- •Практикум по закреплению
- •Unit I. Company Structures (sb, p. 4–13)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read the text on p. 6, translate it and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3. Do the company profile exercise on p. 9 (the Colgate – Palmolive Company)
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5.
- •Task 6. Give Russian equivalents for these phrases:
- •Task 7. Translate from English into Russian without using a dictionary:
- •Task 8. Translate from Russian into English:
- •Unit 2. Recruitment (sb, p. 14–24)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read the text on p.16, translate it and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the texts:
- •Task 3. Use the appropriate tense forms and answer the questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5. Present simple and present continuous
- •Mindsteps™
- •Task 6. Give Russian equivalents for these phrases:
- •Task 7. Translate from English into Russian without using a dictionary:
- •Task 8. Translate from Russian into English:
- •Unit 3. Retailing (sb, p. 25–33)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read the text on p. 27, translate it and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3. Do exercises 2 and 3 on p. 28 and answer the questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5. Read the text about a controversial customer service programme at Safeway, a major American supermarket chain
- •A us Grocer’s Embrace of Customer Service
- •International Herald Tribune (adapted)
- •Task 6. Give Russian equivalents for the following phrases:
- •Task 7. Vocabulary Combine a word from a with one from b to match each of the definition below.
- •Task 8. Translate from English into Russian without using a dictionary:
- •Task 9. Translate from Russian into English:
- •Unit 4. Franchising (sb, p. 34–43)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read the text on p. 36, translate it and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the text.
- •Task 3. Read these replies to some questions about The Sport Shoe franchising program, and complete the gaps with the phrases from the box.
- •Task 4. Decide if the following statements refer to the franchiser (fr), the franchisee (fe) or the information is not given in the text (ng).
- •Task 5. Vocabulary. Make nouns by adding a suffix (-ity, -ness, -ment, -tion) to the words below.
- •Task 6. Give Russian equivalents for the following phrases:
- •Task 7. Read and translate without using a dictionary:
- •Task 8. Translate into English:
- •Task 9. Translate into Russian. Use a dictionary if necessary. Franchising
- •Unit 5. International Business Styles (sb, p. 44–45)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read the text on p. 46, translate it and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the text.
- •Task 3. Do exercise 2 on p. 48 (Gift giving).
- •Task 4. Read the following passage and choose the correct word from a, b or c to fill each gap.
- •Task 5. Find English equivalents in the text for:
- •Task 6. Language Focus
- •Task 7. Give Russian equivalents for:
- •Task 8. Translate into English using the vocabulary from the previous exercise
- •Task 9. Read and translate the text.
- •Unit 6. Banking (sb, p. 56–64)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read and translate the text on p. 58, answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the text.
- •Task 3. Read the following advertisement for Citibank, a global banking group, and choose the best sentence (a-I) from the box below to fill in each of the gaps.
- •International Currency Accounts
- •24-Hour free telephone banking with CitiPhone Banking
- •Vocabulary
- •Task 5. Give Russian equivalents for the expressions below:
- •Task 6. Translate into Russian without using a dictionary:
- •Task 7. Summarizing the topic.
- •Types of banks
- •Task 8. Translate into English:
- •Unit 7. Business and the Environment (sb, p. 65–73)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read the text on p. 67, translate it into Russian and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian into English using the vocabulary from the text.
- •Task 3. Do exercise 1 on p. 68, complete the passage and answer the questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5.
- •Task 6. Now choose the most appropriate extract (a-f)from the previous task to fill in each of the gaps in the text below.
- •Task 7. Use the correct form of the words in the box to complete the sentences below.
- •Task 8. Read the story about Anita Roddick, the founder of the Body Shop, and choose the correct word from a, b or c to fill the gaps.
- •Task 9. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 10. The passive
- •Task 11. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 12. Translate into English:
- •Unit 8. The Stock Market (sb, p. 74–83)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read the text on p. 76, translate it and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3. До ex. 2 on p. 77 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5.
- •Vocabulary. Match the words and expressions in the box with the headings below.
- •Task 6.
- •Task 7. Add appropriate words from the text to these sentences:
- •Unit 9. Import-Export / International Trade (sb p. 84–95)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Глагол Существительное.
- •Task 1. Read the text on p. 87 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate from Russian using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3. Do exercise 2 on p. 88 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for the following:
- •Task 5. Reading
- •Casualties of the Trade Wars
- •Task 6. Choose the correct answer to complete the following statements about the text.
- •Task 7.
- •Vocabulary. Use the letters in brackets to from a word to complete each sentence.
- •Task 8. Language Focus
- •Task 9. Translate into English:
- •Task 10. Read the text and answer the questions: tariffs, customs, and nontariff barriers
- •Task 11. Summarizing the Topic.
- •International trade
- •Task 12. Questions for discussion.
- •Unit 10. Company Performance (sb, p. 96–103)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read and translate the text. On p.98 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate into English using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3.
- •Board Ousts*bmw Chief and His heir.
- •Task 4. Answer the following questions on the text:
- •Task 5.
- •Task 6. Give English equivalents for the following:
- •Task 7. Match up these words with the definitions below.
- •Task 8. Use the words from Task 7 in gaps to complete the text.
- •Unit 11. Setting Up a Business (p. 106–115) Types of ownership
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read and translate the text on p. 108 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate into English using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3. Do ex. 3 on p. 110 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5. Read and translate the newspaper article and answer the questions: New Kids on the Business Block: Thatcher’s Enterprise Babes are Taking the Tycoon’s World by Storm
- •Task 6.
- •Task 7. Translate from Russian into English using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 8.
- •Vocabulary
- •Task 9. Read the text again and give English equivalents for the following phrases:
- •Task 10. Language Focus
- •Some tips on starting your own business
- •Task 11. Give Russian equivalents for the following phrases:
- •Unit 12. Corporate Alliances and Acquisions (sb, p. 116–124)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read and translate the text on p. 118 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate into English using the vocabulary from the text.
- •Task 3.
- •Task 4. Give Russian equivalents for the following phrases:
- •Task 5. Read and translate the text «After the deal».
- •Task 6. Say whether the statements are true (t) or false (f) according to the text.
- •Task 7. Understanding expressions
- •Task 8. Read and retell the text about mergers and acquisitions.
- •Unit 13. Marketing (sb, p. 125–133)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read and translate the text on p.126 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate into English using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3. Do ex. 3 on p. 128 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5. Reported speech
- •Task 6. Translate into English:
- •Task 7. Read and translate the text «What is marketing?»
- •Task 8.
- •Unit 14. Product and Corporate Advesrtising (sb, p. 134–142)
- •Vocabulary Notes
- •Task 1. Read and translate the text on p. 136 and answer the following questions:
- •Task 2. Translate into English using the vocabulary from the text:
- •Task 3. Do exercise «Practice» on p. 139 «Coca-Cola and its advertising» and answer the following questions:
- •Task 4. Give English equivalents for:
- •Task 5. Read the following article and choose the best sentence (a-I) from the list below to complete each gap.
- •Task 6. Answer the following questions:
- •Task 7. Translate into Russian:
- •Task 8. Select the correct alternatives to complete the text.
- •Task 9.
- •Task 10.
- •Content

# Task 9. Read the text again and give English equivalents for the following phrases:

подвергаться риску;

преодолевать препятствия;

отвергнуть просьбу;

принять вызов;

привлекать финансовые средства;

мотивированный и творческий подход;

стремиться открыть собственное дело;

способный быстро восстанавливать силы;

высокий уровень банкротств;

потерпеть неудачу;

бросить затею, отказаться от задуманного;

уйти из бизнеса;

привлечь партнера;

искать другие способы привлечения капитала;

Write down 10 sentences using the expressions from Task 8.

## Task 10. Language Focus

__Relative
pronouns __

Complete the text below with an appropriate relative pronoun: who, which, where, whose, that. If it is possible to omit the relative pronoun, indicate this with (-).

## Some tips on starting your own business

Planning is an essential ingredient for a successful business. The type of business 1)_______needs most careful thought is the one you start from scratch. But you don’t need an original idea to have a good business. If you are worried about starting from scratch, you might want to think about buying a business 2)_________ is already running.

Talking to people 3) ________ have already started up their own business is very useful. You can learn a great deal from both successful businesses and those 4)_______ have failed. Your Enterprise Agency or Chamber of Commerce may run business clubs 5)__________ you can meet other small business owners.

Not having enough finance, 6) _________ is one of the most common problems in small business, can be fatal. It is easy to underestimate the amount of money 7)______ you will need to start up your business. The time 8) _______ you spend working out your cash needs and monitoring cashflow is time well-spent.

You should have at least a basic understanding of trading laws, 9)________ protect consumers, employees, the general public and businesses as well.

Failure to respect these laws could even be a crime. For example, every employee 10) ________ employment continues for one month or more, has the right to receive a written statement, 11)_________ is a sort of contract with the terms and details of their employment.

Your local tax office will send you documents 12)_____________ show you how much you need to take out of each employee’s wages, and where to send the money.

**Answer
the following questions:**

What is important for a successful business?

What do you need if you start from scratch?

Why is it useful to talk to people who have already started up their own business?

What is the most common problem in small business?

What should you work out carefully? Why?

What basic knowledge do you need starting up a business?

What can failure to respect laws lead to?

What documents will you receive from your local tax office?

## Task 11. Give Russian equivalents for the following phrases:

an essential ingredient for a successful business

to start from scratch

to be worried about starting from scratch

you can learn a great deal from those who have failed to run business clubs

not having enough finance can be fatal

the amount of money you need to start up your business

it is easy to underestimate

to work out your cash needs and monitor cashflow

well – spent time

to have a basic understanding of trading laws

failure to respect the laws

a sort of contract with the terms and details of their employment

a local tax office

how much you need to take out of each employee's wages

Speak about useful tips for startups using the above vocabulary.

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