The TOEIC Listening and Reading test has four parts to the Listening section: Photographs, Question – Response, Conversations and Short Talks. The questions below are samples of the Conversations section, or Part 3 of TOEIC Listening.
TOEIC Listening Conversation 1
You will hear: Questions 1 through 3 refer to the following conversation:
(Woman) I'm not sure that the new intern I hired last week is going to last very long in her new position.
(Man) Why? Are you concerned about the intern's previous experience?
(Woman) No, her experience was just fine. The problem is that she has been showing up late to work every day this week.
(Man) Well, I would certainly talk to her about the situation, and if she doesn't come in on time, then it may be time to dismiss her.
(Woman) Thanks, I'll have a talk with her!
You will hear: 1. Why does the woman think the intern won't last long in her new position?
You will read: 1. Why does the woman think the intern won't last long in her new position?
(A) The intern is inexperienced
(B) The intern comes in late to work
(C) The intern needs to talk with the woman
(D) To intern doesn't needs the job.
You will hear: 2. What advice does the man give the woman?
You will read: 2. What advice does the man give the woman?
(A) Talk to the intern about the situation
(B) Dismiss the intern immediately
(C) Give the intern more experience
(D) Talk to the intern's new manager
You will hear: 3. What does the woman decide to do?
You will read: 3. What does the woman decide to do?
(A) Dismiss the intern.
(B) Change the intern's job.
(D) Talk with the intern.
TOEIC Listening Conversation 2
You will hear: Questions 4 through 6 refer to the following conversation:
(Young Man) I'm excited to begin my new job, but I'm worried because I'm not sure how to get to the welcome seminar in the city.
(Older Man) Have you ever driven into the city before?
(Young Man)Yes, once when I interviewed for the job, and another time to pick up my badge and ID card.
(Older Man)Well, the seminar is being held in the same building where you received your card and badge.
(Young Man)Great! Well, thanks for the information.
You will hear: 4. Where is the young man going?
You will read: 4. Where is the young man going?
(A) To pick up his ID card
(B) To a seminar
(C) To work
(D) To an interview
You will hear: 5. Why is the young man worried?
You will read: 5. Why is the young man worried?
(A) He doesn't know where the interview is.
(B) He's never been into the city before.
(C) He doesn't know where to pick up his ID card.
(D) He's not sure how to get to a welcome seminar.
You will hear: 6. How does the older man help the younger man?
You will read: 6. How does the older man help the younger man?
(A) The older man tells him where the seminar is being held.
(B) The older man gives him tips about interviewing well.
(C) The older man takes him into the city.
(D) The older man hands him a new ID card.