In this section you will find a number of listening comprehension exercises which are based on the first part of the Test Of English for International Communication.
These exercises will help you practise and improve your business
listening skills and you will also learn many new phrases. Here is how
you should complete the exercises:
1) Read the questions below the MP3 player so you know what information you need to listen out for. 2) Click on the red play button on the MP3 player. 3) Click on the correct answers to the questions below the player. 4) Click on the ‘check my score’ button to see your results.
can listen to the recording as often as you like. If you want to see
the transcript (the text) of the recording, please click on the ‘show
text’ link next to the ‘check my score’ button.
Alexis is an interactive multimedia on-line program for the TOEIC.
TOEIC� (Test of English for International Communication) is designed to test your ability to understand English as it is used in international business and other professional settings. The TOEIC� test covers two main areas: your ability to understand spoken English and your ability to read materials in English, such as correspondence, reports, advertisements, and articles. Start the Test here!
This preparation test includes all the test areas, within a timed environment.
You will be given two hours to complete the whole test, or one hour per subsection.
The questions here are very similar to the actual TOEIC® test. Start the test here!
The TOEIC test is a two-hour, paper-and-pencil, multiple-choice test that consists of 200 questions divided into two separately-timed sections:
Section I: Listening: This section consists of 100 questions and is delivered by audiocassette. It is divided into four parts. Examinees listen to a variety of statements, questions, short conversations, and short talks recorded in English, then answer questions based on the listening segments. The Listening section takes approximately 45 minutes.
Part 1: Photographs 20 items (4-choice)
Part 2: Question-Response 30 items (3-choice)
Part 3: Short Conversations 30 items (4-choice)
Part 4: Short Talks 20 items (4-choice)
Section II: Reading. The Reading section consists of 100 questions presented in written format in the test booklet. Examinees read a variety of materials and respond at their own pace to questions based on the item content. The Reading section lasts approximately 75 minutes.
Part 5: Incomplete Sentences 40 items (4-choice)
Part 6: Error Recognition 20 items (4-choice)
Part 7: Reading Comprehension 40 items (4-choice)
Examinees respond to test questions by marking one of the letters (A), (B), (C), or (D) with a pencil on a separate answer sheet. Although the actual testing time is approximately two hours, additional time is needed to allow examinees to complete the biographical questions on the answer sheet and to respond to a brief questionnaire about their educational and work history. Therefore, you should allow approximately 21/2 hours to take the test.
Afin de pouvoir vous préparer au mieux au test TOEIC Listening & Reading, ETS vous propose l’outil TEST Simulator (édité par Edulang).
TEST Simulator :– est un outil en ligne, simple dutilisation- prépare efficacement au TOEIC® Listening and Reading- est composé de 5 tests dentraînement complets– a été conçu par des enseignants expérimentés- accessible en ligne 24h/24 et 7j/7
Contenu de l’application WEB :Test Simulator contient 5 tests blancs, tous disponibles sous deux modes :- Le mode PRACTICE (non chronométré): permet de se préparer à son rythme, en effectuant les exercices en plusieurs fois- Le mode TEST (chronométré): offre lavantage de passer le test dentraînement dans des conditions proches du test officiel (2h/test blanc)
The TOEIC Listening and Reading test is a valid assessment of English-language reading and listening skills for the workplace. Employers worldwide use the TOEIC test to determine who can communicate effectively in English across borders and cultures with coworkers and clients.
Prove your English-language proficiency
In the competitive global job market:
Listening skills are essential for effective face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, teleconferencing, podcasts and telephone conversations.
Reading skills are necessary for e-mail, written reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.
On this website you will find a number of listening comprehension exercises which are based on theTestOfEnglish forInternationalCommunication.There are over 1200 exercises covering 4 parts of the TOEIC Test: the Photographs, the Question-Responses, the Conversations and the Short-talks.These exercises will help you practise and improve your business listening skills and you will also learn many new phrases.Try it now!