Welcome back, everyone! This is a continuation of what I did last week on my TOEIC video. Because it gained a lot of subs, traction, and love, I decided to continue what’s hot. So, here’s the second part of the video I did last week!
A. The main focus of the chart/table/form
B. Details of how information in the chart/table/form is meant to be used.
C. Information about who the text is from or intended for.
D. Extra details that indicate changes/differences to information in the chart/table/form
E. Background information that relates to the chart/table/form or the people who use it.
**I’ve put the answers next to the numbers for you guys to understand how it works!
Date: October 27th
Subject: November Visit
After my visit last month, I would like to talk about some of the different approaches for improving sales that were discussed at last year’s sales conference. I would appreciate it if you would set aside the whole day on the 25th of November.
so that I can meet with you and your sales team. I am including, in the attachment, the most recent sales figures from last year for you and your team to review before we meet.
See you next month.
5) D Jan-Mar April-June July-August
Toyota 1521 655 *232
Mitsubishi 756 943 1100
Honda 1873 800 422
6) E * model discontinued in December
A) The number of vehicles sold by one manufacturer
B) Sales figures for four years.
2. Who sent this email?
A) John Smith
B) Arsenio Buck
3. Which model sold the greatest number overall?
4. Which was the most successful period for sales of the Toyota?
5. What will happen in December?
A) There was a sales conference.
B) The Toyota model was discontinued.
6. How many Mitsubishi’s were sold in December?
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