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Đề thi TOEIC rút gọn ngày 05/02/2021

Thời gian làm bài: 42 phút

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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

7. What is the man looking for?
8. Who has what the man is looking for?
9. What does the woman advise the man to do?
10. Why is Willie being transferred to Singapore?
11. How is Willie qualified for his new position?
12. According to the man, why will Willie be busy?
13. What is Amy's job?
14. When does the man need the report?
15. What will Amy do with the report?

PART 4

16. What is Mr. Jenson's new position?
17. What is NOT a quality of Mr. Jenson's?
18. Which of the following position has Mr. Jenson NOT held?
19. Why does the speaker thank Kendall Construction?
20. Look at the graphic. Which exhibit is not a permanent one?
21. What are listeners asked to do?
22. Who most likely is the speaker?
23. What does the man mean when he says, "A real triumph"?
24. What will the man do later in the day?

PART 5

25. It is now _____ by over ten thousand people every month.
26. The selection committee _____ to review the résumé, portfolio, and reference letters of each potential candidate.
27. The lipstick samples _____ back to the manufacturer when it was discovered that a number of the lipstick cases were defective.
28. After a hard day at work, we like to _____ to soothing music.
29. If there are any changes in the schedule and activities for next week's open house, your _____ supervisor will fill you in.
30. This letter is to solicit _____ of candidates to be considered for the vacant positions in sales that should be filled right away.
31. The company _____ uses WordIt as our word processing program.
32. Adding to this operational conundrum is the November 2007 Basel II deadline -- guidelines that set out to _____ operational risk from credit risk.

PART 6

Questions 33 - 35:

Reading text:

Manage your business!

The _____(1) of making your business successful are here!

Successfully managing a business _____(2) specific management skills in addition to knowledge of key business practices.

Within this section you'll learn about leadership traits, decision-making skills, and how to manage your employees.

Additionally, we'll help you learn a host of important topics which _____(3) marketing basics, setting prices, filing your business taxes, legal considerations, forecasting for future growth, and financing options.

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

PART 7

Questions 36 - 39:

Reading text:

Shannon Grant 6:39 P.M.
Hey guys, we need to sort out who’s going to bring what to our annual birdwatching club outing to Crimson Falls next week.

 

Thomas Gagne 6:41 P.M.
I’ll bring the kitchen utensils. I think we should all bring our own cutlery instead of using plastic ones to minimize the amount of garbage.

 

Larry Olson 6:43 P.M.
That’s a good idea.

 

Shannon Grant 6:46 P.M.
I can bring a tent and some other outdoor equipment. My dad goes rock climbing a lot, so he has loads of outdoor equipment in the garage. I’ll pick up some things from his pile.

 

Jamie Smith 6:50 P.M.
Sam and I will be in charge of food. We are going grocery shopping tomorrow. Any special requests?

 

Larry Olson 6:52 P.M.
I’ll bring some extra blankets in case it rains or it gets too cold inside the tent at night.

 

Shannon Grant 6:53 P.M.
That’s a great idea. Thanks, Larry.

 

Thomas Gagne 6:53 P.M.
Jamie, don’t forget the marshmallows!

 

Jamie Smith 6:54 P.M.
You know that will never happen. Even if I did, Sam would definitely be there to remind me.

 

Sam Lorenzo 6:55 P.M.
Certainly, they are the first on my shopping list.

 

Shannon Grant 6:56 P.M.
Okay. I will check up with you guys again in two days to go over the final preparations and our activity schedule.

36. What type of event is being prepared for?
37. What is Mr. Lorrenzo supposed to do?
38. What will probably happen a couple of days later?
39. At 6:54 P.M., what does Mr. Smith mean when he writes, “You know that will never happen”?
Questions 40 - 43:

Reading text:

Dear Museum Colleagues;

To celebrate Colorado Museum Month, we are devoting ourselves to promoting the unique services and programs that we provide for our communities and their residents in Colorado.

The primary goal of this year's Colorado Museum Month is to raise public awareness of museums' roles to a community. We are seeking support especially from the media, and even from politicians in the state. Our museums, located throughout Colorado, attract an increasing number of visits from all around the country each year by constantly paying attention to high-quality artistic works. In addition, we make available learning experiences for people all ages.

In order to make this special event more effective, we ask for your support and participation. Please take the following two steps that will help bring favorable publicity to our communities in Colorado:

. Invite more than one Colorado state official to your institution and ask for each person's opinion about how to better meet the needs of museum visitors.

. Write a letter to a newspaper, television station, or a radio station in your community to promote your institution.

Ready-made templates are also available on the Web. Please participate and make Colorado a more culturally rich place. With your support, we can make a difference.

Sincerely,

Nancy Rumblt-Trzcinski

Director
California Museum Association

40. What is the main purpose of the notice?
41. What is the primary focus of Colorado Museum Month?
42. For whom is this notice most likely intended?
43. How many steps are suggested as a way to make the event successful?

PART 7

Questions 44 - 48:

Reading text 1:

The Regency Scotia School of Design Hosts Historic Royal Costume Display

Threads of Royal History, launched on Friday, is the latest exhibit from the Regency Scotia School of Design (RSSD) in Glasgow. It is a treat for period costume enthusiasts. For the exhibit, the school borrowed 52 outfits belonging to both historical and current monarchs from museums around the world. Of particular note are the 4,000 year old headdress and accessories on loan from the Cairo Museum in Egypt as well as several stunning robes from the Forbidden City Museum in Beijing. In addition, fashion students from the school have created 38 replica outfits. All of the items are beautifully displayed on specially designed mannequins.

The exhibit will last for a month, concluding on April 30. Regular admission is £6.50, but students and faculty of the RSSD are admitted for free. Senior citizens pay £5.00, and children 10 and under pay £3.50. Inquire about student group rates by calling 555-3400. The exhibit space is located in the school's Leighton Hall, which is open from 10 A.M. through 8 P.M., Monday through Thursday.

Reading text 2:

TO Larry Dent
FROM Rhoda Augustine
SUBJECT RSSD Exhibit
DATE April 20

Hi Larry,

I saw an article in the paper about RSSD's current exhibit and am thinking of taking the students in my morning art classes there for a field trip. I called to find out about student group rates, and if there are 30 or more students, the admission fee is significantly lowered to £4.OO. But I only have 24 in total for both my morning classes, so I was wondering if you and your students might be interested in joining us. The community center's bus seats 55 people, so there should be enough room to accommodate everyone. It sounds like a really interesting display, and I think our students would learn a lot from it as well. There is no rush, but let me know whether you're interested by Friday so I can book the visit.

Thanks!

Rhoda

Reading text 3:

PAID IN FULL (cash)

Group Ticket for: Threads of Royal History Exhibition
Date: April 28 *This ticket can only be used on the indicated date.
Name: Terrington Secondary School
Rate: Student group rate
Participants: 48
Group Leader(s): Rhoda Augustine, Larry Dent

All visitors are required to proceed through the security checkpoint prior to admission. Photography is strictly forbidden. Please do not touch any item on display.

44. What is NOT true about Threads of Royal History?
45. Why did Ms. Augustine want Mr. Dent's students to join her group?
46. How much were the Terrington Secondary School students charged for admission?
47. What did Mr. Dent's students most likely do on April 28?
48. What are visitors to the exhibit asked to do?
Questions 49 - 53:

Reading text 1:

To: Helen Blithe (lovelybunny@systek.com)
From: cs@electroland.com
Date: August 18th at 16:45
Re: RE: Extremely dissatisfied!
Attachment: electroland_refundpolicy.doc

Dear Ms. Blithe,
Thank you for your e-mail of August 17th. We have investigated your complaint with the staff members of Electro-Land in Torrance (Redondo Blvd.branch). Unfortunately, we are unable to comply with your request for a refund and must uphold the decision made by the sales clerk that you dealt with at the store. She was following company policy.
I have attached a copy of our refund policy for your review. This would also have been printed on the back of your receipt. As you can see in point 4, we are not able to offer refunds on software that has been opened if you do not have the original receipt. I hope you can appreciate that, once the product is opened, it cannot be resold, and is therefore valueless to us.
In addition, I understand from your e-mail that your computer did not have the minimum requirements to run the software, so you could not use it. However, the minimum system requirements are listed by the manufacturer on the outside of the box the software came in. So, you did not have to open the box to find this out.
We regret this situation and hope to continue to serve you in the future.

Reading text 2:

Electro-Land Refund Policy for Electronic Games and Computer Software

1. If you have your receipt and the package has not been opened (the security seal is unbroken), we will offer you your choice of a refund or an exchange coupon.
2. If you do not have a receipt and the merchandise has not been opened (the security seal is unbroken), you will be offered an exchange coupon. Cash refunds are not available in this case.
3. If the package has been opened (the security seal is broken) and you have a receipt, you will be offered a refund or exchange only if the item is defective or unfit for the intended purpose.
4. If you do not have a receipt and the merchandise has been opened (the security seal is broken), no refund or exchange is permitted.
An Exchange Coupon can be redeemed at any Electro-Land store for any purchase of (where applicable) a repair of the item. This coupon can be used to replace the returned merchandise with either the same item or an alternative of your choice. The value of the exchange coupon will be the system price of the returned merchandise on the day of the return. You will be requested to produce suitable identification, such as a Driver's License, or any other form of identification that contains your name, address, signature and photo will also be accepted.

49. Who sent the e-mail?
50. What is included with the e-mail?
51. Why did Ms. Blithe want to return the product?
52. Why is the store unable to give a refund or exchange coupon to Ms. Blithe?
53. What would have happened if Ms. Blithe had had her receipt and the box had not been opened?

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