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PART 6

Questions 1 - 3:

Reading text:

Milford Education to Launch the E-Lator

Milford Education, a leading publisher of foreign language dictionaries and learning materials, _____(1) a free online translation service. The service, known as the E-Lator, can translate text instantly into several different languages. The company spokesperson is promising that the website, www. milfordelator. com, will become available for public use on Monday next week.

Traditionally, such online services have proven unreliable, providing users with awkward translations. However, Milford Education executives are confident that the E-Lator can produce _____(2) translations in almost all circumstances. They firmly believe that the E-Lator site will become an extremely useful source for foreign language learners.

_____(3), the E-Lator will be able to translate short passages to and from English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese. The designers are currently working on adding several other languages to this list, including Russian, Chinese and Korean.

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

Reading text:

New Territory for Aarhus Clothing

The British public is excited about the opening of Aarhus Clothing’s first UK-based store. The Danish company has gained a reputation for achieving consistently high rates of customer _____(1). It quickly became a well-known brand in its home country. _____(2).

Aarhus Clothing launched its first German store two years ago, after which the company quickly moved into Belgium and the Netherlands. With the inauguration of a flagship store on London’s Oxford Street next month, the company hopes to stand out in the _____(3) UK market.

Designer Mads Jensen told reporters, “Our products have been sought after in Europe for many years now because they are simple and _____(4). As they are basic and long-lasting, we expect them to be just as popular in the UK.”

4. (1)
5. (2)
6. (3)
7. (4)
Questions 8 - 10:

Reading text:

From: Andrei Shevkov

To: Book Club

Re: Book reading

Hi, everyone,

I'm writing to let you all know that renowned author Carl Brandon _____(1) a book reading at Halton Bookstore on Friday night.

The reading is supposed to begin at 8 o'clock, and it should last about 30 minutes. Mr. Brandon will entertain the audience with _____(2) from his latest novel, entitled Under the Cover of Darkness. He will also be available after the reading for a brief group discussion.

I think this could be a really interesting event to participate in, and I'm sure we could all learn a lot from it. _____(3), I suggest that we convene on Friday night instead of holding our book club meeting on Wednesday. I hope you are all okay with this proposed change of schedule. If not, please get in touch with me so that we can make alternative arrangements.

Cheers,

Andrei

8. (1)
9. (2)
10. (3)
Questions 11 - 13:

Reading text:

Is there a way to prevent jet lag?

Jet lag is a sleep disturbance. _____(1) common symptoms of jet lag are fatigue and irritability.

One of the most recommended ways of reducing its effects is to adjust to the new time zone of your destination.

Research into the effects of natural light on the body _____(2) that light may help you become used to the area you visit.

So, if you fly east to west, stay outside for several hours in the afternoon on the day you arrive to _____(3) yourself to the sun and get out early the next morning.

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

PART 7

Questions 14 - 15:

Reading text:

For Sale
Used car - Daewoo Nubira (five years old)
New CD player and tires. Color - green
Only $3000
Call Linda at (212)917-7282 between 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

For Sale
Nissan Primera (six years old)
Some damage. Needs new doors.
Color - black and purple
$1500
Call John at (214)873-6582

14. What are these advertisements for?
15. How old is the Nissan?
Questions 16 - 17:

Reading text:

Centennial Electronics Distribution
438 Swinn Avenue
Mount Pleasant, Michigan
Phone: 1.888.566.8431
Fax: 482.566.8437
www.centennial.com

May 3, 2006
Mr. Bryan Redding
CEO
Karnes Electrical Outlets, Inc.
4877 Firefly Circle
Honolulu, Hawaii

Dear Mr. Redding:

I would like to thank you for inviting me to participate in your annual charity ball on July 15. It will be a pleasure and a privilege to attend the event. Karnes has garnered quite a reputation within the industry and the nation for being a charitable organization. We at Centennial, feel that giving back to the community is the key to our success.

If you have no objections, I will be accompanied by Centennial's vice-president of our foundation, Sydney Price. She is responsible for keeping our company involved in a number of service organizations and for creating a support system for our own foundation, which provides electronic equipment to schools with minimal funding around the US. We are both looking forward to meeting you on July 15. Our executive assistant will be contacting you regarding our travel plans and making arrangements with you for a personal meeting regarding our new product lines.

Thank you

Janice Kensington
Vice-president of Marketing

16. What is the main purpose of this letter?
17. Why is Ms. Kensington go to Hawaii?
Questions 18 - 19:

Reading text:

Knitting Class Series: Spring 2008

Instructor: Bobbie Purnell
First Session: February 11, 25, March 3, 10 12-2 PM
Second Session: March 17, 24, April 7, 14 12-2 PM
Room: To be determined

This is a wonderful opportunity for beginners to learn about the art of knitting and for experienced knittes to perfect their skills. Experienced and advanced-level knitters are also welcome.

Fee: $15 for knitting materials. Fee will be waived if you bring your own materials. (cash only)
Capacity: 15 beginner-level students and up to 5 advanced-level students
Register: Please contact Bianca Mona, New Haven Diversity & Community Center at ws_div-comm@knitting.com or stop by 128 Zankel Building.

18. What has NOT been decided yet?
19. What should one do to enroll in the program?
Questions 20 - 23:

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.

20. What type of business does Ms. Hanson most likely work for?
21. At 11:58, what does Ms. Hanson mean when she writes, "on the right track"?
22. What is true about Mr. Rodriguez?
23. What has Ms. Hopkins been asked to do?
Questions 24 - 27:

Reading text:

Andrew Walker [4:45] Revenco is growing faster than we could ever have imagined, and although we receive résumés all the time, the majority of applicants do not seem appropriate for our needs.
Jolene Gibson [4:46] I agree.We need to focus on recruiting talented people who already have experience. We've participated in job fairs in the past, but the problem is that most people at those sorts of events are recent graduates.
Andrew Walker [4:47] To attract potential candidates, we need to get the word out that we're hiring and offer a competitive compensation package. Does anyone have any ideas?
Luke Garnier [4:49] Well, I suppose we could actively browse profiles on employment Web sites and directly contact people who meet all our criteria.
Alice Page [4:50] I like the idea of reaching out to specific candidates who we would want to work for us. There's just one thing. I think corresponding back and forth with each of them could take a lot of time.
Andrew Walker [4:51] What do you propose then?
Alice Page [4:52] We can hold an open house either here at headquarters or at the Pendleton branch and only invite people were interested in hiring. They can get a chance to see our offices, meet the staff, and learn about some of the projects we're working on.
Jolene Gibson [4:54] That sounds like a really good idea. It would help with the screening process, too. Those who respond to our invitation and come will show us that they’re genuinely interested.
Andrew Walker [4:55] I like it, too. Alice and Luke, I'd like you to start making a list of names. We'll work on organizing an open house once that's done.
Alice Page [4:57] Great. I'll get started right away.

24. Why is Mr. Walker asking for ideas?
25. What is NOT mentioned about Revenco?
26. At 4:50, what does Ms. Page mean when she writes, "There's just one thing"?
27. What does Mr. Walker ask Ms. Page to do?
Questions 28 - 31:

Reading text:

Park Board Meeting

All local citizens! You are invited to the City Park Board open meeting!

Come along and find out what is happening in your local park. The City Park Board open meeting is schedule for Wednesday, October 12th at 8 p.m. in conference room B of the public library. Agenda items include the following: funding for new snow blowers, construction of a temporary outdoor ice rink for the winter, and next month's Winterfest Bonfire Ball to raise money for equipment for the children's playground.

Snow blowers will enable us to keep the park open all year round, even in the heaviest snow. With the park open all winter, we have decided to convert the central pond into an ice rink. Local business man Hans Brent has donated $10,000 towards the cost. Winterfest Bonfire Ball tickets will be on sale at the meeting. They always sell out fast, so coming to the meeting will increase your chances of getting a ticket.

It is not necessary to notify us of your attendance in advance. However, if you would like to speak at the meeting, or present a report on behalf of a local organization, please contact Glen Tuber at the city office, on 345-5467, extension 4, before October 5th. All speakers must be given authorization before the meeting, so it is essential that you do contact us in advance.

Every weekday, we receive dozens of phone calls from local citizens who want to know what is happening in the park. Don't be one of those people. Come along to the meeting and find out the truth for yourself.

28. Where will the park board meet?
29. What will NOT be discussed at the meeting?
30. Who should call Glen Tuber?
31. When will the park be closed this winter?
Questions 32 - 35:

Reading text:

First Global Expands Further
December 28

Electronics giant First Global, which makes components for smartphone manufacturers, said in a press release on Tuesday that it expects to start building its 20th overseas production plant soon. The announcement comes at the end of a successful year, with sales in the fourth quarter surpassing those in the third quarter by 15 percent. President and CEO Ms. Genevieve Durand attributes First Global's growth to its efficiency in manufacturing. -[1]-. "We find ways to do more with less," Durand claims, "producing high-quality goods at competitive prices." -[2]-.

Upon completion, the new factory will be situated near Beijing, China. It will be First Global's largest and one of six of its facilities located in the East Asian region. -[3]-. Just as First Global has done before, it is using its own earnings to fund construction rather than taking out additional loans or selling off assets. It is hoped that the new factory will boost productivity by approximately 20 percent. -[4]-. Construction on the plant will begin in spring of next year.

32. Why was the article written?
33. How does First Global plan to finance its newest project?
34. What does the article suggest about First Global?
35. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "This increase in output will help the company keep up with the strong demand for smartphones."
Questions 36 - 38:

Reading text:

To: Troy Miles
From: Gary Tennent
Date: March 2
Subject: To-do list

Hi, Troy.

As you already know, I’m going on a family trip tomorrow and won’t be back until next Monday. —[1]—. I need you to look after the store, and there are some things you need to do while I’m away. —[2]—.

I already ordered 3 days’ worth of products, so all you have to do is receive the deliveries and sign the forms that Mr. Torri, the deliveryman from Freshness First, hands you. Please organize the products on the shelves like you normally do during the day. Don’t forget to throw out the expired products. Before you leave, make sure to turn off all the power except for the coolers. Lock the cash box and the doors. Place the keys inside the mailbox as always. If you have any questions, feel free to call me. —[3]—. Thanks for your hard work. I will double your pay for the time I’m gone. —[4]—.

Gary

36. What type of business does Mr. Tennent most likely own?
37. What is Mr. Miles’s daily job at the store?
38. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? “I will have my phone on me at all times.”
Questions 39 - 42:

Reading text:

Tips for shopping through the mail

Every year, thousands of people successfully order goods from mail order catalogs. However, some more unfortunate individuals find that the goods they ordered look nothing like the pictures, arrive damaged, or don't arrive at all. Here are some tips to help protect yourself when you shop through the mail.

. Before placing your first order, ask around. Have your friends or family used this catalog before? How was their experience? Were they satisfied with the goods and service? Would they use the company again?

. Read all available information, including the return policy. Look for companies that offer a no-questions asked return policy. Check whether you will have to pay postage if you need to return goods.

. Always include shipping costs and sales tax in the final price when comparing costs. In some cases, the shipping costs can really add up. Make sure you know exactly what you are paying for.

. How long will you have to wait for your order. If you need something in a hurry, shopping by mail might not be the best option.

. Keep records of your orders, including the catalog name, address, telephone number, and the date that you placed the order. Of course, you should also keep track of items ordered, operator name, and expected date of delivery.

. If you encounter any problems with a mail-order company, contact a consumer advocacy group. You can easily find telephone numbers for such groups in the telephone directory or on the Internet.

39. What should be included in the final price?
40. What should a buyer keep record of?
41. When could it be a bad idea to buy something through the mail?
42. Who should you contact if you have problems?
Questions 43 - 46:

Reading text:

Amanda Meester 7:37 P.M.
I just bought a ticket to the Rocking Socks concert! Who else is going?

 

Liam Morris 7:41 P.M.
I’ve wanted to go to one of their concerts for such a long time. Their new album is amazing.

 

Pedro Luther 7:42 P.M.
I know, right? I tried to purchase it at several offline stores, but it sold out very quickly.

 

Liam Morris 7:43 P.M.
How much was the ticket?

 

Amanda Meester 7:44 P.M.
I purchased a general admission ticket for $90.

 

Pedro Luther 7:44 P.M.
Wow. I got mine for $120. Which Website did you use?

 

Amanda Meester 7:47 P.M.
I have a membership at Ticket Legend, so I was able to get a discount.

 

Liam Morris 7:48 P.M.
Get out! Normally, concerts at Torzia Hall cost well over $100. Will I be able to get a discount if I sign up for a membership?

 

Amanda Meester 7:48 P.M.
Absolutely. The company also provides additional discounts for first-time users. You should definitely check it out.

 

Pedro Luther 7:50 P.M.
I think I’ll buy all my concert tickets from that Website from now on.

 

Liam Morris 7:53 P.M.
Thanks for the information, Amada!

 

Amanda Meester 7:54 P.M.
No problem. I’ll see you guys at the concert then!

43. Why is Mr. Luther’s ticket more expensive than Ms. Meester’s?
44. What is indicated about Rocking Socks?
45. At 7:48 P.M., what does Mr. Morris mean when he writes, “Get out”?
46. What can be inferred from the online chat discussion?

PART 7

Questions 47 - 51:

Reading text 1:

Valley Arts and Craft Show

Friday, March 15 - Saturday, March 16
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: State Fair Grounds, Miguel Garcia Room
Price: Free

Come see local artists present their latest paintings, drawings, and handicrafts. Many items will be on sale at reasonable prices. You will also have the opportunity to meet the artists and talk about their latest creations.

Featured artist Janela Hampton will also be signing copies of her latest book of drawings and paintings for all interested customers. Ms. Hampton's newest work was inspired by her travels in Central and South America. We are still accepting applications. If you are a local artist who would like to have a display at the show, email valleyarts@happymail.com by March 1st, stating what kind of work you do.

Hope to see you there!

Reading text 2:

To: valleyarts@happymail.com
From: awally@netco.com
Subject: Arts Show
Date: February 28 2006

Hi,

I am a local artist who produces hand-painted clay pottery. I would love to have a stand at the Valley Arts and Crafts Show. I wanted to get a stand last year, but I applied outside the application period. I really hope that I am in time this year. How much is the cost for artists who have a stand? There is no price on the posters, so I was wondering if it was free. I hope so, but even if there is a charge, I still want to display. Please let me know.

Many thanks.
Amanda Wallace

47. What time will the show begin?
48. Who will be signing a new book?
49. Which area influenced Janela Hampton's work?
50. Which of the following does Amanda Wallace probably NOT produce?
51. Why does Amanda Wallace think stands at the show are free?
Questions 52 - 56:

Reading text 1:

TrueBlue Mart Offers Rides to Local Customers

Customers of Kenneth County's most popular big-box store, TrueBlue Mart, will no longer have to worry about how they'll get their shopping done thanks to a new shuttle service. Concerned that a lack of affordable transit services has prevented certain segments of the population from shopping at TrueBlue Mart, store management felt it was appropriate to provide a free shuttle that will make stops at various locations throughout the community. The minibus will leave from Edgewood Avenue Apartments at 8:30 A.M. from Monday to Friday, making four trips a day. On Saturdays, the minibus makes just three trips, leaving from the same location at 10:00 A.M. and skipping over the second stop. The shuttle will not operate on Sundays. Routes and schedules were determined using client feedback and are posted on the store's Web site at www.truebluemart.com.

Reading text 2:

TrueBlue Mart

Home | Announcements | Locations | Customer Service

Welcome account holder 01983445, Emilia Harper, to TrueBlue Mart's Online Customer Service Counter. Your opinions are valuable to us. Please select a tab to leave a comment.

In-Store Experience Online Experience Shuttle Bus Experience

Thank you for starting the shuttle service program. I am able to run my errands more often now. However, I was wondering if you'd consider sticking to the same pickup locations daily. I live at the Helmhurst Retirement Community, which is close to the second stop, Glengarry University. On weekends, however, I'm forced to walk a little further to the third one. The walk is fine for me, but there are several other residents at Helmhurst who find it difficult because of mobility issues. At other times, the weather presents a hindrance.
I would also suggest that the minibus run more frequently than every two hours. Generally, I don't need more than two hours to perform my errands, so I often find myself sitting around waiting for the bus. If you take into account the travel time, that is nearly three hours out of a person's day just to shop at one store.

Reading text 3:

The True Blue Mart shuttle stops at these designated locations.

52. Why did TrueBlue Mart representatives start providing a shuttle?
53. What is indicated about the store's new service?
54. Which stop does Ms. Harper use on the weekends?
55. What is NOT indicated about Ms. Harper?
56. On the Web page, the word "presents" is closest in meaning to
Questions 57 - 60:

Reading text 1:

Dear Mrs. Smith,

To thank you for being one of our regular customers, I am pleased to let you know about a great new offer. We are having our end of summer sale. You can find great savings on our catalog prices for T-shirts. We have cut the prices for men's, women's, AND children's T-shirts. Your whole family can dress well and look good, but you don't have to spend a lot of money.

Please take a look at the attached catalog.

Regards,

Home and All Ltd.

Reading text 2:

Men's T-shirt

• 100% cotton

• Colors - white, green, blue

• Sizes - small, medium, large, X-large

....................................................Price - $9.95

• Buy 2, get one free

 

Women's T-shirt

• 100% cotton

• Colors - white, red, yellow, blue

• Sizes - small, medium, large

.....................................................Price - $8.95

• Buy 1, get a free pair of socks

 

Children's T-shirt

• 100% cotton

• Colors - red, yellow, blue

• Sizes - small, medium, large

.....................................................Price - $6.95

57. In which colors are men's T-shirts available?
58. How many men's T-shirts can you get for $40?
59. Mr. Smith, Mrs. Smith, and their son all want to buy T-shirts of the same color. What color can they get?
60. Why did Home and All send Mrs. Smith a catalog?
Questions 61 - 65:

Reading text 1:

3-D Printer Workshops
Warner City Library, Lafayette branch
September 27
Workshop 1: 1:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Workshop 2: 4:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.

Many businesses use 3-D printers to create small customized products to sell on the Internet. 3-D printing also has applications for dentistry, automotive design, architecture, and more. Imagine what you could do! The Warner City Library is now offering you the chance to learn about this amazing technology!

Our $30 workshop includes:
A free demonstration of the 3-D printers
A short video on innovations in 3-D technology
● A group discussion on the potential applications and uses of 3-D printing technology led by Warner City Library director Ryan Jefferson
Hands-on practice, guided by our technical expert
Each participant will get to choose among five keychain designs to print and take home.

Due to space restrictions, each workshop will be limited to 12 people. To register, visit the library's front desk or go to www.warnerlibrary.com/3-DPrinter. For inquiries, call Sarah Andrews at 555-9796 or e-mail s.andrews@warnerlibrary.com.

Reading text 2:

To: Sarah Andrews
From: Sam Jackson
Date: September 5
Subject: 3-D Printer Workshops

Dear Ms. Andrews,

I am the president of the Warner Art Community and a sculptor by profession. I recently read your flyer about the 3-D printer workshops. Our group is interested in taking advantage of this opportunity. However, we'd like the focus to be on art rather than general 3-D printing. So, we hope that we can develop a custom workshop.

Our members have some specific interests surrounding how we can use 3-D printing in art. We would like to follow the curriculum you offer but would prefer to discuss more specific applications for our work on our own. I can lead those discussions. We may also want to explore making items of our own design in addition to the items you offer. Could we meet to discuss this further? Naturally, our group will pay any additional fees.

Please let me know when you might be available.

Sincerely,
Sam Jackson

Reading text 3:

Warner City Library
NOVEMBER SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Date/Time Event Event type Location
11/03
3 to 5 P.M.
Creative Writing Workshop Free with registration Warner City Library, Main Library
11/09
1 to 3 P.M.
Understanding Contemporary Literature $10 registration Warner City Library, Main Library
11/16
2 to 6 P.M.
3-D Printing in Art By invitation only Warner City Library, Lafayette branch
11/23
3 to 5 P.M.
Book launch: A Lasting Legacy, by Meredith Brownsville Free Warner City Library, Concord Street branch

For inquiries about any of the listed events or directions to specific locations of the library, please call 555-9796, or e-mail info@warnerlibrary.com.

61. What is the flyer mainly about?
62. In the e-mail, the word "surrounding" is closest in meaning to
63. Which activity does Mr. Jackson NOT request for his group?
64. What is indicated about the Warner City Library on the schedule?
65. What is suggested about the event on November 16?
Questions 66 - 70:

Reading text 1:

To: Meghan Michaels(dataanalyst@datawar.com)
From: Patty Gore(director@dataware.com)
Subject: Salary Inquiry

I received your e-mail about your request for an increase in your salary, which you submitted to the Human Resources Department on February 22. We certainly appreciate the demands that this position places on you, and understand that other companies pay more for the same amount of work.

As you know, however, Dataware is a small domestic company that just began operating in New York a year ago. Therefore, we do not have a large enough budget to comply with your request. As we discussed in our initial interview, there is a possibility that you will receive a promotion and a ten percent salary increase at the end of this year. Unfortunately, we can not offer you anything at this point. In fact, I was quite surprised that you were requesting a salary increase less than two months after the date you signed the contract.

I understand that you are currently looking for other work. If you do not find this response acceptable, then I regretfully accept your resignation.

Sincerely,
Patty Gore

Reading text 2:

Data Processors
67 Fleet Street
London SW19AB

March 17, 2007

Dear Mr. Humphrey,

I am writing to confirm my acceptance of your employment offer of March 15 and to inform you how excited I am to be joining Data Processors in London. Software engineering is exactly what I went to school for and I feel confident that I will make a significant contribution to the corporation. I am thankful for the opportunity you have given me.

As we talked about on the phone, I will report to work at 9:00 a.m. on March 22 and will have completed the medical examination and drug testing by the start date. Also, I will complete all the employment and insurance forms for the new employee orientation on March 24.

I look forward to meeting everyone and am grateful for your generous offer.

Sincerely,

Meghan Michaels

66. What did Ms. Michaels present to the Human Resources Department?
67. What can be known from Patty Gore's letter?
68. Why did Meghan Michaels write the letter to Mr. Humphrey?
69. What will happen at Data Processors on March 24?
70. Which of the following does the new position require of Ms. Michaels?

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