Đề thi TOEIC rút gọn ngày 10/07/2024

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Đề thi TOEIC rút gọn ngày 10/07/2024

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1. They were heard _____ goodbye to their friends.
2. _____ is very important that all visitors to the production plant wear protective glasses and helmets in the assembly area.
3. The employee preferred to have a _____ in salary than to have to continue working with her outdated computer.
4. A good medical insurance policy will _____ preventive health programs as well as treatment.
5. I'm sorry to be late for the meeting, but my new secretary _____ to tell me you had scheduled it earlier.
6. When someone dies and their _____ reach a certain figure, their family has to pay an additional tax.


Questions 7 - 10:

Reading text:

To: Scott Douglas (sdouglas@evergladeprints.com)
From: Edward Kovac (edward.k@collinsconsulting.com)
Subject: Brochure alterations
Date: 8 May

Dear Mr. Douglas,

Please find attached a copy of the brochure you designed with our comments. Our team has reviewed the draft, and we are _____(1) with the quality of the pamphlet thus far. Despite this, we do require a few changes.

In particular, there were minor layout and color errors and some important information was _____(2) as well. We left notes in the brochure regarding where the omitted details should go. _____(3). Please send us a revised draft when it is ready. We will, of course, be happy to _____(4) the extra cost.

Best wishes,

7. (1)
8. (2)
9. (3)
10. (4)


Questions 11 - 14:

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!

11. What is suggested about Mr. Boyd?
12. What is true about Ms. Jacobsen?
13. At 9:44 A.M., what does Mr. Boyd mean when he writes, "It's a deal"?
14. What will Mr. Boyd do after lunch on Wednesday?
Questions 15 - 16:

Reading text:

Waldorf Books is excited to announce it will be offering a new print-on-demand publishing service. The company has created a database of all the major and minor book titles in the world and developed a program that can access electronic versions of these books. If a customer is unable to find a book in paperback or hardcover in the store, he can go to the Print-On-Demand kiosk and with the push of a button print a copy of the book without ever leaving the store! This new technology has a couple of advantages: customers can choose from a more extensive selection of books, and the final product is cheaper. The service is especially useful for individuals who are most interested in less popular titles by relatively unknown authors. The print-on-demand service will be available at all Waldorf Books stores starting this September.

15. What service will Waldorf Books offer?
16. According to the advertisement, who will benefit the most from the service?
Questions 17 - 21:
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Reading text 1:

To: Fran Morris(fran@friendlyflowers.com)
From: Jerry Sprigs(jerry@irvingcountryclub.com)
Subject: Delivery Request

Dear Ms. Morris,

I am writing to inform you that the McGuiness Women's Foundation Luncheon, which was scheduled to take place this Saturday at 3 p.m., has been postponed to Sunday at 2 p.m., due to predictions of showers. Therefore, I would like to change the delivery time for the flower arrangements we ordered. Would you be able to deliver the flowers either Saturday morning, or between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon? Also, if you choose to deliver the flowers on Saturday afternoon, please do not take the flowers to the Club House; we will be hosting a charity lunch for the Rotary Club at that time, and the area will be full of people. Instead, could you please bring the flowers to the Maintenance building next to the botanical gardens? If you can bring the flowers in the morning, just take them directly to the Club House as we originally discussed. Please e-mail me immediately to confirm these changes.

Jerry Sprigs
Manager, Irving Country Club

Reading text 2:

To: Jerry Sprigs(jerry@irvingcountryclub.com)
From: Fran Morris(fran@friendlyflowers.com)
Subject: RE: Delivery Request

Dear Mr. Sprigs,

I received your request to change the date and time we deliver your flowers. Unfortunately, we are completely booked in the afternoon on Saturday and will not be able to deliver the flowers at the time you requested. We would be happy to deliver the flowers between 10:00 a.m. and 12 p.m. on Saturday. Also, I should inform you that Friendly Flowers charges $25 for any changes that are made to orders on such short notice. I apologize for this inconvenience, but it helps us provide the most reliable service possible. I will be out of the office this afternoon, so please call me on my cell phone at 369-654-9876.

Fran Morris
Owner, Friendly Flowers

17. Why does Jerry Sprigs want to change the delivery time?
18. What is TRUE about the Irving Country Club?
19. What should Mr. Sprigs do to change an order?
20. In the second e-mail, the word "reliable" is closest in meaning to
21. How will Fran Morris most likely deliver the flowers?