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6. Where does the man probably work?
7. What does the caller do?
8. What is the problem?
9. What kind of event are the speakers planning?
10. According to the woman, what did some employees indicate they need?
11. Look at the graphic. Which establishment does the man say he will contact?
12. Who most likely is Mr. Lee?
13. What does the man want to know?
14. What does the man ask the woman to do?


15. What are the tickets for?
16. Where can you get tickets?
17. What time will the bus leave?
18. Who most likely are the listeners?
19. What will most likely happen next?
20. Why does the speaker say, "You may be surprised by the results"?


21. The company's payroll office is located _____ the corner of Faribault and 23rd Streets, across from the Trade Center.
22. As I mentioned in our phone call, the convention center has a lot of new events _____ and we need as much help as we can get.
23. The team made a presentation in a very _____ way.
24. It is likely that _____ of the annual conference will reach an all-time high this year, with more than 1.000 people planning to attend.
25. This is especially true for companies with _____ brand values, but it likely means a change in how every marketing department sees itself.
26. The company _____ uses WordIt as our word processing program.


Questions 27 - 30:

Reading text:

To: Denise Barton (
From: Elmer Wittson (
Date: July 8
Subject: Inquiry

Dear Ms. Barton,

I am writing in regard to one of the _____(1) advertised in your sales flyer last week. The Cambridge XD multi-function printer was listed at a discounted price of only $449. As I have never seen it offered at such a large markdown, I am _____(2) to buy one.

However, I noticed the listing says that supplies may be limited. This is not surprising given that it is a very _____(3) model. _____(4). I am looking forward to hearing back from you.

Thank you,

Elmer Wittson

27. (1)
28. (2)
29. (3)
30. (4)


Questions 31 - 34:

Reading text:

Hilda Jacobsen [9:37 A.M.]
Larry, how's your schedule looking for the week? Anything major going on?


Larry Boyd [9:39 A.M.]
Not really. I was planning to spend most of my time working on the Hanifan project, but there's no rush. They don't need my designs for their office interior for another two weeks.


Larry Boyd [9:40 A.M.]
Something I can help you with?


Hilda Jacobsen [9:42 A.M.]
I was wondering if you would be free to join me in the city on Wednesday to meet some representatives from Digitek. I'll be pitching a lobby renovation idea to them. I really want their company as a client, so I think it would be great if you were there for support. You could help direct the conversation to my proposal's selling points just in case I forget something.


Larry Boyd [9:42 A.M.]
I hear you. What time on Wednesday is this meeting?


Hilda Jacobsen [9:43 A.M.]
It's at 10:30 A.M. We can take my car from here. I'll buy you lunch when we're done.


Larry Boyd [9:44 A.M.]
It's a deal. I'll see you on Wednesday. We'll be coming back to the office, right?


Hilda Jacobsen [9:45 A.M.]
Yes. I will e-mail you more details about the project in a moment. Thanks!

31. What is suggested about Mr. Boyd?
32. What is true about Ms. Jacobsen?
33. At 9:44 A.M., what does Mr. Boyd mean when he writes, "It's a deal"?
34. What will Mr. Boyd do after lunch on Wednesday?
Questions 35 - 38:

Reading text:

John Mallet [3:45 P.M.] Hi, everyone. You'll be happy to know that management gave me approval to send some of our people to the career fair at Duluth University next month.
Janet Chan [3:48 P.M.] That's excellent news. A lot of students have probably heard of our company, since Go-C Tech is such a short distance from the campus.
John Mallet [3:52 P.M.] Exactly, however, our budget is limited, so we need to decide which departments should be represented. We can't send everyone.
Melissa Kovac [3:55 P.M.] My marketing team recruited quite a few new people just last month. You can leave me out.
John Mallet [4:00 P.M.] I'll keep that in mind. And I think the accounting department should participate. Management feels that they will need more help when our purchase of Stanfield Incorporated moves forward. I'll speak to Susan Edwards about it.
Peter Mercer [4:01 P.M.] I need to supervise product testing in the research and development department for the next few months. Can I send someone in my place?
John Mallet [4:03 P.M.] Of course. Who do you choose, Peter?
Peter Mercer [4:05 P.M.] Amy Lintan. She doesn't have a lot of experience, but she's quite knowledgeable about our department's needs.
John Mallet [4:08 P.M.] That's fine. Perhaps someone who has been employed for a shorter time can provide a valuable perspective on what it is like to join our company.

35. What is indicated about Duluth University?
36. At 3:55 P.M., what does Ms. Kovac mean when she writes, "You can leave me out"?
37. What is implied about Go-C Tech?
38. Who will delegate a representative to the career fair?


Questions 39 - 43:

Reading text 1:

MARKETING POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Sav-Tech Incorporated, San Bernardino

Sav-Tech Incorporated is looking for promotions experts for its marketing department. Two full-time contractual positions are avallable at our headquarters in San Bernardino, California, and the start date for the job is February 1. Candidates must possess a degree in marketing, and we will only consider applications from those with three or more years of experience working in the field.

The selected candidates will work as part of the marketing team. Their duties will include the development, revision, and implementation of diverse marketing strategies to promote the sale of Sav-Tech's software applications for mobile phones and tablets.

Send a cover letter and current résumé to to apply. Applications will be accepted until January 15.

Reading text 2:

TO Mia Choi
FROM Pradeep Kumar
SUBJECT Possible marketing position
DATE January 14


I was having lunch today with a colleague, Rupert Kim, who works in my company's marketing division. He said that two members of their team are leaving and that his supervisor is looking to hire two new employees. I immediately thought of you since I remembered that you were looking for a job exactly like this.

I spoke with the marketing manager, David Bradley, and told him a bit about your experience and current situation. He seemed quite interested and said you could give him a call at 555-3928 to talk about the job and possibly set up a meeting. He said that there have been a lot of applicants have the necessary educational qualifications for the position but few that fulfilled the other requirement. You should probably contact Mr. Bradley today. If he is interested, he will ask you to send a reference.


Reading text 3:

Headman Advertising Agency

January 18

David Bradley
886 N. Arrowhead Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92401

Dear Mr. Bradley,

I am sending this letter in regard to Mia Choi, as I understand you are considering her for a position in your marketing department at Sav-Tech. I would highly recommend Ms. Choi for such a role, as she has been an exceptional employee over the last six years at Headman Advertising Agency in Los Angeles.

I have worked as Ms. Choi's director for several years now, and find her to be intelligent and creative. She has helped our agency develop many successful promotional campaigns, including work for Gleaming Studios and Holstein Dairy. Her field of expertise is social media, and she is very knowledgeable about current technological advances in regard to marketing.

I will miss working with her, but I understand this would be an excellent opportunity for her career. I'm sure you'll appreciate her as much as I have.

Sincerely yours,

Richard Morrison,
Creative Director
Headman Advertising Agency

39. What type of company is Sav-Tech?
40. What did Mr. Bradley indicate about most of the applicants for the marketing jobs?
41. What did Mr. Kumar do on January 14?
42. What is suggested about Mia Choi?
43. Who is Richard Morrison?

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