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II. Talks and Conversations
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several short talks and conversations. After each of these, you will hear a few questions. Listen carefully because you will hear the talk or conversation and questions ONLY ONCE. When you hear a question, read the four answer choices and choose the best answer to that question. Then write the letter of the answer you have chosen in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET.
(A) Discussing inflation with the man.
(B) Helping her parents pay for debts.
(C) Seeking a permanent job overseas.
(D) Studying in a foreign country.
(A) Her parents' unwillingness to pay her tuition.
(B) Her desire to earn as much as possible.
(C) The rising cost of living through inflation.
(D) The fact that she is an overseas student.
(A) The education centre.
(B) The university bookstore.
(C) The university library.
(D) The student cafeteria.
(A) She will use her study time more effectively.
(B) She will buy second-hand books from the store.
(C) She will spend her money on something else.
(D) She will devote more time to working extra hours.
(A) A palm reader.
(B) A speech therapist.
(C) A student.
(D) A teacher.
(A) She was ill.
(B) She was afraid.
(C) She was anxious.
(D) She was excited.
(A) Her anxiety.
(B) Her mistake.
(C) Her excitement.
(D) Her success.
(A) He was at a news conference.
(B) He was on a business trip.
(C) He was traveling with the company's CEO.
(D) He was negotiating with a New York agent.
(A) The company's top executives.
(B) Producers and servicemen.
(C) Agents and customers.
(D) Managers from home and abroad.
(A) The loudspeakers.
(B) The visual aids.
(C) The hall capacity.
(D) The lunch menu.
(A) Working is more important than having a holiday.
(B) A driver should be more careful than a pedestrian.
(C) In driving, it is always safety that comes first.
(D) It is dangerous to drive fast in crowded areas.
(A) Because they may not judge speeds very well.
(B) Because they may step into the road for convenience.
(C) Because they cannot run very fast.
(D) Because they may become nervous easily.
(B) Traffic police.
(C) Young people.
(D) The handicapped.
(A) Signal to a school crossing patrol.
(B) Slow down or stop to let people cross.
(C) Overtake other drivers for safety.
(D) Watch out for a Stop-Children sign.
(A) Programme writing.
(B) Note-takind techniques.
(C) Handwriting analysis.
(D) Sample collecting.
(A) A good self-controlled personality.
(B) An introspective nature.
(C) A friendly and sociable disposition.
(D) A mix of interest and emotion.
(A) Socially-minded people.
(B) Scientists and intellectuals.
(C) Mediocre writers.
(D) Friendly companions.
(A) The rounded, medium size of the letters.
(B) The small open a's and o's.
(C) The wide spaces between the words.
(D) The upright slant and the signature.
11—14 DCBA 15-18 DCBD
19-22 BCAD 23-26 CADB