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PART 1

1.
     (A) The woman is reading a book.
     (B) The woman is walking a dog.
     (C) The woman is putting on a hat.
     (D) The woman is wearing glasses.

2.
     (A) She is holding an arm of a doll.
     (B) She is watching a puppet show.
     (C) She is strolling on the street.
     (D) She is dressing a teddy bear.

3.
     (A) They are leaning against the wall.
     (B) They are walking side by side.
     (C) A woman is holding a bottle.
     (D) A woman is talking on the phone.

4.
     (A) He is wiping an instrument.
     (B) He is making a speech outdoors.
     (C) He is performing indoors.
     (D) He is playing a musical instrument.

5.
     (A) They are staring at the clock.
     (B) They are sitting on a bench.
     (C) They are facing each other.
     (D) They are trying to reach the wall.

6.
     (A) The wooden door is being painted.
     (B) Pottery is on display.
     (C) The clerk is wrapping a teapot.
     (D) There is a long line in front of the store.



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7.
      (A) She is taking off sunglasses.
      (B) She is wearing gloves.
      (C) She is opening a backpack.
      (D) She is working in the office.

8.
      (A) People are in long-sleeved tops.
      (B) The trees have many leaves.
      (C) The dogs are chasing a rabbit.
      (D) People are standing in the forest.

9.
      (A) Some animals are being fed by a zookeeper.
      (B) A man is looking at the animals.
      (C) Some elephants are sleeping under the tree.
      (D) Plants are sculptured into animal shapes.

10.
      (A) The man is empting a bottle.
      (B) The man is waving his hand.
      (C) The man is wearing a baseball cap.
      (D) The man is making a call.




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PART 2

11. When is the board meeting scheduled for?
    (A) To replace the director.
    (B) At the Chicago branch office.
    (C) On February 27th.

12. Who was that on the phone?
    (A) That was excellent.
    (B) The manager called about the workshop.
    (C) I don’t like to talk on the phone.

13. Do I have to change my pin number?
    (A) No, I don’t have her phone number.
    (B) It’s not necessary.
    (C) Okay, I will check the exchange rate.

14. Would you like to help me move the new furniture?
    (A) Thanks, but I don’t need any help.
    (B) Yes, I moved to a new office.
    (C) Sorry, I will be taking off soon.

15. Do you want a table in the corner or by the window?
    (A) For three, please.
    (B) Let’s sit around the table.
    (C) Either would be fine.

16. Why did the location of your office change?
    (A) The rent was too steep at our last place.
    (B) Yes, I have enough office supplies.
    (C) He can’t locate it.

17. Where can I send this package by express mail?
    (A) I already unpacked my bag.
    (B) It takes about two days by express mail.
    (C) At the Business Center during event hours.




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18. What’s wrong with the copier?
     (A) It is out of ink.
     (B) This string is long enough.
     (C) We should print this.

19. Mr. Park is in charge of organizing training sessions, isn’t he?
    (A) No, I am taking care of it now.
    (B) Yes, he already got trained.
    (C) I am afraid I can’t make it to the session.

20. Didn’t you work overtime yesterday?
    (A) He walked me home.
    (B) No, I left at 5 P.M.
    (C) Yes, I came in early.

21. How many clients have you visited so far?
    (A) For about 5 hours.
    (B) Between 8 and 10.
    (C) I’ve been there three times.

22. I understand Mrs. Johnson is on a special diet.
    (A) No, I don’t get it.
    (B) Yes, I heard she is diabetic.
    (C) I know she’s very special.

23. When can you finish revising this proposal?
    (A) I proposed a new business plan to them.
    (B) This afternoon at the earliest.
    (C) On behalf of my boss.

24. Can you pick up our buyer at the airport this afternoon?
    (A) Sure, what time?
    (B) Sorry, I don’t have time tomorrow.
    (C) My plane will depart at three o’clock.

25. Is there a parking lot behind the conference center?
    (A) Yes, but it’s already full.
    (B) I live on Park Avenue.
    (C) No, move it to your right.


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26. Don’t you think the library should be kept open on holidays?
    (A) Don’t they keep it in the drawer?
    (B) Why don’t you make a request?
    (C) I think they weren’t.

27. This is your first company party, isn’t it?
    (A) No, this is my second job.
    (B) Yes, you can put it right here.
    (C) No, I went to the one last year, too.

28. Where did you say I could find instant noodles?
    (A) They found out about it.
    (B) In aisle two.
    (C) Let’s cook them now.

29. Do you want to photocopy it or would you rather scan it?
    (A) I’d be very grateful for that.
    (B) I didn’t notice that, either.
    (C) It doesn’t matter to me.

30. I think we should’ve received the parcel by now.
    (A) You can take it if you want.
    (B) No, on the receipt.
    (C) Let’s check the tracking number.

31. Which form should I use to make withdrawals from my bank account?
    (A) Please, fill up the tank.
    (B) The pink one on the counter.
    (C) You can withdraw your offer if you want.

32. How are you getting to the conference?
    (A) My friend is giving me a ride.
    (B) We will arrive in two hours.
    (C) I am visiting my parents in Chicago.

33. Aren’t you going to present the new findings at the meeting?
    (A) I wasn’t planning to.
    (B) Yes, I found it somewhere else.


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    (C) I will open the present later.

34. Why did so many clients put off their appointments?
    (A) Probably because of the bad weather.
    (B) A little later than expected.
    (C) Sometime next week.

35. Do you know where Dr. Brown’s workshop is being held?
    (A) His workshop is about job interviews.
    (B) No, I’ve never met Dr. Brown before.
    (C) You can check the program pamphlet.

36. Can I have the prize delivered to my home, or should I go to the store to get it?
    (A) I’m not sure about the price.
    (B) It’s already been sent to your address.
    (C) Yes, you can deliver it tomorrow.

37. Let’s buy our tickets now in case the concert’s sold out.
    (A) I had so much fun.
    (B) That’s probably a good idea.
    (C) Yes, everything is on sale.

38. The post office closes early today, doesn’t it?
    (A) No, I brought this package yesterday.
    (B) I was running late this morning.
    (C) Yes, that’s what the notice said.

39. Who made the decision to postpone the meeting?
    (A) No, the president didn’t come to the meeting.
    (B) I think Ms. Bonds did.
    (C) Let’s put it off until next week.

40. Can you tell me where the Purchasing Department is?
    (A) They are not buying anything.
    (B) Yes, I work in the Human Resources Department.
    (C) You can find it around the next corner.




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Questions 41-43 refer to the following conversation.

W: Reception. How can I help you?
M: This is Andrew Valencia from room 201. I ordered a salmon salad from your
   restaurant and would like to return the dish. The salmon seems not fresh. It smells
   weird.
W: Oh, I’ m very sorry. Let me call them right away and ask them to bring you a
   replacement soon.
M: Actually, I don’t want to try the same dish again. Can you give me a few minutes to
   have a look at the menu?

41. Where does the conversation take place?
    (A) In a restaurant
    (B) In a hotel
    (C) In a grocery store
    (D) At a café

42. Why is the man complaining?
    (A) The food is not good.
    (B) He did not get a receipt.
    (C) He was served the wrong dish.
    (D) The bill is higher than he expected.

43. What does the woman suggest the man do?
    (A) Ask for a refill service
    (B) Talk to the manager
    (C) Wait for the replacement
    (D) Check the menu




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Questions 44-46 refer to the following conversation.

W: Hi Louis, can you do me a favor? I need you to arrange a limousine and a driver for
   the weekend.
M: Sure. Just let me know how many buyers you are entertaining so that I can order
   beverages and snacks as well.
W: They are five altogether and flying in tonight from Tokyo to see our fall and winter
   collections.
M: Don’t worry about it Vicky. I have a meeting starting now, but I will book a van
   right after it’s finished.

44. What is being discussed?
    (A) A flight schedule to Tokyo
    (B) An airport limousine service
    (C) Entertainment business
    (D) An arrangement for the weekend

45. How many visitors will the woman have?
    (A) Two
    (B) Three
    (C) Four
    (D) Five

46. What will the man probably do next?
    (A) Attend a meeting
    (B) Call the airline
    (C) Make a reservation for a van
    (D) Watch the show




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Questions 47-49 refer to the following conversation.

M: Hello, Robin. I’ve just called to let you know that there will be an exhibition on
   modern arts in the city museum. Didn’t you say that you were interested in modern
   paintings?
W: Yes. Even though I love my job as a financial consultant, I seriously thought about
   going to an art school when I was in high school. Where did you hear the news?
M: It was mentioned in the art section in today’s Hamilton Daily News.
W: Actually, I skipped the art section today, but I’ll check that out later. Thank you for
   the information, Tom.

47. Why did the man call the woman?
    (A) To inform her of a job opening
    (B) To ask about an art class
    (C) To discuss the economic situation
    (D) To tell her about an exhibition

48. Who most likely is the woman?
    (A) A newspaper reporter
    (B) A city official
    (C) A financial adviser
    (D) An artist

49. What does the woman say about Hamilton Daily News?
    (A) She is a new subscriber.
    (B) She missed reading a section.
    (C) She saw an ad for an art school.
    (D) She threw away today’s paper.




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Questions 50-52 refer to the following conversation.

M: I’ve just missed the flight to London via Chicago. Can you tell me what I can do?
W: So you’ve missed flight 384. No problem. We can get you on the next Washington
   Airline flight 77 instead. It leaves in one and a half hours.
M: Great. My name is Jason Dahl. I’ll take an economy class seat if you don’t have any
   business class ones.
W: Oh, that won’t be necessary. Here’s your ticket. You can head straight to gate 20.

50. What is the man’s problem?
    (A) He missed his flight.
    (B) He lost his baggage.
    (C) He doesn’t want an economy class seat.
    (D) He misplaced his boarding pass.

51. Where is the man’s final destination?
    (A) Chicago
    (B) London
    (C) New York
    (D) Washington

52. How long does the man need to wait in the airport?
    (A) For 20 minutes
    (B) For 30 minutes
    (C) For 60 minutes
    (D) For 90 minutes




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Questions 53-55 refer to the following conversation.

M: Cecilia, is that you? Don’t you recognize me?
W: Oh, Eric. I haven’t seen you for ages! I’m so glad you were able to come to our high
   school’s reunion. It’s been two decades from our graduation and I’ve never seen you
   since. How have you been?
M: I was out of the country on business for most of the years. By the way, do you still
   remember our performance of Romeo and Juliet?
W: Of course! We even won the regional theatre competition! You were really amazing
   as Romeo.


53. Where does the conversation take place?
    (A) At a theater
    (B) At a concert
    (C) At a party
    (D) At a business convention

54. How do the speakers know each other?
    (A) They attended the same school.
    (B) They organized the reunion together.
    (C) They starred in the same movie.
    (D) They ran a business together.

55. How many years have passed since they saw each other?
    (A) Two
    (B) Ten
    (C) Twelve
    (D) Twenty




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Questions 56-58 refer to the following conversation.

W: I have a meeting tomorrow and it’s regarding organizing a fund-raising event.
M: That’s great news. It’s time for private businesses to get involved in helping
   hurricane victims.
W: Right. There is no way for the government to find enough money by itself before too
   late, especially not after going through a severe earthquake early this year.
M: I agree. Good luck at the meeting. I will give you a call tomorrow night. I wonder
   how it goes.

56. What will the woman do the following day?
    (A) Request the government to make donation
    (B) Hear a talk about new scientific findings
    (C) Go to a meeting for a nonprofit event
    (D) Meet with a conference organizer

57. Why is the money needed?
    (A) To support scientific research
    (B) To help the victims of a natural disaster
    (C) To renovate the conference center
    (D) To start a new business

58. What does the man want to know?
    (A) The outcome of the meeting
    (B) The extent of the damage
    (C) The number of the participants
    (D) The price of the new product




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Questions 59-61 refer to the following conversation.

W: My sister and I are going to see a movie this Saturday. Do you want to join us?
M: What movie are you going to see? Is it a Michael Cooper’s film by any chance?
W: How did you know? I’ve heard that the film was nominated for the best actor for
   Screenplay Award. Do you know who played in the movie?
M: It’s Ryan Torres playing a blind man fighting for his life. I’ll definitely go with you.
   Just call me Friday to set up a time and place to meet.

59. What are the speakers talking about?
    (A) A new movie
    (B) An award invitation
    (C) Photography
    (D) A TV show

60. What is stated about the film?
    (A) The actress played a blind woman.
    (B) It may win an award.
    (C) The man has already seen it.
    (D) It started showing this week.

61. When will they probably see the movie?
    (A) Thursday
    (B) Friday
    (C) Saturday
    (D) Sunday




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Questions 62-64 refer to the following conversation.

W: Can you tell me more about today’s hike into the Ace Valley?
M: Sure. We will leave the camping site in ten minutes. And after following the paved
   road for the first three kilometers, we will have to walk on a narrow path covered
   with small rocks.
W: Wow, it sounds tough. How long does it last?
M: It will be only about a 5-minute walk. Then, the easy road will continue until we
   reach our destination. By the way, don’t forget to bring a panorama camera. You will
   love the view from the top of Marcus Heights.

62. Who is the woman probably speaking with?
    (A) A tour guide
    (B) A construction worker
    (C) A motorist
    (D) A photographer

63. When will the speakers leave the camp?
    (A) In 3 minutes
    (B) In 5 minutes
    (C) In 10 minutes
    (D) In 15 minutes

64. What does the man recommend to the woman?
    (A) To collect small rocks
    (B) To bring a camera
    (C) To drive safely
    (D) To wear a safety helmet




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Questions 65-67 refer to the following conversation.

M: Have you heard that Mr. Wilson has been promoted to director of sales department?
W: Yes. But I expected Harry from Seoul office to take over the position. He created
   such amazing international business strategies.
M: That’s true. But Mr. Wilson has been leading the domestic market successfully. And
   you know domestic market is receiving more attention in the company. I heard Mr.
   Wilson would hire 10 new employees for the domestic sales next month.
W: Really? I have a friend who may be interested in the position. I’d better call my
   friend now.

65. What is mentioned about Mr. Wilson?
    (A) He did well in the international market.
    (B) He is a new sales director.
    (C) He has received public attention.
    (D) He has been with the company for 10 years.

66. What is Mr. Wilson expected to do?
    (A) Employ more staff members
    (B) Visit the Seoul office
    (C) Start a big sales event
    (D) Launch a new business strategy

67. What will the woman probably do next?
    (A) Call Mr. Wilson
    (B) Work on a project
    (C) Apply for the job
    (D) Contact her friend




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Questions 68-70 refer to the following conversation

M: Christine, I am really impressed. Your proposal to open a branch in Hong Kong
   looks well researched and planned.
W: Thanks, John. I really think it’s time for our company to enter the Asian market. Do
   you think we can get a budget that will support an aggressive entry?
M: Of course! With our success in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada last year, I think the
   board will be optimistic and eager to take a share of the Asian financial market.
W: Excellent. There’s no reason to let the Chinese banks based on Shanghai take such a
   large share in Asia.

68. What are the speakers discussing?
    (A) A Merge with a Chinese bank
    (B) A decrease in the annual budget
    (C) The Asian entertainment industry
    (D) Business expansion

69. What happened to the company last year?
    (A) It performed well in Canada.
    (B) It closed a few branches.
    (C) It lost its market share to a competitor.
    (D) It increased its budget for research.

70. Where does the company currently have a branch?
    (A) Hong Kong
    (B) Toronto
    (C) Dallas
    (D) Shanghai




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Questions 71-73 refer to the following advertisement.

Does your house need painting, but you have no idea where to begin? Let us show you
how easy and pain-free it can be. Leonardo, Inc., uses state-of-the-art technology to
remove old paint from wood, metal and plastics. Our process also produces no
pollutants, as we cover the entire building with our patented, dust-proof fabric before
paint removal begins, and we only use non-toxic paints. If you own a property that
needs an extreme makeover, contact us today at 555-9494. Place an order before
February 19th and get 20 % off.

71. What is the purpose of this talk?
    (A) To interest building contractors
    (B) To give information about home renovation
    (C) To explain how to remove old furniture
    (D) To promote environment conservation

72. What does the speaker say about the company?
    (A) It is health conscious.
    (B) It produces dust-proof fabric.
    (C) It uses a traditional method.
    (D) Its products are inexpensive.

73. What happens after February 19?
    (A) Property value will decrease.
    (B) A new building will be constructed.
    (C) A discount will end.
    (D) A new campaign will be launched.




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Questions 74-76 refer to the following talk.

Welcome to the 45th New Orleans Pharmaceutical Convention. This year we are hosting
more companies than ever, with noteworthy new arrivals of medicines for diabetes,
cancer treatment, and skin rashes. Plus, we have a brand-new video conferencing center
equipped with high tech items in the Pelham Room. This can be booked free of charge
for up to one hour during convention hours. Just visit the information booth to book
your desired time. Please note that no drinks are allowed inside the convention center.
We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause. We wish you a pleasant and
productive stay in New Orleans.

74. What is the talk mainly about?
    (A) Hotel renovation
    (B) A new convention center
    (C) A tour of a city
    (D) A medical conference

75. Who is this talk most likely intended for?
    (A) Conference organizers
    (B) Photographers
    (C) Pharmacists
    (D) Hotel owners

76. What is restricted inside the facility?
    (A) Beverages
    (B) Digital cameras
    (C) Cellular phones
    (D) Voice recorders




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Questions 77-79 refer to the following talk.

Welcome to the Eastwark Brewery, Australia’s largest brewer. On your way here, you
drove through ten thousand acres of barley and hops, the main ingredients of our beer.
Senior plant manager Mr. Davis will give you a free, guided 50th anniversary tour of the
brewery, taking you through the brew house, the fermenting room and the cask storage.
Along the way, you’ll be invited to sample some of our popular and recent beers. Please,
remember to control yourselves and enjoy your tour until the end of the day. Good luck
and cheers to all!

77. Where is the talk taking place?
    (A) At an anniversary dinner
    (B) At a plant
    (C) In a restaurant
    (D) In a laboratory

78. Who probably is Mr. Davis?
    (A) An employee
    (B) A customer
    (C) A researcher
    (D) An investor

79. What will be offered to the visitors?
    (A) A small barrel
    (B) A program brochure
    (C) Free recipes
    (D) Complimentary drinks




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Questions 80-82 refer to the following telephone message.

Mr. Reed, this is Bart Ernest from Bluemoon Publishing. Yesterday I proofread pages
100 through 252 of the draft of your book, Nature versus Nurture. Most chapters were
in excellent condition, but a few paragraphs in Chapters Four and Five need
reorganizing. Also, some references are still missing from Chapter One. According to
our original suggestions, Mr. Anderson started to revise the second chapter this
afternoon. He is correcting the most controversial chapter and assured me that I will
receive it next Monday. I’ll call you this Friday if I find any problems.

80. Why does the speaker call Mr. Reed?
    (A) To inform him of a work progress
    (B) To ask for delivery
    (C) To request information about a company
    (D) To organize a meeting

81. What is the problem with Chapter 1?
    (A) Some pages are missing.
    (B) There are many grammatical mistakes.
    (C) Some paragraphs need restructuring.
    (D) More references are needed.

82. When will the speaker receive the second chapter?
    (A) Today
    (B) Tomorrow
    (C) This Friday
    (D) Next Monday




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Questions 83-85 refer to the following talk.


Today’s meeting agenda concerns a change to library opening hours. As you know, the
library is going through serious staff shortages due to the sudden regisnation of Mr.
Heatherway and Ms. Thomas. Thus, we have reluctantly made the decision to reduce
the library's opening hours. This is a temporary measure, and the hours will return to
normal as soon as we find new librarians. As of February 17th, our temporary hours will
be from 8 A.M. to 9 P.M on weekdays and from 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. on Saturdays and
Sundays. All the librarians and security staff should check their new time shifts and
locations on the bulletin board in the main lobby. More details will be discussed at
tomorrow’s meeting at 3 P.M. Please make sure to be on time.


83. What is the purpose of the talk?
   (A) To introduce new staff members
   (B) To declare new hours
   (C) To celebrate the retirement of coworkers
   (D) To inform staff of an electricity shortage

84. Which position is needed to be filled?
    (A) Librarian
    (B) Maintenance staff
    (C) Security guard
    (D) Night shift clerk

85. When will the meeting take place?
    (A) 8:00 A.M. tomorrow
    (B) 3:00 P.M. tomorrow
    (C) 10:00 A.M. this Saturday
    (D) 5:30 P.M. this Saturday




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Questions 86–88 refer to the following broadcast.

Good morning, you’re listening to WNKB, and I’m your host Linda Harrison. Today we
invited Professor Jake Chang of New Heaven University. We’ll discuss last month’s
decision to remove Pluto’s status as the solar system’s ninth planet. Mr. Chang will tell
us how the problem began when astronomers felt uneasy about the small size of this
planet. Then, astronomers proved that Pluto was part of a group of small planets and
discovered a larger planet on the edge of our solar system. Now, with only eight planets
in our solar system, millions of grade school students will have less studying to do.
Before we discuss all this in more detail, here is the local weather report.

86. Who is Jake Chang?
    (A) A radio show host
    (B) A scientist
    (C) A professor
    (D) An astronomer

87. What is this broadcast about?
    (A) Computer Science
    (B) Chemistry
    (C) Philosophy
    (D) Astronomy

88. What will be heard next?
    (A) A weather report
    (B) Local news
    (C) A traffic report
    (D) Business news




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Questions 89-91 refer to the following announcement.

Are you looking for environmental information from a reliable and trusted source? The
City Council has gathered data on the environment of the surrounding area and has
publicized it for over 40 years. We have the best scientists and our service is free. With
growing public concerns over air quality, we now provide smog readings, reports and
alerts. For the same reason, we are currently offering one-month free public transit
passes to suburban city residents who normally drive automobiles to work downtown.
Last month, legislation was passed to help us reduce the pollution caused by
motorcycles and other small vehicles. If you want more information, check out our
website at www.cityinfo.gov. You can call our hotline to express concerns and suggest
any ideas.

89. What is being announced?
    (A) Online weather forecasting services
    (B) Traffic information for motorcycles
    (C) Environment improvement efforts
    (D) Safety regulations for drivers

90. What is the City Council’s main concern?
    (A) To improve air quality
    (B) To expand residential areas
    (C) To reduce noise pollution
    (D) To build more suburban roads

91. What should people do in order to suggest an idea?
    (A) Visit the City Council office
    (B) Call the direct phone line
    (C) Mail a suggestion card
    (D) Check out the Web site




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Questions 92-94 refer to the following announcement.

Thanks again for your presence in Open Talk Seminar today. Before we start the
seminar, I would like to remind you of the application process for the next seminar as
the early consideration deadline is approaching. If you’re interested in early
consideration and getting a discount for your hotel room, you’re required to register on
or before March 1st. The next deadline is April 1st. Please remember all applications are
processed only through our website at www.opentalk.org. For further information,
please refer to your handbook, talk to the information desk, or visit the website. I hope
Open Talk Seminar will be a great opportunity for each of you who want your voice to
be heard in the community.

92. What is the purpose of the announcement?
    (A) To inform people about future deadlines
    (B) To announce the schedule change
    (C) To notify the discussion topic
    (D) To recommend becoming a member

93. How can people apply for the next event?
    (A) By purchasing a handbook
    (B) By signing up at the information desk
    (C) By visiting the Web site
    (D) By using a voice mail service

94. What will people receive for registering by March 1?
    (A) A free handbook
    (B) A free gift
    (C) A discount on membership
    (D) A reduced hotel rate




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Questions 95-97 refer to the following report.

Welcome, travel club members! I’d like to update you on our survey for our annual
vacation trip in July. Everyone was asked to choose a favorite destination out of four
cities, and the winner was Cancun, Mexico. However, due to the frequent hurricane
threat in July in the area, the organization committee decided to pick the city, which
received the second most votes, Miami, Florida. I believe that your children will be
especially excited as the city has the nation’s best ocean park. Besides, if you are
interested in the works of Ernest Hemingway, it might be a good idea to drive a few
hours to Key West and visit the house he used to live in. We hope you will have a lot of
fun this year, as much as last year’s trip to Havana.

95. What is the report about?
    (A) Hurricane threats
    (B) Club membership benefits
    (C) An anniversary trip
    (D) An outcome of a survey

96. Which city was visited last year?
    (A) Cancun
    (B) Miami
    (C) Key West
    (D) Havana

97. Why would the members’ children like this year’s destination?
    (A) There is a sea amusement park.
    (B) There will be fireworks at night.
    (C) The hotel will offer free meals for children.
    (D) The organization provides a childcare service.




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Questions 98-100 refer to the following announcement.

Good evening ladies and gentlemen. I'm Ryan Haley. As president of Bain & Luccas, I
have the pleasure of welcoming you tonight, and it is my great honor to be a part of this
year’s awards ceremony in Chicago. This year, there was intense competition for the
Employee of the Year as we received the largest number of nominee recommendations
than any other year. Now, I would like to introduce the recipients and ask them to rise
and come to the podium to receive their medals from Ms. Naomi Banks of the LA
branch, who was the Employee of the Year in 2005. The recipients of the 2006
Employee of the Year Award are Ms. Jessica Foreman of the Seattle branch and Mr.
Simon Klein of the New York headquarters. Would all of you join me in congratulating
these outstanding colleagues? Ms. Davis and Mr. Klein, please come up to the stage!

98. Who is Ryan Haley?
    (A) The president
    (B) A sales manager
    (C) A new employee
    (D) Last year’s winner

99. Where is the company’s headquarters?
    (A) Chicago
    (B) L.A.
    (C) Seattle
    (D) New York

100. What does the speaker say about this year’s ceremony?
   (A) There is one winner.
   (B) The president will hand out the awards.
   (C) The winner will receive a cash prize.
   (D) More people were nominated than last year.




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101. Many companies have ------- own health insurance plans, which are often
mandatory for their employees.
(A) their
(B) theirs
(C) they
(D) themselves


102. The United States' annual trade deficit is in excess ------- $100 billion, and is
expected to get bigger this year.
(A) to
(B) of
(C) within
(D) than


103. It is highly recommended that attendees have their own means of -------.
(A) transporting
(B) transporter
(C) transported
(D) transportation


104. Early last week, the Greenville City Council formally ------- a construction plan
for a new ballpark for the city baseball team.
(A) will approve
(B) is approving
(C) approved
(D) has approved


105. Moving ------- the deep mountains with nothing but a bottle of water is very
convenient, but it is risky at the same time.
(A) through
(B) with
(C) about
(D) after


106. Customers can obtain a membership card ------- they present their personal
information.
(A) however
(B) unless
(C) nevertheless


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(D) as long as


107. Best Publishing, the online book store, yesterday said that it would ------- its
staff by 15 percent.
(A) increasing
(B) to increase
(C) increase
(D) be increased


108. For your convenience, your membership dues will be automatically charged ---
---- your account each year.
(A) to
(B) by
(C) at
(D) with


109. The third novel in Sullivan's Wendy Tailor series was received ------- by
reviewers than the author had anticipated.
(A) enthusiasm
(B) enthusiastic
(C) enthusiastically
(D) more enthusiastically


110. Three days of negotiations between the two parties ended with members still
unable to reach a ------- on the new labor reform.
(A) retention
(B) contest
(C) consensus
(D) sympathy


111. Premier Home & Business includes exclusive features to help you manage -----
-- your business and personal finances.
(A) both
(B) each
(C) either
(D) neither


112. Reservations are subject to cancellation if you are not available for boarding at
least 10 minutes ------- your scheduled departure.


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(A) during
(B) before
(C) within
(D) over


113. As of March 1, the bank will introduce a new fee for transferring money from
one account to -------.
(A) another
(B) other
(C) some
(D) the another


114. The construction worker's illness has been ------- due to the hazardous
conditions of his work environment and his lack of sleep.
(A) hugely
(B) largely
(C) extremely
(D) immensely


115. Users should always be certain that the oven door is ------- closed before
leaving the oven unattended.
(A) securely
(B) secure
(C) secured
(D) securing


116. In a study of more than 1,200 people, the drug was able to reduce the -------
of cold symptoms by an average of 35%.
(A) boundary
(B) termination
(C) purpose
(D) duration


117. A man ------- job involves dealing with the public will be asked to wear a suit
and tie.
(A) who
(B) which
(C) whose
(D) that


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118. Prospective game-show contestants are asked to ------- their interests by
filling out the attached questionnaire.
(A) indicate
(B) appoint
(C) display
(D) nominate


119. The CEO of Northern Light, David Seuss, ------- Mr. Witmer on his recent
article on public schools.
(A) corrected
(B) compensated
(C) complimented
(D) complained


120. The telephone company will cancel any account for which payment is three
months -------.
(A) expensive
(B) permanent
(C) overdue
(D) insignificant


121. Some good methods are being recommended to prevent water pollution, but
the problem has ------- to be addressed.
(A) since
(B) already
(C) yet
(D) always


122. I am writing this letter to ------- information about comprehensive insurance
policies, which would suit the needs of our industry.
(A) want
(B) plead
(C) desire
(D) request


123. The co-authors of "Turning Dreams into Reality" were awarded the grand prize
in the Imaginative Writers Society contest for their ------- story.
(A) creativity


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(B) creative
(C) creating
(D) creation


124. For a limited time, placing an order with us for more than one item will -----
you a ten percent discount on the entire order.
(A) earn
(B) keep
(C) retain
(D) originate


125. The government plans to -------- implement various measures such as the
development of alternative energy sources.
(A) aggression
(B) aggressive
(C) aggressiveness
(D) aggressively


126. ------- the amount of publicity the team has received lately, stadium officials
expect increased ticket sales for the upcoming season.
(A) Considering
(B) Meanwhile
(C) Thus
(D) Against


127. The GPS tracking system, ------- was originally developed for military
purposes, can now be used by anyone to monitor a vehicle's daily route.
(A) which
(B) what
(C) whom
(D) who


128. Initial reports from the third quarter show that our store’s sales have
increased by 30 percent over the ------- year.
(A) consecutive
(B) past
(C) following
(D) ongoing




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129. The deposit may be transferred to another session if notice of the change is
received at least 7 days prior to the original date of -------.
(A) enroll
(B) enrollment
(C) enrolled
(D) enrolls


130.   All crew members are entitled to a benefit, which includes free and -------
discounted tickets to events at The Palace of Music.
(A) busily
(B) solely
(C) heavily
(D) easily


131. Because the size of the group is limited, those interested in ------- the
discussion will need to register in advance.
(A) join
(B) joining
(C) joins
(D) joined


132. To gain a larger market share, I believe we have to adopt an ------ strategy
beyond the wide-ranging number of models.
(A) additional
(B) addition
(C) addictive
(D) additionally


133. Mandatory safety belt usage laws require drivers and front-seat ----- of most
passenger vehicles to wear safety belts.
(A) occupations
(B) occupancies
(C) occupants
(D) occupy


134. Attached you will find the ----- draft of the action plans which represent many
hours of research, discussion, debate and consensus.
(A) final
(B) terminal


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(C) eventual
(D) concluding


135. Since Ms. Brooks ------- her disappointment regarding the service, the store
manager has been careful to keep his eyes on the staff's behavior.
(A) shows
(B) is showing
(C) will be showing
(D) showed


136. Those who are thinking of starting their own business may find a helpful ------
- at www. businessworld @ info.com.
(A) signal
(B) relief
(C) ability
(D) resource


137. Despite the fact that the first two things the customer sees are the bottle
shape and color, tests have demonstrated that customers have no -------
preference for any particular color.
(A) mark
(B) marked
(C) marking
(D) to mark


138. Members can renew their memberships ------- they have outstanding
payments, in which case, their renewal will be denied until they have settled their
accounts.
(A) without
(B) otherwise
(C) unless
(D) except


139. Max Security Systems remains ------- to observing safety regulations and
monitoring its network systems on a regular basis for customers.
(A) committing
(B) committed
(C) commitment
(D) commit


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140. When dealing with anxious patients in the emergency room, medical personnel
must ------- reassure them that they will be seen as soon as the critical patients are
treated.
(A) potentially
(B) progressively
(C) possibly
(D) politely




Questions 141-143 refer to the following letter.


Dear Emily,


Thank you for choosing to work with us this summer as our computer technician.
Your
summer position will last from June 26 to August 25. The ------- will be $850 per
week.
           141.   (A) price
                  (B) expense
                  (C) cost
                  (D) pay


On your first day of work, please ------- to bring a valid form of identification and
the
           142.   (A) be remembered
                  (B) remembering
                  (C) remember
                  (D) to remember


student employment forms we sent to you last month. Once you hand in these
forms, and we make copies of your identification for human resource records, you
will receive a formal invitation to a morning reception for all interns in Trent
Building.


Afterwards, there will be a job orientation during which the specific details of your
responsibilities will be -------.
           143.   (A) informed
                  (B) provided


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                 (C) directed
                 (D) enclosed


We look forward to seeing you at the reception.


Sincerely,


William Bolla
William Bolla
Coordinator, Summer work program
Edwards & Sons Corporation




Questions 144-146 refer to the following advertisement.


Our online store, Office Junction, has a huge inventory of the most popular brands
of office and stationery products. Whether you run a company of 1,000 employees
or just 10, we can supply all your business needs, from office furniture to paperclips.
From our central location, we guarantee that we will ship your ------- anywhere in
the
                                                        144.
                                                            (A) request
                                                            (B) recommendation
                                                            (C) order
                                                            (D) demand


continental U.S. within three business days. If you are not satisfied, just return the
product
------- 10 days, and we will be happy to exchange it or give you a full refund.
          145.   (A) during
                 (B) since
                 (C) between
                 (D) within




------, visit our Web site today at www.officejunc.com and see how easy it is to
place


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146.    (A) Therefore
        (B) Otherwise
        (C) Still
        (D) However


your order. You will be saving not only money, but also your valuable time.




Questions 147-149 refer to the following article.


Shopping for Books Online


Virtual bookstores are popping up throughout the Internet. Among the greatest ----
---
        147.        (A) drawbacks
                    (B) advantages
                    (C) allowances
                    (D) interests


over traditional bookstores is that they can carry a vast selection of books. The
ready-availability of such selections allows the virtual bookstore to satisfy a greater
number of customers, as customers are more likely to shop in the places where
they can find ------- they are seeking.
148.    (A) those
        (B) whatever
        (C) however
        (D) some


By analyzing data on ------- purchases, software programs can identify
        149.        (A) previous
                    (B) necessary
                    (C) future
                    (D) contemporary


a buyer's taste and can then, for their future consideration, suggest products that
bear a close resemblance to ones already bought by the customer.




Questions 150-152 refer to the following letter.


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Jennifer Murray
152 Cresswell Road
Christchurch, New Zealand


Dear Ms. Murray,


We are writing to thank you for recently becoming a member of Living Well Health
Club. As a new member, your views and opinions are very important to us. For this
reason, we would like to invite you to take part in our ------- of new members.
        150.      (A) research
                  (B) investigation
                  (C) survey
                  (D) examination


Details are attached to this letter.


Completed forms will be entered into a prize drawing, with the winner receiving a
free beauty treatment at the Living Well Beauty Center ------- to their home. We
have a total of thirty
        151.      (A) closest
                  (B) furthest
                  (C) longest
                  (D) biggest


Beauty Centers throughout the country.


A map showing their locations ------- for your convenience.
        152.      (A) encloses
                  (B) is enclosed
                  (C) has been enclosing
                  (D) enclosed


If you require any assistance or further information, please do not hesitate to
contact me at (03) 377-7595. We look forward to hearing from you soon.


Kind regards,
Helen Atkinson


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Helen Atkinson
Living Well Heath Club Manager


Questions 153 - 154 refer to the following information.
Manorville
Cosmetics Company


Your Opinion Could Be Worth $300.


Devoted to providing clients with superior products and services, Manorville
Cosmetics Company wants to learn more about your needs and expectations.
Please fill in the brief questionnaire on the back of this card and send it in the
envelope provided. Postage has been prepaid.


After your answers have been received, your name will automatically be entered in
a drawing with the lucky winner taking home a $300 gift certificate. This will allow
you to purchase a number of our products.


The deadline is May 25. Late submissions cannot be entered. Thank you.


Sincerely yours,
Mary Cartwright
Director of Customer Relations




153. What is the main purpose of this note?
(A) To ask customers for their approval
(B) To advise customers to enter the contest
(C) To express concern about some questions
(D) To encourage customer responses with a drawing


154. What will the winner get?
(A) A sketch by a famous artist
(B) A gift certificate
(C) A cash prize of $300
(D) A voucher for dinner


Questions 155 - 157 refer to the following e-mail.
From: Andrews, Jennifer


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To:       Editing staff
Cc:       Management, supervisory staff
Subject: Unclaimed print copies


Hi all,


Please notice that a box now sits near the printer in order to prevent a heap of
papers from piling up on the printer table at the end of the day.


I'd like you to remember to take whatever you print as soon as possible, in keeping
with our office policy for some months now. Please keep this rule and remember
that we often print confidential documents that require immediate pick-up after
printing.


Thanks for your cooperation.


 Jennifer




155. What problem is mentioned in the e-mail?
(A) The printer is not working properly.
(B) Employees waste a lot of paper.
(C) Office policy has changed.
(D) The area around the printer has been left untidy.


156. What are the employees asked to do?
(A) Reduce the workload for the cleaning staff
(B) Recycle all unused and unclaimed copies
(C) Collect documents from the printer
(D) Keep confidential documents off their office


157. Why does Ms. Andrews thank her colleagues?
(A) To encourage them to follow the office policy
(B) To enable the office staff to recycle
(C) To ask them to pile up a heap of papers
(D) To assign new work to employees




Questions 158 - 160 refer to the following letter.


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Ms. Heather Max
Dean of the Performing Arts
The School of the Performing Arts of Chicago
112 Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL 60601


Dear Ms. Max,


This will confirm my resignation as Director of Student Affairs.


I have accepted a position as Junior Copywriter at a growing advertising agency in
San Francisco. I am looking forward to my new position and the challenges that
await me.


My last day of work will be January 26, 2007, which should allow me plenty of time
to finish ongoing projects and to turn over the position to my replacement. Please
feel free to contact me at any time should you have any questions regarding my
past work. I hope that the transition will go smoothly for everyone.


My experience with SPAC has been very rewarding. I appreciate having had the
opportunity to work for such a fine college. I wish you and the school continued
success.


Cordially,


Andrew Hay
Andrew Hay




158. Who is the letter intended for?
(A) The students of the drama school
(B) Colleagues at the student affairs office
(C) SPAC alumni association
(D) The head of the performing arts faculty


159. What is the stated intention of the letter?
(A) To recommend a staff member
(B) To describe a collaboration
(C) To announce a resignation


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(D) To state a job description


160. Where is the company that recently hired Mr. Hay located?
(A) Chicago
(B) Boston
(C) San Francisco
(D) New York




Questions 161 - 163 refer to the following schedule.


Special Events at the Savannah Museum of American Art on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Saturday for Families with Kids Ages 3-12


FAMILY FUN! ART WORKSHOPS!
Tuesday, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
For families with kids ages 5-10
Family Fun! Art Workshops feature gallery tours and activities designed to prepare
families to create their own works of art inspired by their observations in the
galleries.
All materials are provided.


Savannah Savants
Wednesday, 3 p.m.-4 p.m.
For families with kids ages 4-5
Children under the age of 4 should be accompanied by an adult. Thank you!


Bring the little ones and share some interactive experiences including sharing and
working together - all in the museum galleries! All materials are provided.


PEOPLE, PLACES AND SPACES
Saturday, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
People, Places and Spaces is our first family audio guide. Our curator Fiona
Richmond, leads an exciting exploration of selected works from Savannah's
permanent collection. Free with museum admission.
People, Places, and Spaces is made possible by Robin Johnson.


The cost is $25 per family for each event.
For more information or registration, please call at (912) 555-5300.


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161. What will take place on Saturday?
(A) An exploration class
(B) A photography show
(C) An audio tour with a curator
(D) An art workshop


162. What is stated about Savannah Savants?
(A) It is for younger kids.
(B) It will last two hours.
(C) It is an all ages event.
(D) It will be broadcast live.


163. Who, most likely, is Robin Johnson?
(A) An event participant
(B) A curator
(C) A parent
(D) A donor


Questions 164 - 165 refer to the following memo.


Goodman Theater Company Confidential


Date: July 11
To: Charlie Ullman
From: Gordon Furr
Re: Budget Approval Concerns


Thanks for making our meeting on such short notice and for considering various
options related to our budget. It's a great relief to me that we made some
compromises that will help reduce spending in next year's travel budget. Because of
the planned $56,000 reduction, I'm confident that our chairman, Rene Walker, will
accept and authorize the new budget at this Friday's meeting. I'll see you in the
conference room.


164. What is the memo about?
(A) The rescheduling of a meeting
(B) The unavailability of necessary travel expenses
(C) The upcoming budget meeting


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(D) The loss of some company funds




165. What will Rene Walker most likely do on Friday?
(A) Approve a budget
(B) Refuse to reduce costs
(C) Go on a business trip
(D) Arrange transportation to the meeting


Questions 166 - 168 refer to the following article.


Union Carbide Chemical proudly announces its latest entry in the bi-annual Good
Chemistry Innovation Contest to be held this year in Pradesh, India, at the Pholab
Lux Hotel.


We will enter our latest construction product, which is a new type of fiber. With its
unique microstructure, blankets, upholstery and even teddy bears will feel softer
and retain 10% more heat. Consequently, our new fiber will feel more comfortable
and even help prevent chills. The unique molecular structure is flexible and lasts
longer than natural fibers. Additionally, our new fiber contains no serious cancer-
causing chemicals.


We welcome curious scientists and observers to drop in and visit our booth at the
bi-annual contest where you can meet our company CEO, Andrew Liveris. He is
scheduled to give a presentation on our latest invention at 9 a.m. on December 3.


166. What is implied about the new fiber?
(A) It has been tested on animals.
(B) It represents a scientific breakthrough.
(C) It is currently being used in the Pholab Lux Hotel.
(D) It was invented by Andrew Liveris.


167. What is NOT mentioned as an advantage of the new fiber?
(A) It is more durable than natural fibers.
(B) It rapidly absorbs sweat.
(C) It feels softer and warmer than other fibers.
(D) It traps more heat.


168. According to the article, how can people learn more about the product?


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(A) By calling Andrew Liveris
(B) By listening to a presentation
(C) By reading a brochure
(D) By visiting Union Carbide Chemical factory




Questions 169 - 172 refer to the following document.


Rental Agreement


Thank you for renting from Delhi Mobile Services during your stay in India. All our
phones are easy to use, with display screens in ten different languages.


Costs:   You are responsible for all calls made from this phone. It is a good idea to
put your phone on lock while it is not in use. That way, you can avoid accidental
calls while it is in your pocket or handbag. A detailed rate sheet is provided for calls
made to all regions and times in India. For international rates, please dial 090 to
connect to an operator who will place your call and provide you with the current
rates.


Questions or Problems:    If you have trouble making or receiving calls, please refer
to the troubleshooting section in the provided owner's manual. If the problem
persists, contact our customer support center at 1-888-555-7676.


Lost or Stolen:   In the event that your phone is lost or stolen, immediately contact
our customer service hotline at 1-888-555-1212. Remember, you are responsible
for all calls made from your phone as well as the cost of the phone. Therefore, it is
advisable to purchase a phone insurance policy for a small additional charge.


Billing: An itemized phone bill will be given to you upon returning the phone. Your
cash deposit will also be returned at this time. Payment must be made by credit
card only.




169. What is the purpose of this document?
(A) To explain the conditions of the rental agreement
(B) To explain how to rent a phone
(C) To explain the best method for calling long distance
(D) To explain how to use a phone


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170. How can one find out the cost for making a call to somewhere in India?
(A) Check the phone bill
(B) Check the rate sheet
(C) Call the operator
(D) Call the customer service center


171. What does the rental agreement advise the renter to purchase?
(A) A strap
(B) A lock
(C) An insurance policy
(D) A case


172. How can the rental bill be paid?
(A) By cash only
(B) By credit card only
(C) By cash or credit card
(D) By traveler's check


Questions 173 - 176 refer to the following proposal.


Background:      Brighton Polytechnical University is a fast-growing research institute
with over 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students from over 38 countries. Our
school motto is "Quality through Research." We aim to promote research in the
areas of science, engineering and electronics. Though in part supported by the
state, we are a private school and must therefore rely heavily on private donations.


Proposed Project:       The faculty and student union have proposed a new indoor
recreational center with a 50-meter swimming pool, weight room and basketball
courts, which will be located on the northwest corner of campus.


Needs:    To attract students from across the nation and around the world, Brighton
Polytechnical has to compete with other top schools. These schools not only have
the best research departments but also provide world-class recreational facilities. In
order to retain and attract more students, Brighton must provide similar facilities as
well.


Budget:      Ten million Australian dollars are needed to cover the initial construction,
with an additional 10 million needed for completion. So far, we have received over 8


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million in contributions. We are still in need of donations. The grand opening will
commence the following school year. All donors giving over 10 thousand will have
their names engraved on a plaque and placed over the main entrance of the
building.


173. What is the main reason for building a recreation center?
(A) To retain and attract new students
(B) To compete in sports with other schools
(C) To give the architectural department something to design
(D) To satisfy the teachers and the student union


174. What will the private money be used for?
(A) To finance research projects
(B) To provide international students with scholarships
(C) To fund construction
(D) To furnish the technology department with new equipment


175. Who first proposed the project?
(A) Researchers
(B) Maintenance workers
(C) The Regent Board
(D) Professors and students


176. How will donors who give over 10 thousand be recognized?
(A) By receiving free memberships
(B) By being honored at the opening ceremony
(C) By having their names displayed on the building
(D) By receiving free tuition


Questions 177 - 180 refer to the following notice.


This Saturday at 3 p.m., there will be a slide presentation by Dr. Steven Redbull,
chief curator of the Oklahoma City American Indian Culture Museum. The
presentation will be in the museum conference room.


Dr. Redbull, a member of the Sioux tribe, has been the curator of America's oldest
and largest museum on Native American history and culture since 1989. In addition
to his work at the museum, he is also a tribal leader and is currently director of the
Board of American Indian Affairs.


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As curator, he has worked hard to preserve Native American cultures and languages
throughout the 50 states. His latest display at the museum, works of art by Alaskan
Indians, has been well received. He is currently putting together a photographic
exhibition of Florida Indians taken in the late 1890s. And his latest book on Native
American soldiers who fought in the Second World War has received great reviews.


For more information, please call the museum at 555-1232.


177. What is the main purpose of this notice?
(A) To announce an upcoming presentation
(B) To announce a new book by Dr. Redbull
(C) To attract more visitors to the museum
(D) To bring attention to American Indian culture


178. Which of the following positions does Dr. Redbull NOT hold?
(A) A tribal leader
(B) A member of the Board of Indian Affairs
(C) A curator
(D) A member of the Apache tribe


179. What is the theme of the latest exhibition at the museum?
(A) Musical instruments and dances of American Indians
(B) A photographic exhibition in Florida
(C) Works of art by Alaskan Indians
(D) A collection of Indian costumes


180. What is the topic of his most recent book?
(A) Native American cooking
(B) Native American World War II soldiers
(C) Famous American Indians
(D) Indian cultural identities


Questions 181-185 refer to the following e-mail and attachment.


From: Frank Hunter
To: William Davis
Date: March 14
Subject: The annual conference in Tehran


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    Flight.doc (45 KB)


Dear William,


Regarding our trip to Tehran, I have checked out flights on the Internet and found
several possibilities (see attachment). You requested a landing in Tabriz. Even
though that flight would save us money, we have to take a bus from Tabriz to
Tehran, which will take about 8 hours. So, I recommend going to Tehran directly.
However, if you still want to take a cheaper flight, other options may suit me as
long as we can arrive in the afternoon. Please see the attachment and inform me of
your preference.


We also need hotel reservations in Tehran. The conference organizer explained that
the Esteghlal Grand Hotel is fully booked until mid June on account of the Asian
Games. We could stay at the Azadi Hotel instead. It's just a few minutes from the
Esteghlal and will hardly inconvenience us. Are you able to make a hotel reservation
for us? You can find a list of hotels in Teheran on the conference Web site. The
conference will be held from May 23 to May 26, so, we had better arrive at Tabriz
no later than May 22 and leave by May 27.


Best Regards,


Frank


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Flight Information for May 22


Depart   07:00 Washington to Ankara Iran Air IA 2120
Arrive   14:10


Depart   19:35 Ankara to Tehran             Turkei Wings     TW 9029
Arrive    22:55


Depart   09:30 Washington to Tabriz         Jetison Airlines JA 3837
Arrive   18:55


Depart   08:20 Washington to Tehran         Jetison Airlines JA 3829


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Arrive    17:55


Depart   10: 40 Washington to Paris    Ecojet Airlines EA 2463
Arrive    16: 20


Depart   18:30     Paris to Tehran     Jetison Airlines JA 3835
Arrive    22:40




181. What does Frank advise against doing?
(A) Going directly to Teheran
(B) Taking the flight to Paris
(C) Arriving in the afternoon
(D) Traveling via Tabriz


182. Where will the conference be held?
(A) In Ankara
(B) In Tehran
(C) In Paris
(D) In Tabriz


183. What does Frank ask William to do?
(A) Reserve a hotel room
(B) Make changes to a schedule
(C) Have a stopover in Ankara
(D) Cancel the flight reservation


184. Which flight would William most likely prefer?
(A) JA 3837
(B) EA 2463
(C) TW 9029
(D) JA 3829


185. When does William need to be in Tehran?
(A) On May 22
(B) On May 23
(C) On May 26
(D) On May 27




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Questions 186-190 refer to the following e-mail and advertisement.


To: Arizona Realty <luxury@arizonarealty.com>
From: Derrick McGuire <derrickmac@nsumail.com>


Dear Mr. Joseph Lowe,


I have heard that you have several apartments for rent in Southern Arizona. I'll be
starting work at the Indigo Heights Psychiatric Hospital in March, and need a two-
bedroom apartment. As we don't own a car, and my wife plans to rely on public
transportation, I hope you have a nice apartment in the vicinity. Please contact me
and let me know what you have available.


We will be in Arizona next week and hope to see available and suitable apartments
at that time. You can e-mail the relevant information to this address, or fax me at
345-555-2490.


Sincerely,
Derrick McGuire


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Grand Opening
APARTMENTS FOR RENT


Arizona      Realty   proudly   proclaims   the      GRAND   OPENING     of   four   housing
developments located throughout the state of Arizona.


SANDSTONE GARDENS
Perfectly situated in downtown Silicon Fields, these brand-new apartments have
one bedroom and one bathroom, and have easy access to the local swimming pool.
From $800 a month.


WILLOUGHBY VILLAS
Located in downtown Indigo Heights, these spacious two-bedroom, one-bathroom
villas have private balconies and peaceful views in all directions. From $950 a
month.


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LENTON APARTMENTS
Conveniently located in bustling Wellington Village, these completely renovated
three-bedroom apartments are wired for cable TV. Prices start at $650 a month.


EMBER HALL
Located within walking distance of downtown Ember Park, these gorgeous three-
bedroom, two-bathroom apartments are very spacious. Rent starts at $1500 a
month.


Caught your attention?
Please e-mail us at luxury@arizonarealty.com for more information, call us at 818-
555-2837 or visit our office at 25 Grove St., Mohave Valley, AZ 86440.


186. What is Mr. McGuire's primary concern?
(A) The availability of health-care facilities
(B) The location of the housing complex
(C) The rental rate of the apartments
(D) The price of the transportation


187. Why is Mr. McGuire moving?
(A) He is going to start a new job.
(B) He will get married.
(C) He will be hospitalized.
(D) He wants to live in a peaceful place.


188. What housing complex will Mr. McGuire most likely be interested in?
(A) Sandstone Garden
(B) Willoughby Villas
(C) Lenton Apartments
(D) Ember Hall


189. What can we assume in Willoughby Villas?
(A) It is quiet.
(B) It is isolated.
(C) It is crowded.
(D) It is near the park.


190. What is NOT mentioned as a method of contacting Arizona Realty?


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(A) Telephone
(B) In person
(C) E-mail
(D) Fax


Questions 191 - 195 refer to the following two e-mails.


Date: Monday, February 26, 15:10:29
From: Brickstone hotel < management@brickstonehotel.com >
To: Heather Escortaz < hescortaz@market.comnetwork.com >
Subject: Stay at Brickstone Hotel in Birmingham


Dear Ms Escortaz,


Thank you for staying at Brickstone Hotel while you did business in Birmingham. I
hope you and your colleagues enjoyed yourselves and seized the opportunity to use
many of our facilities, including our excellent jacuzzi, tanning beds, privately
operated spa, the state-of-the-art fitness center, and newly renovated restaurants.
To help us continue to satisfy our customers, please answer a few questions about
our facilities and services. You may complete the questionnaire at your convenience.
It is available online at www.brickstonehotel.com/survey. Should you have any
difficulty      with     the      questionnaire,       please       contact       me       at
management@brickstonehotel.com.


All correspondence will be strictly confidential and will only be used to aid us in
further improving our services.


Sincerely,


Patrick Rodman


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Date: Wednesday, February 28 09:23:49
From: Heather Escortaz < hescortaz@market.comnetwork.com >
To: Brickstone hotel < management@brickstonehotel.com >
Subject: Re: stay at Brickstone Hotel in Birmingham




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Dear Mr. Rodman,


Unfortunately I failed to access the online questionnaire, so I'm sending these
comments by e-mail.


I was truly impressed by many of the facilities available to clients, but I especially
enjoyed the renovated fitness center with its luxurious tanning beds. There were
also 15 leg strengthening machines, many more than one typically finds in other
hotels; and the 24-hour access enabled me to work out at all hours of the night.
Although I did not eat at Gullette's, I did order room service from there several
times and was impressed with the discretion of your staff as well as the quality of
the meals.


However, I was rather disappointed by your spa as it lacked atmosphere and didn't
seem appropriate in a hotel of Brickstone's caliber. Also, the parking facilities were
not satisfactory. I had difficulty seeking parking spaces, so I had to drive around for
a while searching a space.


Nevertheless,   the    advantages   of   staying   at   your   hotel   far   exceeded   the
disadvantages and, admittedly, I experienced a fulfilling and successful week at
Brickstone. As I frequently visit Birmingham due to my job, I anticipate many
future stays at your hotel.


Warm regards,


Heather Escortaz


191. Why did the Brickstone Hotel send this e-mail?
(A) To advertise the hotel
(B) To request a client's opinion
(C) To confirm reservations
(D) To ask for payment in full


192. What is NOT stated as a feature of the hotel?
(A) A spa
(B) A restaurant
(C) Airport transportation
(D) A fitness center




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193. What is implied in Mr. Rodman's e-mail?
(A) Ms. Escortaz should offer solutions and alternatives in the questionnaire.
(B) The information Ms. Escortaz provides will be considered private.
(C) The questionnaire must be sent to Mr. Rodman by registered mail.
(D) Ms. Ecortaz should contact Mr. Rodman to get a discount.


194. What is Ms. Escortaz's favorite feature at the Brickstone hotel?
(A) The spacious parking facility
(B) The fast-service restaurant
(C) The extensive exercise facilities
(D) 24-hour, on-call maids


195. What can be inferred about Ms. Escortaz?
(A) She dislikes exercise.
(B) She cannot drive by herself.
(C) She does not like to travel.
(D) She often goes on business trips.


Questions 196-200 refer to the following letters.


The Editor
The Sun City Daily Herald
565 Joy Avenue
Miami, FL 58587


Dear Mr. Proust,


I spoke with your assistant on the phone on Tuesday about the prospect of working
as an intern with The Daily Herald this summer.


In the middle of next year I will graduate, and I am looking to write a few articles
for my portfolio. I will graduate with a double degree in business and journalism.
Ultimately, I aim to become a business journalist. I would cherish the opportunity
to work with your business journalists and editors.


I have enclosed a resume that outlines my work experience in detail. For the last
three months I have been the editor of my university's newspaper. I have also been
active on the freelance journalism scene, writing for numerous small publications,
including The City Free Press as their entertainment journalist. I look forward to


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speaking with you in detail.


Sincerely,


Nadine Bailey
Nadine Bailey


Nadine Bailey
72 Links Ave
Miami, FL 58226


Dear Ms. Bailey,


Thank you for your letter and resume. We are always keen on giving bright, young
and motivated graduates a start in working life. We are very impressed with your
qualifications and attitude.


Unfortunately, we cannot offer you anything with our business team. However, we
have an opening in our entertainment section. I am very happy to tell you this
position is more than a trainee/intern role. It is a staff writer's position with all the
benefits that come with being a full-time journalist. Your work with The City Free
Press has come to the attention of Jim Haskell, our entertainment editor. He thinks
you would be ideal for the job. Please contact Jim or our human resources
department to further discuss this opportunity.


Yours truly,
Greg Rose Proust
Editor and Chief, The Sun City Daily Herald




196. What does Ms. Bailey hope to do?
(A) Direct an advertising campaign
(B) Train at a newspaper
(C) Post her resume online
(D) Manage the company


197. What previous experience does Ms. Bailey have?
(A) A freelance entertainment writer
(B) A marketing assistant for a company


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(C) A business and finance journalist
(D) An online marketer


198. What news does Mr. Proust give Ms. Bailey?
(A) She does not have enough work experience.
(B) The newspaper has no openings on the business team.
(C) She needs more education to qualify for the job.
(D) The company is currently not offering any part-time jobs.


199. Why should Ms. Bailey contact Jim Haskell?
(A) To extend the contract
(B) To obtain work documents
(C) To submit the application form
(D) To learn about an opportunity


200. In the first letter, the word "aim" in paragraph 2, line 2 is closest in meaning
to
(A) consider
(B) acknowledge
(C) intend
(D) urge




Stop! This is the end of the test. If you finish before time is called, you may go back
to Parts V, VI and VII and check your work.




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