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  • 1. Business English
    Business English
    pre-intermediate level
    meeting: 02
    part A
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  • 2. Prepositions practiceStudy the following sentences containing phrases with prepositions.
    in
    ahead
    on
    at
    in
    for
    in
    after
    in
    round
    on
    on
    in
    for
    to
    in
    after
    with
    for
    in
    against
    • Where do you want to be in 10 years' time?
    • 3. What should you do to get ahead in your career?
    • 4. Compare your ideas in a group and try to agree on a final choice.
    • 5. Be energetic and enthusiastic at all times.
    • 6. Study for extra qualifications in your free time.
    • 7. A career plan means ideas which you have for your future career.
    • 8. A career move is something you do in order toprogress in your job.
    • 9. A career break is a period of time away from your job to, for example, look after your children.
    • 10. Employees in large multinationals have excellent career opportunities if they are willing to travel.
    • 11. Some people take a career break to do something adventurous like sailing round the world.
    • 12. Ambitious people often decide on a career plan while they are still at school or university.
    • 13. Goran is 59, but he does not want to take early retirement. In fact, he is taking on more work!
    • 14. Most university lecturers have to do research in their specialist area.
    • 15. In addition to your salary, you will earn a bonus for achieving monthly targets.
    • 16. Everyone expects them to perform to extremely high standards.
    • 17. They should have confidence in their own skills and abilities.
    • 18. Tatiana is the receptionist. She looks after visitors and takes messages.
    • 19. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She deals with staff problems.
    • 20. Linda Eriksen is our Quality Control Inspector. She is responsible for monitoring our products.
    • 21. Bob’s our Maintenance Engineer. He checks all our equipment regularly and is in charge of all repairs.
    • 22. Zoltan is our Security Officer. He makes sure that our staff and premises are protected against crime.
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  • 23. Prepositions practiceStudy the following sentences containing phrases with prepositions.
    in
    ahead
    on
    at
    in
    for
    in
    after
    in
    round
    on
    on
    in
    for
    to
    in
    after
    with
    for
    in
    against
    • Where do you want to be in 10 years' time?
    • 24. What should you do to get ahead in your career?
    • 25. Compare your ideas in a group and try to agree on a final choice.
    • 26. Be energetic and enthusiastic at all times.
    • 27. Study for extra qualifications in your free time.
    • 28. A career plan means ideas which you have for your future career.
    • 29. A career move is something you do in order toprogress in your job.
    • 30. A career break is a period of time away from your job to, for example, look after your children.
    • 31. Employees in large multinationals have excellent career opportunities if they are willing to travel.
    • 32. Some people take a career break to do something adventurous like sailing round the world.
    • 33. Ambitious people often decide on a career plan while they are still at school or university.
    • 34. Goran is 59, but he does not want to take early retirement. In fact, he is taking on more work!
    • 35. Most university lecturers have to do research in their specialist area.
    • 36. In addition to your salary, you will earn a bonus for achieving monthly targets.
    • 37. Everyone expects them to perform to extremely high standards.
    • 38. They should have confidence in their own skills and abilities.
    • 39. Tatiana is the receptionist. She looks after visitors and takes messages.
    • 40. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She deals with staff problems.
    • 41. Linda Eriksen is our Quality Control Inspector. She is responsible for monitoring our products.
    • 42. Bob’s our Maintenance Engineer. He checks all our equipment regularly and is in charge of all repairs.
    • 43. Zoltan is our Security Officer. He makes sure that our staff and premises are protected against crime.
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  • 44. Prepositions practiceStudy the following sentences containing phrases with prepositions.
    in
    ahead
    on
    at
    in
    for
    in
    after
    in
    round
    on
    on
    in
    for
    to
    in
    after
    with
    for
    in
    against
    • Where do you want to be ____ 10 years' time?
    • 45. What should you do to get ____ in your career?
    • 46. Compare your ideas in a group and try to agree ____ a final choice.
    • 47. Be energetic and enthusiastic ____ all times.
    • 48. Study for extra qualifications ____ your free time.
    • 49. A career plan means ideas which you have ____ your future career.
    • 50. A career move is something you do ____ order toprogress in your job.
    • 51. A career break is a period of time away from your job to, for example, look ____ your children.
    • 52. Employees ____ large multinationals have excellent career opportunities if they are willing to travel.
    • 53. Some people take a career break to do something adventurous like sailing ____ the world.
    • 54. Ambitious people often decide ____ a career plan while they are still at school or university.
    • 55. Goran is 59, but he does not want to take early retirement. In fact, he is taking ____ more work!
    • 56. Most university lecturers have to do research ____ their specialist area.
    • 57. In addition to your salary, you will earn a bonus ____ achieving monthly targets.
    • 58. Everyone expects them to perform ____ extremely high standards.
    • 59. They should have confidence ____ their own skills and abilities.
    • 60. Tatiana is the receptionist. She looks ____ visitors and takes messages.
    • 61. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She deals ____ staff problems.
    • 62. Linda Eriksen is our Quality Control Inspector. She is responsible ____ monitoring our products.
    • 63. Bob’s our Maintenance Engineer. He checks all our equipment regularly and is ____ charge of all repairs.
    • 64. Zoltan is our Security Officer. He makes sure that our staff and premises are protected ____ crime.
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  • 65. Vocabulary practiceStudy the following sentences paying attention to the words in bald.
    attend
    functions
    qualifications
    willing
    adventurous
    make/rapidly
    opportunities
    make
    nine-to-five
    sack
    best
    retirement
    flextime
    convenient
    promotion
    research
    bonus
    face
    standards
    make
    • How often do you have to attend meetings?
    • 66. Do like going to your company's social functions?
    • 67. You should study for extra qualifications in your free time.
    • 68. Employees in large multinationals have excellent career opportunities if they are willing to travel.
    • 69. Some people take a career break to do something adventurous like going trekking in India.
    • 70. One way to make a career move is to join a small but rapidly growing company.
    • 71. Certain companies offer career opportunities to the long-term unemployed.
    • 72. How do make a living?
    • 73. I want to get a nine-to-five job.
    • 74. When you are fired, you get the sack.
    • 75. Do your best and try to do it again.
    • 76. He doesn't want to take early retirement. In fact, he is taking on more work!
    • 77. When you work flextime, you can arrange your own schedule,
    • 78. so this is very convenient when you have children.
    • 79. He doesn't want to be a sales assistant all his life. In fact, he hopes to get a promotion very soon.
    • 80. Most university lecturers have to do research in their specialist area.
    • 81.  In addition to your salary, you will earn a bonus for achieving monthly targets.
    • 82. Junior managers who get a promotion often face many problems.
    • 83. Everyone expects them to perform to extremely high standards.
    • 84. Many of their superiors are always ready to criticize any serious mistake they may make.
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  • 85. Vocabulary practiceStudy the following sentences paying attention to the words in bald.
    attend
    functions
    qualifications
    willing
    adventurous
    make/rapidly
    opportunities
    make
    nine-to-five
    sack
    best
    retirement
    flextime
    convenient
    promotion
    research
    bonus
    face
    standards
    make
    • How often do you have to attend meetings?
    • 86. Do like going to your company's social functions?
    • 87. You should study for extra qualificationsin your free time.
    • 88. Employees in large multinationals have excellent career opportunities if they are willing to travel.
    • 89. Some people take a career break to do something adventurous like going trekking in India.
    • 90. One way to make a career move is to join a small but rapidly growing company.
    • 91. Certain companies offer career opportunitiesto the long-term unemployed.
    • 92. How do makea living?
    • 93. I want to get a nine-to-five job.
    • 94. When you are fired, you get the sack.
    • 95. Do your bestand try to do it again.
    • 96. He doesn't want to take early retirement. In fact, he is taking on more work!
    • 97. When you work flextime, you can arrange your own schedule,
    • 98. so this is very convenient when you have children.
    • 99. He doesn't want to be a sales assistant all his life. In fact, he hopes to get a promotionvery soon.
    • 100. Most university lecturers have to do researchin their specialist area.
    • 101.  In addition to your salary, you will earn a bonusfor achieving monthly targets.
    • 102. Junior managers who get a promotion often facemany problems.
    • 103. Everyone expects them to perform to extremely high standards.
    • 104. Many of their superiors are always ready to criticize any serious mistake they may make.
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  • 105. Vocabulary practiceStudy the following sentences paying attention to the words in bald.
    confidence
    competently
    evaluate
    set
    goals
    achieve
    involves
    visitors
    deals
    responsible
    charge
    premises
    • First of all, they should have confidence in their own skills and abilities.
    • 106. If they are not sure that they can succeed, they are less likely to perform competently.
    • 107. They should also evaluate their progress regularly.
    • 108. They should set themselves ambitious goals.
    • 109. They can reach their goals sooner than is expected of them.
    • 110. That is how they can achieve both personal and professional success.
    • 111. He works for Research and Development. His job involves developing new products and new ideas.
    • 112. She is the receptionist. She looks after visitors and takes messages.
    • 113. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She deals with staff problems, as well as with recruitment and training.
    • 114. Linda is our Quality Control Inspector. She is responsible for monitoring our products and trying to improve their quality.
    • 115. He checks all our equipment regularly and is in charge of all repairs.
    • 116. Zoltanis our Security Officer. He makes sure that our staff and premisesare protected against crime.
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  • 117. Vocabulary practiceRecall the missing words in the sentences below.
    confidence
    competently
    evaluate
    set
    goals
    achieve
    involves
    visitors
    deals
    responsible
    charge
    premises
    • First of all, they should have confidence in their own skills and abilities.
    • 118. If they are not sure that they can succeed, they are less likely to perform competently.
    • 119. They should also evaluate their progress regularly.
    • 120. They should setthemselves ambitious goals.
    • 121. They can reach their goalssooner than is expected of them.
    • 122. That is how they can achieveboth personal and professional success.
    • 123. He works for Research and Development. His job involvesdeveloping new products and new ideas.
    • 124. She is the receptionist. She looks after visitorsand takes messages.
    • 125. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She dealswith staff problems, as well as with recruitment and training.
    • 126. Linda is our Quality Control Inspector. She is responsiblefor monitoring our products and trying to improve their quality.
    • 127. He checks all our equipment regularly and is in chargeof all repairs.
    • 128. Zoltanis our Security Officer. He makes sure that our staff and premisesare protected against crime.
    confidence
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  • 129. Vocabulary practiceRecall the missing words in the sentences below.
    • First of all, they should have confidence in their own skills and abilities.
    • 130. If they are not sure that they can succeed, they are less likely to perform competently.
    • 131. They should also evaluate their progress regularly.
    • 132. They should setthemselves ambitious goals.
    • 133. They can reach their goalssooner than is expected of them.
    • 134. That is how they can achieveboth personal and professional success.
    • 135. He works for Research and Development. His job involvesdeveloping new products and new ideas.
    • 136. She is the receptionist. She looks after visitorsand takes messages.
    • 137. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She dealswith staff problems, as well as with recruitment and training.
    • 138. Linda is our Quality Control Inspector. She is responsiblefor monitoring our products and trying to improve their quality.
    • 139. He checks all our equipment regularly and is in chargeof all repairs.
    • 140. Zoltanis our Security Officer. He makes sure that our staff and premisesare protected against crime.
    confidence
    competently
    evaluate
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  • 141. Phrasal verbs / prepositions practiceMatch the expressions with prepositions and adverb particles.
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  • 142. Collocations practice
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  • 143. Phrasalverbs / prepositionspracticeUnderlinetheexpressionscontainingprepositionsoradverbparticles.
    • Where do you want to be in 10 years' time?
    • 144. What should you do to get ahead in your career?
    • 145. Compare your ideas in a group and try to agree on a final choice.
    • 146. Be energetic and enthusiastic at all times.
    • 147. Study for extra qualifications in your free time.
    • 148. A career plan means ideas you have for your future career.
    • 149. A career move is something you do in order to progress in your job.
    • 150. A career break is a period of time away from your job to, for example, look after your children.
    • 151. Employees in large multinationals have excellent career opportunities if they are willing to travel.
    • 152. Some people take a career break to do something adventurous like sailing round the world.
    • 153. Ambitious people often decide on a career plan while they are still at school or university.
    • 154. Goran is 59, but he does not want to take early retirement. In fact, he is taking on more work!
    • 155. Most university lecturers have to do research in their specialist area.
    • 156. In addition to your salary, you will earn a bonus for achieving monthly targets.
    • 157. Everyone expects them to perform to extremely high standards.
    • 158. They should have confidence in their own skills and abilities.
    • 159. Tatiana is the receptionist. She looks after visitors and takes messages.
    • 160. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She deals with staff problems.
    • 161. Linda Eriksen is our Quality Control Inspector. She is responsible for monitoring our products.
    • 162. Bob’s a Maintenance Engineer. He checks all our equipment regularly and is in charge of all repairs.
    • 163. Tom is our Security Officer. He makes sure that our staff and premises are protected against crime.
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  • 164. GrammarpracticeUnderline parts of sentenceswithmistakes.
    • Which of the following would you prefer do?
    • 165. This is very convenient when you are having children.
    • 166. He hopes getting a promotions very soon.
    • 167. Most university lecturers have to make research.
    • 168. In addition your salary, you will earn a bonus for achieving monthly targets.
    • 169. Secondly, they should set ourselves ambitious goals.
    • 170. They are less likely to perform competent.
    • 171. What advise can you give to young managers?
    • 172. They should also evaluated their progress regularly.
    • 173. She deals in staff problems, as well as with recruitement and training.
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  • 174. GrammarpracticeCross out theunnecessarywords.
    • What should you to do to get ahead in your career?
    • 175. First of all, they should have to confidence in their own skills.
    • 176. Be energetic and enthusiastic at all the times.
    • 177. Employees in large multinationals have an excellent career opportunities if they are willing to travel.
    • 178. Ambitious people often decide on a career plan while they are still at the school or university.
    • 179. Goran is 59, but he does not want to take the early retirement. In fact, he is taking on more work!
    • 180. In addition to your salary, you will to earn a bonus for achieving monthly targets.
    • 181. They should have the confidence in their own skills and abilities.
    • 182. Tatiana is the receptionist. She looks after the visitors and takes messages.
    • 183. Kate works for Administration and Personnel. She deals with the staff problems.
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  • 184. SpellingpracticeUnderlinewordswithwrongspelling.
    This is very convenent when you have children.
    Most university lecturers have to do reserch.
    In addition to your salary, you will earn a bonus for achiving monthly targets.
    First of all, they should have confidance in their own skills.
    Secondly, they should set themselves ambitius goals.
    They are less likely to perform competantly.
    What advise can you give to young managers?
    They should also evaluate their progres regularly.
    She deals with staff problems, as well as with recrutement and training.
    Employees in large multinationals have excellent career oportunities.
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  • 185. Visitourwebsite: www.online-learning-english.com
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    http://twitter.com/#!/Learn_by_Skype
    Findus on Facebook.
    We alsoteachEnglish by Skype!
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