PART 1: Photographs

TOEIC Listening Part 1 là nội dung nhìn tranh và miêu tả. Phần này gồm 6 bức tranh, mỗi bức tranh sẽ có 4 câu mô tả không được in trong đề. Nhiệm vụ của các bạn là nghe và chọn đáp án mô tả đúng bức tranh nhất.

PART 2: Question and Response

TOEIC Listening Part 2 sẽ gồm  25 câu (Từ câu số 7 đến câu số 31). Mỗi câu có 1 câu hỏi và 3 lựa chọn đáp án. Nhiệm vụ là phải chọn ra câu trả lời tương thích với câu hỏi trong bài.

Trong part 2 câu hỏi và câu trả lời không in trong đề thi. Các bạn chỉ được nghe một câu hỏi và 3 lựa chọn trả lời cho từng câu hỏi sau đó chọn câu trả lời phù hợp với câu hỏi.

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Questions 71 through 73 refer to the following announcement.

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Questions 77 through 79 refer to the following excerpt from the meeting.

Questions 80 through 82 refer to the following talk.

Questions 83 through 85 refer to the following introduction.

Questions 86 through 88 refer to the following announcement.

Questions 89 through 91 refer to the following excerpt from the meeting.

Questions 92 through 94 refer to the following advertisement.

Questions 95 through 97 refer to the following instruction and seating chart.

Questions 98 through 100 refer to the following telephone message and expenditure sheet .

PART 5: Incomplete Sentences

Questions 131-134 refer to the following article.

March 16—The Rosewood City Council is considering a measure to increase funding for the Parks and Recreation Department by 12%. The eighteen sites within the park system —131— by residents of all ages for recreation and relaxation. Supporters of the change argue that the current amount of funding is not enough. “—132—we need is financial support for facility improvements,” says Council Member Dena Walters. “The current budget only covers maintenance.”
The –133—will be discussed at the upcoming city council meeting at 7 P.M. on March 28 at the Rosewood Community Center. All residents are invited to attend the meeting. –134—. Therefore,
residents should keep their comments brief so that everyone has a chance to speak.

Questions 135-138 refer to the following e-mail.

To: Lan Nguyen
From: VC Appliances
Date: January 4 Subject: RE: Return request
Dear Ms. Nguyen,
We received your message about the problem with your recent order in which the Firefly-360 heater had a —135— power cord. We’re very sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. —136—our best efforts at quality control, sometimes faulty items do end up leaving our production facility. We will be sure to report this issue to the factory foreman.
—137–, Whichever option you decide to choose, please accept the attached discount coupon to use toward your next purchase. It can be used online by Inputting the sixteen-digit code at checkout. We hope you –138— to be a VC Appliances customer.
Tatsuto Sakai

Questions 139-142 refer to the following letter.

Tyrone Berry 941 Joy Lane Burbank, CA91502
Dear Mr. Berry,
On behalf of the Small Business Owners Association (SBOA), I would like to invite you to our annual leadership workshop. This year, we have selected Boston as the host city, due to its –139— location. The event will be held at the Jenkins Center. If you are traveling from out of town, please see the enclosed details regarding —140–. SBOA has negotiated discounted rates with these hotels for our participants.
This workshop is an excellent way to –141— your skills. Space is limited, so if you are interested in taking part in this event, be sure to register by the August 10 deadline. –142—
Shannon Payne Event Coordinator, SBOA

Questions 143-146 refer to the following notice.

—-143– This will be done in recognition of the public holiday. Ticketing agents will be available again the following day. Passengers may still purchase tickets from the automated ticketing machines —144— online. Staff members will be located throughout the terminal to assist passengers with inquiries.
Please note that commuter passes are not —145—- on public holidays. Passengers must purchase a separate ticket for their journey. If you do not have a ticket to present to the conductor, you may be subject to a fine. The trains will run on an amended schedule during the holiday. For –146— of departure and arrival times, visit www.nationalraill .com.

Questions 147-148 refer to the following advertisement.

Are you letting high prices get in the way of your fitness goals?

Everyone is talking about yoga these days—in magazines, on television, and even during chats with friends. But while we’ve all heard about the many health benefits that yoga provides, looking around yoga stores can be intimidating. With even a simple yoga mat costing up to $50 or more, yoga can seem like an expensive activity to get into!

Well, not anymore. Merchandise at FlexiWorld Yoga ranges from top brand name yoga equipment to cheaper gear for beginners. And we can afford to offer all of our products at lower prices than department stores and other retailers because we operate entirely online.

So if you’re thinking of trying out yoga, but don’t want to overspend, head to www.!

Questions 149-150 refer to the following anouncement.

The Ramford Center for the Arts

Our center seeks a dynamic individual to join its fundraising team at our main facility in Houston. Reporting to the executive director, the fundraising associate will be responsible for requesting donations for the various year-round programs and events we hold at our center.

Successful candidates need to possess a bachelor’s degree in nonprofit management, fine arts, or a similar field. Relevant experience is preferred but not required.

The Ramford Center for the Arts offers a competitive compensation package, including medical insurance, generous vacation allowances, pension contributions, and 1 complimentary admission to all exhibitions for its entire staff.

Interested applicants should send their cover letter and résumé to Andrea Perkins ( by Friday, October 3.

Questions 151-152 refer to the following text-message chain.

Frank Cameron   2:22 P.M.

Have you heard when production on the new laptop will begin?

Liz Cohen    2:24 P.M.

I called Stan Lowell, and he said he can’t get things started at the factory for at least another four weeks.

Frank Cameron     2:26 P.M.

That’s not good news. What’s causing the delay?

Liz Cohen     2:28 P.M.

He says the plant can’t proceed until the engineering department finishes testing the product. It’s taking them longer than anticipated.

Frank Cameron      2:29 P.M.

But we’re scheduled to ship the computers to stores at the beginning of next month. Do you think that it will be possible to meet that target?

Liz Cohen     2:31 P.M.

Not a chance given the current situation.

Frank Cameron      2:33 P.M.

I see. How do you think the sales representatives will take the news?

Liz Cohen       2:34 P.M.

They’ll be fine as long as we inform them in advance. At this point, we just need to focus on shipping the best possible product to market, even if it is a bit late.

Questions 153-155 refer to the following memo.

To: All TechBase Staff

From: John Borges

Subject: Speaking event

Date: August 20

Hello everyone,

I am pleased to announce that we will have an exclusive speaking event here at the TechBase office on Wednesday, September 12. Elsa Goncalvez, author of the book The Key Components of Selling, will be coming in to talk about proven marketing strategies that she has learned over the years. Ms. Goncalvez previously worked with distinguished enterprises in the same field as our company, including two of the country’s top computer manufacturers, Stentech and Microtrax, so I’m sure that her advice will be helpful to us as well.

Attending the event is not mandatory, but I encourage your participation. Ms. Goncalvez will be focusing on tools and techniques that we can easily adopt, including understanding customer needs, defining unique selling points, and creating effective advertising materials for various forms of media.

Everyone who attends the talk will also receive a free copy of The Key Components of Selling. I hope to see many of you there.

Best wishes,

John Borges

Administrative associate

Questions 156-157 refer to the following notice.

Sheltonville Town Council

NOTICE: Residents of Smith Street and

Surrounding Areas

Please be aware that a public forum will be held to talk about the ongoing work at the corner of Smith Street and Lincoln Avenue, where an apartment complex is in the process of being constructed. We have been informed that the project is about to enter its building phase, and this is expected to last until the end of September. During this period, it is likely that residents will be affected by road closures and increased levels of noise from the worksite. Additionally, the sidewalk will be closed off to pedestrians in the interest of safety.

Representatives from the construction firm of Blakely and Reid will be on hand to respond to questions from residents. The forum will be moderated by Joseph Coran, member of the city council representing District 11.

The forum will begin at 6:00 P.M. on Tuesday, July 10. It will be held at the Evergreen Community Center, and everyone in the neighborhood is free to attend.

Questions 158-160 refer to the following article.

Belajar University to Open High-Tech Hub 

Malaysia’s Belajar University yesterday announced that it is beginning to build a new campus in Malacca City that is expected to be completed by the end of next year. The new campus is part of an outreach strategy to encourage students from other parts of Malaysia to apply to the prestigious university, the campuses of which are primarily located in the capital Kuala Lumpur. “Although we have seen an increase in the number of applicants from outside Kuala Lumpur in recent years,” said university vice-chancellor Abdullah Mohammed, “this new campus is sure to attract even more.”

The new campus is also being partially funded by the Malaysian government, which considers it a key part of its plan to develop the southern part of the country into a high-technology hub. Because of this, the campus will feature a number of state-of-the-art computer laboratories that will be used to develop new types of microchips and computer processors. A new high-speed rail link between the capital and Malacca City is also being constructed by the government as part of the process of encouraging technology companies to relocate to the smaller town.

Qing Weihai, governor of Malacca State, said, “We welcome this decision by the Malaysian government and Belajar University and expect the new campus to create thousands of new jobs in the region by encouraging businesses to move here.”

Questions 161-164 refer to the following e-mail.

TO:  Carolyn Shah <>

FROM : Edwin Lewis <>

SUBJECT : Publication information

DATE:  July 19

Dear Ms. Shah,

I am pleased to tell you that Casper Publishing has come out with an important title that I think QRC Bookstore will be interested in selling. — [1] —.

The 10th edition of Economics for Business has been completed and contains revised multimedia content and new exercises in DVD format. We have one version for students and another for teachers. The students’ version is packaged for affordability, while the teachers’ version features several premium extras, such as preloaded presentation. — [2] —. Seeing as QRC Bookstore mainly sells university textbooks, it would make perfect sense for your shop to carry both versions of this publication or any of the other new titles in our catalog. — [3] —.

If you are interested in ordering, download the form on our Web site at and send it to us by post. — [4] —. For any further information, feel free to respond to this e-mail or contact me directly at 555-3044.

Best Regards,

Edwin Lewis

Questions 165-168 refer to the following online chat.

Clara Dalton         [2:01 P.M.]

Good afternoon, everyone. As I’m sure you all heard on Monday, the board of directors has scheduled the opening of the Erik Masterson art exhibit for next month. We need to start letting people know about it, and I’d like to get a sense of how everything’s going.

Aaron Cobble       [2:04 P.M.]

I finished designing the personalized invitations for everyone who attended our last exhibition, but the mailing list hasn’t been compiled yet. George, do you think this might cause any problems?

George Duffy        [2:10 P.M.]

A delay of one day is fine. But the guests should receive their invitations before Saturday when we publish a press release about the opening. So, we need to get them to the courier by Thursday at the very latest.

Clara Dalton          [2:12 P.M.]

All right. I’ll ask Steven to take care of it. Deborah, how about the posters?

Deborah Emerso   [2:14 PM.]

They’re ready to be printed. Do you have any thoughts on where I should tell our volunteers to put them up?

Clara Dalton          [2:16 P.M.]

I’ve heard that Masterson’s work is popular with college students.

Deborah Emerson [2:20 P.M.]

Oh, what about Randall University? The gallery is within walking distance of it.

Clara Dalton          [2:21 P.M.]

That sounds great. Maybe we should give a presentation on campus to promote the exhibit as well.

Deborah Emerson [2:22 P.M.]

Sure. I’ll call the university to check on that.

Questions 169-171 refer to the following letter.

Adam Suzuki

12 Westbourne Avenue

Hull, UK, HU2 7HF

November 22

Dear Mr. Suzuki,

I am pleased to announce a change to your North Bank account. Currently, you can overdraw up to £250 from your checking account when needed. — [1] —. As you have been a loyal customer with us over the past three years and have an excellent credit rating, your overdraft limit has been increased to £750. The increase will take effect at the beginning of next month. — [2] —.

In addition, I would like to let you know that you are eligible to apply for our Silver Spender and Graduate Spender credit cards. — [3] —. Some details about the benefits of each card are listed below. If you are interested in applying for either card, please fill out the attached form and send it to us. There is no need to do anything else as you have already been preapproved. — [4] —.

Silver Spender Credit Card

  • 10% discount on movie admission fees
  • 0% interest on installment plans for up to 24 months
  • £25 annual fee

Graduate Spender Credit Card

  • Access to Greyline Air’s VIP lounges in airports nationwide
  • 0% interest on installment plans for up to 12 months
  • £45 annual fee

Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at any time.

North Bank Customer Service Team

Questions 172-175 refer to the following article.

Health First Magazine

April Edition

Leading Fitness Trends

Spring is always the busiest season for fitness centers as individuals prepare to get in shape for the coming summer months. And gym owners hoping to have a competitive edge over other facilities will be pleased to know that popular health equipment manufacturer RockTech has recently launched a new line of fitness equipment with some impressive features.

The head of product design for RockTech, Nancy Flores, said that the new equipment is sleek in appearance and incorporates the latest technological advances. The RockRunner treadmill, for instance, automatically adjusts settings, such as speed and incline, in correspondence with satellite map routes to give users the experience of jogging in real terrain.

Furthermore, Ms. Flores noted that RockTech will soon release a new line of weight training equipment. The machines will include highly sophisticated, newly developed calorie counters that can be synchronized with wearable fitness trackers. The machines will also include calorie counters. “People focused on burning calories can easily see their progress,” Ms. Flores explained. She also stated that RockTech plans to have this feature on all newly released products.

These and other products are available on the company’s Web site,, but they are presently only sold to gyms and health clubs.

Questions 176-180 refer to the following invitation and list.

Come to the SRA’s Annual Wine Tasting Fund-raiser!

Saturday, November 5

from 6:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.

at the Lambdia Hotel Grand Ballroom

The Sight Right Association (SRA) invites you to our yearly fund-raiser. You can indulge in a variety of gourmet foods and upscale wines specially selected to appeal to discriminating tastes. Enjoy the musical stylings of Willis Gustavo’s Jazz Ensemble, which will be on hand to perform a number of tunes.

During the fund-raiser, an auction will also be held, where guests will have the opportunity to place bids on all of the wines served at the event. After a short welcome speech by an SRA representative, chefs will begin preparing food at stations placed around the Grand Ballroom. Guests are free to help themselves to food while they socialize. And don’t forget to visit the reception area, where you can enter a draw to win a free bottle of Miller-Ortega Riesling wine!


$85 for SRA members/$145 for SRA member couples

$95 for non-SRA members/$165 for non-SRA member couples

* Must be reserved by calling 555-3509 no later than November 1.

All proceeds raised during the event will be used to provide the needy with eye care and prescription lenses.

SRA Fund-raiser Food and Wine List

Location Foood Wines
Station One -Spinach and cranberry salad

-Blackberry compote with roasted chestnut cream

White wine

Chateau 54 Sauvignon Blanc

Station Two -Focaccia bread with mozzarella and black olives

-Mushroom risotto

White wine

Mosdel Pinot Gris

Station Three -Salmon with brown sugar and mustard glaze Red wine

Pewter Vineyards Pinot Noir

Dessert Station -Assortment of miniature pastries

-Chocolate truffles

-Hot coffee and tea

Sparkling wine

Wildfelt Moscato

Chefs will prepare small plates of food item that guests can pick up at each station with their wine.

Questions 181-185 refer to the following notice and e-mail.

Notice to Visitors

We’ve had a great summer season here at the Newport County Amusement Park and Zoo, but as the winter season approaches, we’re going to be closing sections of the park for maintenance and repairs.

Starting on October 1, the Mach One rollercoaster will be closed for inspections and repairs until the beginning of the next summer season. In addition, certain animal enclosures will be shut down temporarily to allow workers to perform needed renovations. These measures are vital to ensure the future safety and enjoyment of all park visitors.

To make up for the inconvenience, we have some new winter attractions coming up. The days may be getting shorter, but that just gives us a great excuse to hold a fireworks show, every day at 7 P.M. from October 22 to December 4. On top of that, all of our restaurants will be serving our brand-new winter menu starting on September 30. The menu was created by celebrity chef Alexandre Mapouche and is based on European winter delicacies.

If you have any questions about these changes, please ask any member of our helpful and informative staff.

To: Customer Relations <>

From: Sandra Higson <>

Subject: Feedback

Dear madam or sir,

I would like to report an issue I had at the Newport County Amusement Park and Zoo regarding the closure of one of your rides. My son had wanted to visit your park for many months so he could ride the Mach One rollercoaster. I finally found the time to take him, and he was very excited. However, upon arriving at the park, we saw the notice outside the ticket office announcing that the Mach One was closed for maintenance.

We decided to visit the park anyway, as we had traveled all the way from Colebrook, but my son was very disappointed. I believe that, at the very least, we are owed an apology since you did not announce the closure on your Web site; and perhaps we are even entitled to a refund of half the amount we paid for our tickets because the attraction we were most interested in was unavailable.

I look forward to your response.

Sandra Higson

Questions 186-190 refer to the following article, notice, and form.

Tea Tree Eco-Resorts Set to Open in Mexico by Year’s End

By Consuela Hidalgo

International hotel chain Tea Tree Eco-Resorts is in the final stages of building a 22-acre resort on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera. The first visitors are expected to arrive by December 21. Like other Tea Tree Eco-Resorts in the Philippines, Thailand, and Greece, the new hotel will be as eco-friendly as possible. “We have solar panels generating electricity and heating the water, for instance. Furthermore, none of the local farmers from whom we source our ingredients for regional specialties, such as pork wrapped in banana leaves and citrus-marinated chicken soup, use any chemical pesticides at all,” said general manager Jose Perez. The plan is for the facilities to be built around naturally growing trees and plant life, with structures blending in with the jungle. Further details can be found at

Tea Tree Eco-Resorts, Mayan Riviera

Welcome to our beautiful compound In the stunning Mayan Riviera!

We have several activities scheduled for this week!

Monday, January 17: Sailboat tour ($22)

Join us for a 2-hour sailboat ride that stops at local islands. There’s even a chance of spotting some dolphins! Sign up in advance at the guest activities counter.

Wednesday, January 19: Visit to wildlife park ($38)

Travel by bus to a local wildlife park to view indigenous animals and plants. Departure will be at 9 A.M., and guests will be back by 5 P.M. Sandwiches will be provided at a restaurant near the park. Advance bookings are necessary.

Thursday, January 20: Tour of ancient Mayan city ($57)

A bus will take guests to an archaeological site where a pyramid and other ancient structures can be found. Departure will be at 8 A.M., and guests will be back by 5 P.M. Lunch is included in the cost of admission, and bookings are required.

Saturday, January 22: Beach party (Free for all guests)

Visit the beach between 11:30 A.M. and 2:30 P.M. for an outdoor barbecue, and sample the wonderful flavors in our grilled seafood, citrus-marinated chicken soup, and pork wrapped in banana leaves!

* Prices indicated are in US dollars.

Tea Tree Eco-Resorts, Mayan Riviera

We hope you enjoyed your stay with us. Please take a few moments to provide us with feedback. Return the completed card to a front desk staff member.

NAME Henry O’Neil DATE(S) OF STAY January 17-23
E-MAIL Henoneil @ PHONE (905)555-6948

Were you satisfied with the following during your stay? If the answer is “NO”, please leave a short comment at the bottom with an explanation.

Cleanliness of facilities           YES ■ NO □ Service of staff           YES ■ NO □
Meals and meal service           YES ■ NO □ Daily activities            YES □ NO ■


My wife and I were interested in a sailboat tour but were informed that the boat only held 24 passengers and was full. So, we inquired about a trip to the Mayan city, but it was also completely booked. Thankfully, we managed to go on the January 19 outing and enjoyed it very much. I recommend that more seats be available for trips, especially during high tourist season.

Thank you for your time!

Questions 191-195 refer to the following letter, e-mail, and form

February 4

Dear Ms. Montessori,

As you are probably aware, my contract will expire at the end of March. We have already discussed my plan to retire, so hopefully this does not come as a surprise. This letter serves as official notification of my intention to step down as the company’s vice president of finance. I would be happy to stay on for an additional month to train and assist any replacement you choose.

I have truly enjoyed my time with Homestead Properties and appreciate all the support I’ve been provided over the years. I will miss working with my wonderful colleagues, but I will stay in touch.

Thank you very much for all the opportunities you and the board of directors have afforded me.


Edward Grainger

TO: Florence Ingram <>

FROM: Elizabeth Montessori <>

SUBJECT: Party preparations

DATE: March 12

Hi Florence,

You’ve likely heard the news about Mr. Grainger. I would like to organize a dinner party in his honor. You did such a wonderful job of planning our awards dinner last fall, and I was wondering if you’d be willing to take care of the arrangements for this event as well.

We plan to spend up to $6,000 on the party’s location. The board and I will take care of the gift. The date would be March 27, which is a Friday. I can send you a list of people we would like to invite later today. I imagine 50-60 people will be attending. As before, the company is happy to offer you an extra $500 on your next paycheck as compensation. Please let me know if you’re interested as soon as possible.


Elizabeth Montessori

COO, Homestead Properties Inc.


NAME Florence Ingram COMPANY (if applicable) Homestead Properties Inc.
PHONE (604)555-4995 E-MAIL f .ingram @
EVENT DATE March 27 EVENT TIME 7 P.M.-10:00 P.M.
EVENT SITE 2nd Floor, Victoriana Event Hall


MEAL: Four-course dinner with beef, fish, and vegetarian options

BEVERAGES: Open bar with soft drinks, wine, and cocktails

SPECIAL REQUESTS: Microphone and projection system with sound

This form serves as confirmation of your reservation, and receipt of your $2,500 deposit. The remaining funds of $2,500 is payable upon the conclusion of your event. In case of cancellation, the deposit is non-refundable. The total amount of $5,000 is inclusive of a $500 service fee.

Questions 196-200 refer to the following article, e-mail, and form.