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1. MARCH - NEW TOEIC Part 5 / 6 / 7
Part 5 + Part 6: finis !itin "# $in%t&s
101. Every Saturday afternoon in a parking lot on
Cedar Street, collectors come to _______ off
their prized vintage cars.
(a sho!
(" turn
(c hold
(d !atch
10#. Every"ody _______ has a company$issued
cellular phone should e$mail their name and
phone num"er to Cassandra %iller "y & '.%.
tomorro!.
(a !ho
(" !hom
(c !hich
(d !here
10(. )he most _______complaint among the staff
is not having enough opportunities for
professional development.
(a common
(" commonly
(c is common
(d is commonly
10*. +ecause this month has "een unusually
_______, my team and , have "een a"le to take
the time to clean out file ca"inets and archive old
pro-ect materials.
(a slo!
(" "usy
(c late
(d active
10&. )he num"er of people su"mitting ne!
_______ for -o"less aid dropped "y 11,000 last
!eek.
(a claim
(" claims
(c claimed
(d claiming
10.. /hen !e _______ the !orld0s economic
development on a timeline !e can see periods in
!hich certain "usiness sectors e1perienced an
economic "oom.
(a e1amine
(" e1amines
(c e1amining
(d e1amination
102. +usiness !as slo! overall on /all Street
this spring, "ut 3ichardson 4oldings still
_______ to sho! strong results.
(a earned
(" spread
(c traded
(d managed
105. )he _______ retail price for the shoe polish
is 6(.77, roughly #& percent lo!er than other
shoe polishes currently on the market.
(a suggest
(" suggested
(c suggesting
(d suggestion
107. )he "oard !ill take until %onday to choose
"et!een t!o competing "ids8 one from 9eptune,
and the _______ from an unnamed 3ussian
conglomerate.
(a ever
(" other
(c either
(d neither
110. 'olitical leaders have reached an _______
on a health "ill that !ill e1tend health coverage to
millions of :mericans.
(a agree
(" agreed
(c agreeing
(d agreement
111. )he meeting !ith %r. ;im _______ until
)uesday, <ecem"er 1&th, at #800 p.m.
(a postponed
(" had postponed
(c has postponed
(d has "een postponed
11#. )he report noted that agriculture consumes
_______ 7& percent of all the !ater humans use.
(a !idely
(" foully
(c roughly
(d pu"licly
11(. Consumer confidence fell in :ugust to its
lo!est _______ since 9ovem"er #00*.
(a point
(" price
(c attendance
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(d enrollment
11*. <aniel 'eterson, )rapani0s ne! CE=, has
_______ to hold company$!ide meetings every
three months.
(a promise
(" promises
(c promised
(d promising
11&. )he hotel provides free shuttle _______ to
the train station and the airport.
(a room
(" service
(c "aggage
(d shipping
11.. )he su"ur"s north and east of the city may
get as much as eleven inches of _______ "y
tomorro! morning.
(a sno!
(" sno!s
(c sno!ed
(d sno!ing
112. >overnor 4ester sees small "usiness as the
"est hope for _______ the state0s economy.
(a revitalize
(" revitalized
(c revitalizing
(d revitalization
115. ?ou cannot, as a manager, _______ entirely
on statistics to gauge employee performance,
"ecause statistics can often "e misleading.
(a rely
(" trust
(c e1pect
(d convince
117. %ore of the !orld0s hot chiles _______ from
Central %e1ico than from any other part of the
!orld.
(a eat
(" come
(c made
(d gro!
1#0. )he city0s median real estate prices declined
(.* percent this year, according to an _______ "y
the 4ome 3ealty %arket 3eport.
(a analyze
(" analysis
(c analyzed
(d analyzing
1#1. )he value of _______ mid$sized cars that
get good mileage has soared alongside the rising
price of gasoline.
(a use
(" uses
(c used
(d using
1##. @ohn =0Connell recommends that !e
_______ to a ne! anti$virus soft!are package.
(a delete
(" s!itch
(c replace
(d purchase
1#(. 4effitter ,nc. strongly encourages its
_______ to use all their vacation days.
(a employ
(" employees
(c employing
(d employment
1#*. %r. 4ansen !as "orn in <enmark, gre! up
in >ermany, !ent to university in England,
_______ earned his la! degree in the Anited
States.
(a or
(" so
(c and
(d also
1#&. 3ent for a one$"edroom apartment in the
center of to!n _______ 6700 per month.
(a averages
(" is average
(c !as averaged
(d has an average
1#.. )he +ookstore !ill close for inventory on
)hursday at noonB !e !ill open in the morning as
usual "ut no "ooks !ill "e sold _______ noon.
(a after
(" since
(c almost
(d "esides
1#2. 'eel the potatoes into thin slices and lay
them on a "aking sheet, overlapping them
slightly, until the sheet is _______.
(a cover
(" covers
(c covered
(d covering
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1#5. :pril is a special time _______ the colorful
landscapes of 4olland, !henC tulip seasonD is in
full "loomE
(a e1perienced
(" e1periencing
(c to e1perience
(d have e1perienced
1#7. )he >)&00 is designed to operate normally
in temperatures _______ from $10FC to *0FC.
(a ranging
(" heating
(c freezing
(d operating
1(0. Students cannot leave the li"rary to return to
the classroom or to go to any other area in the
"uilding !ithout _______ from the li"rarian.
(a permit
(" permitted
(c permission
(d permitting
1(1. :ll _______ !ith the client must "e cleared
!ith +ar"ara Sommers in the legal department.
(a statements
(" transmission
(c communication
(d announcements
1(#. +oulder College is actively recruiting
professors !ho are !ell$kno!n in _______
fields.
(a his
(" its
(c those
(d their
1((. Gife in the City, Huentin 9agano0s first
al"um in five years, _______ in stores and online
on :ugust 1&th.
(a to release
(" has released
(c is a release
(d !ill "e released
1(*. )o ensure that the !ork is completed
_______ the deadline, , recommend hiring a part$
time assistant for %s. %arshall.
(a "y
(" of
(c in
(d over
1(&. +ronson0s firm is moving to a larger suite in
the same office to!er !here it is _______
located.
(a mostly
(" largely
(c recently
(d currently
1(.. /ichita, ;ansas is to civil aviation _______
<etroit used to "e to automo"iles8 the center of
the industry.
(a !hat
(" !hen
(c !here
(d !hich
1(2. ,f you are thinking a"out _______ to the
"each for the !eekend, don0t miss /+9C0s up$
to$the$minute !eather forecasts.
(a go
(" gone
(c going
(d to go
1(5. Simon Capital o!ns interests in several local
malls, including the Springfield and %ontgomery
malls, !hich have "een seeing steady _______ in
sales.
(a decline
(" declines
(c declined
(d declining
1(7. _______ many teaching hospitals have
moved to!ard privatization, the government still
o!ns most of the nation0s medical centers.
(a Anlike
(" <espite
(c :lthough
(d )hroughout
1*0. Stock prices surged yesterday, as _______
that t!o companies !ere seeking to "uy +enko,
,nc. raised investors0 hopes.
(a a report
(" to report
(c !as reported
(d !ere reporting
'%&sti(ns 1)1-1)# refer to the follo!ing letter.
THI* WEE+ IN ART
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Connected "y history "ut more than an ocean a!ay, the Canary ,slands and San :ntonio are getting to
kno! each other "etter _______ cultural e1changes.
1*1. (a under
(" a"out
(c to!ard
(d through
Some of _______ city0s earliest =ld /orld settlers arrived from the Canary ,slands in 12(1, and their
surnames live on in the names of our streets and neigh"orhoods $ as !ell as in some of our residentsE.
1*#. (a a
(" the
(c each
(d those
Ior this year0s Iotoseptiem"re Iestival, seven contemporary photographers from the Canary ,slands are
set to attend a reception from . to 5 '.%. )uesday for their e1hi"it,C : =-o <e Canario.D )heir photos
!ill "e on _______ through 9ovem"er (0 at the San :ntonio.
1*(. (a camera
(" display
(c ceremony
(d attendance
'%&sti(ns 1))-1)6 refer to the follo!ing letter.
)o8C Steve CashmanD
Irom8C ,van CockerD
<ate8 %onday, Ie"ruary 1#, #0$$ 780& p.m.
Su"-ect8 3e8 Jideo 'resentation
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
4i Steve,
3egarding the technology you !ant to use on your upcoming /e"$"ased video presentation, , think you
are on the right track. , kno! that, theoretically at least, it is possi"le to use @avaScript to control a video
player !hen it is em"edded in a /e" page. , have also _______ that it0s not likely to !ork across different
"ro!sers and platforms $ "ut it0s pro"a"ly okay in an intranet environment !here you can control the
delivery media.
1**. (a hear
(" heard
(c hears
(d hearing
:s for integrating te1t _______ your video, this is fairly simple, "ut should not "e done !ith @avaScript.
)he easy !ay to do it is to re$edit the video !ith the !ords superimposed, and then re$e1port the video.
1*&. (a so
(" !ith
(c over
(d among
, am availa"le to take on either or "oth of these pro-ects, so if you decide to go for!ard !ith this !ork,
-ust let me _______.
1*.. (a kno!
(" kno!n
(c kno!ing
(d kno!ledge
'%&sti(ns 1)7-1), refer to the follo!ing letter.
>E) &0K =II )4E SA9<:? ':'E3
/hen ?ou 'urchase ?our Iavorite %agazineE
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+eginning Ie"ruary 12, _______ the <enver E1press 9e!s every Sunday for &0K off the ne!sstand
price !hen you purchase one of these magazines at a participating IE3 >rocery Store8
L 9atural Gife
L %en0s Huarterly
L <enver )onightE
L Cooking.
1*2. (a receive
(" receives
(c received
(d receiving
9ot only !ill you get your favorite magazine, "ut you !ill _______ en-oy the Sunday paper,
1*5. (a too
(" also
(c either
(d "esides s
!hich comes packed !ith money$saving coupons, fascinating features, the latest sports highlights and in$
depth ne!s _______E
)alk a"out a super SundayE Stop "y your local IE3 todayE
1*7. (a story
(" article
(c coverage
(d reporter
'%&sti(ns 15--15" refer to the follo!ing letter.
>lacier 3eal Estate
'.=. +o1 #0#501
4elena, %) &7.#0
:ugust #, #0M
3o"erta Jan Stansen
##& Cruise :venue
4elena, %) &7.01
<ear %s. Jan Stansen,
, am a real estate "roker !ith >lacier 3eal Estate and _______ had a client call me regarding a %ontana
CityNEast 4elena property that is listed in your name. )he property is located at8
1&0. (a daily
(" clearly
(c rapidly
(d recently
1 @ackson Creek 3oad
%ontana City, %ontana %) &7.(*
%y client is very _______ in e1ploring the possi"ility of purchasing this property from you. ,f this is of
interest to you, , !ould appreciate you contacting me at your earliest convenience. ?ou can call me at
(*0. *&5$55*0.
1&1. (a open
(" pro"a"le
(c concerned
(d interested
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)hank you very much for your _______. , look for!ard to hearing from you soon.
1&#. (a vendor
(" proposal
(c attention
(d possession
+est 3egards,
4arper 3athmann
>lacier 3eal Estate
Part 7 : finis !itin "" $in%t&s
Stereo City0s 9e! CE= :lters 3eporting 'lans
,n his first pu"lic move as Stereo City Corp.0s ne! chief e1ecutive, 3o"ert +erumen scrapped Ouarterly
chats !ith industry analysts.
,nstead of conducting Ouarterly conference calls, the company !ill provide financial results "y issuing aC
comprehensive press release.D ,ndustry analyst and television host <onna 9ees commented thatC
increasingly, companies are a"andoning the conference calls !ith analysts.D
)he consumer electronics retailer also said it !ill communicate details on its progress strictly through
Ouarterly ne!s releases and reOuired government filings.
Stereo City spokesman >reg Gively said that the company !ould announce second Ouarter financial
results on @uly #1.
1&(. 4o! !ill Stereo City release its Ouarterly
reportsP
(a =n its /e" site
(" ,n a conference call
(c )hrough a press release
(d Jia a live television "roadcast
1&*. /ho made the decision to change the !ay
results are reportedP
(a <onna 9ees
(" >reg Gively
(c )he ne! CE=
(d : consultant
+en-amin /atson Senior Center
1#0 /est %ain Street
St. Gouis, %=
@anuary ##, #0M
3ichards Q Geeds :ccounting Services
&&0 #nd :venue
St. Gouis, %=
)o our friends at 3ichards and Geeds :ccounting Services,
=n "ehalf of our e1ecutive "oard and all our mem"ers , !ould like to thank you for your continued
support of the +en-amin /atson Senior Center.
:s you kno!, the +en-amin /atson Senior Center provides essential services to senior citizens
throughout the metropolitan St. Gouis area, and is funded entirely through local contri"utions. ?our
continued support allo!s us to continue to fulfill our mission.
)hank you again for your donations throughout the year. /e look for!ard to seeing you at this year0s
community spaghetti dinner, to "e held %arch 17th at the center.
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+est regards,
:nthony ;lein, <irector
+en-amin /atson Senior Center
1&&. /hy has :nthony ;lein !ritten this letterP
(a )o announce an upcoming fundraising event
(" )o thank a supporter for making a donation
(c )o ask for money to support a senior center
(d )o announce the results of a fundraising
drive
1&.. /hat is learned a"out the +en-amin
/atson Senior CenterP
(a ,t is cele"rating an anniversary.
(" ,t is having financial difficulties.
(c ,t is allied !ith a national net!ork.
(d ,t is supported entirely "y donations.
>ot >asP
,f you !ould like to speak to someone a"out converting your home to )immler natural gas heat or are
interested in natural gas products, call 1$500$>:S$7777, e1t. 2.. ?ou can also go to
!!!.timmlerenergydelivery.com or fill out and return this reply card. : representative !ill contact you
!ithin a !eek.
9ame8 ________
:ddress8 ___________________________________________
City8 ________ State ________ Rip ________
)elephone (___ _______________
+est time to call ________ :.%. ________ '.%.
, am interested in natural gas for8
___ 4eating ___ Cooking
___ /ater heater ___ Clothes <ryer
___ >as fireplace ___ =utdoor grill
___ 'ool heater ___ =ther8 _________________
/hat is the appro1imate age of your furnace or "oilerP
___ Gess than 10 years
___ %ore than 10 years
)immler Energy <elivery
L =ffers on natural gas heating eOuipment only availa"le to homeo!ners in +rooklyn, Hueens, Staten
,sland, and Gong ,sland !here )immler Energy <elivery gas service is availa"le, and !ho already use
natural gas in their homes "ut not for heating. Customer is reOuired to pay for the installation of the
heating eOuipment. :ll programs and incentives are su"-ect to change and some restrictions may apply.
1&2. /hy !ould someone call 1$500$>:S$
7777P
(a )o schedule a furnace delivery
(" )o file a complaint a"out service
(c )o discuss pro"lems related to "illing
(d )o arrange for natural gas service for a
residence
1&5. /hat information does the form ask
people forP
(a )he age of their heating eOuipment
(" )he account num"er they are inOuiring a"out
(c )he date and time that the pro"lem occurred
(d )he num"er of people !ho use the !ater
heater each day.
1&7. /hat is a restriction on the offer descri"ed
in the formP
(a Customers must agree to a #$year service
agreement.
(" Employees of )immler Energy <elivery are
not eligi"le.
(c 4omeo!ners must currently use gas for
purposes other than heating.
(d :ll eOuipment deliveries must "e made
during regular "usiness hours
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Irom8 Sean 9ovak
)o8 :ll Employees
<ate8 %onday, %arch #0
Su"-ect8 Jisiting Science 3eserves Coordinator
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%olly Eakins from Science 'eriodicals 3eserves !ill "e setting up shop here in the +usiness School
Gi"rary starting @anuary 15, #0$$. She !ill "e !orking here during the duration of the construction of the
,nterdisciplinary Science +uilding, !hich !ill "e going up right ne1t door to us.
%olly !ill "e located in the +usiness 'eriodicals 3eserves unit and !ill "e availa"le %onday through
Iriday 7 a.m. $ *8(0 p.m. %any of her afternoons !ill "e spent on the construction site, so she has
suggested that people !ho need to see her might have "etter luck in the morning. 4er telephone and e$
mail address !ill remain the same.
1.0. /hat does the e$mail announceP
(a )he hiring of a ne! coordinator
(" )he creation of a ne! -o" position
(c )he start of a construction pro-ect
(d )he temporary relocation of a staff mem"er.
1.1. /hat is learned a"out the +usiness School
Gi"raryP
(a ,t does not have a periodicals reserve section.
(" ,t has the same coordinator as the Science
Gi"rary.
(c ,t is ne1t door to the ,nterdisciplinary
Science +uilding.
(d ,t !ill "e undergoing construction "eginning
in early @anuary
1.#. /hat does the e$mail suggest that people
doP
(a 3eserve periodicals "y telephone or email
(" )ry to reach %olly Eakins on !eekday
mornings
(c %ake note of %olly Eakins0s ne! contact
information
(d +orro! science periodicals through the
"usiness li"rary
Spelling +ee Slated for %ay #0 at /e"" 4igh School
)he 'arents :ction Committee on Gife :cademic Concerns (':C$G:C is preparing for its 15th annual
spelling "ee.
,t is open to children in first through seventh grades and !ill "e held at 108*& :.%. on %ay #0th in the
auditorium at /e"" 4igh School, 105 %c'herson :venue. )he registration fee is 610 per student.
,f you are interested in enrolling a child, you must complete a registration form and return it along !ith
the registration fee (check or money order $ please do not send cash paya"le to ':C$G:C !ith a self$
addressed, stamped envelopeB one registration per envelope.
Iorms and information are availa"le "y calling :lfred Soler at 212$7052 "et!een 2 '.%. and 7 '.%.
%onday through Iriday. )he registration deadline is %onday, %ay 1&th.
%ail completed forms to ':C$G:C, '.=. +o1 #2&&&, Gansing, %, *5710.
Spelling +ee sample !ord lists, rules, rehearsal dates, and schedule !ill "e mailed upon receipt of the
registration fee.
)here !ill "e no refunds.
1.(. /hat is ':C$G:CP
(a : parents0 organization
(" : committee of academics
(c )he name of /e"" 4igh School0s spelling
team
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(d )he company that is sponsoring the spelling
"ee
1.*. /ho is eligi"le to participate in the
Spelling +eeP
(a Children in grades 1$2
(" Students aged 1. and under
(c :ll /e"" 4igh School students
(d :ll children enrolled in :lfred Soler0s
program.
1.&. /hat !ill "e sent out after the registration
fee is paidP
(a : t$shirt
(" : registration receipt
(c )he rules for the contest
(d )he directions to the event
)he /orld0s +est )elephone 4eadsets
)he =lassen /ireless )elephone 4eadset represents a revolution in telephone headset design.
Every headset contains t!o em"edded microphones. )he first microphone picks up every nuance in your
voice "efore transmissionB the second microphone filters out un!anted "ackground noise. )he result is an
enhanced signal that sounds even "etter than face$to$face conversation.
)his revolutionary microphone technology is further enhanced "y a speaker that includes "ase
amplification, so you hear the full voice of the person on the other end of the line.
Iind the nearest =lassen retail outlet at !!!.olassenacoustics.com, or call 1$555$5*&$7000.
1... /hat is a feature of the =lassen /ireless
)elephone 4eadsetP
(a ,t has t!o microphones.
(" ,t has ad-usta"le headphones.
(c ,t has light!eight earphones.
(d ,t has a digital volume control.
1.2. /hat claim is made a"out the =lassen
/ireless )elephone 4eadsetP
(a ,t fits comforta"ly on any adult.
(" ,t !orks !ith any !ireless telephone.
(c ,t !as originally developed for the music
industry.
(d ,t produces "etter sound than face$to$face
conversation.
1.5. 4o! can the =lassen /ireless )elephone
4eadset "e purchasedP
(a )hrough a /e" site
(" :t =lassen retail outlets
(c )hrough the =lassen catalog
(d :t several department stores
%E%=3:9<A%
Irom8 %ichael Santucci, Senior J', 43
)o8 :ll Slater Systems Employees
Sent8 %onday, Septem"er 15, #0$$ *801 '.%.
Su"-ect8 Slater Systems :nnual Compensation Statement
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Iello! employees,
/ithin the ne1t !eek, you !ill "e receiving in your home mail a confidential, personalized Compensation
Statement from Slater Systems. )he feed"ack !e received from employees on these statements last year
!as very positive and indicated that !e should continue to issue these statements on an annual "asis.
?our Compensation Statement details the many items that make up your total compensation, including
your "ase salary, the employer$paid portion of your health "enefits, the Slater Systems 3etirement 'lan
and the Company0s matching contri"ution to the Slater Systems *01(k Savings 'lan. 'lease take the time
to revie! your Statement carefully.
:lthough , am certain that you !ill find the Compensation Statement helpful, !e !ould like to hear your
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opinion. 'lease call or e$mail your local 4uman 3esources department or me !ith your thoughts or
Ouestions.
Sincerely,
%ichael Santucci
Senior J', 43
Slater Systems
1.7. /hat is learned a"out %ichael SantucciP
(a 4e is a ne! employee.
(" 4e is the CE= of Slater Systems.
(c 4e has reOuested a Compensation Statement.
(d 4e !orks in the 4uman 3esources
department.
120. 4o! !ill employees receive their
Compensation StatementsP
(a +y e$mail
(" +y regular mail
(c +y accessing a company /e" site
(d +y meeting !ith their supervisors
121. /hat can "e inferred a"out the
Compensation StatementsP
(a Employees find them useful.
(" )hey are "eing discontinued.
(c Employees must reOuest them.
(d )hey are updated t!ice a year.
12#. /hat is learned a"out Slater SystemsP
(a ,t contri"utes to its employees0 retirement
accounts.
(" ,t has recently changed its employee "enefits
package.
(c ,t conducts salary revie!s for all employees
annually.
(d ,t is planning to reduce "enefits to certain
employees.
<i1ie 3ose %akes :nother Stride in 3ecovery
)he St. Gouis <er"y !inner <i1ie 3ose had the cast changed on his "roken hind leg, his veterinarian said
yesterday, and the plates and scre!s that !ere inserted three !eeks ago appear to "e !orking.
)he first cast, !hich !as placed on <i1ie 3ose0s leg after four hours of surgery on %ay #1, !as removed
under general anesthesia, the Aniversity of %issouri School of Jeterinary %edicine0s Skroll Center said in
a ne!s release.
C4is leg looks e1cellent,D <r. <e"ra >regory said in the release. She added that the incision had healed
!ell and the graft !as taking.
<r. >regory implanted a plate and #2 scre!s to help the ankle fuse a day after <i1ie 3ose fell during the
4ollo!ay Stakes race in Charleston, South Carolina.
C:ll of the implants look unchanged,D <r. >regory said.C )he prognosis is good. ,t0s unlikely he !ill race
again, "ut the leg should recover fully.D
<i1ie 3ose, a three$year$old colt, remains in the intensive care unit at the hospital in Colum"ia, %=.
12(. /hat is learned a"out <i1ie 3oseP
(a 4e !on the St. Gouis <er"y.
(" 4e !on three of his last four races.
(c 4e !as una"le to start the 4ollo!ay Stakes.
(d 4e !as not e1pected to !in the 4ollo!ay
Stakes.
12*. /ho is <e"ra >regoryP
(a : horse trainer
(" <i1ie 3ose0s o!ner
(c )he head of the Skroll Center
(d )he doctor treating <i1ie 3ose.
12&. 4o! can <i1ie 3ose0s condition "e
descri"edP
(a :s critical
(" :s recovered
(c :s improving
(d :s unchanging.
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12.. /hat information is 9=) mentioned in the
articleP
(a 4o! old <i1ie 3ose is
(" 4o! <i1ie 3ose "ecame in-ured
(c 4o! <i1ie 3ose0s in-ury !as treated
(d 4o! much <i1ie 3ose has earned in
!innings.
)o8
Irom8
<ate8 9ovem"er *, #0$$ #8*0815 '% ES)
Su"-ect8 S:,ET ?our mem"ership ,< card !ill "e mailed !ithin the ne1t !eek
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<ear @ack %cCarrol,
/e are sending you this e$mail message to confirm that your mem"ership ,< cardNreceipt has "een
printed and !ill "e mailed !ithin the ne1t !eek. /e apologize for delays in processing recently as !e
upgraded our mem"ership system.
,f you !ould like an electronic copy of your receipt e$mailed to you (in addition to the printed receipt
already on its !ay, please let us kno!.
,f you have any Ouestions a"out your mem"ership, please contact us at mem"ersUaie.org or telephone
20($5(.$0..# (toll free in the Anited States8 555$&*2$##7.. )hank you for "eing part of :,EE
Sincerely,
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122. /hy has this e$mail "een sentP
(a )o descri"e the "enefits of :,E mem"ership
(" )o reOuest additional personal information
(c )o apologize for sending something to the
!rong person
(d )o e1plain that a delay in processing has
"een resolved.
125. /hat can "e inferred a"out @ack
%cCarrolP
(a 4e -oined :,E online.
(" 4e recently -oined :,E.
(c 4e runs his o!n engineering firm.
(d 4e !rote a letter of complaint to :,E.
127. /hat information is provided a"out :,EP
(a : fa1 num"er
(" : street address
(c : toll$free phone num"er
(d : direct num"er to the manager0s office.
150. /hat is offered to @ack %cCarrol in the
emailP
(a :ccess to a mem"ers$only /e" site
(" :n electronic version of his receipt
(c ,nformation a"out upcoming mem"ers only
events
(d : free listing of his "usiness in the
mem"ership directory.
Circulation at the top 10 ne!spapers
:verage paid !eekday circulation of the 10 largest A.S. ne!spapers for the . months ended @une (0
and percentage change from the same period a year ago8
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)he /all Street 3eport #,0*7,25. $1.00
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)he 9e! ?ork %essenger 1,1*#,*.* 0.0&
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Gos :ngeles 4erald 5&1,5(# $&.*0
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)he /ashington 9e!s 2#*,#*# $(.22
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9e! ?ork <aily Star 205,*22 $(.2&
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9e! ?ork )ri"une .2(,(57 0.05
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Chicago Chronicle &27,027 1.11
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4ouston +ulletin &1#,555 $*.11
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)he 'hoeni1 >lo"e *(5,2.& (.11
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Irom8 ;enneth +ehan, %anaging Editor, ;el"yville <ispatch
)o8 Editorial and reporting staff
<ate8 :pril 5, #0M
3e8 Circulation num"ers
:ttachments8 circulation.doc
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:ll,
,0ve sent you this clipping from the AS: <aily on ne!spaper circulation to make a point. /e have
"een feeling pressure from a"ove to increase circulation. +ut this year0s num"ers are up t!o percent
compared to last year0sE )hat is magnificent !hen you consider that firstly, our population "ase here
in the ;el"yville area has actually shrunk "y four percent in the last yearB and secondly, almost none
of the ma-or ne!spapers in the nation are doing as !ell as !e are. So , !ant to say congratulations to
every"ody. ?ou are doing terrific, terrific !ork and , am !ell a!are of it.
;eep it up.
151. /hat does the ta"le sho!P
(a )he percent change in circulation from a year
earlier.
(" )he percentage of market share each
ne!spaper controls.
(c )he annual revenue generated "y !eekday
ne!spaper sales.
(d )he total num"er of ne!spapers sold over
the past . months.
15#. /hich ne!spaper sho!ed the largest
percentage drop in circulationP
(a AS: <aily
(" Gos :ngeles 4erald
(c 4ouston +ulletin
(d )he 'hoeni1 >lo"e.
15(. 4o! can the circulation of the 9e! ?ork
)ri"une "e descri"edP
(a :s unsteady
(" :s varia"le
(c :s improved
(d :s unchanged.
15*. /hat does ;enneth +ehan imply a"out his
ne!spaperP
(a ,ts sales are gro!ing faster than e1pected.
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(" ,ts circulation figures compare favora"ly to
other ne!spapers.
(c ,ts !riters and reporters !ork harder than
those at other ne!spapers.
(d ,ts audience is different from most of the
area0s other daily ne!spapers.
15&. /hat does %r. +ehan point out a"out his
ne!spaperP
(a ,t has !on more a!ards than the AS: <aily
has.
(" ,ts online version no! has more readers than
its print version.
(c ,ts circulation has gone up even as its
customer "ase has decreased.
(d ,t has a smaller population "ase than most
ne!spapers !ith similar circulation.
9e! )ravel Statistics 3eleased
A.S. airline passengers last year arrived late to their destinations and lost their luggage more often than
passengers in previous years, yet complained less freOuently, according to statistics released last Iriday
"y the A.S. <epartment of :ir )ransportation.
:ccording to the department0s report, 2& percent of all passenger airplanes last year failed to arrive on
time. :irplanes the previous year had a 22 percent on$time arrival rate. :dditionally, there !ere ..2
reports of lost or damaged "aggage for every 1,000 passengers, up from ... reports per 1,000 the previous
year. )hat statistic has risen steadily since #00#.
:mong national carriers, Colorado :irlines and SkyClear :ir had the lo!est rates of mishandled
"aggage, !hile 9ortheast :tlantic and +)+ :irlines reported the highest. )he report also found that
Colorado and Gimitless :ir had the highest on$time arrival rates, !hile the lo!est !ere recorded "y
@et4igh :ir and Sky!ard :ir.
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Cincinnati 5(.1*
Salt Gake City 5#.5#
'hoeni1 50.#2
+est airports for on$time departures8
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Salt Gake City 5&..5
Cincinnati 5*.*5
San <iego 5#.*#
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Chicago .5.#(
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'ercentage of on$time departures8
Chicago .5.5*
:tlanta 21..1
9e!ark 21.52
15.. /hat statistic has risen annually since
#00#P
(a )he num"er of late arrivals
(" )he num"er of airline passengers
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(c )he num"er of lost or damaged "ags
(d )he num"er of passenger complaints.
152. /hich of the follo!ing airlines reported
the fe!est mishandled "agsP
(a @et4igh :ir
(" +)+ :irlines
(c SkyClear :ir
(d 9ortheast :tlantic.
155. /hat is implied a"out Colorado :irP
(a ,t had pro"lems in several areas.
(" ,t reported the fe!est customer complaints.
(c ,t had more passengers than most other
airlines.
(d ,t !as "etter than most of its rivals in several
categories
157. /hat !as reported as the highest
percentage rate for on$ time departuresP
(a .#.&.
(" .5.5*
(c 5(.1*
(d 5&..5.
170. /hich airport reported the !orst on$time
arrival rateP
(a 9e!ark
(" Chicago
(c 'hoeni1
(d Cincinnati.
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+rendan,
, think , found the perfect activity for %r. %endoza !hen he0s visiting the 4onolulu offices ne1t month.
Check out this /e" site8 !!!.oahusharkadventure.com
)his might seem a little e1treme, "ut !e all kno! ho! much %r. %endoza loves the ocean and scu"a
diving. /e "ring him scu"a diving on every trip he takes out here. +ut , also kno! that he0s fascinated "y
sharks. )he last time he !as in 4a!aii he !as reading a "ook a"out them and !ould "ring them up in
conversation every chance he had. So , think this !ould "e perfect for him $ something different "ut
something he !ould en-oy very much.
%y "rother$in$la! !ent on a shark adventure through =ahu Shark :dventure !hen my sister and her
family came to visit me last summer. 4e said it !as very safe, very !ell organized, and an e1perience that
he !ill never forget.
So !hat do you thinkP 'erhaps !e can discuss the idea !ith the !hole team on )hursday. /e can find
out if !e have any volunteers to go on a shark$vie!ing adventure !ith %r. %endoza $ if !e0re all in
agreement that it0s a good idea.
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@ung$!ha
171. /hat information does the advertisement
provideP
(a : list of prices
(" : schedule of times
(c 3ecommended sites for visitors
(d EOuipment and e1perience reOuirements.
17#. /hy has @ung$!ha !ritten the noteP
(a )o recommend a hotel for %r. %endoza
(" )o suggest an activity for %r. %endoza
(c )o ask a"out %r. %endoza0s travel plans
(d )o inform +rendan a"out %r. %endoza0s
proposal.
17(. /hat can "e inferred a"out %r. %endozaP
(a 4e is moving to 4onolulu.
(" 4e is !riting a travel "ook.
(c 4e !ill "e visiting his "rother$in$la!.
(d 4e has traveled to 4a!aii several times.
17*. /hat does @ung$!ha suggest doingP
(a <elaying a schedule meeting
(" <iscussing her idea in a meeting
(c Calling %r. %endoza at his office
(d Studying %r. %endoza0s proposal further.
17&. ,n the note, the phraseC Check outD in
paragraph 1, line #, is closest in meaning to
(a pay for
(" look at
(c leave out
(d ask a"out.
Staff 'rofile8 <r. >reen
@oseph >reen, professor of chemical engineering, is an e1pert on interfacial processes, particularly on the
development and application of 1$ray scattering techniOues for on$site studies of mineral$fluid interfaces.
>reen earned "achelor0s and master0s degrees, as !ell as his 17.0 'h.<. in chemical engineering, at the
Aniversity of ,ndiana. :fter four years at the Jivine1 Corporation, he -oined the faculty of 4averton
Aniversity in 17.(. 4e left 4averton in 175# to "ecome senior scientific advisor at 'etro Energy
Corporate 3esearch Ga"s, and -oined Staunton Aniversity0s Chemical Engineering <epartment as
professor in 1752.
>reen !as elected to the A.S. Engineering Council in 1770.
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Anited Chemical Ga"oratories
1000 Corporate <rive
Gacy, 9% 5#1**
Ie"ruary 10, #0M
@oseph >reen, 'h.<.
Chemical Engineering <epartment
College of Chemistry
Staunton Aniversity
%enlo 'ark, C: 7*0#&
<ear 'rofessor >reen,
,n light of your reno!ned research and your contri"utions in the area of mineral$fluid interfaces, !e
!ould like to formally invite you to serve as an ,nvited Speaker at the upcoming ,nterfacial 'rocess
Symposium, to "e held at Anited Chemical Ga"oratories, in Gacy, 9.%., on %ay 1&.
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/e hope your lecture !ill include a discussion of trends and current developments in V$ray scattering
technology. /e !ill provide roundtrip airfare, hotel accommodation, roundtrip airport transportation, as
!ell as an honorarium of AS 6500.
,f you are !illing to accept our offer, !e !ould appreciate you contacting us "efore :pril 1. , also !ill
need your up$to$date curriculum vitae, and a "rief a"stract of our talk for inclusion in the conference
proceedings. 'lease let us kno! if you !ill need to use a computer, overhead pro-ector, or other display
technology. /e !ill "e happy to arrange for copying any handouts you may have.
?our contri"ution to this symposium !ould "e of enormous "enefit to all the participants.
'lease do not hesitate to contact me if you have any concerns andNor suggestions.
?ours sincerely,
+ruce 9agy, 'h.<.
<irector of Corporate 3esearch
Anited Chemical Ga"oratories
17.. /hat is learned a"out <r. >reenP
(a 4e occasionally !orks as an advisor for
private corporations.
(" 4e has spent his entire career studying
mineral $ fluid interfaces.
(c 4e received his graduate and undergraduate
degrees from the same university.
(d 4e "egan !orking at Staunton Aniversity
shortly after o"taining his doctorate.
172. /hat is listed as one of <r. >reen0s
accomplishmentsP
(a /inning a national engineering a!ard
(" Iounding a scientific research institute
(c <eveloping an important research techniOue
(d Esta"lishing a ne! department for research.
175. /hat is learned a"out the event that <r.
>reen has "een invited to attendP
(a ,t is an annual conference.
(" ,t is "eing held in a university.
(c ,t is sponsored "y a private corporation.
(d ,t is focussed e1clusively on 1$ray scattering
technology.
177. /hich of the follo!ing does +ruce 9agy
9=) offer to do for <r. >reenP
(a 'ay him for his appearance
(" 'ick him up at the airport
(c >ive him a tour of the area
(d %ake copies of his handouts.
#00. /hat does +ruce 9agy ask <r. >reen to
doP
(a 'rovide a copy of his lecture notes
(" 3espond "efore the "eginning of :pril
(c >ive a demonstration of his latest invention
(d Geave time open for Ouestions from the
audience.
AN*WER
101. A 10#. A 10(. A 10*. A 10&. . 10.. A 102. D 105. . 107. . 110. D
111. D 11#. C 11(. A 11*. C 11&. . 11.. A 112. C 115. A 117. . 1#0. .
1#1. C 1##. . 1#(. . 1#*. C 1#&. A 1#.. A 1#2. C 1#5. C 1#7. A 1(0. C
1(1. C 1(#. D 1((. D 1(*. A 1(&. D 1(.. A 1(2. C 1(5. . 1(7. C 1*0. A
1*1. D 1*#. . 1*(. . 1**. . 1*&. . 1*.. A 1*2. A 1*5. . 1*7. C 1&0. D
1&1. D 1&#. C 1&(. C 1&*. C 1&&. . 1&.. D 1&2. D 1&5. A 1&7. C 1.0. D
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1.1. C 1.#. . 1.(. A 1.*. A 1.&. C 1... A 1.2. D 1.5. . 1.7. D 120. .
121. A 12#. A 12(. A 12*. D 12&. C 12.. D 122. D 125. . 127. C 150. .
151. A 15#. . 15(. D 15*. . 15&. C 15.. C 152. C 155. D 157. D 170. A
171. D 17#. . 17(. D 17*. . 17&. . 17.. C 172. C 175. C 177. C #00. .
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1a. MARCH - NEW TOEIC Part 5 / 6 / 7
Part 5 + Part 6: finis !itin "# $in%t&s
101. Children younger than & years old are
_______ free to festival events.
(a admit
(" admitted
(c admission
(d admittedly
10#. Electronics retailer +uyer0s /orld
announced plans to _______ re"ates on soft!are
purchases.
(a forecast
(" transport
(c eliminate
(d compromise
10(. %r. +arry oversa! the development of the
9issan +uilding _______ its initial stages to its
completion.
(a of
(" to
(c from
(d a"out
10*. /C%0s Ouarterly report _______ the gains
the computer company made in its soft!are
division.
(a reflect
(" reflects
(c reflector
(d reflection
10&. +eginning in :ugust, free parking _______
availa"le to anyone taking the commuter train
from >reen City.
(a !ere
(" to "e
(c "eing
(d !ill "e
10.. _______ offices !ere set up in the
conference room until "uilding renovations !ere
completed.
(a )est
(" Iorm
(c ,nvented
(d %akeshift
102. %s. @efferson asked her secretary to
_______ the pamphlets into three categories.
(a separate
(" separation
(c separately
(d separateness
105. _______ most of his co$!orkers, Chris
prefers to arrive early for !ork rather than stay
late.
(a :mong
(" E1cept
(c Anlike
(d Iollo!ing
107. 'lease _______ the te1t to the left side of the
document and place all titles in "old letters.
(a align
(" spell
(c degree
(d contrast
110. _______ individual merchants provide
product prices, Computrade.com is not
responsi"le for inaccurate price information.
(a Ior
(" /hile
(c 4o!ever
(d +ecause
111. Cornell S<V has _______ 6&0 "illion in
assets, making it the largest investment fund in
the market.
(a caused
(" "orro!ed
(c prevented
(d accumulated
11#. Employee contracts are eligi"le for _______
each year.
(a rene!
(" rene!al
(c rene!ed
(d rene!ing
11(. _______ the simplified characters used on
the Chinese mainland, traditional Chinese
characters are used for !riting in )ai!an and
4ong ;ong.
(a :s far as
(" =n "ehalf of
(c ,n regards to
(d ,n contrast to
11*. )he latest issue of )raveler0s %onthly
_______ an article on the magazine0s founder.
(a !rote
(" profits
(c features
(d captures
11&. Storeo!ners removed outdoor signs and
decorations in _______ of the !indstorm.
(a damages
(" relation
(c recovering
(d anticipation
11.. :fter _______ in ,taly for t!o years,
Carmen !as a"le to speak ,talian fluently.
(a live
(" lived
(c living
(d liva"le
112. )he sales ta1 _______ from the =akdale
Shopping =utlets is used to "enefit residents of
=akdale County.
(a revenue
(" display
(c "anOuet
(d language
115. : po!er outage _______ the intersection of
'rospect and Iinnegan 3oads !as reported.
(a out
(" near
(c since
(d during
117. <ue to su"!ay system repairs, service on
line 2 has "een _______ until )uesday.
(a reserved
(" suspended
(c collected
(d distri"uted
1#0. 3ycell Co. _______ its offer to purchase
+uckly$Iinch after reevaluating company
finances.
(a !ithdre!
(" !ithdra!
(c !ithdra!n
(d !ithdra!al
1#1. )he evidence suggests people used the
machine _______ the late 15th century.
(a off
(" plus
(c until
(d "et!een
1##. Critics _______ that the plot of the film !as
too intricate and !ould confuse most moviegoers.
(a favored
(" produced
(c complained
(d appreciated
1#(. Iounded ten years ago, the ?outh %edia
9et!ork _______ the leading source of print and
"roadcast ne!s for adolescents.
(a "ecome
(" "ecomes
(c "ecoming
(d has "ecome
1#*. Carrington %edical >roup offers employees
competitive salaries and "enefits _______.
(a pack
(" packed
(c packers
(d packages
1#&. :s team leader, ?vette is responsi"le for
_______ tasks to team mem"ers.
(a delegating
(" supporting
(c originating
(d participating
1#.. Iormer foot"all player )ito >rimaldi is
_______ a commentator and analyst for )he
9ightly Ioot"all 3ecap.
(a currently
(" carefully
(c purposely
(d personally
1#2. +us schedules are updated freOuently,
_______ check our /e" site for the latest
departure and arrival times.
(a so
(" if
(c neither
(d !hereas
1#5. Employees are not permitted to refund
customer purchases unless _______ "y a manager
or assistant manager.
(a supervise
(" supervised
(c supervisor
(d supervision
1#7. Ior technical Ouestions _______ the Gutan
:ir /e" site, please e$mail helpUlutanair.com or
call our help desk at (71* 222$*(*1C.
(a after
(" to!ard
(c regarding
(d throughout
1(0. <espite the onset of heavy rains, the outdoor
concert !as not _______.
(a cancel
(" cancelled
(c canceling
(d cancellation
1(1. %onthly o"servations are _______ as part of
the employee evaluation process.
(a educated
(" eOuipped
(c installed
(d implemented
1(#. )he Seville >roup must acOuire at least one
more _______ "efore it can purchase the
property.
(a command
(" o"stacle
(c investor
(d demonstration
1((. +akerville0s historic !aterfront _______
thousands of tourists during the summer.
(a attracts
(" attraction
(c attractive
(d attractiveness
1(*. )he state legislature0s most recent la! fines
drivers caught driving more than 10 miles per
hour _______ the speed limit.
(a into
(" a"ove
(c inside
(d against
1(&. ,n neigh"orhoods near universities, _______
a home into a rental property is generally a good
idea.
(a o!ning
(" deciding
(c decorating
(d converting
1(.. _______ @une 1., four more "uses !ill
provide rush$hour service on the 4udson$Cornell
route.
(a <efining
(" +uilding
(c Effective
(d )raveling
1(2. City guides and maps of city landmarks are
availa"le to _______ at the information center.
(a visit
(" visitors
(c visiting
(d visitation
1(5. +y studying under famed pianist 3achel
Irangella, )imothy learned to _______ her
trademark style and techniOue.
(a su"mit
(" distinct
(c reproduce
(d character
1(7. <ale received _______ plane ticket less than
one !eek "efore the conference in %e1ico.
(a he
(" his
(c him
(d himself
1*0. Ginks.com !as discredited follo!ing reports
that some articles _______ e1aggerated facts.
(a trained
(" contained
(c succeeded
(d entertained
'%&sti(ns 1)1-1)# refer to the follo!ing letter.
Irom8 Jictoria +lanche
)o8 <epartment managers
Su"-ect8 =rdering schedule
+eginning :ugust #(, the administrative department !ill implement a ne! policy regarding office supply
orders. =rders !ill no longer "e placed irregularly, "ut !ill instead conform to a schedule.
:ll department managers should make a list of the supplies needed "y their employees and _______ an
order form for their department.
1*1. (a complete
(" completed
(c completion
(d completeness
<epartment managers !ill have the a"ility to approve or _______ order reOuests they deem e1cessive or
unnecessary.
1*#. (a prove
(" apply
(c re-ect
(d permit
=rders for ne! supplies !ill "e placed on the last %onday of every month. Supply reOuest forms must "e
received from department managers _______ the preceding Iriday at the latest.
1*(. (a "y
(" "ut
(c either
(d through
Ander this system, supplies should arrive at the office no later than the first %onday of the ne1t month.
)hank you,
Jictoria +lanche
'%&sti(ns 1))-1)6 refer to the follo!ing letter.
,nvest in 3omania
,nvestment registration for companies
)he 3omanian government offers *$day "usiness registration for companies like yours. +y visiting one of
the 1# government offices located throughout the country, you can _______ all the information you !ill
need to register your "usiness.
1**. (a try
(" edit
(c o"tain
(d destroy
Each office also provides access to the official 3omanian +usiness <ata"ase, !here you can find current
information on potential "usiness partners, suppliers, manufacturers, and distri"utors already !orking
_______ 3omania.
1*&. (a at
(" !ithin
(c during
(d opposite
:dditionally, the data"ase !ill _______ your company to other "usinesses throughout Europe.
1*.. (a connect
(" connected
(c connection
(d connective
'%&sti(ns 1)7-1), refer to the follo!ing letter.
<ear %s. /eaver,
, regret to inform you that , !ill not "e a"le to uphold the _______ of my lease. , have "een offered a -o"
overseas and !ill leave the country at the end of <ecem"er.
1*2. (a task
(" terms
(c reading
(d comments
,0m a!are that , must forfeit my security deposit of 62&0, eOuivalent to one month0s rent payment,
_______ stated in the early$release clause of my lease.
1*5. (a as
(" yet
(c than
(d such
,0m also a!are that ,0m responsi"le for paying the _______ three months of rent until a ne! tenant or
su"lessee can "e found. ,0ll try my "est to locate someone as soon as possi"le. , appreciate your
understanding in this matter.
1*7. (a post
(" addition
(c gathering
(d remaining
Sincerely,
%ike 4odge
'%&sti(ns 15--15" refer to the follo!ing letter.
)he )op )en %ost Environmentally Iriendly Cities
9um"er 58 <anforth
<espite its status as the nation0s second largest and third most densely populated city, <anforth _______
"oth >am"ridge and :ndover in environmental efficiency.
1&0. (a ranges
(" ma1imizes
(c surpasses
(d determines
Iirst, its high population _______ led to the development of an e1tensive pu"lic transportation system.
1&1. (a concentrate
(" concentrated
(c concentrating
(d concentration
)he <anforth %etropolitan )ransportation System is used "y more than 2( percent of <anforth citizens,
most of _______ do not o!n cars, to commute to !ork every day.
1&#. (a that
(" !hom
(c !hat
(d !hich
Second, the city recently formed the <anforth >reen Construction Committee (<>CC. )he <>CC !as
esta"lished to ensure compliance !ith environmental standards at land development and "uilding
construction sites !ithin the city. )he committee has already approved the construction of three "uildings
in central <anforth that !ill "e "uilt !ith recycled steel.
Part 7 : finis !itin "" $in%t&s
Septem"er 17
)heresa Gong
*0 Stuart Street
+oston, %assachusetts 0#11.
<ear %s. Gong,
, !as pleased to see your advertisement for a %anager of Iinancial Services in the +oston 3ecord on
Septem"er 12. , think my "ackground and e1perience match !ell !ith your reOuirements. %y resume is
enclosed for your revie!.
:t my former post as financial manager at the Crom!ell Gand ,nitiative, , !as a"le to improve operating
efficiency "y reducing outstanding "alances and e1penses. ,f you are seeking an e1perienced, successful
financial manager, please consider !hat , have to offer. , !ould "e honored "y an opportunity to speak
!ith you further a"out the position. %y phone num"er is (251 (#*$22(#.
)hank you for your time and consideration. , look for!ard to hearing from you.
Sincerely,
3yan >raham
1&(. /hat is the purpose of %r. >raham0s letterP
(a )o ask for advice
(" )o promote a product
(c )o comment on an article
(d )o apply for a -o" opening
1&*. /hat did %r. >raham enclose in the
letterP
(a : resume
(" :n advertisement
(c :n e1pense report
(d : ne!spaper article
)he :le1ander /endell :gency (:/:
)he :le1ander /endell :gency is the leading advertising agency in the country. Iounded 1.2 years ago
"y :le1ander 3. /endell, the agency has gro!n to represent more than 1,000 clients, including Gysik
'harmaceuticals, 'honetel, and :tlas :ir.
)he :/: currently employs more than 7,000 people and operates more than (00 offices in 50 countries.
)en years ago, CE= <ominiOue Ga!rence created a division called :/:$Ethi1 to guide :/: clients in
implementing socially responsi"le campaigns and pro-ects.
1&&. /hat is true a"out the :le1ander /endell
:gencyP
(a ,t is a leading travel agency.
(" ,t employs less than 1,000 people.
(c ,t does not have overseas offices.
(d ,t represents a"out 1,000 clients
1&.. :ccording to the information, !hat did %s.
Ga!rence doP
(a :ppoint a ne! CE=
(" Iound the company
(c Start a ne! program
(d 3esign from her post.
Special =ffer
Su"scri"e to 'hotography )oday and get .0 percent off the ne!sstand price.
'lease select one of the follo!ing options8
__1_ Send me 1# issues (one year for 6#1
____ Send me #* issues (t!o years for 6*#
Su"scri"er ,nformation
E$mail address8 toni5hUcommunity.net
Iull name8 )onette 4a!kins
%ailing address8 #&1 /est (5th Street
+ayonne, 9e! @ersey 0200#
'hone num"er8 (#01 5&5$1110
1&2. /hat is %s. 4a!kins reOuesting
(a ,nternet service
(" : concert ticket
(c Camera accessories
(d : magazine su"scrip
1&5. 4o! much !ill %s. 4a!kins "e "illedP
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(" 6#1
(c 6#*
(d 6*#.
)ravel Iree !ith the 9orth$3ail 3e!ards 'rogram
/ith the 9orth$3ail 3e!ards 'rogram, your "usiness !ill earn travel points for every 9orth$3ail
"usiness$class ticket purchased !ith a company credit card. )ravel points can later "e redeemed for
commuter train tickets, allo!ing "usinesses !ith employees !ho travel often to ride 9orth$3ail trains for
free to presentations, meetings !ith clients, and other "usiness$related events.
Signing up to receive travel re!ards is easy8
L Iirst, visit !!!.north$rail.comN"usiness and register your company0s credit card information.
L 9e1t, choose up to five employees !ho !ill have authorization to use the company credit card to
purchase 9orth$3ail tickets.
L )hen, visit our /e" site and complete a reservation form to reserve tickets, or call 1$500$**2$(((7.
?ou can also purchase tickets at any regional 9orth$3ail train station.
1&7. /hat type of tickets must customers
purchaseP
(a =ne$!ay tickets
(" 3ound$trip tickets
(c Iirst$class tickets
(d +usiness$class tickets
1.0. /hat information are customers asked to
provideP
(a )heir travel dates
(" )heir travel itinerary
(c )he names of five employees
(d )he city they are traveling to.
1.1. /hat is 9=) listed as a !ay for customers
to purchase ticketsP
(a Jisiting an office
(" Calling a phone num"er
(c >oing to a train station
(d Completing an online form.
Irom8 )he 4ilton 'reservation Society Smem"ermailUpreservehilton.orgT
)o8 <oreen :rie SdarieenU!e"life.comT
Su"-ect8 : special offer for 4'S mem"ers
<ate8 Septem"er 5
<ear %s. :rie,
:s a valued mem"er of the 4ilton 'reservation Society, !e !ould like to e1tend the follo!ing offer to
you on "ehalf of Century Card.
)he ne! Century 'latinum Card offers you a chance to support the 4ilton 'reservation Society every
time you use it. Each time you use your Century 'latinum Card, a donation eOualing 1& percent of your
purchase !ill "e made to the 4ilton 'reservation Society0s 3estoration Campaign to help restore historic
"uildings and landmarks. Century +ank0s Century 'latinum Card also offers 4'S mem"ers these
additional "enefits8
(: <iscounts at affiliated hotels and airlines,
(+ 0K :'3 on high$interest "alance transfers and cash advances,
(C 9o annual fee and lo! :'3 on all purchases, and
(< Secure online access to your account information.
1.#. /hat is the purpose of the e$mailP
(a )o reOuest mem"ership fees
(" )o advertise an upcoming event
(c )o offer %s. :rie a credit card service
(d )o remind %s. :rie to rene! her
mem"ership
1.(. Ior !hat !ill money "e donatedP
(a 3estoring historic "uildings
(" Iunding environmental pro-ects
(c 'roducing a monthly ne!sletter
(d Supporting political campaigns
1.*. /hat is stated a"out annual feesP
(a )hey are not collected.
(" )hey depend on account activity.
(c )hey can "e paid in installments.
(d )hey make up 1& percent of funding.
Irom8 <aniel )ravers SdtraversUsound"yte.comT
)o8 Sandrine /alters S!aternsandUfi-i!e".comT
Su"-ect8 ?our Sound +yte order
<ear %s. /alters,
)hank you for purchasing from the Sound +yte online store. ?our order has "een received, processed, and
!ill "e shipped !ithin # "usiness days. 'lease revie! this summary of your order and notify customer
service if there are any discrepancies.
=rder 3eference 9um"er8 25((071
=rder Summary
+illing address
Sandrine /alters
1# %arket Street
Saint Gouis, %issouri .(10(
Shipping address
Same as "illing address
=rder <etails
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)otal 61*..(0
Customer service can "e reached "y responding to this e$mail or "y calling 1$500$..&$(5(5. )hank you for
your order.
<aniel )ravers
Customer Service <epartment
Sound +yte =nline
1.&. :ccording to the e$mail, !hat happened to
%s. /alters0 orderP
(a ,t !as shipped.
(" ,t !as modified.
(c ,t !as cancelled.
(d ,t !as processed
1... 4o! many items did %s. /alters orderP
(a =ne
(" )hree
(c Iive
(d Seven.
1.2. /hat is included in %s. /alters0 orderP
(a : free C<
(" : remote control
(c : factory re"ate
(d : 1*$day !arranty.
Att&nti(n &$/0(1&&s:
Gast !eek , met !ith %r. 4endri1 to discuss our overseas marketing campaigns. :s you kno!, !e no!
have retail stores operating in South :frica and :rgentina, in addition to having our products carried "y
department stores in Irance, China, and @apan.
:lthough our sales are at a satisfactory level, %r. 4endri1 !ould like to increase our "rand recognition
a"road to make Iields Sports0 apparel more competitive !ith "oth local and foreign eOuivalents. )his !ill
also help us introduce our sporting eOuipment line to international consumers.
)o discuss this matter further, , !ould like the entire marketing staff to meet on /ednesday, %arch 1* at
11 :.%. :t the meeting, !e !ill discuss !ays to further the presence of Iields Sports0 apparel through
special events, sponsorship, cele"rity endorsement, and any other tactics.
)hank you and see you on /ednesday.
Charlize
1.5. ,n !hat country are Iields Sports0 products
9=) soldP
(a ,n China
(" ,n @apan
(c ,n Irance
(d ,n :ustralia
1.7. /hat is indicated a"out Iields SportsP
(a )heir sales are declining.
(" )hey primarily produce sports apparel.
(c )hey host a variety of sports competitions.
(d )heir products can only "e purchased in
department stores.
120. /hen !ill the staff meeting "e heldP
(a =n %arch 11
(" =n %arch 1#
(c =n %arch 1*
(d =n %arch #0
121. /hat topic !ill "e addressed at the staff
meetingP
(a ,ncreasing "rand recognition
(" Sponsoring local sports teams
(c ,ntroducing ne! products overseas
(d =pening a retail store in South :frica.
:shton +lack 9amed 'resident of ,nfoHuest
+y ;arina )odd
,n 9ovem"er, :shton +lack !as appointed 'resident of ,nfoHuest after serving seven years as their chief
financial officer.
+lack, !ho attended ?ale School of %anagement near his hometo!n in Connecticut, "egan his career as a
financial analyst at 3o"ertson, ,nc. Soon after, he !as promoted to 4ead of 3esearch at the "rokerage
firm.
/orking alongside +urt Ed!ards, named CE= of ,nfoHuest in @une, +lack plans to make ,nfoHuest more
competitive. <espite earning nearly 622& million in profits on advertising sales, the company still
struggles to compete !ith rival company <ata"ase.com. ,nfoHuest also faces gro!ing competition from
companies emerging in the industry, and is looking for !ays to re"uild company morale, attract employees
!ith innovative ideas, and produce "etter results for loyal investors.
,ndustry analysts are not yet certain !hether :shton +lack is the right man for the -o". C+eing president of
the company !ill reOuire more leadership from +lack than ever "efore,D said )heresa Spears, chief
financial analyst at %ires ,nvestments. D,nfoHuest needs to do a lot of !ork if they !ant to keep up !ith
<ata"ase.com, and +lack seems reluctant to change ,nfoHuestWs "usiness strategy.D
12#. )he !ord CservingD in paragraph 1, line 1,
is closest in meaning to8
(a 4elping
(" 'resenting
(c Completing
(d Encouraging.
12(. /hen did %r. Ed!ards "ecome CE= of
,nfoHuestP
(a Seven years ago
(" =ne year ago
(c ,n @une
(d ,n 9ovem"er.
12*. /hat is true a"out %r. +lackP
(a 4e plans to retire soon.
(" 4e is originally from Connecticut.
(c 4e serves as a "oard mem"er at
<ata"ase.com.
(d 4e has !orked at ,nfoHuest his entire career.
12&. /hat is ,nfoHuest0s greatest concernP
(a <eclining profits
(" :n unOualified staff
(c <e"t from construction pro-ects
(d Competition from other companies.
12.. /hat does %s. Spears suggest a"out %r.
+lack0s leadershipP
(a ,t !ill attract more investors.
(" ,t !ill raise the company0s status.
(c ,t !ill conflict !ith that of %r. Ed!ards.
(d ,t !ill not change the company0s situation.
'ristine :ir
)ips for traveling !ith children
4ere are some things you can "ring on your trip that are sure to keep children occupied and rela1ed
during a long flight.
L 'aper !ith colored pencils or crayons
)his allo!s parents and children to do activities together, or for children to do something independently.
/ith "lank paper and colored pencils or crayons, children can !rite, dra!, or make their o!n games. Ior
more e1citement, pack small figures to use as "oard$game pieces in your carry$on luggage and let
children design their o!n game "oards.
L : deck of cards
'arents can teach children their favorite card game or sho! them card tricks. ,n return, children can do
the same for parents.
L +ooks
,t is al!ays a good idea to pack a "ook on a long trip. Children !ill especially en-oy stories that take
place in the country to !hich they are traveling. )his !ill give them a chance to previe! the culture and
history they !ill learn a"out on vacation.
L >ifts from 'ristine :ir
=nce your international flight has taken off, a flight attendant !ill offer any children traveling !ith us a
picture map of the !orld and a souvenir passport !ith stickers that children can affi1 once they have
visited a country. )here is also a childrenWs airline magazine in the pouch in front of your seat.
122. :ccording to the information, !hat is
difficult for childrenP
(a Gong car rides
(" ,nternational flights
(c >oing shopping !ith parents
(d /aiting for doctor0s appointments.
125. /hat are children encouraged to maP
(a : schedule
(" : game "oard
(c : shopping list
(d : family portrait.
127. /hat is mentioned as a possi"le activityP
(a )aking a !alk
(" Singing songs
(c 'laying cards
(d /atching a movie.
150. /hat is 9=) offered to childrenP
(a : map
(" Snacks
(c Stickers
(d : magazine.
City Cuts Spending for 3ink 3enovations
+y 9iko Genno1
%arch #7 $ =ver the !eekend, city officials postponed the pro-ect to renovate <ennis 'ark0s ice
skating rink indefinitely. =fficials stated that the move !as prompted "y the pro-ect0s rising cost.
)he site of the ice skating rink, named after its founding donor Elouise <ennis, !as "eing developed
"y ?Q+ 3inks, a facilities management service from =tta!a. Gast year, ?Q+ 3inks su"mitted an
application to the city "oard for funding to renovate the rink and received approval. 3ecently,
ho!ever, unforeseen pro"lems !ith !ater drainage forced the company to reassess its funding needs,
and the city !ould not approve a second reOuest for finances.
)he unfinished renovations to the park included e1panding the rink to accommodate more than 1,000
skaters, adding a retracta"le roof, and "uilding indoor locker rooms.
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<ear %r. Ste!art,
, read an article in last !eek0s ne!spaper a"out the city government0s re-ection of your second
reOuest for funding to renovate <ennis 'ark 3ink. :s a child, , often visited the rink !ith my family,
and through the years ice$skating has developed into one of my favorite leisure activities.
,0d like to see thousands of children in the =tta!a area e1perience the same -oy , did at <ennis 'ark
3ink. Ior this reason, , !ould like to fund the renovation efforts you have so graciously "egun. ,0d
like to meet !ith you at your earliest convenience to discuss ho! !e can colla"orate to improve this
valua"le community resource. 'lease call me as soon as possi"le at (720 5*&$2.#5.
Sincerely,
Steadman %urphy
151. )he !ord CmoveD in paragraph 1, line # of
the article, is closest in meaning to8
(a %ovement
(" <ecision
(c :ctivation
(d ,nspiration.
15#. /hy did ?Q+ 3inks reOuest more moneyP
(a )here !ere pro"lems during construction.
(" )hey !anted to hire more construction
employees.
(c Construction materials !ere more e1pensive
than e1pected.
(d )hey did not receive all of the funding they
!ere promised.
15(. /hat change !as 9=) part of the pro-ectP
(a +uilding a roof
(" :dding stadium seats
(c %aking the rink larger
(d Constructing locker rooms.
15*. /hy does %r. %urphy !rite the letterP
(a )o offer funding to ?Q+ 3inks
(" )o suggest a fundraising idea
(c )o motivate citizens to support the pro-ect
(d )o encourage the city government to fund
the pro-ect.
15&. /hat does %r. %urphy imply in his letterP
(a 4e used to "e in the city government.
(" 4e read the %arch #7 ne!spaper article.
(c 4e lived near <ennis 'ark 3ink as a child.
(d 4e enrolled his children in ice$skating
lessons.
Irom8 Customer service SserviceUofficesupplier.comT
)o8 ?una <autry Sydaut#(Ucommunity!e".comT
Su"-ect8 Coupon offer
<ear %s. <autry,
/e apologize for the mistake !e made in processing your =cto"er #5 order of item X775#0 from our
/e" site. /e have since corrected the error in our computer system and shipped the item you originally
reOuested. )he item !as shipped on 9ovem"er 11 and should arrive !ithin & to 2 "usiness days.
+ecause your "usiness is important to us, !e have !aved the shipping fee on your revised order. /e
!ould also like to present you !ith a &0 percent off coupon to "e used on your ne1t purchase in our
online store. 'lease find the coupon as an attachment to this e$mail.
Sincerely,
Gynn 3usso
Customer Service
=ffice Supplier.
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=ffice Supplier
&0 percent off your ne1t office supply purchase at !!!.officesupplier.com
)his coupon may not "e used on computer eOuipment, soft!are, and other electronics. )his coupon is not
valid in con-unction !ith other offers, on shipping, or on gift card purchases. )his coupon is only valid
for one$time use on online orders of in$stock items.
)his coupon is not valid on orders !ith shipping addresses outside of the Anited States. =ffice Supplier
reserves the right to choose the method of delivery for each order. <elivery fees are nonrefunda"le if the
order or part of the order is returned, unless the product is damaged or defective.
L'lease enter the follo!ing coupon code during checkout8 V+22*7@;007/
15.. /hen did %s. <autry place an orderP
(a =n =cto"er &
(" =n =cto"er 2
(c =n =cto"er #5
(d =n 9ovem"er 11.
152. /hat can "e inferred a"out the item %s.
<autry orderedP
(a ,t !as damaged.
(" ,t !as not in stock.
(c ,t !as not delivered.
(d ,t !as not the item she ordered.
155. /hat can %s. <autry use the coupon to
doP
(a =rder items online
(" 'urchase gift cards
(c +uy computer soft!are
(d 'ay for shipping costs
157. /hat is true a"out the couponP
(a ,t can "e used more than once.
(" ,t !ill e1pire after thirty days.
(c ,t is valid for international addresses.
(d ,t cannot "e used to "uy electronic items.
170. :ccording to the coupon, ho! can %s.
<autry receive the discountP
(a +y completing an online form
(" +y entering a code on the /e" site
(c +y presenting the coupon to an employee
(d +y mailing it to the store !ith a receipt.
@uly 5
Sophie +oonyarat
1 /aterman Street
'rovidence, 3hode ,sland 0#70.
<ear %s. +oonyarat,
,0ve enclosed a revision of the "anOuet menu as !e discussed yesterday afternoon. 'lease revie! it to
ensure all the changes !e talked a"out have "een made. 'er your reOuest, , added a vegetarian dish. =f
the three choices you presented, , thought pasta !ould "e the "est option since it can also "e offered to
non$vegetarian guests.
/hen you0ve finished revie!ing the menu, please call me at (*01 *#1$0007 so !e can "egin preparing
for the event.
Sincerely,
+ruce >ellar
>ellar Q Sons Catering.
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)he Io!ler +usiness :ssociation
9et!orking +anOuet $ 'roposed %enu
:ppetizers (served at &8*0 '.%.
+read8 >ourmet ,talian rolls topped !ith garlic "utter
Salad8 4ouse salad !ith ,talian, "lue cheese, or honey mustard dressing
Soup8 'orto"ello mushroom soup and vegeta"le minestrone soup
%ain <ishes (served at . '.%.
Chicken8 4oney$glazed chicken served !ith risotto or a "aked potato and mi1ed vegeta"les
Salmon8 Char$grilled salmon served !ith risotto or a "aked potato and mi1ed vegeta"les
Iettuccini (vegetarian8 Iettuccini noodles served !ith spinach in a cream sauce
<esserts (served at 2 '.%.
Cake8 Chocolate or angel food cake
,ce cream8 Janilla, chocolate, or stra!"erry
Iruit8 :n assortment of "ananas, apples, oranges, and grapes
+everages (availa"le throughout the evening
/ater, assorted soft drinks, iced tea, grape -uice, and apple -uice.
171. /hat type of event !ill take placeP
(a :n a!ards dinner
(" : lunch conference
(c : net!orking "anOuet
(d : restaurant opening.
17#. /ho is %r. >ellarP
(a : caterer
(" :n event planner
(c : restaurant o!ner
(d :n organization0s president.
17(. /hich item !as recently added to the
menuP
(a Iruit
(" Salmon
(c Chicken
(d Iettuccini.
17*. /hat appetizer !ill 9=) "e servedP
(a 'orto"ello cream soup
(" 4ouse salad !ith dressing
(c Iresh vegeta"les !ith dip
(d ,talian rolls !ith "utter.
17&. /hat is indicated a"out "everagesP
(a )hey !ill not "e refilled.
(" )hey !ill only "e availa"le after . '.%.
(c )hey !ill "e served throughout the event.
(d )hey !ill stop "eing served after dessert.
<ue to the recent !eather and resulting construction delays, the !ork schedule has "een changed for the
ne1t t!o !eeks. 4opefully, this !ill allo! us to get "ack on schedule so the "uilding !ill "e finished "y
early @uly, as !e originally pro-ected.
:lso, it0s supposed to rain again to!ards the end of this !eek, so the !ork schedule for Iriday is tentative.
,0ll provide more details a"out that as !e get more information on the conditions for those days.
,f you have any Ouestions a"out the ne! !ork schedule, or if you cannot meet the !ork reOuirements due
to prior o"ligations, please call me as soon as possi"le at 70($55#1.
)hanks,
)om.
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Chopko Construction
=n$site supervisor8 )om Chopko, /endy Chopko
/ednesday %ay (0
%ain task8 ,nstallation of roof structure framing
%orning shift8 @oe Ilores, Sam Smith, <annie Churski
:fternoon shift8 'at =h, Geslie @era, @ay Capsha!
)hursday %ay (1
%ain task8 3oof installation
%orning shift8 @ay Capsha!, 'at =h, Sam Smith
:fternoon shift8 @oe Ilores, <annie Churski, Geslie @era
Iriday @une 1
%ain task8 3oof installation
%orning shift8 <annie Churski, Geslie @era, @ay Capsha!
:fternoon shift8 Sam Smith, @oe Ilores, 'at =h
17.. /hy !as the !ork schedule changedP
(a +ecause of a holiday
(" +ecause of the !eather
(c +ecause of employee a"sences
(d +ecause of "udget restrictions.
172. /hen is the "uilding e1pected to "e
finishedP
(a ,n late @une
(" ,n early @uly
(c ,n late @uly
(d ,n early :ugust.
175. /hat is indicated a"out the schedule for
@une 1P
(a ,t might change.
(" ,t !ill "e posted on )hursday.
(c ,t is only for half of the day.
(d ,t must "e approved "y %r. Chopk.
177. :ccording to the schedule, on !hat section
of the "uilding !ill employees !orkP
(a )he roof
(" )he floors
(c )he !indo!s
(d )he foundation.
#00. /ho !ill 9=) !ork during the morning
shift on %ay (0P
(a 'at =h
(" Sam Smith
(c @oe Ilores
(d <annie Churski.
AN*WER
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". APRI2 - NEW TOEIC Part 5 / 6 / 7
Part 5 + Part 6: finis !itin "# $in%t&s
101. 3aymond and 4o!ell proposed -o" cuts
follo!ing a t!o$year decline in sales ______.
(a figures
(" actions
(c employers
(d information
10#. ,n the past three years, our marketing
manager ______ to Europe, :ustralia, +razil and
)hailand.
(a had gone
(" has "een
(c gone
(d !ent
10(. ______ moving to a northern climate, "e
sure to properly !interize your automo"ile.
(a gives
(" given
(c giving
(d is giving
10*. :n increase in a nation0s rate of savings
ultimately ______ to lo!er interest rates for
"usiness and consumer loans.
(a lead
(" leads
(c leader
(d leading
10&. /e need to get ______ paper!ork from him
"efore the end of the fiscal year.
(a him
(" himself
(c he
(d his
10.. :ny information ______ a"out the revised
holiday !ork schedule can "e o"tained from %s.
Reldenrust in 4uman 3esources.
(a volunteered
(" needed
(c donated
(d called
102. Ever since the drivers0 strike started,
city!ide "uses have "een ______ running thirty
minutes to one hour late.
(a finally
(" constantly
(c concurrently
(d very
105. %ore than ..&& million !orkers are ______
in the manufacturing industry, according to
government data.
(a employed
(" employer
(c employing
(d employment
107. Iair =aks )ransit trains !ere "ack on
schedule %onday after a mudslide disrupted last
Iriday morning0s ______.
(a section
(" commute
(c tracking
(d "eginning
110. Sam0s Steakhouse is ______ "etter than
famous national chains !ith larger advertising
"udgets.
(a argue
(" arguing
(c argument
(d argua"ly
111. _____ <aily <ogs targets its advertising
campaign to pet o!ners, it could "e headed for
Chapter 11 "ankruptcy.
(a Antil
(" Anless
(c /hereas
(d E1cept
11#. %ocha %onkeys Coffee ______ very
Ouickly "ecause of its cheap prices and uniOue
drinks.
(a e1pands
(" are e1panding
(c is e1panding
(d to e1pand
11(. 9otice8 )he meeting ______ for today has
"een postponed until )hursday at * '.%.
(a scheduled
(" happening
(c important
(d open
11*. )he ne! computer chips !ill ______ "e
delayed "ecause the hurricane on the East Coast
has disrupted air traffic.
(a pro"a"ility
(" pro"a"ly
(c pro"a"le
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(d pro"e
11&. /e !ould like to thank the Elog Ioundation
for its generous ______ to our charity fundraiser.
(a donor
(" donate
(c donated
(d donation
11.. :fter carefully ______ the "id packages
from each vendor, !e have decided to a!ard the
contract to )homas Cullen.
(a considered
(" considering
(c considerate
(d consideration
112. Economists predict a ______ in housing
prices due to the recent reduction in
unemployment.
(a development
(" gro!th
(c rise
(d lift
115. Changes in :merican eating ______ over
the last t!enty years are "lamed for a variety of
health pro"lems.
(a meals
(" ha"its
(c dishes
(d restaurants
117. )he 4olden Comple1 ______ has vacancies
despite its high rent, inconvenient location and
large annual maintenance fee.
(a unusually
(" rarely
(c freOuently
(d assuredly
1#0. +e informed that this medication is for
temporary relief of symptoms, and is not intended
______ your annual immunization shot.
(a replaced
(" replace
(c to replace
(d replacing
1#1. )he 4ealthcare community !as shocked
______ 3icardo 'eter0s resignation after only one
year as president of 4ealthcorps.
(a in
(" up
(c of
(d "y
1##. :lanis "ought renter0s insurance to ______
her personal "elongings !hile living in an
apartment.
(a protect
(" protector
(c protection
(d protective
1#(. )he personnel department reOuires that all
______ "e intervie!ed at least three times "efore
a hiring decision is made.
(a applications
(" applicants
(c appliances
(d applicator
1#*. <uring office remodeling there !ill "e
______ interruptions to :<SG, copier and fa1
machine service.
(a usual
(" often
(c freOuent
(d little
1#&. ;indly ______ your colleagues to tip the
!aitress at least 1& percent.
(a remind
(" remem"er
(c order
(d command
1#.. ,t is pro"a"ly safe to say that of all the "oard
mem"ers, %r. Cain has the most ______.
(a result
(" effect
(c influence
(d conclusion
1#2. Sales of ne! homes this month are do!n #K
from last month, ______ .K from a year ago.
(a too
(" and
(c as !ell
(d along !ith
1#5. Since <a!son Creek Iashion !as late
getting its ne! styles on the market, there !as not
______ opportunity to meet pre$Christmas sales
pro-ections.
(a many
(" little
(c much
(d "ig
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1#7. )he CE= of Star 3ecords announced plans
for aggressive e1pansion, saying the company
!ill purchase ______ ne! properties in the ne1t
t!o years.
(a many
(" little
(c much
(d any
1(0. 4uman resources !orkers serve a vital
______ in screening Oualified candidates for the
company0s managerial positions.
(a play
(" function
(c skill
(d piece
1(1. ,n a #0$minute address to computer science
students, the CE= of Electro$lite discussed the
availa"ility of technology -o"s in today0s -o"
______.
(a market
(" ma1imum
(c document
(d department
1(#. )he meteorologist on Channel # said that he
!as ______ certain that the cold front !ill result
in sno! tomorro!.
(a reasoning
(" reason
(c reasona"le
(d reasona"ly
1((. %s. +enihana is kno!ledgea"le in several
disciplines, "ut especially "iomedical engineering
is her area of ______.
(a e1pert
(" e1pertise
(c e1perts
(d e1pertness
1(*. )he chairperson of /alter +ros. announced
that this year0s annual "onuses !ill "e ______ to
company employees on Iriday.
(a a!arded
(" transacted
(c pu"lished
(d discarded
1(&. :ll international orders are ______ via
>lo"al E1press %ail !ithin five to ten "usiness
days.
(a spent
(" enrolled
(c collected
(d delivered
1(.. %ost shareholders still fail ______ "oth the
immediate impacts and future implications of
corporate mergers and takeover "ids.
(a understood
(" understanding
(c to understand
(d have understood
1(2. ______ all forms of advertising, research
sho!s that direct mail reaches the greatest
num"er of people at the lo!est cost.
(a )hrough
(" ,n
(c +et!een
(d =f
1(5. ,n order to compete for a shrinking pool of
Oualified programmers, companies that are
______ conservative are no! offering fle1time
and !ork$from$home options.
(a sometimes
(" al!ays
(c infreOuently
(d other!ise
1(7. )he sales representative suggested an initial
meeting to discuss the proposal as soon as the
"eta product is ready, ______ that might "e.
(a no matter
(" !hich
(c !henever
(d !hat
1*0. %r. Carter got ______ in trou"le "y failing
to ackno!ledge his secretary0s "irthday.
(a he
(" himself
(c him
(d his
'%&sti(ns 1)1-1)# refer to the follo!ing letter.
M&$(r1 Ma/ 3a$&
"y 3iven Gearning Co.
<escription
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Ior 1$. players, &$11 years old
Children can ______ their o"servation and memorization skills !ith this puzzle that features a colorful
picture map of a city.
1*1. (a cause
(" study
(c practice
(d manufacture
)o "egin the game, children must place the 1#& picture cards faced do!n. Each player then dra!s a
picture card, turns it over, and !aits for their turn to ______ the picture card to the map.
1*#. (a add
(" addition
(c additive
(d additionally
______ a player cannot find !here their picture card goes on the map, they must pick up another picture
card.
1*(. (a ,f
(" So
(c :nd
(d +ecause
)he first player to get rid of all their picture cards !ins the game.
'rice 6#1.77
'%&sti(ns 1))-1)6 refer to the follo!ing letter.
<ear :rcish Iurniture,
, recently purchased a leather sofa from your outlet. )he sales representative, %aureen, ______ me to
purchase the 10$year !arranty. , !as told that if my furniture !as accidentally damaged, even "y a pet,
the store !ould repair it at no cost to me.
1**. (a persuasion
(" persuasive
(c persuading
(d persuaded
Gast !eek, my cat scratched the sofa, leaving three deep marks in the leather. )he marks are clearly
visi"le from a distance. , !as surprised to learn from the manager that the 10$year ______ does not cover
damage done "y household pets !hen , !as informed other!ise.
1*&. (a stock
(" service
(c !arranty
(d insurance
, have revie!ed the fine print on the contract, and , can see that pet damage is not covered. 4o!ever, this
is not !hat %aureen told me !hen , "ought the sofa. , feel , !as ______ a"out the terms of the !arranty.
, accept responsi"ility for not reading the full contract, "ut , trusted that , !as "eing given all the facts.
1*.. (a misrepresented
(" misspelled
(c misled
(d mistaken
, !ould like :rcish Iurniture to fi1 my couch. , a!ait your response.
Sincerely,
%arcel +oule
'%&sti(ns 1)7-1), refer to the follo!ing letter.
Ta$/a Dai01 N&!s - A4ai0a50& in Print an6 On0in&
)he )ampa <aily 9e!s has t!o versions of its printed ne!spaper availa"le online.
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=ne version ______ the printed edition, including the editorial and ne!s pages.
1*2. (a is the same
(" has the same
(c is the same as
(d as has the same
)his is availa"le at http8NN!!!.tampane!s.com.
)he other ______ is a special online edition that includes additional sports, lifestyle, and real estate pages.
1*5. (a version
(" section
(c article
(d reporter
)he electronic edition ______ has a complete classified section as !ell as up$to$date movie listings.
1*7. (a too
(" and
(c plus
(d also
)he electronic edition is availa"le at http8NN!!!.tampane!s.comNelectronicne!s. Su"scriptions to the
printed version of the ne!spaper are availa"le at http8NN!!!.tampane!s.comNsu"scri"e.
'%&sti(ns 15--15" refer to the follo!ing letter.
9=),CE )= :GG E%'G=?EES
)he follo!ing changes !ill "e effective as of %onday.
Iirst of all, the dress code is changing slightly. ?ou may still !ear the ______ "lack pants and skirts as
"efore along !ith the company shirt.
1&0. (a pair
(" same
(c kind
(d "oth
4o!ever, employees are no longer allo!ed to !ear shoes !ith heels higher than t!o inches.
Secondly, !e are implementing a ne! marketing promotion. Irom no! on, !hen customers come
through your register lineup, you should ______ ask them if they !ould like to provide an e$mail address.
1&1. (a al!ays
(" seldom
(c never
(d rarely
)his !ill register them to receive notification of upcoming specials.
Iinally, ______ !e are s!itching to a ne! coupon$"ased system, !e !ill "e discontinuing the use of
customer re!ard cards. 3eassure customers that they can redeem points until the end of the year. E1plain
to customers that the coupon system !ill provide greater savings.
1&#. (a although
(" unless
(c so
(d "ecause
,f a customer has any further Ouestions, please refer him or her to the manager on duty.
)hank you for your hard !ork in recent !eeks.
Sincerely,
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>reg.
Part 7 : finis !itin "" $in%t&s
/hat0s an :pprenticeP
:s everyone kno!s, opportunities in the skilled trades are set to e1plode in the ne1t five to ten years.
%any skilled trades train !orkers through apprenticeships $ ne! !orkers spend up to 50K of their days
learning on the -o", and only #0K in the classroom. )his is accomplished through "eing paired !ith an
e1pert in the trade !ho !ill guide the apprentice through their learning process.
%any countries have developed special DDpre$apprenticeshipDD secondary school programs. ,f you are in
high school, "y participating in these programs you can learn -o" skills and earn credits to!ards your
apprenticeship "efore you even graduate. :pprenticeships range from auto mechanics to ca"inetmaking,
construction, and pastry making
1&(. /hat is an apprentice according to this
articleP
(a :nyone !ho spends #0K of his or her time
inside a classroom
(" :n e1pert in a skilled trade !ho spends 50K
of his or her time on the -o"
(c :ny high school student !ho is learning -o"
skills
(d : ne! !orker matched !ith an e1pert to
learn a skilled trade
1&*. 4o! can high school students earn credits
to!ards their apprenticeshipsP
(a +y making matches !ith an e1pert in a
skilled trade
(" +y taking part in a pre$apprenticeship
program
(c +y intervie!ing auto mechanics or pastry
makers
(d +y spending only #0K of their time in class
Irom8 %ary Anger Sm_ungerUpdc.comT
)o8 )ina +arkley St_"arkleyUpdc.comT
Su"-ect8 'resentation
Sent8 %ay *, 108#0802 :.%.
<ear )ina,
, !anted to get "ack to you a"out the presentation on )hursday. :s of no!, #( people have responded. ,
e1pect a fe! more people to sho! up at the last minute.
/e0re still planning on holding the lecture in room #*0+. ,0ll make sure !e have at least (0 chairs set up. ,
!as also planning to make photocopies of my presentation slides in case anyone !ould like a copy.
Sincerely,
%ary Anger
=utreach <irector
'ayton <aniels Corporation
1&&. /hat does )ina +arkley find out regarding
the presentationP
(a 4er presentation !ill "e videotaped.
(" : colleague !ill not "e a"le to attend.
(c 4er presentation is the first one scheduled.
(d )!enty$three people have said they !ill
attend.
1&.. /hat does %ary Anger say she !ill doP
(a Set up the eOuipment "y herself
(" :rrive (0 minutes early on )hursday
(c %ake copies of her presentation materials
(d E$mail the presentation schedule later that
day.
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dressed do!n !ith a t$shirt and -eans. ,t is impecca"ly tailored !ith a perfect drape. Small shoulder pads,
full polyester lining, and inside pocket, make this a dura"le and great looking coat. =ther details include8
t!o$"utton front, lined chest pocket, and reinforced hip pockets. <ry clean only.
:vaila"le in espresso, pine, and midnight
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:vaila"le in S, %, G, VG
1&2. /hich feature does the Jersatile Sports
Coat haveP
(a /rist cuffs
(" : lined collar
(c 3einforced seams
(d :n inside pockete.
1&5. /hich color is the Jersatile Sports Coat
9=) availa"le inP
(a 'ine
(" <esert
(c Espresso
(d %idnight
1&7. 4o! much does the Jersatile Sports Coat
no! costP
(a 611*
(" 61(7
(c 6127
(d 6#11.
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DGet us take the /orry out of ShoppingED
/e all kno! ho! important dressing professionally can "e.
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,t "egins !ith a private consultation in your home. ?our shopper !ill look at your current !ardro"e, talk
to you a"out the !ork you do, and take your precise measurements. =nce they "egin shopping, Savvy
Shoppers sends digital photos and price lists for items. ?ou select !hat you !ant, and the items are
delivered to your door !ith a free 6#0 tailoring coupon attached.
1.0. /ho is this advertisement likely targetingP
(a +usy "usiness men
(" Stay$at$home parents
(c /orking professional !omen
(d Chief E1ecutive =fficers
1.1. /hat e1perience does the Savvy Shoppers
9=) haveP
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(a %anaging in the retail sector
(" Clothing design
(c 4air styling
(d Consulting in the "eauty sector.
1.#. /hat does Savvy Shoppers send to clients
!hen shoppingP
(a 'rices and photographs of clothing items
(" 'recise measurements and digital photos
(c >ift certificates for tailoring services
(d ,nformation a"out the !ork they do
1.(. 4o! do clients get their clothes from the
Savvy ShoppersP
(a )hey set up a consultation appointment.
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(c )hey receive them at their o!n home.
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)he +ridgeport 3evitalization Committee (+3C
1( 3o"in /ay
+ridgeport, %: 0#1#.
;evin )aylor
#0( 5th :venue
+ridgeport, %: 0#1((
<ear %r. )aylor,
, am e1cited to announce to our mem"ers that !e have received a 62&0,000 grant from the 3oger Coopers
Ioundation for our City 3enovation 'ro-ect.
)he City 3enovation 'ro-ect focuses on the do!nto!n area of +ridgeport, "et!een Iirst :venue and
Gincoln /ay. /e !ill "egin "y redesigning +aten 'ark and the pedestrian !alk!ays to create a more
inviting space for shoppers and !orkers on their lunch "reaks.
)his grant is the largest !e have ever received, and !e are e1cited a"out the !ork it !ill allo! us to
accomplish.
/e look for!ard to improving the Ouality of life in our city through great designE
<enise Ge+aron
1.*. /hat can "e inferred a"out %r. )aylorP
(a 4e is a mem"er of the +3C.
(" 4e !orks for <enise Ge+aron.
(c 4e lives "et!een Iirst :venue and Gincoln
/ay.
(d 4e is on the "oard of the 3oger Coopers
Ioundation.
1.&. /hat !ill the +3C use the grant money to
doP
(a +uild a museum
(" 3edesign a park
(c E1pand the high!ay net!ork
(d Create !orker training programs
1... /hat is true a"out the grantP
(a ,t is for more than 61 million.
(" ,t is an e1tension of an e1isting grant.
(c ,t is a!arded "y the +ridgeport
3evitalization Committee.
(d ,t is the largest the +3C has ever received.
3eport8 ;ilmer 4ealth Care Center in )op 10K
:ccording to a report that !as recently pu"lished in Consumer Huarterly, the ;ilmer 4ealth Care Center
at Aniversity Jillage is ranked in the top 10 percent of all nursing homes in =hio.
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)he ;ilmer 4ealth Care Center opened four years ago !ith *5 private rooms. )hirty$si1 of the rooms are
for assisted living, and t!elve are for constant care. )he ;ilmer 4ealth Care Center offers residents an
array of services from housekeeping and meal delivery, to transportation and medical services.
Consumer Huarterly looked at three main factors to come up !ith the nursing home rankings. )he first
!as ho! the facility ranked in their state inspections. )he second !as the ratio of the num"er of care
givers, (including nurses and nurse0s aides, to the num"er of residents. Iinally, they looked at the
services the facility offers and compared those to the current and future needs of the residents !ho live
there.
Consumer Huarterly hopes the report encourages those facilities ranked in the lo!er 10K to revie! and
improve their operations.
1.2. 4o! many rooms in ;ilmer 4ealth Care
Center are intended for assisted livingP
(a 1#
(" (.
(c *5
(d ...
1.5. /hat is learned a"out ;ilmer 4ealth Care
CenterP
(a ,t is near a hospital.
(" ,t opened four years ago.
(c ,t is run !ith state funds.
(d ,t has a highly$trained staff
1.7. /hat !as 9=) included in the ranking
factorsP
(a )he services offered
(" )he state inspection num"ers
(c )he distance to near"y hospitals
(d )he ratio of caregivers to residents.
120. /hat does Consumer Huarterly hope the
report !ill doP
(a ,ncrease state funding for all facilities
(" Encourage lo!$ranking facilities to improve
(c ,ncrease a!areness of the facilities that e1ist
(d Encourage more nurses to apply for -o"s in
the facilities
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/orld )ravel ,nc.
55*0 %ayfair :ve.
Gondon, A;
%r. +ro!n,
/e !ere unfortunately una"le to process your last monthly donation to Save)he?outh "ecause of an
authorization issue !ith your company0s credit card. 'lease confirm your credit card num"er in the space
"elo! and return this letter in the enclosed response envelope, or call us toll$free at 1$500$&&&$7070.
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company is helping us pursue our vital mission of protecting children and young people the !orld over.
)he youth are our future, "ut millions suffer from malnutrition and are lacking in medical care, education,
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items and an em"arrassment of riches. /ith your monthly donation, you are helping and protecting the
lives of young people in over 1&0 countries.
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/ith 3egards,
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'rogram <irector
Save)he?outh
121. /hat is <oreen0s main purpose in !riting
this letterP
(a )o note that %r. +ro!n0s last payment
couldn0t "e processed
(" )o re$confirm his credit card information for
safety
(c )o thank him for supporting Save)he?outh
(d )o e1plain Save)he?outh0s mission

12#. 4o! should %r. +ro!n give
Save)he?outh his credit informationP
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(" +y e$mail
(c +y returning the letter
(d +y calling his "ank.
12(. /hat are the children Save)he?outh helps
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(a ,mproved cleanliness
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)o8 %elanie %arie +ourgeois and @essica Gee Gariviere8
/e !ish to remind you that you are presently "ound to a lease from <ecem"er 1st #00& to 9ovem"er
(0th #00.
/e are informing you that for the period of prolongation of your lease, from <ecem"er 1st, #00. to
9ovem"er (0th #002, our rent !ill "e increased to 65#& monthly. :ll other conditions of your lease !ill
remain the same.
?ou are here"y notified that you have one month follo!ing receipt of the present notice to respond.
Sincerely,
Sandro %ilano
S)%' Capital
12*. /hen is the current lease overP
(a 9ovem"er 1st, #00.
(" 9ovem"er 1st, #002
(c <ecem"er 1st, #00.
(d 9ovem"er (0th, #00.
12&. /hat !ill happen if the lease is prolongedP
(a 3ent !ill increase monthly.
(" )enants !ill pay more per month.
(c 9e! rental restrictions !ill apply.
(d 3ent receipts !ill "e reOuired.
Gisa0s /indo! Cleaning
((.# 3iver 3oad
Cam"ridge, =hio
'hone8 (&&& 25#$7005
Ia18 (&&& 257$07(7
E$mail8 lisaUlisas!indo!s.com
+,GG )=8
Claude Etheridge
Spark 9et!ork Systems
57 ,ndustrial 'ark /ay
Cam"ridge, =hio
Statement X8 101772.
<ate8 @anuary #(rd #002
Customer ,<8 J$7*1$:5
<ate of Sale8 9ovem"er &th #00.
,nvoice X8 #70(
<escription8 +i$!eekly !indo! cleaning of high$rise "uilding
:mount8 61,&00.00 (1 . cleanings
'ayment8 60.00
+alance8 6*,&00.00
3eminder8 'lease include the Statement 9um"er on your check.
)erms8 +alance due in fourteen (1* days.
12.. /hat is the purpose of this invoiceP
(a )o remind Gisa0s /indo! Cleaning of
money o!ed
(" )o confirm payment of 6*,&00 to Gisa0s
/indo! Cleaning
(c )o "ill Spark 9et!ork Systems for services
(d )o reOuest payment for "uilding
construction.
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122. /hat num"er should Claude Etheridge
include on his checkP
(a 101772.
(" #70(
(c J$7*1$:5
(d 01N#(N02.
ATTENTION: A22 EMP2O7EE*
:s you may have heard, !e are getting ready to implement a ne! computer system at the office. )his
may !orry some of you, "ut the system is actually designed to make our lives easier. ,t !ill eliminate
a lot of the repetitive paper!ork that many of you dislike doing, and !ill give us a central system
!here all of our information can "e stored.
,n order to make sure everyone is comforta"le !ith the ne! system, !e !ill "e holding several
orientation sessions throughout ne1t !eek. 'lease choose one that fits your schedule and sign up.
?ou !ill learn the "asics, get a guide"ook for the system, and have an opportunity to get comforta"le
!ith the system "y completing practice tasks !ith the help of the instructor.
)he follo!ing sessions are availa"le8
)uesday, 9ovem"er 2th at 10800 :.%.
/ednesday, 9ovem"er 5th at 11800 :.%. and (800 '.%.
Iriday 9ovem"er 10th at 78(0 :.%.
'lease visit the "ulletin "oard in the lunchroom and sign up for one. )here !ill "e snacks and
refreshments for participants served after each session.
125. /hat is the purpose of the training
sessionsP
(a )o teach staff ho! to do repetitive !ork
more Ouickly
(" )o ensure the staff feels comforta"le !ith the
system
(c )o introduce the "asics of computer usage
(d )o get together for snacks and refreshments
127. /hat !ill participants in the orientation
sessions 9=) doP
(a 'ractice using the system
(" Gearn the "asics of the system
(c )ake a !ritten test
(d 3eceive an instruction "ook.
150. /hat should an employee !ho has read the
notice do ne1tP
(a Send an e$mail indicating session preference
(" Sho! up for the )uesday training session
(c Call the office manager to discuss scheduling
(d >o to the lunchroom and sign up for a
session.
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NOTICE TO A22 EMP2O7EE*: 1)t ANN8A2 CON9ERENCE O9 IT PRO9E**IONA2*
CJ< ,nc. !ill "e sending one employee from the ,) <epartment to this conference, !hich !ill take
place over a !eekend in the spring at the 3oyal Em"assy 4otel in Cam"ridge, %assachusetts. )his
years0 conference topic is D,nformation )echnology and 4uman 3esources8 +ridging the >apD.
,nterested employees should send an e$mail to :sh!in @ain at a-ainUcvd.com, stating !hy they
"elieve they should "e sent on the conference and ho! they !ould use !hat they learned there to
"etter the company upon their return. ,f a suita"le candidate is not found in the ,) <epartment "y
@anuary 1&th, employees from 4uman 3esources (43 !ith strong computer skills !ill "e invited to
apply.
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Irom8
)o8
Su"-ect8 Conference
:sh!in,
, am !riting to notify you of my interest in attending the 1*th :nnual Conference of ,)
'rofessionals. :s soon as , sa! the posting yesterday afternoon, , kne! that , !anted to apply.
/hile , realize that , have not "een !ith CJ< ,nc. for as long as many others in my department, ,
think my uniOue mi1 of skills and e1perience makes me the ideal person to attend. Ior the first half
of my professional career, , !orked as a 4uman 3esources %anager for a soft!are development
firm. , am familiar !ith strategic management principles, 43 policy administration, and
organizational change and development trends. , freOuently facilitated !orkshops and training
sessions and am very comforta"le presenting to a group.
/hen , decided five years ago to realize a dream and pursue an education in computer programming
(!hich had previously "een -ust a ho""y, , kne! that , !anted to !ork for a great company like
CJ< ,nc. , love my -o" here "ut , do sometimes miss the human element of 43 !ork. )hat0s !hy ,
think that attending this conference !ould "e an ideal situation for "oth myself and the company.
/ho "etter to a"sor" and circulate the information than someone !ho has had her feet in "oth
!orldsP
)hank you for considering me for this opportunity,
Gouise Campineau
,) <epartment
CJ< ,nc.
151. /hat is the main purpose of the
conferenceP
(a +ringing human resources and technology
closer together
(" 4o! to apply for human resource -o"s
(c E1amining ho! ,) and 43 affect "ridge$
"uilding
(d E1amining ho! 43 should look at "ridge
technology.
15#. /ho !ould "e most likely to attend the
conferenceP
(a :n employee from the 3oyal Em"assy 4otel
(" : computer programmer from CJ< ,nc.
(c : ne! mem"er of an ,) department
(d :n insurance policy administrator
15(. /hat is Gouise0s e1perience !ith
!orkshopsP
(a She has attended many.
(" She has run many.
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(c She has al!ays !anted to attend one.
(d She has difficulty participating in them.
15*. /hat !as Gouise0s dreamP
(a )o !ork for an e1cellent company such as
CJ< ,nc.
(" )o discover a ne! ho""y unrelated to
computers
(c )o go to school to study computer
programming
(d )o attend the 1*th :nnual Conference of ,)
'rofessionals
15&. /hat did Gouise leave out of her responseP
(a /hy she "elieved she should "e sent on the
conference
(" )he name of her previous employers and the
school she attended
(c 4o! she !ould use the information she
learned at the conference
(d Critical information related to "ridge$
"uilding technology
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2((:in; f(r A%t(r
,0m in the final proposal stages for a "ook aimed at female European athletes. ,0m looking for an
e1perienced author !ho is also an athlete.
)he "ook is "eing pitched to a ma-or pu"lisher !ith a string of successful sports$themed "ooks. )his is a
very interesting pro-ect, and , need to find someone !ho lives to !rite, is fle1i"le, creative, energetic, and
resides in the greater Gondon area to "e a"le to colla"orate and have meetings.
, anticipate that the pro-ect !ill last for appro1imately three months. <uring this period, !ork !ill "e very
intense and !ill likely reOuire a very large time commitment. )he primary duties !ould "e !riting,
researching, and fact$checking, "ut could "e e1tended to other areas of the production process as the
pro-ect evolves.
'lease reply to @osh :"rams, #0 Stroud >reen 3oad, Gondon 9*(E4 !ith credentials and athletic
e1perience.
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@osh :"rams
#0 Stroud >reen 3oad
Gondon, England
9* (E4
%r. :"rams,
, think that ,0m the person you0re looking for on this pro-ect. /hyP , am an amateur athlete, and , can
!rite in !hatever tone, style, or voice is reOuired.
, "elong to several net!orking groups of female amateur athletes $ a great source for contacts $ and , am
very familiar !ith the uniOue challenges that !omen in the sports !orld face. , have also !ritten
e1tensively on the topics of the =lympics and particularly, lacrosse and foot"all. , am a rug"y player and
track athlete.
:fter graduating from high school, , decided to pursue sports more actively. , spent t!o years playing
semi$professional !omen0s soccer and rug"y, and placing very !ell in track events and marathons. ,
traveled e1tensively in Europe and "ecame familiar !ith the rules and organizations there.
:s a !riter, , have pu"lished over &00 articles in national and community ne!spapers. %y first "ook,
D3unning for the Iinish Gine,D !as a Canadian "est$seller. , have edited three anthologies and contri"uted
to several other "ooks and magazines. ,Wm also a meticulous copy editor.
DEnergeticD and DcreativeD don0t "egin to descri"e me $ if you decide that ,0m right for your pro-ect, you0ll
see !hat , mean.
3egards,
4ayley /eeks
570& ;itsilano Court
Jancouver, +.C.
Canada
J.5 (:7.
15.. /hy is %r. :"rams looking for an authorP
(a 4e has !ritten a "ook and needs it to "e
edited.
(" 4e has proposed a "ook and needs it to "e
!ritten.
(c 4e !ants media coverage for his "ook.
(d 4e !ants a second opinion on his "ook.
152. /hat type of !ork !ill this pro-ect consist
ofP
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(a )hree months of hard !ork
(" : year !ith minimal time commitments
(c : year !ith an intense !ork schedule
(d Ander three months of occasional !ork
155. /hy does 4ayley think she is ideal for the
pro-ectP
(a She is an amateur female athlete.
(" She has traveled e1tensively in Europe.
(c She has !ritten many articles and "ooks.
(d She is an a"le !riter and a female athlete.
157. /hy does 4ayley mention her
mem"ership in athletic net!orking groupsP
(a )o sho! that she kno!s people to talk to
a"out the "ook
(" )o prove that she loves sports
(c )o sho! ho! energetic and creative she is
(d )o identify !ho she !ill sell the "ook to.
170. /hy !on0t 4ayley "e selected for this -o"P
(a She copies other !riters.
(" She doesn0t have references.
(c She is a female.
(d She resides in Canada.
T& T(/ 9i4& 0(n;&st-r%nnin; (%t6((r t&atri<a0 /r(6%<ti(ns
'roduction 9ame =pening <ate Gocation
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1. :"igail 17#5 Gandsdale, C:
#. )he 9e! <ream 17(* Gos :ngeles, C:
(. +orn to Shine 17*2 Saratoga, 9?
*. 9o! until Iorever 17&1 'eterson, ;? &. Jern in the 4ills 17&. +radley, %=
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DJern in the 4illsD &0th :nniversary Cele"ration, +radley, %=
DJern in the 4illsD is cele"rating its &0th year in production. : light$hearted production staged "y the
City )heater in +radley, %=, DJern in the 4illsD has "een performed at the )hompson =utdoor )heater
each summer since it first opened on %ay #5, 17&.. Ie! theaters in such small cities are a"le to sustain a
production over a course of so many years.
DSomeho! !e0ve "ecome a classic, and part of the fa"ric of the community,D says artistic director <avid
Irey, D>oing to DJern in the 4illsD on a summer evening is -ust part of life here.D %r. Irey is only the
third director the production has seen in its fifty$year history. : fact that, %r. Irey says contri"utes to the
play0s success.
DJern in the 4illsD does seem to "e part of the fa"ric of the community. /e loved the production. /e
o"served several families !ith three generations having picnics and !atching the play. ,t !as clear that
most people had seen it "efore. ,f you ever have the chance to see DJern in the 4ills,D you !ill Ouickly
understand ho! it "ecame a classic.
171. /here is C)he 9e! <reamD playingP
(a 'eterson, ;?
(" Saratoga, 9?
(c Gandsdale, C:
(d Gos:ngeles, C:
17#. /hich production opened for the first time
in 17*2P
(a :"igail
(" )he 9e! <ream
(c +orn to Shine
(d 9o! until Iorever
17(. /hat is learned a"out CJern in the 4illsDP
(a ,t is "ased on a novel.
(" ,t is sho!n year$round.
(c ,t has "een in production for &0 years.
(d ,t has sold more tickets than any other sho!.
17*. /hat is learned a"out <avid IreyP
(a 4e !rote CJern in the 4ills.D
(" 4e is the director of CJern in the 4ills.D
(c 4e plays the lead role in CJern in the 4ills.D
(d 4e has seen every performance of CJern in
the 4ills.D
17&. ,n the article, the !ord CcourseD in
paragraph 1, line *, is closest in meaning to8
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(a class
(" period
(c program
(d direction.
=(5 O/&nin;
'osition8 Gi"rary Clerk
Gocation8 <istrict Gi"rary
/e are looking for an e1perienced li"rary clerk to perform various duties as assigned "y the head
li"rarian, including "ut not limited to processing of li"rary materials and assisting !ith circulation duties.
)he ideal candidate has at least 1 year of e1perience (co$op !ork placements counted, can demonstrate
superior customer$service skills, and is familiar !ith various li"rary shelving systems. 3elevant
educational "ackground is an asset.
;ey Competencies8
$$ ;no!ledge of li"rary practices, policies and procedures
$$ Computer skills8 /ord processing, ,nternet usage, computerized filing
$$ Effective communication !ith pu"lic and co$!orkers reOuired
'lease apply online at !!!.yourdistrictli"rary.com. 9o letters or phone calls please. =nly candidates
selected for an intervie! !ill "e contacted.
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=9G,9E @=+ :''G,C:),=9 I=3%
9ame8 <avid ;lein
:ddress8 #50 /ellington Street
'hone8 (&&& 2(5$552.
EV'E3,E9CE8
/inter #00($'resent8
Shelving )echnician, County Gi"rary
$$ E1perienced !ith all systems related to shelving8 <e!ey <ecimal, shelving "y genre, format, etc.
$$ <edicated to ensuring that li"rary patrons find !hat they need and leave the li"rary happy
Summer #00#, #00(8
'rogramming :ssistant, City 3eading Clu"
$$ 3esponsi"le for planning and implementing various summer reading programs for children
$$ 3ole included delivering story$times and liaising !ith parents
Iall #00#$Iall #00(8
'roduct <emonstrator, ,n$Store <emonstrations ,nc.
$$ 4ighly independent position, responsi"le for setting up display and giving out in$store samples
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$$ %ade detailed reports of customer reactions and monitored stock levels.
E<AC:),=98
#00.8 %c>ra! Aniversity
Student in -oint 4istoryNGi"rary Sciences program
:!arded an entrance scholarship
#00*8 %aple County 4igh School
4onor roll student
Editor of school ne!spaper.
17.. /ho !ould "e in charge of the person hired
for this -o"P
(a )he shelving technician
(" )he customer service representative
(c )he head li"rarian
(d )he co$op administrator.
172. /hat is reOuired for this positionP
(a %ath skills
(" Social skills
(c Computer programming
(d : li"rary science course
175. 4o! does <avid0s e1perience !ith
C<e!ey <ecimalD relate to the -o" postingP
(a ,t demonstrates his superior customer
service.
(" ,t sho!s his understanding of the ,nternet.
(c ,t demonstrates his a"ility to hand out in$
store samples.
(d ,t proves his familiarity !ith li"rary shelving
systems.
177. 4o! is <avid0s education an asset to his
applicationP
(a ,t relates to !orking in a li"rary.
(" ,t sho!s that he is a good reader.
(c ,t demonstrates his independence.
(d ,t proves his editing skills
#00. /hat did <avid do in the summer of #00(P
(a 4e applied for -o" position X 1007$(..
(" 4e !orked at more than one -o".
(c 4e finished high school.
(d 4e took a summer reading program
AN*WER
101. A 10#. . 10(. A 10*. . 10&. D 10.. . 102. . 105. A 107. . 110. D
111. . 11#. C 11(. A 11*. . 11&. D 11.. . 112. C 115. . 117. . 1#0. C
1#1. D 1##. A 1#(. . 1#*. C 1#&. A 1#.. C 1#2. . 1#5. C 1#7. A 1(0. .
1(1. A 1(#. D 1((. . 1(*. A 1(&. D 1(.. C 1(2. D 1(5. D 1(7. C 1*0. .
1*1. C 1*#. A 1*(. A 1**. D 1*&. C 1*.. C 1*2. C 1*5. A 1*7. D 1&0. .
1&1. A 1&#. D 1&(. D 1&*. . 1&&. D 1&.. C 1&2. D 1&5. . 1&7. . 1.0. C
1.1. C 1.#. A 1.(. C 1.*. A 1.&. . 1... D 1.2. . 1.5. . 1.7. C 120. .
121. A 12#. C 12(. C 12*. D 12&. . 12.. C 122. A 125. . 127. C 150. D
151. A 15#. . 15(. . 15*. C 15&. C 15.. . 152. A 155. D 157. A 170. D
171. D 17#. C 17(. C 17*. . 17&. . 17.. C 172. . 175. D 177. A #00. .
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#. APRI2 - NEW TOEIC Part 5 / 6 / 7
Part 5 + Part 6: finis !itin "# $in%t&s
101. <r. 4ooper at %ichigan Anited 4ospital is
the !orld0s ______ authority on knee replacement
surgeries.
(a led
(" leader
(c leading
(d leaders
10#. /ith ski season fast ______, investors are
!ondering !hether the ski lodge !ill "e
completed "y the first sno! fall.
(a selling
(" sno!ing
(c completing
(d approaching
10(. :lthea Corporation ______ "y many
analysts to "e the most innovative soft!are
company in the industry.
(a considera"ly
(" consideration
(c is considered
(d !as considering
10*. ,t is still unclear ______ the %ayor !ill
accept the recommendations of the City Council.
(a yet
(" a"out
(c "efore
(d !hether
10&. Salpert Corporation0s stock ______ "y 5K
during the first Ouarter of the year.
(a rose
(" rise
(c risen
(d rising
10.. : generation ago, no one could have
predicted that computers and the ,nternet !ould
"e as ______ as they are today.
(a recent
(" continual
(c prevalent
(d communicated
102. :l"ertson and ;elman have decided to open
a separate ______ for research and development.
(a office
(" officer
(c official
(d officially
105. 4ome sizes at )im"erland 3anch ______
from 1,#00 to 5,000 sOuare feet.
(a cost
(" count
(c range
(d !eigh
107. :n overpass on ,nterstate (5 in Gakevie!
County ______ yesterday, due to high flood
!aters.
(a collapse
(" collapsed
(c collapses
(d collapsing
110. /e anticipate ______ the first phase of the
pro-ect !ill take appro1imately t!o !eeks to
complete.
(a that
(" !hich
(c there
(d those
111. )he total cost to renovate the "uilding !as
61(.2& million, ______ dou"le the original
estimate.
(a almost
(" mostly
(c the most
(d most all
11#. /e !ould like to thank the Elog Ioundation
for their generous ______ to our charity
fundraiser.
(a donor
(" donate
(c donated
(d donation
11(. )he retail industry spends ______ 6#5
"illion on ,) and related systems annually.
(a nearly
(" yearly
(c monthly
(d continually
11*. %y ______ !ith %r. Irantz !as mostly
focused on issues related to integrating the staff
after the proposed merger.
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(a discuss
(" discussed
(c discusses
(d discussion
11&. )he schedule, !hich you !ill find attached,
______ the specific delivery dates !e reOuire.
(a ships
(" places
(c details
(d succeeds
11.. Senior analyst @ohn 'ierpoint e1pects
Sun<igit to post ______ of 6* "illion for the
year.
(a a profit
(" to profit
(c profita"le
(d profita"ly
112. ______ the high!ay !as "uilt, the only
practical !ay to "rings goods into the to!n of
)ilman !as "y rail.
(a )hen
(" /ith
(c Since
(d Antil
115. +rantel, ,nc. has reportedly ______ a &00$
acre property in +erlin, Ilorida, !here it plans to
"uild a manufacturing plan.
(a purchase
(" purchased
(c purchases
(d purchasing
117. <irector >ary 3o"ertson0s latest film,
CIrontiers,D centers on the ______ of a young
man !ho traveled to the :merican /est in the
15&0s, seeking fortune and fame.
(a "ook
(" novel
(c movie
(d story
1#0. )he "ird feeder ______ to keep sOuirrels
from getting to the "irdseed.
(a has design
(" is designed
(c !as a designer
(d has "een designing
1#1. ______ the 3adio Communications
<irectory, there are 1.,(2. licensed radio stations
currently "roadcasting.
(a <ue to
(" )aken "y
(c 3eOuired "y
(d :ccording to
1##. =n :pril (rd, !e !ill hold a meeting !ith
the ______ of our "usiness units.
(a manage
(" managed
(c managers
(d managing
1#(. )he average ______ for a #$"edroom
apartment in +oulder, Colorado is 6700 a month.
(a pay
(" size
(c rent
(d floor
1#*. <r. Corley holds a 'h.<. in anthropology,
and ______ a "ook a"out the 9ile delta last
=cto"er.
(a pu"lish
(" pu"lished
(c pu"lisher
(d pu"lishing
1#&. )he %etro )ech program offers a .$month
course leading to an :C:% ______ in +asic
:utomo"ile %aintenance upon successful
completion.
(a teacher
(" training
(c classroom
(d certificate
1#.. )he European Commerce :uthority is
seeking ______ imports of foreign$made te1tiles
and garments.
(a limits
(" limiting
(c to limit
(d limitation
1#2. +e sure to use the Standard =perations
checklist ______ time you prepare "o1es for
shipment.
(a fe!
(" each
(c many
(d none
1#5. )he %useum of 9atural 4istory and
,ndustry in )anner, =4 receives more than
*0,000 ______ each month.
(a visit
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(" visited
(c visitors
(d visiting
1#7. 'orta"le, afforda"le, and stylish8 personal
listening devices have never "een a more popular
______.
(a area
(" gift
(c sho!
(d music
1(0. @ohnson0s paper ______ three processes for
generating hydrogen in fuel cells.
(a compares
(" comparisons
(c is compared
(d !as a comparison
1(1. Gin)e1 CE= @ason 3eeves ______ a"ruptly
this afternoon, and the company did not offer an
e1planation for his sudden departure.
(a promoted
(" resigned
(c descended
(d accounted
1(#. )he agenda for )hursday0s meeting ______
include ne! product development.
(a not
(" !as not
(c has not
(d does not
1((. )he e$mail server !ill "e do!n ______
"et!een 78(0 and 10800 p.m. on /ednesday so
that !e can upgrade the soft!are.
(a permanently
(" immediately
(c temporarily
(d successfully
1(*. Anfortunately, the 9e! ?ork office has
failed ______ its sales goals in each of the last
three Ouarters.
(a achieves
(" to achieve
(c achievement
(d the achievements
1(&. /hile he does not say so directly, <r. )aylor
______ that consumers assign value to products
"ased on their perceptions of Ouality.
(a implies
(" e1amines
(c characterizes
(d distinguishes
1(.. :"out *0K of patients ______ come to the
<earfield Emergency 3oom have only minor
in-uries.
(a !ho
(" !hom
(c !hose
(d !hose are
1(2. 'lease contact @en <avis in the 43
<epartment if you have any Ouestions regarding
the ne! overtime and vacation ______.
(a methods
(" policies
(c reactions
(d "ehaviors
1(5. %any ______ are nervous a"out the
longterm financial health of the company,
especially after last !eek0s poor earnings report.
(a investors
(" investments
(c of investors
(d of the investments
1(7. %ost of the country0s ______ engages in
agricultural activities of one sort or another.
(a land
(" nation
(c garden
(d population
1*0. ______ C<I ,nc. stood to make a larger
profit "y selling its aging )e1as plant to rival
:l"acore ,nc., it decided instead to sell for less to
the relative ne!$comer )ele"rite, to help cement
a strategic partnership aimed at checking
:l"acore0s dominance.
(a +ecause
(" :lthough
(c :s long as
(d 3ather than
'%&sti(ns 1)1-1)# refer to the follo!ing letter.
N&! CEO f(r TNR>s E%r(/&an Di4isi(n
:utomaker )93 announced yesterday that it has ______ 'ierre :ldridge, the current CE= of its
,ntelliCar division, to the ne! position of CE= of the entire European division, effective immediately.
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1*1. (a appoint
(" appoints
(c appointed
(d appointment
%r. :ldridge, *5 years old, !ill "e responsi"le for overseeing the company0s operations throughout
Europe, and also for looking into potential relationships and e1pansion opportunities in :sia.
:lthough %r. :ldridge !ill "egin !orking in his ne! position immediately, he !ill continue acting as
CE= of the ,ntelliCar division until the release of the ,ntelliCar (.#, and until a ______ is hired.
1*#. (a replace
(" replaced
(c replacing
(d replacement
%r. :ldridge is ______ for )im <ressler, !ho !as reassigned to the 9orth :merican office.
1*(. (a going a!ay
(" !orking at
(c taking over
(d looking into
'%&sti(ns 1))-1)6 refer to the follo!ing letter.
%E%=3:9<A%
)o8 3oger ;han
Irom8 Gisa %c<ermott
<ate8 %ay 1st, #0M
Su"-ect8 Ganyard +ay do!n zoning
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<ear 3oger,
______ is a copy of the staff report that !ill "e sent to the City 'lanning :ssociation.
1**. (a ,mported
(" ,nvoiced
(c :ttached
(d Suspended
'lease note the ______ !e have made regarding the do!n zoning of the property at Ganyard +ay. =ur
case !ill "e heard at the regular meeting of the City 'lanning :ssociation, on @une 7th. )he meeting !ill
start at (800 p.m. in room (#7$C at the City 4all.
1*&. (a mem"ers
(" "uildings
(c suggestions
(d neigh"orhoods
, think it is very important that !e "oth ______ in person. , think our presence !ill help our reOuest to "e
taken seriously. )his !ill "e one of many items on their agenda.
1*.. (a attend
(" attended
(c attending
(d attendance
'lease let me kno! if you !ill "e a"le to go !ith me.
)hanks,
Gisa
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'%&sti(ns 1)7-1), refer to the follo!ing letter.
Irom8 9athaniel 9i
)o8 >itah <avis
Su"-ect8 =vertime !ork
<ate8 :ugust 10
>itah,
,0ve attached the overtime !ork that , spoke !ith you a"out earlier. :s !e discussed "efore, , need you to
______ all of the information on a spreadsheet and !rite a "rief summary of the figures. )he !ork must
"e completed "y Iriday, :ugust 1*.
1*2. (a organize
(" organizing
(c organization
(d organizationally
=nce you0re finished !ith the documents, please ______ them "ack to me !ith an indication of ho! long
it took you to complete the !ork.
1*5. (a sent
(" send
(c sends
(d sending
,0ll fill out the necessary forms to secure your overtime ______.
1*7. (a option
(" deposit
(c caution
(d payment
,f you have any Ouestions, do not hesitate to contact me at e1tension (052.
)hank you,
9athaniel 9i.
'%&sti(ns 15--15" refer to the follo!ing letter.
Jision Ca"le
#*7 /. )enth Street
)aylor, ,< 705(*
Service :ddress8
%ary :nn 'ayton
(10 %ain Street
)aylor, ,< 705*#
+y ______ "elo!, , certify that , am at least 15 years old and am the o!ner or tenant of the residence at
the a"ove address.
1&0. (a aging
(" living
(c fi1ing
(d signing
, also certify that the repair or other !ork order has "een completed ______. ,f this !ork order relates to
initial installation of services,
1&1. (a satisfied
(" satisfying
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(c satisfactory
(d satisfactorily
, accept responsi"ility for all property loaned ______ "y Jision Ca"le. , certify that , have received a
!elcome packet that contains my su"scri"er agreement as !ell as information a"out my services.
1&#. (a to me
(" in them
(c for you
(d a"out us
Customer 9ame8 %ary :nn 'ayton <ate8 %arch (, #0M
Customer Signature8 %ary :nn 'ayton <ate8 %arch (, #0$$
Part 7 : finis !itin "" $in%t&s
<ar 'feiffer 3eports Strong H# 'rofit
=n /ednesday, <ar 'feiffer, one of the largest "rokerage firms in the !orld, reported a second$Ouarter
profit that !as &(K larger than e1pected. )he second$Ouarter profit !as attri"uted to a one$time deal !ith
money manager )apcourt.
Shareholders sa! this profit in the form of a 6#.*. increase in share prices. )he same period last year
sho!ed a 61.02 increase a share. E1cluding the deal !ith )apcourt, <ar 'feiffer !ould have reported a
profit #(K larger than e1pected. Either !ay, <ar 'feiffer topped market predictions for performance "y at
least 61.&5 a share.
1&(. /hat is <ar 'feifferP
(a : "rokerage firm
(" :n accounting firm
(c : market analyst firm
(d :n investment "anking firm
1&*. /hat did <ar 'feiffer reportP
(a )hat it plans to offer ne! services
(" )hat it had purchased a smaller firm
(c )hat it plans to increase its prices
(d )hat it had made more profit than e1pected
#1st :nnual Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth
Conference 'urpose
)he #1st :nnual Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth provides professional education and
net!orking for doctors, dentists, nurses, social !orkers, health care instructors, students, and anyone else
involved or interested in the health care profession. )he conference is funded "y grants to the Spears
Ioundation from the <epartment of 4ealth, the Children0s 4ealth 9et!ork, the Iamily 4ealth
:ssociation, the =rganization for /orld 4ealth and 9utrition, and !ith support from the Se"astian G.
)urner Ioundation and the 'hillippe Endo!ment.
Conference >oals
)he focus of this year0s conference !ill "e promoting proper nutrition among children. Childhood
nutrition is a significant health care issue in light of the increased prevalence of childhood illnesses
related to an improper diet. ,n addition to posing immediate health conseOuences, a poor diet can
contri"ute to poor health throughout an individual0s life and eventually lead to conditions like o"esity and
heart disease.
)he goal of the #1st :nnual Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth is to foster the a!areness and early
prevention of improper childhood nutrition !ithin the field of healthcare.
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)he conference aims to8
Z "roaden the discussion on nutrition to include health impacts at local, state, national and international
levels among individuals under the age of 1#
Z descri"e the latest physical and mental health findings related to improper childhood nutrition
Z highlight innovative research, practices, and programs that seek to improve the nutrition of children
Z emphasize prevention and intervention strategies appropriate for children of different cultures, physical
a"ilities, geographic settings, and communities
Conference <ates
Iriday %arch #( to Sunday %arch #&
Contact ,nformation
Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth
:ttn8 Conference %anager
Ga!rence '. %artin, @r.
5 9e!"ury Street
+oston, %assachusetts 0#11&
'hone8 .12$#.#$00**
Ia18 .12$#.#$0005
E$mail8 conferenceUspearsfoundation.org.
1&&. )he !ord CpromotingD in paragraph #, line
1, is closest in meaning to8
(a "enefiting
(" encouraging
(c advertising
(d contri"uting
1&.. /ho is the conference forP
(a 'eople in the retail industry
(" 'eople in the "anking industry
(c 'eople in the education industry
(d 'eople in the healthcare industry
1&2. /hat is the focus of the conferenceP
(a Safety on the -o"
(" Employee education
(c Childhood nutrition
(d Employee health "enefits
1&5. /ho is %r. %artinP
(a )he manager of the conference
(" : mem"er of the Children0s 9et!ork
(c )he president of the Spears Ioundation
(d : ma-or donor to the Spears Ioundation
1&7. =n !hat day !ill conference activities
9=) take placeP
(a %arch ##
(" %arch #(
(c %arch #*
(d %arch #&
+est Cities Ior )ech /orkers
:ccording to <ataHuest0s latest figures, the "est -o"s in technology are located in eight metropolitan
areas8 9e! ?ork, San Irancisco, :tlanta, Seattle, 'ortland, San <iego, 4ouston, and 'hiladelphia.
<ataHuest first "egan collecting this data five years ago. )he list of top$tech cities has changed since
then, "ut demand for tech !orkers has not $ it has risen "y t!enty$five percent.
,f you are pursuing a career in technology, "ut do not live in or near one of the top$tech cities, there is still
plenty of opportunity.
%atthe! %artinez, CE= of 9etStaff, a high$tech staffing firm !ith offices around the country, said that
the companies his company recruits for are al!ays looking for more employees !ith tech e1pertise.
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:ccording to %artinez, DDIor most areas it is currently an 0employees market,0 meaning that many
employees in technology are a"le to pick and choose their -o"s, ask for "etter "enefits, and arrange
fle1i"le !ork schedules.
1.0. :ccording to the passage, !hich of the
follo!ing is 9=) one of the top$tech citiesP
(a :tlanta
(" 4ouston
(c Seattle
(d Chicago
1.1. /hat is said a"out demand for tech
!orkersP
(a ,t has continued to decline.
(" ,t has "een concentrated in 5 ma-or areas.
(c ,t has risen "y #& percent over the past five
years.
(d ,t has influenced the development of the
toptech cities.
1.#. /hat does %atthe! %artinez imply a"out
tech !orkers in the current -o" marketP
(a )hey need to "e fle1i"le in their
reOuirements.
(" )hey should not e1pect conditions to change
soon.
(c )hey may "e a"le to negotiate "etter !ork
situations.
(d )hey can get the "est -o"s through recruiting
and staffing firms
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can "e given.
1.(. 4o! much did )ony 'arker pay for his
purchaseP
(a 6#0.11
(" 6#1.*&
(c 6#1.75
(d 6#5.0*
1.*. /hat did )ony 'arker purchaseP
(a : C<
(" Iood
(c : "ook
(d Clothing.
1.&. 4o! long does )ony 'arker have to return
his purchaseP
(a 2 days
(" 1* days
(c #5 days
(d (0 days
)he +ridgeport 3evitalization Committee(+3C
1( 3o"in /ay
+ridgeport, %: 0#1#.
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;evin )aylor
#0( 5th :venue
+ridgeport, %: 0#1((
<ear %r. )aylor,
, am e1cited to announce to our mem"ers that !e have received a 62&0,000 grant from the 3oger Coopers
Ioundation for our City 3enovation 'ro-ect.
)he City 3enovation 'ro-ect focuses on the do!nto!n area of +ridgeport, "et!een Iirst :venue and
Gincoln /ay. /e !ill "egin "y redesigning +aten 'ark and the pedestrian !alk!ays to create a more
inviting space for shoppers and !orkers on their lunch "reaks.
)his grant is the largest !e have ever received, and !e are e1cited a"out the !ork it !ill allo! us to
accomplish.
/e look for!ard to improving the Ouality of life in our city through great designE
<enise Ge+aron.
1... /hat can "e inferred a"out %r. )aylorP
(a 4e is a mem"er of the +3C.
(" 4e !orks for <enise Ge+aron.
(c 4e lives "et!een Iirst :venue and Gincoln
/ay.
(d 4e is on the "oard of the 3oger Coopers
Ioundation.
1.2. /hat !ill the +3C use the grant money to
doP
(a +uild a museum
(" 3edesign a park
(c E1pand the high!ay net!ork
(d Create !orker training programs.
1.5. /hat is true a"out the grantP
(a ,t is for more than 61 million.
(" ,t is an e1tension of an e1isting grant.
(c ,t is a!arded "y the +ridgeport
3evitalization Committee.
(d ,t is the largest the +3C has ever received.
T& *t&$&r&s< Wat&r Tr&at$&nt P0ant
,t is the goal of the Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lant to keep the Stemeresch 3iver, the streams that flo!
into it, and our entire !ater supply as clean and healthy as possi"le. /e !ant the people !ho live in San
3ealto )o!nship and the visitors to this great city to en-oy all !e have to offer, from parks and shopping,
to golf courses and s!imming pools. 9one of this !ould "e possi"le !ithout our !ater supply.
Each month, the Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lant reclaims a"out a Ouarter of the !ater that passes
through the plant(a"out 1.0 million gallons and uses it to irrigate landscaping for the city0s parks and
recreation areas. :dditionally, all so$called "iosolids that are removed from the !aste!ater process are
dried and tested to make sure they meet Class : reOuirements, !hich means the solids can "e recycled as
fertilizer.
)he %ission of the /ater 'ollution :dministration is to efficiently, effectively, and professionally8
L collect and treat !aste!ater
L recycle "iosolids responsi"ly
L protect the health and safety of the local community
L protect the !ater Ouality of the Stemeresch 3iver and streams
L supplement the !ater supply !ith recycled !ater for park irrigation
L promote discussion a"out !ater treatment and conservation !ith the pu"lic.
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1.7. /hich of the follo!ing is a stated goal of
the Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lantP
(a )o recycle "iosolids
(" )o educate the pu"lic
(c )o create -o" opportunities
(d )o test the to!nship !ater supply.
120. /here is the Stemeresch /ater )reatment
'lant most likely locatedP
(a 9ear a pond
(" 9ear a lake
(c 9ear the sea
(d 9ear a river
121. 4o! many millions of gallons of !ater
does the plant claim to recycle each monthP
(a 1.0
(" #.0
(c *.0
(d &.#

12#. 4o! is the reclaimed !ater from the
Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lant usedP
(a )o fill city$o!ned s!imming pools
(" )o irrigate local farms and orchards
(c )o !ater parks and other landscaping
(d )o supplement the city0s drinking !ater
supply.
@ared =0Connor
1#0& Coconut 3oad
It. Gauderdale, IG ((0#5
:pril 1* #0M
%r. +radley Chang
<irector of 4uman 3esources
Atmost.com
7##& 'erry :venue, Suite (0#
It. Gauderdale, IG ((0#5
<ear %r. Chang,
, am !riting to thank you for the time you took to discuss the technical support manager position at
Atmost.com !ith me. , really en-oyed learning more a"out the position and the company0s operations.
, also en-oyed the opportunity to meet and o"serve your employeesB , !as impressed "y the e1citement
and enthusiasm they had for their -o"s, and for the company as a !hole. ,t is no !onder that Atmost.com
has "een so successful.
, !ould like to confirm my strong interest in the position. , feel , !ould "e a good fit. , have a strong
!ork ethic, , en-oy !orking in teams, and , am a creative pro"lem$solver.
, look for!ard to hearing from you a"out the position. ,f you have any additional Ouestions please do not
hesitate to call me.
Sincerely,
@ared =0Connor.
12(. Ior !hat -o" is @ared =0Connor "eing
consideredP
(a )echnical support manager
(" <irector of human resources
(c Customer service team mem"er
(d <igital information specialist
12*. :ccording to the letter, !hat pro"a"ly
happened during @ared =0Connor0s intervie!P
(a 4e attended a meeting !ith a client.
(" 4e !as asked to give a presentation.
(c 4e o"served employees doing their -o"s.
(d 4e took a test to demonstrate his technical
skills
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12&. /hat does @ared =0Connor imply a"out the
Atmost.com employeesP
(a )hey are highly skilled.
(" )hey do not reOuire much supervision.
(c )hey do not all !ork in the same office.
(d )hey contri"ute to the company0s success.
12.. /hich of the follo!ing is 9=) a
characteristic that @ared =0Connor claims to
haveP
(a : strong !ork ethic
(" 'ro"lem$solving skills
(c :"ility to !ork on teams
(d E1cellent communication skills
)he AS 4ard!are %anufacturing Sector
)he hard!are manufacturing sector in the Anited States generated 6(.05 "illion in sales last year. )he
industry currently employs appro1imately 15,000 people, nearly 1&,000 of !hom are engaged in
production.
<uring the 1750s and 1770s, large corporations "egan to acOuire smaller firms. Ior e1ample, )!in Ialls
4ard!are, long the num"er$t!o company in the industry in terms of sales, acOuired eight companies
"et!een 175. and 177(, further reinforcing its position.
,n 177&, t!o large hard!are manufacturers, >ator ,nc. and ;airn Corporation, merged to form ;airn
4oldings, an arrangement profita"le for "oth companies. ;airn 4oldings !as the leading hard!are
manufacturer in the Anited States in 1775, and continues to "e a market leader.
)he ma-ority of companies in the hard!are manufacturing sector are privately o!ned. )he industry is
concentrated in the Southeastern Anited States, !ith over *0 percent of shipments originating there.
122. /hat is learned a"out the AS hard!are
manufacturing sectorP
(a ,t employs a"out 15,000 people.
(" ,t is entering a period of change.
(c ,t reached its peak during the 1770s.
(d ,t is a com"ination of three different
industries.
125. :ccording to the passage, !hat happened
in the AS hard!are manufacturing sector during
the 1750s and 1770sP
(a Sales topped 6( "illion annually.
(" Garge corporations acOuired smaller ones.
(c 'rivately$o!ned firms "ecame more
po!erful.
(d Huality control procedures led to increased
efficiency.
127. /hat is learned a"out )!in Ialls
4ard!areP
(a ,t plans to dou"le its employees.
(" ,t has e1panded the types of items it
produces.
(c ,t has the industry0s second$largest sales
volume.
(d ,t recently purchased a ne! manufacturing
facility
150. /hat is learned a"out ;airn 4oldingsP
(a ,t !as formed from a merger.
(" ,t !as a market leader in 177&.
(c ,t !as the most profita"le manufacturer in
1777.
(d ,t !as previously kno!n as the >ator
Corporation
151. )he !ord CconcentratedD in paragraph *,
line #, is closest in meaning to8
(a merged
(" thought
(c gro!ing
(d grouped.
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Street %aintenance, %cIarlen, %9
)o report pro"lems !ith street maintenance please call the pu"lic !orks department at (*1$*2#$(.50
during our normal office hours8 2800 a.m. $ *800 p.m. :fter hours, please leave a message on the
'u"lic /orks 4otline at (*1$*2#$(.00, or e$mail the pu"lic !orks department at
maintenanceUmcfarlendp!.gov. ,n case of an emergency, please contact the %cIarlen 'olice
<epartment at (*1$*2#$(000.
,f you notice any of the follo!ing, please report the pro"lem8
L 'otholes, street asphalt, guardrails, or reflective markers on City$maintained streets need to "e
repaired or replaced. )his e1cludes areas !here road maintenance is in progress.
L Street traffic signs need to "e repaired or replaced
L 'avement marking needs repair (e.g., yello! lines "et!een lanes
L 'arking meters are knocked do!n or not !orking
L Streets are flooded due to storms
L Spill response is needed
L >raffiti is found
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Irom8 +ecky 'rice
<ate8 @anuary #(, #0M
Su"-ect8 Stop sign do!n
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)o /hom ,t %ay Concern8
, am !riting to let you kno! that there is a stop sign do!n, at the corner of Cherry Street and )enth
:venue. ,t must have fallen do!n during the storm last night.
,0m concerned "ecause this is a residential area that "orders the high school property. )he corner gets
a lot of traffic, especially !hen school is in session, and , "elieve it could "e dangerous !ithout a
stop sign. 9ormally, Cherry and )enth is a four$!ay$stop intersection. :s you can no dou"t imagine,
!ithout the stop sign, the possi"ility for accidents is high.
,f you !ould like to contact me, please feel free to do so8
2*#$*55$(1#..
)hanks,
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+ecky 'rice.
15#. /hich num"er should "e called to report a
nonemergency situation outside of normal !ork
hoursP
(a (*1$*2#$(000
(" (*1$*2#$(.00
(c (*1$*2#$(.50
(d 2*#$*55$(1#..
15(. :ccording to +ecky 'rice, !hat happened
the previous nightP
(a )here !as a storm.
(" : meeting !as held.
(c )here !as a car accident.
(d : road maintenance cre! arrived.
15*. /hat does +ecky 'rice reportP
(a : pothole
(" : flooded street
(c : fallen stop sign
(d : damaged guardrail.
15&. /hat is learned a"out the corner of Cherry
Street and )enth :venueP
(a ,t is near a high school.
(" ,t floods often due to storms.
(c ,t does not have reflective markers.
(d ,t has "een the scene of several accidents.
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=ur favorite paper shredder is the 'rivacy Solutions 'G$2500, !hich retails for 61#0. )his cross$cut paper
shredder !orks !ell, did not -am in any of our tests, and is !ell !orth the money. )he 'rivacy Solutions
'G$2500 is rated for ten sheets of paper and, although it operated faster !ith fe!er sheets, it had no
trou"le !ith all ten. ,t can handle a"out (00 sheets per day. ,t can also shred C<s. ,f you donWt need a C<
shredder and have minimal shredding needs, the 'rivacy Solutions 'G$.100, !hich retails for 627, is a
good deal.
15.. /hich model sells for 6&5P
(a Shuffle Shred >'210
(" Shuffle Shred <C(055
(c Sander Cross$Cut 3<G$.11V
(d 'rivacy Solutions 'G$*#00.
152. /hat is said a"out the Shuffle Shred >S$
.1P
(a ,t is easy to empty.
(" ,t has an e1tra$long cord.
(c ,t has three different settings.
(d ,t can cut up to eight sheets at a time.
155. /hat is claimed a"out cross$cut shreddersP
(a )hey are considered more secure.
(" )hey can cut more pages at one time.
(c )hey do not -am as much as strip$cut
shredders.
(d )hey are availa"le only for medium or heavy
use.
157. /hich of the follo!ing is 9=) true a"out
the 'rivacy Solutions 'G$2500P
(a ,t can shred C<s.
(" ,t retails for 627.
(c ,t can handle up to (00 pages per day.
(d ,t is 'roduct )rial0s favorite paper shredder.
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170. /hat is learned a"out ShuffleP
(a )hey have e1cellent customer service.
(" )hey make very good medium use shredders.
(c )heir products sell for more than others.
(d )hey make more shredders than most
companies.
)o8 Steve ?ang
Irom8 :rthur >oodman
<ate8 %arch (, #0$$ 1180#8#* a.m.
Su"-ect8 %anagement )raining Sessions
:ttachments8 goodman_calendar.doc
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4i Steve,
,t !as good to hear from you earlier today. ,t0s "een very "usy around here too. /e -ust finished our -o"
candidate intervie!s yesterday. )his means that today !e !ill meet to figure out !hich candidates !e
!ould like to talk to further. ,t !ill pro"a"ly "e a long meeting.
, am glad you contacted me a"out !hen !e can organize this year0s e1ecutive management training
sessions. ,t0s hard to "elieve this !ill "e the third year !e0ve done it. ,0m sending you my calendar for the
month of :pril, so !e can pick our dates. :s you0ll see, ,0m pretty open at this point. =nce !e have the
dates figured out, !e should talk a"out !hether !e0d like to change any parts of the curriculum from last
time. /e should put together an initial list of people to invite.
, !ould also like to talk a"out turning our training materials into a "ook, "ut this is not urgent.
, hope you are !ell. )hanks for taking the initiative on organizing the third training session.
:rt >oodman
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171. /hat is the purpose of the e$mailP
(a )o find a date for a training session
(" )o recruit a training session coordinator
(c )o reserve a location for the training session
(d )o create a guest list for the training session
17#. /hat is learned a"out :rthur >oodman0s
companyP
(a ,t is promoting a "ook.
(" ,t is hiring a ne! employee.
(c ,t is creating a ne! department.
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(d ,t is updating employee information
17(. /hat can "e inferred a"out the e1ecutive
management training sessionP
(a ,t lasts for * days.
(" ,t !ill "e held at a hotel.
(c ,t is reOuired for all managers.
(d ,t has "een conducted t!ice "efore.
17*. /hat is scheduled for :pril #0thP
(a : "ook <eadline
(" : managers0 meeting
(c : meeting in :tlanta
(d :n appointment !ith <r. Gin
17&. =n !hich date is the 3egional %eetingP
(a :pril 5
(" :pril 1*
(c :pril #(
(d :pril #7
Irom8 ;enan +eauchamp Sk"champU!e"e1ec.netT
)o8 Customer Service Scustomer.serviceUhucnv.comT
Su"-ect8 <ecem"er "ill reOuest
<ate8 @anuary 11
)o /hom ,t %ay Concern8
%y account !ith 4enderson Atilities Company is set up such that my monthly utility "ills are directly
deducted from my checking account. , noticed this month that 6152.(( had "een deducted from my
account for utilities. Since "ecoming a customer of 4AC, my monthly utility "ill has never e1ceeded
61&0. Since , never received a paper "ill from you, ,0d like to reOuest a copy of the "ill to ensure that ,
!as not overcharged for any services. )hank you.
Sincerely,
;enan +eauchamp.
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4enderson Atilities Company *( /arm Springs 3oad
4enderson, 9evada 5701*
(20# *7($*(*(
:ccount num"er8 7#0$&($10((#
9ame8 ;enan +eauchamp
:ddress8 17 >alleria <rive
4enderson, 9evada 5700#
+illing period8 <ecem"er 2 $ @anuary 2
<ue date8 @anuary #(
)otal amount due8 6152.((
/ater8 6(1.52
Electricity8 6*#.11
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"illing, you can also pay your "ills online. )o sign up for an account, visit !!!.1.comNonline"ill.
17.. :ccording to the letter, !hat is true a"out
%r. +eauchamp0s accountP
(a ,t is an online account.
(" 4e opened in more than ten years ago.
(c 4e deactivated it at the "eginning of
<ecem"er.
(d ,t allo!s "ills to "e deducted from his
checking account.
172. /hat does %r. +eauchamp say he did
9=) receiveP
(a : "ill
(" : service
(c : receipt
(d : discount
175. /hat is the due date of the "illP
(a <ecem"er 2
(" @anuary 2
(c @anuary 11
(d @anuary #(.
177. 4o! much !as %r. +eauchamp charged
for electricityP
(a 6(1.52
(" 6*#.11
(c 611(.(&
(d 6152.((
#00. :ccording to the "ill, ho! can customers
pay their "ills onlineP
(a +y filling out a form
(" +y visiting a /e" page
(c +y e$mailing customer service
(d +y calling a customer service hot line
AN*WER
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). APRI2 - NEW TOEIC Part 5 / 6 / 7
Part 5 + Part 6: finis !itin "# $in%t&s
101. <r. 4ooper at %ichigan Anited 4ospital is
the !orld0s ______ authority on knee replacement
surgeries.
(a led
(" leader
(c leading
(d leaders
10#. /ith ski season fast ______, investors are
!ondering !hether the ski lodge !ill "e
completed "y the first sno! fall.
(a selling
(" sno!ing
(c completing
(d approaching
10(. :lthea Corporation ______ "y many
analysts to "e the most innovative soft!are
company in the industry.
(a considera"ly
(" consideration
(c is considered
(d !as considering
10*. ,t is still unclear ______ the %ayor !ill
accept the recommendations of the City Council.
(a yet
(" a"out
(c "efore
(d !hether
10&. Salpert Corporation0s stock ______ "y 5K
during the first Ouarter of the year.
(a rose
(" rise
(c risen
(d rising
10.. : generation ago, no one could have
predicted that computers and the ,nternet !ould
"e as ______ as they are today.
(a recent
(" continual
(c prevalent
(d communicated
102. :l"ertson and ;elman have decided to open
a separate ______ for research and development.
(a office
(" officer
(c official
(d officially
105. 4ome sizes at )im"erland 3anch ______
from 1,#00 to 5,000 sOuare feet.
(a cost
(" count
(c range
(d !eigh
107. :n overpass on ,nterstate (5 in Gakevie!
County ______ yesterday, due to high flood
!aters.
(a collapse
(" collapsed
(c collapses
(d collapsing
110. /e anticipate ______ the first phase of the
pro-ect !ill take appro1imately t!o !eeks to
complete.
(a that
(" !hich
(c there
(d those
111. )he total cost to renovate the "uilding !as
61(.2& million, ______ dou"le the original
estimate.
(a almost
(" mostly
(c the most
(d most all
11#. /e !ould like to thank the Elog Ioundation
for their generous ______ to our charity
fundraiser.
(a donor
(" donate
(c donated
(d donation
11(. )he retail industry spends ______ 6#5
"illion on ,) and related systems annually.
(a nearly
(" yearly
(c monthly
(d continually
11*. %y ______ !ith %r. Irantz !as mostly
focused on issues related to integrating the staff
after the proposed merger.
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(a discuss
(" discussed
(c discusses
(d discussion
11&. )he schedule, !hich you !ill find attached,
______ the specific delivery dates !e reOuire.
(a ships
(" places
(c details
(d succeeds
11.. Senior analyst @ohn 'ierpoint e1pects
Sun<igit to post ______ of 6* "illion for the
year.
(a a profit
(" to profit
(c profita"le
(d profita"ly
112. ______ the high!ay !as "uilt, the only
practical !ay to "rings goods into the to!n of
)ilman !as "y rail.
(a )hen
(" /ith
(c Since
(d Antil
115. +rantel, ,nc. has reportedly ______ a &00$
acre property in +erlin, Ilorida, !here it plans to
"uild a manufacturing plan.
(a purchase
(" purchased
(c purchases
(d purchasing
117. <irector >ary 3o"ertson0s latest film,
CIrontiers,D centers on the ______ of a young
man !ho traveled to the :merican /est in the
15&0s, seeking fortune and fame.
(a "ook
(" novel
(c movie
(d story
1#0. )he "ird feeder ______ to keep sOuirrels
from getting to the "irdseed.
(a has design
(" is designed
(c !as a designer
(d has "een designing
1#1. ______ the 3adio Communications
<irectory, there are 1.,(2. licensed radio stations
currently "roadcasting.
(a <ue to
(" )aken "y
(c 3eOuired "y
(d :ccording to
1##. =n :pril (rd, !e !ill hold a meeting !ith
the ______ of our "usiness units.
(a manage
(" managed
(c managers
(d managing
1#(. )he average ______ for a #$"edroom
apartment in +oulder, Colorado is 6700 a month.
(a pay
(" size
(c rent
(d floor
1#*. <r. Corley holds a 'h.<. in anthropology,
and ______ a "ook a"out the 9ile delta last
=cto"er.
(a pu"lish
(" pu"lished
(c pu"lisher
(d pu"lishing
1#&. )he %etro )ech program offers a .$month
course leading to an :C:% ______ in +asic
:utomo"ile %aintenance upon successful
completion.
(a teacher
(" training
(c classroom
(d certificate
1#.. )he European Commerce :uthority is
seeking ______ imports of foreign$made te1tiles
and garments.
(a limits
(" limiting
(c to limit
(d limitation
1#2. +e sure to use the Standard =perations
checklist ______ time you prepare "o1es for
shipment.
(a fe!
(" each
(c many
(d none
1#5. )he %useum of 9atural 4istory and
,ndustry in )anner, =4 receives more than
*0,000 ______ each month.
(a visit
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(" visited
(c visitors
(d visiting
1#7. 'orta"le, afforda"le, and stylish8 personal
listening devices have never "een a more popular
______.
(a area
(" gift
(c sho!
(d music
1(0. @ohnson0s paper ______ three processes for
generating hydrogen in fuel cells.
(a compares
(" comparisons
(c is compared
(d !as a comparison
1(1. Gin)e1 CE= @ason 3eeves ______ a"ruptly
this afternoon, and the company did not offer an
e1planation for his sudden departure.
(a promoted
(" resigned
(c descended
(d accounted
1(#. )he agenda for )hursday0s meeting ______
include ne! product development.
(a not
(" !as not
(c has not
(d does not
1((. )he e$mail server !ill "e do!n ______
"et!een 78(0 and 10800 p.m. on /ednesday so
that !e can upgrade the soft!are.
(a permanently
(" immediately
(c temporarily
(d successfully
1(*. Anfortunately, the 9e! ?ork office has
failed ______ its sales goals in each of the last
three Ouarters.
(a achieves
(" to achieve
(c achievement
(d the achievements
1(&. /hile he does not say so directly, <r. )aylor
______ that consumers assign value to products
"ased on their perceptions of Ouality.
(a implies
(" e1amines
(c characterizes
(d distinguishes
1(.. :"out *0K of patients ______ come to the
<earfield Emergency 3oom have only minor
in-uries.
(a !ho
(" !hom
(c !hose
(d !hose are
1(2. 'lease contact @en <avis in the 43
<epartment if you have any Ouestions regarding
the ne! overtime and vacation ______.
(a methods
(" policies
(c reactions
(d "ehaviors
1(5. %any ______ are nervous a"out the
longterm financial health of the company,
especially after last !eek0s poor earnings report.
(a investors
(" investments
(c of investors
(d of the investments
1(7. %ost of the country0s ______ engages in
agricultural activities of one sort or another.
(a land
(" nation
(c garden
(d population
1*0. ______ C<I ,nc. stood to make a larger
profit "y selling its aging )e1as plant to rival
:l"acore ,nc., it decided instead to sell for less to
the relative ne!$comer )ele"rite, to help cement
a strategic partnership aimed at checking
:l"acore0s dominance.
(a +ecause
(" :lthough
(c :s long as
(d 3ather than
'%&sti(ns 1)1-1)# refer to the follo!ing letter.
N&! CEO f(r TNR>s E%r(/&an Di4isi(n
:utomaker )93 announced yesterday that it has ______ 'ierre :ldridge, the current CE= of its
,ntelliCar division, to the ne! position of CE= of the entire European division, effective immediately.
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1*1. (a appoint
(" appoints
(c appointed
(d appointment
%r. :ldridge, *5 years old, !ill "e responsi"le for overseeing the company0s operations throughout
Europe, and also for looking into potential relationships and e1pansion opportunities in :sia.
:lthough %r. :ldridge !ill "egin !orking in his ne! position immediately, he !ill continue acting as
CE= of the ,ntelliCar division until the release of the ,ntelliCar (.#, and until a ______ is hired.
1*#. (a replace
(" replaced
(c replacing
(d replacement
%r. :ldridge is ______ for )im <ressler, !ho !as reassigned to the 9orth :merican office.
1*(. (a going a!ay
(" !orking at
(c taking over
(d looking into
'%&sti(ns 1))-1)6 refer to the follo!ing letter.
%E%=3:9<A%
)o8 3oger ;han
Irom8 Gisa %c<ermott
<ate8 %ay 1st, #0M
Su"-ect8 Ganyard +ay do!n zoning
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<ear 3oger,
______ is a copy of the staff report that !ill "e sent to the City 'lanning :ssociation.
1**. (a ,mported
(" ,nvoiced
(c :ttached
(d Suspended
'lease note the ______ !e have made regarding the do!n zoning of the property at Ganyard +ay. =ur
case !ill "e heard at the regular meeting of the City 'lanning :ssociation, on @une 7th. )he meeting !ill
start at (800 p.m. in room (#7$C at the City 4all.
1*&. (a mem"ers
(" "uildings
(c suggestions
(d neigh"orhoods
, think it is very important that !e "oth ______ in person. , think our presence !ill help our reOuest to "e
taken seriously. )his !ill "e one of many items on their agenda.
1*.. (a attend
(" attended
(c attending
(d attendance
'lease let me kno! if you !ill "e a"le to go !ith me.
)hanks,
Gisa
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'%&sti(ns 1)7-1), refer to the follo!ing letter.
Irom8 9athaniel 9i
)o8 >itah <avis
Su"-ect8 =vertime !ork
<ate8 :ugust 10
>itah,
,0ve attached the overtime !ork that , spoke !ith you a"out earlier. :s !e discussed "efore, , need you to
______ all of the information on a spreadsheet and !rite a "rief summary of the figures. )he !ork must
"e completed "y Iriday, :ugust 1*.
1*2. (a organize
(" organizing
(c organization
(d organizationally
=nce you0re finished !ith the documents, please ______ them "ack to me !ith an indication of ho! long
it took you to complete the !ork.
1*5. (a sent
(" send
(c sends
(d sending
,0ll fill out the necessary forms to secure your overtime ______.
1*7. (a option
(" deposit
(c caution
(d payment
,f you have any Ouestions, do not hesitate to contact me at e1tension (052.
)hank you,
9athaniel 9i.
'%&sti(ns 15--15" refer to the follo!ing letter.
Jision Ca"le
#*7 /. )enth Street
)aylor, ,< 705(*
Service :ddress8
%ary :nn 'ayton
(10 %ain Street
)aylor, ,< 705*#
+y ______ "elo!, , certify that , am at least 15 years old and am the o!ner or tenant of the residence at
the a"ove address.
1&0. (a aging
(" living
(c fi1ing
(d signing
, also certify that the repair or other !ork order has "een completed ______. ,f this !ork order relates to
initial installation of services,
1&1. (a satisfied
(" satisfying
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(c satisfactory
(d satisfactorily
, accept responsi"ility for all property loaned ______ "y Jision Ca"le. , certify that , have received a
!elcome packet that contains my su"scri"er agreement as !ell as information a"out my services.
1&#. (a to me
(" in them
(c for you
(d a"out us
Customer 9ame8 %ary :nn 'ayton <ate8 %arch (, #0M
Customer Signature8 %ary :nn 'ayton <ate8 %arch (, #0$$
Part 7 : finis !itin "" $in%t&s
<ar 'feiffer 3eports Strong H# 'rofit
=n /ednesday, <ar 'feiffer, one of the largest "rokerage firms in the !orld, reported a second$Ouarter
profit that !as &(K larger than e1pected. )he second$Ouarter profit !as attri"uted to a one$time deal !ith
money manager )apcourt.
Shareholders sa! this profit in the form of a 6#.*. increase in share prices. )he same period last year
sho!ed a 61.02 increase a share. E1cluding the deal !ith )apcourt, <ar 'feiffer !ould have reported a
profit #(K larger than e1pected. Either !ay, <ar 'feiffer topped market predictions for performance "y at
least 61.&5 a share.
1&(. /hat is <ar 'feifferP
(a : "rokerage firm
(" :n accounting firm
(c : market analyst firm
(d :n investment "anking firm
1&*. /hat did <ar 'feiffer reportP
(a )hat it plans to offer ne! services
(" )hat it had purchased a smaller firm
(c )hat it plans to increase its prices
(d )hat it had made more profit than e1pected
#1st :nnual Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth
Conference 'urpose
)he #1st :nnual Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth provides professional education and
net!orking for doctors, dentists, nurses, social !orkers, health care instructors, students, and anyone else
involved or interested in the health care profession. )he conference is funded "y grants to the Spears
Ioundation from the <epartment of 4ealth, the Children0s 4ealth 9et!ork, the Iamily 4ealth
:ssociation, the =rganization for /orld 4ealth and 9utrition, and !ith support from the Se"astian G.
)urner Ioundation and the 'hillippe Endo!ment.
Conference >oals
)he focus of this year0s conference !ill "e promoting proper nutrition among children. Childhood
nutrition is a significant health care issue in light of the increased prevalence of childhood illnesses
related to an improper diet. ,n addition to posing immediate health conseOuences, a poor diet can
contri"ute to poor health throughout an individual0s life and eventually lead to conditions like o"esity and
heart disease.
)he goal of the #1st :nnual Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth is to foster the a!areness and early
prevention of improper childhood nutrition !ithin the field of healthcare.
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)he conference aims to8
Z "roaden the discussion on nutrition to include health impacts at local, state, national and international
levels among individuals under the age of 1#
Z descri"e the latest physical and mental health findings related to improper childhood nutrition
Z highlight innovative research, practices, and programs that seek to improve the nutrition of children
Z emphasize prevention and intervention strategies appropriate for children of different cultures, physical
a"ilities, geographic settings, and communities
Conference <ates
Iriday %arch #( to Sunday %arch #&
Contact ,nformation
Spears Ioundation Conference on 4ealth
:ttn8 Conference %anager
Ga!rence '. %artin, @r.
5 9e!"ury Street
+oston, %assachusetts 0#11&
'hone8 .12$#.#$00**
Ia18 .12$#.#$0005
E$mail8 conferenceUspearsfoundation.org.
1&&. )he !ord CpromotingD in paragraph #, line
1, is closest in meaning to8
(a "enefiting
(" encouraging
(c advertising
(d contri"uting
1&.. /ho is the conference forP
(a 'eople in the retail industry
(" 'eople in the "anking industry
(c 'eople in the education industry
(d 'eople in the healthcare industry
1&2. /hat is the focus of the conferenceP
(a Safety on the -o"
(" Employee education
(c Childhood nutrition
(d Employee health "enefits
1&5. /ho is %r. %artinP
(a )he manager of the conference
(" : mem"er of the Children0s 9et!ork
(c )he president of the Spears Ioundation
(d : ma-or donor to the Spears Ioundation
1&7. =n !hat day !ill conference activities
9=) take placeP
(a %arch ##
(" %arch #(
(c %arch #*
(d %arch #&
+est Cities Ior )ech /orkers
:ccording to <ataHuest0s latest figures, the "est -o"s in technology are located in eight metropolitan
areas8 9e! ?ork, San Irancisco, :tlanta, Seattle, 'ortland, San <iego, 4ouston, and 'hiladelphia.
<ataHuest first "egan collecting this data five years ago. )he list of top$tech cities has changed since
then, "ut demand for tech !orkers has not $ it has risen "y t!enty$five percent.
,f you are pursuing a career in technology, "ut do not live in or near one of the top$tech cities, there is still
plenty of opportunity.
%atthe! %artinez, CE= of 9etStaff, a high$tech staffing firm !ith offices around the country, said that
the companies his company recruits for are al!ays looking for more employees !ith tech e1pertise.
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:ccording to %artinez, DDIor most areas it is currently an 0employees market,0 meaning that many
employees in technology are a"le to pick and choose their -o"s, ask for "etter "enefits, and arrange
fle1i"le !ork schedules.
1.0. :ccording to the passage, !hich of the
follo!ing is 9=) one of the top$tech citiesP
(a :tlanta
(" 4ouston
(c Seattle
(d Chicago
1.1. /hat is said a"out demand for tech
!orkersP
(a ,t has continued to decline.
(" ,t has "een concentrated in 5 ma-or areas.
(c ,t has risen "y #& percent over the past five
years.
(d ,t has influenced the development of the
toptech cities.
1.#. /hat does %atthe! %artinez imply a"out
tech !orkers in the current -o" marketP
(a )hey need to "e fle1i"le in their
reOuirements.
(" )hey should not e1pect conditions to change
soon.
(c )hey may "e a"le to negotiate "etter !ork
situations.
(d )hey can get the "est -o"s through recruiting
and staffing firms
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1.(. 4o! much did )ony 'arker pay for his
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1.*. /hat did )ony 'arker purchaseP
(a : C<
(" Iood
(c : "ook
(d Clothing.
1.&. 4o! long does )ony 'arker have to return
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;evin )aylor
#0( 5th :venue
+ridgeport, %: 0#1((
<ear %r. )aylor,
, am e1cited to announce to our mem"ers that !e have received a 62&0,000 grant from the 3oger Coopers
Ioundation for our City 3enovation 'ro-ect.
)he City 3enovation 'ro-ect focuses on the do!nto!n area of +ridgeport, "et!een Iirst :venue and
Gincoln /ay. /e !ill "egin "y redesigning +aten 'ark and the pedestrian !alk!ays to create a more
inviting space for shoppers and !orkers on their lunch "reaks.
)his grant is the largest !e have ever received, and !e are e1cited a"out the !ork it !ill allo! us to
accomplish.
/e look for!ard to improving the Ouality of life in our city through great designE
<enise Ge+aron.
1... /hat can "e inferred a"out %r. )aylorP
(a 4e is a mem"er of the +3C.
(" 4e !orks for <enise Ge+aron.
(c 4e lives "et!een Iirst :venue and Gincoln
/ay.
(d 4e is on the "oard of the 3oger Coopers
Ioundation.
1.2. /hat !ill the +3C use the grant money to
doP
(a +uild a museum
(" 3edesign a park
(c E1pand the high!ay net!ork
(d Create !orker training programs.
1.5. /hat is true a"out the grantP
(a ,t is for more than 61 million.
(" ,t is an e1tension of an e1isting grant.
(c ,t is a!arded "y the +ridgeport
3evitalization Committee.
(d ,t is the largest the +3C has ever received.
)he Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lant
,t is the goal of the Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lant to keep the Stemeresch 3iver, the streams that flo!
into it, and our entire !ater supply as clean and healthy as possi"le. /e !ant the people !ho live in San
3ealto )o!nship and the visitors to this great city to en-oy all !e have to offer, from parks and shopping,
to golf courses and s!imming pools. 9one of this !ould "e possi"le !ithout our !ater supply.
Each month, the Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lant reclaims a"out a Ouarter of the !ater that passes
through the plant(a"out 1.0 million gallons and uses it to irrigate landscaping for the city0s parks and
recreation areas. :dditionally, all so$called "iosolids that are removed from the !aste!ater process are
dried and tested to make sure they meet Class : reOuirements, !hich means the solids can "e recycled as
fertilizer.
)he %ission of the /ater 'ollution :dministration is to efficiently, effectively, and professionally8
L collect and treat !aste!ater
L recycle "iosolids responsi"ly
L protect the health and safety of the local community
L protect the !ater Ouality of the Stemeresch 3iver and streams
L supplement the !ater supply !ith recycled !ater for park irrigation
L promote discussion a"out !ater treatment and conservation !ith the pu"lic.
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1.7. /hich of the follo!ing is a stated goal of
the Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lantP
(a )o recycle "iosolids
(" )o educate the pu"lic
(c )o create -o" opportunities
(d )o test the to!nship !ater supply.
120. /here is the Stemeresch /ater )reatment
'lant most likely locatedP
(a 9ear a pond
(" 9ear a lake
(c 9ear the sea
(d 9ear a river
121. 4o! many millions of gallons of !ater
does the plant claim to recycle each monthP
(a 1.0
(" #.0
(c *.0
(d &.#

12#. 4o! is the reclaimed !ater from the
Stemeresch /ater )reatment 'lant usedP
(a )o fill city$o!ned s!imming pools
(" )o irrigate local farms and orchards
(c )o !ater parks and other landscaping
(d )o supplement the city0s drinking !ater
supply.
@ared =0Connor
1#0& Coconut 3oad
It. Gauderdale, IG ((0#5
:pril 1* #0M
%r. +radley Chang
<irector of 4uman 3esources
Atmost.com
7##& 'erry :venue, Suite (0#
It. Gauderdale, IG ((0#5
<ear %r. Chang,
, am !riting to thank you for the time you took to discuss the technical support manager position at
Atmost.com !ith me. , really en-oyed learning more a"out the position and the company0s operations.
, also en-oyed the opportunity to meet and o"serve your employeesB , !as impressed "y the e1citement
and enthusiasm they had for their -o"s, and for the company as a !hole. ,t is no !onder that Atmost.com
has "een so successful.
, !ould like to confirm my strong interest in the position. , feel , !ould "e a good fit. , have a strong
!ork ethic, , en-oy !orking in teams, and , am a creative pro"lem$solver.
, look for!ard to hearing from you a"out the position. ,f you have any additional Ouestions please do not
hesitate to call me.
Sincerely,
@ared =0Connor.
12(. Ior !hat -o" is @ared =0Connor "eing
consideredP
(a )echnical support manager
(" <irector of human resources
(c Customer service team mem"er
(d <igital information specialist
12*. :ccording to the letter, !hat pro"a"ly
happened during @ared =0Connor0s intervie!P
(a 4e attended a meeting !ith a client.
(" 4e !as asked to give a presentation.
(c 4e o"served employees doing their -o"s.
(d 4e took a test to demonstrate his technical
skills
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12&. /hat does @ared =0Connor imply a"out the
Atmost.com employeesP
(a )hey are highly skilled.
(" )hey do not reOuire much supervision.
(c )hey do not all !ork in the same office.
(d )hey contri"ute to the company0s success.
12.. /hich of the follo!ing is 9=) a
characteristic that @ared =0Connor claims to
haveP
(a : strong !ork ethic
(" 'ro"lem$solving skills
(c :"ility to !ork on teams
(d E1cellent communication skills
)he AS 4ard!are %anufacturing Sector
)he hard!are manufacturing sector in the Anited States generated 6(.05 "illion in sales last year. )he
industry currently employs appro1imately 15,000 people, nearly 1&,000 of !hom are engaged in
production.
<uring the 1750s and 1770s, large corporations "egan to acOuire smaller firms. Ior e1ample, )!in Ialls
4ard!are, long the num"er$t!o company in the industry in terms of sales, acOuired eight companies
"et!een 175. and 177(, further reinforcing its position.
,n 177&, t!o large hard!are manufacturers, >ator ,nc. and ;airn Corporation, merged to form ;airn
4oldings, an arrangement profita"le for "oth companies. ;airn 4oldings !as the leading hard!are
manufacturer in the Anited States in 1775, and continues to "e a market leader.
)he ma-ority of companies in the hard!are manufacturing sector are privately o!ned. )he industry is
concentrated in the Southeastern Anited States, !ith over *0 percent of shipments originating there.
122. /hat is learned a"out the AS hard!are
manufacturing sectorP
(a ,t employs a"out 15,000 people.
(" ,t is entering a period of change.
(c ,t reached its peak during the 1770s.
(d ,t is a com"ination of three different
industries.
125. :ccording to the passage, !hat happened
in the AS hard!are manufacturing sector during
the 1750s and 1770sP
(a Sales topped 6( "illion annually.
(" Garge corporations acOuired smaller ones.
(c 'rivately$o!ned firms "ecame more
po!erful.
(d Huality control procedures led to increased
efficiency.
127. /hat is learned a"out )!in Ialls
4ard!areP
(a ,t plans to dou"le its employees.
(" ,t has e1panded the types of items it
produces.
(c ,t has the industry0s second$largest sales
volume.
(d ,t recently purchased a ne! manufacturing
facility
150. /hat is learned a"out ;airn 4oldingsP
(a ,t !as formed from a merger.
(" ,t !as a market leader in 177&.
(c ,t !as the most profita"le manufacturer in
1777.
(d ,t !as previously kno!n as the >ator
Corporation
151. )he !ord CconcentratedD in paragraph *,
line #, is closest in meaning to8
(a merged
(" thought
(c gro!ing
(d grouped.
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Street %aintenance, %cIarlen, %9
)o report pro"lems !ith street maintenance please call the pu"lic !orks department at (*1$*2#$(.50
during our normal office hours8 2800 a.m. $ *800 p.m. :fter hours, please leave a message on the
'u"lic /orks 4otline at (*1$*2#$(.00, or e$mail the pu"lic !orks department at
maintenanceUmcfarlendp!.gov. ,n case of an emergency, please contact the %cIarlen 'olice
<epartment at (*1$*2#$(000.
,f you notice any of the follo!ing, please report the pro"lem8
L 'otholes, street asphalt, guardrails, or reflective markers on City$maintained streets need to "e
repaired or replaced. )his e1cludes areas !here road maintenance is in progress.
L Street traffic signs need to "e repaired or replaced
L 'avement marking needs repair (e.g., yello! lines "et!een lanes
L 'arking meters are knocked do!n or not !orking
L Streets are flooded due to storms
L Spill response is needed
L >raffiti is found
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)o8
Irom8 +ecky 'rice
<ate8 @anuary #(, #0M
Su"-ect8 Stop sign do!n
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)o /hom ,t %ay Concern8
, am !riting to let you kno! that there is a stop sign do!n, at the corner of Cherry Street and )enth
:venue. ,t must have fallen do!n during the storm last night.
,0m concerned "ecause this is a residential area that "orders the high school property. )he corner gets
a lot of traffic, especially !hen school is in session, and , "elieve it could "e dangerous !ithout a
stop sign. 9ormally, Cherry and )enth is a four$!ay$stop intersection. :s you can no dou"t imagine,
!ithout the stop sign, the possi"ility for accidents is high.
,f you !ould like to contact me, please feel free to do so8
2*#$*55$(1#..
)hanks,
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+ecky 'rice.
15#. /hich num"er should "e called to report a
nonemergency situation outside of normal !ork
hoursP
(a (*1$*2#$(000
(" (*1$*2#$(.00
(c (*1$*2#$(.50
(d 2*#$*55$(1#..
15(. :ccording to +ecky 'rice, !hat happened
the previous nightP
(a )here !as a storm.
(" : meeting !as held.
(c )here !as a car accident.
(d : road maintenance cre! arrived.
15*. /hat does +ecky 'rice reportP
(a : pothole
(" : flooded street
(c : fallen stop sign
(d : damaged guardrail.
15&. /hat is learned a"out the corner of Cherry
Street and )enth :venueP
(a ,t is near a high school.
(" ,t floods often due to storms.
(c ,t does not have reflective markers.
(d ,t has "een the scene of several accidents.
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=ur favorite paper shredder is the 'rivacy Solutions 'G$2500, !hich retails for 61#0. )his cross$cut paper
shredder !orks !ell, did not -am in any of our tests, and is !ell !orth the money. )he 'rivacy Solutions
'G$2500 is rated for ten sheets of paper and, although it operated faster !ith fe!er sheets, it had no
trou"le !ith all ten. ,t can handle a"out (00 sheets per day. ,t can also shred C<s. ,f you donWt need a C<
shredder and have minimal shredding needs, the 'rivacy Solutions 'G$.100, !hich retails for 627, is a
good deal.
15.. /hich model sells for 6&5P
(a Shuffle Shred >'210
(" Shuffle Shred <C(055
(c Sander Cross$Cut 3<G$.11V
(d 'rivacy Solutions 'G$*#00.
152. /hat is said a"out the Shuffle Shred >S$
.1P
(a ,t is easy to empty.
(" ,t has an e1tra$long cord.
(c ,t has three different settings.
(d ,t can cut up to eight sheets at a time.
155. /hat is claimed a"out cross$cut shreddersP
(a )hey are considered more secure.
(" )hey can cut more pages at one time.
(c )hey do not -am as much as strip$cut
shredders.
(d )hey are availa"le only for medium or heavy
use.
157. /hich of the follo!ing is 9=) true a"out
the 'rivacy Solutions 'G$2500P
(a ,t can shred C<s.
(" ,t retails for 627.
(c ,t can handle up to (00 pages per day.
(d ,t is 'roduct )rial0s favorite paper shredder.
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170. /hat is learned a"out ShuffleP
(a )hey have e1cellent customer service.
(" )hey make very good medium use shredders.
(c )heir products sell for more than others.
(d )hey make more shredders than most
companies.
)o8 Steve ?ang
Irom8 :rthur >oodman
<ate8 %arch (, #0$$ 1180#8#* a.m.
Su"-ect8 %anagement )raining Sessions
:ttachments8 goodman_calendar.doc
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4i Steve,
,t !as good to hear from you earlier today. ,t0s "een very "usy around here too. /e -ust finished our -o"
candidate intervie!s yesterday. )his means that today !e !ill meet to figure out !hich candidates !e
!ould like to talk to further. ,t !ill pro"a"ly "e a long meeting.
, am glad you contacted me a"out !hen !e can organize this year0s e1ecutive management training
sessions. ,t0s hard to "elieve this !ill "e the third year !e0ve done it. ,0m sending you my calendar for the
month of :pril, so !e can pick our dates. :s you0ll see, ,0m pretty open at this point. =nce !e have the
dates figured out, !e should talk a"out !hether !e0d like to change any parts of the curriculum from last
time. /e should put together an initial list of people to invite.
, !ould also like to talk a"out turning our training materials into a "ook, "ut this is not urgent.
, hope you are !ell. )hanks for taking the initiative on organizing the third training session.
:rt >oodman
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171. /hat is the purpose of the e$mailP
(a )o find a date for a training session
(" )o recruit a training session coordinator
(c )o reserve a location for the training session
(d )o create a guest list for the training session
17#. /hat is learned a"out :rthur >oodman0s
companyP
(a ,t is promoting a "ook.
(" ,t is hiring a ne! employee.
(c ,t is creating a ne! department.
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(d ,t is updating employee information
17(. /hat can "e inferred a"out the e1ecutive
management training sessionP
(a ,t lasts for * days.
(" ,t !ill "e held at a hotel.
(c ,t is reOuired for all managers.
(d ,t has "een conducted t!ice "efore.
17*. /hat is scheduled for :pril #0thP
(a : "ook <eadline
(" : managers0 meeting
(c : meeting in :tlanta
(d :n appointment !ith <r. Gin
17&. =n !hich date is the 3egional %eetingP
(a :pril 5
(" :pril 1*
(c :pril #(
(d :pril #7
Irom8 ;enan +eauchamp Sk"champU!e"e1ec.netT
)o8 Customer Service Scustomer.serviceUhucnv.comT
Su"-ect8 <ecem"er "ill reOuest
<ate8 @anuary 11
)o /hom ,t %ay Concern8
%y account !ith 4enderson Atilities Company is set up such that my monthly utility "ills are directly
deducted from my checking account. , noticed this month that 6152.(( had "een deducted from my
account for utilities. Since "ecoming a customer of 4AC, my monthly utility "ill has never e1ceeded
61&0. Since , never received a paper "ill from you, ,0d like to reOuest a copy of the "ill to ensure that ,
!as not overcharged for any services. )hank you.
Sincerely,
;enan +eauchamp.
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4enderson Atilities Company *( /arm Springs 3oad
4enderson, 9evada 5701*
(20# *7($*(*(
:ccount num"er8 7#0$&($10((#
9ame8 ;enan +eauchamp
:ddress8 17 >alleria <rive
4enderson, 9evada 5700#
+illing period8 <ecem"er 2 $ @anuary 2
<ue date8 @anuary #(
)otal amount due8 6152.((
/ater8 6(1.52
Electricity8 6*#.11
>as8 611(.(&
L =pen an online "illing account today to have your "ills delivered to your e$mail account. /ith online
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"illing, you can also pay your "ills online. )o sign up for an account, visit !!!.1.comNonline"ill.
17.. :ccording to the letter, !hat is true a"out
%r. +eauchamp0s accountP
(a ,t is an online account.
(" 4e opened in more than ten years ago.
(c 4e deactivated it at the "eginning of
<ecem"er.
(d ,t allo!s "ills to "e deducted from his
checking account.
172. /hat does %r. +eauchamp say he did
9=) receiveP
(a : "ill
(" : service
(c : receipt
(d : discount
175. /hat is the due date of the "illP
(a <ecem"er 2
(" @anuary 2
(c @anuary 11
(d @anuary #(.
177. 4o! much !as %r. +eauchamp charged
for electricityP
(a 6(1.52
(" 6*#.11
(c 611(.(&
(d 6152.((
#00. :ccording to the "ill, ho! can customers
pay their "ills onlineP
(a +y filling out a form
(" +y visiting a /e" page
(c +y e$mailing customer service
(d +y calling a customer service hot line
AN*WER
101. C 10#. D 10(. C 10*. D 10&. A 10.. C 102. A 105. C 107. . 110. A
111. A 11#. D 11(. A 11*. D 11&. C 11.. A 112. D 115. . 117. D 1#0. .
1#1. D 1##. C 1#(. C 1#*. . 1#&. D 1#.. C 1#2. . 1#5. C 1#7. . 1(0. A
1(1. . 1(#. D 1((. C 1(*. . 1(&. A 1(.. A 1(2. . 1(5. A 1(7. D 1*0. .
1*1. C 1*#. D 1*(. C 1**. C 1*&. C 1*.. A 1*2. A 1*5. . 1*7. D 1&0. D
1&1. D 1&#. A 1&(. A 1&*. D 1&&. . 1&.. D 1&2. C 1&5. A 1&7. A 1.0. D
1.1. C 1.#. C 1.(. C 1.*. C 1.&. . 1... A 1.2. . 1.5. D 1.7. A 120. D
121. A 12#. C 12(. A 12*. C 12&. D 12.. D 122. A 125. . 127. C 150. A
151. D 15#. . 15(. A 15*. C 15&. A 15.. . 152. A 155. A 157. . 170. D
171. A 17#. . 17(. D 17*. A 17&. D 17.. D 172. A 175. D 177. . #00. .
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5. MA7 - NEW TOEIC Part 5 / 6 / 7
Part 5 + Part 6: finis !itin "# $in%t&s
101. Gucy, a three$year$old ?orkshire terrier,
$$$$$$$ against #( other dogs to !in the 15th
annual Courtland <og Sho!.
(a formed
(" repeated
(c follo!ed
(d competed
10#. : la! !as $$$$$$$ passed that gives ta1
"enefits to lando!ners !ho sell their land to the
government.
(a lately
(" hardly
(c recently
(d repeatedly
10(. Ioreman, ,nc. usually $$$$$$$ retiring
employees lu1ury !atches as fare!ell gifts.
(a gives
(" given
(c giving
(d is giving
10*. )he am"assador to Jietnam oversa! the
opening $$$$$$$ at the %usic Iestival.
(a studio
(" effect
(c ceremony
(d termination
10&. @an installed security soft!are on her ne!
computer to $$$$$$$ it against viruses.
(a protect
(" protector
(c protection
(d protective
10.. +ills for electricity $$$$$$$ heating should "e
paid "y the 1&th of every month.
(a so
(" nor
(c "ut
(d and
102. Every year, the 4ealthy 4eart 3esearch
Committee holds meetings in five different cities
to spread information a"out the treatment and
$$$$$$$ of heart disease.
(a cured
(" access
(c prevention
(d carefulness
105. Customers !ho spend more than 6100 !ill
earn a #&K discount on $$$$$$$ ne1t purchase.
(a they
(" their
(c them
(d those
107. )he sales meeting !as $$$$$$$ to after the
four$day vacation.
(a entered
(" declared
(c revealed
(d postponed
110. [$$$$$$$ say that property ta1es have
increased faster than most homeo!ner0s incomes.
(a :nalyze
(" :nalysts
(c :nalysis
(d :nalyza"le
111. 'lease $$$$$$$ all of the information on the
application form is accurate to the "est of your
kno!ledge.
(a true
(" copy
(c handle
(d verify
11#. <avid complained to the +etter +usiness
+ureau "ecause his landlord continued to $$$$$$$
the "roken heater in his apartment.
(a fail
(" order
(c neglect
(d disrespect
11(. County legislators called for an update of the
safety $$$$$$$ for the <arcy 'o!er 'lant.
(a regulate
(" regulatory
(c regulative
(d regulations
11*. )he <avidson Car$+uying >uide lists prices
for ne! and used cars in addition to $$$$$$$ car
safety ratings.
(a providing
(" canceling
(c supporting
(d demonstrating
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11&. )his year0s $$$$$$$ for the /ilks :!ard for
pu"lic service include a research scientist, a
university professor, and a local politician.
(a nominees
(" nominate
(c nominator
(d nomination
11.. ,f !e !in the +est 'roduct <esign :!ard,
our team $$$$$$$ a "onus.
(a receive
(" received
(c receiving
(d !ill receive
112. =ur "eautiful floral "ouOuets each come
!ith a card for you to !rite a personal $$$$$$.
(a gift
(" limit
(c season
(d message
115. 'eter 'arson0s directorial de"ut, Gegend 4as
,t, $$$$$$$ the "iggest "o1 office num"ers of the
year, earning more than 6102 million on opening
!eekend alone.
(a achieved
(" achiever
(c achieva"le
(d achievement
117. ,nternet voting in local and parliamentary
$$$$$$$ is used throughout Estonia.
(a speeches
(" elections
(c politicians
(d installations
1#0. ;aren !as a"le to include the last$minute
article in the evening $$$$$$$ of the ne!spaper.
(a edition
(" remark
(c volumes
(d limitation
1#1. Gast year, nearly 61* "illion !as $$$$$$$ in
funds across :sia and Gatin :merica.
(a invest
(" invested
(c investor
(d investment
1##. )o reOuest more $$$$$$$ a"out any of our
products and services, please visit
!!!.appliancepro.comNinfo.
(a "rochure
(" pro"lems
(c information
(d representation
1#(. +asin :ir announced that it !ould "egin
running flights at Ste!art :irport, !hich is
currently $$$$$$$ the State 'ort :uthority control.
(a as
(" than
(c under
(d "et!een
1#*. )!o pu"lic forums !ill "e held to discuss
options for $$$$$$$ the %ission +ridge.
(a repair
(" repaired
(c repairing
(d repaira"le
1#&. Customers purchasing a Camcom .&)
digital camera are entitled to a factory $$$$$$$ of
62&.
(a film
(" re"ate
(c visual
(d challenge
1#.. Chef Gendo )averni0s popular spicy "roiled
shark steak and mushroom salad is a favorite
$$$$$$$ customers.
(a past
(" among
(c to!ard
(d despite
1#2. )hom >il"ert !ill "e $$$$$$$ on the :ll$Star
Comedy )our, !hich starts on Septem"er *.
(a staged
(" featured
(c created
(d detailed
1#5. :ll $$$$$$$ are advised to use the printer in
room 11+ until the one in the faculty room has
"een repaired.
(a employ
(" employees
(c employers
(d employa"le
1#7. Searchla!.com $$$$$$$ an online directory of
local la!yers and la! services.
(a offers
(" guides
(c educates
(d distinguishes
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1(0. 'lease take all personal "elongings !ith you
$$$$$$$ leaving the train.
(a !hen
(" !hat
(c !hom
(d !hich
1(1. : 6#0 fine !ill "e $$$$$$$ to replace any lost
or stolen card keys.
(a charge
(" charged
(c charges
(d charging
1(#. +ecause of the $$$$$$$ of hospital employees
at +on Secours 4ospital, the head of
administration "egan advertising -o" openings in
the ne!spaper.
(a short
(" shorter
(c shorten
(d shortage
1((. :ny player !ho !ishes to participate in the
>racey )ennis )ournament should register $$$$$$$
:ugust 1*.
(a until
(" a"out
(c since
(d "efore
1(*. )eaching $$$$$$$ must attend orientation
sessions "efore their first day of class.
(a "ooklets
(" promoters
(c assistants
(d instructions
1(&. 'assports must "e valid for at least si1
months to "e $$$$$$$ for a travel visa.
(a ena"le
(" Ouality
(c eligi"le
(d appropriate
1(.. ?our !age $$$$$$$ at a rate of 6#1 for every
hour of !ork.
(a calculated
(" calculation
(c to calculation
(d !ill "e calculated
1(2. %orocco0s $$$$$$$ industry provides the third
largest source of revenue for the 9orth :frican
country.
(a tour
(" touring
(c tourism
(d tour0s
1(5. %any real$estate agencies are $$$$$$$
professional photographers to take pictures of
houses and properties for sale.
(a hiring
(" residing
(c e1cluding
(d converting
1(7. $$$$$$$ the !eather forecast, Clayton City
should get more than fifteen inches of sno! this
!inter.
(a :t !ill of
(" :ccording to
(c <epending on
(d :greeing !ith
1*0. +eginning ne1t !eek, managers !ill "e
$$$$$$$ performance evaluations for all employees
!ithin their department.
(a conduct
(" conducts
(c conducted
(d conducting
'%&sti(ns 1)1-1)# refer to the follo!ing letter.
@une 1#
Jictor Gee
#& East %ichigan :venue
Gansing, %ichigan *571#
<ear %r. Gee,
)hank you for choosing to stay at the %a1imus 4otel on your recent trip to Cleveland. =ur records sho!
that you stayed in our >rand Suite ______ the dates of %ay * and %ay 2.
1*1. (a in
(" "et!een
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(c amongst
(d !ithout
/e hope that you en-oyed your stay !ith us and !ould appreciate any feed"ack you could give us on ho!
you found our ______ and facilities.
1*#. (a funds
(" storage
(c services
(d fractions
,f you are interested in ______ a survey regarding your stay, please visit !!!.ma1imushotel.comNsurvey.
)hank you for your time.
1*(. (a complete
(" completing
(c completion
(d completely
Sincerely,
@une /eaver
4ead of Customer 3elations
%a1imus 4otel, Cleveland
'%&sti(ns 1))-1)6 refer to the follo!ing letter.
+eginning in =cto"er, Joyage +us Co. !ill add a ne! "us route ______ commuters from %a1!ell
County !ith the 4arrison %etro train station line to 4arrison City.
1**. (a connect
(" connector
(c connection
(d connecting
)he company currently runs #( "uses throughout the tri$county area and is the preferred mode of
transportation for commuters to ______ ?orkto!n and 4arrison City, providing lo! fares and Ouick
service.
1*&. (a none
(" "oth
(c either
(d neither
Joyage +us Co. is a"le to keep its fares do!n !ith the ______ it receives from advertisers.
:dvertisements appear, not only on the side of the "us, "ut also in the magazines provided on the "us, and
in )J commercials aired on the "us0s television station during the commute.
1*.. (a compensation
(" distri"ution
(c reOuirements
(d pro"a"ilities
'%&sti(ns 1)7-1), refer to the follo!ing letter.
;aplan 'ark0s #*th :nnual ,ce Iestival
Jisit ;aplan 'ark for the #*th annual ,ce Iestival during the !eek of %onday <ecem"er #. to Sunday
@anuary 1 ______ 10 :.%. until 5 '.%. each day.
1*2. (a from
(" !ith
(c after
(d !ithout
)here !ill "e ice skating on <orchester 'ond, horse$dra!n sleigh rides around the park, an ice sculpting
contest, and an ice skating ______ "y local pairs figure skating champions Ga!rence 9ovak and
Irancesca )emple.
1*5. (a perform
(" performer
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(c performance
(d performa"le
L )ickets to the event !ill "e sold at the gate.
L )he 610 admission fee !ill ______ you to en-oy any event you choose, including free food and
"everages from the park0s refreshment stand.
1*7. (a share
(" advise
(c contest
(d entitle
'%&sti(ns 15--15" refer to the follo!ing letter.
:ttention all employees8
)here has "een a change in policy regarding office supply orders. Irom no! on, all orders must "e
______ through Cameron in administration.
,f you !ould like to order something, please fill out an office supply reOuest form, su"mit it to Cameron,
and she !ill contact the supply company. Iorms !ill "e availa"le in the faculty room.
1&0. (a printed
(" purchased
(c processed
(d particular
______, Cameron !ill distri"ute all of the supplies once !e receive them.
1&1. (a :dded
(" :dding to
(c :ddition to
(d ,n addition
:ny e1tra supplies !ill "e kept in the ca"inet at the "ack of the faculty room. 'lease check there for
supplies "efore ______ an order.
1&#. (a place
(" places
(c placed
(d placing
)hank you,
:nne.
Part 7 : finis !itin "" $in%t&s
Career.com $$ @o" 'rofile
@o"8 :rchitect (entry level
<uties associated !ith this -o" include8 <ata compilation, design computation, and elementary
architectural assignments.
'ossi"le duties8 Estimate and plan preparation or structure inspection.
3eOuirements8 +achelor0s degree in architecture. 9o professional e1perience reOuired.
+ase salary range8 6(0,000 to 6&0,000 a year.
L data specific to the 9e! ?ork City area
1&(. /hat is "eing offeredP
(a : marketing position
(" :n architect position
(c : graphic design position
(d : elementary school teaching position
1&*. :ccording to the information, !hat is true
a"out the -o"P
(a ,t reOuires a master0s degree.
(" ,t pays "et!een 6&0,000 and 650,000 a year.
(c ,t is a high level position !ithin a company.
(d ,t does not reOuire professional e1perience
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*(//in; C&nt&r Pr(/(sa0 W(rri&s R&si6&nts
3esidents of the to!n of Cro!ley are !orried that the shopping center 4ertz Corp. has proposed to "uild
on +urlingham 3oad !ill destroy the small to!n feel of their Ouiet community. %ore than #0 residents
spoke against the proposal at a to!n "oard meeting held on %onday.
C, moved here from the city to escape this kind of development,D said )yrone <evlin, !ho lives near the
proposed construction site. D)he traffic and cro!ds this shopping center !ill "ring is e1actly !hat !e
don0t !ant here.D
)he shopping center !ould "e more than .00,000 sOuare feet of commercial space, including a movie
theater, department store, family restaurant, and several smaller retail shops.
)he to!n council !ill vote on the proposal on %onday, %arch 1. after a thorough environmental
evaluation of the construction site is conducted over the !eekend.
1&&. /hat is inferred a"out Cro!leyP
(a ,t is a small community.
(" ,t is a popular tourist area.
(c ,ts ne! campaign !elcomes investors.
(d ,t currently has one ma-or shopping mall
1&.. :ccording to the ne!s article, !hat !ill "e
included in the shopping centerP
(a : pet store
(" : movie theater
(c : sports comple1
(d : roller skating rink.
1&2. /hat !ill happen on %onday, %arch 1.P
(a : protest !ill "e held.
(" )he city council !ill vote on a proposal.
(c :n environmental evaluation !ill "e
conducted.
(d )he city council !ill tour the construction
site.
O!n&r>s C(i<& H($& Ins%ran<&
:t =!ner0s Choice, !e offer a variety of coverage options for your home through our comprehensive
insurance policies. =ur goal is to guarantee the protection of your home should you need to file an
insurance claim due to damage caused "y fire, flood, or "urglary.
L ?ou Can Go!er ?our ,nsurance 3ates
?ou may already "e doing things that could lo!er the cost of your homeo!ner0s insurance. =!ning a
num"er of protective devices such as security systems can lo!er your insurance premium "y up to seven
percent.
Ior more information on policies and a list of !ays to lo!er your insurance payments, visit
!!!.o!nerschoice.comNlo!erpayments.
1&5. /hat type of insurance is "eing offeredP
(a 4ome
(" 4ealth
(c )ravel
(d :utomo"ile
1&7. /hat is mentioned as a !ay for customers
to lo!er insurance paymentsP
(a +y renovating a home
(" +y o!ning a security system
(c +y meeting special health reOuirements
(d +y maintaining an accident$free record.
*t%61 Int&rnati(na0 .%sin&ss in .&iBin; !it t& EC<&0 .%sin&ss Instit%t&
'rogram <escription
)he E1cel +usiness ,nstitute is an accredited international "usiness school affiliated !ith Chicago0s
%ilford Aniversity. )he international "usiness program in +ei-ing is hosted "y Rheng Guo Aniversity
located in the heart of the "ustling eastern capital. )he year$round study a"road program focuses on three
areas8 Chinese language and culture, Chinese "usiness and economics, and Chinese "usiness la!. Student
instruction !ill "e supplemented !ith "usiness related field trips and guest lectures "y CE=s of ma-or
Chinese corporations. :t the program0s completion, internship opportunities in China !ill "e offered to
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students !ho have successfully completed the course!ork.
Credit
Course credit is availa"le through %ilford Aniversity.
)uition
611,000 (price e1cludes housing
Giving :rrangements
=nce enrolled, students !ill "e given a choice of three housing arrangements8 independent living, home$
stay, or dormitory.
:pplication 3eOuirements
:ll applicants must "e ma-oring in "usiness, economics, or a related field. :pplicants must su"mit t!o
letters of reference, a transcript, an application form, and a recent record of health.
1.0. /here does the program take placeP
(a ,n )aipei
(" ,n +ei-ing
(c ,n Shanghai
(d ,n 4ong ;ong
1.1. /hat is 9=) a focus of the programP
(a 'olitics
(" +usiness la!
(c Ganguage and culture
(d +usiness and economics.
1.#. :ccording to the information, !hat is
availa"le once the program is completedP
(a : degree
(" : certificate
(c : letter of reference
(d :n internship opportunity.
1.(. /hat document does the application
reOuireP
(a : resume
(" :n essay
(c : degree
(d : transcript
)o8 Connie Caruthers ScaruconUedennet.comT
Irom8 Sgascard.offerUHuane1.comT
Su"-ect8 >as Card
<ate8 @une 17
<ear %s. Caruthers,
:s a preferred credit card holder of Huane1, !e !ould like to offer you our ne! gas card. )he Huane1
>as Card !ill give you a five percent cash "ack "onus re!ard every time you use it to purchase gas, have
your car repaired, or "uy something at our online automotive store. )here is no limit on ho! many cash
"ack "onus re!ards you receive, and your re!ards !ill never e1pire. ?ou may reOuest to receive your
cash "ack "onus re!ards in the form of a check or an account credit at any time. :dditionally, the Huane1
>as Card comes !ith advanced security features to ensure that you are never responsi"le if your card is
lost or stolen.
,f you sign up for a Huane1 >as Card !ithin the ne1t t!o !eeks, you !ill receive zero percent :'3 until
%arch.
)o receive an application for your card today, visit our /e" site at !!!.Ouane1.comNgascard, call our
#*$hour customer service line at 1$500$#.2$***#, or respond to this e$mail.
1.*. /hat is implied a"out %s. CaruthersP
(a She o!ns more than one car.
(" She o!ns another Huane1 credit card.
(c She has recently had her car repaired.
(d She has visited the Huane1 online store
"efore.
1.&. )he !ord CpreferredD in paragraph 1, line
1, is closest in meaning to8
(a agreed
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(" favored
(c accepted
(d improved
1... :ccording to the e$mail, !hat is true a"out
the offerP
(a Customers can use the card for car repairs.
(" Rero percent :'3 is availa"le until @anuary.
(c Security features must "e purchased
separately.
(d Customers can get 10 percent in cash "ack
"onus re!ards.
1.2. /hat is 9=) listed a !ay for customers to
receive an applicationP
(a Jisiting a /e" site
(" Calling a phone num"er
(c 3esponding to an e$mail
(d Jisiting the Huane1 store.
O<&an .a1 2%n< */&<ia0s
L Gunch specials are availa"le every !eekday from 1# '.%. until ( '.%.
Entrees
Seafood 'latterY 61(.77
: !onderful trio of three of our "est dishes8 lightly "readed shrimp, "uttered scallops, and a seasoned fish
fillet.
Iish of the <ayY 610.77
Each day !e serve a different fish, !hich you may choose to have fried, grilled, or "roiled to perfection.
Seafood Caesar SaladY 65.77
?our choice of "roiled lo"ster or shrimp served over crisp romaine lettuce and fresh tomatoes !ith Caesar
salad dressing and garlic croutons.
Seafood 'astaY 67.77
?our choice of lo"ster, cra", or shrimp served !ith vermicelli in a tomato or :lfredo sauce.
L Each lunch special comes !ith your choice of a drink, soup or salad, and t!o side dishes.
1.5. /ith !hat meal can customers choose
cra"P
(a )he Seafood 'asta
(" )he Seafood 'latter
(c )he Iish of the <ay
(d )he Seafood Caesar Salad
1.7. 4o! much is the Iish of the <ayP
(a 65.77
(" 67.77
(c 610.77
(d 61(.77.
120. /hat is 9=) free !ith a lunch specialP
(a : drink
(" : salad
(c : dessert
(d : side dish
<ear %s. 3o"inson,
, am the vice president of Chestnut <evelopment >roup, the real estate development company that !ill "e
leading the development of *0 acres of property at 'hiladelphia0s south end. /e strongly "elieve that the
development of this area !ill "e vital to the city0s economic gro!th and revitalization.
/e !ould like to invite you and your constituency to attend a !eeklong series of ur"an planning meetings
to determine ho! "est to restore the property. :mong participants in the meetings !ill "e top architects
and ur"an planners, local politicians and community leaders.
=ur series of planning sessions !ill "e lead "y famed ur"an planner >ustav )emoin, !ho founded the
School of )emoin Ar"anism.
=ur first meeting !ill "e held on %onday 9ovem"er #( from . '.%. to 5 '.%. in the /allace )o!n 4all
"uilding. Iour other meetings !ill follo! during that !eek. , hope to see you on %onday.
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Sincerely,
Geonard Cook, Sr.
Jice 'resident
Chestnut <evelopment >roup
121. /hat is the purpose of this letterP
(a )o confirm his attendance at a meeting
(" )o invite %s. 3o"inson to attend a meeting
(c )o thank %s. 3o"inson for organizing a
meeting
(d )o accept %s. 3o"inson0s invitation to speak
at a meeting

12#. )he !ord CrestoreD in paragraph #, line #,
is closest in meaning to8
(a retain
(" reform
(c replace
(d reconstruct.
12(. :ccording to the letter, !ho !ill 9=)
attend the meetingP
(a :rchitects
(" 'oliticians
(c 'rofessors
(d Ar"an planners.
12*. /ho is %r. )emoinP
(a : famous ur"an planner
(" )he superintendent of a school
(c : 'hiladelphia community leader
(d )he president of Chestnut <evelopment
>roup
12&. /hen !ill the first meeting "e heldP
(a =n 9ovem"er .
(" =n 9ovem"er 1&
(c =n 9ovem"er 15
(d =n 9ovem"er #(.
Irom8 Camille Stone
)o8 :ll employees
Su"-ect8 9e1t !eek0s faculty meeting
<ate8 )uesday, @anuary .
4ello,
+ecause ne1t !eek0s holiday falls on a )hursday, !e !ill have to reschedule our !eekly faculty meeting
to Iriday. 'lease meet in the faculty room "y & '.%. on Iriday @anuary 1.. ,f you0re taking Iriday as a
vacation day, please let Shirley in the general affairs kno! "y /ednesday.
)hank you and en-oy your day offE
Camille
12.. =n !hat day is the holidayP
(a )uesday
(" /ednesday
(c )hursday
(d Iriday.
122. /hat !ill "e rescheduledP
(a : presentation
(" : holiday party
(c : faculty meeting
(d : training !orkshop.
Gove :nimal Shelter
Ioster =!ner 'rogram
?ou can help save a dog0s life "y "ecoming a foster o!ner until !e find a loving o!ner to adopt your pet
or until !e reunite them !ith their original o!ner. /e have dogs of all ages for you to care for, and many
reOuire special attention.
:lthough "eing a foster o!ner is one of the most re!arding e1periences in the !orld, its emotional,
physical, and financial demands should "e given careful consideration. Ior this reason, !e reOuire all of
our applicants go through an orientation program at our shelter so that they can get used to the
responsi"ilities of caring for a dog and decide for themselves if they !ould like to continue doing it. /e
!ill also have one of our staff conduct a home and lifestyle evaluation to determine if each applicant0s
living situation is suita"le for one of our dogs. :dditionally, once a dog has "een placed in your care, our
adoption center !ill "e on call #* hours a day, seven days a !eek to help !ith any situations that arises.
Ior more information on our foster o!ner program, including testimonials from current and previous
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foster o!ners, visit !!!.loveanimalshelter.com.
125. /hat is the purpose of the advertisementP
(a )o encourage people to adopt a pet
(" )o encourage people to "ecome foster
o!ners
(c )o encourage people to donate to the animal
shelter
(d )o encourage people to volunteer at the
animal shelter
127. /hat does Gove :nimal Shelter reOuire
interested people to doP
(a Send a personal check
(" Iill out some paper !ork
(c Complete an orientation program
(d Jisit the adoption center often.
150. :ccording to the advertisement, !hat is
availa"le on the /e" siteP
(a Iorms
(" 'ictures
(c >uidelines
(d )estimonials.
9atasha >olden
%c,ntyre and +arano!ski
Suite 11*
(1 Echo Gake :venue
%ahtomedi, %innesota &&11&
<ear %s. >olden,
,0ve enclosed an employee reim"ursement form along !ith the receipts from my "usiness trip to
=rlando. :s , !as a"le to use the company card to "ook my flight and hotel reservation, those
e1penses are not accounted for on the list.
'lease advise on the time it takes to "e reim"ursed. ,t usually takes one month, ho!ever, it took three
months to "e reim"ursed for my last "usiness trip to 9e! ?ork.
)hank you for your help in this matter.
Sincerely,
+o" ?uengling
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%c,ntyre Q +arano!ski
Employee 3eim"ursement Iorm
Employee 9ame8 +o" ?uengling
Employee ,< 9um"er8 00#7(5
3eason for E1penses ,ncurred8 +usiness trip to meet !ith client
:ccount of E1penses8
<inner
$ Guna0s 3estaurant 61..(* )uesday %ay #0
)ransportation to client0s office
$ )a1i 61( /ednesday %ay #1
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<inner !ith client
$ )he ;itchen Cafe 6102.0( /ednesday %ay #1
)ransportation "ack to hotel
$ )a1i 61( /ednesday %ay #1
<inner
$ )res :migos >rill 6#(.0( /ednesday %ay #1
Employee Signature8 +o" ?uengling
151. /here is implied a"out %r. ?uenglingP
(a 4e travels monthly.
(" 4e lives in Ilorida.
(c 4e !orks as an accountant.
(d 4e !orks for %c,ntyre and +arano!ski.
15#. /here did %r. ?uengling goP
(a )o =rlando
(" )o 9e! ?ork
(c )o %inneapolis
(d )o %e1ico City
15(. 4o! long does it ordinarily take to get a
reim"ursementP
(a =ne month
(" )!o months
(c )hree months
(d Iour months
15*. /hat day did %r. ?eungling take a ta1iP
(a %onday
(" )uesday
(c /ednesday
(d )hursday
15&. :ccording to the list, !here !as the most
money spentP
(a :t )res :migos >rill
(" :t )he ;itchen Caf\
(c :t :ntonio0s 3estaurant
(d :t Guna0s +usiness 4otel
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%onday Ie"ruary 17
(for 'resident0s <ay
Saturday Ie"ruary #*
L Iire!orks displays during the month of Ie"ruary !ill start at 7 p.m.
L <ates and times are su"-ect to change and !ill "e updated on the /e" site !hen that information
"ecomes availa"le.
L Iire!orks displays may "e cancelled due to adverse !eather conditions.
15.. :ccording to the e$mail, !hat has %s.
Stefani doneP
(a Jisited 4ar"or Ialls
(" 3eserved a hotel room
(c 3eOuested information
(d Contacted her travel agent.
152. /hat does %s. +on-ani suggest that %s.
Stefani doP
(a 3eschedule her trip
(" 3ead the 4ar"or Ialls guide"ook
(c Stay at a hotel !ith a vie! of the !aterfall
(d Speak !ith the head of the tourism
department
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155. =n !hat day !ill fire!orks 9=) "e
displayedP
(a Ie"ruary 1
(" Ie"ruary 2
(c Ie"ruary 10
(d Ie"ruary 1*
157. /hy !ill fire!orks "e displayed on
Ie"ruary 15P
(a Ior the !eekend
(" Ior 'resident0s <ay
(c Ior the Gunar 9e! ?ear
(d Ior the hotel0s anniversary.
170. :ccording to the schedule, !hat
information !ill "e updated on the /e" siteP
(a 4otel room rates
(" Iire!orks display times
(c 4otel room availa"ility
(d Iire!orks display ticket prices
'aradise Cineple1
20 3ed 3oad
%iami, Ilorida ((1#.
(0&$*.($###.
)he %useum
)hree middle school students left "ehind on a class trip spend the night in a history museum and uncover
the secrets to an ancient mystery.
3unning time8 # hours, 1& minutes
>enre8 %ystery, Iamily
Starring8 @essie$>race )urner, Clint Sandoval, <anika +rooke$'ierce, Jivienne :ldrich, and 'hillip
+anks
<irector(s8 4arvey Iedderman
'roducer(s8 Gouisa %arOuez, <aniel Geviston
/riter(s8 :pril 'ascucci
Studio8 Cinereve
Sho! times8 +eginning :ugust 1#
10800 :.%., 118(0, 1800 '.%., #8(0, *800, &8(0, 2800, 58(0, 10800, 118(0
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'aradise Cineple1
L 'lease print the follo!ing ticket information. ?ou may need to present it "efore gaining admittance to
the theater.
=nline )icket
)icket issue num"er8 00#7*5#2&4
%ovie8 )he %useum
<ate8 :ugust 1*
)ime8 *800 '.%.
Credit Card ,nformation
9ame8 Sarah :desida
:ddress8 (0#2 /est Ilagler Street
%iami, Ilorida ((1#.
'hone num"er8 (0&$*.($72(5
:ccount num"er8 VVVV VVVV VVVV ##(0.
171. /hat is true a"out the movieP
(a ,t is t!o hours long.
(" ,t de"uted on :ugust 1.
(c ,t takes place in a museum.
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(d ,t !as !ritten "y <aniel Geviston
17#. /ho is 'hillip +anksP
(a :n actor
(" : !riter
(c : director
(d : producer
17(. /hat is the genre of the movieP
(a <rama
(" Comedy
(c :ction
(d %ystery
17*. :ccording to the ticket, !hat should
customers doP
(a 'rint a copy of the ticket
(" 3eserve seats at the ticket "ooth
(c :rrive ten minutes "efore the movie "egins
(d 'resent their credit card at the ticket "ooth
17&. /hen does %s. :desida plan to see the
movieP
(a :t 1 '.%.
(" :t * '.%.
(c :t 2 '.%.
(d :t 10 '.%.
,nvestment )ips
+y Scott 3ussell
,nvesting in stocks that are less than 6& per share is a good !ay to "oost your stock portfolio. %any "ig
investors ignore these stocks "ecause of the potential risks involved, ho!ever, these stocks often gro!
significantly over the course of time. ,nvesting in ine1pensive stocks is a !ise move, provided that you
hold on to them for at least one year to allo! enough time for them to develop.
Iour stocks that , suggest for less than 6& per share are 4igh Standard 'harmaceuticals Company, 9ova
=il, ,nc., <irect :ccess 'u"lishing >roup, and 'eak %edia 4oldings. ,f you are ne! to the market, you
might !ant to try investing in them through an online "rokerage firm that does not charge a high
commission for their services, and remem"er8 only invest up to five percent of your entire stock portfolio
in any stock, including these.
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Huick Stock Huotes $$ )hursday :pril ## $$ #8*0 '.%.
(Huotes delayed "y #0 minutes
9ova =il, ,nc. (9=,
(.7( ]0.05 ]#.05K
'revious Close (.5&
=pen (.52
4igh (.7*
Go! (.27
Jolume 5.*,(00
+id (.71
+id Size .00
:sk (.72
:sk Size (,(00
&# /eek range 1..*$5.70
17.. /hat type of stocks is the article a"outP
(a =il company stocks
(" ,ne1pensive stocks
(c 'harmaceutical stocks
(d Stocks from ne! companies
172. /hy does %r. 3ussell say "ig investors
ignore these stocksP
(a )hey are risky.
(" )hey are too popular.
(c )hey often lose money rapidly.
(d ,t is difficult to make money from them.
175. /hat investment strategy does %r. 3ussell
9=) suggest in the articleP
(a ,nvesting in more than one stock at once
(" ,nvesting through an online "rokerage firm
(c ,nvesting in the stock for at least one year
(d ,nvesting up to five percent of a stock
portfolio.
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177. /hat company0s stock is profiledP
(a 9ova =il, ,nc.
(" 'eak %edia 4oldings
(c <irect :ccess 'u"lishing >roup
(d 4igh Standard 'harmaceuticals Company
#00. :t !hat price did the company0s stock close
on the previous dayP
(a 6(.27 per share
(" 6(.5& per share
(c 6(.71 per share
(d 6(.7( per share
AN*WER
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