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Revision 1: Units and Practice Exercise1 Complete the dialogues with phrases from the box Nothing much Cheers Not at all How are you? Sleep well Excuse me Thanks Don‟t mention it Good morning Thank you Same to you Bye for now Hi Jan! Nice to see you “Hello Sue!” “Hi Jan! Nice to see you.” “…………………………” “Yes, can I help you?” “Good morning.” “………………………… “ “…………………………” “Fine, thanks.” “Make yourself at home.” “…………………………” “Good night.” “…………………………” “What are you doing this weekend?” “…………………………” “Thank you so much for helping.” “………………………” “……………………………” “Have a nice day.” “…………………………….” 10 “Here‟s your beer.” “…………………………” 11 “See you next week.” “…………………………” Exercise Complete each sentence Use the words in the brackets Use present simple or present continuous Richard (always, get up)…………………………………………………… ….before 7.00 Hurry up! The bus (wait)……………………………………………………….…… for us! Where (we, go)………………………………………………….…? This is the wrong road My friends (not believe) ………………………………………………………… my story Please be quiet! I (read) ………………….…………………….……a very interesting book (like, Susan)………………………………… ………………………… …….horror films? Maria (usually, sit) ……………………………………… …… … at the front of the class Carlos can‟t talk to you at the moment He (have)……….……………….……….a shower Please wait for a moment, Jane I (talk)…………………… …………… ……… to Susan 10 This bike (cost)……………………………………… ………………… a lot of money Exercise Complete each sentence using the correct present simple or present continuous of the verbs in the box You may have to use some negative forms belong have help hold move use In Monopoly, you ……………… around the board, buying houses and hotels ………………… you ………………this programme or can I turn the TV off? Regular exercise ………………………… you to stay healthy I………………………… my brother‟s guitar until I get a new one ……………………Simon always …………………the washing-up after lunch? …………………….you …………… any sweater in a larger size? You……………………………….the kite right Let me show you Dad……………………………to the local astronomy club watch Exercise Underline ten verbs in the wrong tense and rewrite them correctly „One game I am loving is backgammon You are throwing the dice and then you move your pieces around the board It is seeming quite easy, but in fact you needing to be quite careful When your piece lands on one of the other person‟s piece, you are taking it off the board and you send it back to the beginning You are winning by getting all your pieces to the end off the board Some people are preferring chess, but I am not understanding that game Right now, I wait to have a game with my brother He does his homework I usually win, so I think he doesn‟t want to play a game with me!‟ 1……………………… …………………………….…… 3………………………………… 4………………………………… 5………………………………… 6………………………………………… 7………………………………………… 8………………………………………… 9………………………………………… 10……………………………………… Exercise Read the text Are the statements true (T) or false (F)? LIVING IN THE USA Roberto came from Acapulco to New York ten years ago At first he missed everything – the sunshine, the food, his girlfriend But now he has a successful business with his three brothers and his sister They run a soccer store in New Brunswick Roberto‟s girlfriend is now his wife, and they have two children who go to American schools When asked why he came to the US, Roberto says without hesitation, „Because I want to work hard and be successful.‟ He certainly works hard He‟s at the store all day, and then works as a driver in the evening „That‟s why I like America,‟ he says „You can be what you want.‟ „When I first came here, I didn‟t speak the language, and it was winter It was so cold! There was snow! Now nearly all my family are here, not only in New York, but also in California, and in Texas We meet about once a month and have a huge Mexican meal that takes about five hours! We‟re all happy here.‟ Roberto came to New York with his girlfriend Roberto‟s sister lives in New York Roberto‟s family runs a sports shop Roberto is married Roberto didn‟t want to come to America Roberto has two jobs Roberto couldn‟t speak English at first The weather was a problem for Roberto All Roberto‟s family now lives in New York 10 Some of Roberto‟s family want to go back to Mexico Exercise Use the words in bracket ( ) to complete the dialogues Use present simple or present continuous Ann: Is the swimming pool open today? Jane: (No, they / get / things ready for the next competition.) … …………………………………………………………………………….……… Ann: (How often / they have / these competitions?) ………….……………………………………………………………………….……… Jane: About three times a year Sam: (Why / that machine / not work / at the moment?) ………………………………………………………………………………….…… Chris: (I don‟t know, but a mechanic / mend it) ………………………………………………………………………………….…… Sam: (What / the machine / / in fact?) (it / make / boxes?) ………………………………………………………………………………….…… Chris: (Yes, it/ make / boxes of all sizes.) ………………………………………………………………… ……………………… Mary: (Look! The Fosters / work / in the garden.) ……………………………………………… ………………………………….…… Joe: (They / not / usually / work / on Saturdays) …………………………… …………….…………………………………………… Mary: Let‟s have a word with them Hello, Sara, (you / get / ready / for the winter?) ………………………………………………………………………………….…… Joe: Yes, we / tidy up / the leaves) ………………………………………………………………………………….…… Mary: (We / always / try / to it before the winter / come.) ………………………………………………………………………………….…… Exercise Put in a form of have and have got There is usually more than one possible answer Shall we …………………… a swim? Trevor and Laura ………………… an argument at the moment ………………you ………… a bike? It‟s a nice big flat, although …………………… (it/not) a balcony Peter usually …………………… a rest in the afternoon …………… you…………… any photos here to show us? We cook in the evening At lunch time I usually……………… a sandwich She ………………… maths at nine o‟clock on Mondays Exercise Complete each sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the previous one Include a form of have or have got Example: There‟s a girl with green hair over there The girl over there has got green hair There‟s a pond at the end of the garden The garden………………………………………… end of it My tooth is hurting I……………………………………………….… toothache There is a CD with the magazine The magazine ……………………… with it A man with a suitcase is getting on the bus The man who is …… …… ……………………………………… ………………… I think that‟s my umbrella in your hand I think………………………………………………… …umbrella The material is very strong The material ………………………………………….great strength Exercise Write each sentence in a different way using the words given Tom doesn‟t want to go out because he has got a cold Tom has got ……………………………………………………………………….………… I can‟t sleep because it is very hot It is very ………………………………………………………………………………… Jack is unhappy, so he doesn‟t want to see anybody Jack doesn‟t ……………………………………….………….………….………………… Julia doesn‟t like apples, so she doesn‟t eat them Julia doesn‟t……….……………………………………….……………………… …… I want to lose weight, so I‟m eating less these days I‟m eating………………………………………………………………………………… … The streets are crowded because there is a football match There is a …………………………………………………………………………………… Exercise 10 Join these pairs of sentences in three different ways using although, but and however She went on working She was ill …………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Mathew has a car He doesn‟t often drive it …………………………………………………………………………………….… … ……………………………………………………………………………………….… …………………………………………………………………………………….….…… Henry is a millionaire He hates spending money ………………………………………………………………………….… ….……… ……………………… ……………………………………………………….…… … …………………………….…………………………………………………… ….…… Laura wants to fly She feels afraid ……………………………………………………………………………………….…… …………………………………………………………………………………….….… ………………………………………………………………………………….… ……… You don‟t like Jessica You should try to be nice to her …………………………………………………….………………………………… … …… …………………………………………………………… …………………….… …………………….………………………………………………………………….….…… Mini Test Part 1: Picture Description Listen and choose the statement that best describe the picture (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (D) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (D) Part 2: Questions and Responses Listen and choose the correct answer (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (D) Part 3: Short Conversations Listen and choose the best answer to each question What feature does the man mention? (A) The woman's height (B) The woman's age (C) The woman's face (D) The woman's hair What is the woman doing? (A) She is fixing the photocopier (B) She is using the fax machine (C) She is making photocopies (D) She· is taking photos Which sentence is true? (A) Mary doesn't know the woman (B) The photocopies are ready (C) The woman is a new employee (D) The man wants to make photocopies Why does the woman have a headache? (A) The room is very large (B) The room is dark (C) The man doesn't want to work (D) The woman works too hard What warning does the man give the woman? (A) She must use less electricity (B) She should relax more often (C) She should not use a computer every day (D) She should turn on the lights Who had a similar problem? (A) The man (B) The man‟s sister-in-law (C) The man‟s sister (D) The woman‟s sister Part 4: Short Talks Listen and choose the best answer to each question Which of the following takes the longest time to get to the speaker's workplace (A) The subway (B) The bus (C) The bike (D) The taxi How long does it take the speaker to walk to the subway station? (A) Ten minutes (B) Fifteen minutes (C) Twenty minutes (D) Fifty minutes How does the speaker get to work in the winter? (A) By bus (C) By taxi (B) By train ` (D) By bike What is the woman's job? (A) Designing cakes (B) Making wedding dresses (C) Planning weddings (D) Arranging flowers Why is today an amazing day for the woman? (A) It is the woman's birthday (B) It is her sister's birthday (C) It is the woman's wedding (D) She is planning her sister's wedding Which of the following is NOT true? (A) The woman designed a cake (B) The woman will wear a nice dress (C) The guest will dance (D) The woman will get married Part 5: Incomplete Sentences Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence “ are you staying?” “At the Park Hotel” (A) When (B) Why (C) Where (D) Why I enjoy history lessons, - I like the teacher (A) so (B) although (C) because (D) however “Do you usually see football - on TV?” (A) courses (B) parties (C) plays (D) matches Your shirt is nice, but it doesn‟t your trousers (A) suit (B) match (C) fair (D) miss Carlos spends too much money - designer clothes (A) in (B) for (C) on (D) at Peter enjoyed the film, - the beginning was boring (A) but (B) although (C) however (D) because I am - my supervisor with job interviews these days (A) help (B) will help (C) helped (D) helping “ - bag is this?” “It‟s mine” (A) What (B) Whose (C) Where (D) Who Jane - a computer lesson at the moment (A) has (B) had (C) is having (D) has got 10 What a - jacket you‟re wearing! (A) love (B) lovely (C) loved (D) loving 11 We grew up together, - we know everything about each other (A) so (B) because (C) but (D) although 12 You look worried about what happened last night? (A) Do you think (B) Are you thinking (C) You think (D) You are thinking 13 “ are these shirts”? “They are 15 pounds each” (A) How long (B) How much (C) How often (D) How many 14 Kate usually to class by bicycle, but today she went by bus because of the rain (A) go (B) goes (C) went (D) going 15 Madeline must be very tired; she is on the sofa (A) jumping (B) lying (C) awake (D) cleaning 16 We at the club every two months (A) meet (B) met (C) have met (D) meeting 17 I don‟t think it will rain However, if it , turn off the machine (A) don‟t rain (B) rain (C) does rain (D) doesn‟t rain 18 “ newspaper you read?” (A) When (B) Where (C) Which (D) Why 19 She isn‟t English , she speaks English well (A) But (B) Although (C) However (D) So 20 Could you give me pen, please? (A) other (B) another (C) whose (D) whom 21 We cook in the evening At lunch time I usually a sandwich (A) have got (B) have (C) are having (D) had 22 What did he her to this morning? (A) say (B) tell (C) speak (D) question 23 I have a hot every morning and every evening (A) rest (B) shower (C) break (D) water 24 a good journey I hope the roads are clear (A) To have (B) To have got (C) Have (D) Have got 10 Practice Test Part 1: Picture Description Listen and choose the statement that best describe the picture (A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D) 92 (A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D) Part 2: Questions and Responses Listen and choose the correct answer (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) 93 Part 3: Short Conversations Listen and choose the best answer to each question How much is a large envelope? (A) 75 cents (B) 50 cents (C) 150 cents (D) 10 cents How many different types of envelopes are available? (A) Three (B) Four (C) Five (D) Six How much would 100 small envelopes cost? (A) $45 (B) $50 (C) $70 (D) $75 Where is this conversation taking place? (A) In an office (B) At a sports center (C) At a railway station (D) In a department store Where does the woman want to go? (A) To the shopping mall (B) To the bank (C) To her mother‟s house (D) To Midland Which train will the woman take? (A) The express because it is cheaper (B) Neither, she will walk home (C) Both of them (D) The local, because it is cheaper 94 Part 4: Short Talks Listen and choose the best answer to each question Who you think this ad is for? (A) People who have lots of energy (B) People who don‟t have much work (C) People who find it difficult to relax (D) People who are relaxed How does yoga help people who work long days? (A) It gives them more energy (B) It gives them a new job (C) It doesn‟t help them (D) It makes them stressed What days the phones lines stay open? (A) Every day (B) Monday until Sunday (C) Every day except Tuesday (D) Every day except Monday What did the speaker think of Canada? (A) She loved it (B) She didn‟t like it (C) She doesn‟t want to go back (D) She hated it Who did the speaker walk in the mountains with? (A) Nobody (B) Her friends (C) Canada (D) Vacation When did the speaker meet her friends for dinner? (A) In the mornings (B) Before her walks (C) After her walks (D) Two nights a week 95 Part 5: Complete sentences Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence The flight arrived late - stormy weather (B) for (C) then after (B) because of (D) instead of Last month the manager - to the president that he hire a specialist to run a communication network (A) suggested (B) suggest (C) suggesting (D) suggestion On Tuesday, the National Association of Realtor will release report on home sales for October (A) her (B) its (C) his (D) an Company profits reached $6 billion in September, the of the decade (A) widest (B) highest (C) least (D) deepest Bookstore chains now control 4% of the market for hardcover trade books (A) to (B) on (C) about (D) in We are a business strategy consulting firm - the top management of leading corporations (A) are serving (B) served (B) serve (D) serving Special reduced postal rates - for multiple copies (A) are available (C) available (B) availability (C) availed Overall, vacations in the US are expected to a modest 3% more this year, compared to last (A) cost (B) costing (B) costs (D) will cost This year, for the first , all new model cars are required to have front seat airbags (A) event (B) reason (C) place (D) time 10 The holiday season is by far the busiest time of year for - stores (A) of the most (B) most (C) the mostly (D) mostly 96 11 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in learning about the new building plans at p.m -(A) on next Friday (B) at next Friday (C) in next Friday (D) next Friday 12 The large conference room is located -the third floor, not the second as stated in the brochure (A) on (B) by (C) to (D) within 13 to the latest figures, our competitors are not doing as well as they would like us to think (A) Averaging (B) Abiding (C) According (D) Actually 14 It never ceases to amaze me just job applicants can‟t even put together a basic resume and cover letter (A) how many (B) how to (C) how about (D) how 15 Although he was not to blame, he responsibility for the production mistakes (A) held (B) took (C) gave (D) made 16 I don‟t think I‟ve had a more difficult time here than I did during the events of the past few days (A) to work (B) working (C) at work (D) worked 17 Five years , the Lewis sisters ran the most successful interior design business in Los Angeles (A) ago (B) then (C) since (D) after 18 The new computer system designed for the post office accounts to be managed over the Internet (A) are allowing (B) allow (C) will allow (D) will be going to allow 19 They - to build an addition to their hotel to accommodate many guests (A) must (B) ought (C) should (D) have to 20 The company thought the shipment in time for the holiday shipping season (A) can arrive (B) is arriving (C) will arrive (D) would arrive 21 - the unsuccessful summer season, the manager wants to go ahead with expansion plans (A) Because (B) Although (C) Due (D) Despite 97 22 If you have an advanced degree, there are more job opportunities available to you (A) seldom (B) many (C) few (D) too many 23 Look - these statistics and tell me if you think they are accurate (A) over (B) from (C) to (D) under 24 I have noticed that when the boss is away, employees like to relax and enjoy (A) myself (B) ourselves (C) himself (D) themselves 25 She hasn‟t finished the monthly financial reports -, but says she should have them by the end of the day (A) by this time (B) still (C) yet (D) then 26 He has to finish the meeting and get to the airport ……… p.m (A) to (B) on (C) until (D) by 27 For professionals at the beginning of their careers, leisure time is a - commodity (A) high-priced (B) regular (C) common (D) scarce 28 By the end of the day, you must decide or not you want to attend the conference next month (A) whether (B) if (C) however (D) rather 29 In a memo to all department managers, the employees more flexible working hours (A) inquired (B) asked (C) said (D) requested 30 Our competitor orders a high of its equipment from foreign companies (A) percentage (B) range (C) level (D) degree 98 Part 6: Complete Texts Questions 31 through 34 refer to the following fax 010-889-880 To: Elizabeth Turner From: Edmund Black Re: Friday‟s meeting Date: January 4, 2006 Liz, I am not - if you have remembered or not, what with the Christmas and New York 31 (A) able (B) sure (C) knowing (D) allowed holidays, but we have a meeting with Dylan Peterson on Friday As that is only three days 32 (A) ago (B) before (C) away (D) until I‟d really like to meet up and talk with you beforehand We really need to look as though we know what we‟re talking about, so I think it would be helpful to meet and make some notes so that we can present a argument I think he‟s going to be quite 33 (A) convincing (B) contagious (C) conquering (D) certainty difficult to persuade, so we need to have all the facts well-organized and at our fingertips I‟m preparing some spreadsheet Are you - at 10 a.m tomorrow morning? Give me a call 34 (A) sure (B) definite (C) free (D) at cost Thanks, Edmund 99 Questions 35 through 38 refer to the following notice Today is the first year anniversary of the - of the Happy Valley Shopping Centre In 35 (A) building (B) start (C) opening (D) closure celebration of this fact, stores throughout the Happy Valley complex will be holding special events and big discount sales starting today and - for the next five days Now is the 36 (A) running (B) completing (C) organizing (D) ran time to check out all of your favorite stores and maybe treat yourself to something nice Shoes and boots will be half price on Monday Coats and jackets will be marked -37 (A) up (B) down (C) in (D) for 25% on Tuesday Home furnishings are priced 15% off on Wednesday, the bookstores are offering a 30% discount on novels on Thursday and on Friday, and the food court is 38 (A) outsourcing (B) supplying (C) serving (D) creating free meals to the first 200 customers! Don‟t miss out, and be sure to tell your friends 100 Questions 39 through 41 refer to the following notice Good personal hygiene is required of all our food service employees Please refer to the - guidelines 39 (A) under (B) followed (C) following (D) below Hands must be clean at all times, and you are required to wash them with soap and hot water at the beginning of your shift and at - once every hour thereafter, after 40 (A) least (B) most (C) all (D) many handling trash, and before returning to work from the restroom or meal breaks Nails are to be trimmed to a reasonable length The maximum acceptable length is 1/8 inch longer than your fingertip Failure to adhere to these guidelines result in your 41 (A) has to (B) could have (C) might (D) should being asked to leave work for the day, and repeated failure or refusal to adhere WILL result in job loss 101 Questions 42 through 45 refer to the following advertisement Byfords Books Annual Sale Coming! Byfords Books is pleased to - its annual discount sale, starting at 10 a.m on January 42 (A) renounce (B) denounce (C) announce (D) determine 20th Take a look at just some of the bargains you could -43 (A) occur (B) drop (C) pick (D) pick up Bestsellers fiction: Paperbacks- 20% off last year‟s top-selling books Handcover-30% off last year‟s top-selling books Buy two “Blue Star” books and get a third completely - of charge! 44 (A) lack (B) drop (C) best (D) free Non-fiction: Biographies – 10% of all books (hardcover and paperback editions) Business – 15% off Buy two “Red Star” books and get a third for half price Up to 50% off a wide range of titles Come along and treat yourselves to those books you‟ve been waiting to buy ** Offers not - to textbooks or periodicals ** 45 (A) apply (B) concern (C) offer (D) acknowledge 102 Part 7: Reading comprehension Question 46 through 49 refer to the following notice Notice To: Sales Staff FROM: Linda Glass, Sales Manager RE: Monthly Tip Don‟t ask customers, “How much would you like to spend?” or “What is your budget?” These questions give the customers the idea that the price is negotiable, and if they give a low number, then it‟s up to convince them to spend more money, which could be tricky If the customer does have a budget, and you start to go over it, he or she will let you know anyway It‟s far more effective to focus on the value of your offering, not its price If you can convince the customer of the greater value of an item, the price becomes less important 46 How many times a year does this memo come out? (A) 52 times a year (B) 12 times a year (C) 24 times a year (D) times a year 47 What is the center of a sale, from the salesperson‟s viewpoint? (A) Money (B) Budget (C) Value (D) Negotiations 48 According to the memo, which of the following would be an effective opening sales remark? (A) This is one of the best lines of portable stereos made today (B) Before we start, let‟s talk about cost (C) How much were you planning on spending? (D) How does this price fit into your budget? 49 What does Linda Glass want the sales staff to do? (A) Trick the customers (B) Increase monthly sales (C) Emphasize product value (D) Negotiate lower prices 103 Questions 50 through 53 are based on the following advertisement Part-time Help Wanted School Bus Driver-Jones Transport Service If you are a good driver who likes children, this is a great opportunity to plan ahead for a terrific part-time job during the second year! Our small buses transport approximately 15 students to and from Steuben County schools within the greater Tri-State Area At Jones Transport, you are guaranteed a minimum of 20 hours per week at $10.00 per hour after training is complete We even provide state minimum wage (currently $6.00) during training! We are now accepting applications for our training course Only five positions will be filled, so hurry and act fast! Parents, bring up to two preschoolers with you on the bus and save on day care expenses while you work! Retirees earn extra spending money and have the summer off to spend it! Live alone? Get out early each morning and enjoy contact with children and their parents All you need to bring to the job is the ability to relate well to school-aged children, an open, honest and enthusiastic attitude, and a level of comfort behind the wheel of a small school bus We bring the rest! We are an equal opportunity employer and our training is covered by Veteran‟s Administration Benefits Call us at 355-1128 Please note that as per state law 45-119640a(g).i4 we cannot employ anyone who has been convicted of drunk driving or any felony This law applies to convictions within the state as well as within other states No exceptions will be made to this policy 50 What is the hourly salary for people while training at Jones Transport? (A) It is $6.00 per hour (B) It is $10.00 per hour (C) People who are training not get paid (D) It depends on the number of students per bus 51 Why should applications be submitted as soon as possible? (A) The summer training course has already started (B) The school year will start by the end of the month (C) Only a limited number of positions will be filled (D) Jones Transport buses start running early 52 Who is NOT specifically encouraged to apply for the job? (A) People who live alone (B) Residents of Steuben County (C) Retired people (D) Parents with young children 53 How many students usually take the bus each day? (A) Five (B) Fifteen (C) Fifty (D) Fifty-five 104 Questions through 56 are based on the following advertisement Ticket-King Do you need tickets for the big event? We’ve got all your ticket needs covered! We sell tickets for sporting events (football, hockey, baseball, even boxing), concerts (from Diana Krall to U2), and the theatre Special this week only: 10% discount on all concert tickets That’s right, you can get your pass to the big Tragically Hip concert for just $45* after the discount Buy yours today! Visit us at www.ticket-king.com * discount price does not include Ticket-King’s additional 70% service charge 54 Where can we buy tickets? (A) In a department store (B) In the newspaper (C) On the internet (D) In the shopping mall 55 For which event can you get a 10% discount? (A) A Michael Jackson concert (B) A hockey game (C) A boxing match (D) a play 56 How much does a ticket for the Tragically Hip concert normally cost? (A) $40 (B) $45 (C) $50 (D) $55 105 Questions through 60 are based on the following article Many of us wish we were in a better-paid or more interesting job but don‟t know how to start looking for something else If this describes you, the first thing you need to is to update your resumé A resumé is a tool that can be used to obtain a job interview Along with a cover letter, it is the first impression a prospective employee makes on a potential employer Therefore, it is important that a resume' provides as much relevant information as possible while remaining brief A resumé should be no more than two sides of A4 paper Make it any longer and it won‟t get read A resumé must be neatly typed, with at least ¾ inch margins on all four sides Use underlining, capital letters, and asterisks to highlight important information A resumé should be single-spaced with an extra line of space between blocks of information Begin a resumé with your name, address, and home and business telephone numbers Do not include age, marital status, or other personal facts Next, many resumés list a career goal, followed by a chronological outline of work experience, starting with the most recent job and working backward including a brief description of relevant duties and skills Finally, include an outline of your educational background from the most recent, backward Include dates, schools and diplomas awarded Before you send it, make sure you check your spelling and grammar, or get someone else to go over it if you can 57 What is the best title for this piece? (A) How to get a job (B) How to prepare a resumé (C) How to find your goal in life (D) How to write a cover letter 58 What is the function of a resumé? (A) To describe your employment and educational background in extensive detail (B) To provide an impressive example of your writing (C) To act as a toll for getting you a job interview (D) To give an employer a good first impression on you 59 On a resumé, which job should be listed first? (A) Your most recent job (B) Your most relevant job (C) Your first job (D) Your most important job 60 Which of the following should NOT be on your resumé? (A) Your name, telephone, and fax number (B) The year you received your bachelor‟s degree (C) Your nationality and the fact that you are single (D) A description of the tasks you did in your last job 106
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