Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.
26. The importance of advertisement.
The society’s great need of advertisement.
The origin of advertisement.
The prosperity of advertisement.
27. The local governments.
Their owners families.
28. Advertising is personal.
Advertisements are convincing.
Advertisements are unreliable.
Advertisements are misleading.
Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.
29. The games shouldn’t be held in Salt Lake City.
The games have met their environmental goals.
The games did little to protect the environment.
The games have caused lasting damages to the area.1 2 3 4
30. Sports competition.
31. Building ski jumps farther away from the city.
Developing better public transportation in the city.
Planting more trees around the fields.
Promoting the use of cleaner energy.
Passage One When you turn on the radio, you hear an advertisement. When you watch television, you hear and see an advertisement. If you turn the pages of a newspaper or magazine, again you find an advertisement. If you walk down the street, you see one advertising board after another. All day, every day, people who want to sell you something competent to catch your attention. As a result, advertisements are almost everywhere. In the West, advertisements are the fuel that makes mass media work. The government does not give money to mass media such as TV stations, newspapers, magazines and radio stations. They are all owned privately. So where does the money come from? From advertisements. Without advertisements, there would not be these private businesses.