tailieunhanh - Toefl ibt listening E part 6

Tham khảo tài liệu 'toefl ibt listening e part 6', ngoại ngữ, toefl - ielts - toeic phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | Listening for Major Details Overview Introduction In order to answer detail questions correctly you must both understand and remember vanous details and facts given in the listening passage. The details asked about are often related to the mam idea. They may be examples or may expand upon the main topic in the form of supporting statements. The majority of questions asked about details are concerned with major not minor details. . . Question Types --------- - 1. According to the professor what is one way that X can affect Y 2. What are X 3. What resulted from the invention of the X 4. According to the professor what is the main problem with the X theory ------i------------------------ ----1 . Li__j_ Useful Tips ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Be sure to take excellent notes with regards to details. Make good use of your notes on details. Listen very carefully to the major details not the minor details which are given in the passage Answers to detail questions are often paraphrased sentences not the exact words as they appeared in the passage When you are not positive about the correct answer look at the answer choices and determine which of them most closely resembles the main idea of the passage. __ 66 Unit 3 I Listening for Major Details WEF 2f WSF W2F - or -. j . Sample iBT Question @beb According to the professor which part of the Statue of Liberty has a gold leaf coating The robe The torch flame The crown The stone tablet Script The second monument I d like io d scuss is me Statue of Liberty. This monument also known as Liberty Enlightening the World is a statue of a woman dressed in a robe and wearing a crown while holding a stone tablet in her left hand and a flaming torch in her nght hand that was given to the United States by the Parisian-based Franco-American Union in 1885. The statue was given to the United States by the French as a gesture of friendship and .

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