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As in Part 3, now there could be a graphic included on the test sheet and students will have to compare what is being heard in the talk and what is seen in the graphic. Advantages: none that I can see. The addition of a graphic to analyze increases the difficulty of choosing the right answer. Extra analysis and comprehension are needed to catch that possible implied meaning. Here are the three questions and the related graphic. Reading Part 5 Changes: There are only 30 incomplete sentences to answer compared to 40 in the last version.
This section can be very time consuming and laborious. Reading Part 6 Changes: 16 questions up from A On foot. A Sunny. B By train. B Cool. C By car. C Humid. D By bus. D Icy. What time will the woman meet the man When does this conversation take place? A May.
B September. C November.
C At D December. D At Why didn't the woman read this What time did the woman go to bed? A She didn't have money to download one. B After 7: B She didn't have time to download one. C It wasn't delivered on time.
D After D She read yesterday's instead. How many hours of sleep does the What does the man suggest that the woman usually get? A Four. A download a newspaper at the newsstand. B Five. B Read the front page. C Eight. C Borrow his newspaper. D Ten. D Have the newspaper delivered. Why did she get up early? What does the man want to do? A To do some work. A Read the woman a story.
B To work out at the gym. B Tell the woman about the news. C To finish reading a book. C download a newspaper for her. D To get ready for a trip. D Copy a page from the newspaper. You will hear some talks given by a single speaker.
You will be asked to answer three questions about what the speaker says in each talk. The talks will not be printed in your test book and will be spoken only one time. What is being sold? What kind of news item is this? A Office space. A An analysis. B Office supplies. B A review. C Down pillows. C A correction. D Sailboats. D A warning. How long does this sale last? When might this announcement be heard? A One day. B Three days. B Summer. C One week. C Fall. D Eight days. D Winter.
When does the sale end? What causes power failure? A Thursday. A Excessive use. B Friday. B Lack of demand. C Saturday. C Increased supply. D Sunday. D Poor quality fans. What was the weather yesterday? Who is probably listening to this A Rainy. B Foggy. A Ticket agents. C Sunny.
B Telephone line technicians. D Clear. C Airline representatives. When might it snow? D Potential travelers. Why is there a delay? A This evening. B Tomorrow morning. A All the agents are busy.
C Tomorrow evening. B All flights are late. D This weekend. C The fares are going up. What will the weekend temperature be? D Representatives are on strike. A Below freezing. When should travelers to other countries B Right around freezing. C Around 7 degrees. A Two hours before their flight leaves. D About 11 degrees. B Three hours before their flight leaves. C Four hours before their flight leaves. D Five hours before their flight leaves.
What kind of people are attending the What kind of work is advertised? A Full-time. A Teachers. B Part-time. B Managers. C Overtime. C Waiters. D Volunteer.
D Gardeners. What qualifications are required? Which of the following describes A Law degree. B Medical diploma. A Inexperienced. C Advertising experience. B Retired. D Office skills. C Speechless. What are job seekers required to do? D Young. A Take a test. Where is the announcement being heard? B Be available immediately. A In a garden. C Fill out an application form. B In a private office.
D Understand employment law. C In a dining hall. D On a train. What time is the report being presented? What is needed to enter?
B At A A special pass. B An authorized signature. C A secure vehicle. What advice is given? D A hunting license.
A Wear a hat. Where can passes be obtained? B Go to bed early. A Within the secure area. C Have a nice day. B From authorized personnel. D Take your umbrella. C At the Security Office. What is the weather now? D At the License Bureau. A Rainy. What should visitors do when leaving B Clear skies.
C Dark clouds. A Sign out. D Windy. B Pay an exit fee. C Give the pass back. D Keep the pass for future visits. What kind of place is Family Security Where is this announcement made? A At a school. A A police station. B At an airport. B A travel agency. C At a grocery store. C An insurance company. D At a shopping mall. D An alarm installation company. What is today's special? For urgent problems, what number A Chicken. B Beef. A One. C Spaghetti. D Vegetables. C Five. What do kids get with their meal?
D Six. A A toy. How can you register an address change? B Free dessert. A Press 4. C Extra vegetables. B Visit the website. D A seat by the entrance. C Speak to an agent. D Send it in by mail. This is the end of the Listening test. Turn to Part 5 in your test book. The entire Reading test will last 75 minutes. There are three parts, and directions are given for each part. You are encouraged to answer as many questions as possible within the time allowed.
A word or phrase is missing in each of the sentences below. Four answer choices are given below each sentence. Select the best answer to complete the sentence. Then mark the letter A , B , C , or D on your answer sheet. Both companies are the Bolton is both a strong manager same business. If they more aware of the trends, they could have avoided The seminar will adjourn bankruptcy. Make checks to the Marketing O is important: The secretary had the messenger It's time to take advantage of current the envelope as soon as rates.
The manager has to the The board meetings usually presentation until next week. Everyone was disappointed to hear that they'll be satisfied. D turned down getting it in writing. Rossi hired the new A even though assistant, the office has become more B when organized. D Since A with Cutler will as president. Silva sent the memo it improve. Chicago next month.
The host will want the total amount The new sales manager cooperates with James voted A in against the proposal. A foundlings A are twice distributed a month B finds B twice a month are distributed C findings C are distributed twice a month D found D a month are distributed twice There has been a decline in local burglarized. Lee was calling her the information. Read the texts that follow. A word or phrase is missing in some of the sentences.
Four answer choices are given below each of the sentences. Select the best answer to complete the text. Chandi Akella Rapid Technology, Inc. I was interested to read about your company in the online issue of "Technology Today. I own a candy company in Tennessee. As part of their work, my employees use heavy equipment and move large boxes every day.
Sometimes they fall or hurt their backs. Everyone suffers from this situation. A avoid B gain C miss D save These accidents cost my company a lot of money, and my employees suffer from health problems.
Rapid Technology's "cobots" may help. I understand that a "cobot" is like a robot. However, it is a robot that collaborates— or works with—people. So, you call it a "cobot. I understand that people are when they work with cobots. However, the article I read only A safer B more safely C safety D more safety discussed cobots at car companies.
Could they also be used at a candy company? We are very interested in cobots, but we are not sure if they would work here. What do you think? Please reply via mail. Thank you. O ffice procedures Dear Teachers, Our new school year is starting. I would like to remind everyone about the rules for using our office during this exciting and busy time. Please review these procedures carefully. Door Code: You need a code to unlock the office door.
New teachers, your code will arrive this week. Everyone shares the same telephone number. Please share the computers. A in B up C out D to after using the computer. For help with the computer, please call Mario at extension A costly B useful C necessary D complicated 5.
Please eat in the lunchroom. After eating, throw all trash in the bin. Keep this room clean at all times. We have some new teachers this semester.
They are not yet familiar with our office procedures. Please help these new teachers, and welcome them to our program. My boss recommended your company as the fastest at shipping office supplies. I work at RDA Company, and we urgently need some supplies. A quickly B quicker C quickest D quickness We need two large desks, model A, one dark brown and the other black. We also need two chairs for the new desks. A include B included C to include D will include We also need ten boxes of white, letter-sized paper.
Please send everything immediately. Our new employees need these supplies as soon as possible. Thank you for your assistance. Briana A doctors B nurses C customers D employees Hilton, the woman you helped resuscitate on Monday, gave me your name and address when I spoke to her on the phone today.
A had better B could C will D are know that she is recovering in the hospital and is almost ready to be released. As it turns out, you assumed correctly that the woman was suffering from a severe and sudden allergic reaction to nuts. She had neglected to inform the waitress that she couldn't eat any food containing nuts. Your skill and presence of mind saved her from suffering a terrible tragedy. In this part you will read a selection of texts, such as magazine and newspaper articles, letters, and advertisements.
Each text is followed by several questions. Select the best answer for each question and mark the letter A , B , C , or D on your answer sheet. SALES California-based company seeking to expand its sales overseas is looking for sales professionals to cover territory in the Pacific Rim region.
Successful candidates will have a minimum of two years experience in sales, preferably in the clothing industry, as well as a good professional appearance, excellent comm unication skills, and a college degree.
Conversational knowledge of Japanese or Mandarin Chinese and experience traveling or working in Asia are desirable. Job is based in San Francisco but requires one to two weeks a month of travel. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package including health and life insurance, relocation allowance, and professional development opportunities.
Send resume and two letters of reference to: Closing date: June Who would most likely apply for this Which of the following is NOT job? T Consumers download all kinds of software, from games for the kids to highly sophisticated professional programs and everything in between. The excessive packaging on computer software is joining catchy wrappers, durable plastic and cardboard boxes, plastic jugs, and other types of packaging in the trash. Everything we download is packaged in one way or another.
When we get our downloads home, we unwrap them and throw the packaging in the trash. Communities all around the country are struggling with the problem of where to put all this waste. Much of this excessive packaging serves only to make the products more attractive to consumers.
It catches the eye but does not really protect the goods from damage. What is this article about? What happens to most packaging? A Recycling A It's recycled. B Computer software B It's discarded. C The use of garbage dumps C It's stored on shelves. D A problem with packaging D It's redesigned.
According to the passage, why are products packaged? City-to-suburb and suburb-to-suburb trips were not included in the study. What docs this table compare? In which month were the buses used least? Which month had the highest number of commuters? The Postal System has announced that postal rates are going up yet again. On the first o f the year, the price o f a first-class stamp will rise by 8 cents.
Express mail and priority mail rates will increase by 20 percent. The rates for third-class mail will also go up, while the special book rate will be entirely eliminated. Special services such as Delivery Confirmation, Return Receipt, and Overnight Delivery will also cost more, and it has even been announced that rental rates on post office mail boxes will increase. Everybody everywhere will be paying more for postal services next year, but one sector will be particularly hard hit.
Direct-marketing companies rely on the postal system to carry out their business.
These companies include catalog houses as well as sellers o f mailing lists. Postal services account for a significant percentage o f their costs. Direct-marketing Companies say the proposed increases in postal rates will hurt their industry and will likely even drive some into bankruptcy.
They will have a huge effect on the way we do business. Will this mean less junk mail arriving at your doorstep? There will probably be some increases in prices o f mail-order products, but not enough to drive the average consumer away. The word "d rive" in paragraph 3, line 2, According to the passage, what rate do is closest in meaning to most direct-marketing companies use? According to the passage, who will be What are the catalog houses in this most affected by this change?
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