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Ch. 6 Business Vocabulary. community competitors customer law loss rpices profit staff taxes wages. value your …. focus only on making a big …. pay employees low …. charge high …. never break the …. avoid paying …. to the government believe the …. is always right

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ch 6 business vocabulary
Ch. 6 BusinessVocabulary
  • community
  • competitors
  • customer
  • law
  • loss
  • rpices
  • profit
  • staff
  • taxes wages
  • value your ….
  • focus only on making a big ….
  • pay employees low ….
  • charge high ….
  • never break the ….
  • avoid paying …. to the government
  • believe the …. is always right
  • invest in the local ….
  • put your …. out of business
  • be prepared to make a …. for at least the first year.
match the people in the box with their job role
match the people in the box with their job role
  • customer
  • entrepreneur
  • manufacturer
  • partner
  • retailer
  • supplier
  • wholesaler
  • sells directly to the public
  • makes goods
  • starts new businesses
  • is one of the owners of a business
  • buys large quantities of goods from producers and sells them to shops and businesses
  • buys directly from a shop or a company
  • provides goods/parts to shops and businesses
speak with your partner
speak with your partner:
  • Which are your favourite retailers? What do you like about them?
  • Name three large manufacturers. Do you buy their products? Why / Why not?
  • Give an example of good/bad customer service you have experienced.
  • Can you name a famous entrepreneur? Do you admire him/her? Why/Why not?
  • If you started a business, what kind of business would it be? Would you like a family member as a partner? Why/ Why not?
write the verb in bold in the past continuous or past simple
write the verb in bold in the past continuous or past simple

When I study at university, I took a part-time job as a security guard at a factory to earn some extra money. I often work at night, and one evening I check the warehouse when I hear a noise. I was really scared so I call the police. They arrived and while they search the area they found someone asleep in a small cupboard next to the warehouse. The person be the daytime security guard, who live in the factory because he couldn’t afford to rent a flat. He wear pyjamas produced in the factory. The factory owners were furious at first and plan to sack the young man but in the end they found him a cheap lat and eh keep his job.

write the verb in bold in the past continuous or past simple1
write the verb in bold in the past continuous or past simple

When I was studying at university, I took a part-time job as a security guard at a factory to earn some extra money. I often worked at night, and one evening I was checking the warehouse when I heard a noise. I was really scared so I called the police. They arrived and while they were searching the area they found someone asleep in a small cupboard next to the warehouse. The person was the daytime security guard, who lived in the factory because he couldn’t afford to rent a flat. He was wearing pajamas produced in the factory. The factory owners were furious at first and were planning to sack the young man, but in the end they found him a cheap flat and he kept his job.

match the sentence halves
match the sentence halves
  • By the time they got to the cinema
  • He stayed out late
  • By the end of his first year at university
  • I’d just gone to sleep
  • After I’d booked the tickets
  • after I’d told him.
  • when the phone rang and woke me up.
  • the film had already started.
  • she changed her mind and said she wanted to eat out instead.
  • he’d already decided he didn’t want to be a dotor.