TOEFL practice test 2022 (test #1) complete test with answer keys
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José V says
Hi, on question 18 shouldn't the answer be B?, I mean, the girl explicitly states she wants the professor's opinion on which elective courses to take, she didn't come for his opinion on which graduate studies she should seek
J B says
Hello! I've finished the listening part and that's weird for the question 15 it says anwser V ( that must be a mistake) . Which is it?
Areeba Ali says
I wanted to discuss que 17 of passage 2 in reading section
I think this que can be challenged?
None of the 4 is the answer & in answer key the correct ans is given as C
As far as I’ve learned English up till now I don’t think “results” is the meaning of “relevant” in any case
It will definitely be “important” which is not given
Can u pls respond to my query
I would really like to discuss this one
Carolina Andrade says
answers at the end of the video
SURAJ OJHA says
Thank you for the test. My writing section answer:
The author in the reading passage and the lecturer are in complete opposition with each other regarding the usefulness of crewless cargo ships. The author suggests three ways which can help companies make profits with the use of crewless cargo ships. However, the lecturer mentions that companies are unbelievably optimistic regarding the use of crewless cargo ships and presents contradiction to each way suggested by the author.
To begin with, the author claims that companies would save money which is spent on hiring human crew along with the food, sleeping quarters, climate control, and entertainment if they used crewless cargo ships. The lecturer opposes this claim by saying that ships are operated with minimum number of crew members which fix parts of the ship along the way as it gets damaged and help ships sail more efficiently without incurring a lot of damages to the ship. So, they would actually save the money.
Then, the author states that crewless cargo ships would be less attractive to the pirates to attack as pirates make money mostly out of the crew member rather than ship itself. In addition to that, these ships would not allow pirates to take control over. As usual, the lecturer disagrees by stating that these ships would be less attractive to low tech pirates only but not the high-tech pirates who can comprise the security of ships, can look into what’s inside the container and can make the ship reach wherever they want to.
The author concludes his opinion by saying that these ships would meet with less accidents as computers on ships would react more quickly to emergency situations and change their course than human crew on the ship. Needless to say, the lecturer takes issue with this view by saying that ships take time to change their course. Human crew would anticipate the bad decision and react accordingly way before the computer makes decisions which are based on logics and predicted events.
It is no surprise that undeveloped countries suffered the most from quarantine due to COVID-19 pandemic There is no agreeing to that. And the obvious reasons are explained in detail in the following paragraphs.
First, the quarantine in undeveloped countries made a lot of businesses and companies shut down completely. And as there were no advancement in technologies in undeveloped countries to operate the whole company or business from home like in developed countries, the net worth of these companies dropped drastically just in few days. Consequently, the economy of the nation also dropped. I vividly remember, the company where I work, started downsizing and firing people for no reasons. As a result, so many homes had the problem of income generation and consequently, food starvation.
Second, quarantine in undeveloped countries also stopped factories producing products for local people. Since, the number of factories in undeveloped countries is very less, it impacted local markets at a greater level than those in developed countries. The inflation was at the top, only few rich people were able to survive. So, people were dying not because of just the virus, but also due to unavailability of products or goods for them to use. When I reached market with so many restrictions to buy breads and vegetables, I had to pay like three times of the original price of the product. And my family also reduced the no of times we can have meals per day.
Last but not least, undeveloped countries have to rely upon developed countries for medical supplies and drugs which could stop the spreading of covid-19 virus. This took very long which resulted in a lot of casualties in very short period of time than it would happen in the case of developed countries. Needless to say, many people strived to even breathe in the open air and was suffocated to death. During the pandemic, one day I heard the news that 3 of a total family member suffocated to death as the medical supplies and precautions were not available to make it in time.