Sunday, June 5, 2016


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test five you will hear a number of
different recordings

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and you'll have to answer questions on
what you hear

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there will be time for you to read the
instructions

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and questions and you'll have a chance
to check your work

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all the recordings will be played once
only

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the test is in four sections

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at the end of the test you will be given
10 minutes to transfer your answers

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to answer sheet now turn to section 1

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section 1 you will hear a conversation
between a house in agent

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and a college student who wants to rent
a house first you have some time to look

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at questions 124

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you will see that there is an example
which has been done for you

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on this occasion only the conversation
relating to this

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will be played first

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good afternoon and welcome to habitat
hunted you must be Joseph

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yes that's right you said on the phone
like to come by it

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2 o'clock story I'm a little early now

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no problem at all in Calgary's market
you have to move fast if you want to get

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apartment

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actually YTL almost anything I've been
here 10 days in the hotel is ruining me

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my father has been on a strict budget
sit right down here now for

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let's talk a little about the places
before we go have a look

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now we have four apartments available
okay

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could you tell me more about those for
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Shaw the first one is on B toll road

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just a block off campus it's a three
bedroom with the bathroom and the living

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room

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and a great Italian restaurant right
next to it

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the agent says that the first apartment
is a three bedroom apartment

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with the great Italian restaurant right
next to it

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so restaurant has been written in the
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now we shall begin you should on so the
questions as you listen

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because you will not hear the recording
a second time

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listen carefully and answer questions
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good afternoon and welcome to habitat
hunters

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you must be Joseph yes that's right you
said on the phone that I could come by

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it

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2 o'clock sorry I'm a little early now

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no problem at all in Calgary's market
you have to move fast if you want to get

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apartment

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actually YTL almost anything I've been
here 10 days in the hotel is ruining me

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my father has been on a strict budget
sit right down here now

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to let's talk a little about the places
before we go have a look

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now we have four apartments available
okay

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could you tell me more about those for
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Shaw the first one is on B toll road
just a block off campus

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it's a three bedroom with the bathroom
and the living room

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and a great Italian restaurant right
next to it how much

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well in its 435 dollars a month

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including internet and utilities okay
that sounds reasonable

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any drawbacks to the house there's a
really big garden but it hasn't been

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taking care of over the years

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and is just too big to clean up nicely

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hmm that sound okay tell about the next
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the other three bedroom apartment is on
ok ington Avenue on campus

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it is right near the building where you
have classes and the kitchen and living

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room a newly furnished

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while that sounds like a pretty good
option well

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is a cool apartment but since it's a
dormitory the living room bathroom

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kitchen and washing machine all shared

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it would be nice not to have to buy a
living room furniture though

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how much as this one four hundred
dollars per month for a bedroom with an

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air conditioner

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for a bedroom without an air conditioner
you would pay less

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three hundred and forty dollars for it
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even with the air conditioner sounds
really inconvenient

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had to shared facilities I'll never cook
if I have to walk down the hall to use

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the kitchen

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yeah that's true

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before you hear the rest of the
conversation you have some time

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to look at questions five to 10

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now listen and answer questions five to
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anyway the next place is a two bedroom
on main street

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all I like meat Street that off campus
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yep it's pretty cool but it only has two
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plus living room and a study but I want
to live together with my two friends

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so you could make the study into a small
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if you end up living with them also we
guys want a TB

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and DVD player since we're all so much
into movies

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well this place has a great TV and VCR
up but no DVD player

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no DVD and so weird a universal it is
provided

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as you said with enough it also comes to
the wash basin

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is there a washing machine I think we
need that more than just the wash basin

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I'm afraid there's no washing machine in
the apartment

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while so old-fashioned maybe it's not
the best choice for three college guys

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how much is it well its six hundred
dollars per month

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but of course it would be cheaper if you
made it into three bedrooms instead of

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two

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Murray the pub located its 2500 Meade
Street where there are a lot of us

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it would be affordable but to get pretty
noisy

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and that sounds really expensive rental
place in a noisy area

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how about the last place this one's on
campus in the Devon close complex

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it's a one bedroom so it will be a
little quieter than the meats to replace

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one bedroom haha that could be good for
focusing on my studies

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well to have it comes to the living room
and a study

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and includes a really nice lamp in the
study that has a bunch of different

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settings

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you know what else is cool there's a
dining hall downstairs so

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all evening meals for free you can
purchase breakfast and lunch

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but meals after 6 p.m. a free while this
place sounds too good to be true

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is it really expensive it's alright five
hundred dollars per month

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but there's no bathroom what the
bathroom

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well there's no bathroom in the
apartment but there's one at the end of

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the whole

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mmm thanks I think now I just have to
decide what I want to live alone or not

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you know which one do you prefer I think
I choose to be this apartment

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or the one on people rode okay you'd
better think about it

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and then you can contact me ASAP fine

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thanks for your help you're welcome

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that is the end of section one you now
have half a minute

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to check your answers

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now turn to section two

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section 2

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you'll hear a talk about the waste
collection in Baltimore

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first you have some time to look at
questions 11 to 15

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now listen carefully and answer
questions

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hi folks my name is a writer Johnston
and I am here from the Baltimore

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Department of Public waste

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thank you for coming out to a community
meeting tonight

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I've got a few words to say about the
waste collection here in Baltimore

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first there's the sorted collection bins
themselves

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they're made of sturdy solid material so
none of your trash can seep out open to

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the bin

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also since these things sit out on the
curb overnight to rain or shine

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they have to be waterproof week on
topwater getting up in it and filling up

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the been

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remember to pay attention to which been
is which

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and sort your waist accordingly you
should have a blue or green bin for

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recyclable garbage

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a yellow been on recyclable garbage and
a red pin for toxic waste

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our citywide waste management is divided
into two services

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the first is commercial waste collection
or trash collection from buildings

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the majority of building waste is paper
which goes in the bill a green bins

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you'll notice in your office buildings
there are signs that warn you not to

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overfill these bins

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all that paper adds up and an
overflowing been it

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infinitely harder for collectors to
carry to the truck and MT

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aside from paper another large sausage
building wasted metals

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metal such as tea now you mean him
commit put in the yellow recycle bins

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but metals like lead and copper should
be disposed of

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in the red bins these heavy metals the
harmful to the environment

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and exacerbate our city's existing
pollution problem

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knots about all the information you need
for building waste

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moving on to the second service
household waste collection is probably

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what he primarily think of

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when you think of what we do here many
of the same guidelines apply

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the sorting is the famous Setra please
remember to keep garbage like kitchen

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waste in a plastic bag

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it makes collection easier and lessens
the abominable

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rotten trash smell

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before you hear the rest have the talk
you have some time to look at question

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16 to 20

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now listen and answer questions 16 to 20

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so after we take our trash away what
happens to it

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we take all the garbage to one of a
number of copies disposal plants each of

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which

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is located in the middle of an open
space have some sought

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no one wants to have their home or
office right next door to a waste

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disposal pawn right

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waste is collected and then disposed of
once every four weeks

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a lot of trash can build up in that time
so we're in the process of developing a

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plan to fund collection more frequently

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ideally it would be collected weekly but
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biweekly

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the garbage trucks make their rounds to
clear the pins at night

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in order to avoid traffic I'm sure
you've seen how much waste your own

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household produces in a given week

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now imagine all the trash produced by

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all the households in Baltimore it's a
lot right

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it may surprise you that this amount is
only marginal compared to commercial

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waste

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yep the main ways produces actually
businesses

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industrial facilities retail and office
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hard to believe humans produce that much
waste right

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no wonder we have pollution problems
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after all incoming ways distorted
recyclables offend to a recycling plant

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well Coppage and toxic waste transported
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for treatment

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items such as stones which should not be
disposed of in our bins

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are separated out and discarded once the
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process

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it is compacted and disposed of with all
the other trash

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and finally when the landfill space is
full it is buried deep underground

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and in time something new is built on
the land that everything about waste

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collection

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thank you for listening are there any
questions

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that is the end of Section two you now
have half a minute

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to check your answers

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now turned to section 3 section 3

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you will hear a student called Julie
talking to her classmate named Ricky

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about in USA the professor johnson
assigned

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first you have some time to look at
questions 21

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now listen carefully and answer
questions 21

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range yearly

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Ricky hi Ricky how are you I noticed you
weren't in Psychology Today

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I'm feeling sick so I didn't go to
school today which one telling me what I

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missed in class of

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sure thing I'm sorry not feeling well

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anyway we spent most of the class
talking about a new FA that professor

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johnson to find

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you need to choose one of the ball
heading from the no system in research

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it

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while I picked the wrong day to miss
Clough

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you show a dead could you tell me the

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specific requirements this paper show up

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you need to find scientific research
that supports your claim

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as one of your references a combi from
sum up the case studies we discussed in

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class

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or you can find your own or even better

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you can conduct your own research I'm
sure that would get your day

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have you decided what your going to do
yet

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also where you're getting your
references yeah I'm gonna research

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facial recognition by

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infants I've already found a few
experiments in scientific journals

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that would probably be a good start for
you there are tons of journals in the

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library

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great idea thanks I'm considering
writing my essay on the effective

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one other psychotropic drugs we talked
about in class of I'm sure there's lotsa

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stuff about on the internet

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only allowed to use information from the
Internet saw

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you can use that as long as it's not
your main source for information

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you'll probably want to cite some of the
experiments we went over

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good idea thanks I'm gonna try to find
some information for a bunch different

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sources

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before you hear the rest have the talk
you have some time to look at questions

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25 to 30

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now listen and answer questions 25 to 30

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other

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cations or felt yes they should be
written yeah

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professor johnson wants it double spaced
it should be between six to ten pages

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long

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six to 10 pages but so much

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ok gonna take forever I know

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the Hoke of Corona and when he said that
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you also need to put the title in
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each section heading or just the main
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only the main headings should be in
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supposed to be in the same format

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but maybe in bold you'll have to take
that ink off next time

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0 okay so I take it the report has to be
typed

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sensor so many requirements what are the
other formatting requirements

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yep it's got to be typed aside from that
there are still a few more

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specifications

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you should number each page make sure it
goes up in the top right corner

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okay I'll make sure to write that down

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with forget to number pages do we need
to title and date

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each page 2 you need the shortened title
on every page

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but no need to include the date that
should just be on the cover page

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okay thanks no problem also

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make sure the margins a 3.25 pixels wide

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well

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completeness or how to do that Heights
okay I can show you

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it's really easy i think thats all the
directions he gave us

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a lot of formatting requirements but we
have the freedom to research many things

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that we like

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so that's good all I almost forgot

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remember to put down your ID number on
your report

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thanks so much for your help of the ring
close Monday

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no problem glad I could help see you
later

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that is the end of Section three you now
have hoffa minutes to check your answers

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now turned to section 4

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or

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section 4

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you will hear a lecture on environmental
science first you have some time to look

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at questions 31 to 40

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now listen carefully and answer
questions 31 to 40

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good morning and welcome to yet another
lecture and environmental science

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I don't think I'm telling you a secret
when I mention that water is a big worry

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here in Australia

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the stuff is scarce perhaps that's why
we doing so much beer

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a seriously though a safe and reliable
source of water is one of the great

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concerns a people everywhere

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moreover the world population grows

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the pressure on existing water supplies
grows greater and greater

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think about it our economic system
demands

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but there be more and more consumers the
growing number of people has been tied

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to climate change

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including droughts so more people means

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less wat up but our economic system
demands a high birthrate

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forget about oil soon enough you'll see
walls

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food water mark my words but today I'm
going to confine my remarks to Australia

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as noted already here down under the
water supplies extremely scary ass

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the only dry continent isn't arts ago
and remember no one really lives there

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anyway moreover in recent years the wind
patterns have changed

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rain the used to fall on the country now
falls out to see hundreds of miles to

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the south

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now when I speak if people needing water
most if you probably think I'm drinking

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certainly everyone needs water for
drinking but surprising as it may sound

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drinking is not anywhere near being the
main use

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for water most water is actually used
for washing

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when you take a shower you probably use
in well over a hundred liters of water

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every time you flush a toilet that's
about eight liters

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but most people drink no more than two
liters or so per day

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same way to get wassup it could be
obtained from rainwater

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but often rainfall consists of other
harmful pollutants that evaporated with

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the water

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in fact acid rain an intense example of
this

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causes harmful effects on the wildlife
for the habitat on which it falls

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water from underground could also be
used though it is more difficult to

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contain

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and off to moscow through an extensive
cleansing process

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the purest water is found in rivers
creeks

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legs and dams and sad to say

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Australia has precious few these really

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how many have you home towns have rivers
year-round rivers I mean

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the soil tends to be sandy so water
soaks into the ground

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many places a rocky to so 87 percent at
the rainfall is lost to evaporation

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that's almost twice the evaporation rate
in my native Canada

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speaking a brain we already heard her
rainfall is diminishing here

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initially on a the quantity itself isn't
the only problem

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either going back to the problems with
obtaining rainwater

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for the problem is that brain is a
useful source of water

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only air pollution is fairly mild a gain

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you in a situation where you can win you
need water where most people live

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people tend to build cities where
rainfall is adequate

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but then modern cities tend to feature
polluted air

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which renders the rain far less easily
usable okay

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let's take a look at the table here
you'll see it showing the relative

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pollution rainfall in the World Cities

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the more people the dirty the rain this
is becoming a huge concern for people in

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the West

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who want their water to be pure and safe
they're reliable drinking water is

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important everywhere

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the concern in the West is reflected in
all the government regulations and

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political campaigns

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aimed at solving this problem in
contrast

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they're not as many demands made on the
government's in Asian and African

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cultures to improve the water

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as their focus is on other issues now

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whatever the source of water we can
never afford to forget that all water is

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highly vulnerable to contamination

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whether we getting it from the ground
from bodies of water all rainfall

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it is susceptible to a variety of toxins
in fact

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that's why we clean it before using it
water carries with it

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filth and dirt this problem shows up in
a number of different ways

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as humans and all other animals need
water to survive

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it's no surprise to us the one of the
most important domestic uses a water is

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for drinking

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yet if you have old fashion lead pipes
you may slowly be poisoning yourself by

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drinking that nice Clearwater

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the industrial pollution farm chemicals
and leaky landfills

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a well known sources of contaminants as
well

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so what is being done to ensure

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we Australians a safe and steady supply
of drinking water

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there are a lot have initiatives the
make admirable efforts to remedy this

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issue

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we'll be talking about this when we meet
again on Thursday

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but as a preview I can tell you that so
far the amount of real solutions that

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have been produced

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is not nearly adequate tradition me
we've been very free in this country

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that means that every person in every
province tend to go its own way

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so the mechanisms for water management
are in a word

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insufficient to begin seeing how this is
so

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I want you to read something before our
next class the Los a previous date on

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water usage in water management are
inconclusive

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and have thus caused quite a concern we
can learn a lot from the contents have

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reports

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written on the subject the basis for the
government's water policy

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is the 1989 white paper reporting on
water use

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present and future if you compare the
numbers of it in the paper with those in

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the text

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you'll find that the report his brother
untrustworthy truth being told

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I'm being too kind when I say that

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that is the end of Section 4 you now
have hoffa minutes to check your answers

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that is the end of the listening test in
the aisles test

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you will now have 10 minutes to transfer
your answers to answer sheet

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