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Listening 40 minutes (including 10 minutes’ transfer time)

PART ONE
Questions 1-12
You will hear three telephone conversations or messages.
Write one or two words or a number in the numbered spaces on the notes or forms below.
After you have listened once, replace each recording.

Conversation One
(Questions 1-4)
Look at the form below.
You will hear a man asking a colleague for information about a former employee.

Personnel Record
NAME: Stephen (1)…………………………………………
ADDRESS: 183 School Road,
Barnfield, BF2 8TP
DEPAERTMENT: (2) ……………………………………………………
POST HELP: (3) ……………………………………… (temporary)
MONTHLY SALARY: (4)£……………………………………………………

Conversation Two
(Questions 5-8)
Look at the note below.
You will hear a man describing a problem with an order.
WHILE YOU WERE OUT
Message for: Steven Kirby
From: Mark Jones
Company: (5) ……………………………………………………

Message
Re: Stationary order
Problem with the (6) ……………………………………… ordered.
The (7) ………………………………… need 500 and he needs 750.
Also (8) ………………………………… need to be repositioned.


答案
1 JAYE
2 CUSTOMER SERVICES
3 OFFICE ASSISTANT
4 457.60
5 EUROPE HOLIDAYS
6 BUSINESS CARDS
7 MARKETING EXCUTIVES
8 COMPANY LOGO
Tapescript
Listening Test 1
This is the Business English Certificate Vantage 2, Listening Test 1.
Part One. Questions 1 to 12.
You will hear three telephone conversations or messages.
Write one or two words or a number in the numbered spaces on the notes or forms below.
After you have listened once, replace each recording.
Conversation One. Questions 1 to 4
Look at the form below.
You will hear a man asking a colleague for information about a former employee.
You have 15 seconds to read through the form.
[pause]
Now listen, and fill in the spaces.
Woman: Personnel …
Man: Hello, it’s Tim here, from Finance.
Woman: Hi, Tim.
Man: I’ve had a letter from the tax office about a student who worked here last summer – I wonder if you could look him up in your records.
Woman: Sure, what’s the name?
Man: The surname’s Jaye. First name Stephen.
Woman: How does he spell his surname?
Man: J-A-Y-E. Got that?
Woman: Oh yes, here we are … live at a hundred and eighty-three School Road, Barnfield…
Man: Yes, that’s the one.
Woman: And you say he was working in Finance?
Man: Uhm, Customer Service, actually.
Woman: Aah – they had lots of students working for them last summer.
Man: Well, the tax people want to know his exact job title – I’m not sure why.
Woman: Mm, let me see … He was an office assistant.
Man: Right, got that. They also want to know about his monthly earnings.
Woman: Let’s have a look … five hundred and thirty-eight pounds seventy a month … Oh, sorry, he was a scale one, so that’s four hundred and fifty-seven pounds sixty. Anything else?
Man: That’s fine. Thanks. I’ll send them the information today…