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PART 6

Questions 1 - 4:

Reading text:

ATTENTION ALL TENANTS

Wimberley Group will _____(1) its rent collection system to electronic one. This change will apply to all apartments effective February 1. _____(2). Cash and personal checks will no longer be accepted.

Every tenant needs to create a user profile at www.wimberlygroup.com. After logging in, tenants will be able to _____(3) a payment. You can do this by selecting the unpaid bill and then clicking on the button at the bottom of the screen. _____(4) you hit "Pay", the amount you designate will be deducted from your registered credit card or bank account. If you wish to arrange automatic payments, please click the button labeled "Pay this amount every month."

Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions, e-mail us at help@wimberlygroup.com.

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

Reading text:

To: Employees.

From: Palm Eastwood Personnel Manager

Subject: Time off from work

Date: Dec. 5 2007

The _____(1) of this memo is to let the employees know about the policy on sick leave and other absences.

Time off from work may be authorized for various reasons. Generally, when employees want to be absent for any personal _____(2), it is subject to apporval by their immediate supervisor.

For excessive tardiness without a valid reason or any unreported leave, even if it's _____(3) court leave or military leave, they will receive a written warning.

Please be aware that three written warnings will result in dismissal.

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

Reading text:

Thank you for your interest in working at Plytel Corporation. To apply for a position, please _____(1) a résumé and a letter explaining your background and interest.

We will keep your information on file for a year. If your qualifications match available openings, we will call you _____(2) for an interview.

Please do not call us; we will contact you if we have a position suited to your _____(3)

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

Reading text:

PARNOPIUS REOPENS IN SEPTEMBER!

The newly renovated Parnopius Museum of the Arts will officially reopen its doors to the public on September 1 at 10 A.M. The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be led by City Mayor Adam Warren, and other _____(1) officials are expected to attend.

Chief curator Minerva Hughes said the renovation focused on the construction of a south wing with 25 thousand square feet of exhibition space. The space allows for 20 galleries and will _____(2) the works of European and Asian artists. In addition, it has facilities not found in the rest of the building. _____(3).

The first exhibit in the new wing _____(4) contemporary Greek sculpture. It will run from September 15 to October 31. For more information, visit www.parnopiusmuseum.org.

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

PART 7

Questions 15 - 16:

Reading text:

Date: April 22
To: All managers
From: Alan Turing
Re: Company Tennis Tournament

Please distribute this notice to all full-time employees.
It's that time of the year again - time to dust off your racket for our annual company tennis tournament! We were so pleased with the exceptional turn-out last year, and we're hoping to see all of you again for more fun! We'll be holding the tournament at the same location as last year, the Lanark Country Club, on Sunday, May 26. The matches start at 1:30, followed by our usual patio party and gourmet barbeque at 6:30. The price has gone up slightly to $40 because our caterer is charging more. But we're also offering some more valuable prizes this year, including a 62-inch LCD TV for the winner and laptop computers for second and third place. So, we're hoping to see some competitive spirit! Space is limited to 48; so, hurry and sign up. You can sign up with Ashley Briggs in Accounting. We're looking forward to seeing you there!

15. What is different about this year's tennis tournament?
16. What reason is given for the slight price increase?
Questions 17 - 18:

Reading text:

Marge Bledsoe 11:05 A.M.
I just remembered I have a client who'd like to see the house that we've listed on 78 Crescent Lane. Unfortunately, I'm fully booked today. Is anyone free this afternoon?

 

Evan Clark 11:08 A.M.
I can bring the client to the house at 2:30. I have another showing nearby and can go there afterward.

 

Julia Anderson 11:14 A.M.
Marge, are you referring to Eva Teal? She called a short while ago and said she was looking for a two-bedroom place downtown.

 

Marge Bledsoe 11:15 A.M.
Yes, that's her. I think Evan can handle it. I need your help with another client, Julia.

 

Julia Anderson 11:45 A.M.
Sure, just let me know later.

 

Evan Clark 11:17 A.M.
OK. Why don't I show her the other home nearby as well? It's just a few blocks away from there and also has two bedrooms.

 

Marge Bledsoe 11:18 A.M.
Good call. Will find out if she's interested in seeing it. I'll give her your mobile number in case there's a problem. She can probably meet you there first before seeing the Crescent Lane house.

17. Who most likely is Ms. Anderson?
18. At 11:18 A.M., what does Ms. Bledsoe mean when she writes, "Good call"?
Questions 19 - 20:

Reading text:

Returns Policy

Chafeton Camera Supplies welcomes the return of any of our products within thirty days of purchase. In order to receive a full refund, you must bring your receipt. Returns without a receipt can only be exchanged for store credit.
Important: All returns must be accompanied by the factory packaging and in perfect condition. Returns will not be accepted for any products that were damaged by the customer.

19. How quickly must customers bring products back to the store?
20. What kinds of returns are NOT accepted?
Questions 21 - 24:

Reading text:

Going International: A Marketing Strategies Conference.

An information program sponsored by the National Student Marketers Association 

Are you ready to go global?

Recent research has shown that over half of medium-sized firms are looking to expand their business into the overseas market within the next five years. Is your business one of the majority? You may think you have all the tools necessary to go global, or that your product can sell itself-no matter what part of the world it's in. It has been proven, time and time again that our successful strategies for domestic marketing are, all too often, a tremendous failure when used abroad. That's the reason so many companies have failed, and that is the reason you should know better than to follow in their footsteps. The National Student Marketers Association is sponsoring a must-see event for any business owner planning to expand their product lines internationally.

The two-day conference will enlighten you and your employees on the following topics:

-Spotting your weaknesses ... before your customers do!

-Understanding culture - and using it to your advantage.

-Legal and taxation issues. Don't let your company suffer!

-Dealing with international customers. How to execute appropriate service plans.

-Developing & implementing a global marketing strategy. 

If you are a small or mid-sized firm owner or CEO, you must attend this conference! Cost is $250 per person. Discounts are available for groups of 3 or more. Total includes six meals and all materials. Visit www.NSMA org to register. Space is limited, so sign up today!

21. Who is the target audience for this announcement?
22. According to the information, what can lead to failure?
23. What topic will NOT be discussed during the conference?
24. Why is it important that people register soon?
Questions 25 - 28:

Reading text:

CE Corporation - Organic Chemistry Lab Safety Rules

1. Before lab activity
Wear safety goggles and an apron to protect yourself from hazardous chemicals during experiments and research. Avoid wearing clothing that could easily catch fire. Otherwise, make sure to wear a lab coat over your clothing. —[1]—.

2. Restricted items
With the exception of authorized heat sources, no items that can cause fires or explosions are allowed in the lab. Our lab activities are confidential, so filming devices are highly restricted in the lab. —[2]—.

3. Organization
It is evident that lab stations are clean and organized at all times to prevent accidents and chemical residues from causing reactions. Before and after lab activities, all chemicals should be put away with lids closed tightly. —[3]—.

4. Emergencies
Accidents can happen anytime during the lab, and thus you must be aware of the use and location of safety equipment. In case of a fire or chemical contamination, a siren will go off, and everyone must leave the lab immediately. —[4]—.

25. For whom is the information most likely intended?
26. What is NOT mentioned as an item the readers should avoid bringing into the lab?
27. According to the information, under what circumstance is evacuation necessary?
28. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? “Lab materials should be cleaned thoroughly and be placed where they belong.”
Questions 29 - 31:

Reading text:

To: Lou Barlow
From: J. Mascis
Re: Printer Toner Cartridges
Date: December 8

Dear Mr. Barlow,

Although we have never formally met, I have been working in your company for over eight years in the printing department. I would like to call your attention to the fact that there is a new resource for printer toner cartridges. Currently, we are spending about $15 for black toner cartridges and $25 for color cartridges. This is because we are buying them directly from the manufacturer. However, I have recently found an Internet dealer who can supply us with unlimited black cartridges for only $1.50 each and color cartridges for 2.50 each. If you are interested, perhaps we could talk about this in more detail at your convenience.

Sincerely,

J. Mascis
Print Shop Manager

29. What is the relationship between Mr. Barlow and Mr. Mascis?
30. How much is the company currently spending on color toner cartridges?
31. Who can supply the company with inexpensive supplies?
Questions 32 - 35: refer to the following advertisement.

Reading text:

The Manor at Aldous Street
in one of Barchester's most livable neighborhoods

Parkhurst's newest apartment building offers city life at its most comfortable and convenient. The Manor at Aldous Street has a wide array of shops and fine restaurant just outside its door. And for commuters to the city center, public transportation is available at the Queens Landing station, just a short walk to the north.

Our apartment units range from one to three bedrooms. Each units has the following:
a full-sized kitchen complete with newly installed refrigerator, oven, and dishwashing machine; a dining room separate from the kitchen; and a spacious sitting room with balcony access.

Residents will also have access to complimentary high-speed Internet, shared laundry facilities, and, for an additional monthly fee, the parking garage.

Tour an apartment at The Manor at Aldous Street today. Call Henman Estate Agents at 0430-555-0108 to schedule an appointment.

Visit our Web site at www. henmanestateagents. com. au/themanorataldousstreet for apartment floor plans, photos of the building, and a map of the Parkhurst neighborhood.
Units will be available beginning on April 1.

32. What is being advertised?
33. How is the Parkhurst neighborhood described?
34. What is suggested about the units at The Manor?
35. What is NOT available on the Henman Web site?
Questions 36 - 38:

Reading text:

Overdue Materials:

- Book, Audio Books, Music CDs, Magazines:
*$0.10 per day per item
*$5.00 maximum fine per item

- Video Cassettes & DVDs:
*$1.00 per day per item
*$5.00 maximum fine per item

Lost or Damaged Materials:

*Replacement cost plus $5.00 processing fee
*For items whose cost is undeterminable, the default replacement cost is $25.00 plus $5.00 processing fee.
*An exact replacement for a lost item will be accepted, but a $5.00 processing fee will still be assessed.

36. How much does a customer have to pay for overdue magazines?
37. What is true about lost or damaged materials?
38. How much will be charged for lost materials whose original prices are not available?
Questions 39 - 42:

Reading text:

www.bennetthouse.org/visit

HOME | VISIT | HISTORY | MAP/LOCATION | CONTACT

Visitors and tour groups are welcome to view Bennett House from Tuesday through Saturday from 10 A.M. until 5 P.M. Groups of 10 or more are asked to make reservations a day in advance. Those who fail to do so may face significant waiting times. Admission is free, but cash boxes are located at the entrance and gift shop, where donations are gratefully accepted.

Bennett House can also arrange guided visits for students or tour groups for a flat fee of $25. -[1]-. All guests will receive informational brochures, which include history and facts about the Victorian-era home and the art and furniture contained in the rooms. -[2]-. The brochures contain pictures and short biographies of the house's former inhabitants as well. -[3]-.

A gift boutique and a tea shop are located near the exit. Postcards, souvenirs, T-shirts, tins of English teas, and teacups are available for purchase. -[4]-. The gift shop will not be open during the off-season from January through March, but the rest of our facilities will remain in operation. Bennett House closes on all national holidays.

39. What advice is included in the information?
40. What is available for an additional charge?
41. What is NOT indicated about Bennett House?
42. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "All proceeds from items sold go towards the preservation of this historic building."
Questions 43 - 46:

Reading text:

NOTICE:

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.

43. For whom in the Forest Lawn Country Club is the notice intended?
44. When will the golf course be closed for maintenance?
45. How can members register for a golf lesson?
46. What will happen if a vehicle is parked in front of the main entrance?

PART 7

Questions 47 - 50:

Reading text 1:

Wanted: Private Chinese Tutor

My husband, two children, and I need a Chinese teacher because we are moving to Hong Kong next summer. The teacher must come for one hour on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. We have some background in Chinese vocabulary and grammar, so we need to focus our classes on writing and conversation. We are willing to pay $20 an hour to the right person. Email Deb at chinafan@mailnet.com.

Reading text 2:

To: chinafan@mailnet
From: lilywong@chinmail.net
Subject: Tutor
Date: August 30th

Dear Deb,

I am a Chinese teacher from Hong Kong. I am now a student here in New Zealand. I taught Chinese in my home country, so I have a lot of experience. I am free every evening. I am very interested in meeting you and your family.

Please call me on 09-993-444

Lily Wong

47. Who wrote the advertisement?
48. Why do they need a teacher?
49. How much do they want to pay per week?
50. What did Lily Wong do before she moved to New Zealand?
Questions 51 - 55:

Reading text 1:

http://www.portkeyclassifieds.com/realestate/rentals

HOME | CLASSIFIED ADS | POST AN AD | CONTACT

DOWNTOWN APARTMENT FOR RENT: 543 Mapleton Street

This 950-square-foot apartment is located in the city center in Portsmouth Residential Towers. It contains two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and dining area, a bathroom, and a balcony. The residence is conveniently located near a bus stop, a subway station, and a shopping mall. The unit comes with a space in the building's parking garage, the cost of which is included in the $1,900 monthly rental fee. New wallpaper will be installed for the new resident. The apartment will be ready to move into as soon as this work is finished on August 30. Contracts are for one or two years with the possibility of an extension. A one-month security deposit is required along with a reference from a previous landlord. To book a viewing, please contact George Lee at georgelee@vendorrealty.com, or call him at 555-0393.

Reading text 2:

From: Neil Kaplan (555-3004)
To: George Lee (555-0393)

Received: May 25, 4:10 P.M.

Thank you for showing me the three apartment units this morning. I'm interested in renting the one on Mapleton Street. I understand that the owner needs a reference prior to signing any agreement. He is free to contact Miranda Chase at mirandach@verymail.com. She's the proprietor of the studio apartment I currently rent in Tanner Hill Condominiums. I am prepared to sign a two-year contract and move into the unit as soon as the new wallpaper has been put up. Thank you.

Reading text 3:

NOTICE: All Tenants

Tanner Hill Condominiums' underground parking facility will undergo resurfacing this week. The work will begin on Monday, May 30, and last until Friday. The facility will be inaccessible not only during this time but also on the weekend as the concrete requires time to set properly. Tenants may once again park their vehicles in the garage on Monday, June 6.

Tenants should move their vehicles one day before the work begins, to the Downtown Parkade located across the road at 168 Beauregard Avenue. Simply pick up a temporary pass from the facility's ticket office, and display it on your vehicle's windshield.

We apologize for any inconvenience and disturbance the work may cause. For more details, contact the building's administrative office at 555-4958 during its operating hours of 8 A.M. to 4 P.M., from Monday to Friday.

51. What is included in the advertised apartment's rental fee?
52. What is implied about Mr. Kaplan?
53. Who is Miranda Chase?
54. What will Mr. Kaplan probably have to do on May 29?
55. What is indicated about Tanner Hill Condominiums?
Questions 56 - 60:

Reading text 1:

FOR SALE: Kitchen Appliances!

I am moving into an apartment unit that already has kitchen appliances, so I am looking to sell the following items:

Cucina Stove/Oven (model #CS4095834). This stainless steel appliance was purchased three years ago but is still in good condition. It has a 4-burner range and a full-size oven. Asking $300 (but willing to negotiate).

Lava-Sud Dishwasher (model #40958374850). This dishwasher was purchased two years ago but is in good condition. It has two racks for dishes in addition to cutlery slots. Asking $250 (but willing to negotiate).

Preserve-Mate Refrigerator (model #R-2343209). It was purchased a year and a half ago but is in excellent condition. It is still under warranty for another six months and has no damage. It is stainless steel and has a freezer, fridge, and a dispenser for water and ice. Asking $1,500 (but willing to negotiate).

The items must be removed from my current apartment by July 1. Send an e-mail to Laurie Henner at lauriehen@mostmail.com for details.

Reading text 2:

TO Lance Volstead
FROM Laurie Henner
SUBJECT Re: Query about advertisement
DATE May 29

Mr. Volstead,

Thank you for responding to my advertisement. The refrigerator is still available. As for the measurements you asked about, you can check out the precise size of the model on the Preserve-Mate Web site. But from the way you described your kitchen, I think there will be plenty of space for the refrigerator.

Finally, I will accept your offer of $1,300 under one condition: that you pick up the item from my apartment within the next two days as I'm moving out quite soon. Please let me know if you want to proceed.

Regards,
Laurie Henner

Reading text 3:

TO Laurie Henner
FROM Lance Volstead
SUBJECT Re: Re: Query about advertisement
DATE May 29

Ms. Henner,

Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. The measurements will work perfectly for me. I'm fully booked tomorrow, but can come by the day after. I could be at your building by 4 P.M. If that time doesn't work, let me know when you are available.

Also, could you possibly send me your phone number? That way, I can call you if I'm delayed or something comes up. My number is (402)555-3049. Please let me know your apartment number, too. I will bring a cart to move the refrigerator, and my friend will accompany me to give me a hand. If there is any particular place I should park my truck, you can notify me of that as well.

I will bring cash and pay you right away. I hope to hear from you soon.

Lance Volstead

56. What is suggested about Ms. Henner?
57. When did Ms. Henner buy the appliance Mr. Volstead is interested in?
58. According to Ms. Henner, what information can be found on the Preserve-Mate Web site?
59. According to the second e-mail, what has Ms. Henner NOT been asked to do?
60. What is indicated about Mr. Volstead?
Questions 61 - 65:

Reading text 1:

12 April 2007

Employment Officer
Porter Investments
67 Waltham Ave.
Boston, MA

Dear Mr. Wright,

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

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

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

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

Sincerely,
Richard Bolt

Reading text 2:

12 Frosty Rd.
Boston, MA

Dear Mr. Bolt,

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

Sincerely,
Paul Wright

61. What did Richard Bolt achieve while at Georgetown University?
62. What does the letter suggest about Harvey Investments?
63. What news does Mr. Wright give Richard Bolt?
64. Why might Mr. Bolt contact Martin Plaster?
65. The word "extremely" of the second letter is closest in meaning to
Questions 66 - 70:

Reading text 1:

Date: Monday June 11, 2007 11:32:10
Subject: "Intro to Java" cancellation and tutoring alternative
From: Louis Vanegas
To: Jamie@hunter.edu; Yichun@nyu.edu; angelawong@samengineering.com

Hi all,

First, let me apologize for the fact that the "Intro to Java" course was cancelled. There were simply too few people signed up for the course. I also want to apologize for the manner in which the Continuing Education Department handled some of the logistics surrounding the course registration and refunds. The department is overwhelmed by work and continually short-staffed. Again, my apologies.

Although the course has been cancelled, you can still learn Java. I propose that you participate in small-group tutoring classes during the summer beginning next week. Details follow:

. Tutoring session days: Mondays
. Number of sessions: 8 (8 weeks)
. Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m
. Dates: Monday. June 18 - Monday, 13 August (We will skip the first week in August.)
. Where: 3rd floor computer lab, Tisch School, 832 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
(On the first day, we will meet in the lobby as you need a proper ID to access the building.)
. Cost: $30 per session
. Payment: $240 in cash, check, or money order payable on first day of class.

Please RSVP as soon as possible so I will have a good idea about the size of the group. Again, my apologies for the course cancellation.

Best regards,
Louis Vanegas

PS: More tutoring will be available at the end of the summer for those who might need more help.

Reading text 2:

Date: Tuesday June 12, 2007 15:22:00
Subject: Re: "Intro to Java" cancellation and tutoring alternative
From: Angela Wong (angelawong@samengineering.com)
To: Louis Vanegas (Ivanegas@hunter.edu>

Dear Mr. Vanegas,

Thanks for the information. I would like to know if I could only attend the first four sessions since I have to be away for about a month. After I was notified of the cancellation this Monday, I made all my travel arrangements, including my flight ticket.

Please let me know if you will allow me to do this. I would really appreciate your prompt reply. Thank you.

Best,
Angela Wong

66. Why has the course been cancelled?
67. For whom is Mr Vanegas' e-mail intended?
68. What has Louis Vanegas suggested as an alternative to the course?
69. Why did Angela Wong write her e-mail?
70. How much will Ms. Wong pay for the course if Mr. Vanegas accepts her request?

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