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INGLÉS TEMA 6

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Título del test:
INGLÉS TEMA 6

Descripción:
A win-win game

Autor:
Alexandrina
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Fecha de Creación:
22/05/2020

Categoría:
Idiomas
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Temario:
Match each word with its corresponding vowel sound. Leave Live Hot Heart.
Match the parts of a meeting to their correct order. 1 2 3 4.
Which sentences are correct? Would you mind telling me what your name is? I'm not sure if it is all right. Would you mind telling me what's your name? I'm not sure if is all right.
The city is worth to visit. is worth visiting. is worth visit. is to worth visiting.
Match each word to the correct definition. A list of items to be discussed at a meeting To persuade someone in a dishonest way to help you by giving money or something valuable The latest time or date by which something should be completed Goods bought for a lower price than normal.
When something is really expensive you say that it costs a leg and an arm. True or false? True False.
When the verb tense of the main clause of a conditional sentence is would or could, which verb tense do you use in the if-clause?.
Choose the correct sentence: You won't make any profit unless you don't accept the terms. You won't make any profit unless you accept the terms. You will make a profit unless you don't accept the terms. You will make a profit unless you accept the terms.
What's the meaning of COD?.
Choose the correct sentence What about that we change the marketing policy? What about changing the marketing policy? What about to change the marketing policy? What about change the marketing policy?.
Which of the following idioms mean 'to be happy despite difficulties'? To feel blue. To keep your chin up. To get cold feet. To be a bit under the weather.
In Japan, prolonged eye contact is considered rude and is generally avoided. True or false? True False.
When you are calling the roll in a meeting you are announcing the next meeting at the end of the session. True or false? True False.
After verbs of perception you must always use infinitive without to. True or false? True False.
Negotiation styles are similar around the world. True or false? True False.
Which is the correct sentence? I didn't let them to go. I didn't let them go. I didn't let them going. I didn't let to them go.
I want you be pleasant with our potential customers. you to be pleasant with our potential customers that you are pleasant with our potential customers. you being pleasant with our potential customers.
Which of the following phrases can be used to allocate roles at a meeting? I have received apologies for the absence of Arthur Williams. I'd like to hand over to Paul who is going to lead the next point. I'd like to thank Jack for joining us today. If we are all here let's get started.
Which of the following words is pronounced with the phoneme/ŋg/? Song. Finger Singer Thing.
'Should' and 'Ought to' mean the same. True or false? True False.
Match the beginning and the ending of the following sentences. I would launch the new product for Christmas Why don't we Use the internet for We won't launch the new product unless.
The conditional expression 'if I were you' can be replaced by the expression 'if I was you'. True or False? True False.
The word wholesale is used when goods are sold in large quantities to be retailed by others. True or false? True False.
Which of the following words is pronounced with the phoneme/ŋ/? Finger Song Angry Longer.
Match the two halves to get useful phrases to express agreement or disagreement. You have That's not exactly That's a I'm afraid.
Match each verb to the correct pattern. Want Avoid Make Look forward to.
The following two sentences mean the same: 'If you put wood on water, it floats' and 'When you put wood on water, it floats. True or false? True False.
Order the following elements to form a correct sentence: he / wonder / I / what / doing / now / is.
Which of the following idioms mean 'to feel very sad or depressed'? To keep your chin up. To feel blue To get cold feet. To be a bit under the weather.
We were _____ over prices all day. making ends meet borrowing merging haggling .
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