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The Objective Placement Test has three sections: Listening, Reading, and Language Use. There are 70 questions. You are allowed 50 minutes to complete the test.


English Test

In Section I, the Language Use section, has 30 items. Choose the correct

completion for each item.

You have 15 minutes to complete this section.

Section 2, the Reading section, has several short passages. After you read each passage, choose the correct answer for each question.

You have 20 minutes to complete this section.

In Section 3, the Listening section, you will hear nine conversations and answer one or more questions about each one. Before you listen to a conversation, read the question or questions. Then listen to the conversation. Answer the questions after the conversation ends. Choose the correct answer for each question. You will hear the conversation only once. The first conversation is an example.

You have 15 minutes to complete this section.

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Category: Language Use

1) These days,             women keep working after they get

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Category: Language Use

2) I enjoy             out two or three times a week

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3) “I can’t swim very well.”

“I can’t           

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4) The gas station is          Main Street.

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5)                 several good restaurants in our neighborhood.

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6) I’ve run out of money, I wish I            more.

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7) Bob’s never been bungee jumping,      he?

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Category: Language Use

8) Mt. Everest is             mountain in the world.

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9) My new job is very                .

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10) If I went to live in a foreign country,              my

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11) The Taj Mahal is really worth            .

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Category: Language Use

12) Yolanda             part time for several years

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13) If I had known about the accident, I               it to the

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Category: Language Use

14) Could you tell me where             ?

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Category: Language Use

15) “What happened to Kate?”

“She must          about our appointment.”

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Category: Language Use

16) By 2020, scientists               a cure for

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Category: Language Use

17) Before a film is finished, it needs             .

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Category: Language Use

18) I was interested               the

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Category: Language Use

19) Would you mind             the window?

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Category: Language Use

20) I’m taking a class            learn more about my computer.

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Category: Language Use

21) Before              breakfast, I usually take a

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Category: Language Use

22)                John, I like to cook.

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23) Chicago,               is nicknamed the Windy City, is the largest city in Illinois.

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24) We’re not used               our own meals.

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Category: Language Use

25) The earlier children learn to read, __________ for their education.

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Category: Language Use

26) Jim’s boss demanded that ___________ to work earlier. he

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Category: Language Use

27) I feel I sick, I shouldn’t __________ so much.

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Category: Language Use

28) I would rather               evening classes.

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29) For me, mathematics is              difficult than

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Category: Uncategorized

1) After finishing college, I hope                married.

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Category: Reading

1) Passage 1: What are you doing today?

BETTY CHAN: I usually stay home on Sundays and take it easy – read, clean the house, do stuff like that. But today I’m at the mall. I’m buying some things for my kids.

Betty is _______.

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2) Passage 2: What do you do?

TONY PEREZ: I’m a flight attendant with a major airline. Flying isn’t dangerous, but it can be stressful. When I’m up in the air working, I always have something to do. I like it because I meet a lot of interesting people.

Tony’s job is            .

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3) Passage 3: A vacation postcard

Dear Sal,

Greetings from France – it’s so good to be back here again! We left the kids with their grandparents in Chicago, and we’re biking across the French countryside by ourselves. We brought a tent and sleeping bags, so we can camp out if we want to, but we’re really enjoying the small hotels we find along the way.

Love,

Michael and Paula

Michael and Paula             .

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Category: Reading

4) Passage 4: The “zone”

You’re deeply involved in a task and can ignore everything around you – ringing telephones, your neighbor’s TV, even your own hunger – and still do things in record time. This is similar to what athletes call the “zone”: the power to concentrate so hard that you can ignore everything else. This ability can bring success in any field, but in athletics it can mean all the difference between winning and losing a game or event.

In this reading, the “zone” refers to a person’s                .

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Category: Reading

5) Passage 4: The “zone”

You’re deeply involved in a task and can ignore everything around you – ringing telephones, your neighbor’s TV, even your own hunger – and still do things in record time. This is similar to what athletes call the “zone”: the power to concentrate so hard that you can ignore everything else. This ability can bring success in any field, but in athletics it can mean all the difference between winning and losing a game or event.

Athletes in the “zone” are more likely to           

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Category: Reading

6) Passage 5: Henry Ford and the Model-T

Henry Ford became famous and rich because he found a better, faster way to build cars. This is shown in the history of the Model-T. When the Model-T was first introduced in 1908, it took 14 hours to build and cost $850. After Ford introduced into his own factory the mass-production techniques that he saw in a meat-packing plant, the time for building a Model-T was reduced to less than two hours. As a result, Ford was able to drop the price of the car to

$265. By 1927, he had sold over 15 million Model-Ts.

The first Model-T was expensive because it            .

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Category: Reading

7) Passage 5: Henry Ford and the Model-T

Henry Ford became famous and rich because he found a better, faster way to build cars. This is shown in the history of the Model-T. When the Model-T was first introduced in 1908, it took 14 hours to build and cost $850. After Ford introduced into his own factory the mass-production techniques that he saw in a meat-packing plant, the time for building a Model-T was reduced to less than two hours. As a result, Ford was able to drop the price of the car to

$265. By 1927, he had sold over 15 million Model-Ts.

 

The Model-T became so popular because it was                than other cars

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Category: Reading

8) Passage 6: It’s a big country!

When it comes to body weight, Americans stand out. Most visitors to the United States, no matter where they go across this vast country, comment on the size of many Americans. In fact, these impressions are backed by numerous statistics. For example, the average 5'4" American weighs 162 pounds, or 15 pounds more than the average person of the same height from Western or Central Europe. Another comparison: At 150 pounds, the average 5'4" American woman is 24 pounds heavier than her Japanese counterpart.

Why are Americans so heavy? Some blame the American diet. Certainly it’s true that Americans eat more high-fat foods – meat, dairy products, and processed food – and fewer grains and vegetables than people in other countries. But fat isn’t the whole story. Lifestyle factors – including the tendency for Americans to drive rather than walk or ride a bicycle to work, to snack throughout the day, and to have so many labor-saving devices in the home – appear to contribute to the problem.

According to the article, visitors to the United States often comment on the size of the            .

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Category: Reading

9) Passage 6: It’s a big country!

When it comes to body weight, Americans stand out. Most visitors to the United States, no matter where they go across this vast country, comment on the size of many Americans. In fact, these impressions are backed by numerous statistics. For example, the average 5'4" American weighs 162 pounds, or 15 pounds more than the average person of the same height from Western or Central Europe. Another comparison: At 150 pounds, the average 5'4" American woman is 24 pounds heavier than her Japanese counterpart.

Why are Americans so heavy? Some blame the American diet. Certainly it’s true that Americans eat more high-fat foods – meat, dairy products, and processed food – and fewer grains and vegetables than people in other countries. But fat isn’t the whole story. Lifestyle factors – including the tendency for Americans to drive rather than walk or ride a bicycle to work, to snack throughout the day, and to have so many labor-saving devices in the home – appear to contribute to the problem.

According to the article, the average Western European weighs               .

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Category: Reading

10) Passage 6: It’s a big country!

When it comes to body weight, Americans stand out. Most visitors to the United States, no matter where they go across this vast country, comment on the size of many Americans. In fact, these impressions are backed by numerous statistics. For example, the average 5'4" American weighs 162 pounds, or 15 pounds more than the average person of the same height from Western or Central Europe. Another comparison: At 150 pounds, the average 5'4" American woman is 24 pounds heavier than her Japanese counterpart.

Why are Americans so heavy? Some blame the American diet. Certainly it’s true that Americans eat more high-fat foods – meat, dairy products, and processed food – and fewer grains and vegetables than people in other countries. But fat isn’t the whole story. Lifestyle factors – including the tendency for Americans to drive rather than walk or ride a bicycle to work, to snack throughout the day, and to have so many labor-saving devices in the home – appear to contribute to the problem.

In comparison with Americans, people in other countries eat more                 .

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Category: Reading

11) Passage 6: It’s a big country!

When it comes to body weight, Americans stand out. Most visitors to the United States, no matter where they go across this vast country, comment on the size of many Americans. In fact, these impressions are backed by numerous statistics. For example, the average 5'4" American weighs 162 pounds, or 15 pounds more than the average person of the same height from Western or Central Europe. Another comparison: At 150 pounds, the average 5'4" American woman is 24 pounds heavier than her Japanese counterpart.

Why are Americans so heavy? Some blame the American diet. Certainly it’s true that Americans eat more high-fat foods – meat, dairy products, and processed food – and fewer grains and vegetables than people in other countries. But fat isn’t the whole story. Lifestyle factors – including the tendency for Americans to drive rather than walk or ride a bicycle to work, to snack throughout the day, and to have so many labor-saving devices in the home – appear to contribute to the problem.

 

The article implies that Americans would lose weight if they              .

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Category: Reading

12) Passage 7: Small talk isn’t so “small”

Small talk may not be about serious issues; nevertheless, researchers into the subject have concluded that it’s important. That’s because small talk keeps us connected to one another and can lead to bigger things, such as a job or a new friendship. Yet people who find

themselves alone with another person often don’t know what to say. Here are a few tips to

help you start a conversation, and to keep the conversational ball rolling:

  • Start with the obvious. If you have something in common with another person (your job, hobbies, a person you both know, ), begin with that. If you don’t know the person, it’s always acceptable to bring up a neutral topic such as the weather or a recent news event. It isn’t necessary to be clever – all that’s required is to show interest in the other person and to be willing to talk.
  • Compliment were If the other person has done something you like or is wearing something attractive, it’s always appropriate to compliment. But avoid talking about the specifics of a person’s physical appearance (people can’t usually change how they look) and keep your compliments short and to the point (“What a great tie!” or “You look great tonight!”) and continue with another topic.
  • Talk about yourself – then return to your partner. It’s perfectly OK to talk about your

own interests for a while, but keep your conversation from becoming a monolog. It’s only polite, for example, that after talking about your own children, you turn the conversation back to your partner by asking about his or her children.

 

According to the article, the main function of small talk is to              .

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Category: Reading

13) Passage 7: Small talk isn’t so “small”

Small talk may not be about serious issues; nevertheless, researchers into the subject have concluded that it’s important. That’s because small talk keeps us connected to one another and can lead to bigger things, such as a job or a new friendship. Yet people who find

themselves alone with another person often don’t know what to say. Here are a few tips to

help you start a conversation, and to keep the conversational ball rolling:

  • Start with the obvious. If you have something in common with another person (your job, hobbies, a person you both know, ), begin with that. If you don’t know the person, it’s always acceptable to bring up a neutral topic such as the weather or a recent news event. It isn’t necessary to be clever – all that’s required is to show interest in the other person and to be willing to talk.
  • Compliment were If the other person has done something you like or is wearing something attractive, it’s always appropriate to compliment. But avoid talking about the specifics of a person’s physical appearance (people can’t usually change how they look) and keep your compliments short and to the point (“What a great tie!” or “You look great tonight!”) and continue with another topic.
  • Talk about yourself – then return to your partner. It’s perfectly OK to talk about your

own interests for a while, but keep your conversation from becoming a monolog. It’s only polite, for example, that after talking about your own children, you turn the conversation back to your partner by asking about his or her children.

 

“Start with the obvious” means that you should talk about things that you            .

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Category: Reading

14) Passage 7: Small talk isn’t so “small”

Small talk may not be about serious issues; nevertheless, researchers into the subject have concluded that it’s important. That’s because small talk keeps us connected to one another and can lead to bigger things, such as a job or a new friendship. Yet people who find

themselves alone with another person often don’t know what to say. Here are a few tips to

help you start a conversation, and to keep the conversational ball rolling:

  • Start with the obvious. If you have something in common with another person (your job, hobbies, a person you both know, ), begin with that. If you don’t know the person, it’s always acceptable to bring up a neutral topic such as the weather or a recent news event. It isn’t necessary to be clever – all that’s required is to show interest in the other person and to be willing to talk.
  • Compliment were If the other person has done something you like or is wearing something attractive, it’s always appropriate to compliment. But avoid talking about the specifics of a person’s physical appearance (people can’t usually change how they look) and keep your compliments short and to the point (“What a great tie!” or “You look great tonight!”) and continue with another topic.
  • Talk about yourself – then return to your partner. It’s perfectly OK to talk about your

own interests for a while, but keep your conversation from becoming a monolog. It’s only polite, for example, that after talking about your own children, you turn the conversation back to your partner by asking about his or her children.

You need to be careful when complimenting someone because most people                 .

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Category: Reading

15) Passage 7: Small talk isn’t so “small”

Small talk may not be about serious issues; nevertheless, researchers into the subject have concluded that it’s important. That’s because small talk keeps us connected to one another and can lead to bigger things, such as a job or a new friendship. Yet people who find

themselves alone with another person often don’t know what to say. Here are a few tips to

help you start a conversation, and to keep the conversational ball rolling:

  • Start with the obvious. If you have something in common with another person (your job, hobbies, a person you both know, ), begin with that. If you don’t know the person, it’s always acceptable to bring up a neutral topic such as the weather or a recent news event. It isn’t necessary to be clever – all that’s required is to show interest in the other person and to be willing to talk.
  • Compliment were If the other person has done something you like or is wearing something attractive, it’s always appropriate to compliment. But avoid talking about the specifics of a person’s physical appearance (people can’t usually change how they look) and keep your compliments short and to the point (“What a great tie!” or “You look great tonight!”) and continue with another topic.
  • Talk about yourself – then return to your partner. It’s perfectly OK to talk about your

own interests for a while, but keep your conversation from becoming a monolog. It’s only polite, for example, that after talking about your own children, you turn the conversation back to your partner by asking about his or her children.

 

You should avoid monologs because other people                .

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Category: Reading

16) Passage 8: Headaches

Everyone has experienced headaches, but only recently have medical researchers begun to learn more specifically about the causes and possible treatments for different types of headache pain.

The most common type of headache is the simple tension headache. Tension headaches are usually mild and short-lasting and can result from various factors, such as stress caused by worry or noise. Tension headaches are caused by a tightening of the neck or back muscles, which slows the flow of blood and, therefore, oxygen to the brain. It is the lack of oxygen that causes the pain. Most headaches can be relieved by taking a mild analgesic such as aspirin. Analgesics expand the blood vessels and restore the normal flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.

A more serious type of headache is the migraine. Migraine headaches are often extremely painful and can last for hours or days. Like tension headaches, they can be the result of different factors, including stress, hormonal changes, and allergies. Unlike tension headaches, however, they are caused by an abnormal expansion or swelling (rather than a contraction) of the blood vessels within the head. Medicines that shrink swollen blood vessels can be used to treat migraine headaches.

A tiny minority of headaches can be linked to severe physical problems such as head injury or brain tumors. For these types of headaches, there are medicines to treat the symptoms, but there is no cure unless the underlying problem is removed.

This article discusses the             .

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Category: Reading

17) Passage 8: Headaches

Everyone has experienced headaches, but only recently have medical researchers begun to learn more specifically about the causes and possible treatments for different types of headache pain.

The most common type of headache is the simple tension headache. Tension headaches are usually mild and short-lasting and can result from various factors, such as stress caused by worry or noise. Tension headaches are caused by a tightening of the neck or back muscles, which slows the flow of blood and, therefore, oxygen to the brain. It is the lack of oxygen that causes the pain. Most headaches can be relieved by taking a mild analgesic such as aspirin. Analgesics expand the blood vessels and restore the normal flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.

A more serious type of headache is the migraine. Migraine headaches are often extremely painful and can last for hours or days. Like tension headaches, they can be the result of different factors, including stress, hormonal changes, and allergies. Unlike tension headaches, however, they are caused by an abnormal expansion or swelling (rather than a contraction) of the blood vessels within the head. Medicines that shrink swollen blood vessels can be used to treat migraine headaches.

A tiny minority of headaches can be linked to severe physical problems such as head injury or brain tumors. For these types of headaches, there are medicines to treat the symptoms, but there is no cure unless the underlying problem is removed.

 

A tension headache can result when             .

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Category: Reading

18) Passage 8: Headaches

Everyone has experienced headaches, but only recently have medical researchers begun to learn more specifically about the causes and possible treatments for different types of headache pain.

The most common type of headache is the simple tension headache. Tension headaches are usually mild and short-lasting and can result from various factors, such as stress caused by worry or noise. Tension headaches are caused by a tightening of the neck or back muscles, which slows the flow of blood and, therefore, oxygen to the brain. It is the lack of oxygen that causes the pain. Most headaches can be relieved by taking a mild analgesic such as aspirin. Analgesics expand the blood vessels and restore the normal flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.

A more serious type of headache is the migraine. Migraine headaches are often extremely painful and can last for hours or days. Like tension headaches, they can be the result of different factors, including stress, hormonal changes, and allergies. Unlike tension headaches, however, they are caused by an abnormal expansion or swelling (rather than a contraction) of the blood vessels within the head. Medicines that shrink swollen blood vessels can be used to treat migraine headaches.

A tiny minority of headaches can be linked to severe physical problems such as head injury or brain tumors. For these types of headaches, there are medicines to treat the symptoms, but there is no cure unless the underlying problem is removed.

 

Migraine headaches             .

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Category: Reading

19) Passage 8: Headaches

Everyone has experienced headaches, but only recently have medical researchers begun to learn more specifically about the causes and possible treatments for different types of headache pain.

The most common type of headache is the simple tension headache. Tension headaches are usually mild and short-lasting and can result from various factors, such as stress caused by worry or noise. Tension headaches are caused by a tightening of the neck or back muscles, which slows the flow of blood and, therefore, oxygen to the brain. It is the lack of oxygen that causes the pain. Most headaches can be relieved by taking a mild analgesic such as aspirin. Analgesics expand the blood vessels and restore the normal flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.

A more serious type of headache is the migraine. Migraine headaches are often extremely painful and can last for hours or days. Like tension headaches, they can be the result of different factors, including stress, hormonal changes, and allergies. Unlike tension headaches, however, they are caused by an abnormal expansion or swelling (rather than a contraction) of the blood vessels within the head. Medicines that shrink swollen blood vessels can be used to treat migraine headaches.

A tiny minority of headaches can be linked to severe physical problems such as head injury or brain tumors. For these types of headaches, there are medicines to treat the symptoms, but there is no cure unless the underlying problem is removed.

 

Medicines for migraines            .

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Category: Reading

20) Passage 8: Headaches

Everyone has experienced headaches, but only recently have medical researchers begun to learn more specifically about the causes and possible treatments for different types of headache pain.

The most common type of headache is the simple tension headache. Tension headaches are usually mild and short-lasting and can result from various factors, such as stress caused by worry or noise. Tension headaches are caused by a tightening of the neck or back muscles, which slows the flow of blood and, therefore, oxygen to the brain. It is the lack of oxygen that causes the pain. Most headaches can be relieved by taking a mild analgesic such as aspirin. Analgesics expand the blood vessels and restore the normal flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.

A more serious type of headache is the migraine. Migraine headaches are often extremely painful and can last for hours or days. Like tension headaches, they can be the result of different factors, including stress, hormonal changes, and allergies. Unlike tension headaches, however, they are caused by an abnormal expansion or swelling (rather than a contraction) of the blood vessels within the head. Medicines that shrink swollen blood vessels can be used to treat migraine headaches.

A tiny minority of headaches can be linked to severe physical problems such as head injury or brain tumors. For these types of headaches, there are medicines to treat the symptoms, but there is no cure unless the underlying problem is removed.

 

Headaches caused by serious physical problems             .

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Category: Listening

1) Situation 1: David is talking with Tomomi when Monica comes into the room.

_________ are meeting for the first time.

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2) Situation 2: Ken and Nancy are at a restaurant.

Ken           .

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3) Situation 3: Karen calls Jason’s home. Jason’s father answers the telephone.

Karen is going to              .

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4) Situation 4: A reporter is giving today’s weather forecast.

It will be clear in __________.

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5) Situation 4: A reporter is giving today’s weather forecast.

In Seattle, the weather is ________.

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6) Situation 5: Bill invites Jennifer to go to dinner and a movie.

Jennifer doesn’t accept right away because she can’t             .

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7) Situation 5: Bill invites Jennifer to go to dinner and a movie.

They’re going to             .

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8) Situation 6: Linda is asking Jim about his plans for the summer.

In the summer, Jim usually             .

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9) Situation 6: Linda is asking Jim about his plans for the summer.

This summer he’s planning to           .

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10) Situation 7: Phil is talking with Susie about money.

Phil is upset because               .

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11) Situation 7: Phil is talking with Susie about money.

Albert          .

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12) Situation 7: Phil is talking with Susie about money.

Susie doesn’t lend money to friends because            .

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13) Situation 8: Natalie and Chuck are talking about their experiences abroad.

Chuck went backpacking              .

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14) Situation 8: Natalie and Chuck are talking about their experiences abroad.

Chuck says he “would have liked to have seen ”

He means that he                    .

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15) Situation 8: Natalie and Chuck are talking about their experiences abroad.

While Natalie was in Japan, she                .

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16) Situation 8: Natalie and Chuck are talking about their experiences abroad.

Chuck doesn’t want to             .

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17) Situation 9: Diane and Conrad are talking about their careers.

Conrad got into advertising because he               .

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18) Situation 9: Diane and Conrad are talking about their careers.

When he was young, Conrad wanted to              .

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19) Situation 9: Diane and Conrad are talking about their careers.

Diane’s parents didn’t want her to          .

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20) Situation 9: Diane and Conrad are talking about their careers.

Conrad            .

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