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---------- Listening Section ----------
- A reduced number of Photograph and Question Response questions
- An increased number of Conversation questions
- Conversations that include shorter turns and more exchanges
- More than two speakers in some conversations
- Conversations that include elisions (going to à gonna) and incomplete sentences/fragments (Yes, in a minute; Down the hall; Could you?)
- New question types testing the connection of what is heard in a conversation or talk and what is seen in a graphic
- New question types testing a speaker’s implied meaning in the context of a conversation or talk
---------- Reading Section ----------
- A reduced number of Incomplete Sentence questions
- Two new question-types testing understanding of the overall organization of passages:
- Text completion questions that ask test takers to choose which new sentence fits best in the context of the overall passage
- Set-based questions that ask test takers to understand where in the passage a sentence belongs
- Text messages, instant messages or online chat conversations with multiple writers
- Questions testing the understanding of three related texts
- A small increase in the number of single- and multiple-passage questions
- New questions about understating the writer’s words in context
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