W: Hi! I'm sorry I'm late. The traffic on 35E was impossible.
M: Really? But it's not even rush hour.
W: I know, but it's summertime and there's a lot of construction.
M: Well anyway. I suppose we shouldn't waste any more time. We've got a lot of work today before the big presentation tomorrow.
W: Oh, I cannot wait until it is all over and done with. I have such a fear of public speaking.
M: What's there to be afraid of? You know the material better than anyone in the class.
W: It's all mental; it has nothing to do with the material. But whenever I stand up in front of other people I start trembling. My mouth goes dry, I start stuttering, and I also fidget with my hands.
M: Now you're making me nervous. We better practice a lot. Certainly the content is more important than delivery, but people need to understand what you are saying!
W: Ok, let's finish putting together the last of the pages for the powerpoint presentation, and then we'll rehearse until it's perfect. If I say the presentation enough times, I think the words will flow easier tomorrow.
M: Ok, let's get cracking.
Câu 41: What is the reason for the traffic on 35E?
Câu 42: What is at fault for the woman's nervousness?
Câu 43: What, according to the man, is the most important part of the presentation?
M: Joan, have you seen the Knight file? It was on my desk this morning, and now it is nowhere to be found.
W: I think Meredith said she wanted to look it over before the meeting with the administrators tonight.
M: Well, where is Meredith? I haven't seen her for a while now.
W: I think she's out for a few hours. She said something about meetings at the other office. I'm not sure, to tell you the truth.
M: I'll have to call her on her cell, then. I really need that file. I need to have it memorized by the meeting tonight, and I haven't even glanced at it yet.
W: Ok, call her. But be warned, she always turns her phone off when she is in meetings.
M: Oh, no. Well, I suppose it's my own fault for saving it until the very last moment. She probably assumed that I had already looked at it, considering it's been in my possession for the last three days.
W: So what are you going to do if you don't get a chance to read it?
M: Wing it, I guess. And let Meredith do most of the talking.
Câu 44: Why does the man want to find Meredith?
Câu 45: What is the man upset about?
Câu 46: What will the man probably do at the meeting tonight?
W: How did the interview go? Do you feel confident?
M: I honestly have no idea what to think about the interview.
W: What do you mean?
M: I was extremely nervous. My palms were sweaty and I stuttered on almost every question.
W: You don't strike me as the type of person who gets flustered.
M: I usually don't! But this man was so intimidating. He had such an arrogant presence to him. After the question, he leaned back in his chair and crossed his arms, as if he had just dared me to answer a question and expected me to fail.
W: I'm sure that was just his strategy. He probably wanted to observe how you handled pressure.
M: It really threw me off guard. I really wish I could have come off as more confident.
W: Well don't forget that the decision is not entirely dependent on the interview. You have an outstanding academic record and you did an impeccable job on your application, and I have no doubt that your references will sing your praises to them as well.
Câu 47: What effect did the interviewer have on the man?
Câu 48: What, besides the interview, could help the man get the job?
Câu 49: What is the woman's opinion?
M: Here it is. Carousel A. And it says right here on the monitor that this has the luggage for flight 532 arriving from New York.
W: It sure is crowded here. We're going to have to really push and shove to get to our luggage.
M: Well, we don't have to be at the convention center for another three hours and both the hotel and the center are only minutes away from the airport. What do you say we go and get some coffee over at that coffee stand in the corner?
W: That's a good idea. We can let the crowd die out a little bit and then come claim our luggage. Plus, I'm falling asleep! I could really use a caffeine kick!
M: Let's go then. My treat.
W: You don't have to do that. Let me get it.
M: No. I insist. Consider it a small thank you for letting me ride with you to the airport this morning.
W: Ok, but I'll get the coffee on the way back.
Câu 50: Where are the two individuals?
Câu 51: Why are they going to get coffee?
Câu 52: Why does he want to pay for the coffee?
W: Excuse me. Is this Dr. John Evans' office?
M: It sure is. Do you have an appointment?
W: No actually. His name was given to me by a colleague. I've been suffering from insomnia for the last few months. I've gone to M.D.'s and taken herbs and nothing seems to work. I thought a psychologist might help me work through the stress that is causing the insomnia.
M: That sounds like a reasonable solution to me. Now, Dr. Evans is booked every day, so I'm afraid you can't see him without an appointment.
W: I figured that much. I just came to the actual office instead of calling because I was in the area. Can I make an appointment with you, then?
M: Definitely. We'll schedule you first for a half hour consultation. After that consultation, Dr. Evans will suggest how often you should come and we'll schedule accordingly.
W: That sounds good. When can I get an appointment?
M: Usually he's booked for weeks straight. But fortunately for you he just had a cancellation for this Friday at 2. Can you make it?
W: I'll be there.
Câu 53: Who referred the woman to Dr. Evans?
Câu 54: Why does the woman want to be Dr. Evans' patient?
Câu 55: When will she actually see Dr. Evans?
M: Are you just getting back from work now? It's late.
W: I know. I had the greatest day though.
M: You are the only person I know who comes back from 14 hours of work and calls it a great day.
W: Well, this new job is very exciting for me. It's the first time I'm doing something I actually love and I am talented at.
M: So, why was it such a great day?
W: My boss let me sit in on a meeting with the Calvin Klein designer, which I take as a sign that she is preparing me to have more responsibilities in the future.
M: I think that is a safe assumption.
W: Also, I told her I liked a certain design and she ordered a ton of it.
M: It sounds like you are really earning the respect of your boss; and quickly too! You have accomplished a lot in just 2 months on the job.
Câu 56: According to the man, what is unique about the woman?
Câu 57: What does going to the Calvin Klein meeting probably mean for the woman?
Câu 58: Why did the boss order a lot of a particular design?
W: Are you leaving for home already, Ed? It's only 3:30.
M: I know. But I've been here since 7.
W: Why the sudden change of schedule? I've never known you to be an early bird.
M: I'm definitely not and I am somewhat sleep deprived. But my son is in the state soccer tournament and I can't miss any of his games.
W: You are such a dedicated father. And an employee at that! I'm not nearly as efficient as you are in the office. But the first thing I do when I come home is take a nap. I don't know how you have the energy to work fulltime and have a family.
M: Well, I wasn't up to it at your age, that's for sure. This is only your first year on the job. It takes a while to get a rhythm. Once you're settled here, you'll find you'll have more energy for other aspects of your life. I promise! Ok, I better go. I can't miss kick-off!
W: Have fun and good luck to your son!
Câu 59: Why is it acceptable for Ed to leave at 3:30?
Câu 60: What does the woman admire about the man?
Câu 61: How does the man reassure the woman?
W: Adam, hi! What are you doing here?
M: Since you weren't answering any of your calls, I thought I'd make a home visit.
W: I know, I'm sorry. I know you are looking for this week's column, and I know I'm past dead-line.... it's just that I had some family things come up this week and I'm a little behind schedule.
M: Jenny, you are always past deadline. And although, as your editor, that used to stress me out a lot, I've grown accustomed to it the last few years.
W: Well, then what is this about? Is something wrong?
M: Well, a publishing company contacted me a week ago with an interest in turning your columns into a book. I promised to set up a meeting between you and them by the end of the week, but then again, I didn't expect you to be avoiding my calls for seven days straight.
W: Are you serious?!
M: Yes, I'm serious, but they are starting to think that YOU are not serious. I've set up a meeting for today at four. Can you make it?
W: Of course!
Câu 62: Where does this conversation take place?
Câu 63: What has the man gotten used to?
Câu 64: What does the publishing company want to meet with the woman about?
M: As I said over the phone, I've been an accountant for the last ten years and have recently quit my job. I want to find a career that I am passionate about.
W: And what provoked your interest in advertising?
M: Well, there's still a lot for me to learn about the field, but it seems to grant me the opportunity to exercise both my creativity and my intelligence.
W: That is certainly true. And there is actually an opening at the agency.
M: Honestly? What position is it?
W: It's an unpaid internship. It will allow you to dabble in the various aspects of the advertising world, so you can find a specific area that suits you best. Also it will allow you to develop a strong portfolio.
M: But did you say unpaid?
W: Well, yes. Remember. You are starting a new career so you're going to have to start at the bottom and work your way up. It will be years until you make what you were making at your old job.
Câu 65: Why does the man want to be in advertising?
Câu 66: According to the woman, why should he get the job at the agency?
Câu 67: What is the man concerned about?
M: Do you think James will get the promotion?
W: He definitely has a good chance and certainly deserves it. But remember, Paul is the boss's nephew and he is also up for the job.
M: But Cindy's a fair boss. She would never promote someone who was less qualified just because they were family.
W: I don't think she would do it consciously, but it may play some role in her decision-making. I mean, it's not like Paul is completely unqualified for the position. If Paul and James are neck and neck for the position, Paul certainly has the edge.
M: Well, James will just be wrecked if he doesn't get it. He's been working so hard.
W: Let's just hope for the best.
Câu 68: What might hinder James's chance at the job?
Câu 69: What does the woman think about Paul?
Câu 70: What does the man know about Paul?
And now for the economy. The latest round of flight cuts by major airlines could lead to higher fares. Airlines officials say excess capacity has pushed inflation-adjusted average fares to levels unseen since the late 1980s, resulting in billions of dollars in annual losses for the industry. With fewer seats to sell, airlines will try to reduce the number of seats that they sell at rock-bottom prices through Internet discounters as they concentrate on bringing back higher-paying business travelers.
Câu 71: What might flight cuts result in?
Câu 72: In what year might airlines have experienced the same problem?
Câu 73: What will airlines now make an effort to do?
Your attention please. There is a Red Ford Taurus parked blocking the building's entryway. Will the owner of this vehicle please move it immediately? This area is meant for shuttle buses and taxis ONLY. You may move your car to either parking lot on the east or west side of the building. Again, this is a Red Ford Taurus, license plate number 173 FTU. If it is still blocking the entrance ten minutes from now, I am afraid we will have no choice but to call the towing company and have it removed. So please, will the owner of this Red Ford Taurus move your vehicle immediately?
Câu 74: What kind of vehicle could be blocking the entryway?
Câu 75: Where is the Ford Taurus allowed to be parked?
Câu 76: What will happen if it is not moved in ten minutes?
America loves to shop and there's no place better than New Hampshire, where the shopping is sales tax-free and the choice is exceptional! Come browse through the interesting and unique shops from old-fashioned 5 cent and 10 cent stores to ski and sports shops featuring the latest equipment and fashions, nationally known name and brand factory outlets, and one-of-a-kind boutiques. A bonus: many stores will ship your purchases so it's easy to say "yes" to that once-in-a-lifetime find. New Hampshire has a story to tell in the tradition of small home-based businesses and bustling workshops where craftspeople create items that reflect and contain the human spirit. For more on shopping, see listings by town within each region.
Câu 77: Besides variety, what else is heralded as being unique about shopping in New Hampshire?
Câu 78: What service do many stores provide?
Câu 79: What tradition does New Hampshire uphold?
When you get a haircut at a hairdresser, or take your clothes to a dry cleaner, or ask a garage to repair your car, you're buying a service. When you buy a service, you have the right to expect certain standards. First of all, the service must be completed within a reasonable time. This applies even if you and the person supplying the service have not agreed a time for the work to be finished by. Secondly, anyone who provides a service must do so with reasonable care and skill, to a proper standard of workmanship. If you paid someone to fix your roof because it was letting in water, it should not still leak after the work has been completed. Lastly, reliable and appropriate materials or goods should be used for the service. The same law covers goods and materials as if you were buying them directly.
Câu 80: Why are haircuts and car repairs mentioned?
Câu 81: When can reasonable timing of the service be expected?
Câu 82: Why is a leaky roof mentioned?
Every time you breathe in, your lungs take in oxygen - the food for your brain and body cells. This is absorbed into your blood. Your heart pumps the blood around your body, where the cells take up the oxygen and get rid of the carbon dioxide and other waste products. The blood goes back via the heart to the lungs. In the lungs, blood gives up carbon dioxide (which you breathe out) and takes up more oxygen for the process to start again. Understanding how our body works can help us protect ourselves from heart attacks and strokes. Today though, things are much better and heart attack and stroke victims can benefit from new medications and treatments unavailable to patients in years past.
Câu 83: What is considered as food for our brain?
Câu 84: When is the lungs what does the blood give away?
Câu 85: What is the purpose of this text?
Business names are no longer registered with any government departments. But there are laws about using certain names and disclosing certain details of ownership. Before 1982 many business names had to be registered under the Registration of Business Names Act 1916. The act was then repealed when new rules on business names came into force. This law was replaced by the Business Names Act 1985. This allows the Secretary of State to have certain controls over the name you choose for your business and what you must tell others about the ownership of the business. Some words and expressions are controlled by other laws. These rules protect the rights which per-sons may have in relation to names or words.
Câu 86: When was Registration of Business Names Act repealed?
Câu 87: What does the Business Names Act allow?
Câu 88: What is the main purpose of the mentioned rules?
The very first modern Olympic Games opened in the first week of April 1896. Pole vaulting, sprints, shot put, weight lifting, swimming, cycling, target shooting, tennis, marathon and gymnastics were all events at the first Olympics. The swimming events were held in the Bay of Zea in the Aegean Sea. Gold medalist, Alfred Hoyos Guttmann described it: "I won ahead of the others with a big lead, but my greatest struggle was against the towering twelve-foot waves and the terribly cold water." Approximately 300 athletes participated, representing thirteen countries.
Câu 89: What is NOT a mentioned event at the first modern Olympics?
Câu 90: What was Alfred Hoyos Guttmann's biggest difficulty?
Câu 91: How many individuals participated in the first modern Games?
Our plane leaves at seven thirty tomorrow morning, so we will leave the house at six o'clock sharp in order to get there an hour before departure time. I know it's early, so be sure to set your alarm so you don't oversleep. It is a 9-hour plane ride from New York to Greece. You have to remain seated during the trip, but there are many ways to entertain yourself. You could watch a movie, read a book, walk around or take a nap. Once the plane lands in Greece, we will get our passports stamped. After that, we will get our luggage from the baggage claim and then catch a taxi and have it take us to Hotel Poseidon in Athens.
Câu 92: What time do they need to arrive at the airport?
Câu 93: Which is NOT a mentioned way they can entertain themselves on the plane?
Câu 94: What is the first thing they will do once they exit the plane?
All animals, but humans especially, adapt to their environments aided by learning. Through classical conditioning, we learn to anticipate events such as being fed or experiencing pain. Through operant conditioning, we learn to repeat acts that bring desired results and avoid acts that bring punishment. Through observational learning, we learn from the experience and example of others. Observational learning, where behaviors are observed and imitated, is a process found among higher animal groups such as humans. Modeling is the process of observing and imitating a specific behavior or action.
Câu 95: How do we learn how to prepare for events such as pain?
Câu 96: What do we learn to avoid through Operant Conditioning?
Câu 97: How are humans classified?
Want a good teachable moment about our footprint on the earth? Try packing with your family for a trip to Mexico. Once we're in the country, we'll be taking a small airline to a tiny and remote place near the Gulf Coast. But we're only allowed 22 pounds of luggage per person. This family of four will be testing the claim on the camping towel bag - that you can wring it out and immediately reuse it. And of the hoped-for entertainment from home, such as laptops, handheld games, etc., only the deck of cards is likely to make the weight cut. What we just may learn is how little we actually need, perhaps how much more we'll gain from the experience by traveling lightly.
Câu 98: What is the family's problem?
Câu 99: What form of entertainment will the family bring with them?
Câu 100: What does the speaker anticipate?
Fly Away Airlines
Newforth Business Park
Minneapolis, MN, 27726
Dear Sr or Madam,
I am sending this letter of __(1)__ because of the service I received while traveling on your fight 770 from Minneapolis to New York on the 19th of September 2007.
I requested a diabetic meal through your webske, and confirmed this when I checked in for the flight. However, when the meals were served on board, I was told that there was no diabetic meal requested. I had to ask four times, and become quite __(2)__ before the cabin crew would search for the meal which I had reason to believe was there. Mistakes may happen, but this seemed like unnecessary rudeness.
You can understand my concem, I'm sure, because eating regular meals, made up of the right foods, is __(3)__ for managing this illness. Regrettably, I'm not sure that I would feel confident traveling with you in the future.
Câu 141: __(1)__
Câu 142: __(2)__
Câu 143: __(3)__
More than £160m will be spent on music and video downloads in the UK this year, according to a __(1)__
Market analysts predict that digital downloads will be worth £163m in 2008 - up 45.5% on last year. And digital spending will continue to __(2)__ , reaching £600m a year by 2012, according to the UK Music and Video Retailers 2008 report.
But CD and DVD spending has slowed, with the __(3)__ music and video marks down 2.9% to £4bn in 2008.
Câu 144: __(1)__
Câu 145: __(2)__
Câu 146: __(3)__
TO: All Staff
As you know, we are expecting a visit from health inspectors this week. I would like to remind you __(1)__ the importance for our restaurant to avoid any problems with the health inspection. It is essential that you carry out your usual cleaning and sanitation procedures with the uppermost care this week. Do not take __(2)__
I would particularly like to remind staff to check on he storage of meat products. Make __(3)__ meats are kept on the upper shelf in the refrigeration unit, because the temperature is not high enough on the lower shelf.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Câu 147: __(1)__
Câu 148: __(2)__
Câu 149: __(3)__
To: Mark Ackerman - Aker@globalnet.com
From: Deborah Leach - email@example.com
Subject: PARKING LOT REFURBISHMENT
Cc: C.C. Summers - firstname.lastname@example.org
Erin Young - email@example.com
Date: 2 June, 2007 14:12:25
Dear Mr. Ackerman,
This Is to inform you that we have carefully __(1)__ your estimate for the parking lot refurbishing. We are planning to contract with you for this work.
We are unable to let this contract immediately however, as final approval of expenditures of this nature must come from the head office in New York.
We expect to receive approval or disapproval __(2)__ the next 30 days. At such time, we will contact you with instructions accordingly
If we may be of any assistance in the meantime please feel free __(3)__ this office.
Deborah Leach, Secretary
Tel: 605 885 5624
Câu 150: __(1)__
Câu 151: __(2)__
Câu 152: __(3)__
To: Jerry Wilson, CEO
From: MaryAnn Tyler, Director
Subject: Urgent change of plans
Date: 14 May 2007
Jerry, call me as soon as you have read the attached report.
We need to implement the new product marketing plan sooner than discussed at our last meeting, because Alpha Inc, now has a similar one set to launch in July. Call me right away.
Câu 153: What should Jerry do after reading the report?
Câu 154: How do Jerry and MaryAnn view the Alpha Inc?
Mr. Timothy York
We have received your claim for damages to your car sustained on 29 Dec 2007. However, we require a few other pieces of documentation, to process the claim. We need a police report to determine fault in accident claims, and request that you send us this document. Were police present at the accident scene? If police were not involved we will need a form 77RH from you.
In this situation the claim process becomes more complicated and it is at our discretion whether we can accept your claim.
I am the officer at Drive Right Insurance that will be handling your claim, and I have included my business card with contact details. If you
Mr. Tyler Bancroft, MA
Mob: 778 4446 6925
Câu 155: Approximately how much time has passed between the accident and this letter?
Câu 156: Why is a police report needed?
Câu 157: If the police were not involved what will happen?
Câu 158: Why was the business card included?
Câu 159: In which department at Drive Right Insurance does Mr. Bancroft most likely work?
5th floor studio apartment in the Clearwater area. Newly refurbished, wood floors, large windows, excellent views. Utilities included. No smoking, or pets. Two month's rent plus deposit required for the first payment. $500 per month. Call Louisa after 5pm on 224 352 2254
Câu 160: Where would this notice be most likely to be found?
Câu 161: What should the tenant expect to pay for electricity?
DEPARTMENTAL EMERGENCY ALARMS
IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENT OR EMERGENCY WITHIN THE DEPERTMENT THERE ARE THREE ALARMS THAT MAY BE HEARD: KLAXON HORN CONTINUOUS BELL, OR INTERMITTENT BELL
1. A KLAXON HORN INDICATES A LABORATORY ALARM HAS BEEN ACTIVATED
2. A CONTINUOUSLY SOUNDING FIRE BELL
3. LIFT INTERMITTENT BELL
To: All embloyees
Following on from the uncertainty experienced last week over procedures to carry out when an alarm is heard, the attached document outlines the different alarms and the actions that need to be taken, when they are sounded.
Please make yourself familiar with it,
Remember however: BEFORE YOU INVESTIGATE THE SOURCE OF ANY PROBLEM, RING and INFORM SECURITY - Phone No. 13333.
Give them the following information:
Câu 162: Which alarm is the least serious?
Câu 163: When will the Klaxon Horn sound?
Câu 164: For what reason do employees need to check the safety regulations?
Câu 165: Why was this memo issued?
Câu 166: When contacting security, what information must be given?
A lady's silver Timex watch with a silver band. RC is inscribed on the band. It was possibly lost in the ladies' toilet on floor three, on Monday the 24th June. If found, please turn in to reception
Câu 167: Where would this notice most likely be found?
Câu 168: What probably happened to the watch?
STATE STREET BRANCH ATM
Withdrawal from checking
Account # 448957600008
Balance $ 2,054.54
Available balance $ 1,054.54
Câu 169: When did this transaction occur?
Câu 170: How much money is currently in the account?
Job type: Science and Technology
Job reference: EU/TP/ITA/SC/0822
Apply: Click here
Job offer description: Research Scientist
Research: To undertake front-line research in the areas of Mathematics, specifically, probability (pure or/and applied) or dynamical systems.
Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral level in Mathematics.
At least 5 years of research experience at an international level after completion Of Ph.D.
Excellent knowledge of written and spoken English.
A positive attitude towards the international and multicultural characteristics of the assignment.
Câu 171: Where was this job announcement most likely found?
Câu 172: What is true for the successful candidate?
Câu 173: What will the research be about specifically?
PRINCE CHARLES CINEMA
TODAY'S FILMS: Tuesday, October 16
1:00pm - Zodiac
4:05pm - Breach
6:30pm - Manufacturing Dissent
8:20pm - Transformers
STARTUBG NEXT WEEK
3:10 To Yuma
A Mighty Heart
The Lives Of Others
Shoot 'Em Up
Staff Choice: The lives of Others
Staff Choice this week is by Natalie, who has reviewed
Academy Award winning The Lives of Others
It's a gripping look behind the iron curtain at Soviet East Berlin - well worth a watch. Catch The Lives of Others at the Prince Charles Cinema now
Câu 174: When can you watch "A Mighty Heart"?
Câu 175: Who has recommended The Lives of Others?
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to actively listen and communicate with supervisors, peers and customers.
The employee must be capable of sitting and driving for extended periods of time depending on the geographic size of the service area.
The employee will consistently be required to work from high places such as roofs, ceilings, ladders, as well as from crawl spaces and other limited spaces within and outside of homes and businesses.
The employee must be able to safely move and lift materials and equipment weighing up to 25 pounds on a routine basis, and on limited occasions up to 50 pounds without assistance.
Câu 176: Where would this insert most likely be found?
Câu 177: Who would NOT be able to perform this job well?
Câu 178: What kind of job is being described?
The world-famous Anthony's Pier has become synonymous with fine seafood, tasty American dishes and spectacular views of the harbor and the city skyline. Established by Anthony Athanas in 1963, Anthony's Pier is one of four in the family of Athanas restaurants. A trolley service is provided for dinner customers heading off to the FleetBoston Pavilion Concerts.
Full bar, private dining room, reservations recommended.
140 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
OPEN: Sunday 12pm-10pm (Dinner All Day); Monday-Thursday 11:30am-10:00pm; Friday and Saturday 11:30am-11:00pm.
Dress is Smart Casual
Câu 179: For what reason would you visit Anthony's Pier?
Câu 180: In which way can you NOT contact the restaurant?
Câu 181: What is unique about Sundays at Anthony's Pier?
XHTML COURSE by IT SOLUTIONS
XHTML is the next version of HTML. This class will teach all the same concepts as the HTML 101 course, but focused on valid and well-formed XHTML.
At the end of the class, those students who pass a skills test demonstrating their knowledge will receive a certificate marking their successful completion of the course.
I just stumbled upon this website, and I thought of you because of our conversation last week, when you said your boss wants you to make a website for the business, but you had no idea what to do. This course sounds perfect - and it' s free too! Actually, I remember my friend Tom did this course a while back and was very happy with it. The only thing he mentioned was that you can't change your e-mail address for the whole 11 weeks of the course, or you might have problems!
I hope it's useful for you!
Câu 182: What is true of the course?
Câu 183: What is NOT taught in the course?
Câu 184: What should you NOT try to do during the course?
Câu 185: Where did Alistair find the information on the course?
Câu 186: What is the most likely relationship between Alistair and Josephine?
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Join us at a CAREER EXPO to be held on Wednesday, October 2nd, between the hours of 10am and 7pm at the Holiday Inn, 3535
Ulmerton Road, Clearwater, Florida 33762. For more information contact Cheryl Thomson in the Career Office. Tel: 286 331 3476
Câu 187: Where would this notice most likely be found?
Câu 188: What is located on Ulmerton Road?
Basket Of Cheesy Garlic Bread with side of Marinara Sauce .......... $ 4.25
Fried Mozzarella Loaf with side of Marinara Sauce. NOT frozen sticks .......... $ 6.25
Potato Croquette .......... $ 4.25
Rice Ball made with Meatball, three Cheeses & Peas .......... $ 1.50
Italian Sausage 2 links of Joe's homemade New York Hot or Sweet sausage .......... $ 5.00
Meatballs 2 Meatballs of my Grandma's recipe still made by Dad .......... $ 5.50
Indicates vegetarian dishes
Câu 189: Which recipe was handed down in the family?
Câu 190: How many choices are there for someone who doesn't eat meat?
To: Terry Morrison
Do let me know that you've received this email and the times are alright for you.
MOBILE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE
Câu 191: What will be included in Terry's job?
Câu 192: What would Mabel like Terry to do?
Câu 193: When will Terry be working on Tuesday?
Câu 194: Which conference activities are happening at overlapping times?
Câu 195: How long are the Morning Technical Sessions?
Republicans Clash Over Tax Cuts
Republican party presidential candidates, Mr. Giuliani and Mr. Romney, argued over their tax and spending policies, The clashes took place during a televised debate in Michigan.
The ex-New York mayor and the former Massachusetts governor each claimed to be more committed to lowering taxes, as they competed for conservative support.
The clash between Mr. Giuliani and Mr. Romney began when the Republican front-runners were asked to discuss their differences over economic issues.
Câu 196: What was Mr. Giuliani's former job?
Câu 197: Where did most people probably witness the clash?
From: "Mark Wilson" < m.wilson@rg_inc.org >
To: Anna Ardy < a.ardy@rg_inc.org >
Cc: "Jason Johnson" < j.johnson@rg_inc.org >, "Bill Stewart" < Stewa78@gbv.gov >, "Maria White" < m.white@rg_inc.org >, "Jodie Forest" < j.forest@rg_incorg >
Subject: PR committee meeting - Thursday, 12th November
Date: Monday, 9th November 09.04:47
Just a reminder to everyone that we are holding our Public Relations Committee meeting this Thursday.
It is due to Start at 9:30 sharp, with Mr. Stewart kindly visiting to give a presentation on the new advertising regulations that have just passed, so this should save all of us some time and confusion. Also, would those of you who have had projects finished this month please be prepared to give a quick presentation on the outcome.
Thanks, and I look forward to seeing you at the meeting.