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Listening comprehension Feb 05, 2009

Listening comprehension Feb 05, 2009

Listening comprehension

Listen to the audio file and answer the following questions:

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1. The company building the Canadia Tower is
a) French
b) Cambodian
c) Vietnamese
d) Thai
2. Some informed people think that the Canadia Tower will
a) always remain the capital's tallest building
b) not remain the capital's tallest building for long
c) never be finished
d) will never repay its development costs
3. In general. Phnom Penh's property market is in a time of
a) weakening demand
b) increasing demand
c) steady demand

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