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    • 1. Powerpoint Jeopardy Cultures Human Resources International Markets Ethics/Leadershi p Competition 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
    • 2. I really put my _______ in it when I asked if she was pregnant and she wasn’t.
    • 3. If you are given a difficult job to do without preparation, which idiom can you use? thrown____________
    • 4. You _________ use a cell phone on the airplane a)mustn’t b)don’t have to c)have to d)none of the above
    • 5. Which 2 expressions are used to give strong advice? a)should and shouldn’t b)must and mustn’t c)have to and don’t have to d)none of the above
    • 6. Talk about the conversation style, gift-giving and entertainment of ONE of the following countries: 1.Italy 2.UAE 3.Brazil
    • 7. Make word partnerships: a. to train b. to shortlist c. to check 1.the candidates 2.references 3.new staff
    • 8. Sometimes candidates will take a ______________ before the interview to assess their mental ability and reasoning skills.
    • 9. Which of the following should NOT be placed on an American resume? a)objective b)education c)photo d)references
    • 10. Which of the following verbs are usually followed by the infinitive and which are usually followed by the gerund? pretend look forward to admit mean hope
    • 11. Answer these common job interview questions: 1.Tell me about yourself. 2.Tell me about your weaknesses. 3.Do you have any questions?
    • 12. Which belong to open markets? -quotas -regulations -free port -liberalize -laisser-faire -open borders
    • 13. 1) If you _________ (give) us a discount, we _________ (increase) our order. 2) Will you _________ (deliver) by the end of the month, if we ________(pay) the transport costs? 3) If we _________ (join) an association, we ________ (get) a better price.
    • 14. We use the __________ when we think the expected outcome of a situation is very likely. We use the ___________ when the outcome is less certain or is imaginary.
    • 15. Name 3 of the RESPECT stages of negotiation.
    • 16. Role Play: Use the useful language on negotiating to arrive at a solution. Don’t forget to use the expressions from these headings: Starting positions/Exploring Positions/Making offers and concessions/Checking understanding/Refusing an offer/Accepting an offer/Playing for time/Closing the deal/Following up the
    • 17. A ___________ is a person who informs the press/authorities of wrongdoing.
    • 18. Which of the following words are all dishonest? a)insider trading, secrecy, trustworthy b)fraudster, industrial espionage, whitewash c)disclosure, law-abiding, whistleblower d)sweetener, corrupt, integrity
    • 19. What four tenses do you use to narrate a story? i.e. to 1)talk about events that happen before the story 2)set the scene and provide background information 3)talk about events in the story 4)talk about the present results of the story
    • 20. What is the difference between defining and non-defining clauses?
    • 21. Talk about a memorable event in your life (good or bad). Use the 4 different tenses to narrate the story.
    • 22. What does it mean to be neck and neck?
    • 23. Which of the following idiom means that you are wasting your time on a hopeless situation? a)in the driving seat b)to be neck and neck c)a one horse race d)flogging a dead horse
    • 24. Complete the sentences in the passive verb form: a)Market research _________ (carried out) b)The trials __________ (approve) c)Approval ___________(grant) d)The results __________(publish)
    • 25. We use the passive verb form when: a)we are not interested in who performs an action b)we want to be impersonal or informal c)we want to mention who performs the action d)none of the above
    • 26. Competition Idioms Tell me a time when: 1.you felt like you were flogging a dead horse. 2.you were in the driving seat. 3.someone moved the goal posts.