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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 are the man and woman are looking at?
6. What is true about the woman?
7. What does the man think of physics?

PART 4

Bài nghe

8. What is Ms. Park's book about?
9. What will Ms. Park do?
10. What can you do at the back of the auditorium?

PART 5

11. Mr. Hatcher is now curious about the general opinion on the matter of formatting a standard _____ deluxe system instead of formatting a premiere one.
12. Mary and her younger sister have many _____
13. A processing fee of $3. 00 will be added to _____ received by telephone.

PART 6

Bài đọc

Questions 14 - 16:

Đoạn văn:

At Grover Investment Services, we understand that you work hard to earn your money, and it is important to invest it _____(1)

This is where we come in. We offer our _____(2) a full range of investment services.

Whether you are a conservative or aggressive investor, we can help you develop an investment plan that suits your needs. At Grover, we are _____(3) to helping you get the best possible return for your money.

Call us today.

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

PART 7

Bài đọc

Questions 17 - 19:

Đoạn văn:

Think Like a Champion
By Dennis Flatmeyer

What secret power do professional athletes and Olympians possess that enables them to perform under pressure? Well, the answer, according to psychologists and athletic trainers, is in the brain.
For years, athletes and coaches alike believed that athletic skill and physical training were the two most important factors determining competitive success.
Recent evidence, however, suggests that mental training is actually more critical than athletic ability. Thus, while you may not have been born a champion golfer, you can certainly train yourself to become one by employing the proper mental training.
Take for example, the four-time Olympic gold medal winner in the 200 meter dash, Paul Fisher. Paul was born with a rare neuromuscular disease that prevented him from growing normally. He spent the first five years of his life in a hospital bed, and doctors told his parents that he would probably have to use a wheelchair all his life. Then, in 1988, while watching the Seoul Olympics from his hospital bed, Paul decided that he would one day be an Olympic runner.
Twelve years later, in Sydney, Paul Fisher was standing on the Olympic podium, wearing a gold medal around his neck. When asked about his incredible victory, Paul said, "It was easy, once I made up my mind to do it."
At Haverford University, psychologists monitored ten athletes who were each given the exact same physical training schedule. However, five athletes were also given a mental training schedule, where they practiced meditating and using positive thinking techniques. What did the University discover? The five athletes who prepared mentally and physically performed nearly seventy percent better than the other five athletes!

17. What does the article mention about athletic performance?
18. What is NOT true about Paul Fisher?
19. What did Haverford University do for their research?

PART 7

Bài đọc

Questions 20 - 24:

Đoạn văn 1:

From: Beth Wolt(bvolt@runtcorp.com)
To: Chris Gately(cgately@spectron.com)
Date: November 22
Subject: Details for Conference on December 2

Hi, Chris!

First, I'd like to express my excitement that you've agreed to speak at this year's technology conference. As you know, Runt Corporation has been organizing this event for the last ten years to promote innovation in the computer industry.

In my previous email, I told you that the conference would start at 8 a.m., but it has been changed to 9 a.m. becase a few of the companies who will be providing exhibits wanted a little more time to set up their product displays. Now, when you get to the conference center, you will have to pass through security. Please hand the security guard the four-digit code that I gave you, and he will issue you a temporary visitor's ID badge. You will need to wear this badge at all times while you are in the building.

If you need us to provide any equipment, such as a laptop computer, or overhead projector, please contact the event organizer, Martin Walsh. His email address is mwalsh@runtcorp.com. You can also reach him by phone at 1-529-236-1478.

Please feel free to contact me with any further questions that you might have. I look forward to meeting you on the day of the conference.

Beth Volt, Public Relations Director

Đoạn văn 2:

From: Chris Gately(cgately@spectron.com)
To: Beth Volt(bvolt@runtcorp.com)
Date: November 23
Subject: Update on December 2 Conference

Dear Mrs. Volt,

Thank you so much for your kind email. I am also very excited to speak at your conference. My company's innovative business strategy has greatly increased our profit margins and I am confident that, if implemented properly, it will help any computer company improve its total computer sales.

Since the subject I plan to cover is rather technical, I have asked one of my colleagues, Bill Front, to give a brief PowerPoint presentation to familiarize the audience with a few new technology terms. Mr. Front is a software designer who has been working for Spectron Inc. for five year. His innovative product designs have contributed greatly to Spectron's success in the last three years.

With regard to equipment, I will need a couple of things for the presentation. I will leave a list of required items with the event organizer when I visit his office on Wednesdday, November 25. Thanks for all of your help.

Regards,
Chris Gately

20. Why did Beth Volt write the email?
21. What is Mr. Gately required to do before entering Runt Corporation?
22. When will Ms. Volt and Mr. Gately meet?
23. Who is Bill Front?
24. What does Mr. Gately plan to do on Wednesday?

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