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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

7. Where do they most likely work?
8. Who is going to bring the pictures?
9. What will the woman most likely do next?
10. Where does the man want to go?
11. How will the man get to his destination?
12. How long will it take for the man to get to his destination?
13. What problem does the woman have?
14. What does the woman want to do?
15. What will the woman probably do next?

PART 4

16. Who is most likely speaking?
17. What does the speaker recommend?
18. When is the construction expected to finish?
19. Where do the listeners most likely work?
20. Why does the speaker say, "we don't know who has an appointment tomorrow"?
21. What does the speaker mention about Janet Lee?
22. Why will some neighborhoods temporarily lose power?
23. Look at the graphic. When will an outage occur in a commercial neighborhood?.
24. According to the speaker, why should a listener call the customer service department?

PART 5

25. I missed the news at 6:00, but I can watch _____ at 11:00.
26. By volunteering, you can create lasting memories and _____ valuable experience.
27. _____ the right to limit quantities when you are selling seasonal items that are in high demand.
28. It is tiring to talk to such _____ minded person.
29. The client would appreciate it if the invoice could be sent _____ so he can pay it before the end of the fiscal year.
30. Management _____ on resource allocation for the coming quarter will have to be set aside until the director arrives back from his business trip.
31. The most obvious reason for the existence of pensions is the tax advantage, since pension _____ are permitted to accumulate untaxed until retirement.
32. It seems that every new OO language author _____ the need to distinguish their language by coming up with new terminology.

PART 6

Questions 33 - 35:

Reading text:

Welcome

Our mission is to promote and protect the health and _____(1) of all residents.

From birth throughout life, we can help enrich and protect the lives of the people of _____(2) state.

We offer programs that deal with complex social, economic and individual issues. _____(3) range from Medicaid to stamps, child protection to disease prevention.

Last year, we helped almost 340,000 people in our state, one out of every four state residents.

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

PART 7

Questions 36 - 37:

Reading text:

Sarah Badler, Director of Marketing and Sales
Victory Cosmetics
29 Singer Ave., 5th Floor 
Los Angeles, CA

July 7 

June Chadwick 
Visitor Promotional Productions
523 Duncan Street, Room 12 
Los Angeles, CA 

Dear Ms. Chadwick, 

We at Victory Cosmetics would like to extend our thanks and gratitude for the wonderful work you and your promotional team have done for our newest line of perfumes. The advertisements you created for both print and television are fantastic. Your promotional strategy has paid off as we've already started earning revenues after just the first sales quarter.

This has been the most profitable launch of any Victory product in the last 20 years. You have done a tremendous job, and we look forward to working with your firm again. With this letter you will find an enclosed bonus check which we would like you to use for a small celebration with your staff. This is just our way of saying thank you.

Sincerely yours,
Sarah Badler 
Director of Marketing and Sales 
Victory Cosmetics  

36. What is the purpose of the letter?
37. What does Ms. Badler say about the recent product launch?
Questions 38 - 39:

Reading text:

Airport Expansion in the Works

FORT REGINALD - The Fort Reginald Ministry of Transportation is currently finalizing plans to expand Mirabel International Airport. According to sources, a minimum of 142 million Euro, more than half coming from overseas investment, is to be earmarked for the project. The Ministry cites the steady increase in air traffic and the deregulation of air transport as the major factors that have led to the elaboration of a project for the expansion and modernization of the current airport.

The main feature of the project will be a major new addition to the terminal, to be designed by the architect Santiago Cervantes. This will expand the total size of the air terminal to cover an area of 25,000 square meters, including five additional gates, and experts estimate it will be capable to handle 2.5 million passengers per year. The groundbreaking ceremony is slated for early this September, and construction is expected to be completed in about 18 months.

38. Where will the largest portion of the funding for the expansion come from?
39. What is NOT part of the proposed plan for the airport?

PART 7

Questions 40 - 44:

Reading text 1:

12 April 2007

Employment Officer
Porter Investments
67 Waltham Ave.
Boston, MA

Dear Mr. Wright,

I was extremely interested in your recent advertisement for an Assistant Accountant, which appeared in the March issue of Financial Times. I am confident that my educational background and work experiece make me the ideal candiate for this position.

I graduated last year with high honors from Georgetown University, where I double majored in accounting and economics. My thesis, "The Economics of Investing," received the highest grade in my class. While at University, I was also president of the Finance Club, and the Treasurer of the Student Council. In my junior year, I was responsible for organizing a fundraising event that collected 50 thousand dollars for the new gymnasium on campus.

Last summer, I was accepted for an internship position with Harvey Investments, a famous New York investment firm. During my two months at Harvey Investments, I managed over 20 corporate accounts, and was responsible for approximately 1 million dollars in investments.

I have enclosed a detailed resume, along with two letters of recommendation, and my University transcript. I hope you will find my personality and work experience a good match for this position. Please feel free to contact me at 896-326-5478, if you have any questions.

Sincerely,
Richard Bolt

Reading text 2:

12 Frosty Rd.
Boston, MA

Dear Mr. Bolt,

I am sorry to inform you that the position you applied for has been filled. I want you to know, however, that I thought your resume and cover letter were extremely interesting. I think you would be an excellent addition to our team here at Porter Investments. If you would like to pursue other employment opportunities with our company, please contact Martin Plaster, the Director of Finances. He might be able to tell you about some other positions that will be available in the future. He can be reached at 895-654-2315. Thank you for your interest in our company.

Sincerely,
Paul Wright

40. What did Richard Bolt achieve while at Georgetown University?
41. What does the letter suggest about Harvey Investments?
42. What news does Mr. Wright give Richard Bolt?
43. Why might Mr. Bolt contact Martin Plaster?
44. The word "extremely" of the second letter is closest in meaning to
Questions 45 - 49:

Reading text 1:

Advanced Financial
244 Harbor Rd.
Portland, ME

June 22, 2007

Dear Mr. Benson,

I have written to you several times over the past two months requesting an explanation on why you have failed to bring your account with us up-to-date.

By ignoring these requests, you are damaging the excellent credit record you had previously maintained with our company. In addition, every month that you fail to pay your account, you receive a $25 late payment fee. As of the date of this letter, your account balance is $235.04.

Unless I hear from you within ten days, I will have no other choice but to turn your account over to a debt collection agency. I am sorry that we must take such drastic action but I am afraid you leave us no choice. You can preserve your credit rating by sending us a check for the amount stated above.

Sincerely,

Ross Gunter
Director of Accounting
Advanced Financial

Reading text 2:

Advanced Financial
244 Harbor Rd.
Portland, ME

July 8, 2007

Dear Mr. Benson

Thank you for your letter. You deserve an explanation for what went wrong in our accounting department, and I hope that this letter will help resolve our recent error. It has taken a lot of time to find out what happened, so please accept our apologies for the delay in this response.

A thorough look at our records revealed that we did receive your April payment on time, as you stated in your letter of June 25. However, it was credited to an account which bears a similar name to yours. Therefore, we began sending you our standard notices requesting payment, in keeping with our routine policy.

I am sorry for all the distress we have caused you. You have been a valued customer of ours for a long time and we appreciate your understanding. To express our sincerest apologies, we would like to send you a $175 gift certificate to The Wilson Spa and Massage Center.

Sincerely,

Ross Gunter
Director of Accounting,
Advanced Financial

45. What is the purpose of the first letter?
46. In the first letter the word "drastic" in paragraph 3, is closest in meaning to
47. What problem did the accounting department discover?
48. How does the company apologize for their mistakes?
49. What can be inferred about Mr. Benson?

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