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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68: Vocabulary: business
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    Vocabulary: business


    Choose the right word to build understandable sentences, that can be heard or read at work, at the office, in a business context.



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    1. (On the phone). the line please, I'm going to put you through.
    2. (On the Phone) I am sorry, it's not his number ! You made a mistake, you may get the wrong .
    3. People who grow up in project-based organisations have a different experience.
    4. The role of the business manager changes: they not only manage day to day operations but also provide career .
    5. In the past a company would have had a deep, static management designed principally to manage.
    6. Project management rules and guidelines must become the of the business, not this of IT.
    7. Top management and staff information on an adhoc irregular basis.
    8. The software used by my company meets its need for financial information completely.
    9. My company's staff view providing accurate information for financial management as an impediment to getting their done.
    10. and expenses are reported by product and service areas.








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