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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

7. What are they talking about?
8. What does the man want to know?
9. What will the woman do at lunch?
10. According to the woman, what does the supervisor want to do?
11. What problem does the man mention?
12. Why does the man say, "I'll e-mail you the presentation materials in a minute"?
13. What kind of product is being discussed?
14. What information was gathered from the public?
15. What does the man say about the test results?

PART 4

16. Where most likely is the talk taking place?
17. Who most likely is giving the talk?
18. When should the listeners be back?
19. What does Dave's English camp try to do?
20. What time are the classes?
21. What can you do after class?
22. Who most likely is the speaker?
23. What does the speaker imply when she says, "few people have shown interest"?
24. When will the listener most likely meet Mr. Patterson?

PART 5

25. She _____ yawns in English class.
26. The director developed a list of criteria for development, _____ he feels will boost the company's prestige.
27. The architects want all the hallways _____
28. A full two-year warranty is provided to anyone who _____ an Eaton laptop computer during the month of May.
29. Even as they _____ through the hundreds of pages of supporting material, the committee was still not convinced that the project was justified.
30. Your X-rays will have your name and social security number printed on them, so we can easily _____ them as yours.
31. Service occupations are prevalent in all sectors of the economy, such as in manufacturing as _____ as in the service sector.
32. It was quite a good film but I thought the characters were a bit like _____

PART 6

Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

To: Henry Chan (h.chan@followmail.com)
From: Gleeson Consulting (hr@gleeson.com)
Date: March 14
Subject: Re: Application for project manager position

Dear Mr. Chan,

We received your application for project manager at Gleeson Consulting. The company had a large number of applicants, so _____(1) for the position was rather strong. I therefore regret to inform you that you have not been shortlisted for this post. _____(2), we have closely examined your qualifications and consider you eligible for the project assistant position. _____(3).

Interviews for this vacancy will take place on March 20 from 10 AM to 3 PM. Please get in touch with me to let me know if you are interested in the job and can come in between these times. If you are not _____(4), perhaps we can arrange a date that is more convenient for you.

Yours truly,

Jacqueline Hart
Human resources manager
Gleeson Consulting

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

PART 7

Questions 37 - 38:

Reading text:

Andrea,
This note is just to remind you of what needs to be done today. I'm very busy from early this morning until late in the afternoon, so I don't have time to do all this.

1. Wash the car
2. Mail this letter
3. Pay the gas bill
4. Pick up my clothes from the dry cleaner's
5. Return the videos we watched last night
6. Make a pizza for dinner tonight

Thanks so much!
Casey

37. Where will Andrea probably NOT go?
38. Why does Casey ask Andrea to do these things?
Questions 39 - 41:

Reading text:

May 19

Customer Services Office
WorldTravel Limited
25 Cramden Road
London

To Whom It May Concern:
I spent most of the last two days calling your customer service lines in an effort to resolve this situation (see my customer reference number, A802234-202), but I have gotten nowhere.
So, I'm writing in the hopes that this letter will get into the hands of a more effective person. I'm really hoping you can help me.
On Monday, May 16th, I was in the airport checking my baggage for a flight to Amsterdam, and the young man who was helping me - James Strathcona was his name - tore the handle off my suitcase when he was lifting it onto the conveyor belt. I have since inquired as to how much it would cost to fix and was told it would be at least US$45.00. I have enclosed a photocopy of the quote from the repairman.
On principle, I really feel these repairs ought to be paid by WorldTravel, as the damage was done while one of your people was handling my luggage. However, I am being given the run-around by your customer service staff whenever I call. One young man was even so bold as to suggest that the suitcase was probably worn out and ready to break anyway. I assure you that this is not true: I only recently bought the set, and the only reason it was broken was that it was handled with excessive force.
In all other dealings I've had with your company, I have had very positive experiences and I have no wish to fly with another airline.
I look forward to hearing from you soon, and I very much appreciate your help.

Yours faithfully,

Edith Smallwood

39. What is the purpose of the letter?
40. What was the Customer Service department's response to Ms. Smallwood's claim?
41. Why did Ms. Smallwood go to see a repairman?

PART 7

Questions 42 - 46:

Reading text 1:

Art Vibe Magazine

The remodeling of Brayman Museum of Art (BMA) has finally concluded, and the facility will reopen on Wednesday, September 26. This will be commemorated by a ceremony taking place on the front lawn of the museum, with a short speech by museum curator Jane Wellington. Ms. Wellington will talk about the progress BMA has made over its 50 years in the city of Auckland. She will also introduce the museum's new special exhibition, France in Focus, beginning that day, which features artifacts from Europe's ancient Gallic tribes. This traveling exhibition received terrific reviews from French publications when it first opened in Paris, and after the show at the BMA, it will go on to Sydney and then Perth. Tickets for the exhibit are $12 and may be reserved in advance at www.braymanart.org. The museum will also be offering the special admission price of $5 for children aged 10 and under instead of its regular $7 for the duration of the exhibit. Inquiries may be directed to BMA's public relations specialist, Henry Kang, at 555-1288.

Reading text 2:

Brayman Museum of Art
Confirmation of Payment

Today's Date: August 17
Guest Name: Kerry Rosales
Exhibition Description: France in Focus
Admission Date: September 26

Description Amount Unit Price Total Price
Regular Ticket 1 $12 $12
Special Ticket 2 $5 $10
TOTAL $22

Payment Confirmation Number: 347792R

If you've made an advance purchase, please be sure to present this receipt to the museum offical collecting tickets when entering the exhibition. Admission will be allowed daily between the hours of 8 A.M. and 3 P.M.

Reading text 3:

To: Henry Kang
From: Jane Wellington
Date: September 10
Subject: Important change

Hi Henry,

I've got an urgent request. Unfortunately, I received a call this morning, and there will be a delay with the France in Focus exhibition. Some of the artifacts have been held up at customs. Apparently, the agents must see further documentation before they can release the items to us. We're getting the necessary paperwork, but it won't be processed in time for the show. The items should start arriving here at the museum the day after our exhibition is scheduled to open. Accordingly, the opening must be delayed by at least two weeks. I'll need you to contact those who purchased exhibition tickets in advance. Assure them that they may use the same tickets to gain admission on the new opening date but that they also have the option of getting their money back.

Let me know if you have questions.

Jane Wellington
Brayman Museum of Art, Curator

42. What is the main topic of the article?
43. What is indicated about Ms. Rosales?
44. What are those who purchase tickets in advance asked to bring to the exhibition?
45. What is suggested about the Brayman Museum of Art?
46. What are those who already have tickets entitled to?
Questions 47 - 51:

Reading text 1:

To: Adam Johansson
From: Kristina Hausmann
Date: February 17
Subject: Urgent event update

Dear Mr. Johansson,

There are some changes to the schedule for tonight's fundraising event. Professor Trevelyan's flight from San Francisco has been delayed. He will not be able to arrive at the venue in time to speak during his original time slot. So, we will serve dinner 20 minutes early, and Mr. Trevelyan can speak immediately after. Now, the schedule has already been sent out, and we have no time to reprint it anyway. Consequently, it would be good if you could briefly mention these changes when you give your talk.

I'll be at the venue in about 15 minutes to make sure preparations are going smoothly and to meet with the caterers and help them set up. If you have any questions, call me at 555-7246.

Best wishes,
Kristina Hausmann

Reading text 2:

Helping Houses
Homeless Shelter Fundraising Event

February 17

7:15 P.M. Opening remarks will be given by Adam Johansson, director of Helping Houses.
7:30 P.M. Performance: The Denver Public Schools Choir will sing several songs, including pop, classical, and gospel numbers.
8:00 P.M. Talk: Professor John Trevelyan of Bay Area University will discuss the impacts of homelessness on society and why social and financial support is so urgently needed.
8:20 P.M. Dinner and dessert will be served.
9:30 P.M. Charity auction: Some of our lots this year include a two-night stay at the Carruthers Hotel, brand-new tablet computers donated by the Delft Corporation, and a signed jersey from the Colorado Coyotes baseball team.
10:15 P.M. Performance: Comedian Darren Benedict will do a stand-up routine for guests.
10:40 P.M. Performance: Singer-songwriter Kate Barton will treat us to some music from her new album, A Murmur In Time.
11:00 P.M. Denver mayor Tania Groot will deliver brief closing remarks.

Reading text 3:

Event Raises Funds for a Good Cause

During a fundraiser held at the Carruthers Hotel over the weekend, invited guests donated close to $25,000 for the continued operation of Helping Houses. Established 24 years ago, the organization has assisted homeless around the region in finding food, accommodation, counseling, and employment. Guests were presented with short talks, a selection of performances, and a banquet dinner. Mayor Tania Groot, who was in attendance, said, "It is our duty as a community to care for those less fortunate." She also presented the director of Helping Houses with a check from the city for an additional donation of $15,000. Corporate and private donations are still being accepted and can be made by visiting www.helpinghousesshelter.org/donate.

47. According to the e-mail, what will Ms. Hausmann do next?
48. What most likely happened during the fundraising event?
49. In the article, the word "duty" is closest in meaning to
50. What was included in an auction?
51. What is indicated about Helping Houses?

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