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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

7. Where does the conversation take place?
8. How long will the woman have to wait?
9. What does the man suggest doing?
10. What does the man want to do?
11. Why does the man say, "Is that so"?
12. What will the woman most likely do next?
13. Where most likely does this conversation take place?
14. Why was the woman worried?
15. What will the man probably do next?

PART 4

16. What does Dave's English camp try to do?
17. What time are the classes?
18. What can you do after class?
19. What is being constructed?
20. When will construction begin?
21. What does the speaker suggest travelers do?
22. Who most likely are the listeners?
23. What does the speaker mention about the company's customers?
24. Look at the graphic. Which phone is the company's budget model?

PART 5

25. The software company offers training _____ Atlanta.
26. The plan will be redesigned both to shorten project duration and _____ implementation.
27. GasCo sells more than 8 million gallons of oil a year, half of _____ is consumed in the United States alone.
28. Tam's success is really _____ to us.
29. Some employees have to wait years before they are fully _____ in the company pension plan.
30. Travelers are advised to make reservations for their trip before the _____ rates increase.
31. According to recent _____, nearly 35 million Americans live in poverty.
32. Words just _____ me when I try to say how happy I am.

PART 6

Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

To: All staff
From: Jessica Houston, Store Manager
Date: Tuesday, March 29 / Subject: Reminders

It has come to my attention that many customers who recently visited our store have complained about the attitudes of some staff members.

Please be reminded that our objective is to bring our customers the best service at all times, and the quality of the service we provide is dependent on each store staff member who _____(1) serves customers.

Let us get back to basics and start by greeting customers with a smile and asking if they need help with anything. _____(2), please do not just walk away after you are done assisting customers. Instead, ask them once more if they need further _____(3).

_____(4). I will be expecting better attitudes from all store staff members and, hopefully, greater satisfaction from our customers as well.

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

PART 7

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:

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.

Sincerely,

Stacy Mott
Financial Advisor

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

PART 7

Questions 45 - 49:

Reading text 1:

The Meredith Fashion Institute (MFI) invites you to attend our annual spring fashion show featuring our graduating students:

A Breath of Fresh Air
A showcase of fashions that are light, airy, and innovative

Entertainment, Lunch, and Fashion Show
Master of ceremonies: Stylist Melvin Lee
Music by DJ Raina

$40 per Person
Saturday, May 7, Noon

Hannah Hall Banquet Room
Meredith Fashion Institute

As always, the event is being held at our campus on 1000 South Grand Avenue in Los Angeles. All proceeds benefit a start-up fund for beginning designers who need support to become established in the competitive world of fashion design.

Reading text 2:

To: Troy Seeger
From: Anna Cruise
Date: April 4
Subject: Re: Photo services

Dear Mr. Seeger,

I received your message concerning Meredith Fashion Institute's upcoming event. I appreciate what the proceeds of the show will be used for, so I would be happy to participate as the official photographer. Moreover, I am willing to offer my services free of charge and provide you with images for the school's use. However, the costs of covering an event as large as this one are quite high, even though it will provide me with a lot of exposure. Therefore, I am asking your permission to install a photo booth by the entrance and to charge visitors a small fee for prints. All I need is space to set up my camera, table, backdrop, and printer. I can leave an assistant in charge of the table while I photograph the event. Please contact me at 555-0493 to discuss this further.

Sincerely,
Anna Cruise

Reading text 3:

Fashion Guide Magazine

LA Scene
By Beth Rowlands

As always, the Meredith Fashion Institute's annual showcase of student fashion offered an exciting glimpse into the possible future of the industry. For those who are unaware, MFI has turned out many successful graduates, including Roxy Cooper and Belle Hashimoto. The event's host, also a graduate of the institute, has done models' hair and makeup for several of Fashion Guide Magazine's feature articles. The fashions in this year's show truly lived up to the theme of being "light, airy, and innovative." They featured plenty of loose tops, baggy pants, and oversize coats. The clothing was subdued, consisting mainly of neutral shades accented by the occasional hint of color. But the materials stood out the most — textured fabrics expertly cut into a variety of bold shapes. Check out some photos below. You may be able to find some of them at a local fashion retailer one day.

45. What is NOT indicated about Meredith Fashion Institute's event?
46. What does Ms. Cruise say that she appreciates about the event?
47. Why does Ms. Cruise want to set up a booth?
48. What is true about Melvin Lee?
49. What does Ms. Rowlands mention about the fashions featured at MFI's event?
Questions 50 - 54:

Reading text 1:

Pittsburgh Business Association (PBA) presents:
Business 101
Thursday, October 12, from 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
at the Vantage Hotel, 5000 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Get advice on starting a business by attending this seminar hosted by the PBA, which has fostered entrepreneurship and innovation for over 35 years. Participants will have the opportunity to sign up for loans during the event.

SCHEDULE:
8:30 A.M. Business planning: Erin Baxter, Pittsburgh University
Funding your startup: Adam Felder, Angel Investments
Legal matters: Robert Chang, Chang & Associates
9:30 A.M. Networking break
10:00 A.M. Hiring staff: Anya Suresh, Suresh Staffing
Engaging customers: Tomas Defeo, Defeo Consulting
11:00 A.M. Screening for loan applications with Capitol Bank supervising loan officer Linda Baker
12:00 P.M. Lunch

This event is free for PBA members, guest consultants, and speakers. Non-members may purchase tickets for $125 at www.pba.org. Those seeking loan consultations are asked to submit an application online at www.capitolbank.com/loanapp before October 11. For more information, e-mail info@pba.org.

Sponsored by: Capitol Bank

Reading text 2:

To: Dave Saxon
From: Linda Baker
Subject: Business 101
Date: September 28

Dave,

I have to be at a training seminar in Miami from October 11 to 14 along with other senior bank executives from around the country. As a result, Simon Ashley will be assuming my position and screening loan applications at the Business 101 seminar. Please inform everyone that I am scheduled to meet with on Thursday that he will be taking my place. Assure them that he is a highly skilled business development officer who has worked with Capitol Bank for eight years. He is familiar with our practices, and has a thorough knowledge of the requirements for starting a business as well as mortgages. He'll have no problem answering any questions that come up.

Sincerely,

Linda Baker
Supervising Loan Officer

Reading text 3:

CAPITOL BANK LOAN APPLICATION

Date: October 10

Applicant Information

Applicant's Name: Shirley Castle Business Name: Castle Arts & Crafts
Business address: 3024 Beechwood Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Business type: Retail and services Number of staff: 15
Phone: 555-6573 E-mail: s.castle@castlecrafts.com

Desired loan amount:
☒ $5,000 to $25,000 ☐ $25,001 to $50,000 ☐ $50,001 and above
Please outline the use of funds below.

Purpose Estimated cost Comments
Land and building -
New construction -
Leasehold improvements $7,000 Conversion of existing storage area to workshop classroom
Supplies or equipment $2,500 Fixtures and furnishing
Financial obligations -

Submission of this form does not guarantee a loan. All loans must be evaluated by a business development officer or a supervising loan officer.

50. What has Mr. Chang been scheduled to do?
51. What is true about the Business 101 seminar?
52. What is mentioned about Mr. Ashley?
53. What can be inferred about Ms. Castle?
54. What is suggested about Ms. Castle's loan application?

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