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(A) She is a loyal customer (B) She is placing a large order (C) She was not satisfied with the quality of her previous order (D) Her previous order did not arrive on time 168 How much does a style D partition cost with the discount? (A) S92.07 (B) $132.00 (C) $143.25 (D) $191.00 169 What will NOT be included free of charge? (A) End legs (B) Top caps (C) Decorative handles (D) Aluminum frames 170 By when must Ms Bradshaw place her order if she wishes to meet her stated deadline? (A) July 20 (B) September 15 (C) November (D) December 31 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 7\m eiias061275 Questions 171-173 refer to the follow ing article INTERNATIONAL AIR TRAVEL SOARS ABOVE EXPECTATIONS Leading air transport association cites 10% rise in global air passenger travel M ore people are flying than ever before, according to the Global Travel Association, an independent transportation research firm based in London The group has published a report showing a significant rise in air passenger traffic, as much as 10 percent from the previous year, and it is forecasting continued increases at least through the end of December Although high oil prices reported at the World Economic Forum in January had caused industry experts to speculate that travel levels would remain consistent or decline, almost every passenger airline has reported growth rates of at least percent for the first six months of the year Cargo transporters, such as Worldwide Fliers, Inc., also reported increases, although somewhat more modest ones Different reasons have been cited for the increase, ranging from lower fare prices implemented by the airlines to an expanded selection of destinations Other possible factors may have little to with the airlines themselves “As more nations participate in the international market,” said Dr Rubin Mendoza, a professor of economics at London University, “more people need to jet around the world for business meetings.” 171 Who published the report about air travel? (A) World Economic Forum (B) Global Travel Association (C) Worldwide Fliers, Inc (D) London University 172 What is predicted in the report? (A) The number of passengers will continue to grow (B) The price of fuel will start to stabilize (C) The cost of airport security will increase (D) The profits of cargo transporters will decline 276 173 What is NOT cited as a possible reason for the increased number of passengers? (A) Reduced ticket cost (B) Expanded international trade (C) A wider choice of destinations (D) Changes in oil prices Questions 174-176 refer to the follow ing notice Atherton Township Division of Public Recreation A therton M unicipal Building Please refam iliarize yourselves w ith the follow ing pool safety precautions As a recreation manager, you are responsible for discussing these regulations with your staff at your next weekly meeting We must be sure that our facility is in full compliance with the laws and regulations of Atherton Township • General pool safety and conduct rules must be posted in an area clearly visible to all pool patrons • Gate must be locked and secured whenever lifeguard staff are not on duty • Pools must maintain appropriate chlorine levels at all times to ensure the health of guests • Patio and grass areas surrounding pools must be inspected once every hour and kept free of debris • Emergency phone numbers for police and ambulance services must be provided to all your lifeguards while on duty Any questions or concerns with regard to these regulations may be directed to: Len Shrove, Division of Public Safety, Atherton Municipal Building, 38 Woodbridge Drive, Atherton, ON L4W 1S2 174 What is the purpose of this notice? (A) To advertise a recreational facility (B) To ensure that management staff follow regulations (C) To announce job openings for lifeguards (D) To instruct guests about swimming pool use 176 What are lifeguards expected to have available while on duty? (A) Emergency telephone numbers (B) The address of the municipal building (C) A list of local health care centers (D) A key to the swimming pool gate 175 For whom is this notice most likely intended? (A) Len Shrove (B) Lifeguard staff (C) Recreation managers (D) Guests at a swimming pool GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE » 7® Eii>iS061277 Questions 177-178 refer to the follow ing job advertisement Agricultural R esearch Officer Organization for the Improvement of Rice Production Technologies (OIRPT) OIRPT is seeking an experienced agricultural economist to work with a multidisciplinary team as part of a research program on improving crop yield for rice-farming communities OIRPT has four branch offices in South Asia, which are located in Dhaka, Calcutta, Kathmandu, and Thimphu The successful candidate will be posted in Calcutta but will travel throughout the region Responsibilities will include conducting surveys on the agricultural technology needs of local communities and using past research to assess how improved technologies would affect those communities Candidates should have a university degree in agricultural economics, resource economics, or other relevant disciplines Candidates should have strong research and writing skills, be fluent in English, and have a working knowledge of another language Send a letter of interest and resume along with three letters of recommendation to: Personnel Department Job #1223 OIRPT - South Asia Main Office 237B Parliament Street New Delhi 110 069, India 177 What is one of the stated job responsibilities? (A) Conducting research on plants (B) Developing new farming technology (C) Improving natural wildlife areas (D) Utilizing data from previous studies 278 178 What is NOT a requirement for this job? (A) Well-developed written language abilities (B) Proficiency in English (C) Strong computer programming skills (D) A university degree Questions 179-180 refer to the follow ing article S lo w O il P ro d u ctio n S p u rs In cre a se in G a s P rice s Source: International News Agency Given the current rate of world oil production, fuel prices are expected to rise slightly next m onth, according to industry analysts Several of the world’s largest oil com panies are p roducing below cap acity , even though some smaller oil companies are achieving relatively high rates of production However, the overall gap between current production and the dem and o f p re v io u s m onths has cau sed som e 179 According to the article, what challenges are larger oil companies facing? (A) Smaller oil companies are merging (B) They are having difficulties finding local labor (C) Demand for fuel is leveling off (D) They are experiencing lower rates of production econom ic analysts to predict a modest spike in gas prices in the coming weeks Industries that depend on fuel production are most likely to be affected Sales of some of the larger autom obile m odels, for example, may remain steady or experience a slight decrease — in contrast to the expanding market enjoyed by most car companies in recent m onths Sm aller car m odels, especially those with high fuel efficiency, could on the o th er hand see a rise in popularity 180 What does the article suggest? (A) Car companies recently had high sales figures (B) A surplus of oil has been created (C) Gasoline prices rose steadily last year (D) Analysts have noted changes in oil quality GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE —► 7|* eiiaso6 i 279 Questions 181-185 refer to the follow ing advertisement and letter Are you dreaming of paradise? If so, look no further than The Sunscape Hotel on the beautiful island of Barbados Located on one of Barbados' most beautiful beaches, The Sunscape Hotel is a charming resort that offers its guests a vacation they will never forget Your vacation package includes: • all meals and beverages • accom m odations • Olympic-size pools • w ater sports • evening activities, including dancing, concerts, and theater shows state-of-the-art fitness center snorkeling • airport shuttle bus service • • Guests of The Sunscape Hotel can also pamper themselves in our brand new day spa, offering body treatments and a full beauty salon Don’t forget to ask our friendly staff at the front desk about special prices on boat trips around Barbados, which make stops at Sunrise Bay, Porpoise Village, Emerald Lagoon, and Sailor’s Point Sunscape Vacation Packages 2-night stay .$650 3-night stay $875 5-night stay $1,300 7-night stay $1,650 Please contact us at 011-246-555 4521 to make reservations or if you have any questions " ‘ Taxes, tips, and fees for the use of the spa facility are not included in the packages*** Mr Miguel Ramirez Manager, The Sunscape Hotel 74 Bussa Boulevard Oasis Beach, Barbados April 19 Dear Mr Ramirez, I recently returned from a three-night stay at The Sunscape Hotel I’m sorry to have to tell you that I did not enjoy my stay at your hotel To begin with, I arrived at your resort at P.M and at that time was informed that my room would not be available until P.M Frankly, I was astonished since I received notification via e-mail that my reservation was confirmed and that I could check in any time after p m While the housekeeping staff was getting the room ready, I decided to go to the restaurant and have lunch Unfortunately, had to wait for over an hour for my food, in spite of the fact that the restaurant was rather empty at that time Then, when I checked into my room, it turned out to be much smaller than I had expected Finally, on the day of my departure, the bus that was supposed to take me to the airport arrived rather late, and once at the airport 1had to rush so as not to miss my flight Overall, my stay at your hotel left me quite disappointed Therefore, am requesting a full reimbursement for my three-night vacation package 1would appreciate your prompt attention to this matter I can be reached by e-mail at rshastan@worldline.net Sincerely, R ic h a r d Richard Shastan 246 Kirlwood Lane Dallas, Texas 05644 280 181 What did the hotel advertise as a new feature? (A) A shuttle bus service (B) A fitness center (C) A day spa (D) A theater 182 What is NOT included in the cost of the vacation package? (A) Transportation between the airport and the resort (B) Entertainment events (C) Food and drinks for the entire vacation (D) Boat tours around the island 183 What was the rate Mr Shastan was charged? 184 W h a t is the purpose o f Mr Shastan's letter? (A) To thank the manager for solving a problem (B) To suggest some changes to the vacation package (C) To complain about the service he received at the resort (D) To ask for a discount on a future vacation What time was Mr Shastan initially told he could check in? (A) After 1:00 P.M (B) After 2:00 P.M (C) After 4:00 P.M (D) After 6:00 P.M (A) $650 (B) $875 (C) $1,300 (D) $1,650 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE Questions 186-190 refer to the follow ing letter and ticket P LC A U TO M O TIV E 830 North Ward Road Toronto, ON L3R0N9 J u ly 15 D ear Mr Jensen, C o n g ratu latio n s on y o u r p u rch ase from th e DLC au to dealership W e a t DLC know you hav e a choice of d ealers w hen you buy a car, and we sincerely ap p reciate th a t you’ve chosen to business w ith us In th is sp irit, be assu red th a t o u r s ta ff w ill e v e ry th in g we can to ensure you a re com pletely satisfied w ith y o u r vehicle D u rin g th e year, we w ill send you in th e m ail periodic rem in d ers of upcom ing service needs You w ill also receive o u r m o n th ly n ew sletter, Drive Time, in w hich you w ill fin d car safety an d m a in ten a n ce tips, as w ell as coupons a v a ila b le only to o u r custom ers Enclosed please fin d two co m p lim en tary tic k e ts to th e M etro p o litan A rea A rt M useum Be o u r g u est as you enjoy th e p a in tin g s of local artists, scu lp tu re gardens, an d seasonal exhibits, an d th a n k you ag ain for your patronage Sincerely, 'fy Jo o d Rob Wood Sales M anager DLC A utom otive encl mETROPOiunn arch art museum ADMIT ONE (1) New Exhibits Currently Open: * Toronto Expressionism 1900-1965 * Scenes of Summer The MAAM Sculpture Gardens are closed for renovation We regret any inconvenience; the gardens are due to reopen next May Visit the museum Web site at www.metroartmuseum.co.ca for coupons redeemable at our souvenir shop! Tues.-Thurs.: 9:00-6:00 Fri.-Sat.; 10:00-4:00 Sun: 12:00-5:00 158 South Elm St * Toronto Ofl l5K5fl7 * 416-555-5947 282 186 Why did Rob Wood send tickets to Mr Jensen? (A) To pay for work completed by Mr Jensen (B) To advertise a gallery opening (C) To show gratitude to a customer (D) To apologize for a late delivery 189 What the newsletter and the Web site have in common? (A) Both are available only to DLC customers (B) Both are published by the museum (C) Both discuss car safety (D) Both provide coupons 187 What service does Mr Wood's business provide for customers? 190 What information is NOT listed on the ticket? (A) Free transportation to a museum (B) Regular notification of recommended vehicle service (A) The museum's address (B) Names of upcoming exhibits (C) Details about hours of operation (D) The museum's telephone number (C) Automatic renewal of subscriptions (D) Prompt delivery within the Toronto area 188 What attraction is currently closed? (A) The Toronto Expressionism exhibit (B) The Scenes of Summer exhibit (C) The Sculpture Gardens (D) The souvenir shop GO OI\l TO THE NEXT PAGE |* E]|AE 06 [ 283 Q uestions 191-195 refer to the follow ing tw o job advertisements on the Internet Job Listing 14523 - Posted May 1ft _ The World Health Coalition (WHC) seeks a highly qualified individual for immediate employment on the HS-1 Vaccination Program The job provides the opportunity to collaborate with some of the leading researchers in vaccine production This WHC facility is located in London Position available from May 27 Duties: Individual is responsible for compiling and storing research results and will assist in creating disease prevention workshops Requirements: Applicants must have a degree in statistics and at least four years experience working in a research facility Knowledge of PZB software is a must, as is a team-oriented approach to working Fluency in English is required; abilities in additional languages preferred Send resume along with cover letter to iobs@whc.ore.uk.Include an e-mail address and telephone number Deadline is May 10 Applicants will be notified of their status by May 17 Applicants chosen for interviews will be responsible for their own transportation to London APPLY NOW k- Job Listing 14524 - W hirlwinds Cruise Ships * Posted May 2: Did you know that you can get paid to travel all over the world? With weekly departures to Africa and the M editerranean, London is the cruise-ship hub of Europe! W hether you’ve got ten years experience in the service industry or are new to the international travel industry, cruise ships present excellent opportunities for both skilled and unskilled laborers All you need is a willingness to work with others With an average of over 2500 passengers on board at all times, almost every occupation that you can imagine is available You could be a gift shop manager, fitness/pool instructor, restaurant waiter, or day care worker; visit our Web site at www w hirlwindcruise.co m u k to read about additional skilled positions This is a great way to pay off university debts or just save up for a new adventure, because rates are competitive, contracts are available on a monthly basis, and room and board are provided free by the cruise line All contracts are paid in British pounds Urgent vacancies are waiting to be filled, so contact your London Whirlwinds office today CLICK H ER E TO A PPLY 284 191 What is the last day to apply for the WHC position? (A) May (B) May (C) May (D) May 10 17 27 192 What does the WHC job advertisement imply? (A) The position is a one-year assignment (B) WHC will provide necessary software training (C) Applicants who know multiple languages are more likely to be hired (D) Applicants must have management experience to be considered 194 According to the job posting, what is an advantage of working for Whirlwinds? (A) The company will pay for living expenses (B) Workers can choose the countries they go to (C) Skilled laborers receive a monthly bonus (D) The company offers education scholarships 195 According to the postings, what skill should applicants at both companies have? (A) International experience (B) An ability to work in groups (C) A university degree (D) Creative skills 193 What is NOT mentioned as a potential position on a cruise ship? (A) Swim teacher (B) Cafeteria cook (C) Store manager (D) Child care worker GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE — ■ > Questions 196-200 refer to the follow ing program and article M orningtown C om m unity A rts Society presents M idnight in Buenos A ires Original script by Julia Ortiz Directed by Seiji U chida Starring Frank Rich * Rita M endoza * M ichelle Kim Costum e D esigner G ina B loom Art D irection G iles Jenkins M u sic Carla Freccero John Rainolds C ivic Center The society graciously acknowledges the continued generosity o f the Stevens Foundation in providing partial funding fo r this event M idnight Fun John Sm ith, MORNINGTOWN HERALD C o m m u n ity th e a te r is a liv e and w e ll th is month, with the M orningtown C om m unity A rts S o c ie ty ’s new play Midnight in Buenos Aires T h is d e lig h t f u l p r o d u c t io n is th e la t e s t installm ent from regional favorite Seiji U chida, w h o se recen t p rod u ction s at th e C ivic C en ter have all b e e n w e ll r e c e iv e d by th e p u b lic In this r ev iew er’s estim ation , M idnight m ay very w ell b e th e b e st p r o d u ctio n by a c o m m u n ity organization in M orningtown this year T h e e f fe c tiv e n e s s o f th e p r o d u c tio n w as b o ls te r e d b y an e x c e p t io n a l c a s t o f a c to r s , which includes the talen ted R ita M en doza, last s e e n in The Late Hour T h e o th e r actors are 286 r e l a t iv e l y u n k n o w n , b u t t h e ir b r illia n t p erform an ces in this play w ill su rely get them m o r e a tte n tio n in th e fu tu r e T h e c o s tu m e s w e r e t h e m s e l v e s m a r v e lo u s , fu ll o f c o lo r w ith o u t d istr a c tin g fro m th e e x c e lle n t actin g an d d ir e c tio n I f th e r e w a s a w e a k p o in t in th e p r o d u c tio n , it w as th e sc r ip t, w h ich w as o ccasion ally m arred by aw kw ard d ialogu e and inaccessible language For those wishing to catch it before it ends, th e p r o d u ctio n runs u n til D e c e m b e r 20, w ith even in g perform ances o n Friday and Saturday, D ecem b er 18 and 19 196 W h a t is this program from ? (A) An orchestra concert (B) A theatrical play (C) An art exhibit (D) A dance festival 199 Whose work did NOT receive a positive review in the article? (A) Julia Ortiz (B) Gina Bloom (C) Seiji Uchida (D) Frank Rich 197 Who is Gina Bloom? (A) An actor (B) A writer (C) A designer (D) A musician 198 What is suggested about M idnight in Buenos A ires? 200 In the article, the word "estimation" in paragraph , line 8, is closest in meaning to (A) approximation (B) measurement (C) opinion (D) theory (A) It is Seiji Uchida's first production (B) It is being performed internationally (C) Most of the performers are well-known (D) There are no evening performances on Sunday Stop! This is the end of the test If you finish before tim e is called, you may go back to Parts 5, , and and check your work ... and official ETS materials, the terms of the official ETS materials will prevail All items were created or reviewed by ETS All item annotations and test-taking tips were reviewed by ETS a-isoii... flSoil tcfEt a s a! s*x|a| sup hs gttMq- &TOBC LC+RC1 200 CONTENTS T O E IC O v e r v i e w ETS s m i s E T S C o n v e r s io n T a b le 26 ETS I I E i l e e n 30 E T S | # e^ e 02 74 E T S... £ 104 SH^ ta io w (02)2000-0515 (02) 2000-1523 www.ybmbooks.com ISBN 978-89-17-22224-1 ETS, the ETS logo, TOEIC and are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey,
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