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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

Reading text:

Bellevue Transport
Adult off-peak value ticket*

The bearer of this ticket is entitled to unlimited round-trip passage between destinations on the date of issue.

Please retain this ticket until completing your travel, as it may be inspected by crew members on the ferry.

*Off-peak value tickets are valid for travel Monday to Thursday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, only. Passengers who wish to travel at other times may upgrade to a regular fare ticket for $5.00.
Between Bellevue Beach and Kipsky Island
Between Bellevue Beach and Port Canary

147. What is true about the ticket?
148. For what mode of transportation is the ticket?
Questions 149-150

Reading text:

Graphic Design Associate Needed

The Zachary Township Floral Garden (ZTFG) is seeking a creative and career-oriented person to join our dynamic team. Duties include helping to design, publicize, and market ZTFG activities to schools and media outlets in the surrounding community. Qualifications include proficiency in office and design software and previous experience in a graphic design firm. Flexible work schedule. To apply, e-mail a cover letter, résumé, and two professional references to jobs@ztfg.org by May 5. To learn more, stop by any morning Monday through Friday for a tour of the garden.

149. What is a requirement of the job?
150. How can job applicants get more information?
Questions 151-152

Reading text:


To: All Employees
From: Don Wunder, Director of Facilities
Subject: Chanti Workspaces
Date: February 11

In a special partnership with Chanti Workspaces, five standing desks will be available to employees on a trial basis from February 20 to March 15. Standing desks allow you to stand comfortably while working. We will use the new Chanti B45 model, which is adjustable, so you can alternate between sitting and standing at the perfect height for you. Research suggests that standing desks can negate some of the harmful physical effects of sitting too much. They may also improve mood and overall health. Those wishing to take advantage of this opportunity should contact me. If we have more interest than desks, the recipients will be those who contact me first. Those using the desks will be asked to take a survey about their experience to help us determine whether we should make standing desks available to all employees.

151. What is the purpose of the memo?
152. What is indicated about the Chanti B45 model?
Questions 153-154

Reading text:

Qing Zhang (3:45 P.M.)
Hi Amari. Novella Lee can't find her phone. Did she leave it upstairs in your office?

Amari Cruzado (3:46 P.M.)
Is it in a blue plastic case with an emblem of an elephant on it?

Qing Zhang (3:47 P.M.)
Yes, that's it. She's on her way back up to get it.

Amari Cruzado (3:48 P.M.)
Her keys are here too. She must be distracted today.

Qing Zhang (3:49 P.M.)
Are you sure they're hers?

Amari Cruzado (3:50 P.M.)
I'm guessing. They're lying on top of the phone.

153. What will Ms. Lee most likely do next?
154. At 3:50 P.M., what does Mr. Cruzado mean when he writes, "I'm guessing"?
Questions 155-157

Reading text:

Ideal for a new business! This recently constructed property contains nearly 2,000 square metres of office space, with an additional 1,000 square metres of storage space and a 3,000-square-metre car garage. -[1]- Easily accessible from downtown Cloverdale, the property is within 500 metres of several restaurants and a brand-new shopping centre. -[2]- The sleek, modern design features floor-to-ceiling windows that provide an abundance of natural light. -[3]- The standard lease is for twelve months with monthly payments and a security deposit. -[4]-. For a lease application or to view the property in person, call Danna Pulley at (519) 555-0139.

155. How large is the parking area?
156. What is NOT mentioned as an advantage of the property?
157. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "Longer terms can be negotiated, depending on the needs of the applicant."
Questions 158-160

Reading text:

To: Rafael Vargas
From: Bon-Hwa Oh
Subject: Information
Date: 1 October

Dear Rafael,

The opening at the new airport office here is now set for Monday, 3 November, because of a delay caused by some unexpected construction in Terminal A. I will e-mail you more details later this week, along with a request that you join us here. It would be great to have someone attend from the corporate office.

As I have planned, we will celebrate our relocation with a month of special deals on all car rentals. I have also arranged for us to partner with Moonray Airways for special flight and car travel packages. Although we expect many of our customers will continue to be business travelers, we hope to attract tourists, too.

I hope to see you next month.

Bon-Hwa Oh

158. The word "set" in paragraph 1, line 1, is closest in meaning to
159. What does Mr. Oh suggest in his e-mail?
160. What is expected to open on November 3?
Questions 161-163

Reading text:

Saunderson Medical Group •46 Manuka Road •Karori, Wellington 6012

12 September

Dear Saunderson Medical Group Patient:

Saunderson Medical Group (SMG) thanks you for choosing us as your health care provider. Throughout our 35-year history, we have successfully treated thousands of patients in Karori. Given the rapid changes in the health care market, we have looked for the best way to continue to provide the best experience for our patients. Toward that end, we are pleased to announce that SMG will join with Keefe Health effective 1 October.

What does this mean for you? Only our name will change; beginning next month we will become Keefe Health Karori. Your physician will remain the same, and you may continue to see your doctor at our Karori location. However, we will now have available all of the talented doctors and specialists from the Keefe Health network to offer you a broader range of diagnostic services and treatments. Keefe Health is consistently ranked at the top of all medical providers in the larger metropolitan area for expertise and patient outcomes.

To learn more about Keefe Health, visit its Web site at www.keefehealth.co.nz. If you wish to schedule an appointment, please use our existing phone number.

We look forward to continuing to care for you.

Saunderson Medical Group

161. What is the purpose of the letter?
162. What is suggested about Keefe Health?
163. According to the letter, what should recipients do to schedule an appointment?
Questions 164-167

Reading text:

Will Frankel (4:32 P.M.): Are the instructors that are being sent over to our company ready to begin the safety training sessions on Monday?
Donna Davis (4:33 P.M.): Yes. They'll arrive there at ZRC Tech at 2:30 on Monday afternoon. Someone will meet them at the security desk and show them where they'll be teaching, right?
Will Frankel (4:34 P.M.): My assistant can help with that.
Donna Davis (4:35 P.M.): Will the rooms be set up with computers and whiteboards?
Violet Menja (4:35 P.M.): As Will stated, I'll meet the instructors at the security desk and get them visitor passes.
Will Frankel (4:37 P.M.): We'll be using two large conference rooms that will have everything the instructors need.
Violet Menja (4:38 P.M.): The lab technicians will finish up their shifts just before 3:00, so they can go straight to their sessions. I'll be around to help get everyone settled.
Donna Davis (4:41 P.M.): Excellent. The sessions end at 5:00. Will either of you be there? Do the instructors need to lock up?
Will Frankel (4:42 P.M.): I'll be there to lock up the rooms when they finish.
Donna Davis (4:43 P.M.): Good. That's it, then.
Will Frankel (4:44 P.M.): I'm here until 5:30 if you need anything else this afternoon.

164. Why did Mr. Frankel contact Ms. Davis?
165. When will Ms. Menja be at the security desk?
166. What is indicated about the lab technicians?
167. At 4:43 P.M., what does Ms. Davis mean when she writes, "That's it, then"?
Questions 168-171

Reading text:


From: Kira Takamatsu
To: Eric Sutherland
Subject: Meeting follow-up
Date: March 8

Dear Eric,

Thank you for sharing your concerns about your workload. -[1]- We do our best to distribute projects so that employees can complete them during the regular workweek. -[2]- Since we recently added book-cover design to your already full list of responsibilities, we have decided to assign an assistant to you, a new team member named Hugo Rynkowski. -[3]- You will oversee his work, including all poster, logo, and catalog layout projects.

When Mr. Rynkowski arrives next Monday, you will need to share with him all of your clients' information, including general descriptions and specific requirements. You will be responsible for instructing him on our design software as well as all other systems that you are using.

If you have any other concerns, please do not hesitate to share them with me. -[4]-.

Kind regards,

Kira Takamatsu

168. Who most likely is Mr. Sutherland?
169. What problem did Mr. Sutherland report?
170. What is Mr. Sutherland asked to do next week?
171. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "This new hire will support you in most of your tasks."
Questions 172-175

Reading text:

Perth Daily Tribune
Beneath the Bright Blue Sea

(2 November)-If you are looking for Sara Nannup, start by checking under the sea. That's where she has captured all the images in her latest book of photography, Beneath the Bright Blue Sea.

Ms. Nannup began taking pictures when her father gave her an easy-to-use instant camera for her fifth birthday. When she went to university, however, she put the camera down to pursue a career in print journalism.

After she graduated, Ms. Nannup was hired as a staff writer by the Perth Daily Tribune and had little time for taking pictures. That changed when she attended an underwater photography workshop while on vacation in Bali, Indonesia. There her interest in photography was renewed, and she eventually left her job at the newspaper to devote herself to photography full-time.

Although she started with a child's instant camera, Ms. Nannup now works with advanced underwater cameras. To deal with wear and tear, she updates her equipment every few years. "Salt water and sand pose challenges for underwater photography equipment beyond those that an everyday camera would face," she said.

After years now of diving and taking pictures, she has yet to tire of her profession. "I still love being able to show people images of creatures and places that they have never seen," says Ms. Nannup.

Most of Ms. Nannup's work, including her latest release, focuses on the ocean around Australia. In May, however, she will travel to Greece to photograph underwater ruins in the Mediterranean for her next book.

Visit www.saranannup.com.au for more information on Ms. Nannup and her work.

172. What is the purpose of the article?
173. What inspired Ms. Nannup to take underwater photographs?
174. The word "pose" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to
175. What is indicated about Ms. Nannup?
Questions 176-180

Reading text 1:

Residential Communities

Westwood Properties, Inc. (WPI), has two residential apartment communities in the city of Kentville

222 Jackson Rd.


  • 2- and 3-bedroom units with washer and dryer
  • Swimming pool plus basketball and tennis courts
  • Children's park nearby
  • Top-rated schools in the area
  • Five minutes from the business district
  • Pet-friendly environment

119 E. Corfu St.


  • 1- bedroom units with large kitchens and baths
  • Hardwood floors
  • Community laundry room on each floor
  • Fitness center and outdoor swimming pool
  • Ten minutes from business district
  • Access to multiple bus lines right outside your door
  • Pet-friendly environment
Visit our Web site at www.westwoodproperties.com to view floor plans or to schedule a personal tour. Sales agents are available at our offices to answer your questions Monday through Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., and on Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 P.M.

Reading text 2:

WPI Announces Expansion

KENTVILLE (March 16)---Westwood Properties, Inc. (WPI), in partnership with the Kentville city government, will be constructing its third residential development in Kentville. The new development, Green Valley Court, will consist of 150 freestanding homes.

Work will begin in April and is expected to be completed in eighteen months. WPI will bear 60 percent of the costs, while the remainder will be borne by the city government.

WPI has built a reputation for providing comfortable living at affordable prices. Its current residential developments, Hillside manor and Lakeview Oaks, were built five years ago and are much in demand, with long waiting lists.

According to Helen Hart, a marketing executive for WPI, Green Valley Court will be located twenty minutes from the business district. Ms. Hart went on to say that "Green Valley Court will be ideal for retirees and those longing for some rest and relaxation after a hard day's work."

176. What is stated about Westwood Properties, Inc.?
177. What is NOT listed as a feature of the units at Lakeview Oaks?
178. What does the article suggest about the units at Hillside Manor and Lakeview Oaks?
179. What does the article mention about Green Valley Court?
180. How will Green Valley Court differ from the other two developments?
Questions 181-185

Reading text 1:

To: Dennis Maki
From: Nigella Smith
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2:15 P.M.
Subject: Update


The heads of accounting and sales have chosen the finalists for the job openings in their departments here at Plumsted Aynes. Susan Tsai would like to invite Marco Gacia and Danielle Jenkins to return for second interviews for the accounting position, and Rajesh Kapoor wants to invite Melanie Yu for a second interview for the medical sales position.

I would like you to call the finalists, schedule interviews with them, and then make lunch arrangements accordingly. Keep in mind that Susan will be out of the office next week for a conference.

Thank you for your assistance with this search so far. I'm especially grateful that you were able to work on a short deadline when I asked you to set up the initial interviews.


Nigella Smith
Human Resources Directer

Reading text 2:

To: Nigella Smith
From: Dennis Maki
Date: Thursday, November 8, 3:52 P.M
Subject: RE: Update


I called the three finalists. As it turns out, this afternoon Melanie Yu accepted a job offer with another pharmaceutical firm---our competitor Granquist. I informed Rajesh about this development and he said he hopes to find a suitable replacement.

I have confirmed an interview for Mr. Garcia on Tuesday, November 20. I also made arrangements with our regular catering company for lunch here. Unfortunately, Ms. Jenkins was recently hospitalized, so I'm leaving any further decision about her interview with you.

Dennis Maki
Administrative Associate

181. What is one purpose of the first e-mail?
182. What type of company most likely is Plumsted Aynes?
183. What is suggested about Ms. Jenkins?
184. What will Mr. Kapoor most likely do?
185. What was Mr. Maki NOT able to do?
Questions 186-190

Reading text 1:

KELOWNA (2 June)---A new enterprise is revolutionizing mealtime in Kelowna. Fine Fresh Foods is a meal-delivery service that was founded one year ago by Kathryn Mishra. The service allows users to go online and browse hundreds of recipes. They select the recipes they like and have the ingredients, with cooking instructions, shipped to them on a weekly basis.

   Ms. Mishra first thought of the idea when she observed her friends' hectic lives. "My friends were too busy to plan, shop, and cook for themselves," she explained. "Most nights they would go to a restaurant and get takeout food. Some wanted to cook at home in their kitchens but didn't feel confident in their abilities."

   Ms. Mishra has found a way to streamline the whole process. Fine Fresh Foods works with local suppliers---often small farms---that are required to be organic. The focus on working with local partners, as well as the convenience and reasonable price of the service, has made the business extremely popular. At the moment, Fine Fresh Foods deliver only within Kelowna, but expansion to other areas is planned in the coming year.

Reading text 2:

Home Produce News Contact

Pennington Farm is teaming up with Fine Fresh Foods! Since our founding over 30 years ago, we have always produced high-quality fruits and vegetables. We look forward to helping Fine Fresh Foods in its mission to provide delicious culinary creations sourced from local farms like ours.

Pennington Farm's fruits and vegetables can also be purchased at our farm stand seven days a week from 9:00 A.M. until 2:00 P.M. In addition, we sell our produce at the Hardy Street Farmers Market each Saturday morning and at Russell's Grocery Store throughout the week.

Reading text 3:


Fine Fresh Foods
Order Form

Name:                              Darren Soun
E-mail:                             dsoun@email.ca
Phone:                             250-555-0193
Selected Recipes:           #11---Stir-fried chicken and vegetables (serves four)
                                         #32---Pork tenderloin with asparagus (serves four)
                                         #56---Vegetable barley soup (serves two)
Total:                                $50.00 (Charged to credit card ending in 4873)
Delivery Day and Time:  Tuesday, 13 June, at 6:00 P.M

186. What is the article mainly about?
187. According to the article, what is one reason customers like Fine Fresh Foods?
188. What is announced on the Pennington Farm Web page?
189. What most likely is true about Pennington Farm?
190. What is suggested about Mr. Soun?
Questions 191-195

Reading text 1:

To:  Kate Millerson
From: Daniel Friedman
Date: January 25
Subject: Upcoming focus group

Hi, Kate,

The next focus group to test the new fruit-flavored beverage ideas will be held on February 1 in the Greenville office. Mary Kobayashi will be leading it.

Please design a questionnaire to collect the group's feedback using the one you created last month as a template and send it over to Mari. After the focus group takes place, please tally the results in the form of a chart. I need to incorporate that information into my monthly report to the chief marketing officer.



Reading text 2:

To: Daniel Friedman
From: Kate Millerson
Date: February 3
Subject: Results of Greenville focus group
Attachment: Greenville Results

Hi, Daniel,

According to Mari Kobayashi, 25 of the 30 registered participants for Greenville took the taste test and completed the questionnaire. The results are mostly in line with the results from last month's focus group. However, Mari did note that the Greenville group's most popular flavor was unexpected.

Per your request, the tabulated results are attached. Please let me know if you will need additional information for your report to Ms. Acosta or if she wants to see the comments on the questionnaires.


Reading text 3:

February 1
(Numbers indicate how many participants preferred each option.)
Type of drink: Carbonated Noncarbonated
  (8) (17)
Highest price willing to pay: $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50
(5) (12) (5) (3)
Flavor: Cherry Lemon Lime Orange
(2) (7) (13) (3)

191. In the first e-mail, what is indicated about Ms. Millerson?
192. What does Mr. Friedman say he will do with Ms. Millerson's data?
193. Who most likely is Ms. Acosta?
194. What does Ms. Millerson suggest about the Greenville focus group?
195. Which flavor preference surprised Ms. Kobayashi?
Questions 196-200

Reading text 1:


French | English

Zaboka Guesthouse
99 rue Hibbert, Pétion-Ville, Haiti

The Zaboka Guesthouse, situated in the hills above Haiti's capital city of Port-au-Prince, occupies the top four floors of a gorgeous building in a historic district. Our guesthouse is centrally located and just a short walk to markets, restaurants, art galleries, and nightclubs.


  • Amenities include wireless Internet, kitchen facilities, and luggage storage.
  • All guests are also entitled to a free Haitian-style breakfast including locally grown coffee.
  • The room rate is $45 per night per guest ($15 is charged up front to secure each reservation; the remainder must be paid upon arrival).
  • Check-in starts at 1:00 P.M.; checkout is no later than 11:30 A.M.
  • A minimum stay or two nights is required
  • Parties arriving after 7:00 P.M. will be charged a late-night check-in fee of $5.00 per reservation.

Reading text 2:


Pétion-Ville, Haiti: Zaboka Guesthouse
Posted by Wildford Gaines on October 7

I stayed at the Zaboka Guesthouse for three nights in April. There are several other hotels in the area, but in my view, this is certainly the nicest option within the price range. The lively courtyard and huge communal kitchen both present a great environment for meeting other guests. That was without a doubt my favorite aspect. If you plan to arrive in the evening, make sure you get the code to enter into the electronic keypad at the door, as the street level entrance is locked after 7:00 P.M. This isn't something I was made aware of, so I had to wait a short while to be let in. Other than that, I really enjoyed my stay!

Reading text 3:


Thank you for you reservation! Please print a copy of these details for your records.

Guest Name: Melinda Le
Number of Guests: 1
Booking Reference Number: 167642
Date and Time of Check-in: 2 June at 8:00 P.M.
Date and Time of Checkout: 3 June at 11:00 A.M.
Amount paid: $15.00 deposit
                      +5.00 late-night check-in fee
                       = $20.00 total paid via card ending in -8990
Amount Due on Arrival: $30.00
Total: $50.00

Send a message to reception@zabokahaiti.ht or call + 509 2555 016 if you have any questions prior to your arrival. We look forward to hosting you!

196. Where is the Zaboka Guesthouse located?
197. What does the Web site mention about the Zaboka Guesthouse?
198. What did Mr. Gaines like most about the Zaboka Guesthouse?
199. How did the Zaboka Guesthouse make an exception for Ms. Le?
200. What is suggested about Ms. Le?
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