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Teachers wanted the units to comprise the various categories of questions contained in the TOEFL. We have analyzed these questions, categorized them, clearly described each type, and noted in what proportion each appears on the test. We have suggested strategies for the test in general and for each type of question in particular. We have also included discussion of "trick" questions.
Jn the Reading section, students read three passages and answer questions about them. In the Listening section, students listen to two conversations and four lectures and answer questions about them. In the Speaking section, students speak in response to two questions about their own experience and four questions about texts that they listen to or read during the test.
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In the Speaking section, students speak in response to two questions about their own experience and four questions about texts that they listen to or read during the test. In the Writing section* students write in response to two questions. One question is about a reading passage and a lecture, and the other question is about a general topic.
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Thời gian cho phép đọc toàn bộ phần là 60 phút. Trong một số phiên bản thử nghiệm, đó là 80 phút. Thời gian cho phép bao gồm thời gian mà bạn dành đọc các đoạn văn và trả lời các questions.You có thể ghi chú và bạn có thể sử dụng ghi chú của bạn để giúp bạn trả lời các câu hỏi.
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Postgraduate surgical examinations take the form of multiple-choice
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a key component of the first two of these sections is critical care. This
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refinement of the questions to be examined and the relevant literature to be considered.
This paper addresses the problem of automatically retrieving answers for how-to questions, focusing on those that inquire about the procedure for achieving a specific goal. For such questions, typical information retrieval methods, based on key word matching, are better suited to detecting the content of the goal (e.g., ‘installing a Windows XP server’) than the general nature of the desired information (i.e., procedural, a series of steps for achieving this goal).
In Information Retrieval (IR) in general and Question Answering (QA) in particular, queries and relevant textual content often signiﬁcantly differ in their properties and are therefore difﬁcult to relate with traditional IR methods, e.g. key-word matching. In this paper we describe an algorithm that addresses this problem, but rather than looking at it on a term matching/term reformulation level, we focus on the syntactic differences between questions and relevant text passages.
Key questions included the
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Now that you know your IQ score, your Intelligence Type and your rank along the four
intelligence scales (Mathematical, VisualSpatial,
Linguistic and Logical), we thought you
might want to go back and see how you answered various questions. People often waver on
at least a couple of questions, so we've provided the full set of questions along with the