By Alina Mygou

TOEFL 2021 Integrated Speaking Questions

The page collects 3 types of TOEFL integrated speaking questions:
  • Question 2: Campus related - Passage, Conversation, and Question
  • Question 3: Academic - Passage, Lecture, and Question
  • Question 4: Academic - Lecture and Question
These questions are from recent TOEFL speaking tests by our visitors or Internet resources. We merged duplicated questions, revised obvious errors, and organize all questions by test date.

For TOEFL integrated speaking questions include reading and listening materials, it's impossible to describe the original question precisely. These questions are only to help candidates understand integrated questions familiarize themselves with speaking test scenarios.

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2021-01-10: Question 2: Campus-related
Reading: The school hires journalism students to write articles and update the content of the school's website.

Then listen to students discussing the topic.

The students express their opinions about the topic. State their opinions and explain the reasons.

Student: a girl agree
  • point 1: The website information is outdated, and the girl had problems when she wanted to learn about a new professor.
  • point 2: Students can improve themselves by doing website work.
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  • 2021-01-10
2021-01-10: Question 3: Academic
Read a passage about logical consequences from a textbook. Then listen to part of a lecture.

Using the bad consequences of bad behaviors, explain the concept of logical consequences.

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  • 2021-01-10
2021-01-10: Question 4: Academic
Listen to part of a lecture in a biology class.
  • point 1: Fungus provides nutrients to plants.
  • point 2: Fungus helps animals digest indigestible food.
Using the points and examples from the lecture, explain fungus helps animals and plants.

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  • 2021-01-10
2020-12-20: Question 2: Campus-related
Reading: The school is ready to provide an online link for unpopular clubs

Then listen to students discussing the topic.

The students express their opinions about the topic. State their opinions and explain the reasons.

Student: Agree
  • point 1: The student can find the information who needs, which is very convenient.
  • point 2: Students can find clubs they don’t know, and they can join directly if they are interested.
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  • 2020-12-20
2020-12-20: Question 3: Academic
Read a passage about the Maturation Effect from a textbook. Then listen to part of a lecture.

Using the experimental data, explain the concept of the Maturation Effect.

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  • 2020-12-20
2020-12-20: Question 4: Academic
Listen to part of a lecture in a biology class.
  • point 1: They eat all kinds of food, including food in the trash can
  • point 2: The urban environment is similar to their original living environment
Using the points and examples from the lecture, explain the decrease in the number of urbanized animals but the increase in the number of small animals.

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  • 2020-12-20
2020-12-06: Question 2: Campus-related
Reading: The president of the school decided to open an office hour to communicate about the school with his classmates. The time is 10 minutes per person.

Then listen to the discussion of the topic.

The boy expresses his opinion of the decision. State his opinion and explain the reasons.
  • point 1: “Open office hours” is a good idea.
  • point 2: 10 minutes is too short to communicate in-depth and should be extended to 1 hour.
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  • 2020-12-06
2020-12-06: Question 3: Academic
Read a passage about Hope Appeal - a marketing strategy from a business textbook. Then listen to part of a lecture from a business class.

Using the examples of the professor's friend, explain the marketing strategy of Hope Appeal.

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  • 2020-12-06
2020-12-06: Question 4: Academic
Listen to part of the lecture about insects protect offspring in a biology class.

Using the points and examples from the lecture, explain the two reasons for the decrease in the number of urbanized animals but the increase in the number of small animals described by the professor.
  • reason 1: the environment is harsh
  • reason 2: food is limited
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  • 2020-12-06
2019-09-15: Question 3: Academic (India)
Read a passage about revealing coloration from a biology textbook. Then listen to part of a lecture from a biology class.

Using the examples of the peanut bug and the morpho butterfly, explain the concept of revealing coloration.

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  • 2019-08-01
  • 2019-08-15
2019-09-01: Question 2: Campus-related (India)
The University is making a change in the courses it will offer. Read the article fromthe university newspaper about the change. Then listen to two students discussing the article.

The woman expresses her opinion of the university’s plan. State her opinion and explain the reasons she gives for holding that opinion.

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  • 2019-08-01
  • 2019-08-15
2019-09-01: Question 4: Academic (India)
Listen to part of a lecture in a business class.

Using the points and examples from the lecture, explain the two pricing strategiesdescribed by the professor.

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  • 2019-08-01
  • 2019-08-15
2019-09-01: Question 4: Academic (India)
State University plans to build a new auditorium. Read an article about the plan inthe campus newspaper. Then listen to two students discussing the article.

The man expresses his opinion of the university’s plan. State his opinion, and explainthe reasons he gives for holding that opinion.

Recent Tests:
  • 2019-08-01
  • 2019-08-15