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Complete the sentences. Circle the correct letter a, b, c or d. See the example.


1) A: Is this the right place for British Airways? B: Yes, it _____.
2) Roger is _____ Switzerland.
3) A: Do you like coffee? B: No, I _____.
4) A: _____ does he work?

B: In a hospital.
5) Are there _____ messages for me?
6) I’m sorry but I can’t _____ the meeting at three o’clock.
7) How _____ do they play golf?
8) He _____ in when I rang.
9) Henry _____ school when he was fifteen years old.
10) A: When _____ he phone? B: At around three o’clock.
11) Our company _____ 5,000 workers.
12) It’s hotter today _____ yesterday.
13) I go to work _____ foot.
14) I _____ on an important project at the moment.
15) I _____ a profit this year.
16) I _____ the report yet. I need a couple more hours.
17) A: Can I have extension 315? B: I’ll just _____ you through.
18) Do you know when _____?
19) Could I _____ a message?
20) You can stay if you want but you _____.
21) Who _____ the first email?
22) I’ll _____ with the email straight away.
23) It’s the _____ meal I’ve ever eaten!
24) I’ll have breakfast sent _____ to your room.
25) Prices have remained _____ in the first quarter.
26) 35,000 people _____ in the last five years.
27) I’m writing to _____ the refund for damaged goods.
28) It cost one hundred euros! What a complete _____ of money.
29) He _____ me that he was happy in his new department.
30) We _____ less time travelling if we worked from home.
31) Does the conference centre have Internet _____?
32) Sorry, I didn’t _____ that. Could you say it again?
33) Would you mind _____, please?
34) I agree with you up to a _____.
35) You _____ be tired after your long journey.
36) Let’s move _____ to the next point of my presentation.
37) I’m sorry, but can I just _____ in here?
38) I’ve been working here_____.
39) So, let’s sum _____ what we’ve discussed so far.
40) I _____ from you.
41) How are things _____ you?
42) I think it’s _____ of fish with cream.
43) I’m sorry for the _____ in getting back to you with the quote.
44)  I suggested _____ the whole thing forward by a week.
45) With _____, I think your estimate is a little too low.
46) Could you go _____ the main points again?
47) She _____ the report by next Monday!
48) Are you saying they’ve fallen _____ of projections again?
49) What would you _____ if they hadn’t called?
50) I’ve just _____ the most amazing job!
Read the following three texts. Follow the instructions for each text.

Reading A 

Read the text. Then decide if the statements are true or false. Circle T (true) or F (false).

It’s easy to write and send an email. You type it onto a computer screen, press a button and off it goes. But the speed of the process is also a problem, because we don’t think a lot about what we write. This can often cause our email messages to be grammatically incorrect, badly organized and full of spelling and typing errors. As a result, the person who receives the email can find it difficult to read and understand. Messages that are hard to understand can cause expensive mistakes if someone makes a decision to spend money based on unclear information. In addition, managers now read hundreds of emails each day, some of which are not relevant to them, and this adds to the stress of their jobs. So perhaps emails are not the simple things we think they are.

1) It doesn’t take long to write and send an email.
2) Emails usually contain one type of mistake.
3) Some emails cause problems which cost a lot of money
4) Every day, managers read a hundred emails.
5) Managers’ jobs are not as stressful because of emails.
Reading B 

Read the text. Complete the sentences below with the best word or phrase. Circle the correct letter a, b or c.A hard sell is often seen as offensive in Japan. Japanese businesspeople may think that you are trying to convince them because your product is no good. It is better to use a low-key sales pitch and give them objective information. Don’t say that your product is ‘the best on the market’. You are more likely to persuade them if you say, ‘We sold more than two million units last year. As you know, our closest competitor sold less than a million.’


The Japanese are not accustomed to aggressive American techniques that use a ‘winning’ argument to try to persuade people to buy something. Remember that if people find out that you have not been completely honest about your product, they won’t believe you in future, and what you say will lose influence.


It may not be essential when it comes to selling your products in Japan or other overseas markets, but it certainly helps if you are aware of the culture in general, not just the business culture. Find out about a country before you go there, and that way you can avoid embarrassing your hosts – and yourself. Most travel guides give plenty of information on the culture of countries around the world, so there is no excuse for not knowing what is expected of you. And your hosts will like you all the more for it!


6) A hard sell is likely to _____ Japanese businesspeople.
7) Japanese businesspeople prefer _____ to general opinions.
8) People will stop believing you _____ you tell the truth about your product.
9) It is _____ to know about the culture in overseas markets if you want to sell there.
10) Your hosts will _____ you if you know about their culture.
Reading C 

Read the text. Are the statements true or false, according to the text, or is the information not given? Circle T (true), F (false) or NI (no information).

A recent news report tells the story of an anthropologist who discovered a lost tribe in the Amazon. Their way of life had hardly changed since the Stone Age and they had never seen a car or met a foreigner. What shocked the anthropologist most about the natives, however, was not their strange social customs or mysterious religious rituals, but the fact that several of them were wearing Manchester United football shirts!


Whether or not that report is true, what is certain is that Manchester United stopped being just a famous football team several years ago and became a highly successful multinational corporation. The words ‘football’ and ‘club’ were actually dropped from the players’ badges in 2000 in an effort to strengthen the corporate image. With a successful stock market flotation in 1991 and a current market value of over £1.4 bn, Manchester United is as much a triumph of the media as of great soccer.


‘Top clubs have grown on the back of television contracts’, says Richard Baldwin of accountants Deloitte and Touche. With this also comes merchandising. Manchester United’s megastore stocks 1,500 different items, is constantly packed, and merchandising outlets as far away as Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney attract thousands of fans who couldn’t even tell you where Manchester is on the map. ‘United look and behave very much like a traditional business from a corporate point of view,’ says Nigel Hawkins, a financial analyst. ‘They have a strong brand and have worked to maximize it by bringing in good people.’ They certainly have. One sponsorship deal alone – with Vodaphone – netted Manchester £36 million, and American insurance group AIG just paid £56.5 million for a similar four-year deal.

11) The story about the lost tribe may not be factually correct.
12) The Manchester United football team is not as famous as it used to be.
13) The media were certain that the Manchester United flotation would be a great success.
14) Fans in overseas countries know more about Manchester United’s products than its location.
15) Manchester United’s best sponsorship deal so far has been with AIG.
Section 3: Listening 

Listening AListen twice to the message on an answer machine. Complete the notes below. Use one word or a number.


1) Name of caller: Mr ____________________
2) Calle about: The progress ________________
Message: He can't come on ____________________
4) Call him after _______________ p.m.
5) Phone number ________________________
Listening B 

Listen twice to an advertisement. Are the following statements true or false?


6) At, you can choose from more than 900 presents.
7) You can order your gifts by phone or online.
8) For delivery the next day, you can’t order your gift after midday.
9) The company delivers sooner if you pay ten dollars.
10) The company will refund your money if someone returns a gift they don’t like.
Listening C 

Listen twice to a speaker talking about negotiating. For each question, circle the statement (a, b or c) which is the best summary of what the speaker believes.


11) The speaker believes a successful negotiation is when both sides:
12) The speaker believes that most negotiators:
13) The speaker believes that most negotiators:
14) The speaker believes that you should always:
15) The speaker believes that you shouldn’t agree to anything: