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Introduction  . . . . 1

About the





How to Use This Ebook




 Test 1 . . . . 9



 Test 2 . . . . 71



 Test 3 . . . .135



 Test 4 . . . .195



 Test 5 . . . .259

Appendix A: Speaking and Writing Scoring Rubrics. . . . . 323






About the








 test measures your ability to use and understand the English

language as it is read, heard, spoken, and written in the university classroom. More

than 9,000 universities, agencies, and other institutions in more than 130 countries




 scores as part of their admissions criteria, making the



test the most widely respected English-language test in the world.





 test contains four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking,

and Writing. The questions in these sections measure how well you  read, listen,

speak, and write in English. They also measure how well you use these skills

together, so in some cases you will be asked to integrate your skills. For example,

you may read a passage or listen to a lecture, and then write or speak about what

you learned. Here are brief descriptions of each section, including what the section

measures and the types of questions it contains.

Reading Section

This section measures your ability to understand academic passages in English.

The passages are excerpts from university-level textbooks and similar academic


You do not need any background knowledge about the topics contained in the

passages in order to successfully answer the questions. All the information you

need to answer the questions can be found in the passages. The questions cover

your ability to find and understand basic information, make inferences, and read

to learn.

Here are the types of Reading questions, with an explanation of each type:

Factual Information


These questions ask you to identify fa ctual information

that was explicitly stated in the pass age.

Negative Factual

Information Questions

These questions ask you to distinguish information

that is true from information that is not true or not

included in the passage.

Inference Questions

These questions ask about information that is implied

but not explicitly stated in the passage.

Rhetorical Purpose


These questions ask about the rhetorical function of

specific information presented in a passage. These

questions ask


 the author mentioned or included a

specific piece of information in the passage.

Vocabulary Questions

These questions ask you to identify the meanings of

individual words or phrases

as they are used in the