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1. Are you Mr. Jensen? - Yes, I _____ .

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2. ____ company is Microsoft .

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3. Roger is _____ Australia .

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4. _____ are you? - Very well, thanks.

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5. Do you work for a British company? - No, I ____ .

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6. Audi ____ cars .

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7. Are there _____ messages for me?

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8. We _____ five plants.

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9. I'm afraid I can't _______ the meeting at two.

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10. ______ you like a coffee? - Yes, please.

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11. He ______ in when I rang.

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12. When ________ he phone? - At around four.

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13. I deal _______ customers every day .

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14. How _______ time off do you get a year?

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15. Our services are _______ than our main competitor's.

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16. I _______ the report yet. I need a couple more hours.

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17. What project ________ on at the moment?

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18. I _________ a profit last year.

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19. How do you ________ about that idea?

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20. Can I have extension 245? - I'll just ______ you through.

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21. I'm ______ , but she's not here today.

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22. First of all, I _____ you a little bit about the company.

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23. Prices have remained ______ in the first quarter.

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24. Can I ________ an order for 30 laptops?

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25. 50,000 employees ______ in the last five years.

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26. This program isn't as easy to use ______ the other one.

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27. I'm writing to ________ the refund for damaged goods.

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28. You _________ press this button. It's dangerous.

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29. Did you ______ the deadline?

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30. Your visitor ________ for over an hour. She's in your room now.

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31. It cost one hundred dollars! What a complete ________ of money.

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32. I'm surprised that she's late. She's normally so ________ .

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33. I’ll call you back as soon as I ________ something.

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34. He ________ me that he was happy in his new department.

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35. I seem to have run _______ of money. Can you lend me some?

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36. He ________ less time travelling, if he worked from home.

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37. Our most _______ customers have been with us for over 10 years .

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38. Does the conference centre have Internet _______ ?

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39. We have very ______ information about you. Tell us about yourself.

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40. Sorry, I didn't _______ that. Could you say it again?

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41. Shirley is very calm and down to _______ .

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42. You _______ be tired after such a long meeting .

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43. Let's move ________ to the next point of my presentation.

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44. I think you should broaden your __________ and look for a new job.

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45. So, let's sum ________ what we've discussed so far.

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46. I _______ from you.

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47. If you ______ I'm sure you would have got that job.

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48. I’m sorry for the ________ in getting back to you with the quote.

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49. They suggested _________ the whole thing forward by a week.

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50. It was a very _______ meeting in the end.

II. Read the text.

Brotherly love?

1. Adidas and Puma have been two of the biggest names in sports shoe manufacturing for over half a century.

2. Since 1928 they have supplied shoes for Olympic athletes, World Cup-winning football heroes, Muhammad Ali, hip hop stars and rock musicians famous all over the world. But the story of these two companies begins in one house in the town Herzogenaurach, Germany.

3. Adolph and Rudolph Dassler were the sons of a shoemaker. They loved sport but complained that they could never find comfortable shoes to play in. Rudolph always said, “You cannot play sports wearing shoes that you'd walk around town with”. So they started making their own. In 1920 Adolph made the first pair of athletic shoes with spikes, produced on the Dasslers' kitchen table.

4. On 1st July 1924 they formed a shoe company, Dassler brothers Ltd. The company became successful and it provided the shoes for German athletes at the 1928 and 1932 Olympic Games.

5. But in 1948 the brothers argued. No one knows exactly what happened but family members have suggested that the argument was about money or women. The result was that Adolph left the company. His nickname was Adi, and using this and the first three letters of the family name, Dassler, he founded Adidas.

6. Rudolph relocated across the River Aurach and founded his own company too. At first he wanted to call it Ruda, but eventually he called it Puma, after the wild cat. The famous logo of the jumping cat has survived until now.

7. After the big split of 1948 Adolph and Rudolph never spoke to each other again and since then their companies have been in competition. Both companies were for many years the market leaders, though Adidas has always been more successful than Puma. In the 1970s new American brands Nike and Reebok arrived to rival them.

8. The terrible family argument should really be forgotten, but ever since it happened, over fifty years ago, the town has been split into two. Even now, some Adidas employees and Puma employees don't talk to each other.

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1. The Dassler's father was a sportsman.

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2. The brothers first made sports shoes at home.

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3. They argued about the shoes.

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4. They decided to start their own companies.

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5. Puma sells more shoes than Adidas.

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6. People in the town have now forgotten the argument.

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1. provided a product (paragraph 2)

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2. created (an institution/company, etc.) (par. 5)

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3. moved permanently to a different place (par. 6)

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4. be in competition with another person or company (par. 7)

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IV. WRITING PART

Imagine that your friend Victor has just graduated from the university and is thinking of starting his career. But he’s not sure what job to do and where to go. Write an informal e-mail to Victor. Include the following information:

  • Congratulate him with getting a diploma

  • Say that you think it is a good idea

  • Recommend him to work in your company

  • Explain the job specification and its advantages

  • Tell what a person need to do to get this job


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