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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30569: Business Expressions
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    1. I thought this time things were going to be better. Losing the contract was to swallow.
    2. We've lost the contract thanks to your incompetence. You really , didn't you?
    3. I'd be better off stopping my legal job and doing jobs for cash. The is the only way to make money these days.
    4. The product didn't work in the States. As they say there, it really .
    5. However, the same product sold really well in England. As they say there, it .
    6. He used to work on the factory floor. Yes, he really started out as a worker.
    7. There are many reasons why this should be a success. However, the is that it has been a big flop.
    8. Production has been unable to keep peace with demand. We are doing our best to eliminate the .
    9. We'll have to start again on this one -it's time to go .
    10. Don't leave out any details. I want a full account of what happened in the meeting.

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