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Answer May 28, 2009

Answer May 28, 2009

Answer for Thursday 28 May.

Reading comprehension

1. What percentage of its oil does Cambodia now import?

    d) 100

2. The purpose of the oil-stockpiling road map is to

    b) avoid an oil shortage in a crisis.

   

3. When does Cambodia expect to begin extracting its own oil?

    d) 2015

4. What other issues will be discussed at the meeting?

    a) renewable energy

Listen and answer the following questions

1. The US-Russian talks aim to

    b) lower the number of nuclear weapons.

   

2. Obama wishes

    d) to improve relations with Russia.
3. According to the article, the greatest problem in US-Russian relations is

    c) a lack of trust.

4. The negotiations leave room for

    b) cautious optimism.

Listening Comprehension

TOEFL tester

Choose the one word or phrase that must be changed for the sentence to be correct.

1. The average person get two to five colds each year.

     A                            B        C          D

2. Fishing have been found to contain a particular type of fat that may help lower blood cholesterol levels.
       A                                     B                                        C                                                     D

3. Benjamin Franklin's ability to learn from observation and experience

                                   A

    contributed greatly to him success in public life.

               B                   C               D

4. Industrial lasers are more often used for cutting, welding, drilling, and measure.
         A                             B                C                                               D      

5. In the last 10 years, Mexican government has reduced the number

                                      A                               B

    of its state-owned companies to about half.

        C                                    D

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