Đề thi TOEIC rút gọn ngày 05/07/2024

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Đề thi TOEIC rút gọn ngày 05/07/2024

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PART 4

Questions 1 - 3:
1. What does the speaker mention about the information booth?
2. Which month will the company offer a discount?
3. Look at the graphic. Which stop will be temporarily inaccessible?
Questions 4 - 6:
4. Who most likely is the speaker?
5. What did the speaker do last week?
6. Look at the graphic. Which product are customers dissatisfied with?

READING TEST

PART 5

7. Mr. Benson said that the maid never _____ to clean this quarters the whole time he stayed at the hotel.
8. GasCo sells more than 8 million gallons of oil a year, half of _____ is consumed in the United States alone.
9. S&B Accessories began to sell cosmetics products in 2002, _____ now account for more than 50 percent of its total sales.
10. Home sales for the past three months have been _____ low due to the economic recession.
11. Every _____ will receive a written response.
12. As it is becoming _____ difficult to predict trends in the markets, entrepreneurs need to run their businesses with more flexibility.
13. Please do not _____ to share your opinions in the comment space below so that people can find and consider possible alternatives.
14. Although the hiring panel decided not to offer Ms. West the sales position, they _____ her to apply for other job openings at the firm.

PART 6

Questions 15 - 18:

Reading text:

Notice of Homeowner's Association Dues Increase

At its last meeting, the board was asked to consider increasing the dues slightly. _____(1) deliberations on this request, they proposed raising fees by $25 a month, from $375 to $400, effective July 1. To the board, this action is justified for several reasons. First, the additional funds will contribute to important _____(2), such as the installation of a new security system in the parking garage next year. Second, they will cover the rising cost of natural gas. _____(3). The timing of the dues increase seems reasonable _____(4) there has not been one in four years. Tenants are invited to vote on the proposal at the Homeowner's Association meeting in June.

Jordan Roper
Accounting Manager
Homeowner's Association

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

PART 7

Questions 19 - 20:

Reading text:

Ever dream about being a world-famous singer? Here's your chance! One Music, Inc. is holding auditions for male and female singers aged twenty-one and up. You could be chosen for a recording contract with our record label! All musical styles are welcome. Auditions will be held on Saturday and Sunday from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at One Music studios in Miami, Florida. The winning contestant will win a recording contract with our company and the possibility to go on a world tour with some of our most famous musicians. So make your dreams a reality. Come to One Music studios for your audition this weekend!

19. To whom is this notice addressed?
20. Who may participate in the auditions?
Questions 21 - 23:

Reading text:

Travel and Hospitality Convention

The 10th annual North American Travel and Hospitality Convention will be held this year from April 5 to April 9. The Chateau Moraine Convention Center located in Banff, Alberta will play host to the convention and events this year. All those wishing to attend can register online before March 12 at www.nathc.net. On-site registration will also be available on the first day of the convention.

Early Registration:

Single: $110 Group: $100

On-site Registration:

Single: $130 Group: $120

*Group rates are per person and require at least six people registering together at the same time.

21. When is on-site registration available?
22. How much will a single visitor pay to register on March 1?
23. What restriction is placed on group rates?
Questions 24 - 28:
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Reading text 1:

To: All customer financial advisors
From: Head office
Re: Credit card use

With Thanksgiving next month, and Christmas also getting closer, we would like you to use the following information to help you advise customers. When customers come to get advice about reducing or avoiding credit card debt, give them a copy of the attached article. Explain to them that they should spend only what they can afford. Help them understand the main reasons for debt. Also, please become familiar with our new interest rates because customers may ask about them.

Reading text 2:

HOLIDAY DEBT

During the holiday season, many Americans find themselves in great financial trouble. Recent studies show that the average American buys many more gifts than he or she can afford. That may help explain why the average American has a debt of $7,000. Many citizens have even larger debts of between $15,000 and $18,000. The use of credit cards is the main source of debt in holiday spending. Financial advisors recommend that consumers only spend as much as they can afford during the holiday season to avoid financial difficulties in the following months. Interest can significantly increase the final costs. Please ask one of our advisors for a list of current interest rates.

24. What is the main reason for debt in holiday spending?
25. How much does the average American owe?
26. Who is this article for?
27. What can cause debts to increase?
28. When was this memo probably sent?
Questions 29 - 33:
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Reading text 1:

Port Royal Cruises!
An unforgettable adventure in historic Jamaica!

Have the adventure of a lifetime by taking a cruise on an incredible replica of an actual pirate ship! Departing on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from beautiful Port Royal, Jamaica, the H.M.S. Lady Blackbeard travels to numerous sites of interest! Featuring gourmet meals and beverages, the ship has a dining room, lounge, bar, and café. And the itinerary also includes a deck party with a buffet meal created by popular chef, Elijah Bolt. The vessel can accommodate up to 110 passengers, and rooms are equipped with private bathroom facilities and televisions. Tickets are just $450 per person for a two-night cruise, including three daily meals. The ship is also available for lease for corporate or private functions. To inquire about trip details or to view images of the ship and its facilities, visit www.portroyalcruise.co.jm.

Reading text 2:

TO Evan Baughman
FROM Rayleen Webb
SUBJECT Re: Post-conference activity
DATE April 30

Evan,

I checked the Port Royal Cruises Web site you mentioned. I agree that it would be a fun activity for those of us from the company attending the conference in Jamaica in June. I contacted the company to find out about renting the ship, and the cost is $7,500 per day including meals, staff, accommodation, and tours. So, a two-day rental would fall within our budget. We could depart on Friday and be back in Port Royal on Sunday morning, in time for our return flights to Edmonton in the afternoon.

If needed, the ship has audiovisual equipment we can use, and Internet access is available. It also has a paid laundry service, and the cruise line's bus can pick us up at the Mont Drake Resort where the conference is taking place.

I'll proceed with the booking once you give me your consent.

Rayleen

Reading text 3:

Port Royal Cruises
Your comments are very important to us...

Please take a few moments to comment on your trip with Port Royal Cruises! The feedback we collect will be used to improve services and facilities. Your details will not be shared with any third party. After completing this card, please visit the reception desk on the ship or our administrative office to hand it in.

1. How did you learn about Port Royal Cruises?
It was recommended to me by a colleague.

2. Would you recommend a cruise with us to your friends?
Yes, as well as companies hosting events.

3. What were the best aspects of your trip?
Great onboard facilities, helpful staff, fun sites, excellent gourmet menu from Elijah Bolt, and comfortable lounge.

4. How could your trip have been better?
The laundry service could have been better. Some of my clothes came back wrinkled. Also, the shuttle bus could have been less crowded.

5. Would you like to receive regular e-mail newsletters from Port Royal Cruises? YES ☐ NO ☑

NAME: Reyleen Webb
DATE OF TOUR: June 26-27
E-MAIL: raweb@pealeint.com

29. What does Ms. Webb suggest about the cruise she took?
30. What is mentioned about the H.M.S. Lady Blackbeard?
31. What is the purpose of the e-mail?
32. What is indicated about the comment card?
33. What did Ms. Webb most likely have to do?