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Part 1: Photographs
Part 2: Question-Response
In Part 2 of the TOEIC you will be tested on your ability to respond to a question. It is very important that you can understand and identify wh-questions. You will listen to three possible responses. Only one of the responses is correct.
Part 3: Conversations
In this part of the test you will listen to a short conversation between a man and a woman. After the conversation, you will answer three questions about the dialogue. There will be four possible answers for each question. Typical questions include, who, what, where, when, why, and how. You may also be asked to make an inference.
Part 4: Short Talks
In Part 4 you will listen to a short talk. It might be an announcement, a radio advertisement, or a telephone recording. You will listen to the talk and read a few questions about it.
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4. What does the man have to do today?

A) Visit his lawyer
B) Get a massage
C) Go to the doctor
D) Make an appointment

5. What can be inferred from the conversation?

A) The woman is the man’s receptionist.
B) The lawyer works in the same building.
C) The woman has no deadlines today.
D) The man and woman have a meeting this afternoon.

6. What does the woman offer to do for the man?

A) Answer his phone
B) Call his lawyer
C) Pick up the newspaper
D) Take notes at the meeting

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Explanation 4:

  • Choice A is who the man is expecting a call from. He needs to go there next week.
  • Choice B confuses the sound “message” with “massage”. Similar sound is a common distractor in Part III.
  • Choice D is not correct because the man has already made the appointment. If the question was in the past, then it could be correct. Tense is a common distractor used in Part III.

The correct answer is C.

Explanation 5:

  • Choice A is incorrect because the woman doesn’t normally answer the man’s calls.
  • Choice B is incorrect because the man mentions that he will have to go to a different location (downtown) to sign papers in front of his lawyer.
  • Choice D is not correct because there is no mention of this. The man will be at the doctor’s office.

The correct answer is C.

Explanation 6:

  • Choice B is the opposite of what the woman offers to do. She offers to take the man’s calls, not make them.
  • Choice C repeats the word “paper,” but the conversation does not mention newspaperSimilar sound is a common distractor in Part III.
  • Choice D confuses the idea of taking notes at a meeting and taking a message from a phone call.

The correct answer is A.


Man: I have a doctor’s appointment this afternoon. Are you going to be in the office, or do you have a meeting?
Woman: I’ll be here. And, don’t worry. I don’t have much on for today, so I’ll handle all of your calls.
Man: Thanks. I’m expecting a call from my lawyer. He’s supposed to be sending me some changes to the contracts.
Woman: I’ll make sure to take a detailed message if he calls. Is there anything you want to tell him?
Man: Well, you could remind him that I’m going to need to come downtown and sign a few papers in front of him. I’ll have to set something up for next week.