Đề luyện thi TOEIC ngắn: Đề ngày 23/03/2017

Đồng hồ ở góc dưới màn hình bạn nhé!

PART 1

1.
2.

PART 2

3.
Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
4.
Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

PART 3

Bài nghe

5. Who most likely are the speakers?
6. What does the woman suggest?
7. What will the speakers probably do next?

PART 4

Bài nghe

8. Who most likely is listening to this message?
9. How long does the caller have to wait?
10. Who is Mr Johnson?

PART 5

11. Of all the cars displayed here, this one uses the _____ gas.
12. Just as soon as the chairwoman finished her speech, her listeners _____ applauded.
13. As this job was of a very specialist nature an _____ was invited to join the interview panel.

PART 6

Bài đọc

Questions 14 - 16:

Dear Customer,

Our records show that you qualify for our new automatic mortgage payment plan. Under this plan your monthly mortgage payments _____ from your savings account automatically.

14.

Now you no longer have to worry about making your payments on time! We do it all for you. You must maintain a sufficient _____ in your account to cover the monthly payments.

15.

If you are interested in participating in this plan, simply complete the enclosed form. Certain _____ apply to this plan, so read the explanation on the back of the form carefully.

16.

PART 7

Bài đọc

Questions 17 - 19:

Đoạn văn 1:

Deloit Industries to Open Another Factory

Deloit Industries, a leading producer of construction equipment, plans to open another factory in 2007. The new factory will be built in Rayong, Thailand, where a number of other large-scale manufacturing companies are located.

The company's decision was criticized by many local officials, who claim that Deloit Industries plans to exploit local laborers. In the last decade, many companies have migrated to Thailand because the country's average wages are significantly less than those in North America and Europe. By operating in Thailand, companies are able to decrease their annual expenditures and increase profitability.

Unfortunately, these profits do not always benefit the local communities. According to a company spokesman, however, Deloit Industries will implement a couple of strategies that will benefit the local laborers and their families. Among these "positive plans" are providing health insurance for employees and their families, and giving academic scholarships to employees' children.

The company has implemented similar strategies for employees working at its mines in South Africa, processing plants in the Philippines, and packaging faciities in Brazil. In each place, the company has attempted to hire local workers and integrate itself into the local community. In July, the company hosted a charity event in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to raise money for local schools.

17. According to the article, why has Deloit Industries' decision been criticized?
18. What does Deloit Industries plan to do at the facility in Rayong?
19. What is NOT mentioned as another one of Deloit Industries' businesses?

PART 7

Bài đọc

Questions 20 - 24:

Đoạn văn 1:

To: All customer financial advisors
From: Head office
Re: Credit card use

With Thanksgiving next month, and Christmas also getting closer, we would like you to use the following information to help you advise customers. When customers come to get advice about reducing or avoiding credit card debt, give them a copy of the attached article. Explain to them that they should spend only what they can afford. Help them understand the main reasons for debt. Also, please become familiar with our new interest rates because customers may ask about them.

Đoạn văn 2:

HOLIDAY DEBT

During the holiday season, many Americans find themselves in great financial trouble. Recent studies show that the average American buys many more gifts than he or she can afford. That may help explain why the average American has a debt of $7,000. Many citizens have even larger debts of between $15,000 and $18,000. The use of credit cards is the main source of debt in holiday spending. Financial advisors recommend that consumers only spend as much as they can afford during the holiday season to avoid financial difficulties in the following months. Interest can significantly increase the final costs. Please ask one of our advisors for a list of current interest rates.

20. What is the main reason for debt in holiday spending?
21. How much does the average American owe?
22. Who is this article for?
23. What can cause debts to increase?
24. When was this memo probably sent?

Like/Share đề TOEIC ngắn này để chia sẻ với bạn bè và Ủng hộ Gia sư TOEIC bạn nhé!

help contact