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PART 6

Questions 1 - 4:

Reading text:

To: Teachers
From: Kevin Greene
Subject: Report Cards

To all teachers,

You are probably _____(1) that report cards are scheduled to be sent out next month. I know that you are all busy with your classes, but please try to work on writing report cards for your students. Do not forget that the report cards need to be _____(2) reviewed, printed and signed before they are put in the mail. Please complete and submit your report cards one week _____(3) the deadline, July 15. _____(4). Thank you in advance for your efforts. I appreciate your hard work and encourage you to continue doing your best.

Kevin Greene
Director, Silver Star Academy

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

Reading text:

Our job here in the Quality Control Department is to make sure that no garment leaves the factory in less than perfect condition. This means that each garment _____(1) carefully by a trained garment inspector.

We throw out all _____(2) garments.

It is important to protect our _____(3) and make sure that the name of our company is always associated with top-quality products.

5. (1)
6. (2)
7. (3)
Questions 8 - 11:

Reading text:

Sports Complex Put to a Vote

Gainesburg, June 3—Gainesburg residents _____(1) on whether a sports complex should be built in town. It was concluded that 82 percent are _____(2) of the project. In consideration of the results, the city approved its construction, and development plans are expected to commence in the coming months.

Gainesburg’s one existing fitness club was _____(3) last year after 30 years of use. This left the area without any functional leisure facilities at all, and residents had been pushing for a sports complex ever since.

_____(4). "Having a fitness center will make athletic resources readily accessible to a wider range of people. It will also help unite the community in a fun and healthy way," said council member Claire Faukes.

8. (1)
9. (2)
10. (3)
11. (4)
Questions 12 - 14:

Reading text:

The new play, Sunflower Sunset, opened at the Westwood Playhouse last night. A lot of effort went into this production. The actors _____(1) for months, and an elaborate set was constructed.

Unfortunately, this effort could not save the dull dialogue. It was easy to see that the _____(2) was bored - snoring was heard throughout the theater, and many people left before the end of the play.

The actors made a fine effort with their _____(3), but the best acting in the world cannot save a poorly written play.

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

PART 7

Questions 15 - 17:

Reading text:

12 Blue Bird Drive
Newark, NJ
064587
12 May 2007

Paul Thorntree
Spotless Cleaner's
145 Market Drive
Newark, NJ

Dear Mr. Thorntree,

I recently had three jackets dry cleaned at Spotless Cleaner's. Unfortunately, when I got home and looked at one of the jackets, I noticed there was a large rip on one of the sleeves. I immediately returned the item to your building on Market Drive, but the sales clerk told me that the company was not responsible for any damages incurred during cleaning. I have been doing business with Spotless Cleaner's for three years and have always received excellent service, but I am quite distressed about this recent incident. I would like the company to pay for the repair of this item, and to give me a full refund on the cost of dry cleaning all three items. Please contact me as soon as possible to discuss the matter. I can be reached Monday to Friday after 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday any time. My home number is 632-365-1456. You can also reach me at my office at 653-362-9876.

Regards,
Linda Applebee

15. What is the purpose of the letter?
16. What does Mrs. Applebee request from the company?
17. What does Mrs. Applebee say about Spotless Cleaner's?
Questions 18 - 19:

Reading text:

Green Grass All Year Round

Having nice green grass all year long is easy with regular use of "Winterize." Remember to "Winterize" your lawn this fall. This special fertilizer keeps the roots of your lawn alive during the winter. By strengthening the roots of your lawn, it leads to better growth in the spring. This products is also ideal for all outdoor plants, shrubs, and trees, keeping them strong and healthy during the coming cold months. Available at all good gardening centers.

18. When will this product show results?
19. Which of the following is this produt NOT suitable for?
Questions 20 - 21:

Reading text:

IMPORTANT NOTICE

All employees of Roger's Cable are no longer allowed to park on the side streets on the opposite side of Manordale Avenue. We have received complaints from the residents of the neighborhood and the by-law enforcement about employee vehicles. Effective immediately, all staff are required to purchase a parking pass for the underground parking beneath the building for $35 per month. Ask your manager to have the parking fees withheld from your monthly pay deposit. Thank you for your cooperation.

20. Who issued this notice?
21. What are employees asked to do?
Questions 22 - 24:

Reading text:

Hanlan’s Coffee Company - Ethical Purchasing Policy

At Hanlan’s, we know that our customers like to drink only the finest coffee from around the world. We also recognize that they want to be sure that the people who grow that coffee are treated fairly. Many coffee producers provide their employees with poor working conditions and low pay, which are practices that Hanlan’s does not support. —[1]—.

Coffee companies that buy their stock on the open market never know exactly where it comes from. But at Hanlan’s, we take a different approach. We have exclusive contracts with farms in Guatemala, Ethiopia, and Vietnam. —[2]—. Because of this, we know exactly who is producing our coffee and the conditions in which it is being grown. We appreciate all the hard work of our farmers and ensure that they have acceptable working conditions and wages. But our commitment does’t end there. —[3]—. Hanlan’s pays them an additional 10 percent above current market prices as our way of saying "thanks."

Furthermore, to give even more back to these communities, we have started the Hanlan’s Development Foundation. Each year through this organization, we put five percent of our total corporate profits into building schools, water pumps and purification plants, and health care facilities in the towns and villages near where our coffee is grown. The main goal is to make certain that all our workers’ children are safe, healthy, and have the chance to go to school and receive a full education. —[4]—.

Find out more about Hanlan’s development projects, our coffee producers, and what you can do to support our cause at www.hanlancoffee.com/foundation.

22. What is indicated about Hanlan’s Coffee Company’s partner farms?
23. Who does the Hanlan’s Development Foundation mostly benefit?
24. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "By achieving this worthwhile objective, we’ll be able to continue our efforts."
Questions 25 - 26:

Reading text:

Susan Learned [4:32]
Good afternoon, Mr. Wachtel. This is Susan Learned from Sigridson Office Interiors. I received the order form you e-mailed us this morning, but I have some questions for you.

 

Justin Wachtel [4:41]
Hello, Susan. I hope there isn't a problem with the order.

 

Susan Learned [4:43]
Nothing major, it's just that you wrote down your preferred brand for the office chairs but didn't indicate how many you need.

 

Justin Wachtel [4:45]
Sorry about that! Hold on, and let me check how many of the old ones we have now.

 

Justin Wachtel [4:55]
It looks like we need 18 chairs.

 

Susan Learned [5:02]
Perfect. Also, in regard to the Bainbridge conference table you asked for, it comes in a variety of materials. If you check our Web site, there are pictures of the table in pine, oak, and cedar. Prices vary slightly. Could you let me know your preference?

 

Justin Wachtel [5:04]
Actually, I am interested in the cedar version. It should coordinate well with the other desks and furnishings in the office.

 

Susan Learned [5:08]
I'll take note of that information. We should be able to deliver everything by Tuesday morning. However, the projection screen is being custom-built, so it won't get there until Thursday. I'll e-mail you a final invoice later today.

25. At 4:43, what does Ms. Learned mean when she writes, "Nothing major"?
26. What is Mr. Wachtel NOT interested in purchasing?
Questions 27 - 30:

Reading text:

Corrine Dealba 4:32 PM. Hi everyone. So, it sounds like Osment Industrial is interested in hearing a presentation from our firm about an indoor garden. We need to visit their offices and do an assessment next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. It shouldn't take more than two hours. I think it would be best if three of us visit, as this is potentially a large-scale project.
Jan Yates 4:34 PM. I've got to be at Yeltsin Enterprises to supervise a team installing a rooftop garden on Tuesday. But if it's necessary, I can ask Ellen Pearson to cover for me.
Avery Wong 4:35 PM. I'm free to go. Do you need us to do anything in regard to the presentation?
Kip Villegas 4:35 PM. I can probably manage it, too.
Corrine Dealba 4:36 PM. Please ask Ellen to take your place, Jan. I really need your expertise. Avery, I'll take care of the presentation. I will need you and Kip to take measurements of the space and find out about particular needs, the budget, and other details.
Kip Villegas 4:36 PM. Shall we leave from the office together?
Corrine Dealba 4:37 PM. Yes, let's meet in the parking garage at 2:30, and we can drive over together in my car. Is that OK for those who are coming?
Avery Wong 4:38 PM. That works perfectly for me. I'll see you then.
Corrine Dealba 4:40 PM. Thanks everyone. See you on Tuesday.

27. What is inferred about Osment Industrial?
28. What is Mr. Wong most likely going to do next week?
29. At 4:38 P.M., what does Mr. Wong mean when he writes, "That works perfectly for me"?
30. What might Ms. Pearson do on Tuesday afternoon?
Questions 31 - 34:

Reading text:

EZ-R-Printing Services:
Get exactly what you want!

If your small business requires pamphlets, flyers, business cards, catalogs, or any other type of promotional material, you can produce precisely what you need with EZ-R-Printing Services! Our easy-to-use design system allows you to select the fonts and graphics you like and position them on the page. You can even choose the type of paper to use.

-[1]-. Once you're completely satisfied with your document, select the number of prints you'd like and submit payment by credit card, direct transfer from your financial institution, or the Paybuddy online transaction service. -[2]-. Fill out a shipping form, and your items will be delivered anywhere in the US within five business days. Shipping and handling charges are included in the total cost, so there are no hidden fees.

-[3]-. For a one-time payment starting at as low as $180, one of our skilled professionals will create an attractive publication. They can work with you on any printed promotional material until you are satisfied!

In addition, for the month of May only, anyone placing an order of $75 or more will receive $25 worth of business cards for free. -[4]-.

Check out hundreds of sample publications on our site and take a tour of our design system to see how easy and affordable it is to use our services at www.ezrprintingservices.com.

31. What does the advertisement mention about EZ-R-Printing Services?
32. What will be given to those customers who spend a certain amount?
33. What can visitors to EZ-R-Printing Services' Web site do?
34. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "If you're uncertain about your layout and design skills, you don't have to do it at all."
Questions 35 - 38:

Reading text:

August 9 – The Moon Circus is making its first appearance in New York to present Zora, a show based on an astounding story of the nature. This latest extravaganza is finally ready for the stage after 2 years of production.

At a press conference held in Philadelphia last week, Mr. Gregory Karminski, the director of Zora, described in detail how the show came to be. —[1]—. The show is inspired by Julia Simms’ famous work of fiction, Jungle Tales, taking on the majestic and wild characteristics of the jungle and its inhabitants.

—[2]—. Mr. Karminski emphasized portraying the colors of nature on the stage that Jungle Tales illustrates in words. He paid close attention to the details of the stage designs, costumes, and props to make them look as realistic as possible. He collaborated with Aria Fernandez, a choreographer who created routines for the Seattle Horizon , in creating of the choreography that makes the audience feel as if they are in the actual jungle. —[3]—. These efforts contributed to the creation of a masterpiece, a circus that is beyond imaginable. —[4]—.

Zora’s premiere at Loren’s Theater will be shown on September 3. The Zora National Tour will be visiting Boston and Las Vegas in the future. Do not miss the chance to see the most stunning show of all time, Zora, by the Moon Circus.

35. What is the main purpose of the article?
36. What is NOT indicated about Mr. Karminski?
37. Where is Loren’s Theater located?
38. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? “The director also worked closely with an award-winning scriptwriter Louis Bell in the making of Zora’s script.”
Questions 39 - 42:

Reading text:

Edmond Estrada Wins Albuquerque Judge's Seat

March 18-A spokesperson for the Albuquerque District Court announced that Attorney Edmond Estrada has won his bid for the judge's seat. -[1]-. He will replace current Judge Wendy Delwes, who confirmed earlier this year that she is retiring at the end of March.

In his role as an attorney for the past 25 years, Mr. Estrada has been involved in thousands of legal cases. These included both civil complaints and landlord-tenant cases. -[2]-.

"It has been my privilege to serve the citizens of Albuquerque in my capacity as a lawyer," said Estrada, "and to have witnessed the capable leadership exhibited by Judge Delwes for many years. Through her example, I have learned a great deal about how our courts work best for the people of Albuquerque. -[3]-. Indeed, I feel honored to be succeeding her."

In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Estrada is active in the local community. -[4]-. According to Mr. Estrada's biography, he is a member of the Rio Rancho Land Commission and has volunteered with numerous local charities.

39. What does the article mainly discuss?
40. What is indicated about Ms. Delwes?
41. What is NOT mentioned about Mr. Estrada?
42. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "And in every legal matter he has handled, he has shown a firm commitment to the pursuit of justice."
Questions 43 - 46:

Reading text:

Gail Royce 7:32 P.M. So, are we all ready for the product launch tomorrow? Let me know if there is anything else we need to do. We won't have much time, as the event starts at 11 A.M.
Reena Singh 7:36 P.M. My team and I have the venue nearly ready. We have a few large banners to hang in the morning, but everything else has been set up.
Roger Bryce 7:37 P.M. We have to make some final lighting adjustments in the morning, but the video screens are up and the sound system is operational.
Olga Russovich 7:38 P.M. About 500 guests have confirmed, but a few more may show up. Six members of the press are coming. The caterer has also set up the food table and refreshment counter.
Gail Royce 7:41 P.M. Thanks everyone. It sounds like everything is proceeding as planned. Olga, why are so few members of the press coming?
Olga Russovich 7:43 P.M. There is an important meeting at City Hall at the same time. Many local journalists need to attend that instead.
Gail Royce 7:46 P.M. That's a shame. I think the reserved press seating area will be far too large. Reena, if you need, feel free to use up to half of the press area for further product displays.
Reena Singh 7:48 P.M. That would be great. There are a couple of jewelry displays that seem rather crowded, so I'll move some things there in the morning. We will want to showcase our new products in the best way possible. What time does the venue open?
Roger Bryce 7:49 P.M. I asked the venue manager today, and he can be there earlier than usual, at 7 A.M., to give us access.

43. At 7:46 P.M., what does Ms. Royce most likely mean when she writes, "That's a shame"?
44. What will Mr. Bryce do the following morning?
45. What is NOT true about the event venue?
46. What type of company does Ms. Singh most likely work for?

PART 7

Questions 47 - 51:

Reading text 1:

The Regency Scotia School of Design Hosts Historic Royal Costume Display

Threads of Royal History, launched on Friday, is the latest exhibit from the Regency Scotia School of Design (RSSD) in Glasgow. It is a treat for period costume enthusiasts. For the exhibit, the school borrowed 52 outfits belonging to both historical and current monarchs from museums around the world. Of particular note are the 4,000 year old headdress and accessories on loan from the Cairo Museum in Egypt as well as several stunning robes from the Forbidden City Museum in Beijing. In addition, fashion students from the school have created 38 replica outfits. All of the items are beautifully displayed on specially designed mannequins.

The exhibit will last for a month, concluding on April 30. Regular admission is £6.50, but students and faculty of the RSSD are admitted for free. Senior citizens pay £5.00, and children 10 and under pay £3.50. Inquire about student group rates by calling 555-3400. The exhibit space is located in the school's Leighton Hall, which is open from 10 A.M. through 8 P.M., Monday through Thursday.

Reading text 2:

TO Larry Dent
FROM Rhoda Augustine
SUBJECT RSSD Exhibit
DATE April 20

Hi Larry,

I saw an article in the paper about RSSD's current exhibit and am thinking of taking the students in my morning art classes there for a field trip. I called to find out about student group rates, and if there are 30 or more students, the admission fee is significantly lowered to £4.OO. But I only have 24 in total for both my morning classes, so I was wondering if you and your students might be interested in joining us. The community center's bus seats 55 people, so there should be enough room to accommodate everyone. It sounds like a really interesting display, and I think our students would learn a lot from it as well. There is no rush, but let me know whether you're interested by Friday so I can book the visit.

Thanks!

Rhoda

Reading text 3:

PAID IN FULL (cash)

Group Ticket for: Threads of Royal History Exhibition
Date: April 28 *This ticket can only be used on the indicated date.
Name: Terrington Secondary School
Rate: Student group rate
Participants: 48
Group Leader(s): Rhoda Augustine, Larry Dent

All visitors are required to proceed through the security checkpoint prior to admission. Photography is strictly forbidden. Please do not touch any item on display.

47. What is NOT true about Threads of Royal History?
48. Why did Ms. Augustine want Mr. Dent's students to join her group?
49. How much were the Terrington Secondary School students charged for admission?
50. What did Mr. Dent's students most likely do on April 28?
51. What are visitors to the exhibit asked to do?
Questions 52 - 56:

Reading text 1:

Stockton, May 9 – A 1,200-square-foot branch of the popular Florida-based clothing and accessories store Fresh & Sharp will be opening in Stockton's Old Ridge Mall this year. Construction is due to commence today. The store will be situated in the space that housed an Always Good Supermarket until recently. Old Ridge Mall spokesperson Christian Cabot said that expectations for Fresh & Sharp are high as other branches of the store have routinely demonstrated strong performance. "We are confident that it will be an excellent addition to our collection of quality retailers, and we've placed it in a central location accordingly." The date of Fresh & Sharp's grand opening event is expected to be announced later this month.

Reading text 2:

Fresh & Sharp Grand Opening Sale
Old Ridge Mall, Ground Floor
Friday, September 9

Our new store is finally finished and ready for business. Please join us in celebrating our grand opening event while taking advantage of some amazing prices!

All T-shirts only $10 each!
50% off specially marked accessories!
30% off select sweaters and jackets!
20% off all denim and dresses!

Spend over $200 and get an additional 10 percent off the total price of your purchases after tax.

*Members with 10,000 loyalty points or more accumulated from any of our locations will receive a free Fresh & Sharp tote bag!

Doors open at 10 A.M.

Reading text 3:

Fresh & Sharp
Old Ridge Mall, Stockton
Store 65

Customer: Patricia Jones, Member #054532

Date/Time: 09.09/12:44 P.M. Cashier: Jules 0198

6734342 V-neck T-shirt $10.00
5632563 Wool sweater $52.00 $36.40
(Item discount $15.60)
934342 Embellished T-shirt $10.00
43545 Locket pendant $25.50
45485 Spiral hoop earrings $15.76 $7.88
(Item discount $7.88)
947234 M-size boot cut jeans $84.00 $67.20
(Item discount $16.80)
Subtotal $156.98
Tax $10.99
Total $167.97

Loyalty Points Earned This Time: 1,150
Total Loyalty Points: 8,534

Thank you for shopping at Fresh & Sharp.
Please note that we do not provide refunds for returned items. However, we will allow customers to exchange items that retain their original tags for items of equal value for up to 14 days after purchase. Alternatively, store credit valid for a period of six months may be issued.

52. What is the purpose of the article?
53. In the article, the word "performance" is closest in meaning to
54. According to the advertisement, what is true about the sale?
55. What is suggested about Always Good Supermarket?
56. What is indicated about Ms. Jones?
Questions 57 - 60:

Reading text 1:

JOIN OUR CLUB!

Do you like to act, sing, and dance? Would you like to meet a new group of friends as dramatic as you are? If so, then please join our performs' club. We meet every Wednesday evening from seven o'clock to nine o'clock at the Clark City Community Center. We can promise you a great night! Everyone is welcome. We look forward to seeing you there! Email us at performclub@stagenet.com.

Reading text 2:

To: performclub@stagenet.com
From: MGreen@happnet.net
Subject: Performers'Club
Date: September 13th

I would like to join the performer's club because I love singing, acting, and dancing. However, I am worried that my singing and dancing are not good enough. Is it OK to join even if I am not very good? Please let me know.

Thank you,
Mary Green

57. Who can join the performers' club?
58. How long do club meetings last?
59. How often do they meet?
60. Why is Mary Green worried?
Questions 61 - 65:

Reading text 1:

August 8

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1 2 3
office visit, Japan-America Society
4 5
staff meeting
6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19
staff meeting
20
21 22
President's birthday
office closed
23 24 25      26
annual softball tournament
27
28 29 30 31
end-of-month sales meeting

Reading text 2:

To: swhitfield@tinycom.com, Bhejones@gonet.com, hdavis@renet.co
From: jpotter@hnet.com
Subject: August Calendar
Date: July 19

I have been asked to inform you of some changes to the summer events calendar. I would like to ask you to add these changes to the calendar posted in your offices, and to be sure to announce them at your monthly sales meeting at the end of this month. I have attached a copy of the original calendar, but I am afraid you will have to mark the changes for yourselves.

The first change is to the date of visit from the Japan-America Society. This has been postponed for a week and will happen the following Wednesday instead. Next, the annual softball tournament was marked incorrectly as Thursday and Friday, the 25th and 26th. It will be held, as always, on the fourth Friday and Saturday of August. In other words, the 26th and 27th. Finally, the meeting on August 31st is canceled.
Thanks for noting the changes.

Jason Potter

61. How often are the sales meetings scheduled?
62. What date will the Japan-America Society visit the office?
63. How long does the sporting event last?
64. What will happen on the fourth Monday in August?
65. Which event has been canceled?
Questions 66 - 70:

Reading text 1:

Date: Wed, 27 August, 18:41:50
From: Brittany Clark <brclark@abcmail.com>
Subject: English Class

Jennifer,

I couldn't make it to English class yesterday because I had a very bad stomachache. I think I ate some bad food on Sunday! I'm feeling much better now, though. Could you please tell me what the homework for tomorrow is? I read the next three acts in Hamlet, but I'm not sure if Mrs. Smart gave us more work or not. Thanks!

Your friend,
Brittany

Reading text 2:

To: Tbrclark@abcmail.com
From: jennie@mailynet.com
Re: English class

Hi Brittany,

I hope you are feeling better. We didn't have any homework, so you don't have to worry. We didn't finish discussing the three acts last time. We are going to talk about them in the morning.

See you tomorrow.
Jennifer

66. Why did Brittany miss English class yesterday?
67. What will Brittany and Jennifer do in English class tomorrow?
68. Who is Jennifer?
69. Who is Mrs. Smart?
70. Which of the following is NOT true?

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