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10 Ethics VOCABULARY 1

10 Ethics VOCABULARY 1 Match the words from column A to those from column B to make word partnerships. A money sex animal counterfeit price B testing laundering goods fixing discrimination 2 Choose the correct word partnership from Exercise 1 to complete the sentences. 1 A few years ago, British Airways and Korean Air were each fined $300m by the US lustice Department for their roles in separate ............ conspiracies in both their cargo and passenger operations. 2 According to a survey, 91 % of doctors believe . .......... is important to medical progress. 3 An anti· ............ directive was passed to prevent the proceeds of organised crime circulating through the financial system. 4 In 2008, it was estimated that $13Sbn of ......... .. were sold online. 5 Banks were recently accused of. .., as apparently female staff are often paid 40% less than their male counterparts. NARRATIVE TENSES Choose the correct tenses to complete the text. Two years ago, we had a lot of trouble with one of our new shampoos. It was selling really well, but then one day dozens of customers ...... . ....' (started / had started) phoning and complaining that the shampoo was burning their scalp. The newspapers . (heard / were hearing) that one of our products . ... . .... . . .' (caused / was causing) allergies nationwide, and of course they started calling us too to ask what we ........... .' (did / were doing) about this problem. Honestly, we didn't understand what.. . . .... ' (happened / was happening). We are a responsible company and, as you would expect, we ........... .' (were testing / had tested) the shampoo for months before launching it, and there had been no bad reaction to it whatsoever. We had invested a lot of money in the testing and marketing and now we ............' (were losing / had lost) money because of bad publicity. We ....' (realised I had realised) that the growing number of complaints was harming our image, so we ............' (decided / had decided) to recall the shampoo. SKILLS Read the e-mail on the opposite page. In each line (1--6), there is one wrong word. Find them and correct them. 122 scanned for Paul Jennings

UNIT 0 •• REVISION Dear Mr Pattison, 1 Please find attached Ihe expenses claim form that you send to our Accounts Department last 2 week. I was afraid we cannot process it as it is, because it is incomplete. 3 Firstly, we need 10 know Ihe names of Ihe customers that you taken for lunch on May 12, as 4 well as the name of the restaurant which you look Ihem . We also need to know the reason for 5 Ihe £60 that you enlering under 'sundry expenses'. Finally, we would like to remind you that all 6 expenses had to be authorised by your manager. Best wishes , lisa Ristic Accounts 11 Leadership VOCABULARY 1 Complete the keyword in the statements about leadership qualities. 1 Someone who is a p p _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is friendly and easy to talk to. 2 An _ n c _ _ _ _ _ i n g person gives you confidence or hope. 3 Someone who is _ _ _ _ I i s _ _ _ believes firmly in something which is good but probably impossible to achieve. 4 If you describe people as _ _ f f _ _ _ n t, you mean that they do not have much confidence in themselves. 5 _ _ I h _ _ _ 5 people are determined to get what they want and do not care if they hurt other people. 6 Someone who is _ _ _ _ e r v _ _ _ _ _ is unwilling to accept changes and new ideas. 2 Write the phrasal verb which can form word partnerships with all the nouns and noun phrases in each line . 1 to ........... . . ............ the job / the standards / someone's expectations 2 to . your homework / your keys when you leave the hotel / your resignation 3 to . 4 to . .... ............ extra work / responsibility for something . . ............ ............ a hard time / heavy criticism 5 to . ........... ....•....... issues / enquiries / complaints / problems 6 to ............ .. . .. . . . ... . an argument / a plan / a suggestion / a proposal RELATIVE CLAUSES Complete the sentences with a relative clause using the information in the box. He came from Brazil. It organised business travel for top execulives. It was on my desk this morning. tl-had -re remme fltled a .. el,sltep-to-t&. She is fluenl in four languages. We had inviled some speakers. We had put forward some proposals. You are going to attend a talk. scanned for Paul Jennings 123

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