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1 KOLLOKVIUMI ÍRÁSBELI MINTA Szaknyelv 1. Kötelező irodalom Christine Johnson (2006): Intelligent Business Coursebook Pre-Intermediate U 1-6 Longman Irene Barrall Nikolas Barrall (2006): Intelligent Business Workbook Pre- Intermediate U 1-6 Longman Ajánlott irodalom Paul Emerson (2002): Business Grammar Builder MacMillan

2 PRACTICE TEST (Intelligent Business Pre-Intermediate Units 1-6) Present Simple / Present Continuous Complete the sentences with the best form of the verbs in brackets. CB p.11, WB p.5 1. We (manufacture) computer parts. We are a very successful company. We (export) to more than 25 countries. 2. We always (deliver) on time, and we (deal) with special delivery as fast as possible. 3. This time, we (use) an agent based in Shanghai, but we normally (use) our Glasgow agent. 4. Jeff is from Sales, but this week he (work)in Customer Service. Today, he (deal) with complaints. 5. This summer we (employ) 20 extra staff because it s so busy. Normally, we (employ) 75 people altogether. 6. Our company (develop) five new products every year. At the moments, we (plan) a new range of soft drinks. Offers/ Requests CB pp.28-29, Do you want a lift to the train station? Accept the offer politely: 2. Could you tell me where the nearest bank is? Refuse the request politely: Countable / Uncountable Underline the correct word in italics. CB p.20, WB pp. 8, How many/much tables do we need to reserve for the staff party? 2-3.They don t have a lot of/much money, but they have a lot of/much time. 4. I m so thirsty! Can I have any/some more fruit juice, please? 5. Are there any/some messages for me? 6. We don t have to write any/some reports. 7. He collects a lot of useful information/informations. 8. We can t give you many advices/much advice. 9. How many/ How much people attended the conference? 10. Would you like any/some sugar? Comparative/Superlative Complete the text with the correct form of the adjectives in brackets. CB pp , WB pp It s not just another good product it s the (GOOD) product on the market. 1. Sales this month are a bit (BAD) than they were last month. 2. The Hilton is (BIG) than the Palace. 3. She is (POPULAR) than our manager. 4. Our European market isn t as (BIG) as our Asian market. 5. This is the (COMPETITIVE) market in Asia.

3 6. I think Italian clothes are (BEAUTIFUL) than French clothes. 7. My ideal car is as (RELIABLE) as the car I have now. Past Simple Complete the text using the verbs in the box. CB p 46, WB p.21 did, didn t know, had, employed, finished, founded, grew, received, started, were Harold Mack (1) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2) what he wanted to do and so (3) various jobs. In 1992 he (4) a simple idea and (5) Mack Packing. The company (6) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7) four people but the company (8) quickly and two years later there (9) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe. Modals of possibility: will, may, might, could Underline the correct word in italics. CB p54, WB p I can/might be able to help you, but I m not sure. 2. I m certain I may/will pass the test on 28 May. 3. My colleague hopes he will/could be the first person to buy the new model. 4. We think it s unlikely/definitely that they ll buy our robot. 5. The traffic is quite bad. We won t / might miss our train. 6. Some people think the price of petrol can/could be around HUF 400 in the future. Find the business terms defined below (CB pp. 10, 34, 52, Keynotes, Glossary) 1. a company which has a number of different business activities: 2. sales in your own country: 3. famous person e.g. actor, pop star, sportsman: 4. a product that is sold at a loss, but encourages people to buy more profitable products from the same company 5. the rules for being polite in a social group: 6. the opinion people have of a brand:

4 7. they sell goods to the general public: 8. buying products from abroad: 9. someone who represents their company and sells their product: 10. food produced in a traditional way without the use of chemicals: Opposites (CB pp. 26, 44) 1. success - 2. likely - 3. weakness - 4. paper ticket - 5. miss a train - 6. advantage - 7. precise - 8. profit - 9. expensive demand - Odd one out 1) purchase, sell, buy 2) functional, matrix, private 3) mining, manufacturing, farming 4) set up, found, manage 5. delivery, easy, possibility 6. advice, equipment, file Word building (CB pp. 10, 36 verb noun compete supply produce found employ promote competitor, competition

5 noun commerce fashion style economy security possibility commercial adjective Collocations (CB pp.44, 52) Which word doesn t belong after the verb? 1) make: a mistake, research, a phone call 2) invest: manners, money, time 3) contact: clients, customers, status 4) take: a taxi, a risk, an investment 5) do: business, a profit, a training course Match a word on the right with a word on the left to make a business term joint a) capital 2. venture b) bus 3. payback c) industry 4. shuttle d) leader 5. business e) period 6. glossy f) venture 7. loss g) plan 8. leisure h)magazine Complete 1. information 1. run 2. market 2. manufacture 3. bank 3. provide 4. credit 4. collect 5. virtual 5. browse 6. buying 6. increase 7. search 7. enter 8. online 8. give

6 N.B. be polite to show respect for specialise in give advice on/about be responsible for work as a / work for have access to the internet invest money in turn off the mobile phone have an impact on appeal to ignore phone calls avoid bad language lose a job get a contract give a presentation check invoices attend a training course meet clients / meet demand deal with payments communicate by build relationships arrive on time be made of wood look stylish be ideal / suitable for go bankrupt prepare a business plan Explaining your job (p.13), Checking information (p.21), Being polite (p.29) Describing products( p.39), Telling a story ( p.47), Making predictions (p.55)

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