To: Marsha Solvelg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
From: Paul Detar (email@example.com)
Subject: Client meeting and dinner
I’ve prepared a schedule for your meeting with representatives from Jeffs Construction Company on Thursday, December 8. The meeting will begin at 5 P.M. in the Rand Conference Room. Your presentation will be the last one before the closing comments. The agenda for the meeting is as follows:
Welcome and introductions (10 minutes)
Overview of upcoming projects (20 minutes)
Current scheduling issues (20 minutes)
Employee training efforts (20 minutes)
Budgeting issues (20 minutes)
Closing comments (20 minutes)
As you requested, I’ve made reservations for the client dinner at Maison Bellefleur on Gore Street in Manchester. I’ve heard the food is delicious.
1. What is the purpose of the letter?
A. To provide information about presenters
B. To give directions to a meeting
C. To convey the details of an upcoming meeting
D. To ask a colleague for restaurant recommendations
2. What is the topic of Marsha Solveig’s presentation?
A. Past projects
B. Financial considerations
C. Training new employees
D. Scheduling conflicts
3. According to the e-mail, why did Paul Detar make a reservation at Maison Bellefleur?
A. It is across the street from Jeffson Construction Company.
B. It has convenient hours of operation.
C. He has been there several times.
D. Marsha Solveig asked him to do so.