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Question 10 -12 refer to the following agenda and letter.
Walken Student Empowerment Conference
Schedule of Events
Thursday, November 10
2.00 P.M. Open Registration – Walken University Park
3.30 P.M. Welcome and Introduction by Dean Alison Murret – Griffen Hall
4.15 P.M. First speaker: Harry Lothian – St. Exupery Auditorium
Chair of Economics, Senior Student Advisor
“Transition from lecture hall to boardroom”
5.00 P.M. Main speaker: horst Van Buren – St. Exupery Auditorium
Chairman of Alliance Department Stores
“Making your way in the real world – struggles and successes”
6.00 P.M. Reception with Horst Van Burren – Vimy Atrium
7.00 P.M. Dinner at the Brownsville Inn
Dear Mr. Van Buren,
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the very interesting and motivational talk at our conference last Thursday. I am sure the students found it particularly inspirational as they prepare to make their way in the working world.
Thank you also for the generous award donation that you made and for agreeing to present the grand price during the reception after your talk.
I am sure I speak for the rest of the faculty and the student council when I say we would be honored if you would consider speaking at future conferences.
With sincerest appreciation and best wishes.
10. For whom was the conference probably intended?
(A) High school students applying for university
(B) Students who will soon graduate from university
(C) Former university students who are now working
(D) Company workers taking university night school courses
11. What is suggested about Mr Van Burren?
(A) He has spoken at the university before.
(B) He is a teacher of economics.
(C) He attended Walken University as a student.
(D) He has given some money to the university.
12. In the letter, the word ‘rest’ in paragraph 3, line 1 is closest in meaning to