Notice to All Employees
As we enter the cold and flu season, the management wants to remind all employees to wash their hands after using the restroom and before returning to work. This is especially important for cooks, waiters and waitresses. As most of you are aware, germs, viruses, and bacteria are passed on mainly through hand contact. Here at The Happy Sandwich restaurant, hygiene and cleanliness are our number one priority. This policy will be strictly enforced. Thank you for your attention in this matter.
1. What is the name of the restaurant?
A. The Management
B. The Happy Sandwich
C. The Winter Season
D. The Strict Policy
2. Which season is approaching?
3. What is the restaurant’s main priority?
A. Serving delicious food
B. Having the lowest prices in town
C. Having the most polite staff
D. Hygiene and cleanliness
Dear Mr. Thompson,
This is just a short email to update you on your medical test results from your physical examination on January 10lh. Our records show that you took a blood pressure test. Your test this time showed that your blood pressure is doing quite well for a man your age. I am very pleased to note that your blood pressure is much lower than it was last time. It seems that the medication you have been taking is working well. Unfortunately we do not have a record of the name of your medication on file. Can you remember the name of the medication that you are taking? If you could send an email to my nurse with the name of the medicine, that would be very helpful to us. His email address is email@example.com.
Also, there is a note in your file stating that you want your medical test results sent to your insurance company. Which department do you want them sent to? Please let us know as soon as possible.
Regards, Dr. Huxley
4. What kind of test did Mr. Thompson have done?
A. A stress test
B. A blood test
C. A high blood pressure test
D. A department test
5. Where will Mr. Thompson’s medical test results be sent to?
A. His employer
B. His insurance company
C. His doctor’s office
D. The doctor’s nurse
6. What is true about Mr. Thompson’s blood pressure?
A. It is extremely high.
B. It is very low.
C. It is non-existent.
D. It is normal.
7. What information does the doctor need?
A. Mr. Thompson’s email address
B. The name of his medication
C. The nurse’s email address
D. Mr. Thompson’s age
This is a chart of the Food Pyramid. The Food Pyramid serves as a basic guide to making healthy food choices. If you take a look at the guide you can easily see which food groups you should be eating. According to the pyramid, most of your daily food should consist of breads, rice, and cereals. These are the foods in the bottom level of the pyramid. Almost equal to these, but not quite as much, should be vegetables and fruits. Therefore, you can feel free to go ahead and eat lots of fruit and vegetables every day. Servings of meat, fish, eggs, and dairy foods, which include milk and cheese, should be much smaller. Sugars should be the smallest portion of all. Of course, your daily nutritional needs will vary according to your activity level and life style. You do not have to follow the Food Pyramid, but it is a good way to be sure you will get the healthiest benefits from your daily food. If you keep a copy of the pyramid stuck to the door of your refrigerator, it will remind you to plan your daily meals wisely every time you go into the kitchen.
8. Which of the following are dairy products?
A. Milk and cheese
B. Fish and eggs
C. Sugar and spice
D. Breads and rice
9. What is the purpose of the Food Pyramid?
A. To sell food
B. To help make healthy food choices
C. To show which foods are bad for you
D. To help remember the names of foods
10. Which food group has the second smallest serving suggestion?
B. Dairy, Meat, Fish, and Eggs
C. Vegetables and Fruits
D. Breads, Rice, and Cereals
11. What affects your daily food needs?
A. Your likes and dislikes
B. The Food Pyramid
C. Your lifestyle and activity
D. Small portions
To: Jennifer Martin, Sports Equipment Manager
From: Clive Wilbur, Management Committee Chairperson
Re: June 25’h Annual General Meeting
I know that you will be unable to attend this year’s meeting on the 25th, so I am sending you the agenda now. Please take a look at it before the meeting and give me your opinion on the items.
We have decided to resurface the tennis courts and need to choose from three contractors. I will send you their price lists and a voting form later. Every one at the meeting will have a chance to vote. As you know, we have suffered a lot of broken windows recently. I would appreciate it if you could fax me your ideas on how to deal with this problem. The fourth item on the agenda refers to renting equipment. We will limit rentals to one hour on weekends and two hours during the week. Only members will be able to rent equipment on weekends. This brings us to the next item: all members will be required to show their membership card in order to use the sports center at a discounted price.
Please send me your thoughts as soon as possible, and I will talk to you in person when you get back from your vacation.
12. How often does Heathcliffe Sports Center hold a general meeting?
A. Once a month
B. Once a week
C. Once a year
D. Every other year
13. How will the center choose someone to repair the tennis courts?
A. They will choose the cheapest company.
B. They will not repair the tennis courts.
C. Everyone will vote for a company.
D. They haven’t chosen a method.
14. Why will Jennifer Martin be unable to attend the meeting?
A. She is not a member of the sports center.
B. She will be on vacation.
C. She is sick.
D. She was not invited.
15. Which of the following statements about rentals is correct?
A. Members can rent equipment for four hours.
B. Members can rent equipment only on Saturdays.
C. Only members can rent equipment on Saturdays.
D. Non-members can rent equipment for one hour on Saturdays.
16. What problem has the sports center been having?
A. Members do not return equipment.
B. Windows have been broken.
C. There was not enough tea and coffee.
D. Staff don’t get along with each other.