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Questions 1 - 3:
1. What is the main purpose of this report?
2. When is this report probably being broadcast?
3. Where is this report probably being broadcast?
Questions 4 - 6:
4. Why is the caller leaving this message?
5. Why does the speaker ask Ms. Chow to come early?
6. What should the listener do if she can't show up for her appointment?



7. The Joneses must have left at least one week _____
8. The lipstick samples _____ back to the manufacturer when it was discovered that a number of the lipstick cases were defective.
9. Had their systems been protected with a reliable anti-virus program, subscribers _____ no problems with their computers now.
10. Jane's doctor asked her to _____ everything she ate for a week.
11. You have to _____ the public that it is in their own interest to read the instructions on all our medicines.
12. I don't want to _____ matters, but have you considered using color to make your brochure stand out?
13. You can _____ on me for support when the next election comes up.
14. Some people are _____ to learn a foreign language.


Questions 15 - 17:

Reading text:

Computer technology has brought about a _____(1) in the workplace.

Now employees all around the country do all or part of their jobs from home. This phenomenon is called telecommuting and has been made possible by the widespread use of the Internet. Telecommuting has become _____(2) among employees, although the reactions of employers are mixed.

Some like telecommuting and some don't. But most agree that it facilitates work for employees who live at a distance from the worksite. Telecommuting enables companies to keep skilled employees who move out of the area or who have family obligations that require them to stay close to home. _____(3) the regular nine-to-five office job?

Probably not entirely, but we are sure to see more and more of it in the future.

15. (1)
16. (2)
17. (3)


Questions 18 - 20:

Reading text:

Renfrew Gymnasium: For all Members

At Renfrew Gymnasium, we always do our best to ensure that you have a pleasant and safe visit. To that end, we would like to remind all members about our policies regarding personal items. -[1]-.

The gym provides lockers in the changing rooms to store your possessions while you work out. However, please do not leave highly valuable items in your lockers for security reasons. Renfrew Gymnasium is not responsible for the loss of any items left in lockers. -[2]-. You may leave valuables with our front desk staff, who will put them in a safety deposit box. -[3]-.

Should you lose any belongings during your visit, please notify a staff member at the front desk. You may also ask them to see if anyone has turned your item in to the lost-and-found.

-[4]-. Thank you for your cooperation in these matters, and speak to one of our helpful employees should you have any questions or concerns.


18. What is the purpose of the notice?
19. According to the notice, what should gym users do when reporting a loss?
20. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "They will provide you with a ticket which must be presented to retrieve your stored items."
Questions 21 - 24:

Reading text:

Pat Fiorentino 3:10 I am guessing most of you read the article in yesterday's newspaper about the city's growing trash problem. Mayor Watkins wants the city to address the issue right away, and he wants us to put together a list of recommendations to present at the next council meeting. Are there any initial thoughts?
Vickie Hill 3:11 I think a media campaign would be helpful. We can focus on the concepts of reducing, reusing, and recycling.
Lloyd Medrano 3:12 Sounds great. I couldn't agree more. But I also think we need to provide more containers to dispose of trash, especially in public areas and parks. The sanitation department has complained about a shortage.
Marcella Sanders 3:13 They also say they're understaffed. We could hire more employees, but the difficult part is figuring out how to pay for everything.
Dennis Kang 3:15 As long as you can come up with a solid plan of action, I can figure out how to supply the funding.
Pat Fiorentino 3:15 Thanks, Dennis. That will be a great help. OK, so I'd like us to meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 P.M. in conference room 3. We will have a brainstorming session, so write out your ideas and recommendations. Will that be a problem for anyone?
Lloyd Medrano 3:16 That works for me. I have a meeting at 4 P.M., though. Will we be done by then?
Dennis Kang 3:16 I'll be free. Maybe we should get the head of the sanitation department to come as well.
Marcella Sanders 3:17 I have the day off tomorrow, but I'll send some ideas to you by e-mail before I leave today.
Pat Fiorentino 3:17 We should be, Lloyd. Yes, Dennis, that's an excellent suggestion, so I'll give Edith Holmes a call right now. Thanks, Marcella.

21. What have Ms. Fiorentino and her colleagues been asked to do?
22. At 3:12, what does Mr. Medrano mean when he writes, "I couldn't agree more"?
23. What has NOT been recommended as a solution to the city's trash problem?
24. What is suggested about Edith Holmes?
Questions 25 - 29:
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Reading text 1:

Westerburn Public Library Online Renewal Policy

All books owned by Westerburn can be renewed through your online account. Simply log in, click on the "View" menu, select "Checked out items," and mark the boxes next to the titles you wish to renew. Then press "Send" at the bottom of the screen. Members are allowed to renew our material for two-week periods provided there are no pending requests for them. If materials you have checked out have been requested in advance by any other member, the system will indicate that they cannot be borrowed again.

Interlibrary loans can also be renewed online. However, some restrictions may apply. Please check the sticker on the back of the book cover for the lending library's renewal policies, which may be different from our own.

Reading text 2:

List of Active Loans for Westerburn Public Library Member No.
0177634 - Melissa Terrance

Date: 08/08

Renew Title Call No. Source Due Date
Non-Renewable The Reign of King Jordanius I
Hans Schoffer
834.04 SCH Westerburn
Public Library
The Science of Memory I
Laurence Templeton
216.94 TEM Westerburn
Public Library
A History of Medicinal Plants I
Daniel Wu
147.09 WUD (Interlibrary Loan)
Highland Marsh
Public Library
Tell Her: Short Stories I
Maya Teller
924.07 TEL (Interlibrary Loan)
Greenport University

*For interlibrary loans, you can return the books directly to us or to its library of origin.

Reading text 3:

To: Melissa Terrance
From: Agnes Featherstone
Date: August 9
Subject: Re: Inquiry

Dear Ms. Terrance,

To answer your question, the reason your request was rejected is that the book you wanted to renew (Call No. 147.09WUD) is from another library with different lending policies than our own, and our online renewal system is not set up to reflect them. If you check the sticker on the back of the book, you'll see that the library where the book is from only allows reference materials to be renewed a single time. Unlike the other items on your list of active loans, you have already renewed this item once before. Please note that it is due tomorrow.

Thank you.

Agnes Featherstone
Westerburn Public Library Staff

25. What is the information mainly about?
26. What is NOT indicated about Westerburn Public Library?
27. What is true about The Reign of King Jordanius?
28. What is indicated in the Web page?
29. Which book has Ms. Terrance already renewed once?
Questions 30 - 34:
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Reading text 1:

Administrative Assistant Needed

John Leon Disability Care Inc. requires an administrative assistant to work in its central Los Angeles office. The organization specializes in the field of disability care services for elderly people. The successful candidate will enjoy working as part of a dedicated team, and be committed to the care and support of disabled people.
The job involves a variety of administrative duties. These will include filing, letter writing, distributing mail, entering data into a computer, photocopying and maintaining records. Training will be provided, if necessary, to enable the job-holder to use the organization's computer system. Applicants are required to have a university degree and some experience in administration.
Salary will start at $25,000 and the incumbent is entitled to 15 paid-vacation days per year.
Please fill out the application form, which can be downloaded from our website, and mail it to:
Angie Garner
Director, Personnel Department
Job Applications
John Leon Disability Care Inc.
San Antonio Dr.
Los Angeles, CA

For further information, contact our personnel assistant, Adam Rye, at 214-845-6598.
Applications that are not submitted in the form requested will not be considered for review.
Starting date for applications: Immediately
Closing date for applications: February 27

Reading text 2:

124 Rodeo Ave.
Atlanta, GA 25874

Personnel Department
John Leon Disability Care Inc.
San Antonio Dr.
Los Angeles, CA

1 February

To whom it may concern:
I was extremely interested in your advertisement for the Administrative Assistant position, which appeared in the Atlanta Herald.
I am presently affiliated with a highly regarded private medical supplies company, and I plan to ask my company's vice president, Danny Bartholomew, to write a reference. Furthermore, I am positive that he will give you a good reference.
I have one problem though. I visited your organization's website to download the application form, but for some reason, I could not access the application form with my computer. I called your personnel assistant several times yesterday and today, but the line always seems to be busy. Let me know what I should do about this situation, please.

Thank you most sincerely for your time and consideration.

Eleanor Montgomery

30. What position is advertised?
31. What is NOT one of the requirements of the job?
32. How did Ms. Montgomery find out about the position?
33. What can be implied about Mr. Bartholomew?
34. Who did Ms. Montgomery call yesterday?