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Questions 1 - 3:

Reading text:

Manage your business!

The _____(1) of making your business successful are here!

Successfully managing a business _____(2) specific management skills in addition to knowledge of key business practices.

Within this section you'll learn about leadership traits, decision-making skills, and how to manage your employees.

Additionally, we'll help you learn a host of important topics which _____(3) marketing basics, setting prices, filing your business taxes, legal considerations, forecasting for future growth, and financing options.

1. (1)
2. (2)
3. (3)
Questions 4 - 6:

Reading text:

In order to stay competitive in today's market, companies must continually work to develop new products. Through _____(1) research, a company can ascertain what consumers are interested in buying.

Then products that match those interests can be developed. Nothing should _____(2) about consumer interests.

Product developers need _____(3) all the data carefully before spending money on a new product.

This is only logical. Consumers will buy products that meet their needs and desires. The money and effort spent on market research will be repaid many times over by a product that sells well.

4. (1)
5. (2)
6. (3)
Questions 7 - 10:

Reading text:

To: Research Division From: Jiang Wong Subject: Hardware Replacement

Attention Research Division,

Many of you have requested new computers because the ones you have been working with were _____(1). I took your requests into consideration and decided to purchase new computers for your entire department.

They are supposed to arrive at the office on Friday morning, so I have arranged a schedule with the IT department. Starting in the morning, your entire department is _____(2) any data stored on your current hard drives to external hard drives that the IT department will provide. _____(3). All data transfer should be done by that time.

By the time you return from lunch, everything should be set up and ready for you to transfer all your old data to your new equipment. I appreciate all of your hard work and hope that this _____(4) can make you even more efficient and productive.


Jiang Wong

CEO, Xu Enterprises

7. (1)
8. (2)
9. (3)
10. (4)
Questions 11 - 14:

Reading text:

May 30

Cayman Interior Decorating
23 Arbor Drive
Cleveland, Ohio, 39005

Dear Mr. Maximus,

I am writing to _____(1) you and your crew for redecorating the interior of our lobby. The results are even better than we had initially expected. _____(2). Overall, our guests appreciate the new look, and they love the authentic 1920s _____(3) and the comfortable furniture.

We thought we’d mention that the hotel intends to renovate the guest rooms. If things go according to plan, we expect to begin renovating next month. In addition, we _____(4) expanding the business center on the second floor. More space will be allocated to permit the installation of new facilities.

I would like to contact you again once our plans become more definite. We hope that your calendar will permit you to work for us when we are ready.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Devon Green
Manager, Nuance Hotel

11. (1)
12. (2)
13. (3)
14. (4)


Questions 15 - 17:

Reading text:

To: Edward Morton (
From: Antonio Parrish (
Subject: Your entry
Date: July 26

Dear Mr. Morton,

Greetings from Alive magazine. I am very pleased to inform you that your entry for our Readers Travel Writing Competition, A Three-Day Weekend in Mexico City, has been selected to appear in print in next month's issue. -[1]-.

As you may know, Ms. Josephine Tan, who writes for the travel guide Pathways to the World, was invited to judge all the entries. As the author of the winning entry, your name will be announced in our September issue. You will also receive a $500 voucher from, redeemable at one of over 2,000 hotels and resorts around the world. -[2]-. Two runners-up will also be chosen by Ms. Tan, with winners receiving a $150 voucher from Goliath Luggage.

Our editor, Mr. Jason Carter, has also instructed me to ask if you have any photographs of your trip. -[3]-. If so, please e-mail them to me as we may choose to print a few of them as well. -[4]-. Visuals would really help bring your story to life.

Congratulations once again, and we hope you continue to be a loyal subscriber to Alive magazine for years to come.

Yours truly,

Antonio Parrish
Marketing associate
Alive magazine

15. Who is Ms. Josephine Tan?
16. What can be inferred about Mr. Morton?
17. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "You will find it alongside other selected entries in our regular section on travel."
Questions 18 - 21:

Reading text:

Community Report

Are you planning on advertising your business to attract more customers? Let Community Report take care of the difficult job of making your business known in the community for you!

Community Report is delivered to apartments, subway stations, businesses, and schools in Philadelphia. Using our service is the most effective and inexpensive way to advertise your establishment. For $20, your posting can be printed in an issue of Community Report. —[1]—. You can choose when your posting will be printed: the first week of the month or the third. We will also charge you only $35 for your posting to be printed in both issues of Community Report in a month.

When submitting your request on our Web site at, please include a brief description of your business and your phone number and/or email address. Relevant pictures should be sent as well to maximize the effectiveness of your posting. —[2]—.

Our experts can make, write, and edit a compelling advertisement for you. —[3]—. Contact us at (215) 555-8332 for details and more information. In addition, we heavily rely on donations from readers to continue our mission of providing trustworthy information about the community, careers, and local events to the people of Philadelphia. —[4]—. Go on our Web site to find out more about becoming a Community Report sponsor.

18. Who is the intended audience of the advertisement?
19. What is indicated about Community Report?
20. What is NOT mentioned as information that should be submitted with a request for a posting?
21. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3] and [4] does the following sentence best belong? “An extra fee will be charged for this service.”
Questions 22 - 23:

Reading text:

Join the ITS Environmental Research Team

Duties: Are you interested in research on the impact of carbon emissions on the environment? If so, we have a challenging opportunity for you. Reporting to the Environmental Section Director, you will plan and implement Regional Environmental Assessment Projects with a particular emphasis on evaluating the impact of current global carbon emissions on ecosystems. You will also provide scientific advice to engineers, biologists, and technicians on Environmental Management Permits.

Qualifications: Strong analytical and interpersonal skills. Qualified applicants will have a Bachelor's degree in biology or environmental sciences and two years' related experience. Please send your resume and cover letter to our Personnel Manager, Sharon Risby, at If you want to learn more about the position, please visit our website at

22. What is one of the duties of this position?
23. How can someone find out more about the position?
Questions 24 - 25:

Reading text:

People with a flexible schedule are needed to work at a local hotel. In order to keep up with the increase in customers we receive during the summer holidays, Sparton Hotel is looking for individuals who can work in a variety of positions, including cleaning services, restaurant staff, and hotel reception. All candidates must be available to work seven days a week. No experience in the hospitality business is required, but a college degree and at least 2 years' work experience in the customer service industry is preferred. Interested individuals should fax a copy of their resume, along with a cover letter and one letter of recommendation, to our main offices. The fax number is 1-555-3269. Successful applicants will be contacted by telephone to schedule a personal interview. Compensation depends on the candidate's work experience and interview evaluation.

24. Why does the hotel require more staff?
25. What is the requirement of the job?
Questions 26 - 27:

Reading text:

18 Pine Hill Rd.
Mulberry, Michael

22 October 2007

Dear Mr. Johnson,

We received your request to change the dates of your reservation at the Glenwood Resort from April 15-22 to June 20-28. Unfortunately, I have checked the database and there are no rooms available for those dates. I sincerely apologize that we can not accommodate your request; unfortunately June, July, and August are our busiest months because we offer special summer discounts. I understand that your company is relocating you to London in July and therefore you can't make a reservation for any other date. I would like to mention, however, that Phillip D. Humboldt, the owner of Glenwood Resort, recently opened another luxury resort, Woodshire Retreat, just thirty minutes outside of Mulberry. If you would like to make a reservation at this resort, the number is 1-800-238-948. Or you can make a reservation online at


Richard Kent
Customer Services

26. What is the purpose of this letter?
27. What did Mr. Humboldt achieve recently?
Questions 28 - 30:

Reading text:

Attention all Club Members

The Highland Country Club regretfully informs all members that our pool will be closed from July 15 to August 25. While fixing a broken pipe, maintenance workers found a major problem with the filtration system. Unfortunately, this problem is quite complex and requires the work of a plumbing specialist. Because its plumbers are unexpectedly busy at the moment, QuickFix Plumbers, the only company that offers the service we need, will not be able to help us for another two weeks. We are terribly sorry for the inconvenience, and are willing to refund the cost of one month's club membership to all individuals who paid for the 3-month Summer Membership.
Because we already offer a twenty percent discount to all members who sign up for the 1-year membership, we will not be offering these individuals a refund. Anyone who has questions or comments about the change should contacts Melvin Woods at 869-654-9874.

28. What is the notice mainly about?
29. What does the notice mention about QuickFix Plumbers?
30. What is TRUE about members with 1-year memberships?
Questions 31 - 34:

Reading text:

Michelle Hanson [11:40]
Can I get an update from everyone on the promotion project for N-Genz Auto? Our next presentation’s been moved up to Tuesday, August 10.


Barry Carr [11:42]
The script changes for the TV commercial will be done this afternoon. Other than that, I’m just waiting for production to give me permission to proceed.


Dustin Rodriguez [11:45]
Barry, our first choice for the lead actor backed out, so I’m waiting to hear back from the talent agency about a replacement. But still, we can proceed with our shoot on July 18 at Snappy Studios.


Michelle Hanson [11:47]
Thank you both. What about the online campaign? My contact at N-Genz Auto is eager to see what’s been done.


Willa Hopkins [11:50]
Well, I’m in the final stages of developing the Web site. I need about a week more to do the finishing touches, but I’m quite confident we’ll be done in time.


Dustin Rodriguez [11:54]
Good news. I called the agency and was told that my second choice for a performer can do the job.


Barry Carr [11:55]
Great, Dustin. I’ll send you a copy of the finished script tonight. By the way, I can’t make it on the 18th as I need to be at a client meeting, so I’ll send Brianna Johns in my place.


Dustin Rodriguez [11:57]
No problem, Barry. I’ll get in touch with her shortly to make further arrangements.


Michelle Hanson [11:58]
It looks like we are on the right track. Dustin, keep me posted on your schedule. Willa, could you send me a link to the site so I can see the progress so far?


Dustin Rodriguez [11:59]
Understood. I’ll send you the most current schedule I have right now.


Willa Hopkins [11:59]
OK, Michelle. I can send you the link now. Just bear in mind there are some issues to work out.

31. What type of business does Ms. Hanson most likely work for?
32. At 11:58, what does Ms. Hanson mean when she writes, "on the right track"?
33. What is true about Mr. Rodriguez?
34. What has Ms. Hopkins been asked to do?
Questions 35 - 37:

Reading text:

"Movies at the Marquis"

The Marquis is proud to announce a repeat of our special feature week. Introduced last month, the special feature week was a great success. We will now be holding this event on a monthly basis.

Classic movies special feature week

Blazing Rules (1956) Western. Kip McVities, Rosie Ranger.
Monday, 6:00 p.m.

The Bilge and the Brine (1943) Drama. Mack O'Jangler, Gregory Ryan.
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Elvis and the Swamp Monster (1978) Comedy. Mike Myhrom, Rupaul.
Friday, 8:00 p.m.

Digstown (1987) Comedy. Lou Gossette, Jr., D.Hasbro Eisenman.
Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 p.m.

35. On what day can a person see two movies?
36. What two movies are the same type?
37. Which movie is the oldest?
Questions 38 - 41:

Reading text:

Julianna Lopez 10:22 A.M. So, it's confirmed. We're presenting a marketing proposal to AEK on July 18 at their headquarters.
John Brenner 10:24 A.M. I heard! How exciting. I went through the company profile in the brochure you gave us. They could be our biggest client to date.
Julianna Lopez 10:25 A.M. Yes. They have 6,000 employees and manufacturing plants in Thailand, Turkey, and Mexico. They also have suppliers in China, Germany, and Korea and generated over $2 billion in sales last year.
Yvonne Bailey 10:25 A.M. I can get to work on the marketing analysis for the presentation. I'd like to use the statistics in the brochure we were given. Do you think they're reliable?
Julianna Lopez 10:26 A.M. That would be fine, Yvonne. I think the figures are accurate. John and Eric, I'd like you to prepare the slideshow and handouts. Start immediately if you can.
John Brenner 10:27 A.M. Got it. It shouldn’t take more than two days to finish.
Eric Zalewski 10:32 A.M. Consider it done, Julianna. Are we going to run through the presentation before the appointment?
Julianna Lopez 10:34 A.M. Let's do a practice session on July 15. During the presentation, I'll give the main talk, and then you three can explain your roles briefly. After that, all four of us can answer any technical or financial questions they might have. Does that sound reasonable?
Yvonne Bailey 10:34 A.M. I think that works for all of us.

38. What is true about AEK?
39. What will Ms. Bailey use for her analysis?
40. At 10:27 A.M., what does Mr. Brenner mean when he writes, "Got it"?
41. What will Mr. Zalewski probably do on July 18?
Questions 42 - 45:

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.

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


Questions 46 - 50:

Reading text 1:

Tea Tree Eco-Resorts Set to Open in Mexico by Year's End
By Consuela Hidalgo

International hotel chain Tea Tree Eco-Resorts is in the final stages of building a 22-acre resort on Mexico's Mayan Riviera. The first visitors are expected to arrive by December 21. Like other Tea Tree Eco-Resorts in the Philippines, and Greece, the new hotel will be as eco-friendly as possible. "We have solar panels generating electricity and heating the water, for instance. Furthermore, none of the local farmers from whom we source our ingredients for regional specialties, such as pork wrapped in banana leaves and citrus-marinated chicken soup, use any chemical pesticides at all," said general manager Jose Perez. The plan is for the facilities to be built around naturally growing trees and plant life, with structures blending in with the jungle. Further details can be found at

Reading text 2:

Tea Tree Eco-Resorts, Mayan Riviera

Welcome to our beautiful compound in the stunning Mayan Riviera! We have several activities scheduled for this week!

Monday, January 17: Sailboat tour ($22)
Join us for a 2-hour sailboat ride that stops at local islands. There's even a chance of spotting some dolphins! Sign up in advance at the guest activities counter.

Wednesday, January 19: Visit to wildlife park ($38)
Travel by bus to a local wildlife park to view indigenous animals and plants. Departure will be at 9 A.M., and guests will be back by 5 P.M. Sandwiches will be provided at a restaurant near the park. Advance bookings are necessary.

Thursday, January 20: Tour of ancient Mayan city ($57)
A bus will take guests to an archaeological site where a pyramid and other ancient structures can be found. Departure will be at 8 A.M., and guests will be back by 5 P.M. Lunch is included in the cost of admission, and bookings are required.

Saturday, January 22: Beach party (Free for all guests)
Visit the beach between 11:30 A.M. and 2:30 P.M. for an outdoor barbecue, and sample the wonderful flavors in our grilled seafood, citrus-marinated chicken soup, and pork wrapped in banana leaves!

*Prices indicated are in US dollars.

Reading text 3:

Tea Tree Eco-Resorts, Mayan Riviera

We hope you enjoyed your stay with us. Please take a few moments to provide us with feedback. Return the completed card to a front desk staff member.

NAME Henry O'Neil DATE(S) OF STAY January 17-23
E-MAIL PHONE (905)555-6948

Were you satisfied with the following during your stay? If the answer is "NO", please leave a short comment at the bottom with an explanation.

Cleanliness of facilities YES ■ NO □ Service of staff YES ■ NO □
Meals and meal service YES ■ NO □ Daily activities YES □ NO ■

My wife and I were interested in a sailboat tour but were informed that the boat only held 24 passengers and was full. So, we inquired about a trip to the Mayan city, but it was also completely booked. Thankfully, we managed to go on the January 19 outing and enjoyed it very much. I recommend that more seats be available for trips, especially during high tourist season.

Thank you for your time!

46. What is NOT indicated about Tea Tree Eco-Resorts?
47. In the notice, the word "spotting" is closest in meaning to
48. During which activity were guests served a regional specialty?
49. What does Mr. O'Neil mention about the Mayan Riviera hotel?
50. What can be inferred about Mr. O'Neil?
Questions 51 - 55:

Reading text 1:

TO: El Paso Center for the Digital Arts (
FROM: Raymond Hardy (
SUBJECT: Classes
DATE: April 30

To Whom It May Concern:

My name is Raymond Hardy, and I’m the president of an amateur photography club here in El Paso. We heard that your center will be teaching some classes on photography this summer. I also understand you offer a special rate for groups. If so, we are interested in registering. Four of us want to take landscape photography at beginners’ level. Another three of our members want to take a more advanced class and would like to know whether you offer any. Could you send me some more information?

Please include details about where these classes are going to take place and how much they’ll cost, and I will pass the information on.

Best regards,

Raymond Hardy
Homestead Photo Club

Reading text 2:

El Paso Center for the Digital Arts: Upcoming One-Day Classes May 7-12

May 8 (Mon) May 9 (Tues) May 10 (Wed) May 11 (Thurs) May 12 (Fri)
7:30 P.M. 
Professional Photography
Instructor: Lindsay Arias
Cost: $50
8:00 P.M. 
Marketing your Photos
Instructor: carrie Felix
Cost: $48 
8:00 P.M.
Photographing With Natural Light
Instructor: Ben Greenwood
Cost: $52 
8:30 P.M. 
Landscape Photography 
Instructor: Sue Adler
Cost: $54 
7:00 P.M.
Wedding Photography
Instructor: Finley Kolwalski
Cost: $47

*Friday’s class is for advanced participants only.

Reading text 3:

El Paso Center for the Digital Arts: Class Registration Form

Please fill in the following details:


Name   Raymond Hardy Address 2094 Firebird Drive, El Paso, TX 79901
Phone  555-3004 E-mail
Do you have any professional photography experience? Yes □ No ■ 
Course  Landscape Photography
Payment method  Cash

The El Paso Center for the Digital Arts is a nonprofit organization focused on advancing people’s knowledge of film, photography, and graphic design. Please note that the center does not provide any cameras or accessories, and participants must supply their own. Those signing up as a group of three or more pay $30 each except for weekend classes. We will confirm your registration within 24 hours of receiving payment. Tuition fees are nonrefundable and must be paid one week prior to the start of any course.

51. What is the main purpose of the e-mail?
52. What is true about the Homestead Photo Club?
53. In the form, the phrase "focused on" is closest in meaning to.
54. How much will Mr. Hardy probably have to pay for his class?
55. What will Mr. Hardy be required to do?
Questions 56 - 60:

Reading text 1:

Administrative Assistant Needed

John Leon Disability Care Inc. requires an administrative assistant to work in its central Los Angeles office. The organization specializes in the field of disability care services for elderly people. The successful candidate will enjoy working as part of a dedicated team, and be committed to the care and support of disabled people.
The job involves a variety of administrative duties. These will include filing, letter writing, distributing mail, entering data into a computer, photocopying and maintaining records. Training will be provided, if necessary, to enable the job-holder to use the organization's computer system. Applicants are required to have a university degree and some experience in administration.
Salary will start at $25,000 and the incumbent is entitled to 15 paid-vacation days per year.
Please fill out the application form, which can be downloaded from our website, and mail it to:
Angie Garner
Director, Personnel Department
Job Applications
John Leon Disability Care Inc.
San Antonio Dr.
Los Angeles, CA

For further information, contact our personnel assistant, Adam Rye, at 214-845-6598.
Applications that are not submitted in the form requested will not be considered for review.
Starting date for applications: Immediately
Closing date for applications: February 27

Reading text 2:

124 Rodeo Ave.
Atlanta, GA 25874

Personnel Department
John Leon Disability Care Inc.
San Antonio Dr.
Los Angeles, CA

1 February

To whom it may concern:
I was extremely interested in your advertisement for the Administrative Assistant position, which appeared in the Atlanta Herald.
I am presently affiliated with a highly regarded private medical supplies company, and I plan to ask my company's vice president, Danny Bartholomew, to write a reference. Furthermore, I am positive that he will give you a good reference.
I have one problem though. I visited your organization's website to download the application form, but for some reason, I could not access the application form with my computer. I called your personnel assistant several times yesterday and today, but the line always seems to be busy. Let me know what I should do about this situation, please.

Thank you most sincerely for your time and consideration.

Eleanor Montgomery

56. What position is advertised?
57. What is NOT one of the requirements of the job?
58. How did Ms. Montgomery find out about the position?
59. What can be implied about Mr. Bartholomew?
60. Who did Ms. Montgomery call yesterday?
Questions 61 - 65:

Reading text 1:

To: Holiday Hotel (
From: Morris Knowles (
Subject: Check-out policy
Date: November 4 2006

Dear Sir,

I recently made an online reservation, but I have just realized that I do not know your check-out policy. I would like to leave around lunch time. In fact, I plan to have a lunchtime business meeting in the hotel restaurant before leaving. I really don't want to carry my bags with me during the meeting. Is it possible to check out at around 2:00 p.m.?

Morris Knowles

Reading text 2:

Subject: Re: Check-out policy
Date: November 5 2006

Dear Mr. Knowles,

Here is a copy of our check-out policy.

Holiday Hotel Check-out Procedure
Thank you for staying at Holiday Hotel. We hope you have enjoyed your stay. Please note that check-out time is 11:00 a.m. If you have pre-paid for your room, simply leave your key on the dresser and have a nice day. If you have not pre-paid, you may pay the receptionist by check or credit card in the hotel lobby. If you need assistance, you may dial the hotel secretary on extension 611.

I'm afraid you will need to leave your room by our check-out time of 11:00 a.m. However, we would be happy to store your luggage at the front desk while you conduct your meeting.

61. What time does Mr. Knowles hope to check out?
62. What will Mr. Knowles do before leaving the hotel?
63. Where can clients pay for their stay?
64. Who can a client call for assistance?
65. What should Mr. Knowles do with this luggage?
Questions 66 - 70:

Reading text 1:

<strong>Winnitoba Timesstrong>
Fall festival Ends in Disaster.

Winnitoba: Applause turned to upset last Friday when the Winnitoba Symphony held their annual Fall Festival Performance at the Winnitoba Opera House. The 3-day long Fall Festival came to an end with a featured concert, which was attended by just over 300 people. The concert ended with a montage of traditional mid-western music for which the symphony was accompanied by the Winnitoba Men's Choir. Although the choir is currently touring Canada to promote their new CD, they were glad to work with the symphony. The audience did not seem to appreciate the performance, which featured nationally recognized soloist, Donald Pericelli along with violinist, Mark Whitten. Accounts claim that audience members were yelling at the musicians and leaving the Opera House after requesting a refund. To add to the general unhappiness of the audience, an unexpected staging malfunction made the evening even worse. One attendee reported seeing the stage curtain hanging quite loosely throughout the performance. As the symphony finished their traditional music piece, someone on the side of the stage, tripped over the dangling material bringing the entire curtain onto the stage. Several players had their instruments knocked out of their hands and the concert had to end abruptly. Donald Pericelli was injured when a hook holding the curtain up hit him in the head. He is currently recovering at Winnitoba Memorial Hospital.

Reading text 2:

Winnitoba Times
Local Newsdesk,

Dear Sir,

I am a cellist with the Winnitoba symphony. I was performing with the orchestra at the end of last week's Fall Festival. As a participant in the event, I would like to complain that your coverage of the event was quite unfair. To begin with, our audience seemed to thoroughly enjoy the complete performance, including the traditional music montage at the end of the show. At no time do I recall any audience members yelling towards the stage. I do not know about people requesting refunds, but if there were, I'm sure our performance was not the reason. As for the incident concerning the stage curtain, it did fall but not until the very end of the set and it did not affect the performance in any way. The curtain simply fell to the side of the stage. Unfortunately, the Winnitoba Times has printed quite negative articles about the Winnitoba Symphony in the past. I would like to request that this not become a habit. Please use the correct facts and print a retraction in next week's addition.
Thank you,

Karen Winter
Winnitoba Symphony, Cellist

66. How long is the Winnitoba Fall Festival?
67. Where was the Winnitoba Men's Choir traveling?
68. According to the article, what caused the curtain to fall?
69. What was Karen's purpose for writing to the Times?
70. What does Karen Winter say is true about the article?

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