28. F differ
29. D counterparts
30. K particular
32. H extracted
33. J necessarily
35. C contains
36.C Fraudsters often stealvilla-booking information from authentic holiday websites.
37.H Fraudsters keep changing their bank accounts to avoid being tracked
38.E It is suggested that people not going on the holiday might help detect website frauds.
39.A More and more British holidaymakers find the seaside villas they booked online actually nonexistent.
40.K By checking an agent's nane online before booking a villaholidaymakers can avoid falling into traps.
41.F Fraudsters are difficult to identify, according to an online safety expert.
42.G Holidaymakers have been alerted to the frequent occurrence ofonline villa-booking frauds.
43. I It is holidaymakers that can protect themselves from falling victim to frauds.
44. E Holidaymakers are advised not to make payments by bank transfer.
45.D Fraudsters advertise their villas at reasonable prices so as not to be suspected.
46 A) Most employees think positively of it.
47 B) It does much harm to employee loyalty.
48 C) It has much to do with whom employees interact with.
49 B) Most of them explored new job opportunities.
50 C)Acknowledge employeesachievements through social mediangirobeo anibadant
51 B) Shrinking financial resources.
52 D) Cultivating relationships with peers and teachers.
53 A)You may have potential disadvantage.
54 D) Prepare students to be competitive in the future.
55 A)lt lacks humanity.