Thời gian còn lại Đề thi thử NEW REAL TOEIC TEST 2 Để làm đề này Bạn cần có Tài khoản Tự luyện hay Tài khoản Gia sư Xem thông tin các tài khoản ở Gia sư TOEIC Thi thử TOEIC Đề NEW REAL TOEIC TEST 2 Đồng hồ ở góc dưới màn hình bạn nhé! LISTENING TEST In the Listening test, you will be asked to demonstrate how well you understand spoken English. The entire Listening test will last approximately 45 minutes. There are four parts, and directions are given for each part. You must mark your answers on the separate answer sheet. Do not write your answers in the test book. PART 1 Directions: For each question in this part, you will hear four statements about a picture in your test book. When you hear the statements, you must select the one statement that best describes what you see in the picture. Then find the number of the question on your answer sheet and mark your answer. The statements will not be printed in your test book and will be spoken only one time. Example: PART 2 Directions: You will hear a question or statement and three responses spoken in English. They will be spoken only one time and will not be printed in your test book. Select the best response to the question or statement and mark the letter (A), (B), or (C) on your answer sheet. PART 3 Directions: You will hear some conversations between two people. You will be asked to answer three questions about what the speakers say in each conversation. Select the best response to each question and mark the letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer stleet. The conversations will be spoken only one time and will not be printed in your test book. PART 4 Directions: You will hear some short talks given by a single speaker. You will be asked to answer three questions about what the speaker says in each short talk. Select the best response to each question and mark the teller (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet. The talks will be spoken only one time and will not be printed in your lest book. READING TEST In the Reading test, you will read a variety of texts and answer several different types of reading comprehension questions. 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.You must mark your answers on the separate answer sheet. Do not write your answers in the test book. PART 5 Directions: 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 tl1e letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet. PART 6 Directions: Read the texts on the following pages. A word or phrase is missing in some of the sentences. Four answer choices are given below each of these sentences. Select the best answer to complete the text. Then mark the letter (A), (B), (C), or (D) on your answer sheet. PART 7 Directions: 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. Questions 153-156 refer to the following article. Đoạn văn 1: Toronto - A new contract has been signed by the City of Toronto and the State of Michigan regarding the controversial shipment of Toronto's excess garbage south of the border to be buried in fields formerly used as agricultural land. Toronto's mayor, Fred Wilson, commented that a contract agreement was reached after many hours of negotiations between officials from Michigan and Toronto's city council. He said he was very pleased that they were able to settle the main points of contention, which were the amount of garbage Michigan would accept per year, how many years the contract would last for, and how much Toronto would need to pay to the state. There have been protests both in the US and in Canada regarding the new plan. Some Torontonians feel that the city should be focusing on reducing the amount of garbage being produced here in the hope that shipment of garbage elsewhere would be unnecessary, while environmental groups in Michigan are strongly opposed to bringing garbage from other areas onto state land. 153. What is this article mainly about? (A) A dispute between the governments of Canada and the US (B) A plan to ship garbage south of the border (C) A plan to reduce the amount of garbage produced in Toronto (D) Anti-American protests 154. Who made a comment on the new contract? (A) The State of Michigan (B) City council officials (C) The mayor of Toronto (D) Protesters 155. Which of the following was not a main point of contention regarding the contract? (A) The amount of garbage Michigan would accept (B) How much money would change hands (C) The length of the contract (D) How the garbage would be shipped 156. What do some Torontonians want the city to focus on more? (A) Negotiating a better contract (B) Reducing the amount of waste produced (C) Bringing the trash in from Michigan (D) Shipping the trash in energy efficient ways Questions 157-158 refer to the following letter. Đoạn văn 1: From: Mr. Donnie Bae January 19, 2006 To: Ms. Angela Montague Transportation Coordinator On behalf of our employees, most of whom take the Queenstown bus to the Speedo plant every day, we are concerned that our employees are arriving late for work. Our staff uniforms need to be kept at work, but by the time staff put on their uniforms they arrive at their shift stations 10 to 15 minutes later than the start of their shift. We wonder if it would be possible to have the morning bus depart 15 minutes earlier. We are looking forward to hearing from you on this matter. 157. What is Ms. Montague informed of in this letter? (A) More buses are needed. (B) The employees arrive late for work. (C) New stations will be built next month. (D) New uniforms are out of stock. 158. What does the writer want Ms. Montague to do? (A) Lower the bus fare (B) Change the bus route (C) Have buses run more frequently (D) Revise the bus schedule Questions 159-160 refer to the following information. Đoạn văn 1: Thank you for choosing the Eye-Saver Anti-Glare System. The Eye-Saver System fits over your computer screen to eliminate glare and remove excessive strain on your eyes. Eye care experts from around the country urge their clients to protect their eyes during long hours of computer use. The Eye-Saver System has been proven by researchers to improve comfort in the office. To install your Eye-Saver System, remove the protective cover. Using the hooks at the top of the screen, carefully hang it on the front of your computer monitor. The hinges allow you to adjust the angles of the screen for optimal viewing comfort. To clean your computer screen, wipe using plain soap and water. If you are not satisfied with our product for any reason, please contact our customer service representative at 1-800-425-SAVE. 159. Where would this information probably be found? (A) In a pharmacy (B) In a computer software manual (C) In a product package (D) In a magazine advertisement 160. What is NOT given as a benefit of the product? (A) It improves eye comfort. (B) It is washable. (C) It improves screen contrast. (D) It is adjustable. Questions 161-162 refer to the following survey. Đoạn văn 1: To: Josie Wales Subject: The Quality of our Accommodations at Oak Lodge Date: February 3 From: Jenny Jamieson You have been randomly selected from a list of recent guests to receive a survey from us regarding your impressions on the quality of our services during your stay with us. Please be kind enough to fill out the form below, and we welcome any additional comments you can make that will help us to better serve you in the future. How would you rate: Excellent Good Poor Additional comments or suggestions: For the most part, the stay was enjoyable, but I have three complaints: room service was very slow and the food I received was cold, and my mattress was somewhat lumpy, and this gave me a sore back. 161. What is the purpose of the document? (A) To request a room service order (B) To ask clients for advice in improving services (C) To ask people to stay at their hotel (D) To ask about where a good hotel can be found 162. What was Josie's complaint about room service? (A) The food was overpriced. (B) The staff was unkind. (C) The menu didn't have enough selection. (D) The service wasn't quick. Questions 163-164 refer to the following memorandum. Đoạn văn 1: To: All Managers From: Harold Geezer, Company President Date: Tuesday, July 13 Because of recent issues related to discipline of employees, as well as dismissals where these employees have brought lawsuits against the company, I have decided that there is a need for a well-documented company policy regarding both discipline and dismissals. I have asked the Human Resources department to draft this document, and to have it completed by September 1st of this year. 163. By when must employees sign the company policy? (A) September 1st (B) September 15th (C) September 21st (D) September 28th 164. How must managers submit their concerns about the document? (A) At a meeting (B) Directly to employees (C) In writing to human resources (D) In writing to the president Questions 165-166 refer to the following email. Đoạn văn 1: TO: Edith Pricklie ([email protected] FROM: Francis Tranworth ([email protected] RE: Ticket confirmation DATE: December 12, 2004 Dear Mrs. Pricklie, I am writing to confirm that your flight to Bombay, India has been booked, with a departure date of April 6, 2005, returning May 12, 2005. The total price for the ticket will be $1,216, including all fees and taxes. We do, however, at this time wish to offer you an extended package which will include the airfare, as well as hotel accommodations during your stay, tours of the interesting sites in and around the city, as well as a private car to take you from place to place. We can offer you all of this for the low price of $2,999. Please verify which package you wish to receive, and we will print and mail your flight ticket to you, along with vouchers for any other services you wish to receive. The deadline to pay for the ticket is March 6. Many Thanks, Francis Tranworth 165. Which of the following is NOT included in the extended package? (A) A translator (B) A flight ticket (C) A private car (D) Tours of the area 166. How will the ticket be sent to Mrs. Pricklie after she pays for it? (A) By courier (B) By fax (C) By mail (D) She must pick it up in person. Questions 167-169 refer to the following letter. Đoạn văn 1: Sassy Children's Day Camp 1873 Play Place Seattle, WA 29909 June 13 Mr. David Campbell 1987 Workers Drive Seattle, WA 29903 Dear Mr. Campbell We appreciate your interest in our July Day Camp program, and we wish to confirm that you will enroll your children in the program. As you are aware, our program offers the chance for your children to have many exciting experiences, both here at our facility, and at other locations in and around the city where we occasionally go on field trips. These field trips include visits to museums, amusement parks, trips to swimming pools, as well as nature walks, for which we have guides who are knowledgeable in the local animal and plant life. We make a serious effort to make everyday at camp fun and educational. Your letter to us stated that you have three children, which means that you are eligible for our special group discount. The cost per child for the month for a single child is $599, but with three or more children, the cost is only $509, a 15 percent saving! This means you will need to pay the low total price of $1, 527 for your entire family to attend the camp. Also, if your children have other friends who wish to attend the camp, they can enjoy the same savings if you book them all at once. We look forward to your confirmation, and we look forward to seeing your wonderful kids here at Sassy Children's Day Camp. Sincerely, Jesse James Jesse James, Director Sassy Children's Day Camp 167. What is the purpose of this letter to Mr. Campbell? (A) To confirm the children's enrollment (B) To advise him of the services they offer (C) To encourage him to have children (D) To book tickets at the museum 168. How many children, at the minimum, must be booked together for the camp in order to qualify for a discount? (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 169. Which of the following is NOT a benefit of the program? (A) It's educational. (B) It's free. (C) It's exciting for children. (D) It's cheerful. Questions 170-172 refer to the following advertisement. Đoạn văn 1: Jeebus Corporation Request For Proposal (RFP) Jeebus Corporation has, in the immediate upcoming future, a need for assistance from a future partner company who can help further our goals by producing printed materials which will spread our message to as many people as possible. In order to fulfill this need, this parter would need to be able to fulfill the following requirements: 1. Have sufficient writing and editing staff to produce 5, 000 words of high-quality advertising copy per month. 2. Have staff photographers available to photograph various conferences and other events so there can be attractive visuals included in the materials released. 3. Have access to affordable printing services capable of producing 300 to 500 thousand full-color copies of our monthly newsletter, which consists of 24 pages. Please submit your proposals by March 18, 2005. Proposals should be sent according to the contact information found on the cover page of this RFP. 170. What kind of materials does Jeebus Corporation need help producing? (A) Internet content (B) Printed information (C) Billboards (D) TV advertising 171. How many words must writers and editor produce in a month? (A) 300 (B) 500 (C) 1, 000 (D) 5, 000 172. What kind of staff is NOT specifically mentioned as required at the future partner company? (A) Communications representative (B) Photographer (C) Editor (D) Writer Questions 173-175 refer to the following notice. Đoạn văn 1: How to Build a Birdhouse This is much more than a simple instructional manual explaining the materials required and the dimensions of the pieces that must be fitted together to build a birdhouse. This book is full of tips with regard to proper sawing, nailing, screwing and gluing techniques that will help you to build the highest-quality birdhouse on your block! There is also information that can help you to choose the best wood when you visit your lumberyard, as well as painting tips that will help you decorate your birdhouse and protect it, so that many generations of your little friends can raise families in it. These tips can be applied to any number of home carpentry projects after you practice them by building this little wonder! 129 pages, expect 4-6 weeks for delivery. Completion of the birdhouse takes about 10 working hours. 173. What kind of skill does this book give tips for? (A) Pottery (B) Drawing (C) Making wooden things (D) Interior home decorating 174. Which of the following does the notice mention will protect the birdhouse? (A) Proper gluing (B) Proper painting (C) Proper nailing (D) Proper screwing 175. Which of the following is NOT discussed in the notice? (A) Sawing techniques (B) Selection of materials (C) Decoration of the birdhouse (D) Placement of the birdhouse Questions 176-177 refer to the following letter. Đoạn văn 1: Yearly Athletics March 26 To: Mr. James Frank 99 Sahara Road, Canberra, Australia From: Jimbo Jones, Tournament Organizer 88 Gobi Drive, Sydney, Australia Dear Mr. Frank: I'm replying to your letter requesting that the cricket tournament be postponed from May 30 of this to June 6. Unfortunately, we must decline this request. We understand your desire to include everyone, and we wish we could accommodate those teams which are unable to attend on the originally scheduled date. However, there has been too much work done to promote the event for the originally scheduled date. Also, Wiggly Field has already been reserved for May 30, and there is a steep penalty to be paid for changing the date. Best Regards, Jimbo Jones 176. Why was a request made to reschedule the event? (A) There is no field available. (B) The necessary preparations haven't been made yet. (C) To include more teams in the event (D) There could be a penalty if they go ahead as planned. 177. When will the tournament actually be held? (A) May 30th (B) June 6th (C) March 26th (D) March 30th Questions 178-180 refer to the following advertisement. Đoạn văn 1: Accounting Director Needed The Bland Corporation is seeking highly skilled and motivated professionals to apply for the position of Accounting Director for the Northeast Division. Applicant must have an MBA, be certified CPAs, have a minimum of 10 years experience working in the accounting field, and have 5 years management experience. The job will include roughly 20 days of travel a year to domestic and international locations, and a very hard working attitude will be a requirement in this position. Benefits include full medical and dental family coverage, a six-figure salary, and an end of contract bonus, as well as a substantial retirement pension, depending on how many years of service the successful applicant provides. Please send your résumé and cover letter to Ruth Jucinia at [email protected] 178. How many years of accounting experience must applicants have? (A) 5 (B) 6 (C) 10 (D) 20 179. Which of the following is NOT required of applicants? (A) A business degree (B) A willingness to travel (C) A hard working attitude (D) A history of earning a high salary 180. What are thee benefits of a successful applicant? (A) 100 thousand dollar yearly salary (B) An apartment (C) An overseas trip (D) Health insurance Questions 181-185 refer to the following e-mails. Đoạn văn 1: Sign Up for GoodFCU E (electronic)-Statements or E-Notices and Be Entered to Win a $100 Gas Card! Dear WAYNE R. HUSH, Since you currently receive GoodFCU account E-Statements, you know they offer you a fast and easy solution for viewing your monthly/quarterly account statement in Computer Line. Other E-Notices that you may find useful are VISA E-Statements, Transaction Notices and the Loan Billing Notice. Sign up for E-Statements or E-Notices from now until July 31, 2006 and be entered to win one of three $100 Mobile gas cards. * It's perfect for your summer travels! . VISA E-Statements work just like your GoodFCU account E-Statements. You receive an email notifying you that your VISA E-Statement is ready to be viewed in Computer Line. Also, with VISA E-Statements, a link is provided to make an online payment. . Transaction Notices are sent via email and inform you if you have an overdraft transfer from one account to another (for example, from savings to checking) or if you have a Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) check. . Loan Billing Notices. Receive your loan payment notices and late notices (Instant-Cash, Home Equity Loan, etc) via email. When you select an E-Notice, you are also able to choose how many days before your due date you would like to receive the E-Notice. Sign Up Today! Login to Computer Line from the GoodFCU home page. * Make sure your email address is current * Choose the "E-Services" menu * Choose "E-Correspondence Sign Up" from the drop down menu Select "Electronic" as your delivery method for the appropriate statements and/or notices (you may choose to receive all your statements and notices electronically by checking the box at the top of the list) * Enter and confirm your email address * Agree to the online disclosure Sincerely, Good Federal Credit Union - [email protected] Đoạn văn 2: To: [email protected] From: [email protected] Subject: Hi, this is Wayne Hush. I signed up for the E-Statements, Transaction Notices and the Loan Billing Notice a few days ago, and I still didn't get my $100 Mobile gas card. I am actually going on a trip to Las Vegas in two days, so it would be very useful for me to have a gas card. Therefore, please check if you have made a mistake in not sending me the gas card or possibly it got lost on the way to my mailbox. I just want my gas card as soon as possible. Thank you. Sincerely, Wayne Hush [email protected] 181. What is the first e-mail about? (A) It is a brochure from a bank introducing a new mortgage loan. (B) It is showing how much Mr. Hush borrowed from the bank. (C) It's introducing a way to get a $100 gift card when you sign up. (D) It is advertising their new deals. 182. What is NOT of their new services? (A) Electronic view of spending history (B) Transaction notification (C) Low interest loan (D) Loan payment notice 183. What is one of the procedures to sign for the service? (A) Choose E-Customer Service (B) Choose E-Correspondence Sign Up (C) Enter and change your password (D) Enter your personal identification number 184. Why does Mr. Hush say he needs a gas card? (A) He doesn't have any money for gas. (B) His car takes up lots of gas. (C) He will need lots of gas soon. (D) He wants to sell it to other people. 185. What is correct about the two readings? (A) Good Federal Credit Union has sent the gas card to Mr. Hush. (B) Mr. Hush has not signed up for the new services yet. (C) Good Federal Credit Union doesn't offer any free gas cards. (D) Mr. Hush probably has not won the free gas card contest. Questions 186-190 refer to the following introduction and e-mail. Đoạn văn 1: Honors College Information Sessions Congratulations students, for your excellent academic achievement during your first semester at ASU. The Honors College is pleased to offer you an opportunity to learn more about Honors College membership. You are invited to attend one of the Honors College introductory sessions noted below: January 23 - Monday - 129 Shody Hall - 4:30-5:30 pm January 24 - Tuesday - C106 Colmes Hall - 4:30-5:30 pm First-year students may apply for membership in the Honors College during their second semester if they maintain at least a 3. 5 G. P. A. and expect to reach sophomore standing by the end of the semester. If you are interested in applying after attending one of these sessions, you will schedule a time to meet with an Honors College adviser in Eustace-Cole Hall. If you cannot attend any session, you can make an appointment BEGINNING JANUARY 30 with an Honors College adviser by using the on-line scheduling system. Henry D. Cogner Dean, The Honors College E-mail: [email protected] Đoạn văn 2: To: Henry Cogner From: Jimmy Dashes Subject: RE: Honors College Information Sessions Dear Prof. Henry Cogner, My name is Jimmy Dashes and I am a freshman in Arizona State University. Even before coming into ASU, I've heard great things about the Honors College and one of the goals that I've set this year was to get into the Honors College. But I feel that I've had to come a long way to even apply for the Honors College. My family's business has been going down ever since we moved to Arizona and last semester, I didn't get the money for the scholarship I earned, which was going to be used for my tuitions. So I had to work 12 hours a day every day for two months from September to November. Then at the end of November, before the final exam period, I got into a car accident, and I had to spend one week in the hospital. My current G. P. A. after the first semester is 3. 3. And I know that the G. P. A. has to be over 3. 5 to be eligible to apply for the Honors College. However, I plead with you Prof. Cogner that you consider my situation and how it was inevitable for me to do not as well as I could and not get over 3. 5 G. P. A. I thank you for your time and attention, Prof. Cogner. Sincerely, Jimmy Dashes ASU freshman 186. What is the purpose of the first passage? (A) To recruit staff to help students who apply for Honors College (B) To find students among juniors to join Honors College membership (C) To offer students with high overall grade studying in Arizona State University (D) To look for any students who can make to the introductory sessions 187. In which hall would you meet with an Honors College advisor? (A) Shody Hall (B) Eustace-Cole Hall (C) Honors Hall (D) Colmes Hall 188. What should students who cannot make it to introductory sessions do? (A) You can visit the Honors College office to make an appointment with an advisor. (B) You can go on the internet to make an appointment with an advisor. (C) You can read the Honors College Handbook instead. (D) You just go ahead and pick up the application to turn it in. 189. Which one describes the student's emotional state in the email most accurately? (A) He is satisfied with what he had to go through. (B) He is very anxious that Prof. Cogner will not accept him. (C) He has no ambition to enter the college. (D) He is very happy. 190. What is NOT true about the student? (A) He had to miss two months of school for working. (B) He got into a car accident last semester. (C) His family is not able to support him financially right now. (D) He really wants to get into the Honors College. Questions 191-195 refer to the following letters. Đoạn văn 1: May 23, 2006 Mr. Paul Aljouney Standing Mobile Technology 81 Fulham Road London, SW3 6RD Dear Mr. Aljouney: I read in the July issue of the popular journal, New Technology, about your new cellular phone, the Ultra 700 I-2. As we are the major distributor of cellular phone accessories online, the Ultra 700 I-2 is the kind of product we look for. Our company, Wireless. com would be interested in selling the batteries, chargers, speakers, and other accessories that come with the Ultra 700 I-2, and of course the Ultra 700 I-2 itself. Would you please be kind enough to send us a sample Ultra 700 I-2 phone and the accessories that will accompany the Ultra 700 I-2 and the proposed list prices? I would also appreciate the opportunity to meet with your sales representative to discuss volume discounts. I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience. Sincerely, Don Phillips Supply Manager Wireless. com Đoạn văn 2: May 28, 2006 Don Phillips Wireless. com 32000 Business Center Indianapolis, IN 65344 Dear Don Phillips, I want to thank you for the great interest and attention you are giving to us. Yes, we will send you our sample accessories that accompany the phone and a sample phone as soon as possible. We should be able to send them to you by June 1st if everything goes according to plan. Here's the list of accessories we have with our new product Ultra 700 I-2 and we hope that this will help you to come up with a good contract soon. Product/Accessories Price Quantity or Note Ultra 700 I-2 Phone cover Earphones & Mic Extra battery $199.99 + 10% tax $19.99 + 10% tax $29.99 + 10% tax $45.99 + 10% tax No sales or discount Come with decorations Made by Sony 2/Lasts 2 days We are in the process of producing more accessories which I have not included in the table. We will send you the rest of the accessory list as soon as we are ready to produce them successfully. Once again, thank you for your interest in our product. Sincerely, Paul Aljouney Standing Mobile Technology Production Manager [email protected] 191. What is the purpose of Mr. Phillips' letter? (A) He wants to buy Standing Mobile Technology Company. (B) He wants to know if the S. M. T. Company has any new products. (C) He wants to bargain with Mr. Aljouney to lower the price. (D) He wants to sell S. M. T. 's new product. 192. What do you know about the Wireless. com Company? (A) It sells lots of electronic products. (B) It sells mobile phone attachments. (C) It installs wireless connections for customers. (D) It turns normal phones into wireless. 193. How did Mr. Aljouney's response to the letter? (A) He isn't really interested in doing business with Mr. Phillips. (B) He is excited to sell products to Mr. Phillips. (C) He is unsure whether he should sign a contract with Mr. Phillips. (D) He needs some time before he makes the decision. 194. What is NOT one of the products Standing Mobile Technology is producing? (A) Phone decorations (B) Earphones made by Sennheiser (C) Cellular phone batteries (D) Ultra 700 I-2 195. Which of the choices is true about the accessories? (A) Battery is the cheapest attachment. (B) Earphones and Mic are dealt with different product. (C) Phone cover costs less than $25. (D) There are only two accessories for the Ultra 700 I-2. Questions 196-200 refer to the following e-mails. Đoạn văn 1: From: Namsu Jeong To: Aaron Prince Subject: Requests for information Date: Fri, Feb 2, 2006 16:23 Since we introduced our new camera, we've been getting a lot of requests for more information. I started a checklist to make sure we keep track of what our potential customers want. New Prints sent me an e-mail yesterday requesting 100 brochures and a display stand. (Are the brochures back from the Make Ads yet?) Inside Photo asked me this morning to get a sales rep to call. All the representatives are at a meeting and won't be able to return calls until Feb 5, next Monday. However, I will talk to the reps manager to see if they can finish their project earlier to talk to our clients. Đoạn văn 2: From: Aaron Prince To: Namsu Jeong Subject: RE: Requests for information Date: Fri, Feb 2, 2006 17:35 Today, I received requests for brochures from Marvel Film, Digital Zip, and Media Top. Bea Gomez of Camera.com sent an e-mail yesterday, Feb 1st, and she wants a sales representative to call, and she also wants to get info on promotional materials. Unfortunately, the brochures won't be ready until next week. This afternoon, I'll fax a promotional flyer to each of them and tell them the brochures will be sent on Feb 6th. I'll also tell them about our new processing service. 196. What is true about the two e-mails? (A) They are sent to their all group members. (B) They share information about their business. (C) They are written day after day. (D) They contain the phone & fax number also. 197. What is one of the problems they are experiencing? (A) The brochures have the wrong information. (B) They still haven't introduced their new camera to the market yet. (C) The printing company hasn't finished printing the brochures yet. (D) The brochures will be ready by tomorrow. 198. When will they provide the brochures to their clients? (A) Feb. 1st (B) Feb. 2nd (C) Feb. 5th (D) Feb. 6th 199. What does Aaron plan to do? (A) Visit each client to talk to them about their new product (B) Fax a promotional flyer to clients (C) Find other representatives who are free (D) Send an email to Bea Gomez of Camera. com 200. Which of the following describes their job correctly? (A) They make and design cameras. (B) They assemble their new products. (C) They run the business with their friends. (D) They promote their new products.