Directions: Respond to this email as though you are Ms. Uchida. REQUEST a quotation that includes a competitive analysis, and ask TWO questions about their service. (Possible questions include when the audit might happen, how long it will take, if the website will need to be inactive during the audit, etc.)
Dear Ms. Uchida,
We’d like to thank you for sending in your inquiry on November 6th regarding a quotation for auditing your website.
Based on an initial estimation, we are happy to offer you a quotation based on your requests. Please find the official pricing quotation attached to this email. Note that this quotation includes website performance, search engine, and conversion rate optimization. Should you want additional services, we’d be happy to discuss it further with you and provide another quotation.
Please do not hesitate to get back to us with any questions about the quotation or our services.
Directions: Respond to the email as if you are trying to sell your house privately. Answer the questions and provide at least TWO details about the neighbourhood and ONE reason why you can or can't negotiate the price.
From: Taryn Kent
Subject: Your home
Sent: January 7
Hello. I've been looking at the photo gallery of your online home buyer's ad. Congratulations on trying to sell your home without a real estate agent. It is difficult (we have done it twice) but is worth the effort if you find a reasonable buyer. My sister is interested in buying a home in your region. Your home could be ideal if you are willing to negotiate the price. Your asking price is about $10,000 above her budget. She also wants to live near an elementary school and a bus route. I'm not sure if your home is near these amenities. Could you let me know about these details? Most importantly, are you open to negotiation on the price? Please let me know when the house would be available for viewing.
What is happening in this painting? Imagine you are one of the people in the painting. What are you doing? How do you feel? What can you hear and smell? You can even write a short story as though you are in the painting—be creative!
Some people who have lived in another country have trouble when they come home. What kind of problems do these people have and why? Could these troubles be beneficial to the individual or their society?
QUESTIONS 1–5: Write a sentence based on a picture
DIRECTIONS: In this part of the test, you will write ONE sentence that is based on a picture. With each picture, you will be given TWO words or phrases that you must use in your sentence. You can change the forms of the words and you can use the words in any order.