1. Project organizer.

    2. Public relations officer.

    3. Marketing manager.

    4. Market research consultant.


    1. Quantitative advertising research.

    2. Questionnaire design.

    3. Research methodology.

    4. Interviewer training.


    1. They are intensive studies of people's  spending habits.

    2. They examine relations between producers  and customers.

    3. They look for new and effective ways to  promote products.

    4. They study trends or customer satisfaction  over a long period.


    1. The lack of promotion opportunity.

    2. Checking charts and tables.

    3. Designing questionnaires.

    4. The persistent intensity.


    1. His view on Canadian universities.

    2. His understanding of higher education.

    3. His suggestions for improvements in higher  education.

    4. His complaint about bureaucracy in  American universities.


    1. It is well designed.

    2. It is rather inflexible.

    3. It varies among universities.

    4. It has undergone great changes.


    1. The United States and Canada can learn  from each other.

    2. Public universities are often superior to  private universities.

    3. Everyone should be given equal access to  higher education.

    4. Private schools work more efficiently than  public institutions.


    1. University systems vary from country to  country.

    2. Efficiency is essential to university  management.

    3. It is hard to say which is better, a  public university or a private one.

    4. Many private university in the U.S. are  actually large bureaucracies.


    1. Government's role in resolving an economic  crisis.

    2. The worsening real wage situation around  the world.

    3. Indications of economic recovery in the  United States.

    4. The impact of the current economic crisis  on people's life.


    1. They will feel less pressure to raise  employees' wages.

    2. They will feel free to choose the most  suitable employees.

    3. They will feel inclined to expand their  business operations.

    4. They will feel more confident in competing  with their rivals.


    1. Employees and companies cooperate to pull  through the economic crisis.

    2. Government and companies join hands to  create jobs for the unemployed.

    3. Employees work shorter hours to avoid  layoffs.

    4. Team work will be encouraged in companies.


    1. Whether memory supplements work.

    2. Whether herbal medicine works wonders.

    3. Whether exercise enhances one's memory.

    4. Whether a magic memory promises success.


    1. They help the elderly more than the young.

    2. They are beneficial in one way or another.

    3. They generally do not have side effects.

    4. They are not based on real science.


    1. They are available at most country fairs.

    2. They are taken in relatively high dosage.

    3. They are collected or grown by farmers.

    4. They are prescribed by trained  practitioners.


    1. They have often proved to be as helpful as  doing mental exercise.

    2. Taking them with other medications might  entail unnecessary risks.

    3. Their effect lasts only a short time.

    4. Many have benefited from them.


    1. How catastrophic natural disasters turn  out to be disasters to developing nations.

    2. How the World Meteorological Organization  studies natural disasters.

    3. How powerless humans appear to be in the  face of natural disasters.

    4. How the negative impacts of natural  disasters can be reduced.


    1. By training rescue teams for emergencies.

    2. By taking steps to prepare people for  them.

    3. By changing people's views of nature.

    4. By relocating people to safer places.


    1. How preventive action can reduce the loss  of life.

    2. How courageous Cubans are in the face of  disasters.

    3. How Cubans suffer from tropical storms.

    4. How destructive tropical storms can be.


    1. Pay back their loans to the American  government.

    2. Provide loans to those in severe financial  difficulty.

    3. Contribute more to the goal of a wider  recovery.

    4. Speed up their recovery from the housing  bubble.


    1. Some banks may have to merge with others.

    2. Many smaller regional banks are going to  fail.

    3. It will be hard for banks to provide more  loans.

    4. Many banks will have to lay off some  employees.


    1. It will work closely with the government.

    2. It will endeavor to write off bad loans.

    3. It will try to lower the interest rate.

    4. It will try to provide more loans.


    1. It won't help the American economy to turn  around.

    2. It won't do any good to the major  commercial banks.

    3. It will win the approval of the Obama  administration.

    4. It will be necessary if the economy starts  to shrink again.


    1. Being unable to learn new things.

    2. Being rather slow to make changes.

    3. Losing temper more and more often.

    4. Losing the ability to get on with others.


    1. Cognitive stimulation.

    2. Community activity.

    3. Balanced diet.

    4. Fresh air.


    1. Ignoring the signs and symptoms of aging.

    2. Adopting an optimistic attitude towards  life.

    3. Endeavoring to give up unhealthy  lifestyles.

    4. Seeking advice from doctors from time to  time.

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