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Ex.5. Match the nouns in the left hand column with the verbs in the right hand column

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  1. A) Put the verbs in brackets into the correct forms of Present, Past or Future Simple.
  2. Adverbs. Pronouns.
  3. Answer the questions on the text, choosing the right variant.
  4. Choose the right answer
  5. Choose the right variant.
  6. Choose the right variant.
  7. Choose the word or word combination to match the definition.
  8. Choose the word or word combination to match the definition.
  9. Choosing Colour to Make the Right Impression
  10. Collective Nouns/ Nouns of Multitude
  11. English Proverbs and Sayings
  12. Ex.1. Complete the sentences using the correct passive (continuous) form of the verbs in brackets.
redundancy give
  hand in
resignation   closure   loss   salary   the sack offer take suffer make face result in be threatened with get increase reduce

 

Ex.6. Look at the words and phrases in the box. Match them with the correct definition from the list below.

 
 

 


1. a situation in which a worker agrees to give up his/her job;

2. to give up a job or position;

3. to stop work, esp. because of age;

4. the act of bringing something to an end;

5. moving a person or an organization from one place to another;

6. to remove an employee from a job or position;

7. a payment made to an employee as a compensation for the loss of a job;

8. to get money by working;

9. to leave a job at an earlier age;

10. without a job; idle.

 

Ex.7. Write the appropriate word or phrase in the following spaces. Translate the sentences into Ukrainian.

1. She decided to take … rather than a cut in pay.

2. She has … from her post as marketing manager.

3. He was asked … when the fraud was discovered.

4. He … from the bank after 30 years service.

5. The usual age of … is 60.

6. The bank clerk was … for dishonesty.

7. Over 500 steel workers face … .

8. A slump in business has led to the … of many factories.

9. The merger will result in … .

10. If he is late again he will get … .

11. The employee protested against the reason for his … .

12. The company has … a section of its employees.

13. My friend was … from her job yesterday.

 
 
Terminated, laid off, dismissal, the sack, relocation, closure, redundancy, fired, retirement, retired, to resign, resigned, voluntary redundancy.

 

 


Ex.8. Divide the words and word combinations in the box into two columns.

If you've done something wrong, you are … If you've done nothing wrong, you are …
___________________ ____________________
___________________ ____________________
___________________ ____________________
___________________  

 

Ex.9. Fill in the missing prepositions.



Redundancy

Redundancy is the situation that results when an employee’s contract … employment is ended because that job no longer exists or is no longer needed. A factory might close …, which would make all the workforce redundant, or, … a factory, a new machine might make a particular job no longer necessary. Workers who are made redundant have a right to receive compensation … the form … a lump-sum payment which varies ... the length … service … the employee. Many companies … fact negotiate … trade unions to give more than the minimum legal requirement … compensation, especially if they are asking … workers to accept voluntary redundancy as opposed … compulsary redundancy.

(to, down, in (3), within, according to, of (4), with, for)

 

 

Exercises in Comprehenson

 

Ex.1. Answer the following questions:

1. How can a person leave a job?

2. When does a person resign?

3. When does a person retire?

4. What do we call “early retirement”?

5. What is redundancy?

6. What is a redundancy payment?

7. How is the compensation for the job loss calculated?

8. What do we call "outplacement"?

9. When is a person fired or sacked?

 


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