lecture, discuss the two risks of price discounting.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 61 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Protozoans
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 62 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the characteristics of romanticism
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 63 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Feminist Movement In Art.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 64 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Surrealism.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 65 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the history of Renaissance in Venice.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 66 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the history of Performance Art.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 67 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the history of The Lowbrow Movement.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 68 Using the main points and examples describe magnetism.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 69 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Maya civilization.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 70 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the civilization of the first human inhabitants of Meso-America
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 71 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the civilization of Native Peoples of California
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 72 Using the main points and examples, describe lunar eclipses and solar eclipses
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 73 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Estuarine Crocodile
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 74 Using the main points and examples, describe Fertility.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 75 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe three types of Oil shale.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 76 Using the main points and examples, describe Fossilization and different types of fossils.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 77 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the civilization of the people of Native Americans in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic regions.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 78 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the cause of flood and its impact on earth/
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 79 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the history of the America revolution
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 80 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe colonial homes in America in 18th century.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 81 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the history of the Thirteen Colonies
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 82 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the history of leading to the establishment of colony of Louisiana
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 83 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the colonization of the Spanish in North America
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 84 Using the main points and examples, describe how vaccination the use of social media for small business.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 85 Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Tectonic Plates.
    • TOEFL Speaking 6 Question 86 Using the main points and examples, describe meteorites.