LIA Online Test for the TOEFL iBT Prediction (LOT for the TOEFL iBT Prediction)
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Micro EPT Form 01

Form 01

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Category: PART ONE UNDERSTANDING SHORT CONVERSATIONS

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Category: PART ONE UNDERSTANDING SHORT CONVERSATIONS

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Category: PART TWO UNDERSTANDING A LONGER CONVERSATION

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Category: PART TWO UNDERSTANDING A LONGER CONVERSATION

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Category: PART TWO UNDERSTANDING A LONGER CONVERSATION

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Category: PART TWO UNDERSTANDING A LONGER CONVERSATION

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Category: PART TWO UNDERSTANDING A LONGER CONVERSATION

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Category: PART THREE UNDERSTANDING A SHORT TALK

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Category: PART THREE UNDERSTANDING A SHORT TALK

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Category: PART THREE UNDERSTANDING A SHORT TALK

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Category: STRUCTURE AND WRITTEN EXPRESSIONS

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Category: PART ONE STRUCTURE

Questions 1 to 10 are based on the following passage.

LineGalleon, a full-ridged sailing ship, was primarily built for war.  The thriving spice trade among European and Asian countries in the 1500’s had brought about the invention of this ship.  It was Spain that primarily used the ship, making the country the most dominant player in the market.  Galleon, having its own structure and artillery, underwent development in its sailing qualities and artillery capacity.
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 10Galleon’s developed structure had given some advantages to its utilization during the trade period.  Having an average weight of 500 tons, Galleon could accommodate at least 100 crew onboard during trans-Atlantic voyage trade.  The vessel’s structure consisted of three masts: foremast, main mast (usually square rigged), and mizzen mast, all being lateen rigged.  Compared to its precursor, carrack, galleon had a square tuck stern instead of a round one.  Moreover, galleon had a flatter and narrower stern design to support the weight of the aftercastle better.  The new design had given the vessel more speed and ability to maneuver more easily.
 15The improvement in its structure made galleon stronger and more heavily armed as seen in an English galleon built in 1575, the Revenge.  Despite its small size, the galleon could accommodate more artillery.  The ship housed artillery on the upper and lower deck.  On its last voyage, the ship had twenty heavy cannons (20-30 pounds) on the lower deck, medium cannons (8-10 pounds) on the upper deck, and a variety of anti-personnel weapons, and swivel-mounted breech-loaders, called fowlers or falcons.
20The Revenge proved to be more prevailing than the original galleon designed and built by the Spanish.  The Revenge’s being lighter and swifter outmaneuvered and defeated Spanish Armada in 1588.
 25To maximize available cargo space, galleon’s designed was minimized in the design of the next generation vessel, fluyt.  The design was primarily for facilitating transoceanic cargo delivery with the maximum space and crew efficiency.

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1. Howard Carter’s work included studying the sites, preserving the artifacts, and _______ to other archaeologists.

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Category: PART ONE STRUCTURE

2. The abdomen of a cattle _______ into four compartments.

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3. Aeroponics is a kind of farming applied in towns _______ only a small number of farming fields.

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4. Formerly known as the “Diamond City” due to its diamond mines, _______ now.

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Category: PART TWO WRITTEN EXPRESSION

PART  TWO
WRITTEN EXPRESSION

DIRECTIONS:

In each problem below, there are four underlined parts of the sentence. Identify the part that is incorrect. Then, choose the option of your choice.

EXAMPLE I: 

The director refused to accept the proposal when the committee submitted. The sentence should read, “The director refused to accept the proposal which the committee submitted.” Therefore, you should choose (when).

EXAMPLE 2:

The assistant lecturer’s explanations to the students will be more understandable if he will speak more clearly next time.”
The sentence should read “The assistant lecturer’s explanations to the students will be more understandable if he speaks more clearly next time.”   Therefore, you should choose (will speak).

 

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Category: PART TWO WRITTEN EXPRESSION

5. A professor of mathematic at Drexel University, Andrew Hicks invented a remarkable blind spot-eliminating side mirror.

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Category: PART TWO WRITTEN EXPRESSION

6. Much myths and traditions are associated with Chinese New Year.

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Category: PART TWO WRITTEN EXPRESSION

7. The wool thread that comes from sheep’s shoulders is much better than the thread that it taken from other parts.

 

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Category: PART TWO WRITTEN EXPRESSION

8. Strands of protein or gluten in bread dough make it enough elastic to stretch.

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Category: PART TWO WRITTEN EXPRESSION

9. Craftsmen often fit veneers together onto furniture to give a higher quality look and to strengthen them.

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Category: READING COMPREHENSION

Questions 1 to 10 are based on the following passage.

LineGalleon, a full-ridged sailing ship, was primarily built for war.  The thriving spice trade among European and Asian countries in the 1500’s had brought about the invention of this ship.  It was Spain that primarily used the ship, making the country the most dominant player in the market.  Galleon, having its own structure and artillery, underwent development in its sailing qualities and artillery capacity.
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 10Galleon’s developed structure had given some advantages to its utilization during the trade period.  Having an average weight of 500 tons, Galleon could accommodate at least 100 crew onboard during trans-Atlantic voyage trade.  The vessel’s structure consisted of three masts: foremast, main mast (usually square rigged), and mizzen mast, all being lateen rigged.  Compared to its precursor, carrack, galleon had a square tuck stern instead of a round one.  Moreover, galleon had a flatter and narrower stern design to support the weight of the aftercastle better.  The new design had given the vessel more speed and ability to maneuver more easily.
 15The improvement in its structure made galleon stronger and more heavily armed as seen in an English galleon built in 1575, the Revenge.  Despite its small size, the galleon could accommodate more artillery.  The ship housed artillery on the upper and lower deck.  On its last voyage, the ship had twenty heavy cannons (20-30 pounds) on the lower deck, medium cannons (8-10 pounds) on the upper deck, and a variety of anti-personnel weapons, and swivel-mounted breech-loaders, called fowlers or falcons.
20The Revenge proved to be more prevailing than the original galleon designed and built by the Spanish.  The Revenge’s being lighter and swifter outmaneuvered and defeated Spanish Armada in 1588.
 25To maximize available cargo space, galleon’s designed was minimized in the design of the next generation vessel, fluyt.  The design was primarily for facilitating transoceanic cargo delivery with the maximum space and crew efficiency.

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Category: READING COMPREHENSION

1. What is the author’s main purpose in writing the passage?

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2. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word “thriving” in line 1?

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3. According to the passage, where were the majority of galleons built?

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4. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word “precursor” in line 10?

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5. According to the passage, how did the galleon’s design affect its performance during voyages?

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6. According to the passage, which of the following considerations was of the most importance to the owners of galleon?

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7. What can be inferred from the passage about the stern?

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8. According to the passage, the Revenge’s victory was brought off by the ship’s _______.

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9. All of the following are given in the passage as reasons for the changes in galleon design EXCEPT _______.

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10. In the next paragraph, the author will most likely discuss _______.

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