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ENGLISH – LEVEL VI. Week 6 – Lesson 12. Key:. 1. choose, would hire 2. would she have left, had offered 3. is, will miss 4. didn’t have, would leave 5. were/was, would print 6. had reduced, wouldn’t have made. 7. would make, had 8. were/was, would promote 9. would buy, was/were

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english level vi

ENGLISH – LEVEL VI

Week 6 – Lesson 12

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Key:
  • 1. choose, would hire
  • 2. would she have left, had offered
  • 3. is, will miss
  • 4. didn’t have, would leave
  • 5. were/was, would print
  • 6. had reduced, wouldn’t have made
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7. would make, had

  • 8. were/was, would promote
  • 9. would buy, was/were
  • 10. hadn’t repaired, would have lost
  • 11. hadn’t made, wouldn’t have made
  • 12. don’t pay, won’t do
  • 13. will pass, don’t mind
choose the best item
CHOOSE THE BEST ITEM:
  • There was record-__________________________ trading volume on the New York Stock Exchange this week.   taking  destroying  breaking
  • The recovery raised __________________________ that the worst might be over.   ideas  thoughts  hopes
  • The earnings were higher than __________________________, which sent the stock through the roof ( = increased its value dramatically).  accepted  expected  escaped
  • It was a good day for us. Our stock __________________________ to $45 a share!  hopped  jumped  skipped
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Their shares _______________________ by 100% after news of the big contract came out.   rocketed  went up slightly  finished

  • Their shares __________________________after they reported a 30 percent decline in third-quarter earnings.   sank  rocketed  went through the roof
  • The shares __________________________ Friday. ( = The price remained the same)  finished  remained unchanged  rallied
  • The stock market has been __________________________ for three days straight.   fall  lower  down
  • I\'m hoping for a 10% __________________________ over the next year.  increasing  increase  increased
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When a stock market __________________________( = goes down considerably), many investors lose a lot of money.   clashes  smashes  crashes

  • My _______________________ advised me to buy this company\'s stock.   broker  breaker  brokerage
  • The news had no __________________________ on the price of the stock.  interest  impasse  impact
  • Online brokers are usually less expensive than their offline _________________________.  counterparts  version  counteract
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Two occasions of ___ declining activity were registered in the years of 1929 and 1987.

disastrous

disastrously

  • The Dow Jones is an index ___ the economists Edward Jones and Charles Henry Dow.

name after

named after

is naming after

  • Only the initials of the companies and the price of their shares ___ on the billboard.

are flashed

is flashing

  • I made my _____ buying and selling stocks.

fortunetreasurewealthy

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The store won\'t change any merchandise without the original _____.

receiptcredit-cardrecipe

  • People who like to buy and sell stocks are called _____.

swindlerinvestorsheir

collocations
Collocations:
  • bank account
  • bank balance
  • bank branch
  • bank deposit
  • bank lending rates
  • bank loan
  • exchange rate
  • foreign currency
  • interest rate
  • to cash a cheque
  • cheque book
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COLLOCATIONS:
  • merchant bank
  • money laundering
  • to open an account
  • preference share (GB) - preferred stock (US)
  • current account (GB) - checking account (US)
  • to take out a loan
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