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افتراضي Anglais - السنة الأولى قانون العلاقات

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السنة الاولى
قانون العلاقات الاقتصادية الدولية
المادة : انجليزية - Anglais

جميع الدروس



UNIVERSITE DE LA FORMATION CONTINUE
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Commerce et Relations Internationales
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MODULE : English (1ere année).
1er SEMESTRE

Note:
* With both groups you can also use the word ‘people ‘:
British people, German people, etc.
* When you talk about one person from these countries you need to add Woman / man / person to the group on the right: a Brazilian but a Japanese person;
A German but a Swiss person etc.
Exercise:
I ) Answer these questions without looking at the previous pages .
1 - Write down three countries where first language is English.
2 - What language is spoken in Brazil?
3 - What are people from Holland are called?
4 - Write down the three languages spoken in Switzerland.
5 - What language is spoken in Saudi Arabia?
6 - What nationality are people from Sweden?
7 - What language is spoken in Mexico?
8 - What are people from Egypt are called?
9 - What is the first language in Israel?
10- Where do people speak Mandarin?
II ) Mark the main stress on the following words , and practice saying them.
Japan - Japanese - Brazilian - Egyptian - Arabic - Italian - Austria - Australia - Chinese - Portuguese - Saudi Arabia .
III) Complete these sentences with the name of the people from the country on the right.
1- I’ve worked a lot with................................ Germany
2 - I’ve spent a lot time with.......................... France
3- We do a lot of business with...................... Japan
4 - .................are usually hard working Israel
5 - I have always found .......... very friendly Brazil
6 - People often say that .......... are reserved. Britain
7 -........ are very organized. Switzerland
8 - I met a lot of .......on my trip to Athens.
UNIT 2
Money
A) Notes and coins:
In the British money are bank notes and coins
The British currency (The type of money used in a country) is called Sterling.
B) Common Verbs:
Notice how these common verbs are used.
* Spend pounds on something: Last week I spent 100 pounds on food, and 20 pounds on books.
* Pay (for) something: A paid 200 pounds for my new desk. (= it cost me 200 pounds).
- Where do I have to play for these things?
* Cost: My new desk cost (me) 200 pounds = ( I paid 200 pounds )
* Charge: The mechanic charged me 100 pounds = (asked me to play 100 pounds for the service he provided).
* Lend: Could you me some money? Or
* Borrow: Could I borrow some money?.
* Waste: Parents often think that children waste their money = ( Use it badly ) on waste their money = ( use it badly ) on sweets and other things that they don’t need.
* Save up : I’m saving ( up ) = ( Keeping some of my money when I receive it ) for a new bike . I should have enough by the end of the year.
c ) Adjectives
Free cheap reasonable Quite very incredibly
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D ) Important words and Phrases :
I can’t afford = (don’t have enough money) to go on holidays this year.
- How much is that watch worth? = (What is the value of that watch?).
It’s worth about 50 pounds = ( the value is 50 pounds ).
The cost of living ( = Now much people pay for thing ) is very nigh in places like Sweden or Norway , but people still have a good standard of living ( = the level of money and comfort people have ).
Exercises :
File in the gaps using the past tense of the following verbs; be careful, most of them are irregular.
Buy - spend - lose - pay - cost - sell - win - waste - find - give.
1 - My car was five years old, so I it and a new one.
2 - I was very sad when I ......... my watch in the street. It was a present from my wife and it her lot of money fortunately, somebody........ In the next day and took it in the police station.
3 - I.......... over 2000 pound for my computer, but it is not worth very much now.
4- My father ............ me 50 pounds last week but I..... most of it on a sick for a concert on Friday.
5- Last week somebody........ 1 pound in a game on television
it was incredibly exciting.
6- I’m a afraid I ............ my money on those CD s because I never play them.
II ) What can you say in these situations ? Complete the sentences but do not use the underlined words or phrases.
Example: You want to tell a friend that a restaurant was not cheap: The restaurant was quite expensive
1- You want to know the value of your friend’s gold ring. How much is........
2- A friend wants to go an expensive restaurant but don’t have enough money. I’m afraid I...........
3- You want to borrow some money from a friend.
Could you..... ?
4- You want to know how much a friend paid for her dictionary.
How much.................... ?.
III ) How quickly can you answer these questions ? Write down answers to all of them in one minute, then go back and check .If possible? Ask someone else the same questions.
1 - Is the currency in America called that dollar?
2 - Is a five - pound note worth less than a fifty pence piece?
3 - If you lend some thing to someone, do they borrow it?
4 - If you waste money, do you use it well?
5 - Is sterling « a currency?
6 J If you can’t afford « some thing», do you have enough money for it?
7 - Does cost of living mean the same as’ standard of living?
8 - If someone tells you a hotel is reasonable, is it very expensive?
IV ) Write down the approximate price of six things in your country , e.g. a daily newspaper a short bus journey , a cup of coffee in a cafe , a ticket for the cinema , a pain of jeans , etc . Do you think the price is expensive, reasonable, and cheap?
Compare your answers with someone from the same town, and if possible, someone from a different town.
UNIT: 3 SHOPS and SHOPPING
A) Shops and Shopping:
Shop assistant: person who works in a shop, also called sales assistant.
Shop window: The window at the front of the shop.
Shopping centre: A place with many shops, outside or indoors.
Window shopping: To look round the shops but not buy not buy anything.
Shopping list: A list of things to buy.
I went shopping yesterday (= I bought food and house hold goods ).
B) Types of shop (and what they sell)
Name of shop
What it sells
Department store
Almost everything (furniture, clothes, electrical equipment and appliances, egg TV and washing machines, toys jewelry, etc. and sometimes food.
Supermarket
Food and household goods, e.g. . Cleaning products.
New agent (‘S)
Newspapers, cigarettes, sweets, stationery, e.g. . writing paper, cords , envelopes , etc
Butcher (‘S)
meat
Green grocer (‘S)
fruit and vegetables
Boutique
fashionable clothes
Chemist
medicine , baby products , shampoo , soap tooth paste
Note: most other shops are first ‘.....+ shop ‘ , e.g. . Shoe shop, record shop, commerce shop, etc,
C) Useful expressions and words
* Assistant: can I help you?
Customer: yes, I am looking for (I Want) a blue jumper.
* Assistant: can I help you?
customer : No , I’m just looking , thanks .(= I don’t need help )
* Assistant: Can I help you?
Customer: I’m being served, thanks. (= Another assistant is already serving helping me.).
* Assistant: What size are you looking for? (e.g . . . big? small? medium? 12? 14? 16?).
Customer: Where’s the changing room? (= the room where you try on clothes; also called the fitting room).
Assistant: It’s down there on the right.
Customer: Excuse me .Where do I pay for these?
Assistant: over at the cash desk / till.
Customer: And can I pay by check / credit cord?
Assistant: Yes, of course.
Exercises:
I) What word or phrases is being defined in these sentences?
1- A shop where you can buy fashionable clothes.
2- A place with many shops, either outside or indoors.
3- A person who worked in a shop.
4- The place where you can try on clothes in a shop.
5- The place where you pay for things in a shop.
6- To look round the shops without planning to buy any thing.
7- The shop where you buy meat.
8- The shop where you buy medicines, baby products , shampoo.
II) Complete the shopping dialogue.
Assistant 1: Can I help you?
Customer: Yes, I’m ...................... a blouse like this, but in blue.
Assistant 1: I see. And what................. Are you looking for?
Customer: In, 14 usually.
Assistant 1: OK, I’ll just go and see it if we’ve got any.
Customer: Thank you.
Assistant 2: Can I help you.
Customer: No, it’s OK, I’m ..............thanks
Assistant 1: Here are, the last one in stock.
Customer: Great. Can I try it on?
Assistant 1: Yes, of course. The ..................... is just over there.
Assistant 1: How was it?
Customer: Fine. I’ll....................
Assistant: Right. Would you like to pay over there at the................................ .
UNIT 4 : Work : Duties , Conditions and Pay.
A) What do you do?
People may ask you about your job. They can ask and you can answer in different ways:
What do you do? I’m (+job) e.g. . . . . a banker / an engineer / a teacher / a builder
What’s your job? I work in (+ place or general area)
e.g. . . . . a bank / marketing.
What do you do for a living? I work for (+ name of company) e.g. Union Bank, ICI, fait.
B) What does that involve? (= What do you do in your job?)
When people ask you to explain your work / job, they may want to know your main responsibilities (= your duties / what you have to do), or something about your daily routines = (what you do every day / week). They can ask like this: what does that (i .e. your job) involve.
Main responsibilities
I am in charge of (= responsible for) all deliveries out of the factory.
I have to deal with any complaints).
I run the coffee bar and restaurant in the museum (= I am in control of it / I manage it).
Note: We often use responsible for / in charge of . for part of something , e.g. a department or some of the workers ; and run for control of all of something , e.g. . a company or a shop .
Daily duties / Routines:
I have to go to / attend a lot of meetings.
I visit / see / meet clients (= people I do business with or for).
I advise clients (= give them help and my opinion).
It involves doing quite a lot of paperwork (a general word we use for routine work that involves paper e.g. writing letters, filling in forms, etc). Note that ....ing form after involve.
C) Pay
Most workers paid (= receive money) every month and this pay goes directly into bank account. It is called a salary. We can express the same idea using the verb to earn:
My salary is 60.000 pounds a year (= I earn 60.000 pounds a year).
With many jobs you get (= receive) holiday pay and sick pay (when you are ill). If you want ask about holidays, you can say:
How much holiday do you get?
The total amount of money you receive in a year is called your income. This could your salary from one job, or the salary from two different jobs you have. And on this income you have to pay part to the government - called income tax
Working Hours:
For the verbs on the lift with the nouns or phrases on the right. Use each word once only.
1- Earn overtime
2- Work meeting
3- Pay a shop
4- Go to clients
5- Deal with 500 pounds
6- Run income tax.
II ) Starting with the words you are given , rewrite each of these sentences using vocabulary from the opposite page .
The basic meaning must story the same.
Example : I’m a banker => I work in banking.
1- I earn 50.000 dollars => my................. .
2- I get 20.000 pounds from my teaching job and another 10.000 pounds from writhing. My total....................
3- What do you do? What’s..................?
4- I am a chemist? I work for................
5- In my job I have to look after and maintain all the computers in the building. My job involves.....................
6- I’m responsible for one of the smaller departments .I’m in..............
III) Can you answer these general knowledge questions about work?
1- What are normal working hours for most office jobs in your town?
2- Can you name three jobs that get very high salaries in your town?
3- When you start paying income tax in your country, that is the minimum amount you have to pay?
4- What jobs often involve shift work? (Give at least 2 eggs).
5- Is flexi - time common in your company or your town?
Can you explain your responsibilities and daily duties in English?
UNIT 5: Jobs
A) The Medical profession:
These people treat (= give medical treatment and try to solve a medical problem ) and look after ( = care for/ take care of ) others : doctor , nurse , surgeon ( = a specialist doctor who works in a hospital and operates on people ) , dentist , and vet ( = animal doctor ) the word ‘VET ’is a short form for
‘Veterinary surgeon ‘.
B) Manual Jobs:
These are jobs where you work with your hands, and all the examples below are Skilled jobs (= they need a lot of training).
* Bricklayer (builds walls).
* Carpenter (makes things using wood)
* Plumber (fits and repairs water pipes, bathrooms, etc.)
* Electrician (fits and repairs electrical things).
* Mechanic (repairs cars).
C) Professional people :
Job
Definition
Architect
Designs buildings
Lawyer
represent people with legal problems
engineer
Plans the building of roods, bridges,
Accountant
Control the financial situation of people and companies
University lecturer
teaches in a university
Broker ( Stock market )
buys and sells stocks and shores
D) The Armed forces and Emergency services
Solder (in the army).
Sailor (in the navy).
Pilot (in the air force)
Police officer (in the police force)
Fire fighter (in the fire brigade).
Exercises:
I ) Write down at least one job from the pronouns page that would probably be impossible for these people .
1- Someone who didn’t go to university.
2- Someone with very bad eyesight (= can not see very well)
3-Someone who is always sea sick on a boat.
4- Someone who understands nothing about cars.
5- Someone who will not work in the evening or at weekends.
6- Someone who is afraid of dogs.
7- Someone who is afraid of heights and high places.
8- Someone who is terrible at numbers and figures.
9- Someone who can’t stand the sight of blood.
10- Someone who is a pacifist, who is anti-war.
II) Complete these definitions.
1- An architect......................
2- A university lecturer..................
3- An accountant...........................
4- A Vet.......................................
5- A lawyer...................................
6- An engineer............................
7- A bricklayer..............................
8- A stock barker...........................
9- A mechanic...............................
10- A Surgeon..............................
III) You have just bought a piece of land and you are planning to build a house on it. Write down at least six people from the previous page that you may need to help you. What would you need help for?
IV ) Write a list of friends , relatives and neighbors ( just choose people who have jobs ) . Can you write down what earn person does? Use a bilingual dictionary to help if necessary.
Example: My uncle is an engineer.
His wife is an accountant.
UNIT 6 the career Ladder
A) Getting a job
When Paul left school he applied for (= wrote an official request for / a job in the accounts department of a local engineering company. They gave him a job as a trainee (= a very junior person in a company). He didn’t earn very much but they gave him a lot of training (= organised help and advice with learning the job), and sent him on training courses.
Note: Training is an uncountable noun, so you can not say ‘a training ‘. You can only talk about training ( in general )
or a training course ( if you want to refer to just one ) . Here you can use the verbs do or go on : I did / went on several training courses last year .*
B) Moving up
Paul worked hard at the company and his prospects (= future possibilities in the job) looked good . After his first year he got a good pay rise (= more money ) , and after two years he was promoted (= given a higher position with more money and responsibility ), after six years , he was in charge of ( responsible for / the boss of ) the accountants department with five other employees ( = workers in the company ) under him ( = under his responsibility \ authority ).
C) Leaving the Company
By The time Paul was 30, however, he decided he wanted a fresh challenge (= a new exciting situation).
He was keen to work abroad, so he resigned from his company (= officially told the company he was leaving his job ; you can also say ‘ he quit the company ‘) and started looking for a new job with a bigger company .
After a couple of months he managed to find a job with an international company which involved (= included / a lot of foreign travel. He was very excited about the new job and at first he really enjoyed the traveling, but....
D) Hard Times
After about six months , Paul started to dislike the constant moving around , and after a year he hated it; he hated living in hotels , and he never really mode any friends in the new company . Unfortunately his work was not satisfactory either and finally he was sacked (= told to leave the company / dismissed / given the sack) a year later.
After that, Paul found= things much more difficult. He was unemployed (= out of work / without a job) for aver a year. He had to sell his co2 and move out of his new house. Things were looking bad and in the end Paul had to accept a part.
Time job (= working only some of the day or some of the week / on a fruit and vegetable stall in a market.
E) Happier times
To surprise, Paul loved the market. He mode last of friends and enjoyed working out in the open air. After two years, he took over (= took control) the stall. Two years later he opened a second stall, and after ten years he had fifteen stalls. Last year Paul retired (stopped working completely at the age of 55, a very rich man.
Exercises:
I) Give a single word synonym for each of these words / Phrases.
1- Given the sack =..........................
2- Out of work =.............................
3- Left the company =.....................
4- Was given a better position in the company =.....................
5- Future possibilities in a job =............................................
6- Stopped working for ever =..............................................
7- Workers in a company =...............................................
II) Find The logical answer on the right for each of the questions on the left .
1- Why did they sack him? a because he was 65
2- Why did they prime him? b Because he was late for work every day .
3- Why did he apply for the job? c Because he needed more training .
4- Why did he retire? D- Because he was out of work.
5 - Why did he resign? e - Because he was the
6- Why did he go on the course? best person in the department .
F - Because he didn’t like his boss.
III) Complete these sentences with a suitable word or phrase.
1- I don’t want a full -- time. I’d prefer to work...........................
2- She’d like to go on training.........................................
3- I’m bored in my job. I need a fresh..........................................
4- He works on a stall in the............................................... ........
5- At the end of this year we should get a good pay....................
6- She‘s got more than a hundred worked workers under.....................
7- I didn’t Know he was the new manager, when did he take................
8- It’s boring job the pay is awful . Why did he....................................
Unit 7: In the office and in the Factory
A) Office Work
Brenda works for a company which produces furniture. She works in an office, which is just opposite the factory where the furniture is made. This is how she spends her day:
She works at a computer most of the time, where the writes letters and reports.
She answers phone calls, mostly from retailers. (= shops selling the factory’s furniture).
She makes phone calls to retailers, and the factory making the furniture.
She sends invoices to customers. ( = paper showing products sold and the money to pay ).
She shows visitors around the factory.
She arranges meeting for her boss and other managers in the company.
B ) The shop floor ‘ of there factory
This is where products are manufactured (= made). Modern factories have workers than in the past - this is because of automation (machines do most of the work, and most factories use an assembly line (= an arrangement in which each worker makes a part of the product and then passes it on to the next person or machine). On an assemble the different parts , and supervisors (= people in charge / control / check/ inspect/examine each stage to make sure the product meets the required standard (= is good enough).
C) Finished Goods
Goods (plural) are the general word used for things that are made to be sold. When the product, e.g. . A radio is finished, it is packaged (= put in plastic and then in a box) and stored(= kept) in a warehouse. When a customer, e.g. an electrical shop, orders some of these goods, they are delivered to the shop (= taken to the shop) using rood or rail.
Exercises
I) Write down three nouns that could follow each of these verbs . You can use the same noun more than once . Not all of them are on the previous page.
1- Write................
2- Send................
3- Make................
4- Arrange...........
II) Fill the gaps with correct word to form a compound noun in each case.
1- I told him to put the details on the notice.............
2- She has to check the goods when they come off the assembly.............
3- I am sure I took the reports out of the filing...........................................
4- It’s a very burning job and i spend most of my time doing general paper..............
5- I tureen all that stuff in the wastepaper........................................ ..................
III ) What words form previous page are being defined here ?
1- The place where you store finished products before they are sold.
2- The process of using machines to do work that used to be done by men and women.
3- A plural noun for things that are made to be sold.
4- A thing you often write down all your appointments and things you have to do.
6- A piece of paper which shows the products that a customer bought and the money they have to pay.
7- A person or business that sells goods to the public.
8- A part of desk where you often keep pens, paper notes.
IV) Replace the underlined verb using a different verb with the same meaning (in this context).
1- This particular machine is made in Germany.
2- I help them to assemble the different parts
3- The supervisor always inspects our work carefully.
4- When the books are printed they are kept in the warehouse.
5- The factory said they’ll be able to take the furniture to the shops next Monday.
UNIT 8 Businesses and Finance
A Banks and Business
Most business need to borrow money to Finance (= pay for)
Investments (= things they need to buy in order to help the company, e.g. machines.) The money they borrow from the bank is called a loan, and on this loan they have to pay interest, e.g. if you borrow 10.000 pounds and the interest rate is 10 % , then you have to pay back 10.000 pounds , plus 100 pounds in interest.
B ) Business and profit
One of the main aims / objectives (= the things that you hopeto do / achieve) of a company is to make a profit (= earn / receive more money than it spends)
(¹ Make a loss).
If a company does not make a profit or a loss, It breaks even.
Most companies are happy if they can break even in their first year of business.
Companies receive money from selling their products - this money is called the turnover
The money that they spend is called the expenditure.
They spend money on these things : Raw materials (= materials in their natural state used to make something else , e.g. . coal and oil are important raw materials used to make plastics ) : labour (= employees ) ; overheads (= necessary cost for a company , e.g. rent for buildings , electricity , telephone) .
C) Rise and Fall
Business people often need to talk about the movement of sales , prices , interest rates , profit and lass , etc . Here are some of the words used to describe these trends (= movements):


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Fall / go down fall slowly go down sharply
(‘Decrease ‘is less
Common as a verb
Note rise , increase , and fall are also used as nouns :
a slow rise in interest rates , a steady increase in sales , a sharp fall in profits , a dramatic (= sharp ) rise in inflation . We can also use be up / down = prices are up by 10 %; profits are down by 2 millions pounds.
D) Business and the Economy
In order to grow / expand (= get bigger / and thrive / prosper (= do well / be successful), money companies want or need the following :
Low inflation, so prices do not go up.
Low interest rates, so the company can borrow without paying a lot of interest.
Economic and political stability (= things remain steady and stable and there are no sudden changes in the economic and political situation).
a healthy \ strong economy (= in good condition ) and not an economy in recession (= in a period of reduced and slow business activity).
Tax cuts (= tax reductions \ lower taxes) , so they keep more of their profit . This often depends on government expenditure, e.g. the government will not be able to reduce taxes if public expenditure continues to rise.
Exercises:
I) What single word or phrase is being defined in each of these sentences?
1- Money you borrow from a bank for your business.
2- What you must pay the bank if you borrow money.
3- The continuous increase in the price of things.
4- The things you hope to do \ archive within a period of time.
5- When a company does not make a profit or a lass.
6- When an economy is in a period of reduced and slow business activity.
II ) replace the underlined ( word or words ) in each sentences with another word that has the same meaning .
1 - There has a slow rise in sales.
2- This comes after a dramatic fall last year.
3- Fortunately the company is doing well now.
4- And it’ is growing very quickly.
6- Profits have risen considerably.
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1- In 1993 Sales........................
2- In the following year...
3- In 1995 there was a..........................
4- In 1996 business improved and there was a........................
5- And in 1997 sales........................
6- In the five - year period ........................ by 40.000.
IV ) Fill the gaps to form compound words or common phrases .
1- ...................expenditure.
2- ...................stability.
3- Tax.............................
4-.............. Rate.
5- raw............................
6- Profit and..................
UNIT 9: Sales and Marketing
A) What is marketing?
People talk about the marketing mix, this consists of (= it is formed from and
includes: choosing the right product (= what a company produces / makes or offers) selling it at the right price (= what it costs to the buyer / consumer).
Using right kind of promotion (= the ways to make the product popular and well- known ; this includes advertising )
Making it available in the right place (= where you sell the product and how it reaches the consumer, also known as distribution).
The ‘mix is often referred to as the four Ps, and marketing people have the job of matching these things to the needs of consumers (= the people who buy and use products). People who buy the products of a particular company are that company’s customers / clients
B ) ‘ Sales’ and ‘ Marketing’
There are a number of words which combine with sales and market to form compound nouns and word patens trips which are very common in marketing.
Sales figures: the amount you have sold.
Sales target: the amount you would like to sell in a future period.*
Sales forecast: the amount you think you will sell in a future period, e.g. next year.
Sales representative: a person who sells a company’s products; abbreviated / to sales rep
Sales marketing manager: The person who runs the sales marketing department.
Market research: collecting and studying information about what people want and need.
Market share: the % of a market that a company has, e.g. a 20 % market shore.
Market leader: the company or product with the biggest market shore.
C) Competition:
Ford motors are the market leader in the UK car industry.
It’s main competitors (= the most important companies the same market) are Vauxhall and Rover, and it has had to work very hard in recent years to maintain its market share. Every time a competitor launches a new product (= introduces a new car on to the market) , it is harder for to stay in front
D) A Company’s Image:
The image of a product / company (= the picture or idea that people have of the product / company) is very important in sales and marketing, some companies want a fashionable image (= modern and up - to date); others do not. For example.
Mass - produced (= made in large numbers), reliable functional but burning young; exciting, glamorous (= exciting + attractive); often fashionable, dangerous; not very practical)
High quality (= high standard/ very good), luxury (= expensive and giving great comfort), high status / prestige (= important; driven by important people).
Exercises:
I) The’ Marketing mix’ consists of the four ps. Can you remember what they
are? Write them down and then check on the pronouns pages.
II) See how many different compound words and partner ship you can form the words in the words in the box ( you can use a word more than once ) , then complete the definitions below.
Sales - market - manager - shore - figures.
Marketing - leader - research - department - forecast.
1- A Sales ............ is what you think you are going to sell during a future period.
2- The marketing ............ will be responsible for all the activities in the marketing.
3- Sales ............. tell you how much you have sold of a product.
market ............ in a particular market.
5- Market ............ gives you information about what people want , need , and buy.
III) What knowledge is necessary to be a good sales rep? Complete this text and then try t o add a further sentence of your own.
First of all a good Sales ....... needs to have an excellent knowledge of their company‘s............ Secondly, he or she needs to know all about the ......... of their main...... Thirdly, a Sales representative should be familiar with the needs of.........
in their particular market , and should only be very familiar with the needs of their company’s most important ...................
IV ) Which nouns or adjectives from section D on the previous pages ) , do you associate with these compares and products ?.
Rolex..................... Benetton.................
Coca Cola............... Sony......................
Ferrari.................... Levis.......................
Swatch................... Mobile phones............
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