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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

7. What is the conversation mainly about?
8. Why does the man say, “What a surprise”?
9. What do the women imply about the office?
10. What does the woman want to know?
11. Who most likely is Mr. Womak?
12. What is NOT true?
13. Why did the woman make a trip to Boston?
14. For how many days did the woman go away?
15. Why did the woman come back early?

PART 4

16. What does the speaker say about the fireworks presentations?
17. What does the speaker imply when he says, "The announcement was made by city hall this afternoon"?
18. Why was Kenton Lake an unsuitable venue?
19. What is the main topic of the announcement?
20. Why does the speaker say, "we've got a lot to do before then"?
21. What is mentioned about George Jennings?
22. Why is Greg Henderson unavailable?
23. Look at the graphic. What type of device is the Flow S60?
24. What will the speaker distribute?

PART 5

25. We were _____ by Dr. Tyler's outstanding contribution to the development of the new vaccine.
26. _____ she opened the meeting and addressed the current issues, the project director faxed the agenda to the vice president.
27. Country Air offered free tickets to every passenger that missed their flight _____ a malfunction in the plane's engine.
28. The real estate agency is now available in highly _____ properties in the city center.
29. Sometimes I look at a famous painting and wonder why it is considered more _____ than the ones on either side of it.
30. The expansion of the natural history museum is most _____ the cause of significant revenue increases.
31. The reason there are no buses is because the drivers are on _____
32. When delivering _____ food, delivery companies use special refrigerated trucks and insulating materials to prevent the food from spoiling.

PART 6

Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Department of Sociology at the University of Northern Wisconsin _____(1) an academic conference on social transformation in the Midwestern United States from June 7 to 9. _____(2). Interested professors and lecturers are asked to submit their abstracts before May 1.

You will be sent a notification from the department if your _____(3) is selected. Once you receive this notice, you will be required to submit the full paper for review and approval.

Submissions are welcome from all universities, and we look forward to seeing a range of topics. _____(4) the conference’s focus on the Midwest, we welcome work from other regions as long as it relates to the needs of the target area.

33. (1)
34. (2)
35. (3)
36. (4)

PART 7

Questions 37 - 40:

Reading text:

Cheryl Stone [3:48] I just got a message from Mr. Baker saying that his flight has been delayed until 9 P.M. Weather conditions are terrible there in Chicago.
Allan Franklin [3:50] Really? But he's supposed to make a presentation to the executives from Harper Telecom today!
Maurice Wood [3:51] I've got all the visuals ready. But it would be problematic if we don't have a speaker.
Allan Franklin [3:52] That's an understatement. We need this contract. Otherwise, we may not meet our sales target for the year.
Cheryl Stone [3:54] Can't we do the presentation ourselves?
Allan Franklin [3:55] I'm not sure. There are several firms competing for the contract we are trying to get. Harper Telecom could decide to give the contract to someone else if they aren't impressed with our presentation.
Cheryl Stone [3:57] I think I could do the speaking, but without Mr. Baker's technical background and expertise, our proposal might not sound very convincing. What do you think?
Allan Franklin [3:58] I agree with you. I think it would be better to call Harper Telecom and try to convince them to listen to his pitch tomorrow morning. That might be our best option.
Cheryl Stone [3:59] I'm on it. I'll let you know how it goes.

37. What is suggested about the presentation?
38. What can be inferred about Harper Telecom?
39. What is mentioned about Mr. Baker?
40. At 3:59, what does Ms. Stone mean when she writes, "I'm on it"?
Questions 41 - 44:

Reading text:

www.bennetthouse.org/visit

HOME | VISIT | HISTORY | MAP/LOCATION | CONTACT

Visitors and tour groups are welcome to view Bennett House from Tuesday through Saturday from 10 A.M. until 5 P.M. Groups of 10 or more are asked to make reservations a day in advance. Those who fail to do so may face significant waiting times. Admission is free, but cash boxes are located at the entrance and gift shop, where donations are gratefully accepted.

Bennett House can also arrange guided visits for students or tour groups for a flat fee of $25. -[1]-. All guests will receive informational brochures, which include history and facts about the Victorian-era home and the art and furniture contained in the rooms. -[2]-. The brochures contain pictures and short biographies of the house's former inhabitants as well. -[3]-.

A gift boutique and a tea shop are located near the exit. Postcards, souvenirs, T-shirts, tins of English teas, and teacups are available for purchase. -[4]-. The gift shop will not be open during the off-season from January through March, but the rest of our facilities will remain in operation. Bennett House closes on all national holidays.

41. What advice is included in the information?
42. What is available for an additional charge?
43. What is NOT indicated about Bennett House?
44. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "All proceeds from items sold go towards the preservation of this historic building."

PART 7

Questions 45 - 49:

Reading text 1:

Art Vibe Magazine

The remodeling of Brayman Museum of Art (BMA) has finally concluded, and the facility will reopen on Wednesday, September 26. This will be commemorated by a ceremony taking place on the front lawn of the museum, with a short speech by museum curator Jane Wellington. Ms. Wellington will talk about the progress BMA has made over its 50 years in the city of Auckland. She will also introduce the museum's new special exhibition, France in Focus, beginning that day, which features artifacts from Europe's ancient Gallic tribes. This traveling exhibition received terrific reviews from French publications when it first opened in Paris, and after the show at the BMA, it will go on to Sydney and then Perth. Tickets for the exhibit are $12 and may be reserved in advance at www.braymanart.org. The museum will also be offering the special admission price of $5 for children aged 10 and under instead of its regular $7 for the duration of the exhibit. Inquiries may be directed to BMA's public relations specialist, Henry Kang, at 555-1288.

Reading text 2:

Brayman Museum of Art
Confirmation of Payment

Today's Date: August 17
Guest Name: Kerry Rosales
Exhibition Description: France in Focus
Admission Date: September 26

Description Amount Unit Price Total Price
Regular Ticket 1 $12 $12
Special Ticket 2 $5 $10
TOTAL $22

Payment Confirmation Number: 347792R

If you've made an advance purchase, please be sure to present this receipt to the museum offical collecting tickets when entering the exhibition. Admission will be allowed daily between the hours of 8 A.M. and 3 P.M.

Reading text 3:

To: Henry Kang
From: Jane Wellington
Date: September 10
Subject: Important change

Hi Henry,

I've got an urgent request. Unfortunately, I received a call this morning, and there will be a delay with the France in Focus exhibition. Some of the artifacts have been held up at customs. Apparently, the agents must see further documentation before they can release the items to us. We're getting the necessary paperwork, but it won't be processed in time for the show. The items should start arriving here at the museum the day after our exhibition is scheduled to open. Accordingly, the opening must be delayed by at least two weeks. I'll need you to contact those who purchased exhibition tickets in advance. Assure them that they may use the same tickets to gain admission on the new opening date but that they also have the option of getting their money back.

Let me know if you have questions.

Jane Wellington
Brayman Museum of Art, Curator

45. What is the main topic of the article?
46. What is indicated about Ms. Rosales?
47. What are those who purchase tickets in advance asked to bring to the exhibition?
48. What is suggested about the Brayman Museum of Art?
49. What are those who already have tickets entitled to?
Questions 50 - 54:

Reading text 1:

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Reading text 2:

https://www.segoviapaints.com/feedback/form

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Name: Samantha Eggers
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Date: April 28

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Reading text 3:

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50. What is stated about Segovia's Paint products?
51. What is stated about Vibra paint?
52. What brand did Ms. Eggers most likely receive initially?
53. In the review, the phrase "get back to" is closest in meaning to
54. What is suggested about Ms. Eggers?

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