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Questions 1 - 3:
1. What is the purpose of the announcement?
2. What will happen to those caught not cleaning up after themselves?
3. What will happen on Friday?
Questions 4 - 6:
4. Who is the intended audience for this advertisement?
5. How much money must customers pay in advance to buy a vehicle?
6. What does the speaker urge listeners to do?



7. There _____ increased concern about our competitors for the last year.
8. _____ all the alterations to the plan have been approved, they should be submitted to the appropriate office no later than the end of the month.
9. Mr. Montoya's biography of former president John Kendall is in the subject of _____ debate.
10. In most cases, the doctor will recommend first-aid treatment and give _____ advice to make patients more comfortable.
11. In order to _____ your e-mail messages, you must type in your password.
12. Although an annual checkup is important, you should also make an _____ whenever you have a health concern.
13. The improvement in staff morale is a _____ consequence of the management's decision to offer employees a pay raise this year.
14. Any discarded electronic device can be recycled less harmfully, using an effective _____ developed by researchers.


Questions 15 - 18:

Reading text:

JAKARTA – The state will be extending the free H1N1 vaccination program for patients suffering from any type of respiratory troubles, including pneumonia and asthma. Of the 353 people who tested positive for H1N1 influenza in the state this year, over 200 of them were found to have had at least one respiratory _____(1).

_____(2). However, a recent study has shown that people with respiratory problems can be up to five times more prone to this _____(3) virus.

In response, the free injectable vaccines, which were available only for healthcare workers and pregnant women, will also be offered to patients with respiratory-associated illnesses. By doing so, the state expects to reduce the infection rate of H1N1 influenza _____(4) the new dishonorable title the country earned for having the highest number of H1N1 infections.

15. (1)
16. (2)
17. (3)
18. (4)


Questions 19 - 20:

Reading text:

Apartments for Rent

Come and live in the city's newest apartment complex, Dayville Suites. Located just two blocks from the financial district, these apartments are perfect for businessmen and young professionals. The building is twenty-five stories high and has 200 apartments. Anyone who lives in the apartments has unrestricted access to the rooftop pool and the fitness center on the first floor. There is also a restaurant on the first floor, and a supermarket in the basement that is open seven days a week. Three different apartment styles are available. The monthly rent for each style is as follows:

1 Bedroom
2 Bedrooms
3 Bedrooms

NOTE: All apartments have air conditioning and floor heating. Anyone who provides the first six months' rent up front will receive a ten percent discount.

19. What is TRUE about the facilities at Dayville Suites?
20. How can someone reduce the cost of their monthly rent?
Questions 21 - 22:

Reading text:

Prices for natural gas will increase this winter by thirty cents per unit. That will mean higher bills for all residential consumers who use gas to heat their houses. By keeping your thermostat set below sixty-eight degrees Fahrenheit, you can help reduce the cost of your bills by thirty percent or more. For more details on energy-saving tips, see the bulletin enclosed in this letter.

21. This announcement concerns what kind of bills?
22. For every ten units of gas, how much more will a customer have to pay each month than before?
Questions 23 - 27:
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Reading text 1:


Giorgio's World Famous Pizza House is now hiring people for the following positions:

  • Cook (Two openings — experience required)
  • Waiter (Four openings — experience preferred)
  • Cashier (One opening — willing to train the right high school graduate)
  • Dishwasher (One opening — must be physically fit)

Giorgio's offers good salaries and a very nice benefits package.

To apply, please bring your resume to the restaurant and ask to speak to the manager, Ms. Elissa Haggio.

Reading text 2:

Dear Ms. Haggio,

I am very interested in your job advertisement. I am a cook with over ten year's experience. I worked at Sandro's Spaghetti House for three years. I then worked at Pizza Amore for seven years. I am a very hardworking person and would like to work at Giorgio's. I often visit your restaurant and am always impressed by the food there.
I hope to hear from you.


Mike Di Beni

23. Who is this advertisement for?
24. How many people does the restaurant want to hire?
25. For which position is the restaurant not hiring?
26. How long has Mike Di Beni worked as a cook?
27. Which of the following is NOT true?
Questions 28 - 32:
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Reading text 1:

Gunton City Council to Consider Blandfolk Superstore Proposal

At a Gunton City Council meeting on May 2, members listened to a presentation from representatives of Blandfolk Superstore about building a branch locally. The retail giant proposed erecting an outlet measuring 9,500 square meters just within city limits on Medford Avenue. However, the chosen land has not yet been authorized for commercial establishments, so Blandfolk has requested that the property be rezoned. Gunton mayor Claire O’Rourke told representatives that the council would discuss the proposition this month and address it at their next meeting in June. A spokesperson for Blandfolk said the corporation hopes the proposal will pass, emphasizing that the development would provide employment for up to 190 local residents.

Reading text 2:

Gunton Herald

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Readers’ Comments

Ronald Pinero posted on May 7:
I am writing in regard to an article printed in your newspaper’s May 3 edition about the construction proposal from Blandfolk Superstore. As a long-time business owner in Gunton, I am concerned. I manage Ballas Boutique, a clothing store in the downtown area, and many of my friends and business acquaintances also operate private shops in the city. Large corporate retailers have forced many smaller stores out of business in other locations where they have opened, even when such establishments have been situated on the outskirts of towns. I’m not sure most businesses like mine will be able to compete without significantly dropping prices and, by extension, the quality of our goods. For now, Gunton is a very vibrant and diverse city, and I hope the mayor and council members will reject the proposal in order to keep it that way.

Reading text 3:

TO: Ronald Pinero (rpinero@dailymaily.com)
FROM: Adeline Morris (amorris@guntoncoc.org)
SUBJECT: Request from Gunton COC
DATE: May 8

Dear Mr. Pinero,

I came across your comments on the Gunton Herald Web site. Your concern is something the board of the Gunton Chamber of Commerce has been discussing, and we agree that something must be done to protect stores in the downtown area, like yours. On June 3, the city council will be holding a public meeting that some of us will be attending. It would be helpful if you joined us at the event. You could give a short talk describing the concerns you mentioned in your comments. You are welcome to use visual aids, bring supporting documents, and invite others who share our concerns. Please let me know if you would like to participate.

Sincerely yours,

Adeline Morris
Secretary, Gunton Chamber of Commerce

28. What is the article mainly about?
29. What does Mr. Pinero want Ms. O’Rourke to do?
30. In the article, the word "limits" is closest in meaning to.
31. What will take place on June 3?
32. What is indicated about Ms. Morris?