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6. What does the woman advise the man to do?
7. What did Sarah say to the woman?
8. What will happen in New York during the week the speakers are there?
9. Who most likely are the speakers?
10. What problem does the man have?
11. What does the woman offer to do?
12. What does the man imply about the jackets?
13. Look at the graphic. When did the woman receive a discount coupon?
14. According to the woman, what happened earlier today?


15. How many shows will the theater have today?
16. What is half price?
17. What is not allowed inside the theater?
18. Why is the speaker addressing the audience?
19. What can listeners obtain from a staff member?
20. What does the speaker imply when he says, "We received complaints about people eating during our last production"?


21. I hope _____ the other two restaurants you listed sometime soon.
22. The restaurant, closed for extensive renovations, assured customers that it _____ them with better quality food and exceptional service.
23. Managers should know the importance of _____ a productive working environment.
24. The changes to the company's compensation plan have been _____ effective in improving the employees' morale.
25. Prepare comprehensive, timely and _____ researched responses to consultations relating to advisory services.
26. They all promised they would stand _____ him when he put forward the idea of a strike.


Questions 27 - 30:

Reading text:

Attention residents of Sudbury:

A neighborhood gathering _____(1) at the community center next Thursday evening. This meeting is open to all local residents.

The main issue up for discussion is the implementation of traffic calming measures on Kingston Road. This must be resolved as soon as possible because of the sharp _____(2) in the number of cars using that street. Other issues on the agenda include the garbage collection schedule and the rezoning of Hammersmith Drive. _____(3).

Refreshments will be served from 7:30 P.M., and business will begin at 8 P.M. Please arrive _____(4) to ensure that we have enough time to address everything.

27. (1)
28. (2)
29. (3)
30. (4)


Questions 31 - 34:

Reading text:

Baxter Communications
87 Hollowbrook Road
Bloomington, IL 61704

Melinda Armin
73 Lessenger Drive
Bloomington, IL 61704

Dear Ms. Armin,

Thank you for signing up for Baxter's Cable Plus package, which includes all the basic television channels plus movie and educational networks. -[1]-. This letter is to remind you of the terms of service as stipulated in the standard contract.

First and foremost, the account holder must use the cable service for lawful purposes only. -[2]-. It is strictly prohibited to copy any program for the purposes of distributing it on the Internet without the express permission of the program’s producers or of Baxter Communications. Similarly, profiting from a full or partial copy of a program through sale or rental is also forbidden. -[3]-.

Baxter agrees to maintain service for as long as the customer follows the stipulations and pays for use. Service includes continued delivery of cable programming, repairs, and general maintenance of the cable box. However, repairs or replacement due to damage or loss caused by the user is the financial responsibility of the client.

Baxter Communications is the top cable, Internet, and phone service provider in the city. -[4]-. As such, we look forward to many more years of doing business with you.


Otto Weed
Accounts manager, Baxter Communications

31. Why was the letter written?
32. What is mentioned about Baxter Communications?
33. Why might service users have to pay an additional fee?
34. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "Failure to abide by any of these regulations could result in termination of services without further notice or even legal penalties."
Questions 35 - 38:

Reading text:

To: Kathryn Hale
From: Stacy Mott
Subject: Budget Proposal

Dear Ms. Hale,

After reviewing last year's budget figures, I would like to propose a few changes to this year's budget plan. If these changes are accepted, I predict that the company will reduce its operation costs by approximately 40 percent. First, I noticed that the company allocated one fourth of its total budget to purchasing office supplies. Of the office supplies that we purchase each year, paper is by far the most expensive. I think that requiring all employees to print documents on both sides of the paper will significantly cut down on costs. Second, the company currently employs 200 people; however, only about 150 people are needed for the company to function properly. Therefore, I propose the company reduces its workforce by 50 people before the start of the next fiscal year. I realize that this second proposal may seem drastic, but according to my estimates, if the company does not significantly cut costs by the end of December 2008, it will be forced to file for bankruptcy.


Stacy Mott
Financial Advisor

35. What is the purpose of this e-mail?
36. What does Stacy Mott point out about the company?
37. How many people work for the company right now?
38. According to the e-mail, what might happen if the recommended changes are not made?


Questions 39 - 43:

Reading text 1:

TO Marian Kentley
FROM Brayden Craig
SUBJECT Order inquiry
DATE May 2

Dear Ms. Kentley,

My name is Brayden Craig, and I work at Peakland Dairy in Surrey. Our shop will be launching a new selection of ice cream this summer, and we are currently searching for ingredients. We plan to include a strawberry variety, and we would like to place a bulk order with you. This would be for 250 kilograms. Could you let me know if your farm has the means to fulfill such a large order and, if so, what the cost would be? Naturally, if sales are good, we will place another order next season.

Also, in addition to vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry flavors, we may feature a new variety in the future. We are considering using raspberries and are wondering if your farm grows them. If so, we would like to place an order for 250 kilograms of them when they are available.


Brayden Craig

Reading text 2:

Kentley Farm, 5948 Coast Road, Abbotsford, B.C.


NAME Brayden Craig COMPANY Peakland Dairy
PHONE (604)555-4229 E-MAIL
BILLING ADDRESS 443 Spruce Road, Surrey, B.C DELIVERY ADDRESS Same as billing address

Product: Seasonal strawberries
Amount required: 250 kilograms
Cost per kilogram: $12.00
Delivery date: May 10
Instructions: Wash well.

SUBTOTAL: $3,000.00
TAX: $210.60
DELIVERY: $120.00

Thank you for placing an order with Kentley Farm. Should there be any problems with your delivery, contact Marian Kentley at or (604)555-4059.

Reading text 3:

Get $3 off Peakland Dairy's New Organic Ice Cream!

Thank you for visiting Kentley Farm today! You can now enjoy our strawberries in Peakland Dairy's new organic ice cream line, made with completely natural ingredients! Choose from vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and their featured flavor of coffee all made with hormone-free milk and cream. Simply bring in this coupon to wherever Peakland Dairy products are sold including Softies Supermarkets, Wilton Groceries, and Day-and-Night Convenience Stores, and receive $3 off your purchase of a 500ml carton of any organic ice cream variety!

*Offer valid for one item only and may not be combined with any other promotion.
Offer expires September 1.

39. What is true about Peakland Dairy in the e-mail?
40. In the e-mail, the word "means" is closest in meaning to
41. What has Mr. Craig most likely requested?
42. What is suggested about Mr. Craig?
43. What is indicated about Kentley Farm?

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