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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

Whose woods these are I think I know.

His house is in the village though;   

He will not see me stopping here   

To watch his woods fill up with snow.   

My little horse must think it queer   

To stop without a farmhouse near   

Between the woods and frozen lake   

The darkest evening of the year.   

He gives his harness bells a shake   

To ask if there is some mistake.   

The only other sound’s the sweep   

Of easy wind and downy flake.   

The woods are lovely, dark & deep.   

But I have promises to keep,   

And miles to go before I sleep,   

And miles to go before I sleep.

ROBERT FROST

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HOMEWORK check:
  • RB, p. 23, task V 1) sole trader 2) partnership 3) losses 4) liability 5) bankruptcy 6) corporations 7) creditors 8) shares 9) prospectus10) registered
  • Founding a company (RB p. 24) ↓ What have we learnt?
one against 90 or so1
One against 90 or so...
  • A government department which checks on new companies and people in them is called...
  • the Register of Companies
  • the Registrar of Companies
  • the Registar of Companies
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One against 90 or so...
  • A government department which checks on new companies and people in them is called...
  • the Register of Companies
  • the Registrarof Companies
  • the Registar of Companies
one against 90 or so3
One against 90 or so...
  • A document setting out in detail the name of the company, the type of business, the total share of capital and the kind of shares it will issue is called ...

1 the Articles of Association

2 the Memorandum of Association

3 a certificate of incorporation

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One against 90 or so...
  • A document setting out in detail the name of the company, the type of business, the total share of capital and the kind of shares it will issue is called ...

1 the Articles of Association

2 the Memorandum of Association

3 a certificate of incorporation

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One against 90 or so...

People wishing to form a limited companymust work ____ the details of the business.1) up2) out3) by

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One against 90 or so...

People wishing to form a limited companymust work out the details of the business.

1 up

2 out

3 by

work out ≈ to plan or think of something

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One against 90 or so...

If a British business wants to become a public limited company, it needs to publish

1 the Articles of Association

2 a Certificate of Incorporation

3 a prospectus

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One against 90 or so...

If a British business wants to become a public limited company, it needs to publish

1 the Articles of Association

2 a Certificate of Incorporation

3 a prospectus

one against 90 or so9
One against 90 or so...

Hire a lawyer who specialises ____ company law.

1 in

2 for

3 on

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One against 90 or so...

Hire a lawyer who specialises in

company law.

1 in

2 for

3 on

one against 90 or so11
One against 90 or so...

To persuade is a synonym of

1 to coerce

2 to convince

3 to discourage

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One against 90 or so...

To persuade is a synonym of

  • to coerce
  • to convince
  • to discourage

Convince – make someone believe you

Persuade – make someone do something by providing reasons

Coerce – compel, to force sb. to do sth.

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One against 90 or so...

The opposite of fraudulent is

1) honest

2) deceitful

3) sham

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One against 90 or so...

The opposite of fraudulent is

1) honest

2) deceitful

3) sham

Fraud = trickery, deception, scam

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One against 90 or so...

To draw up a document is the same as to

1 draft a document

2 sign a document

3 show a document

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One against 90 or so...

To draw up a document is the same as to

1 draft a document

2 sign a document

3 show a document

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One against 90 or so...

In the phrase personal fortune, fortune is a synonym of

1 wealth

2 luck

3 fate

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One against 90 or so...

In the phrase personal fortune, fortune is a synonym of

1 wealth

2 luck

3 fate

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One against 90 or so...

Premises are

1 assurances, when you give your word

2 omens

3 a place where some business is done

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One against 90 or so...

Premises are

1 assurances, when you give your word

2 omens

3 a place where some business is done

(the building and land surrounding it)

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Reader, P 24
  • What documents are required when forming a limited company?
  • What information should be provided in the documents?
  • What is the role of the Registrar of Companies?

PAIRWORK: Describe the process shown in the illustration on p 24.

advantages of different types of business organisations in the uk
Advantages of different types of business organisations in the UK

Read your homework:

(Pick any of the tasks. Colleagues identify which task it is. Is anything missing?).

  • Task 1: adv. of unincorporated businesses
  • Task 2: adv. of PLC over Ltd.
  • Task 3: adv. of incorporated businesses
  • Task 4: adv. of Ltd. over PLC
  • Pls, hand in your hw.
an educational break check this out
An educational break!Check this out!
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/business/aims/limitedcompaniesrev_print.shtml
plc or public corporation
PLC or public corporation?

Public limited

company

  • Owned by the general public
  • Controled by the chairman selected by the government
  • Very large
  • Capital raised by issuing stocks
  • Profits go to the government
  • Aim: to serve the public interest

Public

corporation

Public

corporation

Public limited

company

Public

corporation

Public

corporation

reader p 23 task iv public limited company public corporation
Reader, p. 23, task IVPublic limited company≠Public corporation

Compare in writing:

Public limited company and Public corporation

e.g. While a PLC is owned by the general public, a public corporation is owned by....

Try using: while, whereas, on the other hand, in contrast...

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LINKING WORDS:

Additional information: and, furthermore, moreover, in addition to, next, then, besides

Reason: because, because of, due to, owing to, as, since, therefore, that’s why

Contrast: on the other hand, on the contrary, in contrast, although, yet, but, while, whereas

Concession:(even)though, anyway, however, nevertheless, in any case, in spite of that, despite

Purpose:in order to, so that

Result/Consequence: consequently, as a result, therefore, so, thus

Giving example: for example, for instance

nationalization vs privatization
nationalization vs. privatization

1 F

2 E

3 A

4 C

5 B

6 D

What is nationalization?

What is privatization?

Why privatize?

Does it work?

What’s the downside?

→ Reader, p 27 What is privatization, anyway?

Skimto match questions to paragraphs

HW: Read the whole text, answer the questions