Hi there. There is a part from CPE handbook, Sample Papers presenting some examples for ESOL Certificate in Proficiency English (CPE) (Cambridge University), Paper 1: Reading.

Read the text below and decide which answer (A, B, C,or D) best fits each gap.

Flight to Phoenix.

I was booked on an early flight so I no time in getting showered and dressed, and for the airport. It was only when I felt aircraft leave the runway, and saw Manhattan into the distance beneath and behind me, that I finally began to relax.Even at nine o'clock in the Morning Phoenix was hot. It was a physical shock to walk out of the cool, dark terminal into the bright reflectionof the sunlight. Locals ambled slowly past in short-sleeved shirts and sunglasses. In less than a minute I was sweating in my suit as I carried my bags over to the large sign which read 'Bloomfield Weiss High Yield Bond Conference'.They had on white stretch limousines to take the conference participants to the hotel. Within seconds I was back in air-conditioned quiet again. I supposed it was possible to spend all of your life in Phoenix at 18 centrigrade, with only brief of extra heat as you transferred from air-conditioned house to air-conditioned car to air-conditioned-office.
Had to read it several times, but i got 5 of 6.
6 out of 6.

But I wasn't familiar with this expression:

"They had laid on white stretch limousines..."
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3 out of 6...that was difficult Emotion: sad
5 out of 6 , it wasn't that difficult , i already did more difficult ones, nevertheless nice exercise Emotion: smile
I 've got 5 out of 6 by guessing. Is there any proper channel to learn the answers. By experience?
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OUCH it's really hard , gussing helped me in 2 choices Emotion: stick out tongue
You scored 4 out of 6 heehe