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Sentences a to l are taken from four different articles. Group the sentences together in the correct order under the headline below.

Exit Test

Section 1: Vocabulary. Complete this table.

finance finance financial analyst
(1)___________________ product (2)____________ manager
economise (3)____________________ economist
(4)___________________ sales (5)_________representative
manage (6)_____________________ (7)_____________ director
(8)___________________ design designer


Section 1: Vocabulary. Choose the correct answer from a, b or c.

9 All sales staff get a __________ at Christmas and it doesn’t matter how much they sell.

a) loyal b) bonus c) pay

10 ___________ people are self-employed.

a) A lot of b) A bit of c) Substantial

11 The organisational ____________ in our company is like a pyramid.

a) status b) subordinate c) hierarchy

12 If the phone rings, we’ll ____________ it.

a) avoid b) admit c) ignore

13 I like ___________ meetings where everyone is relaxed.

a) unformal b) informal c) disformal

14 Our market ____________ has fallen by 3% this year.

a) place b) share c) leader

15 I’ll meet you __________ Monday 1st.

a) on b) at c) in

16 You need to cut your spending. We’re on a really ___________ budget.

a) finance b) tight c) borrow

17 Local companies need a _____________ attitude to doing business abroad.

a) stable b) positive c) strong

18 I got my first job with the company on their graduate trainee ___________.

a) placement b) location c) scheme

19 You’ll need to _____________ an interview after you apply.

a) invite b) attend c) wait

20 After university I had to pay off my ____________.

a) debts b) accounts c) discounts

21 Many online banks are trying to protect customers from __________ and theft.

a) premiums b) claims c) fraud

22 I’ve asked three times for my money back but they still refuse to give me a ___________.

a) return b) satisfaction c) refund

23 The Just-in-time consultants say we need to reduce the ____________ in our warehouses.

a) stocks b) resources c) shares

Section 2: Language

Write the word in brackets in the correct form.

24 He still ___________ (work) for a company based in Chile.

25 It’s arranged. We ___________ (fly) to Beijing next Tuesday at three.

26 I’m sorry but I really ___________ (must) go now. I have a meeting.

27 The new model is slightly ___________ (cheap) than its main competitors.

28 She works ____________ (efficient) and deserves a pay rise.

29 Norway has some of the ___________ (great) reserves of energy in Europe.

30 Aisha ___________ (leave) the company in 1978 to start her own business.

31 They __________ definitely __________ (finish) this by tomorrow.

32 How nice to see you! How long ___________ you ___________ (stay)?

33 Please __________ (turn) off the lights when you leave.

34 Recently, there ______________ (be) a drop in unemployment figures.

35 All the textiles we sell _____________ (manufacture) in Vietnam and Cambodia now.

36 If I’m not in the office when you call, my colleague __________(take) a message.

37 They ____________ (use) the products, if they didn’t work here.



Section 3: Reading.

Sentences a to l are taken from four different articles. Group the sentences together in the correct order under the headline below.

We know where you are. 38___ 39___ 40___ Modern office workers are rude 41___ 42___ 43___ The new target market 44___ 45___ 46___ Pay less for more or more for less? 47___ 48___ 49___

a) They’re currently worth £13 billion and no company should ignore them.

b) Examples of their rudeness include ignoring colleagues and answering phones during meetings.

c) We read a lot about companies watching employees use of internet and private email.

d) Advances in production and distribution have caused this.

e) But did you also know that when you turn on your mobile phone, a phone company can monitor your calls?

f) No, they aren’t grey consumers or the rich executives. They’re students.

g) Prices have fallen in the food business for the last ten years.

h) A new survey claims that employees in the twenty first century are more bad-mannered than workers in the last century.

i) But the question is now, how far can the industry continue down this road and are consumers prepared to start paying more?

j) They can even discover your location.

k) Now some organisations are training their staff to be polite.

l) And as one marketer points out, ‘they may be poor now but they are the high-earners of the future.’

Date: 2015-12-24; view: 1179

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