Sunday, June 5, 2016

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test three 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 section 1

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you will hear a conversation between a
customer service representative

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and a customer who demands a full refund
first you have some time to look at

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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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hello

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and welcome

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to under pressure enterprises customer
service department

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this is Carrie how may I help you yes
I'm calling about one of your rice

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cookers I just purchased

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the customer says that he is calling
about one of the rice cookers

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he just purchased so rice cooker

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has been written in the space now we
shall begin

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you should on so the questions as you
listen because you will not hear the

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recording

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a second time listen carefully

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and answer questions one 24

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and welcome to under pressure
enterprises customer service department

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this is Kenny how may I help you yes I'm
calling about one of your rice cookers I

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just purchased

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what seems to be the problem a seems
there's no seeming about it

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the blasted thing shoots hot steam all
over the place that's what

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it nearly scolded my hand when I went to
open it

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why it could have killed the cat or
something it could have exploded and

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killed my wife and me

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a so please calm down as long as the
sting

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escaped the coca it won't explode so
you're telling me there's no problem

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are you calling be alive but no one is
calling you a liar

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yes so I demand a full refund

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under pressure will be happy to refund
your money a now

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I just need some basic information okok

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sorry I do tend to get a little hot
under the collar

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my wife tells me to slow down so

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what do you need to know so don't worry
I just need to ask you the model number

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sucka

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where are my glasses are

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here let she %ah

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its are two 42 ought to

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42 okay and how much did you pay for the
product

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89 pounds 99 it was on sale

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I guess I should tell you thank you that
honest of the

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now where did you buy the coca which
store

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and which brunch at that big electric
drive appliance store downtown

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the city centre brunch that's the one
and

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you say the problem is that this team
escaped yes it does

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no problem sir if a steam escaping

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clearly the cooker is broken or
defective so we haven't

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are two 42 cooker with an escaping steam
problem

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it was bought from electric-life city
centre branch

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$89.99 is that correct yes than his

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erect 0 I nearly forgot when did you buy
the coca

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just as soon as my wife got the crazy
idea if you live longer she stops eating

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good English food

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roast beef and mash no all she say she
launches rice and vegetables and sauces

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you do not soak your feet in

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before you hear the rest of the
conversation

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you have some time to look at questions
five to 10

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now listen and answer questions five to
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for her

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when did you buy it oh there I go again

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let's see we bought it just six months
ago

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we hardly use it either but six months

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is that to bone I mean for the water and
Jean

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very well that's well within the
warranty period

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now what's your name and address name
and address

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what flaw for it is company policy

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if you want your money you must inform
me money whose aim

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0 my name is herbert Hewitt

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and my address is 84 Park Road

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it back here in Coventry yes the postal
code is be

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024 one DJ

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but I don't think sending things in the
mail is very secure

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all very efficient I mean don't worry
mister hewitt don't worry

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we can credit the money to your credit
card you do have one don't you

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yes then shall we paid for the cooker oh
yes we still have the number on the

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computer

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I only need to ask you 'cause expiry
date I'm afraid I never give that sort

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of information out

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by me to one shoe have the hatch anyone
could go

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charging things and stuff

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I said you expiry date not your cup of
what

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0 yes foolish me up 'cause

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you didn't say password let's see

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but will be April 2000 8

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April 2008 very well your cart still has
nearly two months left to go

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well get that refund right to you
probably by five o'clock this evening

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you had better if I don't get my money

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wat wat yes I know I'm losing my temper
again

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I really am sorry I haven't had my
medicine today

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and so just one more question for our
records

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how often do you go shopping in the city
centre brunch

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oh well it's hard to say I suppose maybe
once a month

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but I can tell you this if I don't get
my refund

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I'll never shop there again cool

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hi think it's time to start looking for
another job

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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 it all

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counselor from the University of New
South Wales

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who will introduce some useful
facilities and services

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on the campus 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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11 215

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and welcome to the University of New
South Wales

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the first thing I'd like to do it
today's orientation session is get you

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all oriented

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that means tell you the location of them
use of facilities and services

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so festival take out the maps we gave
you all as you came in the door

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the map is the big yellow sheet of paper
as you can see on the map

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in office at the top south at the bottom
sector

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which weighs know of well look through
that window on my left

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you're right see the Rising Sun that
would have to be East

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so North must be directly behind me now

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we're at the campus main gate the
recreational facilities are all my right

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hand

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and its opposite is the student center
no questions

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good pretty easy right okay

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did everyone eat breakfast at the
Student food service this morning

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was the food good yes yes I am joking

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I've eaten there too so after a meal
like that he must be eager to go to a

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doctor right

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well I have good news for you the
Student Health Center is located about

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half a kilometer straight north of here

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look on your maps you see the street on
the east side of this building

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Ned Kelly Avenue just follow that about
500 meters

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and the health center will be on your
left at the 3rd cross street

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now I know you all just got here so you
must be wondering how to tell you folks

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you've arrived safely

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how much you miss the dog and how you
already need more money

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if you don't have an iPhone you probably
are wondering where to find a computer

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well I have good news if you go straight
out a bit store

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and walk down the Garden Street you'll
see the internet unit on your left side

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just next to the gym the hours are
posted on the door

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and the computer is a free but you must
bring your student ID card with you

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like I tell everyone if you need help
with anything

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you can probably find right here in the
student center

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do you see the for building fare between
the student center and the library

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those are the dormitories the men
stormed

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the two on the south the women's the two
on the North okay

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now I'm sorry to have to tell you but
the university has been doing a lot of

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repairs and remodeling and it's not all
done yet

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so there may be some small problems with
your dorm rooms

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maybe the window doesn't open maybe an
air conditioner is missing or does not

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work

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affair any problems you can go to the
complaint of it which is right beside

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the teaching building

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between the pocket straight and the
crime mystery

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just tell them your problem and they
should have it fixed by the time you

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graduate in four years

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I'm joking but please be patient there
are a lot of little things they need to

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take care of

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tied at the School Food no

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give it a week all maybe you just need a
place to get coffee in the wee hours of

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the night

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during one of those math and study
sessions either way

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you definitely have to check out the
little cafe just past the women's

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dormitories

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they've got free WiFi so a lot of
students

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saddle up with coffee and a bagel for
hours on end to get work done

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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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as for the door

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rooms I have some bad news ansohn good
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the bad news is the rooms are small

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and you'll probably be sharing space
with at least three other students

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the good news is that each room has its
own bathroom

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what's good about sharing a bathroom
with three strangers mmm

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good question okay call it bad news

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and West news hate may be trying this
for good news

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each dawn had the kitchen if you want to
make snacks or meals

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you can do it there you can buy food
containers it any campus convenience

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store

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so you can store your food in the
kitchen but a word of warning

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you should definitely write your name on
your food containers sad to say

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there of food thieves among your fellow
students

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speaking of thieves a word about
security

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I mean these is Australia and we do get
drunken Bushrangers wondering onto

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campus each if you will be given a key
for your dorm room

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don't lose it you have to pay for any
replacement

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and fill out a bunch of papers to red
tape are

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your key does not work for the front
door appeared on however

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to the right ive each door there's a
keypad with numbers

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when you moving in they will tell you
the code you used to enter the door

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pays do not tell the code to people who
do not live in the dorm

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let see have I forgotten anything

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oh yes most of you are not rich

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correct so when you close get dirty

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you can't just throw them away and buy
new ones that means you have to learn to

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do laundry

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or men that means you have to hurry up
and get married

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if you decide to wash those clothes

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and not get married their laundries in
each dorm

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where 0 I almost forgot to tell you

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the laundry for each dog is in the
basement

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some real good news this time if your
student

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it is free you do have to buy your own
site however

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the laundry closes by the by at 11:30

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and now that I've mentioned 11:30 please
remember

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the door on doors are locked at 11:30
p.m.

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your card will not work if you want to
get in

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you'll have to call the Nightwatchman
don't worry

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you can get that number at the dorm
office yes

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the dorm office and the complaint of are
the same office

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alright then before we continue

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other 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 three

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section 3

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you will hear two students called Betty
and Bruce

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talking to professor Dundee about their
own presentation

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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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all come n

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professor Dundee we're ready to make a
presentation

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no yes I did say 1 o'clock didn't I

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please sit down so

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who goes first Bruce or you betty

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I guess I could Bruce is always a little
shy

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not after he's had a lock for lunch a
bruise I

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no betty really should go first

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okay well I'm reporting on the effects
of different marketing strategies on the

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cheese in oil markets

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different strategies obviously affect
the sales volume differently

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I look to the sales in two countries New
Zealand and Columbia

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and what did you find prayed tell

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well in New Zealand the sales have both
oil and she's have declined pretty

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steadily

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and in fact the sales have decreased
more quickly than the population

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on the other hand in Columbia the volume
of sales for both products has remained

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the same

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white so you said sales in New Zealand
have been going down

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correct suppliers have introduced two
new upscale brands have each product

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which are a bit expensive but very tasty
the big ad agencies are trying out a new

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series of ads

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that shift the focus from health to
great taste they think that will get

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fails moving up in New Zealand

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where the population is less affluent
and generally less health-conscious

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brilliant thank you and Bruce

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a yeah my reporters about chocolate
sales and Italy and Germany

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the two countries marketers have found
out the you have to market chocolate

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differently

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in each country for example Italy

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caustic the most expensive brand pays
shop owners to put the candy

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just about knee high for an adult i'd

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don't see for little kids

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that's about I level that bright red
candy is the first one they seem so they

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buy it

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even better they start telling them moms
to buy it to you

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so

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to you mean

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well I mean in Italy if you locate your
product to the right location of shelves

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sales do great they say it doesn't
matter much

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what brand of chocolate you're selling
as for Germany

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dust lung de Chocolat huh

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that's German it means

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the land of chocolate germans love the
stuff

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so people make a joke uncalled Germany
that I who

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I'll ride so he was saying

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well like you pointed out

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Germans love chocolate but the thrifty

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for a long time the biggest selling
brand was Schmidt sick

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mostly because it was the second
cheapest but didn't taste too bad

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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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a gain brilliant a pretty good job both
the view

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tell me what do you plan to investigate
next week

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I'm especially interested in the effects
of color on sales of products

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so I'll be looking at ads for Cosmetics
and cleaning products in the local

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market

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you know like the distinct orange color
mister muscle

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lavatory cleaning products and you Bruce

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I'm focusing on the effective different
containers on sales of cookies

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so I'm going to look into packaging for
cookies and how the materials they use

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will affect the image and in turn sales
you know

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most contain as a paper but some
expensive cookies

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come in metal boxes the shiny metal
boxes catch people's attention

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and the image remains in the memory
longer well

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it sounds like you too are all set but
as always in this course

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I A G boats to pay much more attention
to the advertisement extensions

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thats often the key alright any
questions for me before you go

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no I think I'm all set thanks me too

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thanks Professor Dundee 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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section 4 you will hear an introduction

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of the exhibition named two centuries of
the bike

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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

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31 240

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good afternoon ladies and gentlemen i'd
like to take this opportunity to welcome

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you to our

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exhibition two centuries of the bite
let's stroll around the exhibition

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showing

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although there were few only efforts
back in the seventeen hundreds

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he didn't really see many bike still say
the eighteen thirties in England

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bikes were response to the rapid growth
of cities

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early in the nineteenth century cities
like London

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we're getting too big to walk across the
early bike

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let people travel with last effort than
walking plus

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a bike was a lot cheaper the horse think
amid

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no one invited a bike for what 5,000
years of human history

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why did people do it then probably
because this was the start

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the machine age people wanted machines
to do all the work

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there were some drawbacks however for
one thing there were no pedals

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you simply pushed herself along using
your feet kinda like today skateboard

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that meant he went fairly slow and
uphill you actually worked harder

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pushing that two wheeler plus the wheels
were made of wood covered with metal

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as you can see from this model so the
downside was

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the bride was quite uncomfortable almost
roads only a few gadget lovers had to

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use them

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by the eighteen sixties though
improvements were being made

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as you can see from this specimen metal
frames to become the rule

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them more durable than wood and they
don't walk in the rain

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biggest improvement however was the
development at the chain and sprocket

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system

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they're connected this meant he did not
push the bike

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used pedals just like today

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you have to try harder to balance so it
took some practice to figure out how to

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use the pedals

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but it made the ride so much easy a as a
result

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the good thing was that you could write
a lot more smoothly and with very little

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effort

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by the eighteen eighties another big
change was the user rubber wheels

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these became pretty common at that time
though the first ones were solid rubber

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the ride was a good deal more
comfortable but the old iron and wood

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system

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this is a big consideration because the
faster you go

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the more you feel every bump air filled
tires

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pneumatic tyres didn't really come into
you still around the in 1900

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as you can see from this exhibition over
him

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that made the right even more
comfortable so by 1890 oh say people

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were going a lot faster and a lot more
smoothly

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there was one problem when you were
going quickly and comfortably

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oh no how do I stop yes we all laugh now

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but for a long time the only way to stop
us to drag your feet

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but didn't work very well and it would
be dangerous if you are going fast

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in the crowded cities have those years
New York Chicago and so on

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you get killed if you couldn't stop for
say a streetcar

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plus look at this bike the front with
his nearly a meter and two thirds tall

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they made them that way so you could see
over people in wagons

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you couldn't drag your feet this model
is called the velocipede

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speed pedal another characteristic

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the bike in this period is that it has
to equal sized wheels

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which signaled a big change in bikes for
with the velocipede

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brakes appeared if you wanted to stop
you just push the pedal backwards

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doing that stopped the back we love the
bike this technique worked a lot better

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than dragging your feet or jumping off
the high see their

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this meant the bikes became a great deal
safer it would have been safer if people

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wore helmets but the first bicycle
helmet wasn't invented until years later

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and even then it was little more than a
let the ball cap

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it really wasn't until the nineteen
seventies the bike helmet was modified

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to provide some real protection

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before continuing on

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and since the 1890s let's say a word
more about safety

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everyone knows if you're going downhill
you can get going dangerously fast

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to gain more than a hundred kilometers
an hour isn't all that difficult

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but even on level ground its easy to go
to quickly

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on a city street today's bicycles can be
written at a speed of over forty miles

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an hour

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ever short distance that's about 64
kilometers an hour

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remember you on a bike not in a car
there's nothing to protect you

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people were killed in single bicycle
accidents every day

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just from hitting the road

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a good rule to remember is if you're
going faster than the cars

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slowdown and please wear a helmet

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nearly one-quarter the Epilepsy cases
come

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from head injuries and accidents on
bikes and motorcycles

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I didn't mean to scare you but safety is
everyone's business

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what now that's a good question

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why in today's bikes so much faster well

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it's not just the today's athletes are
faster the answer is partly mechanical

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if you look closely here the back wheel
you'll see a number of gears

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changing gears is what makes those fast
speeds possible

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you can shift gears depending on the
terrain and how hard you wished pedal

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so you can put it on a higher gear for
downhill

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and a lower gear for upheld travel to
make it easier to climb that slope

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you'll notice this gay shifting
mechanism is attached to the back wheel

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and when the rider shifts on the
handlebar gear shifter

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the chain moves to the appropriate
sprocket and

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speaking of changing gears let's look
over here I talked to in the past

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exhibit

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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 an answer sheet

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