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Questions 1 - 3:

Reading text:

To all union members:

Your union has been working for you. You may _____(1) aware that we have been negotiating with management for improvements in the benefits package.

Yesterday an agreement was reached on the following points:

1/ All employees of the company will be _____(2) for an increase in wages every six months, following a performance review.

Reasons for refusal to give a raise must be carefully documented according to union guidelines.

2/ Employees _____(3) at one and a half times their usual hourly wages for overtime hours.

Any time worked beyond 40 hours a week counts as overtime.

3/ Part-time employees can now receive full health benefits. It is each employee's responsibility to complete and submit the application forms. Part-time employees are also guaranteed five days of paid vacation per year. These two benefits apply to employees who work a minimum of 20 hours per week on a permanent basis.

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

Reading text:

From: Josh Gronkowski
Subject: Product review

When I purchased the AirNet Laptop X420, I was _____(1) that it might be too small to have the processing speed and power of other laptops. However, I was surprised to find that it _____(2) my old brand name laptop in every way! This magnificent product is incredibly small and light. That is extremely convenient because I need to bring it to work with me every day. Another convenient aspect is the AirNet memory storage. I can upload everything automatically to my AirNet cloud account every few minutes. _____(3). The other thing I really like about this product is the ultra-high resolution touch screen. _____(4), I am highly impressed and completely satisfied with this product.


Josh Gronkowski, Architect

4. (1)
5. (2)
6. (3)
7. (4)
Questions 8 - 11:

Reading text:

Discover great deals at Dan’s Hardware Store!

In order to thank our loyal customers for giving us years of business, Dan’s Hardware Store is inviting everyone to attend its yearly inventory clearance sale. From September 1 to 15, all merchandise will be _____(1). Take advantage of reduced prices of up to 80 percent off on everything from gardening supplies to outdoor equipment. _____(2).

In addition, customers who buy $500 or more worth of merchandise will _____(3) to receive a $50 coupon, redeemable until December 31. A limit of one coupon _____(4) transaction applies. For further information on the sale and directions to the store nearest you, visit our Web site at

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

Reading text:

New Pediatrics Unit for Glass Bay Hospital

The Bay Area regional Health Board announced yesterday that the state government has _____(1) the plan to build a new pediatrics unit at Glass Bay Hospital. The unit, which is budgeted at over $5 million, will be able to accommodate over 120 patients, making it one of the largest publicly-owned pediatrics wards on the west coast. Construction work will begin on the unit in July, and it is expected to be completed by January next year.

The development is good news for residents in the Glass Bay region. At _____(2), locals have to travel to the major hospitals in San Francisco to seek specialist care for their children. Now they will have their own pediatrics ward with state-of-the-art facilities and technology.

The Director of Glass Bay Hospital, Michael Steer, was delighted with the decision to go ahead _____(3) the construction of the unit: "We're developing a truly world-class facility here for the people of Glass Bay."

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


Questions 15 - 16:

Reading text:

For a limited time only!
Take a friend or family to Kensington Resort FREE OF CHARGE

Ticket purchasers of a trip to Kensington Resort are eligible to be accompanied by one person for free. The ticket purchaser must be over 21 and is required to pay in full at the time of purchase. Come out and enjoy the beautiful summer breeze at this fabulous resort.

This specially designed event also includes a luxurious lunch buffet at the Sunlife Restaurant, which is located on the first floor of the Kensington Resort Suites. As this special offer is valid only until the end of August 2007, purchasing your tickets early is encouraged. Excursions on Saturdays and Sundays are not offered, and the offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

15. What is being advertised?
16. According to the advertisement, what is true about the advertised product?
Questions 17 - 18:

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.

17. What is suggested about Market Street?
18. At 1:51 P.M., what does Ms. Meadows mean when she writes, "It should be sitting on my desk"?
Questions 19 - 22:

Reading text:

Dalton, Fitch, and Cope Attorneys
143 W. 23rd St., Unit 130B, Chalmers Building, 13th floor, New York, NY
August 27th

Reginald Mercer, Attorney at Law
19 Market Close,
Newport, MD55055

Dear Mr. Mercer:
This confirms that we have received your August 18th letter and the draft of the distribution contract you enclosed. I have read the draft thoroughly and discussed it with my client, Mr. Fukazawa. The following initial points will need to be resolved before we can move ahead with negotiating the finer points of the contract:
. Term. The term would need to be at least ten years before my client could seriously consider entering into the contract.
. Unit Price. The unit price would need to be at least $140.50 before my client could consider the contract financially feasible.
. Controlling Law. My client does business only in the State of New York and does not desire to engage a lawyer in Maine, so the contract will need to provide that New York law controls.
. Publicity. My client requests that the last sentence of paragraph 3 on page 2 of the contract be changed to read as follows: "Publicity given to the program or services provided herein, including, but not limited to, notices, information, pamphlets, press releases, research, reports, signs, and similar public notices prepared by or for the Licensor, shall identify the Agency as the sponsoring agency and wil not be released without prior written approval from the Agency."
Please discuss these points with your client at your earliest convenience and let me know if your client is willing to pursue negotiation of a contract along these lines.

Yours truly,
Adrian Cope,

cc: T.Fukazawa

19. Who sent this e-mail?
20. What did Mr. Mercer previously send to the writer of this letter?
21. What is NOT mentioned as a proposed change to the contract?
22. What is the recipient asked to do?
Questions 23 - 25:

Reading text:

Limited Car Manufacturing Company
1 Highway Circle
Harristown, Indiana

To: Stephen Jenson, Comfort Ride Seating Company

Dear Mr. Jenson:

It has come to our attention that your production of car seats for our latest car has decreased. As we previously discussed in our agreement, your company needs to produce 1,000 seats per month in order for us to stay on schedule. Eric White, the production director, was also informed of this demand.

Currently, only 800 seats per month are being manufactured. This decrease in production is causing some serious problems for our company. We must talk about this issue immediately. If your company cannot meet the production quantity specified, we will be forced to look for another company. Please contact us as soon as possible.

Janet Henderson
Production Manager

23. Which of the following best describes the nature of this letter?
24. Who wrote this letter?
25. By how much has the production been reduced?
Questions 26 - 28:

Reading text:

To: Robert Crowley (
From: Kimberley Phillips (
Subject: Recommendation
Date: October 16

Hi Robert,

It was terrific seeing you at the tourism conference in Miami last week. I'm sure you'll agree the event was hectic but very productive and enlightening. -[1]-. Best of all, I came away with several new contacts who can help me promote my establishment, Oleandar Hotel. -[2]-.

Anyway, I recall you mentioning that you were looking for an events manager for the new resort opening in Orlando. -[3]-. The marketing manager currently working for me here in New Orleans will be relocating to Orlando next summer, and she will be searching for employment.

Her name is Anna Harwood, and I have known her for six years. Currently, she oversees a staff of about 30 employees and presides over most client meetings for her department. -[4]-. She has been fantastic to work with here at the Oleandar, so I can guarantee you wouldn't be disappointed.

If you are interested and the job is still available, I can give Anna your e-mail address so that she can send you her résumé and possibly arrange a phone interview.

Take care!

Kimberley Phillips

26. What did Ms. Phillips do last week?
27. What is indicated about Ms. Harwood?
28. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "I believe, the role you’re offering also requires staff supervision and client communication."
Questions 29 - 32:

Reading text:

Greg Fournier 9:11 A.M. Welcome to RMP Financial Trust's live chat service. How can I help you?
Vivianne Gonyer 9:12 A.M. I was wondering whether an account I have with your bank still works. I stopped using it when I moved overseas, but I was hoping to revive it when I return home permanently in a few weeks.
Greg Fournier 9:12 A.M. May I have the number on your ATM card?
Vivianne Gonyer 9:13 A.M. That's the problem. I didn't keep my ATM card because I didn't think I'd need it.
Greg Fournier 9:14 A.M. I see. For security reasons, I need to match your name with an ATM card number.
Vivianne Gonyer 9:14 A.M. I thought that might be the case. Could you tell me what your policy is regarding inactive accounts?
Greg Fournier 9:15 A.M. What kind of account did you have?
Vivianne Gonyer 9:16 A.M. It was a checking account, and the last time I used it must have been over two years ago.
Greg Fournier 9:17 A.M. Oh, in that case, it's probably expired. Checking accounts are closed if they have not been used for more than two years.
Vivianne Gonyer 9:17 A.M. OK. Can you tell me what my options are at this point?
Greg Fournier 9:18 A.M. Well, you could open a new account, one that doesn't expire for five years. Or you could open another checking account. Whichever you prefer.
Vivianne Gonyer 9:20 A.M. I would prefer the latter. Can I do that online? Or should I call someone from my branch and have them open one for me over the phone?
Greg Fournier 9:20 A.M. I'm sorry, but they will need to verify your identity, and you have to be there for that.
Vivianne Gonyer 9:20 A.M. OK, then. Thanks for your help.

29. At 9:13 A.M., what does Ms. Gonyer mean when she writes, "That's the problem"?
30. What is suggested about Ms. Gonyer?
31. What does Ms. Gonyer want to do?
32. According to Mr. Fournier, what must Ms. Gonyer do to open a new account?
Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

Lester Beebe Hits Stage in South Bend
By Adam Brown

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

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

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

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

Reading text:

Washington, D.C.

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

37. According to the article, what are blood pressure tests necessary for?
38. According to the article, what should people affected by this experience do?
Questions 39 - 42:

Reading text:

There May be Hope for Small Regional Retailers After All!
By Doris Bentley

In the highly competitive world of retail sales, it's difficult for inexperienced entrepreneurs to turn a profit when the cost of renting a store or shop is so high. But regional retailers don't need to look any further now than the Bradford Retail Cooperative building, opening on March 1. -[1]-.

The cooperative is located in the building formerly occupied by the Mega-B-Mart superstore on the outskirts of Bradford City. In partnership with the city government, Phoenix-Star Properties has updated the structure and renovated it to house 160 small retail booths. Director of Phoenix-Star, Brenda Nixon, said, "the old structure was an eyesore ever since the store it once held went bankrupt. -[2]-. Through a very small investment, we have been able to revitalize the building into a location that is not only useful to the community but will help improve local economic conditions as well."

Phoenix-Star Properties provided half the funds for the structural changes, and the rest came from the city development budget, which is funded by local taxes. -[3]-. "We are really excited about the opening! And given Phoenix-Star's incredible success doing similar projects with other abandoned buildings in locations across the country, I am sure we will experience the same popularity here," said city government spokesperson, Beatrice Guzman.

The retail units will be available for rent to artisans, craftsmen, and private businesses owners from the region. With rental rates starting at as low as $500 per month, Phoenix-Star has confirmed that 90 percent of the spaces have already been filled. It seems clear that the Bradford Retail Cooperative building is already popular with local entrepreneurs. -[4]-.

39. What is the topic of the article?
40. What is indicated about Phoenix-Star Properties?
41. What is NOT true about the Bradford Retail Cooperative building?
42. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "However, it still remains to be seen whether local shoppers will like the place as much."
Questions 43 - 46:

Reading text:

Julianna Lopez 10:22 A.M. So, it's confirmed. We're presenting a marketing proposal to AEK on July 18 at their headquarters.
John Brenner 10:24 A.M. I heard! How exciting. I went through the company profile in the brochure you gave us. They could be our biggest client to date.
Julianna Lopez 10:25 A.M. Yes. They have 6,000 employees and manufacturing plants in Thailand, Turkey, and Mexico. They also have suppliers in China, Germany, and Korea and generated over $2 billion in sales last year.
Yvonne Bailey 10:25 A.M. I can get to work on the marketing analysis for the presentation. I'd like to use the statistics in the brochure we were given. Do you think they're reliable?
Julianna Lopez 10:26 A.M. That would be fine, Yvonne. I think the figures are accurate. John and Eric, I'd like you to prepare the slideshow and handouts. Start immediately if you can.
John Brenner 10:27 A.M. Got it. It shouldn’t take more than two days to finish.
Eric Zalewski 10:32 A.M. Consider it done, Julianna. Are we going to run through the presentation before the appointment?
Julianna Lopez 10:34 A.M. Let's do a practice session on July 15. During the presentation, I'll give the main talk, and then you three can explain your roles briefly. After that, all four of us can answer any technical or financial questions they might have. Does that sound reasonable?
Yvonne Bailey 10:34 A.M. I think that works for all of us.

43. What is true about AEK?
44. What will Ms. Bailey use for her analysis?
45. At 10:27 A.M., what does Mr. Brenner mean when he writes, "Got it"?
46. What will Mr. Zalewski probably do on July 18?


Questions 47 - 50:

Reading text 1:

Asia Pacific Weather: Five-Day Forecast January 7th-11th

Beijing -4ºC, cloudy, with some snow
Tokyo 0ºC, sunny, with some clouds in the evening
Hong Kong 14ºC, cloudy, with sunshine in the morning
Seoul 3ºC, sunny, some light rain in the afternoon
Singapore 27ºC, windy and rainy, with some lightning
Jakarta 26ºC, heavy rain, some lightning at night
Sydney 19ºC, windy and cloudy all day

Reading text 2:

To: Alice Souza
Subject: Forecast
Date: January 7th

Dear Ms. Souza,

Here is the weather forecast that you asked for. Your trip starts in Beijing. It will be very cold there, so bring lots of warm clothes. On January 10th, you will go to Singapore. It will be hot, so you need light clothes. I think you should also pack an umbrella.
Have a good trip, and don't hesitate to call me if you have any questions.


47. Which city has the highest temperature?
48. Which city has the lowest temperature?
49. Which city will have the most rain?
50. Why did Alice Souza want to know the weather forecast?
Questions 51 - 55:

Reading text 1:

Rochester Times
Keeping up with the times

ROCHESTER—Train and subway stations across the state now offer passengers comfortable waiting areas, spacious platforms, and better safety features. Sadly, Rochester Central Station is lagging behind. This current situation, however, is expected to come to an end soon. The city government has been negotiating with financiers and the federal government to procure funding for renovating and enlarging the Rochester railway facility, which was built back in the early 1950s. Local government officials hope that there will be sufficient funds to proceed with much-needed updates and expansions within a few weeks. Should financing be secured, starting on February l, the city plans to request proposals from contractors with ideas for making Rochester Central Station a transport facility that residents can be proud of. Plans call for the inclusion of additional retail and dining facilities, enlarged waiting areas, two new platforms, and an upgraded ticketing counter and an automated payment system. Officials are positive that financing will be found and that Rochester will have a fully upgraded station by the end of next year.

Reading text 2:

From: Selena Gambrell
To: James Vaughan
Subject: Subway station upgrade project
Date: February 5

Dear Mr. Vaughan,

Thank you for your interest in bidding for the Rochester Central Station upgrade project. The mayor's office has prepared some information on this bid opportunity. It may be downloaded from Aside from a bid, we will need a filled-out application form, a feasibility study, and a detailed proposal that includes a timetable and a budget estimate. All bids should be sealed in an envelope and brought to City Hall in person along with everything else. We are now in the stage of officially accepting bids, and the deadline for application is March 1. Thank you, and please don't hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any questions.


Selena Gambrel

Reading text 3:

The City of Rochester Bid Submission Application Form 78-C
Bid Opportunity No. 1005-2001

1. Project: Rochester Central Station Improvements
2. Bidding Firm's Mailing Address: 3050 Whitney Road, Rochester, New York 14025
Business Name of Bidder: Pettus-Pagano Firm
E-mail address of Bidder:
Office Phone Number: (715) 298-5555
3. The bidder offers to perform the work in accordance with the contract for an agreed-upon bid price in US dollars.
4. The bidder will commence work without delay upon written approval of the proposal.
5. Additional comments: Included here, besides the attachments requested, is a brochure detailing our company's history and contractual accomplishments.
6. Signature of the Bidder:

James Vaughan February 28 Signature Date

51. What is the article mainly about?
52. What is implied about the Rochester Central Station Project?
53. What is NOT a requirement mentioned for submitting a bid?
54. What is suggested about Mr. Vaughan?
55. What is indicated about Pettus-Pagano?
Questions 56 - 60:

Reading text 1:


To: All staff
From: Tom Williams, Director
Date: August 10
Subject: New staff

As most of you are aware, Techno Tel officially bought out Regent Mobile on August 1. This is to let you know that, because of this, five staff members from Regent Mobile will be joining our offices in about a week. Three of them will be working for research and development, and the other two will be in marketing. They will start work on Monday, August 16, and will begin their training that day after fulfilling some administrative requirements. I hope that everyone will provide them with a warm welcome and answer any questions they may have so that they can adjust to their new work environment quickly.

Thank you.

Reading text 2:

From: Neil Adams
To: Maude Garcia
Date: August 11
Subject: Supplies for new hires

Hi Maude,

You may have received a memo from Tom Williams in administration on August 10. In preparation for the upcoming changes, my staff and I have cubicles set up in my department that include desks, chairs, and dividers. But we are still missing a few items and I'm wondering if the purchasing department can get our regular supplier to deliver them. I want to make sure the new staff have everything they need to start working. We need to order three of each of the following: filing cabinet, personal computer, and desktop bookcase. They will also require some basic office supplies. Please let Office Interiors and Supplies know that this is a rush order. It should be delivered by August 13. The recruits start their training next week and we will need enough time to set everything up before August 16. Thanks, and sorry for the short notice.


Reading text 3:

Office Interiors and Supplies
800 Garnet Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Tel: 555-2001

Home | Products | Your Shopping Cart | Customer Service

Your Shopping Cart


Proceed to checkout

Contact Us

Account holder: Techno Tel, Inc.
ORDER#: 914579 8/12 10:45 A.M.
Product Code Description Qty Price
OF00928 Steel filing cabinet, gray 3 $509.97
OS00283 Ballpoint pens, black and red 6 $6.60
OF00283 Personal computers (CPU, monitor, keyboard, mouse and peripherals) 3 $1,648.50
OS1927 Notebooks 3 $15.90
OS1326 Desktop bookcase 3 $21.90
Subtotal $2,202.87
Tax $220.29
TOTAL $2,432.16
Refund and cancellation varies by item. Click on "Products" to learn more.
*For purchases of $3000 or more, shipping is free-of-charge.
**Delivery will be made after three days' time.

56. Why have Mr. Adams and his staff been making changes to the office?
57. What does Mr. Adams mention in the e-mail?
58. In what department does Mr. Adams most likely work?
59. What is inferred in the online form?
60. What is implied about Office Interiors and Supplies?
Questions 61 - 65:

Reading text 1:

To: Edmont Apartments (
From: Jean Chase (
Date: April 26, 2007
Re: Apartment Rent

To Edmont Apartments,

I will be relocating to the Edmont area in Canada in July, and am now looking for a studio or one-bed-room apartment. I will be working at Sun Engineering in the Edmont downtown area and wish to get an apartment nearby. As I will not have a car and will rely on public transportation, I am interested in what is available in the vicinity. Could you please reply to me with appropriate information?

I am planning a visit to Edmont in May and would like to schedule an appointment for viewing some places. Please send me the relevant information via e-mail or fax at 208-447-3056.



Reading text 2:

Edmont Apartments enables landlords to improve the exposure of their vacant Edmont apartments, villas, condominiums, and houses for rent. Information on apartments and homes for rent in Edmont is uploaded with comprehensive details of Edmont rental properties as well as its neighboring areas.

Alberta Villas
Studios, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom suites available immediately. Rents start at $550 in a great central location from where you can walk to Great Miles. Direct bus services to the University of Alberta. Close to shopping and restaurants.

Glenwood Court
Recently renovated studio. Perfect for those who need to stay close to Edmont's downtown area. Looking for a nice home on a budget? Then, this is for you! Rent is $650 a month.

Grand Washington
Sparkling clean two-bedroom condominium. Close to bus stops! Near all amenities! Lovely Washington Square location! Professionally Managed! Pet friendly. Heat and water included.
A perfect place for a starting family! Prices start at $1,200 a month.

Parkview Lofts
2nd floor 1-bedroom apartment with 1 bathroom. Coin-operated washers and dryers in the basement. Newly installed fridge and stove. Parking available for an extra charge. Rents start at $800.

Central Peak
Roomy 1-bedroom rent $750- $775. Surveillance cameras, brand-new elevator, and laundry facilities on each floor... 1 Block from Great Miles.

To learn more about how to post your Edmont rental, please visit our website at, call us at 337-309-4422, or fax your questions to 337-309-4423.

61. What is Ms. Chase most concerned about?
62. Why is Ms. Chase moving?
63. What housing complex will Ms. Chase most likely be interested in?
64. What is NOT implied about the housing at Grand Washington?
65. What is not mentioned as a method of contacting Edmont Apartments?
Questions 66 - 70:

Reading text 1:

Aurora's First Job Fair

By Taylor Bridges

The Aurora Chamber of Commerce will conduct the first Aurora Job Fair on March 29, from 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. at the Aurora City Arena. Coordinator Alex McDade explained that the fair was organized in response to calls from Mayor Owen Brownstein, who has asked the business community to help the city address issues with unemployment. Fifty companies are expected to participate.

Employers wishing to secure a regular-sized table at the event will be charged $150, while double-sized tables cost $250. However, those who register before February 28 may reserve a regular table for just $130. For registration, contact Liz Perry at Job seekers do not need to register in advance and will be admitted for free.

Reading text 2:

To: Liz Perry
From: Kenneth Collins
Date: January 29
Subject: Aurora Job Fair

Dear Ms. Perry,

I read an article about the upcoming job fair, and my company, Star Mortgage, would like to be involved. We work closely with another company, Bingham Title, which is also interested in participating. We are actually subsidiaries of the company Moore Investments. Is it possible for us to have booths located next to each other? This would allow us to coordinate closely during the event.

If this is acceptable, I will go ahead and register, pay for our table, and notify my colleague at Bingham Title to do the same. Thank you for your consideration.


Kenneth Collins

Reading text 3:

FIRST AURORA JOB FAIR: Corporate Participant Confirmation Form

Thank you for registering, and we hope you find the fair beneficial. This form serves as confirmation of your registration, so please bring it to the venue.

Company: Bingham Title Representative(s): Cora Jacobs
Phone: 555-4033 E-mail:
Total number of passes needed: Three Table(s): One / Regular
Payment Method: Cash ○ Credit Card ●
Check ○ Bank Transfer ○

Your table number is C-14, located near the venue's main entrance. Set-up will be permitted beginning at 6 A.M. on the day of the event.

Cora Jacobs February 16 Please sign your name here Date

66. What is true about the Aurora Job Fair?
67. Why did Mr. Collins write the e-mail?
68. What is mentioned about Bingham Title?
69. What is suggested about Mr. Collins?
70. What is indicated about Ms. Jacobs?

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