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TOEFL Speaking

The Speaking section contains a total of six question tasks: two independent questions and four integrated questions.
  • Test time: 20 minutes
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Task 6 #01

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe how the invention of photography had impacted on the development of painting

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Task 6 #02

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Parasitism.

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Task 6 #03

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Camouflage.

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Task 6 #04

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Biological clock.

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Task 6 #05

Using the examples from the lecture, describe how a frog can survive in the desert.

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Task 6 #06

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between queen ants and social ants.

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Task 6 #07

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe coevolution.

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Task 6 #08

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two primary reasons why animals moult.

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Task 6 #09

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe animal congregations.

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Task 6 #10

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two purposes of venom.

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Task 6 #11

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe camel adaptations.

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Task 6 #12

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe birds' two physiological features that help them migrate to different places.

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Task 6 #13

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two benefits that worms provide to soil

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Task 6 #14

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two purposes of insects making sounds.

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Task 6 #15

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Ozone Layer's two major negative impacts on earth

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Task 6 #16

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe how did scientists prove that the geomagnetic poles exist

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Task 6 #17

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe environmental benefits of wetlands

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Task 6 #18

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe how Alpine adapt to survive harsh conditions.

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Task 6 #19

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe ecological succession.

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Task 6 #20

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the benefits of planned forest fires.

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Task 6 #21

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem restoration.

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Task 6 #22

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe how fungi benefit trees.

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Task 6 #23

Use the notes and examples from the lecture to describe how a wildfire can benefit the forest's wildlife.

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Task 6 #24

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe law of demand and law of supply.

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Task 6 #25

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe negative impacts of logos.

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Task 6 #26

Using the main points and examples, describe disadvantages to franchising.

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Task 6 #27

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe advantages to franchising

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Task 6 #28

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe slump and creep.

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Task 6 #29

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Geothermal energy.

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Task 6 #30

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe solifluction.

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Task 6 #31

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between slab avalanches and sluff avalanches.

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Task 6 #32

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe two types of canyons.

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Task 6 #33

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between crescentic and parabolic dunes

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Task 6 #34

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two types of slump.

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Task 6 #35

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Oil Shale Environment Effects.

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Task 6 #36

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the two ways of discovering an invention.

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Task 6 #37

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two primary reasons why railroads contributed to the rapidly growing economy in America in 17th century

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Task 6 #38

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Procedural memory and declarative memory.

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Task 6 #39

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe memory gap.

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Task 6 #40

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe role distancing.

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Task 6 #41

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe three different types of cultural diffusion.

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Task 6 #42

Using the main point describe franchising. In addition, explain the two advantages from the lecture and mention one store that franchises.

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