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In the Listening test, you will be asked to demonstrate how well you understand spoken English. The entire Listening test will last approximately 45 minutes. There are four parts, and directions are given for each part. You must mark your answers on the separate answer sheet. Do not write your answers in your test book.


Directions: For each question in this part, you will hear four statements about a picture in your test book. When you hear the statements, you must select the one statement that best describes what you see in the picture. Then find the number of the question on your answer sheet and mark your answer. The statements will not be printed in your test book and will be spoken only one time.


Directions: You will hear a question or statement and three responses spoken in English. They will not be printed in your test book and will be spoken only one time. Select the best response to the question or statement and mark the letter (A), (B), or (C) on your answer sheet.


Directions: You will hear some conversations between two or more people. You will be asked to answer three questions about what the speakers say in each conversation. Select the best response to each question and mark the letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet. The conversations will not be printed in your test book and will be spoken only one time.


Directions: You will hear some talks given by a single speaker. You will be asked to answer three questions about what the speaker says in each talk. Select the best response to each question and mark the letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet. The talks will not be printed in your test book and will be spoken only one time.


In the Reading test, you will read a variety of texts and answer several different types of reading comprehension questions. The entire Reading test will last 75 minutes. There are three parts, and directions are given for each part. You are encouraged to answer as many questions as possible within the time allowed. You must mark your answers on the separate answer sheet. Do not write your answers in the test book.


Directions: A word or phrase is missing in each of the sentences below. Four answer choices are given below each sentence. Select the best answer to complete the sentence. Then mark the letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet.


Directions: Read the texts that follow. A word, phrase or sentence is missing in parts of each text. Four answer choices for each question are given below the text. Select the best answer to complete the text. Then mark the letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet.


Directions: In this part you will read a selection of texts, such as magazine and newspaper articles, e-mails, and instant messages. Each text or set of texts is followed by several questions. Select the best answer for each question and mark the letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet.
Questions 147-148 refer to the following advertisement

Reading text:

This Amazing World Photography Competition

The monthly travel magazine This Amazing World is offering a discounted subscription rate for those who sign up during the month of November. This Amazing World has been in print for over 30 years and offers readers insider tips and expert know-how to help you plan the vacation of your dreams. The magazine includes vacation package advertisements, reviews from travelers, and insightful essays to introduce you to various cultures, cuisines, and travel destinations.

Submit your travel photos to our This Amazing World Photography Competition for a chance to win a fantastic vacation to Scotland! The winner of the top prize will receive round-trip tickets and a $2,000 travel voucher for a hotel stay for two people.

147. What is mentioned about the magazine?
148. What is suggested about the competition?
Questions 149-151 refer to the following text message chain

Reading text:

Liz Bradley 8:14
Sir, the arrangements have been made for your meeting with Mr. Johnson tomorrow afternoon. I've reserved a table for two at Sheraton Restaurant at 1:00 P.M.


Bernie Gibbs 8:17
Thank you. And have you compiled the reports that I'll need at the meeting?


Liz Bradley 8:18
Most of them, yes. I'm still waiting for Michael Steel's report. He told me that he would have them ready for me sometime this morning.


Bernie Gibbs 8:20
Well, they should have been completed last night. Can you contact him and see what's going on?

(Michael Steel has been added to the conversation 8:26)

Liz Bradley 8:27
Michael, Mr. Gibbs wants to know where the reports are. Are you finished with them?


Michael Steel 8:28
I apologize for the delay. Our intern accidentally deleted some files. I had to scour the database to locate the backup material. It was a bit of a headache sorting through the files that I needed but I think I have everything organized and I'm printing them out now.


Liz Bradley 8:29
Can you bring them to me as soon as you're done?


Michael Steel 8:30
Of course. I'll be there in 10 minutes.

149. Who most likely is Liz Bradley?
150. Why was Michael Steel added to the conversation?
151. What does Michael imply when he says he "had to scour the database to locate the backup material"?
Questions 152-153 refer to the following web page

Reading text:


Turner & Co.

158 Baskin Road, Redwood Bay, UK
Phone: 243-555-1541


Turner & Co. has produced beautiful, energy-efficient windows that meet the taste and expectations of our customers since its founding in 1949. When you choose Turner & Co., you are buying more than just a window. You will be receiving the excellent services of our professionals who have been performing superb work for decades. We are passionate about helping you choose a quality window that exactly fits the specifications of your home. Additionally, we are fully committed to environmental protection and have recently been recognized for our sustainable business practices by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

152. What is being advertised?
153. What is indicated about Turner & Co.?
Questions 154-155 refer to the following text message

Reading text:

From: Sam Bell
To: Jane Brooks

Jane, please let me know Mr. Fraser's phone number. He has some data I need right now. I am a little behind schedule on the monthly financial report, and I need to dedicate all my time to it today.

154. Why was the message sent?
155. What is indicated about Mr. Bell?
Questions 156-158 refer to the following article

Reading text:

SEOUL (July 19) - Breamin's Group opened the doors to its first B&G clothing shop on the famed Abgujeong Rodeo street in South Korea to long lines of frantic shoppers. -[1]- The frenzy was over the limited edition line designed by Marichio Bucci in partnership with B&G. Within just a couple of hours of opening the doors, most of the Bucci design items were sold out. Similar reports of chaos and empty shelves which once held items from the Bucci line were echoed in major cities around the world including New York, London, Tokyo, and Milan. -[2]- Although B&G has released limited edition collaborations with other famous designers, this is the first time that B&G shops have reported a complete depletion of items within hours of its release. The Bucci and B&G collaboration is the most successful to date and, already, talks are in progress over future collaborations for more clothing lines. -[3]- Meanwhile in Seoul, shoppers who were unable to purchase from the Bucci line were disappointed but excited to have the popular retailer open in Korea. -[4]-

156. What is indicated about B&G?
157. What is reported about the Bucci and B&G collaboration?
158. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3] and [4] does the following sentence belong? "This is a first for the company since all previous limited designer edition lines were simply a one-time partnership."
Questions 159-161 refer to the following memo

Reading text:


To: All Staff
From: Elizabeth Paine
Date: January 24
Subject: Sick Leave

Attention employees,

We are going to make adjustments to our policies concerning sick leave here at Zimnet Corporation. We are considering reducing the number of paid vacation days and instead increasing the number of paid sick days available to employees. Before we make any changes, we would like to gather the opinions of employees on this matter. Please e-mail Tony Nugent at tonynugent@zimnet.com. He will be collecting and analyzing your responses. Afterward, Management will produce a corresponding policy proposal by February 24. Once the proposal has been made, a meeting will be called to discuss its implementation among all of our employees. I hope this process can be helpful to all of our employees, and please be active in your participation.


Elizabeth Paine

159. What is the purpose of the memo?
160. Who most likely is Mr. Nugent?
161. According to the memo, what will Ms. Paine probably do soon after February 24?
Questions 162-165 refer to the following text message chain

Reading text:

Penny Jones 3:27
I just got a call from Martin that his client Mr. Patrick would like to have his order two weeks earlier than originally planned. So, by next week Monday essentially. Do you think this is possible? I'd like your input.


Karen Norman 3:28
There's no problem on our end. Most of the leather has already been cut. We've already sent many of the pieces to be sewn. The rest of the work should take a couple of hours.


Neil Park 3:29
The handles are complete and about half the bags are near completion. I'll get them to Lauren soon. I think we should be able to finish sewing the bags by tomorrow evening.


Penny Jones 3:30
I'm glad to hear that most of the handbags are almost finished. Lauren, how long will it take to get the hardware attached or sewn in?


Lauren Nichols 3:31
We're currently working on the Jenk and Cenk twin's orders...


Penny Jones 3:32
We have more than enough time to complete the twin's orders so I can authorize your workers to put aside that project for now. How long will Mr. Patrick's order take?


Lauren Nichols 3:33
The zippers need to be sewn in but the studs will be glued, which makes the work easier. I think we need about a day.


Kevin Harding 3:34
It'll take us only a couple of hours to have the order packaged safely to be shipped.


Penny Jones 3:35
Thank you so much. I'll let our client know.

162. What kind of business does the client most likely own?
163. According to the conversation, whose department must complete the work first?
164. At 3:31, why does Lauren Nichols say "We're currently working on the Jenk and Cenk twin's orders"?
165. What will Penny Jones most likely tell Mr. Patrick?
Questions 166-168 refer to the following notice

Reading text:

Business Hours in Early March

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
2:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M. 3:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M.-10:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M

Due to the current construction on Shilling Street, we have been forced to revise our business hours for the first week in March (see the chart above.) During the morning hours, the construction makes it difficult for customers to reach our location by car. We will be extending our evening hours to accommodate this change. Additionally, due to the construction, our parking lot is also currently inaccessible. Therefore, during this period, customers are asked to utilize public parking spaces available on Patch Street. We apologize for this inconvenience and strive to be back to normal soon.

166. What is being announced?
167. When most likely is the construction NOT being performed?
168. Why are customers asked to go to Patch Street?
Questions 169-171 refer to the following advertisement

Reading text:

For Sale by Owner

Palmer Standard Cabin Yacht

Asking price: $45,000 or best offer

Basic Specifications:
This boat was built four years ago. It is 12 feet wide by 36 feet long. The hull is made of fiberglass, making it light yet strong. The boat includes 2 double bedrooms as well as a sleeper sofa, kitchen, and bathroom.

This boat is very stable and offers a spacious deck. It is perfect for large families and social gatherings. It includes an eight-speaker sound system with USB connectivity. It also has a lockable storage compartment where personal belongings can be kept.

Additional Information:
I have owned and operated this boat for three and a half years. The boat comes with a five-year warranty that still has one and a half years remaining. The warranty is transferable to the buyer upon purchase.

If you would like to see or test-ride the boat, contact Gary Thompson at 654-555-8715.

169. What is indicated about the Palmer Standard Cabin Yacht?
170. What is NOT mentioned as a feature of the Palmer Standard Cabin Yacht?
171. What most likely is true about Mr. Thompson?
Questions 172-175 refer to the following letter

Reading text:

Travel & Recreation
123 Gilmore Street
Orange County, CA 48857

November 15
Mr. Peter Kang
3820 Rivervalley Heights
Seattle, WA 19387

Dear Mr. Kang,

We at Travel & Recreation thank you for your subscription to our magazine. As you have been a long time subscriber, I am excited to inform you about our new subscription plan for our VIP members. -[1]- As a member, you will continue to receive monthly editions of our magazine and access to our new online e-magazine services. You can simply download a digital version of the print magazine to any mobile device at no extra cost. -[2]- Furthermore, you can access background information about our authors, journalists, and guest writers, as well as detailed information about the locations and places that are covered in the magazine. In addition, you can access the recipes to the most popular restaurants around the world and, most exciting of all, we will hold an exclusive competition for our VIP members with a chance to win a trip for two to Hawaii. -[3]- Our regular subscribers, as well as VIP members, will have a chance to win a dining experience at 5-star restaurant Bellisimo.

Again we thank you for your continued support and we hope you enjoy the many changes we have made to our services as we strive to entertain and educate our loyal subscribers. -[4]- Please fill out the application form that is attached to this letter. Please check which subscription plan you wish to join. If you send in a $100 fee, you will receive the regular subscription plan. If you send in a $200 fee, you will become a VIP member.

We appreciate your support and hope to hear from you soon.

Victoria Adams

172. Why was a letter sent to Mr. Kang?
173. What did Ms. Adams send with the letter?
174. The term "at no extra cost" is closest in meaning to:
175. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3] and [4] does the following sentence belong? "Your subscription expires next month, but we invite you to consider joining our VIP membership."
Questions 176-180 refer to the following invoice and e-mail

Reading text 1:

Taylor Fabrics

Ordered by: Tammy Fleck Order taken by: Craig Dell
Order date: August 11 Estimated delivery date: August 14-16
Delivery address: 628 Green Circle Drive, Austin, TX 78701
E-mail: tfleck@capnet.com Mobile phone: (512) 555-9782

Quantity Item Description Price
4 yards Fabric 10 Solid white $28.00
5 yards Fabric 38 Floral pattern $50.00
6 yards Fabric 41 Checkered pattern $48.00
2 yards Fabric 48 Leopard pattern $30.00
Tax $15.60
Shipping $12.00
Total $183.60
Payment method: Billed to credit card account ending in 4680
If you have questions about your order, please e-mail us at customerservice@taylorfabfics.com. All of our packages sent within the United States are guaranteed to arrive within 10 days of order confirmation. If they don't arrive on time, we promise to reimburse you for 30% of your total purchase.

Reading text 2:

To: customerservice@taylorfabrics.com
From: Tammy Fleck (tfleck@capnet.com)
Date: August 25
Subject: Delivery Delay

Dear Customer Service,

I received my order from Taylor Fabrics yesterday that I placed two weeks ago. Not only was the package delivered later than promised, but one of my orders was incorrectly shipped. The invoice correctly reflects my wish to receive 5 yards of the floral pattern fabric, but only 2 yards of it were delivered. Because of this error, I won't be able to complete the dress I was making for my friend's birthday. I am very disappointed.

Once this issue has been resolved and the additional fabric has been sent, please send a text message to my mobile phone.

Thank you,

Tammy Fleck

176. Who most likely is Mr. Dell?
177. What is implied about Ms. Fleck?
178. Why did Ms. Fleck send the e-mail?
179. Which fabric will Ms. Fleck need more of to make a dress?
180. How should Taylor Fabrics customer service contact Ms. Fleck?
Questions 181-185 refer to the following advertisement and e-mail

Reading text 1:

Next Month at the Belmont Historical Society

Documentary Film Night: "Exploring the Arctic"
May 5, Spruce Theater

Photo Exhibition: "America in the 20th Century"
Opening Night, May 9, Linda Cameron Art Gallery

Author Talk: Glen Campbell, "The Culture of Early America"
May 14, Chris Charlton Auditorium

Musical Performance: "American Folk Masters"
May 22, Spruce Theater

Children and seniors are allowed free entry to all events. Additionally, if you pay the registration fee and become a member of the Belmont Historical Society on our website, you can attend any event free of charge.

For questions about booking group visits, contact David Smith at dsmith@belmonthistoricalsociety.com. For more details regarding upcoming events and venue locations, or to rent one of our venues, visit us at www.belmonthistoricalsociety.com.

Reading text 2:

To: David Smith (dsmith@belmonthistoricalsociety.com)
From: Jared Tate (jtate@clarkuniversity.com)
Date: April 22
Subject: Group Visit

Dear Mr. Smith,

Hello, my name is Jared Tate and I am a professor in the History Department at Clark University in downtown Maryville.

I am teaching an introductory history course for freshmen this semester, and I thought it would be helpful to attend the event featuring Mr. Campbell. His talk is very pertinent to the subjects we are currently covering in class.

I was also wondering if it would be possible to arrange a question-and-answer session between Mr. Campbell and my group of about 50 students. Please tell him that we are looking forward to seeing him.

I appreciate your reading my e-mail and I hope to hear back from you soon.

Jared Tate

History Department, Clark University

181. What is indicated about the Belmont Historical Society?
182. What most likely is Mr. Tate currently teaching?
183. What is NOT mentioned as being available on the Belmont Historical Society website?
184. In the e-mail, the word "introductory" is closest in meaning to
185. What does Mr. Tate request?
Questions 186-190 refer to the following schedule and e-mails

Reading text 1:

Newton Library

April Program and Events Schedule

Date and Time Event Location Additional Notes
April 2
7:00 P.M.
A trip to the Past: Silent Film Series Decker Hall Join us for a viewing of several films showcasing early American film history.
April 5
3:00 P.M.
Youth Creative Writing Workshop Youth Wing, Room 304 Open to all students in high school who want to improve their writing skills.
April 10
11:00 A.M.
Beginner English Conversation Club Education Center, Room 102 Join other adults who are learning to speaking English. This class is free.
April 16
5:00 P.M.
Never Too Late to Learn Media Lab, Room 202 Learning to use a computer is not just for young people. Join us are we explore the sea of information, using computers. (For senior citizens)
April 29
10:00 A.M.
Story Play Youth Wing, Room 301 Play with toys and hear a story. (For ages 0-5)

We would like to thank all of you who made financial donations that allowed for the purchase of new laptops and the construction of the Media Lab.

Reading text 2:

To: Richard White (rwhite@newtonlibrary.edu)
From: Linda Carter (lcarter121@seprus.com)
Date: April 1
Subject: Beginner English Conversation Club

Hi Mr. White,

My name is Linda Carter and I am the instructor for the Beginner English Conversation Club to be held on April 10. I noticed that the library recently built the Media Lab with funds raised by library patrons. I was hoping to change classrooms in order to use my new educational resources by integrating computers into my English conversation class. Could you please reschedule my class to be provided in the same classroom as Never Too Late to Learn instead of the Education Center? I think my students will appreciate the practical English skills they can learn on computers. Also, could you please send an e-mail to all of the students who have signed up for the class? They will need to be informed about the room change.

Thank you in advance for your assistance,

Linda Carter

Reading text 3:

To: Richard White (rwhite@newtonlibrary.edu)
From: Linda Carter (lcarter121@seprus.com)
Date: April 2
Subject: Room Change

Dear Ms. Carter,

I would be happy to move your Beginners English Conversation course to the classroom with the updated media lab; for your reference, this is room 3A. Unfortunately, I do not have the emails for all of the students who signed up for your course. Many students only provided their names. I could post a sign at the entrance to the library advertising your course and make a note of the room change, if that would be acceptable for you. Please let me know if you would like me to do this.

Thank you and all the best,

Richard White
Library Projects Coordinator

186. What is suggested about Newton Library?
187. What event is most suited for film students?
188. In the first e-mail, the word "held" is closest in meaning to
189. Why can't Richard White send students an e-mail?
190. What is Richard White's solution to the problem of informing Linda's students about the room change?
Questions 191-195 refer to the following e-mail, article and sign-up sheet

Reading text 1:

To: Tony Walker
From: Suzie Mason (smason@icmcorp.com)
Date: May 4
Subject: Summer Calendar
Attachment: budget.doc

Dear Mr. Walker,

I am finalizing the calendar of summer events for our company. Because we went over budget last year on employee appreciation events, I think it would be wise to find more affordable recreational activities. Attached is a breakdown of projected expenses for summer events that I have planned.

July 6: Anchorage Flower Festival
July 22: Art in the Park at Lawrence Park
August 6: Bicycle Tours of the Anchorage Countryside
August 19: Horseback Riding at Sweet Meadow Ranch

I have scheduled fewer outdoor activities this year compared to last year. This year I would like to take advantage of a new outdoor recreational opportunity that I read about on the Anchorage Reporter website. You can read the article by clicking on this link: www.anchoragereporter.com/new_trails.

Please let me know your opinion,

Suzie Mason
Human Resources Manager

Reading text 2:

Anchorage Reporter
Bike Tours of the Anchorage Countryside to Start August 6

May 2—The Anchorage Bike Club will be hosting an annual bike riding event this summer, beginning on August 6 and running through August 7. The event will start at 10:00 A.M. on both days at the Anchorage Community Center. If you are driving vehicle to the starting point, it would be better to use the parking lot behind the community center.

Anchorage Bike Club President Jean Frost stated, "The rides will range from 5 to 20 miles and will take bikers through scenic areas in Anchorage. Overall, the bike tours will go ahead at a leisurely pace so that bikers of all skill levels can participate. However, local bikers with ample experience might lead a faster-paced group."

Bikers in the tours will learn about riding techniques, bicycle maintenance, and proper nutrition half an hour before the event starts. All participants must have biking helmets on. They are also encouraged to bring their own water to prevent dehydration while biking.

Reading text 3:


If you intend to participate in the August 6 bicycle tour, please write down your name, department, and level of experience or fitness. If we have enough people sign up as advanced, we can coordinate two separate tours. If there are not enough for two tours, we would like to encourage all riders to stay together so that everyone can join in the team building exercises we have planned. Thank you for your participation and we look forward to seeing everyone at the event!

Name Department Fitness/experience
Tom Cruz Sales Beginner
Vin Jones Inventory Beginner
Sally Jenkins Inventory Beginner
Barbara Blaster Reception Advanced
Hope Kinski Sales Beginner

191. What does Ms. Mason suggest doing?
192. What date does Ms. Mason suggest for this year's new activity?
193. In what section of the website would the article most likely appear?
194. Based upon the Bicycle Tour Sign-up Sheet, what can we infer about the upcoming bicycle tour?
195. What will Barbara Blaster most likely do on the bicycle tour?
Questions 196-200 refer to the following form and e-mails

Reading text 1:

Four Seasons Apparel Outlet

All returns must be sent back to Four Seasons Apparel Outlet within 7 days of delivery. They can be exchanged for a different item or returned for a refund. If you choose a refund, we will credit the card used for purchase.

Individuals with official memberships can utilize our delivery tracking service and receive frequent shopper discounts.

Return shipment(s) to:
Four Seasons Apparel Outlet, 144 Fenton Rd., Denver, CO 80725 (303-555-4387)

Check the option that best describes your problem:
__Product contained a defect or damage __Product did not match expectations
_Wrong item was delivered Other__________

Personal Information:
Name: Sally Nelson Order Number: 2245 Phone: 432-555-6729
Address: 2154 Oak St, Denver, CO 80725 E-mail: snelson@clandon.net
Exchange __Refund
I ordered a medium-sized Snowy Christmas Sweater from your online store on April 22, but I mistakenly receive a small-sized one. I would like to exchange it for the correct one.

Reading text 2:

From: Debra Clarke (debraclarke@fourseasons.com)
To: Sally Nelson (snelson@clandon.net)
Date: April 30
Subject: Exchange

Dear Ms. Nelson,

We have received your request to exchange the sweater you purchased. We sincerely apologize for this mistake. We shipped the correct item immediately as per your request. Your shipment can be tracked on our website using the following tracking number: 447H57J.

Because this was our mistake, we have returned $7 to your credit card in order to reimburse you for the return shipping costs. Please check your balance to confirm this.

If you experience any future problems with this order, you may call me at 303-555-4387. I will help you solve any problem that may arise.

Debra Clarke

Reading text 3:

To: Sally Nelson (snelson@clandon.net)
From: Debra Clarke (debraclarke@fourseasons.com)
Date: May 4
Subject: Return Error

Dear Ms. Clarke,

I was glad to receive your email regarding my return and am thankful that Four Seasons was thoughtful enough to refund my shipping cost.

That being said, I checked my account and have received the promised refund. Additionally, the new sweater that was sent to me was the right size, but I had ordered the Snowy Christmas design. What I received was Winter Festival. They are both nice sweaters, but my husband really liked Snowy Christmas better. Could you please send the design that I originally ordered? I will send the Winter Festival sweater back after I receive the correct order and my shipping refund.

Thank you!

Sally Nelson

196. What problem with the original shipment does Ms. Nelson report?
197. In the e-mail from Debra Clarke, the phrase "as per" is closest in meaning to
198. What is indicated about Ms. Nelson?
199. What problem with the replacement shipment does Ms. Nelson report?
200. When will Ms. Nelson return her Winter Festival sweater?
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