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PART 6

Questions 1 - 4:

Reading text:

Welcome to Redstone National Park

For the protection of the park, all visitors are asked to observe some basic _____(1).

Redstone National Park officially closes at 8 P.M. _____(2), there are a number of campsites situated throughout the park for those who wish to stay overnight. It is important to note that this option is only available to those with permits. _____(3).

We also ask that all visitors be thoughtful about maintaining the premises. Please make sure that rubbish and anything brought into wildlife areas is taken out upon leaving or disposed of in the appropriate receptacles.

Following these rules will help to ensure the _____(4) of the park’s beauty for future visitors.

For any questions or concerns, please call 555-9092.

1. (1)
2. (2)
3. (3)
4. (4)
Questions 5 - 8:

Reading text:

Nicole Freemont
1452 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, D.C. 20057

Dear Ms. Freemont,

I am pleased to confirm your membership to the Georgetown Food Cooperative. _____(1), we have enclosed your membership card. By supporting us, you are helping to make food more affordable for the community. This is because we get our products from local businesses with lower shipping and manufacturing expenses.

However, we can only _____(2) with the active assistance of all our members. That is why we ask each member to provide four hours of voluntary work at our store every month. _____(3). Moreover, we encourage you to stop by and familiarize yourself with issues pertaining to the _____(4) costs of food and to learn about other ways you can help.

Best wishes,

Edwin Krueger
Membership coordinator, Georgetown Food Cooperative

5. (1)
6. (2)
7. (3)
8. (4)
Questions 9 - 12:

Reading text:

April 28
The Missourian
438 East St. Louis Street
Springfield, MO 65806

To the Editor:

I wish to point out an error in a recent article in your newspaper. Last week, it _____(1) that over a thousand workers could lose their jobs if Liberty Medical Group merges with Midland Health Services. This is untrue.

I would like to emphasize that _____(2) have not been completed. I can say this because I am involved in the talks on behalf of Liberty Medical Group. In addition, if these two organizations merge, they would be in a better position to create new employment opportunities. This is because a consolidated firm can _____(3) jobs that each of the companies would have been unable to offer on their own.

It is our expectation that you will print a retraction. _____(4). I am hoping for your immediate response.

Sincerely,
Andrew Sweet
Company spokesperson

9. (1)
10. (2)
11. (3)
12. (4)
Questions 13 - 15:

Reading text:

Dear Valued Customer,

Smart consumers like yourself are concerned about your family's nutrition. Health is a top priority, and so is value. You want high-quality good products at competitive prices. That's why we are introducing Farm Fresh, our new line of 100% natural and organic frozen dinners. We know you'll love the great natural taste of Farm Fresh dinners such as Turkey and Wild Rice, Wild Salmon with Spring Greens and country Chicken with Vegetables. Farm Fresh dinners are _____(1) packaged with 100% recyclable materials.

But we don't have to use a lot of fancy words to convince you to enjoy Farm Fresh frozen dinners.

We will let their great taste _____(2) you to keep coming back for more.

Please use the enclosed coupons to buy up to six Farm Fresh dinners of your choice at 25% off the usual retail price. We know you _____(3) by the great taste and the great price.

Sincerely,

Rosa Martello

National Frozen Foods, Inc.

13. (1)
14. (2)
15. (3)

PART 7

Questions 16 - 18:

Reading text:

For Sale

1986 Celebrity Eurosport.
Low mileage and one careful previous owner.
Don't miss this one! Classic F-platform. Has original doors and GM/Delco stereo! New exhaust, shocks, tires, and brakes.
All replaced within last 6 months. Needs a paint touch-up and some minor repair work on fenders, rear bumper, and engine. Seat covers and Ziggy window shade included. Reliable transportation for a student, or as a second car. $400 or best offer.
Cash only please. Call Randy, 398-3412, weekdays before 5 p.m.

16. What part of the car needs repair?
17. What form of payment does the seller want?
18. When could an interested buyer call?
Questions 19 - 22:

Reading text:

Received: Monday, June 4th, at 8:32 p.m.
From: peter.lasco@allwalls.com
Re: Appointment Cancellation

Mr. Walker,
I apologize for having to cancel our appointment last Friday at the last minute. There was some urgent business at another job site, and I had to attend to it personally. I hope that we can reschedule for sometime next week.
Also, in your last e-mail you asked for some different options with regard to materials and our turn-around time. The sample books I couriered to you last week are the standard wallpapers that we use - 1.75 meter-wide, printed. But we have also started using a new process with large, floor-to-ceiling rolls that produces a papered wall without seams. The papers are the highest grade, and most have silk highlights. As your project is a luxury apartment complex, these products may better suit your needs. This is a specialty process, requiring special equipment, and so there would be additional charges on top of our usual labor costs. Since you would be doing so many units in your building, perhaps we could offer you a discounted rate on the labor. I will discuss this possibility with our sales manager and let you know when we meet.
With regards to our turn-around time, using standard-process papers we would be able to complete the 15 units in one week. The seamless wallpaper application process makes use of a large roller mechanism; so, potentially, we could complete the work in 3 days. Again, I am sorry to cancel our appointment. Please let me know at your earliest convenience when you would like to reschedule. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Peter Lasco
Sales Rep,
All Walls, Inc.

19. Why was the appointment with Mr. Walker cancelled?
20. What kind of service does this company offer?
21. What did Mr. Lasco do for Mr. Walker the previous week?
22. How long does Mr. Lasco estimate the job will take?
Questions 23 - 26:

Reading text:

TO Carolyn Shah (cshah@qrcbooks.com)
FROM Edwin Lewis (elewis@caspub.com)
SUBJECT Publication information
DATE July 19

Dear Ms. Shah,

I am pleased to tell you that Casper Publishing has come out with an important title that I think QRC Bookstore will be interested in selling. -[1]-.

The 10th edition of Economics for Business has been completed and contains revised multimedia content and new exercises in DVD format. We have one version for students and another for teachers. The students' version is packaged for affordability, while the teachers' version features several premium extras, such as preloaded presentation. -[2]-. Seeing as QRC Bookstore mainly sells university textbooks, it would make perfect sense for your shop to carry both versions of this publication or any of the other new titles in our catalog. -[3]-.

If you are interested in ordering, download the form on our Web site at www.caspub.com/orders and send it to us by post. -[4]-. For any further information, feel free to respond to this e-mail or contact me directly at 555-3044.

Best Regards,

Edwin Lewis

23. Why was the e-mail written?
24. What is implied about QRC Bookstore?
25. How can Ms. Shah place a product order?
26. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "These may be used in the classroom along with the extensive lesson plans found in each chapter."
Questions 27 - 29:

Reading text:

Offering you the best in real estate services

Thanks for visiting our website. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, you can take advantage of our comprehensive resources that will fulfill your real estate requirements. Our services include transaction tips, relocation assistance, and mortgage information. In a world of technology and the Internet, you can often get lost in an excessive amount of online resources, so you will need personalized help from our experts. Furthermore, effective communication is the key to our success in working with our valued customers.

We provide all the information and services you need for your real estate transactions. We help you find the right apartment in the right community. We get you information on facilities and schools in the neighborhood of your choice. We even provide you with such small details as restaurants and grocers.

The only concern we have is to make your buying and selling process a pleasant experience. Please click our "Buying-Selling Guide" section for more specific information.

27. For whom is the advertisement most likely intended?
28. What does the company NOT provide?
29. What should one do to get details about the communities?
Questions 30 - 31:

Reading text:

Mario Ramsay
I feel really drowsy these days. I lack motivation for almost everything and am always tired.
5:04 P.M.

 

Lauren Stewart
Do you get enough exercise?
5:06 P.M.

 

Mario Ramsay
No way. I don’t have time to exercise because I’m always working.
5:07 P.M.

 

Lauren Stewart
Working is important, but your health should come before anything. Why don’t you join our running club?
5:10 P.M.

 

Mario Ramsay
You’re right. But your club has been meeting for a while now. I don’t know if I can catch up with the current members.
5:11 P.M.

 

Lauren Stewart
Don’t worry. You’ll be fine, and, hey, it’s better late than never.
5:13 P.M.

 

Mario Ramsay
All right. I’ll only be available on weekends though.
5:14 P.M.

 

Lauren Stewart
That is not a problem. We work out on weekends, too.
5:16 P.M.

30. At 5:13 P.M., what does Mr. Stewart mean when he writes, “it’s better late than never”?
31. What is indicated about Mr. Stewart?
Questions 32 - 33:

Reading text:

Sonya Meadows
1:45 P.M.
Brian, sorry to bother you, but I need to ask a favor. I have to deliver the final rental contract for an office space, but my last appointment ran long. I don’t think I can make it there on time.

 

Brian Hull
1:46 P.M.
I can probably deliver it for you. Send me the details.

 

Sonya Meadows
1:48 P.M.
Thanks! The client is Coventry Financial, and they’re renting a space at State Tower on Market Street. It’s Unit 1804.

 

Brian Hull
1:49 P.M.
OK. What time is the appointment?

 

Sonya Meadows
1:49 P.M.
2 giờ 40 phút. You should be able to make it if you leave in the next 10-15 minutes.

 

Brian Hull
1:50 P.M.
I’ll take a cab so I get there faster. It’d take me twice as long if I had to look for parking in that area. What about the contract?

 

Sonya Meadows
1:51 P.M.
It should be sitting on my desk. I asked our receptionist to make copies of it earlier and leave it in my office.

32. What is suggested about Market Street?
33. At 1:51 P.M., what does Ms. Meadows mean when she writes, "It should be sitting on my desk"?
Questions 34 - 36:

Reading text:

Klondike Historical Preservation Society
325 Range Road
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6
Canada

Joanna Saunders
7582 Swan Lake Road
Vernon, BC V0E 1W2

Jan. 22

Dear Ms. Saunders,

I would like to extend our thanks for your support during the Klondike Historical Preservation Society's annual fundraiser. This year's country fair was even more successful than we expected.

In the past few years, the number of people attending the fair has increased dramatically. It is thanks to volunteers like you that we are able to host such a large number of visitors. Without this support, we would be incredibly understaffed.

I am pleased to report that $85,000 was raised at the fair this year, which far surpasses any record set at previous fairs. The funds will be used in the restoration of historic buildings in the downtown area.

Thank you again for all your help and support.

Jennifer Lumley
President, Klondike Historical Preservation Society

34. What is the purpose of the letter?
35. Who most likely is Ms. Lumley?
36. According to the letter, how was the recent event different from previous events?
Questions 37 - 39:

Reading text:

Hamburger House

Summer Special Offer!

That's right, we've brought back our annual Summer Special Offer here at Hamburger House.

Buy two juicy hamburgers --> get one hamburger free! Buy two giant cheeseburgers --> get one cheeseburger and one drink free!

Cool off with a Mountain Milkshake (Caramel or Raspberry) for only $1.50 or a Glacier Sundae (Blueberry or Double Chocolate) for only $2.50.

The Summer Special Offer will last all summer, from June 1st to August 31st!

37. If you buy two giant cheeseburgers, what do you get free?
38. How long does the offer last?
39. How often does this special offer happen?
Questions 40 - 43:

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.

40. What type of business does Ms. Hanson most likely work for?
41. At 11:58, what does Ms. Hanson mean when she writes, "on the right track"?
42. What is true about Mr. Rodriguez?
43. What has Ms. Hopkins been asked to do?
Questions 44 - 46:

Reading text:

Time Day One Day Two
8:15 - 10:00 Starting an E-Business
(also available online)
Designing a Functional Website 
Mastering E-commerce
Internet Technology
Choosing an Internet Provider 
Understanding Search Engines
10:30 - 12:00 Online Advertising
(also available online)
Writing Sales Copy for the Web 
Marketing your Product Online
Outsourcing Online
The Advantages of Hiring Freelancers 
How to Find a Freelancer
12:00 - 1:15                                          Lunch  
1:15 - 2:45 Keeping Track of Finances
Basic Rules of Accounting 
Important Tax Laws
Shipping Products (also available online)
How to Create a Simple Online order Form 
How to Minimize Shipping Problems
2:45 - 3:15                                     Coffee Break  
3:15 - 4:45 Advice from Successful E-business Owners
Mark Henrich, President of IP Media Online 
Linda Orlick, co-founder of Intelligent
Designs, an online web design company
George Tulane, author of "E-Business and You"
Conclusion
This portion of the seminar has not been determined.
contact Brent Sprites, Event Coordinator, for more information.

44. What subject will mainly be covered in the seminar?
45. What is TRUE about the Shipping Products seminar?
46. Who is George Tulane?

PART 7

Questions 47 - 51:

Reading text 1:

7 August

Jasmine Castor
Creators, Inc.
2255 Fleming Way
Richville SA 5045

Dear Ms. Castor,

I am writing to apply for the position of construction coordinator at Creators, Inc., which was posted on Jobseekers.com on August 5. I graduated from the University of Appenn in Newport with a degree in architecture. After graduation, I worked at Palotas, a small construction company located in Cherry Hill, for two years and "started working at my present place of employment, New Builders", as an assistant field engineer six years ago. Enclosed, please find my résumé, which will provide you with more information about my educational background and experience. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,
Mario Bevan
Enclosure

Reading text 2:

To: Mario Bevan (jbevan@promail.com)
From: Jasmine Castor (m.castor@creatorsinc.com)
Date: August 11
Subject: Interview
ATTACHMENT: Map

Dear Mr. Bevan,

Thank you for your interest in working with us at Creators, Inc. As we discussed on the phone, the position at our Burston office for which you applied has already been filled; you will instead be interviewed for a position at our branch located in the city where your university is. This unprecedented decision was based on your exceptional expertise, experience, and education.

The interview will take place at our headquarters in Richville. I have attached a map of the area for you to refer to. When you come outside from Exit 6 at Kearny Station, cross Eugene Road, pass by a tourist agency, and then take a left when you see a fairly big pharmacy on the corner of Lewin Street and Main Avenue. Then, walk for a couple of minutes until you find our corporate building next to a coffee shop. Good luck with your interview.

Regards,
Jasmine Castor

Reading text 3:

47. What is mentioned about Mr. Bevan?
48. What is the purpose of the e-mail?
49. Where does Mr. Bevan intend to work?
50. What is NOT suggested about Creators, Inc.?
51. What kind of business most likely is Caring Hands?
Questions 52 - 56:

Reading text 1:

Vera Advertising

MEMO

To: All staff
From: Joseph Tran, Human resources director
Subject: Staff retreat
Date: August 1

I'd like to remind that our annual staff retreat is coming up. This will take place from August 20 to 22 at the River Ranch Resort in Holbrook, which is a three-hour drive away. The company has rented a bus that leaves Phoenix at 8 A.M. on the 20th. For those of you who cannot make it at that time, Michelle Salazar will pick you up at around 2 P.M. Please contact her to make arrangements.

We've planned several activities for this outing, and copies of the agenda have been circulated among the departments. We will be giving everyone the day off on the Morday right after the retreat. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at extension 39.

Reading text 2:

Vera Advertising Annual Staff Retreat
River Ranch, Holbrook, AZ

Friday, August 20
11:00 A.M. Arrive at River Ranch
12:00 P.M. Lunch
2:00 P.M. Leisure activity: Horseback riding with a guide
5:00 P.M. Team building: Improving communication skills
6:00 P.M. Team building: Creative problem solving
7:00 P.M. Dinner

Saturday, August 21
8:00 A.M. Breakfast
10:00 A.M. Seminar: Embracing innovation
12:00 P.M. Lunch
2:00 P.M. Leisure activity: Guided whitewater rafting
7:00 P.M. Dinner
8:30 P.M. Staff meeting: Outlook for the next quarter

Sunday, August 22
8:00 A.M. Breakfast
9:00 A.M. Closing remarks from CEO Kent Vera
10:00 A.M. Group photo
10:30 A.M. Depart for Phoenix

Note:
All meals will be served in the lunch room located in the main building. All outdoor leisure activities are subject to change depending on the weather.

Reading text 3:

To: Joseph Tran
From: Steven Oliver
Subject: Re: requests
Date: August 12

Hi Joseph,

I'm writing this e-mail to let you know that I carried out all of the requests in your last message. As you asked, we booked three double rooms for Vera's top management, and nine other standard rooms for the staff. We have also made sure that vegetarian and gluten-free menu options are available in addition to our regular ones. Finally, I asked the kitchen staff to keep the lunch room stocked with hot and cold beverages, as well as light refreshments, throughout each day of the retreat. There is one issue you should be aware of, though. The main building will be closed for repainting on Sunday, August 22. So, I recommend that you use the annex for your activities on that day instead. If there is anything more I can do at this time, please let me know. Thank you!

Steven Oliver

52. What can be inferred about Ms. Salazar?
53. In the memo, the word "circulated" is closest in meaning to
54. What will occur twice during the staff retreat?
55. According to the e-mail, what has NOT been requested by Mr. Tran?
56. What does Mr. Oliver suggest that Mr. Tran do?
Questions 57 - 60:

Reading text 1:

To: All life guards
From: Beachside City Council
Re: Beach rules and competition

The summer season is nearly here, so we would like to remind you about the beach rules. We will put this sign up at every beach. All life guards must keep a copy of the rules in their life-saving kit. Also, we will have a volleyball competition every day this summer. Please do not watch the competition. Keep your eyes on the sea.
Have a great summer!

Reading text 2:

CITY BEACH
Open: May 31st - August 31st
10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

. Special volleyball competition between 2:00 and 5:00
. First prize - $200
. All entrants must be over sixteen years old.
. Each team must have two players.
. Each team must have one male and one female.

BEACH RULES
No animals.
No camping.
No glass bottles.
No cars or motorcycles.
Children under eight years must be with an adult.

57. When is the beach NOT open?
58. Who shouldn't go alone to the beach?
59. Which team would be allowed to play in the competition?
60. Which of the following is NOT true?
Questions 61 - 65:

Reading text 1:

July 16, 20--

Customer Service Office
National Bank of Augusta
1398 State Street
Augusta, MD

Dear Customer Service Office,

I am a new customer at your bank. I opened an account with you last month, and I have recently received my first monthly statement. I find that there is a service charge on three of the checks that I wrote. I understood that this account had free checking, so I was surprised to see this charge. Perhaps it is a mistake. I am enclosing a copy of the statement. Please clarify this matter for me.
Thank you.

Sincerely,

Marvin Gardner.

Reading text 2:

August 3, 20--

Marvin Gardner
145 Merrywood Lane
Augusta, MD

Dear Mr. Gardner,

We recently received your letter asking about charges to your account. While it is true that your account has free checking, some restrictions apply. You may write five checks a month free of charge. After that you must maintain a minimum average balance of $600 in your account in order to continue with free checking. Since your average account balance last month was only $435, you were entitled to only five free checks. A service charge was applied to the checks you wrote beyond that minimum. I hope this explanation is satisfactory to you.

Let me take this opportunity to make sure that you are aware of other services you can get with your account. You can arrange to have your monthly utility bills deducted from your account. You are also eligible to borrow small amounts of money from the bank at a low interest rate. If you are interested in these or an other services, please visit us at the bank, and an officer will be happy to explain all the details to you. Thanks you for being a National Bank of August customer.

Sincerely,

Eloise Lockwood
Customer Service Officer

61. Why did Mr. Gardner write this letter?
62. When did he open an account at the National Bank of Augusta?
63. How many checks did he write last month?
64. The word "restrictions" of the second letter is closest in meaning to
65. The word "deducted" of the second letter is closest in meaning to
Questions 66 - 70:

Reading text 1:

12th Green Technology Conference
Thursday, June 9 | Singapore Convention Hall, Room A
Hosted by the Green Technology Association

Program Outline

12:30 P.M. Registration
1:00 P.M. Welcome address
Speaker: Ellen Matsushita, Chair, Green Technology Association
1:30 P.M. Keynote address
Speaker: Harold Baker, President, Greentrade Technologies
2:00 P.M. Industry outlook
Speaker: Jeremy Porter, Managing Director, Green Research Institute
2:30 P.M. Wind, solar, and biomass power
Speaker: Nathan Chaudry, CEO, Leaftech international
3:00 P.M. Coffee break
3:30 P.M. New applications in green technology
Speaker: Thomas Keng, Chair, Environmental Research Group
4:00 P.M. Panel discussion: Financing green projects
Moderator: Barbara Woodbine, CFO. Global Lending
5:00 P.M. Closing remarks
Speaker: Sylvia Klein, president, European Green Initiative

Reading text 2:

To: Eduardo Ferrer
From: Ellen Matsushita
Date: May 14
Subject: Re: Conference program

There are a few additional changes to make. As it turns out, the president of Greentrade Technologies is unavailable. Instead, we will have Dr. Connor Aromdee from Thailand University. In addition, Ms. Woodbine from Global Lending will be leaving the conference early, so she cannot moderate the panel discussion. She suggested that we invite the minister of the Singapore Economic Development Board to take her place. I have contacted him, and he has accepted the invitation. If there are any other changes to make, I'll let you know in the morning. After that, the program will be finalized.

Thanks!
Ellen

Reading text 3:

Business Bulletin

Singapore, June 11 — The Green Technology Association (GTA) recently held its 12th Green Technology Conference at the Singapore Convention Hall. The heads of several organizations playing a critical role in the development of green technologies around the world were in attendance. According to speaker Jeremy Porter of the Green Research Institute, the outlook for the industry appears stable despite politicians in some nations who are holding back the use of green technologies. GTA chair Ellen Matsushita was equally hopeful, citing insightful comments from the minister of the Singapore Economic Development Board, David Mah. Download a full report on the talks and material presented at the conference by visiting the organization's Web site at www.gta.org.

66. What has NOT been scheduled for the conference?
67. What time did Dr. Aromdee most likely speak?
68. What does the article mention about green technology?
69. In the article, the word "critical" is closest in meaning to
70. What is indicated about David Mah?

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