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What's the trip duration when somebody goes on tour two weeks from now and will be gone for the whole week Is this a trick? Or too difficult?

I am now practicing a TOEFL listening section with a textbook.

Now, given such a kind of information like below,

Well, I'm a member of the drama club and we are going to on tour two weeks from now. We are performing Arthur Miller's "The Death Of a Salesman" at hour other colleges. I'll be gone the entire week and I'm afraid I'll miss three classes.

Now the test question is

How long will the student be gone?

Choices are

(A) One week
(B) Two weeks
(c) Three weeks
(d) Four weeks

The answer is (A). I heard the question saying "We are going to on tour two weeks from now." so, I chose (B). But the text says, (A) is correct because (or only because) there was saying I'll be gone the entire week.

Couldn't this question be too difficult or how do you interpret? Personally thinking there 2 contradicting information in the passage, at least it seems to me.

What's the trip duration when somebody goes on tour two weeks from now and will be gone for the whole week?

I am now practicing a TOEFL listening section with a textbook.

Now, given such a kind of information like below,

Well, I'm a member of the drama club and we are going on tour two weeks from now. We are performing Arthur Miller's "The Death Of a Salesman" at other colleges. I'll be gone the entire week and I'm afraid I'll miss three classes.

Now the test question is

How long will the student be gone?

Choices are

(A) One week
(B) Two weeks
(c) Three weeks
(d) Four weeks

The answer is (A). I heard the question saying "We are going to on tour two weeks from now." so, I chose (B). But the text says, (A) is correct because (or only because) there was saying I'll be gone the entire week.

Couldn't this question be too difficult or how do you interpret? Personally thinking there 2 contradicting information in the passage, at least it seems to me.

Is this a trick? Or too difficult?

I am now practicing a TOEFL listening section with a textbook.

Now, given such a kind of information like below,

Well, I'm a member of the drama club and we are going to on tour two weeks from now. We are performing Arthur Miller's "The Death Of a Salesman" at hour other colleges. I'll be gone the entire week and I'm afraid I'll miss three classes.

Now the test question is

How long will the student be gone?

Choices are

(A) One week
(B) Two weeks
(c) Three weeks
(d) Four weeks

The answer is (A). I heard the question saying "We are going to on tour two weeks from now." so, I chose (B). But the text says, (A) is correct because (or only because) there was saying I'll be gone the entire week.

Couldn't this question be too difficult or how do you interpret? Personally thinking there 2 contradicting information in the passage, at least it seems to me.

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I am now practicing a TOEFL listening section with a textbook.

Now, given such a kind of information like below,

Well, I'm a member of the drama club and we are going to on tour two weeks from now. We are performing Arthur Miller's "The Death Of a Salesman" at hour other colleges. I'll be gone the entire week and I'm afraid I'll miss three classes.

Now the test question is

How long will the student be gone?

Choices are

(A) One week
(B) Two weeks
(c) Three weeks
(d) Four weeks

The answer is (A). I heard the question saying "We are going to on tour two weeks from now." so, I chose (B). But the text says, (A) is correct because (or only because) there was saying I'll be gone the entire week.

Couldn't this question be too difficult or how do you interpret? Personally thinking there 2 contradicting information in the passage, at least it seems to me.

I am now practicing a TOEFL listening section with a textbook.

Now, given such a kind of information like below,

Well, I'm a member of the drama club and we are going to on tour two weeks from now. We are performing Arthur Miller's "The Death Of a Salesman" at hour other colleges. I'll be gone the entire week and I'm afraid I'll miss three classes.

Now the test question is

How long will the student be gone?

Choices are

(A) One week
(B) Two weeks
(c) Three weeks
(d) Four weeks

The answer is (A). I heard the question saying "We are going to on tour two weeks from now." so, I chose (B). But the text says, (A) is correct because (or only because) there was saying I'll be gone the entire week.

Couldn't this question be too difficult or how do you interpret? Personally thinking there 2 contradicting information in the passage, at least it seems to me.

I am now practicing a TOEFL listening section with a textbook.

Now, given such a kind of information like below,

Well, I'm a member of the drama club and we are going on tour two weeks from now. We are performing Arthur Miller's "The Death Of a Salesman" at other colleges. I'll be gone the entire week and I'm afraid I'll miss three classes.

Now the test question is

How long will the student be gone?

Choices are

(A) One week
(B) Two weeks
(c) Three weeks
(d) Four weeks

The answer is (A). I heard the question saying "We are going to on tour two weeks from now." so, I chose (B). But the text says, (A) is correct because (or only because) there was saying I'll be gone the entire week.

Couldn't this question be too difficult or how do you interpret? Personally thinking there 2 contradicting information in the passage, at least it seems to me.

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