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PART 1

1.
2.

PART 2

3.
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4.
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PART 3

Bài nghe

5. What type of business is being talked about?
6. How did the man learn about the business?
7. What did the woman like about the business?

PART 4

Bài nghe

8. How many people were in the raft?
9. Where did they go for food afterwards?
10. What did the speaker think of the day?

PART 5

11. Had the director been out of the country, his assistant _____ charge of ongoing projects during that time.
12. Some people always _____ for the easy way out.
13. Heinz Capital generally advises customers to _____ their financial portfolio by investing in stocks, bonds, and venture capital projects.

PART 6

Bài đọc

Questions 14 - 16:

To:Jack Sprague

From: Sabrina Clark

Subject: Play
Hi Jack,

I just saw that play that opened recently at the City Theater. You really ought to see it, too. I know you would enjoy the experience. The play combines _____ from both comedy and drama, so it's funny, but it also has an important message.

14.

Some people say this play is boring because there isn't a lot of action, but I think the _____ is very creative.

15.

The actors say some really funny lines. The whole performance is superb; you can tell that the actors rehearsed a long time before the paly opened. You should call the theater today to get a ticket because they will probably sell _____ soon.

16.

PART 7

Bài đọc

Questions 17 - 19:

Đoạn văn 1:

Limited Car Manufacturing Company
1 Highway Circle
Harristown, Indiana

To: Stephen Jenson, Comfort Ride Seating Company

Dear Mr. Jenson:

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

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

Sincerely,
Janet Henderson
Production Manager

17. Which of the following best describes the nature of this letter?
18. Who wrote this letter?
19. By how much has the production been reduced?

PART 7

Bài đọc

Questions 20 - 24:

Đoạn văn 1:

36 Young Street
Eglington
April 23rd, 2006

Margaret McCarthy
84 Martins Street
Eglington

Dear Ms. McCarthy,
Thank you for your recent inquiry about PowerGen Electricity. I apologize for not replying sooner. However, we have been having some trouble with our customer address database. This problem has now been resolved and I am pleased to answer your questions.

In your letter, you asked for advice on how to cut your electricity bill. We are aware that our customers want to find the most efficient, yet economical ways to use electricity in their homes. You might be surprised to learn that cutting down on electric costs is easy to do. I am enclosing a chart of the average enegry costs of most major home appliances. All you need to do is look at the chart, work out how many hours you use an item in an average week, then multiply that number by cost per hour. If you do this for each item on the list, you can calculate your monthly charge.

e.g. If you use your washing machine every day for one hour, you will need 17 cents per week. To reduce costs, wait till you have enough clothes for a full load. You could cut as much as 5 cents. This may not sound like much, but imagine reducing the time for every appliance. The total savings will add up. I hope this helps you.

Sincerely,
Aian Bredhurst

Đoạn văn 2:

Use the chart below to work out your monthly usage. We have listed the most common household appliances that most people use on a regular basis.

Applicance

Clock
Computer w(Monitor, Printer)
Electric Blanket (125 watt)
Hair Dryer
Radio
Stereo
Television
VCR
Washing machine
Microwave oven
Oven
Average Energy Cost

4 cents/week
77 cents/week
1 cents/hour
9 cents/hour
11 cents/10 hours
16 cents/10 hours
22 cents/10 hours
2 cents/hour
2 cents/hour
12 cents/hour
11 cents/hour

20. Who would be interested in this chart?
21. Which appliance uses the least energy?
22. What kind of company is probably Powergen?
23. Which of the following appliances is NOT mentioned in the text?
24. How much cheaper is using an oven than a microwave oven?

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