We’re back with another TOEFL iTP Listening, and today is the first day that we’ll be diving into Part C. This is a talk, not between two people, but it could be tour guides, lecturers, or presenters. Just know it’s just one person speaking, so you’ll need to guide yourself along with the talk. Because of the changes in the test format this year, you’ll be able to see the questions down below, so make sure you just follow the conversation. Watch my video and listen to the podcast down below to develop the technique.
Question: Where does this talk take place?
39. A) In a car.
B) On a hike.
C) On a tram.
D) In a lecture hall.
Question: What does the expression “crying crocodile tears” mean to humans?
40. A) It means they have big tears.
B) It means they like to swim.
C) It means they look like crocodiles.
D) It means they are pretending to be sad.
Question: Why do crocodiles have tears in their eyes?
41. A) They are sad.
B) They are warming themselves.
C) They are getting rid of salt.
D) They regret their actions.
Question: What does the tour guide recommend?
42. A) Taking photographs.
B) Getting closer to crocodiles.
C) Exploring the water’s edge.
D) Getting off the tram.