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1 Josai International University Center for Language Education Set D TOEIC LAB Assignment #6 Answer Sheet Score: /20 Check your answers online: Today s Date: Your Name ( ): or in the TOEIC Library H300 Your Student Number: Your English Teacher s Name( ): TOEIC Part 5: INCOMPLETE SENTENCES 1. (A) (B) (C) (D) 2. (A) (B) (C) (D) 3. (A) (B) (C) (D) 4. (A) (B) (C) (D) 5. (A) (B) (C) (D) 6. (A) (B) (C) (D) 7. (A) (B) (C) (D) 8. (A) (B) (C) (D) TOEIC Part 6: INCOMPLETE READING PASSAGE 9. (A) (B) (C) (D) 10. (A) (B) (C) (D) 11. (A) (B) (C) (D) 12. (A) (B) (C) (D) TOEIC Part 7: READING PASSAGES 13. (A) (B) (C) (D) 14. (A) (B) (C) (D) 15. (A) (B) (C) (D) 16. (A) (B) (C) (D) 17. (A) (B) (C) (D) 18. (A) (B) (C) (D) 19. (A) (B) (C) (D) 20. (A) (B) (C) (D)

2 TOEIC LAB Assignment #6 Before we begin, letʼs read the words in the Vocabulary Box together. Repeat each word in English, and then quickly look at the meaning of the word in Japanese. Vocabulary Box Nouns Adjectives Verbs Now, let s read the three tips in the box below before you begin Part 5. TOEIC Tips I. The Present Perfect tense expresses life experiences, but without saying when the experience took place. 1. It s formed with have or has and the past participle. [has/have+ ] a). I ve studied many languages. b). She s never been to China. c). Have you ever seen the Northern Lights? ( ) No, I haven t. / Yes, I have. 2. For or since are used with the present perfect to say how long the experience has lasted, or when it began. For since, ( ) a). I ve lived in Togane for two years. 2 b). I ve lived in Togane since I started university. 3. Already, yet, just and lately are often used with the present perfect. Already, yet, just, lately,. a). We ve already seen that movie twice. 2 Really? I haven t seen it yet. b). Have you eaten yet? c). They ve just arrived. d). He s been very busy lately. II. Use the Simple Past tense to talk about activities or situations that began and ended in the past (e.g., yesterday, last night, two days ago, in 1990, etc.) Most simple past verbs are formed by adding ed to a verb, for example: stayed, arrived, talked -ed stayed, arrived, talked a). Mike stayed home yesterday morning. b). Last night our plane arrived 15 minutes late. 15 c). I talked to my sister two days ago Some verbs have irregular past forms, such as: ate, took, spoke. ate, took, spoke a). Mike ate breakfast yesterday morning. b). We took a taxi home from the airport last night. c). Two days ago my sister and I spoke for half an hour. 2 ( ) 1 III. TOEIC TIPS When taking the TOEIC test, look for clues in the grammar of the sentences. These clues will help you to understand the meaning of the sentences and to answer the questions correctly. Compare these two sentences: TOEIC a). John has worked for the company for 15 years. John 15 b). John worked for the company for 15 years. John 15 Because the grammar in a). is present perfect, we can understand that John is still working for the company now. However, b). means that John no longer works for the company because the verb is in the past tense. a) John b) John

3 TOEIC Part 5 Directions: Questions 1-8 are incomplete sentences. Four words or phrases marked (A), (B), (C), (D) are given beneath each sentence. Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and circle your answer. 1. The weather been sunny all day but it will be cloudy later. (A) is (B) has (C) have (D) was 2. Have you the new Bob Dylan CD? (A) hear (B) hearing (C) heard (D) to hear 3. Last weekend we to Tokyo and Yokohama. (A) went (B) go (C) gone (D) been 4. John gone home yet? (A) Is (B) Are (C) Have (D) Has 5. The exam schedule just been posted in the administration office. (A) has (B) have (C) was (D) is 6. Last Saturday, baseball fans a free cap at Banshee Stadium. (A) receive (B) receiving (C) received (D) have received 7. The game center has closed on the weekends lately. (A) was (B) is (C) be (D) been 8. My teacher class yesterday because he was feeling sick. (A) has cancelled (B) cancelled (C) cancel (D) will cancel

4 TOEIC Part 6 Directions: Questions 7-11 refer to the following incomplete reading passage. After reading the passage, decide which of the four choices (A), (B), (C), or (D) best completes the sentence to which they correspond. Use the information in the passage to help you choose the best answer and then circle the letter that corresponds to the best answer on your answer sheet. Questions 9-12 refer to the following letter. Betsy Henderson All House Wares, Inc W. East Avenue, New Hamsville, AS Dear Ms. Henderson, I am writing to you to express my interest in the of store manager which I 9. (A) product (B) position (C) passenger (D) personnel department posted in the Times last Saturday. I think I am qualified to fill this 10. (A) see (B) saw (C) have seen (D) had seen position and would very much appreciate the opportunity to meet in person for an interview. For the past 6 years I worked in the East End Shopping Mall in a small 11. (A) have (B) has (C) had (D) did store called Beans which specializes in housewares very similar to your store. Therefore, I am very familiar with the products that you have been selling. Furthermore, I have won the prize for Best Sales Record presented by the Shopping Mall for three years straight. You can be assured that I am very good at selling the product. I am in the position because I feel I am very capable of being a manager. 12. (A) experienced (B) professional (C) approachable (D) interested There is no opportunity for me to become a manager at Beans because the store is so small and family-owned. I have enclosed my resume. I am free all day on Fridays and Mondays. I hope to hear from you soon, Sincerely, Rick Merckin

5 TOEIC Part 7 Directions: Questions refer to the following reading passages. Questions in this part of the test are based on a wide range of reading materials, including articles, letters, advertisements, and notices. After reading the passage, decide which of the four choices (A), (B), (C), or (D) best answers the question, and then circle the letter that corresponds to the best answer on your answer sheet. All answers should be based on what is stated in or on what can be inferred from the readings. Questions refer to the following review: The distinguished author Ruth Watson was in town last week to help promote her new novel, We Three. She read extracts from it at Wenlock Publishersʼ Book Launch on Wednesday evening. At first, the book appears to be a delightful story of a carefree childhood in a small town long ago. However, some strange things happen and it becomes more of a mystery novel that keeps you guessing until the last pages. The main character, Rachel, is obviously Ruth herself and the parents, Joan and Donald, run a bookshop as did her own parents. She says that all the other characters are pure fiction and none of the events actually happened to her. This is Watsonʼs fourth book set in her hometown, Kingston, which in the novel is called Granville. She writes lovingly of its buildings, streets and surrounding fields and farms. None of her novels has yet been filmed although one, Late July, was made into a television series last year. This one would make a good movie. Perhaps some director would like to film it. 13. What is this a review of? (A) A movie (B) A new book (C) A television series (D) A book launch 15. What is the town in the book called? (A) Watson (B) Kingston (C) Wenlock (D) Granville 14. What is the name of the main character? (A) Joan (B) Donald (C) Ruth (D) Rachel 16. What would the reviewer like to see? (A) A film of the book (B) A television series (C) An extract from the book (D) A film director

6 Questions refer to the following newsletter.. The New York Banshee Newsletter Dear New York Banshee Fans, 2007 Baseball Season All of us with the New York Banshee Organization wish to thank you for your continued support throughout this baseball season. Week after week youʼve bought tickets and youʼve come down to the stadium in order to support your favorite baseball team, the New York Banshees. Recently, many Banshee fans have been sending s asking us to include photographs in our monthly newsletters. We appreciate your suggestions for the newsletter and we are very happy to serve your interests. As you already know, last Saturday was cap-day here at Banshee Stadium and the first five-thousand fans received a blue and white Banshee baseball cap free of charge. Amazingly, a photograph of these five-thousand fans wearing their Banshee baseball caps was taken after Saturdayʼs game, and we have printed the photograph on the last page of this newsletter. Please continue sending us your suggestions, and we hope that you enjoy this edition of the New York Banshee Newsletter. Sincerely, George Beinstrenner President, New York Banshee Organization 17. According to the newsletter, which of the following is NOT true? (A) The fans have bought tickets. (B) The fans have come to the stadium. (C) Last Saturday was cap-day at Banshee Stadium. (D) A photograph of the fans was not printed in the newsletter. 19. On what page of the newsletter is the photograph printed? (A) On the first page (B) On the second page (C) On the third page (D) On the last page 18. Why did fans send s to the New York Banshee Organization? (A) They wanted photographs included in the newsletter. (B) They wanted more free baseball caps. (C) They wanted to be writers for the newsletter. (D) They wanted to be president of the organization. 20. Who is this newsletter most likely for? (A) George Beinstrenner (B) The photographer (C) New York Banshee fans (D) The president of the New York Banshee Organization

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