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Questions 1 - 4:

Reading text:

To: Valued Customers From: Skinner's Landscaping Subject: Spring has sprung!

Dear valued customers,

We're sure you've noticed that plants are growing and flowers are blooming once again! The frost is gone and spring has come! We here at Skinner‘s Landscaping offer a _____(1) of services. You can count on us to keep your yard beautiful and well-maintained _____(2) the summer by mowing the grass, picking up leaves, and planting flowers. _____(3) than spend all that time working outside, relax with a glass of lemonade while we landscape your property for you. To book our service, call us between 9 AM — 6 PM, Monday through Friday. If you are a returning customer, you will get a discount. _____(4).


Skinner's Landscaping Customer Service Team

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

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Online Marketing

Active Online Marketing Inc. is a _____(1) and experienced industry leader in search engine marketing.

We offer customized marketing programs that meet the needs of your company and _____(2) a platform that will help you to launch your business onto the forefront of the information super highway.

We are one of the few search engine marketing firms that is concerned about not only the quantity of traffic _____(3) the quality.

5. (1)
6. (2)
7. (3)
Questions 8 - 10:

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The threat of hospital-acquired infections is causing much more vigilance in health-care settings. In addition, pharmaceutical companies are urged not only to develop therapies for these infections, _____(1) to strengthen their efforts at preventing them.

Obviously, in the health care environment better hand hygiene can significantly reduce infection rates, as can good practices for _____(2) processing equipment.

Research announced at last year's annual conference shows that traditional cleaning has little _____(3) on removing bacterial contamination in ambulances and crews potentially at risk from microbial infection, which can then be transported into hospitals.

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

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To: Department Heads From: Alan Reich Subject: Holiday Bonuses

Attention all department heads,

I'm sure you've all been asked a lot of questions _____(1) holiday bonuses this year. I have good news and bad news. I will start with the good news. The bonuses will be given to all employees. As for the bad news, we _____(2) unable to meet our production goals for the past two quarters. That means that the bonuses can be less than last year’s. However, the board members _____(3) that the upper management will give up their bonuses. _____(4). I hope this helps to increase morale as well as our productivity.

Alan Reich, CEO

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


Questions 15 - 18:

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Dream Vacation

Golden sandy beaches, deep blue seas, peace and quiet, and delicious food.

Would you like to take the vacation of a lifetime? Have you always thought about getting away on a romantic cruise but could never afford it? Now your dream can become a reality. Get away with Dazzle Tours. Why not take one of our mini-breaks? You will find that a seven day break costs a lot less than you thought. If you book now, you can get away for even less. For a limited time we are offering a Caribbean cruise with stops in Jamaica, Aruba, and Puerto Rico for only $499. (Excluding taxes, service charges, and visa fees included.)

Your Dazzle Tour includes:
. Round-trip airfare from Palm Beach to Belize
. All meals and on-board entertainment
. Choice of breakfasts, buffet lunch and three course dinner menu
. Includes full use of our sports center, sauna and casino
. Jet-skiing and scuba diving
. Savings on shopping
. Book of discount coupons given to each passenger-can be used in any of our on-board shops and boutiques (excludes alcohol and tobacco)
. Guided tours at destination cities with one of our expert local guides. All guides are fluent in English and extremely knowledgeable about their city.

With a Dazzle Tour, every day is a new adventure. All tours last seven days, six nights. Departures every Sunday until August 31st. Reservations must be made two weeks in advance. Call one of our agents to reserve your place now!
Dazzle Tours: 0800-990-990

15. Which place is NOT a stop for the cruise?
16. What is NOT included in the tour price?
17. If you wanted to go on June 21st, which would be the best date to make reservations?
18. How long does a Dazzle Tour last?
Questions 19 - 22:

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Forest Lawn Country Club is now accepting applications for new memberships!

Please be aware of the following dates:
- May 7: Final day of submissions for membership applicants
- May 10: Golf course closed for maintenance
- May 25: Meeting for board of directors / membership selection
- May 31: Welcome barbecue for new members

The swimming facilities will open for all members this weekend. The hours will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends. Junior men's and women's golf lessons will begin this month. You can ask for a form and register at the front desk.

Please note:
The outdoor patio is now open. Please remember that all members using the patio are requested to only smoke in the specified areas.

Those who would like to rent a locker for this season are asked to contact Ms. Simmons at the housekeeping office.

Also, remember there is no parking allowed in front of the main entrance. Any vehicles parked in that area will be towed at the owner's expense.

*If you have any other questions, please contact Lois Robinson at 555-6996 extension 4.

19. For whom in the Forest Lawn Country Club is the notice intended?
20. When will the golf course be closed for maintenance?
21. How can members register for a golf lesson?
22. What will happen if a vehicle is parked in front of the main entrance?
Questions 23 - 26:

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Prime Capital Co. is one of the fastest growing financial firms in the industry. We are currently seeking financial assistants.


  • Assist with daily operations of financial advisors
  • Review and analyze reports submitted from departments
  • Prepare financial reports for financial advisors


  • A college degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Previous experience directly related to the duties outlined above
  • Good computer skills
  • MBA preferred

Applicants should send their résumé and cover letter to Please remember only those chosen for the interview will be contacted. No phone calls. For further information about our company and the position, please visit our website at

23. What kind of position is being advertised?
24. What is NOT required in order to apply for the position?
25. How can people get more information about the company?
26. What is true about the recruiting process?
Questions 27 - 28:

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Washington, D.C.

Investigators have recently found that some insurance companies are using unethical techniques to charge life insurance policy owners more money. The method: blood pressure tests. As part of routine life insurance policy applications, applicants must take a blood pressure test. But some companies administer the test with an armband that is too tight for the client. This tight armband raises the likelihood of a high blood pressure reading, ultimately resulting in a higher monthly premium payment for the client. If you believe that you have had a similar experience, please call your local Better Business Bureau and file a complaint.

27. According to the article, what are blood pressure tests necessary for?
28. According to the article, what should people affected by this experience do?
Questions 29 - 31:

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Travel and Hospitality Convention

The 10th annual North American Travel and Hospitality Convention will be held this year from April 5 to April 9. The Chateau Moraine Convention Center located in Banff, Alberta will play host to the convention and events this year. All those wishing to attend can register online before March 12 at On-site registration will also be available on the first day of the convention.

Early Registration:

Single: $110 Group: $100

On-site Registration:

Single: $130 Group: $120

*Group rates are per person and require at least six people registering together at the same time.

29. When is on-site registration available?
30. How much will a single visitor pay to register on March 1?
31. What restriction is placed on group rates?
Questions 32 - 33:

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Kate Hendrickson [5:01 P.M.]
Jackie, have we heard back from the Loflin Institute yet? You were supposed to ask them if their Hall D was available for our end-of-year banquet.


Jackie Dalton [5:03 P.M.]
They said another company has already made a booking on December 28th. But they mentioned a new ballroom they opened last month that we could use for the party.


Kate Hendrickson [5:06 P.M.]
Oh, hadn't you heard? It was moved to the 27th.


Jackie Dalton [5:07 P.M.]
That’s news to me. I'll call back and check for that day.


Kate Hendrickson [5:08 P.M.]
Great. Once that's settled, please send a notice about the event to the staff before December 15.


Jackie Dalton [5:09 P.M.]
I'll still be on vacation then. Is the following day okay?


Kate Hendrickson [5:11 P.M.]
Sounds good. Thanks a lot!

32. At 5:07 P.M., what does Ms. Dalton mean when she writes, "That's news to me"?
33. When will staff receive the notice?
Questions 34 - 35:

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The Smallvilee Department of Transportation (SDT) announced that it will begin construction on a new bus lane downtown. The construction is scheduled to begin at the end of July, a city official said. The new bus lane will provide direct service to the main financial district, and will replace bus lines 3 and 4. Studies have been conducted on traffic patterns and it is expected that the new service will reduce commuting time by 25 percent. Crane Construction has been contracted to build the new lane. Unfortunately, Main St. will be closed from July 22nd to August 30th, while the construction is taking place. The SDT has asked all commuters who drive to work to take 122 Avenue instead of Main Street.

34. What does the SDT say about the new service?
35. What is NOT mentioned in the article?
Questions 36 - 39:

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Lester Beebe Hits Stage in South Bend
By Adam Brown

A musical version of Michelle Gable's novel The Triumph of Lester Beebe is set to premiere next month on May 22. -[1]-. Set in South Bend, the show is the story of a teenage boy who is the son of an automobile factory worker in the 1960s. The book became a favorite of young adult readers when it was first printed in 1968. -[2]-.

Producers Todd Carlisle and Emma Wright were not even born when the book was first released but say they identified with Lester Beebe's adolescent struggles when first reading the story. "Lester Beebe isn't just a teenager from South Bend," says Carlisle, "he could be a young person from anywhere." In addition to being the show's producers, Carlisle and Wright manage the Eden Playhouse in South Bend. -[3]-. According to Wright, the area is not well-known for musical productions, but she hopes The Triumph of Lester Beebe will change that. "Todd and I are also counting on local interest to help in building an audience for the show," she said.

Playing the role of Beebe is actor Henry Thomas. Veteran performer Neil Chandler plays his father, while the roles of Beebe's sisters, Mandy and Corinne, will be realized by Stephanie O'Connor and Audrey Blanco. Following the run in South Bend, Carlisle and Wright will take the show to New York in August for its Broadway debut. -[4]-. Tickets for the South Bend show are on sale now through the Eden Playhouse at 555-0493.

36. What is the article mainly about?
37. What is NOT indicated about The Triumph of Lester Beebe?
38. The word "realized" is closest in meaning to
39. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "Its popularity earned it widespread acclaim and, ultimately, translation into 32 languages."
Questions 40 - 42:

Reading text:

Dear Jane,
How are you? I'm at my aunt and uncle's house in the country. I'm having a great time. The country air is so clean. I ride horses every day with my uncle. He is giving me lots of advice. My aunt cooks delicious food for every meal. She taught me how to make chocolate chip cookies. I would like to stay for another week, but I can't. My vacation will be over. I will see you in two days, and I will tell you all about it.
Your friend,

40. Where do Susan's aunt and uncle live?
41. What does Susan do there?
42. What did Susan's aunt teach her?
Questions 43 - 45: refer to the following article.

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Getting a good night's sleep may have surprising benefits, including adding up to six years to your life. This and other results of the National sleep Center decade-long study of the effects of sleep deprivation on adults were announced yesterday at a press conference by Margaret Norwood, the research scientist who headed the study. Dr. Norwood stressed that "getting adequate sleep is not a luxury, it is critical to proper brain functioning. People who sleep well show greatly enhanced moods, improved memories, and better job performances and are significantly less likely to be involved in accidents."

Dr. Hugh Weatley, the director at the center, agree, stating that, while individuals do vary in their need for sleep, "most adults require one hour of sleep for every two hours of wakefulness. " he suggested that individuals determine their own requirements by sleeping for the amount of time they think they need for a week.

43. When were the results of the research released?
44. Who is Margaret Norwood?
45. What is NOT mentioned as a benefit of regular sleep?


Questions 46 - 50:

Reading text 1:

Desmond-Hilbert Community College
Canter, Connecticut

Are you interested in enhancing your skills to increase your employability and competitiveness in the job market? The Desmond-Hilbert Community College is now offering courses for both employed and unemployed individuals interested in obtaining certifications or improving their skill sets.

The program offerings include certification in real estate brokering, automobile safety, and computers. In addition, we have two new certification courses this semester in basic nursing and building inspection.

If you would like more information, please visit our Web site at An online form is available for those who would like to enroll for the upcoming school term. Once you submit the form, we will respond within 48 hours. You may also enroll at the registrar's office. Deadline for enrollment is August 12. Enrollment beyond the deadline is at the discretion of the instructor.

Reading text 2:

Course Schedule for Fall Term August 24 to December 21

Desmond-Hilbert Community College

Real Estate Brokering Mon and Wed, 9 A.M. - 4 P.M. with a 1-hour lunch break Ms. Wendy Dufresne
Automobile Safety Tues and Thurs, 9 A.M. - 12 noon Mr. Harold Singh
Building Inspection Mon and Fri, 9 A.M. - 11 A.M. Mr. Ted Angelotti
Computers and Tablets Tues and Thurs, 2 P.M. - 4 P.M. Ms. Sandy Packard
Basic Nursing Mon to Fri, 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. with a 1-hour lunch break Mr. Paul Leong

Information on payment of tuition and fees will be provided via e-mail if you register using the online form.

Reading text 3:

To: Joel Partido
From: Gail Bowe
Subject: Registration
Date: August 9

Dear Mr. Partido,

This is to confirm that we have received your registration form. Your tuition and fees total $2,200. The enrollment process will be complete once you have submitted your payment.

You indicated that the firm you work for will pay for your training. The amount may be transmitted to the following account: Oak Valley Bank, Account No. 3811245-67-9811. Your employer may also pay by credit card through our Web site.

Once your payment has been received, you will be issued a receipt via e-mail. Print it out and bring it on the first day of class. Please be reminded that the course you enrolled in has full daytime sessions every day except Saturday and Sunday. If you have any questions, you may reach me by e-mail. Thank you.


Gail Bowe

46. What is the announcement mainly about?
47. In the announcement, the word "discretion" is closest in meaning to
48. Which instructor is teaching a new course?
49. Based on the e-mail, what is true about Mr. Partido?
50. What class did Mr. Partido most likely enroll in?
Questions 51 - 55:

Reading text 1:

Gunton City Council to Consider Blandfolk Superstore Proposal

At a Gunton City Council meeting on May 2, members listened to a presentation from representatives of Blandfolk Superstore about building a branch locally. The retail giant proposed erecting an outlet measuring 9,500 square meters just within city limits on Medford Avenue. However, the chosen land has not yet been authorized for commercial establishments, so Blandfolk has requested that the property be rezoned. Gunton mayor Claire O’Rourke told representatives that the council would discuss the proposition this month and address it at their next meeting in June. A spokesperson for Blandfolk said the corporation hopes the proposal will pass, emphasizing that the development would provide employment for up to 190 local residents.

Reading text 2:

Gunton Herald

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Readers’ Comments

Ronald Pinero posted on May 7:
I am writing in regard to an article printed in your newspaper’s May 3 edition about the construction proposal from Blandfolk Superstore. As a long-time business owner in Gunton, I am concerned. I manage Ballas Boutique, a clothing store in the downtown area, and many of my friends and business acquaintances also operate private shops in the city. Large corporate retailers have forced many smaller stores out of business in other locations where they have opened, even when such establishments have been situated on the outskirts of towns. I’m not sure most businesses like mine will be able to compete without significantly dropping prices and, by extension, the quality of our goods. For now, Gunton is a very vibrant and diverse city, and I hope the mayor and council members will reject the proposal in order to keep it that way.

Reading text 3:

TO: Ronald Pinero (
FROM: Adeline Morris (
SUBJECT: Request from Gunton COC
DATE: May 8

Dear Mr. Pinero,

I came across your comments on the Gunton Herald Web site. Your concern is something the board of the Gunton Chamber of Commerce has been discussing, and we agree that something must be done to protect stores in the downtown area, like yours. On June 3, the city council will be holding a public meeting that some of us will be attending. It would be helpful if you joined us at the event. You could give a short talk describing the concerns you mentioned in your comments. You are welcome to use visual aids, bring supporting documents, and invite others who share our concerns. Please let me know if you would like to participate.

Sincerely yours,

Adeline Morris
Secretary, Gunton Chamber of Commerce

51. What is the article mainly about?
52. What does Mr. Pinero want Ms. O’Rourke to do?
53. In the article, the word "limits" is closest in meaning to.
54. What will take place on June 3?
55. What is indicated about Ms. Morris?
Questions 56 - 60:

Reading text 1:

From: Beth Wolt(
To: Chris Gately(
Date: November 22
Subject: Details for Conference on December 2

Hi, Chris!

First, I'd like to express my excitement that you've agreed to speak at this year's technology conference. As you know, Runt Corporation has been organizing this event for the last ten years to promote innovation in the computer industry.

In my previous email, I told you that the conference would start at 8 a.m., but it has been changed to 9 a.m. becase a few of the companies who will be providing exhibits wanted a little more time to set up their product displays. Now, when you get to the conference center, you will have to pass through security. Please hand the security guard the four-digit code that I gave you, and he will issue you a temporary visitor's ID badge. You will need to wear this badge at all times while you are in the building.

If you need us to provide any equipment, such as a laptop computer, or overhead projector, please contact the event organizer, Martin Walsh. His email address is You can also reach him by phone at 1-529-236-1478.

Please feel free to contact me with any further questions that you might have. I look forward to meeting you on the day of the conference.

Beth Volt, Public Relations Director

Reading text 2:

From: Chris Gately(
To: Beth Volt(
Date: November 23
Subject: Update on December 2 Conference

Dear Mrs. Volt,

Thank you so much for your kind email. I am also very excited to speak at your conference. My company's innovative business strategy has greatly increased our profit margins and I am confident that, if implemented properly, it will help any computer company improve its total computer sales.

Since the subject I plan to cover is rather technical, I have asked one of my colleagues, Bill Front, to give a brief PowerPoint presentation to familiarize the audience with a few new technology terms. Mr. Front is a software designer who has been working for Spectron Inc. for five year. His innovative product designs have contributed greatly to Spectron's success in the last three years.

With regard to equipment, I will need a couple of things for the presentation. I will leave a list of required items with the event organizer when I visit his office on Wednesdday, November 25. Thanks for all of your help.

Chris Gately

56. Why did Beth Volt write the email?
57. What is Mr. Gately required to do before entering Runt Corporation?
58. When will Ms. Volt and Mr. Gately meet?
59. Who is Bill Front?
60. What does Mr. Gately plan to do on Wednesday?
Questions 61 - 65:

Reading text 1:

Orbitron Technologies is now in the process of hiring thirty new systems engineers. This expanding company, located in Golden Oaks, California, will pay each new employee a minimum of $45,000 a year (up to $75,000, depending on qualifications) and offers two weeks of vacation time per year. Applicants must hold a degree in systems engineering from an accredited university and have a minimum of two-three years of experience in the field. Please send a current résumé by mail or FAX to Dr. John Poplack by December 15th.

Reading text 2:

To: Dr. John Poplack
From: Alex Fenwood
Fax #: 02-922-2006
Date: December 5th

Dear Dr. Poplack,

I am very interested in the position of systems engineer advertised in this week's Golden Oaks Times. I have been working as an engineer for the past four years. I graduated from the University of California, Davis with an honors degree in systems engineering. I am sending you a copy of my résumé and the names and telephone numbers of three references. My current employer says he would be very happy to recommend me and is available for discussion of my work.

Thank you for your time.

Alex Fenwood

61. How much experience should preferred candidates have?
62. Where must qualified candidates have a degree from?
63. What is the maximum salary possible?
64. How often is the Golden Oaks Times published?
65. Which of the following is NOT true?
Questions 66 - 70:

Reading text 1:

Date: Tuesday June 22 10:23:22
Subject: Richard Heather
From: Andrew Dias
To: All employees

Thank you for attending today's meeting. This memo is to confirm our agreement on the media release scheduled to be made public at 10 AM tomorrow morning.

The press release will basically announce the resignation of Richard Heather, our Chief Financial Officer, and the appointment of an interim CFO, Kelly Anderson. We reached a consensus over not mentioning Mr. Heather's reasons for resigning from his position. For further questions, contact Ms. Heidi Caldwell, Human Resources Manager.

We appreciate your support and cooperation.

Andrew Dias


Reading text 2: Announces Resignation of Richard Heather, Chief Financial Officer, Inc. yesterday reported the resignation of Chief Financial Officer Richard Heather. Mr. Heather joined in September 1997. He recently accepted a job offer at a local retail company in Vermont and will start his new career as a regional manager as of next month. has appointed Kelly Anderson, who currently supervises the Accounting Department, as the provisional CFO until a final decision about the new CFO is made. Ms. Anderson, who started her career in accounting at Fortune Auditing, Inc. in 1995, joined in May 1999.

Chief Executive Officer Andrew Dias said, "We are sincerely grateful for Richard's outstanding contributions and genuine commitment to over the past decade. Although we regret losing such a valuable asset as Richard, we wish him well in his future career".

A brief history of Mr. Heather's work experience and achievements is provided on our website,

66. What is the Andrew Dias' memorandum mainly about?
67. To whom should employees address follow-up questions?
68. What is NOT stated about Kelly Anderson?
69. In the press release, the word "outstanding" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to
70. According to the press release, what can be found on the company's website?

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