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7. Who most likely is the woman?
8. What is the man’s problem?
9. Look at the graphic. How much will the man be refunded?
10. Why is Patricia calling Nick?
11. Why can't Patricia reach Kevin?
12. What does Nick offer to do?
13. What is the conversation mainly about?
14. What does the man imply when he says, “the price is highly dependent on the region they’re from”?
15. What does the woman ask the man to do?


16. How long has the speaker been involved in photography?
17. What kind of photos does he prefer?
18. What is one disadvantage of his hobby?
19. What does the speaker ask the participants to do?
20. What does the speaker remind the listeners to bring?
21. What should one do if help is needed?
22. Who most likely are the listeners?
23. Look at the graphic. Which expense will most likely be reduced?
24. What will happen next?


25. _____ in 2010, the gallery continues to add new exhibition rooms.
26. Most companies like all their employees _____ on innovative products and to believe passionately in their mission.
27. Ms. Lee will reserve the meeting room _____ Ms. Leno prepares copies of the meeting agenda.
28. The applicant's unique _____ enabled her to have almost any job that she wanted.
29. The project implementation committee is staffed by a _____ group with years of experience in the formation of financial cooperatives.
30. This new automatic ordering system is designed to help customers place their orders more _____ regardless of time and location.
31. A road collapse has _____ traffic delays on the main route between Mildura and Merbein.
32. War _____ is a slang term for the stocks and bonds of corporations in the defense industry.


Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

To: Customer Service (
From: Alex Hogan (
Subject: Reservation #JHK2105
Date: June 21

To Whom It May Concern,

_____(1). I apologize for the inconvenience, but a personal matter has come up, _____(2) me from flying to Budapest as planned. I would like to get my money back. If this is possible, can you please _____(3) my request? I am hoping to book a different flight to Sydney in less than five days. I understand that I will have to pay a _____(4) for this change. You may deduct this from the amount that will be returned to me.

Please let me know if you need any other information.


Alex Hogan

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


Questions 37 - 40:

Reading text:

HELEN COULTER [July 15, 9:54 A.M.] I hope you are all having a good break. I just heard back from the producer of Timelight this morning, and they would like to extend Kitchen Belle's catering contract for another two years. The studio has renewed the TV series. Shall we keep the same schedule as last year, or would you like to switch times?
ELAINE PAINTER [July 15, 10:00 A.M.] That's great news! It will guarantee the business a steady income. I know Henry Lincoln usually does breakfast, but as long as he doesn't have a problem with it, can I take the morning shift instead of lunch this time?
GRAHAM FULTON [July 15, 10:04 A.M.] It's fine by him. He's with me now and just told me so, Elaine. He'd actually prefer midday. As for me, I want to stick with the breakfast shift. Will there be any extra evening shoots this year?
HELEN COULTER [July 15, 10:05 A.M.] So Elaine and Graham can do the 7:30-11:00 shift, and Henry and I will do 11:30-3:30. There will be some evening shifts for extra pay, but none that will end past midnight. In addition, the show will also be filmed outside the studio this season, so we'll have to make adjustments. Anyway, we can discuss that issue when we return from vacation next week.
ELAINE PAINTER [July 15, 10:07 A.M.] Will the number of cast and crew be the same?
GRAHAM FULTON [July 15, 10:07 A.M.] It sounds like more work than last year.
HELEN COULTER [July 15, 10:08 A.M.] Yes, Elaine. There will be a total of 88 to feed rather than 67. And Graham, I think it will be more work. But they are paying us more, so I think we can afford to hire a couple of food preparation assistants.

37. At 10:04 A.M., what does Mr. Fulton most likely mean when he writes, "It's fine by him"?
38. When will Mr. Lincoln start his regular shifts next season?
39. What is implied about Timelight?
40. What will happen next week at Kitchen Belle?
Questions 41 - 44:

Reading text:

Davenport Accounting


TO: All Staff
FROM: Phillip Christensen

As most of you are already aware, we will soon be undergoing a complete update of our office hardware. Much of our equipment is quite old and due for replacement this year. -[1]-. We will be upgrading our server as well as providing new PCs to everyone who has not received one in the past five years. In addition, new printer terminals will be stationed throughout the office. Many of you have also asked for new monitors. -[2]-. We regret that we were unable to authorize all requests as funding is limited.

If you are receiving a new computer, please make sure to download all the files you will need onto an external hard drive by Friday. This is important as the old equipment will be replaced over the weekend and will be inaccessible to staff from Monday.

-[3]-. The technicians hope to complete all the work on Saturday and Sunday. Should there be a delay, you will be notified. If you have any questions, call me at extension 115 or send me an e-mail at

-[4]-. Thank you for your cooperation.

41. What is the purpose of the memo?
42. What is NOT indicated in the memo?
43. According to Mr. Christensen, what are employees responsible for?
44. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "You should already have received an e-mail concerning your request if it was approved."


Questions 45 - 49:

Reading text 1:

June 4

Marjorie Harkness
495 Rue Delacroix
New Orleans, Louisiana 70124

Dear Ms. Harkness,

As you may have heard, Pinefrost Publishing will be releasing the sequel to my novel Adriana's Song this fall. The book will be entitled Tony's Tune, and I have enclosed a complimentary copy of my newest manuscript for you to look over.

I was asked to find someone to write a foreword for the book, and I immediately thought of you. You have given all of my novels very positive reviews in Print Media Magazine, and I appreciate your support very much. Would you be willing to write a short preface for the new book for me?

Feel free to contact me at any time by mobile at 555-4009 or by e-mail at

Sincerely yours,

Rory Dansen

Reading text 2:

TO: Rory Dansen
FROM: Marjorie Harkness
SUBJECT: Your request
DATE: June 10

Dear Mr. Dansen,

I received a package yesterday with your newest manuscript and an included letter. Thank you so much for thinking of me to write the foreword, and I would be honored to do so for you.

I already started reading through your new work last night and am thoroughly enjoying it so far. However, it will take me some time to get through everything. Could you let me know by when you will need the foreword? Also, would you inform me how long it should be?

Finally, I would be interested in writing a review of the novel for the magazine in the future. Please let me know when I would be able to do so.


Marjorie Harkness

Literary critic, Print Media Magazine

Reading text 3:


In Tony's Tune, the follow-up to his best-selling novel Adriana's Song, Rory Dansen continues his dramatic story of the lives of the Beaumont family. Drawing from his own childhood and upbringing in the South, Dansen's second book in the series is a fascinating and detailed look at life in the Southern US states in the 1920s.

I have enjoyed many of Mr. Dansen's works over the years, and there is no doubt about his gift for storytelling. His ability to create characters that are complex and captivating is as obvious in Tony's Tune as it is in his other well-known novels, Fortune Fountain and Cry of the Seagull.

Dansen succeeds again in writing what will likely be considered a classic work of literature by generations to come.

Marjorie Harkness

45. What is the letter mainly about?
46. What is true about Ms. Harkness?
47. What did Ms. Harkness receive on June 9?
48. In the foreword of a book, the word "Drawing" is closest in meaning to
49. What is implied about Cry of the Seagull?
Questions 50 - 54:

Reading text 1:

Ruben St. Claire: Freelance Writer/Editor

ABOUT Contact Portfolio/Writing Samples

I write, edit, proofread, and research materials on a wide variety of topics. If your association, business, or institution requires help creating or perfecting magazine articles, blog posts, newsletters, or press releases, do not hesitate to contact me.

Major Clients
Borton University Alumni Association, North East Gardener's Journal, Urban Planning Association of Georgeville, Sportsworld Outfitters, Society for the Decorative Arts

National Association of Businesses Communications Award, GRB Prize for Editorial Excellence, Georgia P. Smythe Freelance Writers' Award

Reading text 2:

To: Ruben St. Claire
From: Christa Gables
Date: February 28
Subject: Inquiry

Dear Mr. St. Claire,

I am the proprietor of an online retail business, and I recently came across your Web site. I am interested in possibly hiring you to work on a series of short blog posts for my online clothing store, I went through your portfolio and noticed that you have done quite a lot of work for an athletic wear company that I know rather well. I believe you may fulfill my requirements as I retail similar types of products. Initially, I would need you to write three pages of copy to post on my Web site. If I am satisfied with your work, I will have three hours of research and about six hours of proofreading assignments for you to do as well. Please send me a list of your fees and an estimate for the total cost. Hopefully, we can get started as soon as possible.


Christa Gables

Reading text 3:

St. Claire Editing and Writing Services

Invoice: 001 March 6
Christa Gables,
14 Lewis Crescent
West Center, OH 49242

Type of work Quantity/Time Price
Writing 3 pages $225
Proofreading 6 hours $120
Research 5 hours $100
Total Amount Due
The total amount is due no later than five business days from the invoice date, and online payments and bank transfers are accepted. If you are sending a check, make it payable to: Ruben St. Claire.
Thank you very much for your business!

50. What is NOT indicated about Mr. St. Claire?
51. What is the main purpose of the e-mail?
52. With which of Mr. St. Claire's clients is Ms. Gables most likely familiar?
53. What does Ms. Gables ask Mr. St. Claire to do?
54. What can be inferred about Ms. Gables?

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