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PART 1

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PART 2

3.
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4.
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PART 3

Bài nghe

5. What problem does the man have?
6. Where does the man want to go?
7. What should the man do at 72nd Street?

PART 4

Bài nghe

8. Where did the woman see this ad?
9. What is the purpose of this message?
10. What does Ms. Flynn ask Mr. Burke to do?

PART 5

11. If Mr. Kennedy _____ the information, he would put it in the report.
12. Just as soon as the chairwoman finished her speech, her listeners _____ applauded.
13. Visitors are not allowed to park in the apartment parking lot unless they have obtained a parking _____ from the security office.

PART 6

Bài đọc

Questions 14 - 16:

Đoạn văn:

Do you have what it takes to become a professional chef? The first requirement, of course, is an interest in the _____(1) arts.

There is no point in becoming a chef if you don't love fine food. You will also need to be willing to work long hours because this is a very _____(2) profession.

In addition, you will need leadership qualities. A working chef has _____(3) the work of everone in the kitchen.

14. (1)
15. (2)
16. (3)

PART 7

Bài đọc

Questions 17 - 19:

Đoạn văn:

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:

Date: Monday June 11, 2007 11:32:10
Subject: "Intro to Java" cancellation and tutoring alternative
From: Louis Vanegas
To: Jamie@hunter.edu; Yichun@nyu.edu; angelawong@samengineering.com

Hi all,

First, let me apologize for the fact that the "Intro to Java" course was cancelled. There were simply too few people signed up for the course. I also want to apologize for the manner in which the Continuing Education Department handled some of the logistics surrounding the course registration and refunds. The department is overwhelmed by work and continually short-staffed. Again, my apologies.

Although the course has been cancelled, you can still learn Java. I propose that you participate in small-group tutoring classes during the summer beginning next week. Details follow:

. Tutoring session days: Mondays
. Number of sessions: 8 (8 weeks)
. Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m
. Dates: Monday. June 18 - Monday, 13 August (We will skip the first week in August.)
. Where: 3rd floor computer lab, Tisch School, 832 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
(On the first day, we will meet in the lobby as you need a proper ID to access the building.)
. Cost: $30 per session
. Payment: $240 in cash, check, or money order payable on first day of class.

Please RSVP as soon as possible so I will have a good idea about the size of the group. Again, my apologies for the course cancellation.

Best regards,
Louis Vanegas

PS: More tutoring will be available at the end of the summer for those who might need more help.

Đoạn văn 2:

Date: Tuesday June 12, 2007 15:22:00
Subject: Re: "Intro to Java" cancellation and tutoring alternative
From: Angela Wong (angelawong@samengineering.com)
To: Louis Vanegas (Ivanegas@hunter.edu>

Dear Mr. Vanegas,

Thanks for the information. I would like to know if I could only attend the first four sessions since I have to be away for about a month. After I was notified of the cancellation this Monday, I made all my travel arrangements, including my flight ticket.

Please let me know if you will allow me to do this. I would really appreciate your prompt reply. Thank you.

Best,
Angela Wong

20. Why has the course been cancelled?
21. For whom is Mr Vanegas' e-mail intended?
22. What has Louis Vanegas suggested as an alternative to the course?
23. Why did Angela Wong write her e-mail?
24. How much will Ms. Wong pay for the course if Mr. Vanegas accepts her request?

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