Sunday, June 5, 2016

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test one 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

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now turn to section 1

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section 1 you will hear a conversation
between a Clark from a moving company

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and a woman who wants to relocate to the
United States

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first you have some time to look at
questions 126

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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 morning ma'am and welcome to
Australia's moving experience

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how can I help you well on I hope you
can help me

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I'm so up in the air right now on just
calm down now

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let me guess you moving and it has you a
little confused

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that's it exactly easy I'm relocating to
the United States next month

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and I'm having a hard time getting
organized here

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fill out your name and address and let
me ask you a few questions I'm

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what should I call you my name is Jane
saying bond

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the woman says that her full name is
Jane bond

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so Jane bond 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 morning ma'am and welcome to
Australia's moving experience

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how can I help you well on I hope you
can help me I'm so up in the air right

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now

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on just calm down now let me guess

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you moving and it has you a little
confused that's it exactly

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EC I'm relocating to the United States
next month

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and I'm having a hard time getting
organized here

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fill out your name and address and let
me ask you a few questions I'm

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what should I call you my name is Jane
Jane bond

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okay jane first ball what's your work
phone number

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in case I have any questions about
things my work phone

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is 9463 triple 50

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but please try not to call me too often
there

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my boss hates personal calls so does my
mom save docs

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mine I'm what address should we ship
your things to you

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my new company is letting me stay
temporarily

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at five 09 caught house that see

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L a RK 1137

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University Drive in Seattle Seattle

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beautiful city I hear mountains right
beside the ocean almost

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cooler than Australia to okay and when
should we come pack your things

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I guess that would be on Monday March 11

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do you want any help with an after
batting cleanup we do that for small

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additional charge

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yes that would be helpful I promise the
landlord i'd give her the keys back by 5

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p.m. on

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Thursday the 14th great will just showed
you the clean up for that day

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that way the place will smell clean and
I'll be no dust

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well you do you think everything oh wow
how much is this going to cost

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here is a list bob basic prices Bhutia

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this scenes rather expensive yes ma'am
but you're paying for the best

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we care for and with fast by Chris a the
anything we break a speed records

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getting you moved

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well maybe that solo

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all I nearly forgot to tell you I don't
want my furniture shipped with me

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I won't be looking for an apartment till
after i right

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in america would it be possible to put
my furniture in storage here for a month

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then have it sent a long way to of
course we do that all the time

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a couple of other things here at a
moving experience we try to pack your

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things logically

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we don't just throw stuff in boxes

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

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at questions seven to 10

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now listen and answer questions

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on to 10

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do you have any special requests you
know things %um packed in some special

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place

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so you know where to find them like what
coordinate things like dishes maybe

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not to be rude but you look like a lady
likes to eat II

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yes I need my dishes and things where I
can find them quickly

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great will put those dishes and cutlery
in what we call the emergency pack

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committing to anything else hmm I do
have an antique tea kettle my great

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grandmother gave my mother

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I wouldn't want to lose that so I guess
you'd better put that in storage with

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the furniture

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grandma's tea kettle with the furniture
got it

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say how about things like your alarm
clock you don't want to miss you playing

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on the big day

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right well you certainly think I've
everything

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yes that's right also need my long cock
where I can find it

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fine we'll put that in your personal
package and of course will give you a

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list of where we packed everything

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so would you have to do you want
Thursday the 14th is grab your luggage

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on your way out the door

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um I couldn't help noticing the new CD
player carrying

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is that %uh some some why yes it is one
of their best

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cost me nearly a hundred dollars it did
do you want to take special care about

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I mean is brand new take care of it but
nothing special

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you can just put it in storage with the
furniture that looks like everything we

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need help

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I guess you're all set I was certainly
quick thank you young man

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this has been a most moving experience

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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 hear an introduction to a conference
on computer system language learning

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first you have some time to look at
questions 11 to 16

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now listen carefully and answer
questions 11 to 16

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good morning everyone and why

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come to the 2nd annual Waterloo
conference on mastering computer

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languages

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I hope you all had a good trip before we
get underway with today's program

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let me fill you in as to what's on tap
for tomorrow

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Sunday February 19 at 9am

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right here in the main hall we'll be
hearing a lecture from Doctor John Smith

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about computer is teacher professor
Smith

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from the University of Melbourne is a
well cloth expert in the field of

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computer assisted education

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and his talk promises to be both
stimulating and informative

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immediately afterwards at 10:30 there
will be a presentation at papers by

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various delegate

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not however will take place in the
garden room on the ground floor

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if you don't yet know the garden rooms
also called the ballroom

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and will be gathering at the west end
the slightly raised area called level 2

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just look for the crowd if you get lost

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there are signs in the foyer after all
that thinking talking and listening

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I expect everyone will be a bit weary so
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there will be a break for coffee cookies
and other light refreshments these will

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be available at the aptly named
refreshment stand

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place by the door back here in the main
hall also if you choose to skip the

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formal launch

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you can buy a packed lunch at the stand
for a reasonable price

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I strongly urge you however to join us
at the formal lunch

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but won't be till one o'clock shop so
you have time to stroll about town a bit

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will be eating at the Seaview restaurant
the restaurant is located right here in

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the hotel

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on the top floor it's a good dozen
flights of stairs

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so I suggest you take the lift on the
ground for a if you not found a fish

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there's an all-you-can-eat barbecue
available as well thank even of a

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wallaby need

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after lunch will truth back downstairs
to level 2 in the ballroom for the

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presentation up for the papers

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which will begin at 2 p.m. please try to
be on time

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I know you'll be a bit tired after lunch
but the ballroom echo saw with people

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coming in late

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thank you in advance

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once we've had the papers will break
afternoon tea at 3:10 p.m.

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no need to walk the manager their fresh
mint and has graciously agreed to have

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tea served in the ballroom

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he's even promised of some special
scones

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baked from a recipe a 50-year-old
Scottish grandmother

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then t being drunken scones munched

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will retire here to the main hall for
some closing remarks and questions

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so by five o'clock we should have the
conference wrapped up

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but the fun is it over this is Australia
mate

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will be flocking to the hotel zone palm
lounge on the east side in the foyer for

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an informal reception

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you can relax mingle with the other
delicate

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and let your hair down a bit this will
run from 510 to fix 10

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though you're free to stay as long as
you like the lounge manager has informed

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me

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that for the duration of the actual
reception you can have

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all you can drink beer for twenty
dollars with purchase

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up in advance ticket

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before you hear the rest of the talk you
have some time to look at question 17

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220

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now listen and answer questions

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17 to 20

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and yes tickets can be purchased from
any conference organizer

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all at the front desk anytime between
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and start to the reception I suggest you
come by tomorrow evening to pick up the

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ticket

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since the conference whole only hold 800
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that way you can also get your journey
planned ahead of time

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and be sure not to miss this truly
memorable conference

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if you want cocktails however I'm sorry

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you'll have to pay for those at the
regular price oh my goodness

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speaking up paying I see I forgot to
tell you a couple of things

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the first is about lunch the charge for
the lunch will be fifteen dollars for

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all you delegate

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if you have guests with you the cost is
$25 dollars for the general public

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and six dollars $50 for children under
the age of 10

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that fifteen dollars each not total for
everyone

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another item is about the lunch menu

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I'm very much urge you to try the fish I
mean look at the restaurant's name the

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Seaview

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as the name suggests is a famous seafood
restaurant

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the chef in the back from Spain and he
really gets quite put out when people

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ignore his fish specialities for burgers
a barbecue

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if fish isn't your thing though try to
stake

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he makes an exquisite feel a mignon
topped with bleu cheese and mushrooms

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finally if you'd like to buy ticket you
can have both the launch

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and unlimited beer thirty-five dollars I
should have mentioned that earlier

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but I have a bit forgetful maybe I
should avoid the beer after the

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conference a

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well I've set my bit other any questions

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that is the end of sex

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into you now have half a minute to check
your answers

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now turned to Section three

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section 3

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you will hear a student Cortina asking
professor van de Zande for advice on

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choosing courses

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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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hello are you professor Vandy's in yes

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I am and who might you be oh ok sorry at
my name is Tina

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I'm a freshman here they told me I
should I ask you for advice in choosing

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courses

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well that's part of what I'm here for

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please come in and sit down now what are
your questions

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I almost don't know everything is so
confusing

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like what is a specialized course

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0 easy a specialized courses one that is
compulsory

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meaning it's a requirement for your
major and regular so

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you can't place out by taking a
proficiency exam

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that sounds pretty strict then

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what all these general courses I seem to
have to take so many

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nothing to be alarmed over these are
course is open to all students and not

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directly related to your major

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the university offers these general
courses to choose so that you can become

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more well-rounded individuals

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for example I see your %uh microbiology
major

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so it might be a good idea to take some
literature

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or history courses so that you can know
something besides all science

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you mean these courses are like for fun

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that might be one way to look at it but
don't tell the literature professor such

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a thing

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they cover general courses the opposite
other specified course

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a specified course is one that pertains
directly to your major

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so can I take any microbiology cause I
want

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let's see 0 those courses used to be
open to microbiology students only

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the good thing is now it's open to
students on a flexible schedule

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so it's not only for full-time students
so the answer is yes

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if you have the instructor's permission
may I ask you why you chose microbiology

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well I also like plain old biology to

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you know from five animals I might even
become

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a veterinarian can I take from biology
classes

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well they are open to full-time students
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which I believe is what you are I don't
know how our freshmen would get along

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with microbiology though

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I mean most to the students presently
looking into it are from

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off-campus off-campus years you know

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people who use it in their work at
hospitals laboratories

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even a police detective why did you
choose microbiology

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if I may ask I don't think you quite
answer that

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well eventually I want to be a doctor at
least my dad tells me sad

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if I may say so young lady you seem a
little uncertain

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still I think that might be a good idea
for a career

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of course if you're thinking about being
either a doctor or a vent

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you should take some medical science
classes before you even think applying

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to med school

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great what should I take there is one
small problem

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the new medical sciences building is
under construction

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so there are no experimental facilities
available until next year

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I'm afraid you'll have to wait but don't
forget to take those courses at the

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first opportunity

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all Obama is there any other course
you'd recommend for someone like me

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well since you seem to like animals have
you ever thought about looking into

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environmental science

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no I never really thought about it
before is it worthwhile

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quaint in fact it's the fastest-growing
subject on this campus

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before you hear the rest of the talk you
have some time to look at questions 27

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2:30

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now listen and answer questions 27 to 30

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I'm so

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sorry I couldn't help noticing the long
list of classes you written out there

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may I have a look Osho medical science

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statistics laboratory techniques
medicine mathematics computing

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my name I a bit have everything here

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is it too much for your first semester

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yes what I suggest is starting out by
taking the compulsory courses

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like we said before the medical science
can wait

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consider taking that in your sophomore
year

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I think I'd put of computing to I
recommend to all freshmen that I talked

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to

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to get the compulsory mathematics out of
the way as early as possible

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so take that one it'll be one less
difficult course you have to focus on

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when the science lab opens next year

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and you have to catch up on classes like
laboratory techniques

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your major also require statistics

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so you have to balance two math classes
and no doubt

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you should take that otherwise get your
required medicine course out of the way

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by taking something theory-based

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oh ok or send your environmental science
clients

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if you're interested the others can wait
though I think computing is definitely a

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good idea

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even though it's not required I see two
on your paper there you seem to have had

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high marks on the entrance exam

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I yeah I guess so don't be shy

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have you thought about applying for a
scholarship do they have any

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I mean my dad is always complaining
about how much money it costs him

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in your department there are actually
three full scholarships available

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they cover tuition and provide one
thousand five hundred dollars cash

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one thousand five hundred dollars cash

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party please miss the money is intended
more as a text book allowance

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not party money if you promise to behave

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I'll show you how to apply great and
thanks

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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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section 4

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you will hear a lecture about how to
choose flooring materials

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first you have some time to look at
questions 31 to 40

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now listen carefully and answer
questions 31 to 40

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we've been talking about

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choosing building materials in the last
week now

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a great many factors influence the
choice of building materials

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you can make a house of cards right and
people who live in glass houses and all

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that anyhow

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today I'd like to say a few words about
flooring some

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artificial materials can be used like
plastic for instance

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which of a mixed blessings when used as
a flooring surface

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on the one hand plastic is cheaper than
nearly any other alternative

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shorter background plastic also does not
warp like wood

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on the other hand the best that can be
said about plastic

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is that it looks like wood or stone
however a panel replace the real

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materials

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as I have mentioned I'm fixing up a new
house

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the decorating my wife hired told me
plastic does a great job looking exactly

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like plastic besides it scratches easily

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fades or discuss and starts cracking
within a year or two

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so if you're fitting out a sleazy hotel
plan to live in a trailer park

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go with the plastic really day for all
intents and purposes

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this leaves us with wood or stone as
choices for flooring

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stone and wood are alike in at least one
respect:

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both get three processing before they
can be put to use

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since few overs cotta own lumber or
quarry our own stone

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this is not perhaps a pressing concern
still do yourself as would do well to

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remember to buy only properly seasoned
wood

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unseasoned would warps and a warped
floor

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quickly becomes firewood and its own it
quickly becomes poorer

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likewise except for dole huge materials
like slate or sandstone

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most in-flows a polished before
installation the choice goes well beyond

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as wood or stone

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each type requires many further
considerations a few special remarks are

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called for when considering would

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for example as always aesthetics
personal taste and layout

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all play roles as well as the type of
house all room

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0 and certainly don't forget the cost
when it comes to cost a rule of thumb is

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that the softer and less exotic the wood

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the lower the cost in the US for
instance pine is both ubiquitous and

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cheap

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mahogany is imported an exorbitantly
expensive

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if you are in any kinda budget when
remodeling

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it's really helpful to remember to go
for the softer woods aside from cost

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there are still lots of different
factors that are important in choosing

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the best flooring for the job

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continuing with the example of wood one
must consider the effects of each type

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would on the mood of the room

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when selecting the best word to use
particular attention needs to be paid to

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its grain patten's

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texture and Carla in rooms where
relaxation or deep blue waters the aim

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say bedrooms all study dog strong
grained woods

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other rule here at the grain or to match
the furniture for feeling of a margin

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eighty

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in rooms where activity in motion a
typical

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the dining room living room lighter
finer grain lumber is more suitable

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in such a setting the wood grain might
be useful

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in offering a contrast to the furniture
this leads to a fear love subconscious

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excitement in keeping with the rooms
function

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in either case though consult a
decorator it is a decorator's job to

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know what materials to use to fit the
function at the room

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though some things about putting
together a room on subjective and based

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on one's individual taste

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materials appropriate two rooms function
a much more straightforward

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a decorator takes the need to the
customer and uses a mathematical formula

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rather than subjective words since
feelings vary from person to person

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verbal descriptions of wood types tend
to be ambiguous

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you want the word you select not
something approximate

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and if you do decide to do yourself
remember that all wood must be treated

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with preservatives to enhance

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its appearance and preserve its natural
beauty

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in the case of stone or quarry tile as
backup flooring stone is probably called

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a new set of considerations must be
weighed up simple color aside

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the degree of reflection must be kept in
mind this is called the reflectance rate

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which is expressed in a number between
0.0 and 1.0

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depending on the amount lighted reflects
at one end to the scale is polished

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silver

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as a rising up 1.0 this shiny surface
reflects nearly all the light directed

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at iad

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numbers closer to zero describe
materials that absorb more light

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moving down the scale a bit we see the
plastic that has been painted wide

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as abrasive zero-point aids which makes
sense

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we know that the color white reflects
all other color

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while black absorbs all color and
plastic itself as a relatively

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reflective material

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materials that are denser and Dhaka have
reflectance rates much closer to zero

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the quarry tile I mentioned a while ago
has a motive 0.1

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as you may know quarry tile is generally
dark brown and made from clay

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so it is quite dense of course there is
considerable variation among types of

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quarry tile

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because at the hue or treatment on the
clay during its creation

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does anyone have any guesses as to what
material may have a race have almost 0.0

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we can get most of these materials are
black in color

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but plastic would and even stone
reflects sunlight

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more material with the radar almost 0.0

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is black velvet the text to produce is
almost no shine

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at all correr a marble despite its wide
hugh

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is actually lower in reflectivity been
black on x

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in any case the fact the tiles vary
somewhat

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should not be forgotten highly
reflective floor would not be suitable

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in a library

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it will be indispensable in a ballroom
should remember large enough to feature

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one

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again a rule of thumb is that light
means

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lively since form and material follow
function

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one should only use the more reflective
materials in rooms

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whether conservation an expression of
energy is important

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bear in mind to the most types of stone
cost more than all but the rarest would

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of course there is no reason why some
rooms in the house should not feature

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wood floors

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of the stone tiles you can even mix the
two

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a room with wood panels on the walls can
have a beautiful stone floor

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my bedroom has white birch walls and a
light blue slate floor

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the place looks like a Russian hunting
lodge

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remember though go with what feels right
for you

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good taste and the laws of interior
design other home owners servants

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not his master its only beautiful when
you decide it is

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I mean you're the one who lives there
not the decorator

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rights okay are there any questions

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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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