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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 notice

Reading text:

Fastest Fleet


Visit our Web site at www.fastestfleet.com/feedback and fill out the 5-minute questionnaire. You could win one of 10 FREE round-trip bus trips to any destination within the continental United States!

You must be 18 or older to participate. Only customers who have previously traveled with Fastest Fleet are eligible to enter.

147. Where would the notice likely be seen?
148. What are customers asked to do?
Questions 149-150 refer to the following online chat discussion

Reading text:

Daniel Mather (9:38 A.M.)
Hi Sue, are you working at home today?


Susan Maldini (9:39 A.M.)
No, but I'm at an off-site meeting. What's up?


Daniel Mather (9:41 A.M.)
The manager asked me to make hard copies of some contract agreements for our records. I forgot my printer card at home. Could I borrow yours?


Susan Maldini (9:42 A.M.)
Sure thing. It's in the business card holder on my desk.


Daniel Mather (9:55 A.M.)
Okay, done. Thank you! I put it back on your desk.

149. What task was Mr. Mather given?
150. At 9:42 A.M., what does Ms. Maldini most likely mean when she writes "Sure thing"?
Questions 151-152 refer to the following memo

Reading text:


To: Westhauser Laboratories Staff
From: Area manager
Date: March 22
Re: Break-time beverages

Beginning immediately, staff members are asked to contribute toward the cost of hot beverages available in our kitchenette. For each cup of coffee or tea you pour for yourself, we are requesting that you leave fifty cents. Please note that this amount is still far less than what you would pay at the cafe next to our building.

Each time you prepare a beverage, just place your payment in the marked can on the counter next to the sink. As in the past, a variety of high-quality tea and coffee supplies will be made available, and products will be restocked monthly. Your understanding is appreciated so that everyone can continue to enjoy conveniently located hot beverages throughout the workday.

151. What is the purpose of the memo?
152. What are staff members asked to do?
Questions 153-155 refer to the following notice

Reading text:

Attention Milwaukee Modern Art Museum Visitors

The Meacham Room is closed temporarily as we prepare the space for the Modern Artist Showcase, which will run from April 1 to June 30.

We encourage you to return to experience this much-anticipated exhibit that will feature paintings, sculpture, and multimedia works by acclaimed international artists such as Sally Acosta, Frank Kember, Kimberly Hong, and Matilda Breeland. Of note is newcomer Theodore Carmody's sculpture collection that was dubbed "most exciting debut of the decade" by Ethan Lerner, renowned and respected critic of the Ireland Arts Chronicle. More information about the featured artists and the exhibit can be found at www.milwaukeemodernart.org. Or download our museum app to keep current with all upcoming events.

153. What is indicated about the museum?
154. Who is Ms. Breeland?
155. Who was praised by Mr. Lerner?
Questions 156-157 refer to the following form

Reading text:

Change of Work Order

General Contractor:
Howard Kleiber. Mercrest Construction
106 Pickens Way. Columbus. OH 43211

Property Owner: Oscar Copeland. 866 Andell Road, Columbus, OH 43215

Project Start Date: July 10

Project End Date: July 15

The contractor is hereby instructed to make the following changes to the contract documents:
Description of Work Added/Deleted:
Client will now be supplying the countertops and faucet in addition to the kitchen cabinets. Therefore, the total project cost will be adjusted to only include the cost of installation.

Original Contract Price: $3,496

Net Reduction from Previous Contract: -$2,412

Total Project Cost with Approved Changes: $1,084

Revised Payment Schedule:
15% of total project cost ($162) is due upfront to secure contractor. $222 is due on project start date, and the remainder ($700) is due upon project completion

Accepted by:

Contractor: Howard Kleiber

Property Owner: Oscar Copeland

156. Why has the price of a project been adjusted?
157. How much money will Mr. Copeland most likely give Mr. Kleiber on July 15?
Questions 158-160 refer to the following e-mail

Reading text:

To: Dahlia Pawar (dpawar@bronsonco.ca)
From: Anna Bondell (abondell@noaaa.com)
Subject: Information
Date: August 25

Dear Ms. Pawar:

Thank you for your continued membership in the North American Architects Association. I'm writing to remind you that preregistration for the annual conference closes on September 15. -[1]-. This year's conference features more than 100 sessions, an exhibit hall, and special workshops. -[2]-.

Preregistration will save you $30 off the regular registration fee. -[3]-. At the same time, you'll be able to sign up in advance for a group tour of the city and for the VIP Banquet, which always fills up quickly. Visit our Web site to register online. -[4]-. If you prefer to register by telephone, contact us at 1-249-555-0177. Please have your membership number available.

Looking forward to seeing you in Mexico City!


Anna Bondell
Membership Coordinator

158. What most likely is Ms. Pawar's occupation?
159. What is NOT a benefit of conference preregistration?
160. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "You will also find the complete conference program there."
Questions 161-164 refer to the following online chat discussion

Reading text:

File Meet Now Tools Help

Kurt Webber (4:30 P.M.)
Jake and I are grabbing a bite to eat after work, around 5:30. Anyone care to join us?

Davi Avril (4:31 P.M.)
Maybe. I still have some work to do on the midyear report. Where are you planning to go?

Kurt Webber (4:32 P.M.)
We're thinking of trying the new Mexican place on Slate Road. It's called Ocho Coronas.

Tim Foxx (4:33 P.M.)
You're out of luck. That place closed a few days ago.

Kurt Webber (4:34 P.M.)
That's too bad. I heard great things about it.

Tim Foxx (4:36 P.M.)
How about Lotus Tacos around the corner? They always have a special menu on Fridays.

Kurt Webber (4:37 P.M.)
That would be great. Do you want to go to Lotus Tacos, Jake?

Davi Avril (4:38 P.M.)
OK, but I won't be able to get there till about six.

Jake Rivas (4:39 P.M.)
Sounds good to me. And Davi, I just sent you the updated figures for the report.

161. What are the writers discussing?
162. What information does Mr. Foxx provide about Ocho Coronas?
163. At 4:34 P.M., why most likely does Mr. Webber write, "That's too bad"?
164. What does Mr. Avril decide to do?
Questions 165-167 refer to the following letter

Reading text:

Multinational Voice Magazine
PO Box 17999
Auckland 1546

Tuata Wehi
16 Page Street
Wellington 6023

Dear Mr. Wehi,

On 25 March, your three-month trial subscription to Multinational Voice Magazine will expire. To continue to receive this vital news resource, please fill out the postage-paid renewal card included with this letter and mail it in before the end of this month. You may select from a three-month, six-month, one-year, or two-year subscription. Do note that our two-year offer is by far the most economical. Also, the one- and two-year options include the "Notable People of the Year" special edition.

Thank you once again for choosing Multinational Voice Magazine. We continually strive to provide the best commentary on global affairs from a New Zealand perspective. To provide your feedback, please visit www.mvmagazine.co.nz and fill out our online comment form.

Estelle Pearson, Customer Service Representative

165. Why was the letter sent to Mr. Wehi?
166. For about how long has Mr. Wehi been receiving Multinational Voice Magazine?
167. What is one thing that Mr. Wehi is encouraged to do?
Questions 168-171 refer to the following e-mail

Reading text:


From: info@morganairportshuttle.com
To: tgrant@tivimail.com
Subject: re: Suitcase on board
Date: January 19

Dear Mr. Grant,

Thanks for your inquiry. There are a number of suitcases in our storeroom that match the description you provided, but we have not found one bearing a name tag identifying you as the owner. You will need to come over and find yours on-site at 620 Baker St. Please note that you will be asked to indicate what time your bus left the airport terminal or, better yet, to present your ticket if you still have it.

We are open 6 A.M.-10 P.M. every day. Please do not delay. Due to the large number of items found by our drivers, we have no choice but to limit storage time to 7 days only, after which we dispose of the item.


Gina Steiner
Morgan Airport Shuttle

168. Where does Ms. Steiner work?
169. What did Mr. Grant most likely inquire about?
170. What information will Mr. Grant be asked to provide?
171. What is Mr. Grant advised to do?
Questions 172-175 refer to the following article

Reading text:

Spectacular Bridge Created with Super Cranes

By Marcia Brunon

March 14

Five years ago, the town of Stonewell, situated at the foot of the Marshall Mountains, decided to finance the building of a bridge across the Stonewell River. It was planned as a much-needed northern route for the town. -[1]-. The efficiency of the project was directly attributable to two RWC451 cranes, manufactured by Ronsonworks, a company based in England.

The two identical tower cranes were owned by the construction firm Redding Builders. One crane was assembled at the south bank of the river, while the other one was placed on a concrete pylon in the center of the Stonewell River. -[2]-. The assembly of the second crane was particularly challenging, as it required the use of another crane on a floating barge.

"Any large project is going to require unforeseen adjustments that may disrupt an official construction schedule," said Roger Lee, chief engineer of Redding Builders. -[3]-. In this case, the metal anchors that connected the bridge to the pylons were determined to be too small. The new anchors weighed 22 tons, which is within the safe lifting capacity of an RWC451 crane. -[4]-. Engineers reinforced the existing cranes for extra security, and the cranes performed well.

Today, this postcard-worthy bridge is the pride of Stonewell, featuring viewing platforms for pedestrians, hikers, and visitors at the base of each pier overlooking the mountainous valley. Construction materials and colors harmonize beautifully with the local environment. All design elements, including the piers, viewing platforms, and railings, complement the natural landscape, making the bridge a hit with everyone from hikers to the truck drivers who now include it in their regular route.

172. What is mentioned about the cranes?
173. What is indicated by Mr. Lee?
174. What is NOT suggested about the Stonewell Bridge?
175. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "The project, which was expected to take four years, was completed in less than three."
Questions 176-180 refer to the following memo and schedule

Reading text 1:

To: Absalom and Twigg Law Firm employees
From: Shawna Montgomery, Office Manager
Subject: March plans
Sent: February 12
Attachment: Schedule

As most of you are aware, our schedule will be a bit challenging during the first week in March. Various rooms and offices will need to be vacated for certain periods to allow work crews to repaint, recarpet, and replace old furniture. Affected employees will need to box up all their office items by 3 P.M. on the day before their room is scheduled for work (please see the attached schedule). Two teams of workers will be on-site, so more than one room at a time will need to be vacated. Note that any rooms due for work on Monday must be packed up and vacated by Friday afternoon, February 27.

Boxes will be provided. Leave your boxes in the rooms for the work crews to remove. Please label them with your name and office number so that the crews can return them to the correct offices once the work is complete.

Please make arrangements to continue working on your assignments while the work crews are in your rooms. The conference room (Room 409) will remain available to be used as a workspace during the entire week. Another possible option is to request permission from your supervisor to telecommute for one or two days.

Please have patience with these temporary inconveniences and do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.

Reading text 2:

WORK SCHEDULE-March 2 to March 6
MONDAY, March 2 Room 401 (Meeting room) Room 403 (Allie Stevens & Matt Beale)
TUESDAY, March 3
WEDNESDAY, March 4 Room 402 (Marlene Asbury & Luke Roe) Room 408 (Meeting room)
FRIDAY, March 6 Room 407 (Jung Li) Room 404 (Elliot Hagburg & Ana Keller)

176. Why was the memo sent to employees?
177. What are employees instructed to do?
178. What is stated about Room 409?
179. When should Ms. Asbury be ready to vacate her office?
180. What is suggested about Mr. Hagburg?
Questions 181-185 refer to the following flyer and form

Reading text 1:

Livrou Farm
Fresh Organic Produce-From Our Farm to Your Home

Livrou Farm in Bromont, Quebec, invites you to participate in its community-supported agriculture program. Members enjoy fresh farm produce during our growing season from June to November.

Sign up for a farm share and receive these benefits:
• More than 30 varieties of in-season vegetables, fruits, and herbs, harvested by our farm staff and prepared for you to pick up at our barn
A selection of pick-your-own strawberries, apples, and other fruits
Access to our member Web site with recipes, farm updates, and a farm newsletter
Discounts on events at the farm, such as the annual summer music festival. Events typically cost $15, but members pay $10.

Members pick up their shares once a week at the farm. A full-size share is $700 per season, and a half-size share is $350. Half-size shareholders receive half the amount of produce each week. All other benefits remain the same.

Our farm produce is grown without the use of pesticides or herbicides, and we use only naturally occurring fertilizers. For more information or to register for a membership, please see our Web site at www.livroufarm.ca.

Reading text 2:


Livrou Farm

Membership | Home | Locations | Reviews

Name: Julien Bernard
Address: 78 Dorion Street, Bromont, QC J2L 2K7

First choice pick-up day: Thursday ☒ Friday ☐ Saturday ☐ Sunday ☐
Second choice pick-up day: Thursday ☐ Friday ☒ Saturday ☐ Sunday ☐
Size of share: Full ☐ Half ☒

NOTE: Pick-up is between 3 P.M. and 6 P.M

Please provide the names of other individuals in your household. These are the only other individuals who will be permitted to pick up your weekly share.

Names: Margaux Bernard, Laurent Bernard

Click HERE to enter payment information on the next page.

181. What is the purpose of the flyer?
182. What is suggested about the workers at Livrou Farm?
183. What is NOT indicated about Livrou Farm?
184. What is true about Mr. Bernard's membership?
185. How much should Mr. Bernard pay for the membership?
Questions 186-190 refer to the following advertisements and e-mail

Reading text 1:


Professional Seeking Apartment in Burlington
Jorge Janssen (jjanssen@blitzer.com)

Topic: Real Estate and Housing
Date: June 23

I accepted a new position in Burlington and need to relocate near the downtown area before my start date on August 15. I'm seeking a simple, clean, one-bedroom rental or larger, depending on price. A relaxing location with outdoor seating for entertaining friends or family would be a plus. I do have a car, but I'd appreciate having good access to public transportation. I have a budget of around $1,400 monthly to cover all housing costs, including utilities.

Reading text 2:


Apartment for Rent in Burlington
Eloise McMahon (mcmahonrental@hmail.com)

Topic: Real Estate and Housing
Date: June 23

Be the first to rent this two-bedroom apartment upon completion of extensive renovations. This property is anticipated to be move-in ready on August 1. It will feature a clean modern look, new floors throughout, and all-new appliances. The apartment is situated downtown, and students are welcome as it's less than ten minutes by bus to Denton University. On-street parking is available with a decal from the City Transportation Office. Cats or small dogs are potentially permitted, but with conditions, so please inquire. $1,400 rent also pays for water, sewer, garbage pickups, and general upkeep of the property. Electricity and natural gas will be the responsibility of the tenant. A one-time security deposit equal to one month's rent should be paid upon signing the rental agreement.

Reading text 3:

To: Eloise McMahon (mcmahonrental@hmail.com)
From: Jorge Janssen (jjanssen @blitzer.com)
Re: Apartment
Date: June 24

Dear Ms. McMahon,

I noticed your rental listing on communitylinkforum.org. From the description it sounds as if it may be just what I've been looking for. I'm eager to look over the apartment, and I just happen to be in Burlington all this week. My last day in town will be Sunday, June 30. If the place suits me, I'd want to move in the same day that it's expected to be available. The timing would be perfect! I hope to hear from you soon.

Thank you.

Jorge Janssen
(802) 555-0122

186. Why is Mr. Janssen relocating?
187. What aspect of the property does NOT match Mr. Janssen's preferences?
188. For what situation does Ms. McMahon mention that she will need additional information?
189. Why does Mr. Janssen send the e-mail?
190. When does Mr. Janssen wish to start living in the residence?
Questions 191-195 refer to the following product description, customer review, and online response

Reading text 1:

Kitchenware Utopia Food Processor-Model C3
You will never need to buy another food processor! Our best-selling model, the C3, is made of high-quality plastic and easy-to-clean stainless steel.

FEATURES The unique blade design and powerful motor make this a professional-grade appliance, ideal for busy restaurants of any size.

WARRANTY We include a seven-year warranty on all parts and labor -a reassurance to you that our food processor will last a long time.

Special purchase price: $319.00/KU Club Members: $299.00

Reading text 2:


Rating: *****
Review: This product is amazing! I work as a caterer, and I've used a lot of different food processors. Kitchenware Utopia's C3 is by far the best I've found. Its motor is very powerful, and the many different blades and settings make it extremely versatile. The settings are also straightforward. It's expensive but well worth the investment, and since I'm a loyalty club member, the price was reasonable. My only complaint would be that it's very heavy and therefore not as portable as I'd hoped. Overall, though, I'm exceptionally satisfied with this product.

Posted by Eli Perles on March 27

Reading text 3:

We are very glad to hear you are happy with our C3 food processor. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority. We would like to respond to your complaint and provide a suggestion regarding your concerns. Our C2 processor might be better suited to your professional needs. The C2 offers the same motor size as the C3, but it is much smaller than the C3 in general. However, this model does cost slightly more than the C3. You can view the product description by visiting www.kitchenwareutopia.com/C2.

Posted by Kitchenware Utopia Customer Service on March 28

191. What is NOT mentioned in the product description as a feature of the C3 food processor?
192. What is indicated in the customer review?
193. What is suggested about Mr. Perles?
194. Why would the C2 processor likely be recommended as more suitable for Mr. Perles?
195. In the online response, the word "regarding" is closest in meaning to
Questions 196-200 refer to the following article, schedule, and news update

Reading text 1:

Ment Hall to Host Piasek Cup Final

Ment Hall, which is currently undergoing extensive renovation, will be ready to host the final game of the Piasek Cup Volleyball Championship to be held in Warsaw this June. Although the project has been in the works for some time, it was the opportunity to host this championship that provided the economic incentive to push the project to its completion. City officials have confirmed that the construction is progressing according to schedule and will be complete well before the finals of the championship.

Since Ment Hall is the only major arena in the country that has never hosted a Piasek Cup event, the hall's owners were proud to have been chosen to host this year's finale. The final game will inaugurate the refurbished hall. The event is expected to draw thousands of volleyball fans, and the organizers are confident that Ment Hall will live up to the occasion. Seating 19,000 spectators, Ment Hall will be double its previous size.

Reading text 2:

Piasek Cup Volleyball Championship
Quarterfinal Games
10 June, 3:00 P.M.
Loave Arena,
10 June, 6:00 P.M.
Timpani Hall,
11 June, 3:00 P.M.
Polana Center,
11 June, 6:00 P.M.
Mistrz Arena,
Semifinal Games
Winners of 10 June games
13 June, 3:00 P.M. Timpani Hall, Katowice
Winners of 11 June games
13 June, 3:00 P.M. Polana Center, Cracow
Final Game
16 June, 6:00 P.M.
Ment Hall, Warsaw
NOTE: Tickets for the final game are selling fast, so don't wait until after the semifinal games to order. Reserved seating only, no general admission. No refunds.

Reading text 3:

News Update

Sports-Volleyball, 10 June

At 3:00 P.M., Venezuela will take on Australia for qualification to the semifinals. Our guest announcer will be Vin Cote, retired coach of last year's winning team from Canada.

At 6:00 P.M., host team Poland will face off against France. The game will be covered live by Jeremy Bosko.

196. In the article, the word "draw" is closest in meaning to
197. What will be changed about Ment Hall?
198. When will the first game be held at a new host venue?
199. In the schedule, what are people advised to do?
200. Where will Mr. Cote be reporting from?
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