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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66: Vocabulary - business
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    Vocabulary - business

    Choose the right word to build understandable sentences, found at work, at the office, in a business context.

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    1. When you came to work here, did you get a option plan ?
    2. As a manager, I a meeting with my team, every monday morning.
    3. This product is 20000 euros, Added Tax excluded.
    4. This company owns hundreds of all over the world, but its head office is located in Paris.
    5. In software companies, sales need to work closely with the presales departement.
    6. Did you send this customer a ? He needs to justify his purchase.
    7. In telecom companies, one of their pain points is to retain customers, i.e. minimize the rate.
    8. Our chairman left the company because he felt too old. He 3 weeks ago.
    9. As our new European Vice President, what's your plan for the next 2 years ?
    10. I don't understand everybody's function in that company. Could you bring me its chart, please ?

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