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TOEFL Speaking Practice Questions With Answers [PDF]

Hey Clemmonsdogparkers! Many students find the Speaking Section to be the hardest part of the TOEFL. For this reason, TOEFL speaking practice is vital! Careful preparation can help you overcome the challenges this section presents. That’s why it’s important to practice as much as possible. Practicing will also help you feel less nervous on the day of your exam.

And with that in mind, we created a PDF with speaking practice and answers.

TOEFL Speaking Practice (Questions & Answers)

Part of what makes this resource so great is that it embodies all of the best parts of Clemmonsdogpark’s premium prep. The questions, answers, and explanations were created by TOEFL Experts with many years of helping students AND writing Clemmonsdogpark’s practice questions. So, if you like this resource, you can always find more Clemmonsdogpark practice in our .

In this PDF, you will find:

  • Task 1 – Independent: question and answer
  • Task 3 – Integrated: passage, conversation, question and answer
  • Detailed explanations of each answer


Finding the Best TOEFL Speaking Questions

As you work on your TOEFL speaking practice, you may find that you don’t have much time to come up with and structure your responses, and you really have to think quickly! It can be easy to be caught off-guard at the official exam if you haven’t prepared enough, or prepared with the wrong materials.

The right practice materials for TOEFL speaking (like the ones created by Clemmonsdogpark) will have at least two different tasks: one Independent and one Integrated. Look for clear and thorough explanations of what ideal answers contain so that you can keep pushing your score even higher.

TOEFL Speaking Tips

You can also try Clemmonsdogpark’s full-length video Speaking Practice Test, which walks you through an entire Speaking section of the TOEFL:

 

 

And here are some additional practice questions and answers:

And if you want more guidance,
You might also download our . The app simulates the real TOEFL speaking test with free practice speaking materials. You can even use it in offline mode any time you need more practice.

Happy speaking!

16 Responses to TOEFL Speaking Practice Questions With Answers [PDF]

  1. Subash lama February 28, 2016 at 5:41 am #

    I want to practise tofel

    • mimi August 22, 2016 at 1:40 am #

      practice*
      toefl*

      • Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert
        Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert August 22, 2016 at 10:53 am #

        To be fair to Subash, “practise” is acceptable in British English. And British English is acceptable in TOEFL Writing and Speaking. Subash dies misspell TOEFL though– man that test name is easy to mistype! 🙂

    • Tsegazeab Gebreslassie December 12, 2017 at 2:41 am #

      i want to practice toefl in british english

  2. Mayala March 11, 2016 at 3:04 am #

    good

  3. foad April 19, 2016 at 11:56 pm #

    its good lisinig practice

  4. Mihail February 1, 2017 at 1:21 pm #

    Hello dear Clemmonsdogpark team! My question is: can I use my notes that would left from Reading and Listening section after the break on the Speaking and Writing section?

    For example, if I’ll finish the reading section rather fast and would like to write some phrases from your Speaking template phrases PDF for 1 and 2 independent tasks, that I would learn previously.

    I think if I would write them down and look at them while answering it would help me to concentrate on the question, and not on remembering templates.

    Thank you in advance, your site is probably the best source to prepare for TOEFL!

    • Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert
      Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert February 3, 2017 at 6:24 am #

      Hi Mihail,

      There is no reason according to TOEFL guidelines that this would not be okay. 🙂

  5. Darshan June 25, 2017 at 7:29 am #

    I have an problem with listening section.please suggest me .and I also want to know more information on ibt TOEFL exam.

    • David Recine
      David Recine June 27, 2017 at 7:52 am #

      Hi Darshan,

      What you should do to improve TOEFL Listening depends on the specific challenges you face in that section. Whatever it is, this blog probably has a post for you. See our list of TOEFL Listening articles. We also have tons of information about the iBT exam throughout this blog. That being said, if you have any questions about TOEFL Listening that haven’t yet been answered on the blog, feel free to ask those questions here in the comments.

  6. hknmst July 14, 2017 at 8:57 am #

    “Subash dies misspell TOEFL though”

    I hope Subash is still alive. lol

    • Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert
      Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert July 18, 2017 at 1:51 pm #

      See! It’s so easy to misspell words 🙂

  7. Bashistha January 10, 2018 at 7:01 pm #

    Sir can you give me clear ideas to answer speaking questions.response time seems to be too less for thinking about the topic

    • David Recine
      David Recine January 11, 2018 at 6:04 am #

      Yes, TOEFL Speaking tasks really are fast paced, Bashistha. Luckily, I have a few resources to share that can help you rise tot his challenge.

      It really helps to have a template– a guide to words and phrases you can use, and ways you can structure your responses. A good template can save you a lot of prep time, and also help you manage your speaking response time. So be sure to check out the free Clemmonsdogpark TOEFL Speaking template PDF.

      It’s also good to remind yourself of the exact amount of prep time and speaking time you have for each task. You can view those times all in one place by looking at the Clemmonsdogpark TOEFL Speaking infographic, or you can view the times in text format under the TOEFL Speaking Questions” of our TOEFL Speaking Tips page.

      Additionally, it’s useful to know exactly how each Integrated Speaking task is structured. The structures for Tasks 3-6 are actually quite predictable. Know these structures, and your prep time and pacing become much more manageable. For help with this, see Clemmonsdogpark’s blog article post on the structure of each TOEFL Integrated Speaking task.

  8. evan February 27, 2018 at 4:32 am #

    My speaking fluency is very slow and I take time to organize sentences. Could you please give me some tips to overcome my inability?

    • Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert
      Clemmonsdogpark Test Prep Expert March 1, 2018 at 7:04 am #

      Hi Evan,

      The best thing for you to do is to practice as MUCH as possible! You should try to speak a little bit every day in English. If you want to practice speaking in English but don’t have a conversation partner, you will need something else to respond to. So why not get reading or listening practice at the same time?

      This blog post has some great resources to use for listening or reading practice that’s similar to TOEFL material.

      After listening to a presentation in English or reading an article from an English news site, summarize it out loud or in your head. Try to speak (out loud or in your head) for a full minute about what you read or heard. Summarizing is an incredibly important skill for the TOEFL. If you are speaking out loud, record what you say, then listen to it and try it again with even better pronunciation and with more details the second time. Try to mimic the pronunciation of the speaker, if you are summarizing a presentation. It may sound strange or awkward, or like you are mocking/insulting the native accent, but that’s okay! What feels natural to you will not be correct pronunciation, unless you have years of experience surrounded by native speakers. You have to sound strange and unnatural to change your accent. Try constantly to sound like the native speakers you hear.

      And you can go beyond just summarizing! When reading or listening to a presentation, pause often to give your reaction and opinion on the material. Act like you are having a conversation with the author or speaker, although you are not really talking to them.

      It might seem silly at first, but this is the best way to become comfortable with your speaking skills, gain fluency and improve your confidence 🙂


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