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

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  1. A) Put the verbs in brackets into the correct forms of Present, Past or Future Simple.
  2. B). Open the brackets. c). Put questions to the underlined words.
  3. Choose the correct variant.
  4. Choose the word or word combination to match the definition.
  5. Choose the word or word combination to match the definition.
  6. Complete the sentences, using the words from Ex. 3. Three of them are used twice. The first one is done for you.
  7. Complete the word puzzle using the text and clues below.
  8. Complete these sentences using the correct form of one of the words above. Make sentences of your own to show that you understand the difference in their meaning.
  9. Complete these sentences using the correct form of one of the words above. Make your own sentences to show that you understand the difference in their meaning.
  10. D) Choose one of the words to complete the sentences
  11. Dans les phrases suivantes employez les mots
  12. Definition and classification of protocol

 
 

 

 


1. the money that a business spends in order to produce goods or services;

2. the quantity of goods produced;

3. the money spent to run a business, such as rents, salaries, heat, etc.

4. items of value to a person, business, or institution;

5. money owed by a company; a debt;

6. money that is owed to a business;

7. a sum of money paid into a bank;

8. an amount of money spent;

9. debts that are payable on demand or within one year;

10. money owed that does not have to be repaid until some future date;

11. the cost of materials, labour, etc. involved in making a product.

 

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

1. We had to increase prices this year just to cover our … .

2. Factory workers have increased … by 10 %.

3. It took him years to pay off all his … .

4. … are bills that the company expects to pay in the near future.

5. … include rent.

6. Updating these machines will increase our … this year.

7. The company does not have enough money to meet its … .

8. He is … to pay his debts.

9. The assets help … the income of the company.

10. The company was forced to sell off its … .

11. Telephone bills, payroll, and rent are some of our monthly … .

 
 
assets, generate, due, liabilities, expenditure, fixed costs, current liabilities, debts, output, costs, expenses.

 

 


Ex.8. Fill in the missing prepositions:

Assets

Current assets are cash and other assets that can be quickly converted … cash or that will be used … one year. Cash is the most liquid asset, so it is listed first. Following that are stocks, bonds, and so on – that can be converted … cash … a matter … days. Next are the firm’s receivables.

Fixed assets are assets that will be held or used … a period longer than one year. They generally include land, buildings, and equipment.

Intangible assets are assets that do not exist physically but that have a value based … legal rights or advantages that they confer … a firm. They include patents, copyrights, trademarks. They are … value … the firm … a number … years.



(to, on (2), for (2), of (3), in, into (2), within)

 

Ex.9. These words are often confused:

price worth cost value

price – the amount of money you have to pay (usually for goods) in order to buy them;  
worth – adj. having a value or a price;
cost n. the amount of money paid or charged for goods or services;v. to be the price of something;  
value the amount that something is worth, measured especially in money.

 


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