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7. When will a meeting take place?
8. What does the woman want to do?
9. What does the man mean when he says, "I can join you in the conference room"?
10. What led to the decision made by the boss?
11. Who got the position?
12. According to the woman, why did Ms. Simpson drop out of the race?
13. What problem does the man have?
14. What does the woman suggest?
15. Where is this conversation most likely taking place?


16. Who is the man describing?
17. What is Rosa's current job?
18. In which of the following does Rosa NOT have experience?
19. What is Mr. Jenson's new position?
20. What is NOT a quality of Mr. Jenson's?
21. Which of the following position has Mr. Jenson NOT held?
22. How often will buses run beginning next month?
23. Look at the graphic. When will the regular shuttle bus service most likely resume?
24. What is mentioned about Brenda Kirk?


25. Utterly _____, the climbers fell asleep at once.
26. For anyone interested in _____ a performance by Rosa Marche, she is expected to resume her free weekly performances on June 27 at 12:30 the Moreen Park band shelter.
27. One employee at the company prefers working during fixed hours, while _____ appreciates the flex-hour system recently installed by the manager.
28. The _____ of alcohol is not allowed in any of the company's premises in order to present a clean image.
29. I've worked out the _____ for the first few months of the year, and have made a list of tasks for you to help with if you're available.
30. The financial _____ of our business don't allow us to lease an office with such a high monthly rent.
31. Diamond Getaway travel agency is considered to be the _____ source of worldwide trips among travelers.
32. The sales team and the administration team are _____ on a project to develop a more detailed customer database.


Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

To: Teachers
From: Kevin Greene
Subject: Report Cards

To all teachers,

You are probably _____(1) that report cards are scheduled to be sent out next month. I know that you are all busy with your classes, but please try to work on writing report cards for your students. Do not forget that the report cards need to be _____(2) reviewed, printed and signed before they are put in the mail. Please complete and submit your report cards one week _____(3) the deadline, July 15. _____(4). Thank you in advance for your efforts. I appreciate your hard work and encourage you to continue doing your best.

Kevin Greene
Director, Silver Star Academy

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


Questions 37 - 39:

Reading text:

Adam Suzuki
12 Westbourne Avenue
Hull, UK, HU2 7HH
November 22

Dear Mr. Suzuki,

I am pleased to announce a change to your North Bank account. Currently, you can overdraw up to £250 from your checking account when needed. -[1]-. As you have been a loyal customer with us over the past three years and have an excellent credit rating, your overdraft limit has been increased to £750. The increase will take effect at the beginning of next month. -[2]-.

In addition, I would like to let you know that you are eligible to apply for our Silver Spender and Graduate Spender credit cards. -[3]-. Some details about the benefits of each card are listed below. If you are interested in applying for either card, please fill out the attached form and send it to us. There is no need to do anything else as you have already been preapproved. -[4]-.

Silver Spender Credit Card
• 10% discount on movie admission fees
• 0% interest on installment plans for up to 24 months
• £25 annual fee

Graduate Spender Credit Card
• Access to Greyline Air's VIP lounges in airports nationwide
0% interest on installment plans for up to 12 months
• £45 annual fee

Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at any time.

North Bank Customer Service Team

37. What is the purpose of the letter?
38. What is indicated about the Graduate Spender Credit Card?
39. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "Other terms and conditions associated with your account will remain the same."
Questions 40 - 43:

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

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


Questions 44 - 48:

Reading text 1:

From: Mary Helmsford
To: Linda Watercrest
Subject: Conference

Dear Linda,

As you requested, I am writing to provide you with some more information about the conference at the end of the month. It will be held at the Gillmor Conference Center in San Francisco, California, on Saturday, May 14th.
The conference is a great way for New Media Inc. employees to meet other people in the entertainment industry. The conference schedule is as follows:

8:00-10:00 A.M. "Understanding the Customer" presented by market analyst, Richard Preyer

10:15-12:00 A.M. "Making an Effective Presentation" presented by CEO of Anderson Entertainment, Brian Thompson

12:00-1:00 P.M. Free lunch

1:30-3:30 P.M. "Increasing Productivity" presented by Director of Sales at Phillip Mortin Media, Bob Ross

3:45-5:45 P.M. "Future Trends in the Entertainment Industry" presented by Phillip Trent, author of "The 10 Most Successful Media Companies"

5:45-6:00 P.M. Closing remarks by Samuel Wright, conference coordiantor

Please note that New Media Inc. will pay for the registration fee, accommodation, and all meals. Employees are expected to pay for transportaion to and from the conference. I hope you find this information helpful.

Mary Helmsford
Director of New Media Inc.

Reading text 2:

From: Linda Watercrest
To: All employees
Subject: Conference

Hi, everyone! I am just writing to inform you that there has been a slight schedule change for the conference on Saturday. You may have already heard it on the news, but Richard Preyer suffered a heart attack on Thursday night and is recovering in Mercy Hospital. Unfortunately, he will not be able to give his presentation as planned. I have been informed by the conference coordinator that Michel Tupper, the Director of Customer Relations at Fleet Media, will be presenting instead. He will talk about his 20 years of experience dealing with customer complaints under the title of "How to Satisfy the Customer." Also, if you have any speial meal requests for the conference, please contact Mary Helmsford at 895-326-6547 by May 4th.

44. Why did Mary Helmsford write the email?
45. What does Mary Helmsford say about the conference?
46. What are employees expected to pay for?
47. What is TRUE about Michel Tupper?
48. Which seminar was cancelled at the conference?
Questions 49 - 53:

Reading text 1:

Association of Materials Engineers (AME)
9th Annual Eastern Regional Conference
March 10 to 11 | Clifton, New Jersey

Organized by the New Jersey Chapter of AME and hosted by the Clifton University College of Materials Science and Engineering, the 9th Annual Eastern Regional Conference provides an opportunity for engineers and scientists to learn about new technologies and network with their peers. Join practical workshops, hear about the latest research, and build relationships with stakeholders and representatives from various sectors.

Additionally, the New Jersey Chapter is pleased to continue supporting the High School Engineering Outreach Program as part of the conference. High school students in the area will be invited to participate in planned activities to learn about various aspects of the materials engineering profession. The program includes a special luncheon where students can interact with practicing engineers.

Businesses are also invited to run advertisements in our program brochure or display promotional banners at the venue. If your company is interested in doing so to support this event, please contact event coordinator Melinda Rose at For all other information, visit our Web site at

Reading text 2:

To: Melinda Rose
From: Paula Vance
Date: January 22
Subject: Conference

Dear Ms. Rose,

Thank you for processing our request. A digital copy of the full-page advertisement meant for inclusion in your brochure has been attached. Other marketing materials will be sent in a separate e-mail as soon as they are finalized. I also received the four conference tickets as part of the benefits package. Incidentally, I'd like to inquire about the price of obtaining full conference tickets on the day of the event. A colleague from an affiliated company in Europe is interested in attending, but he cannot be sure of his availability until a few days before the event. He is not yet a member of the AME but belongs to the European Society of Engineers, with whom we will be working closely on a future project.

I appreciate your assistance and look forward to hearing from you shortly.

Paula Vance
Senior engineer
Hiller Engineering

Reading text 3:

Association of Materials Engineers (AME)
9th Annual Eastern Regional Conference

Registration Fees

One-day registration
Early Regular On-site
Member $150 $230 $285
Non-member $175 $255 $310
Student* $45 $75 $100

Two-day registration
Early Regular On-site
Member $225 $340 $425
Non-member $265 $380 $460
Student* $75 $95 $120

The deadline for early registration is on January 24, and February 16 is the deadline for regular registration.

*Prices shown are for both graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in any science or engineering program around the country. High school students attending as part of our outreach program may enter free.

49. According to the announcement, what is NOT included in the 9th Annual Eastern Regional Conference?
50. What is indicated about Hiller Engineering?
51. What can Ms. Rose expect to receive from Ms. Vance?
52. What is mentioned about the conference fees?
53. How much will Ms. Vance's colleague have to pay for his ticket?

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