Business English Vocabulary and Phrases Quiz

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The company's profits ______ increased significantly this quarter.

have

Our team ______ working on a new project for a client.

is

The CEO ______ just announced a merger with another company.

has

The sales team ______ meeting with potential clients next week.

is

Our office ______ located in the city centre.

is

The CEO ______ a new partnership with a global company.

announced

Our sales team ______ with potential clients yesterday.

met

The customer service team ______ the complaint professionally.

handled

The marketing department ______ a new advertising campaign last month.

launched

Our team ______ the project ahead of schedule.

completed

Study Notes

Business English and Grammar

Introducing Yourself and Your Company

  • When talking about your company, use the correct verb forms (e.g., "has" or "have" for singular or plural subjects).
  • Use modal verbs (e.g., "can", "could", "may", "might", "shall", "should", "will", "would") to express ability, permission, or obligation.

Meeting Vocabulary

  • Learn basic vocabulary for meetings, such as "agenda", "minutes", "action items", and "follow-up".

Telephoning Vocabulary

  • Familiarize yourself with common telephone phrases, such as "Can I speak to...", "I'll call you back", and "What's the purpose of your call?"

Arranging a Visit

  • Learn to make arrangements for a visit, including scheduling and logistics.

Basic Email Writing

  • Understand the basics of writing a business email, including subject lines, greetings, and formal language.

Logistics and Travel

  • Learn to use the past simple tense to describe completed actions, such as "was", "were", "completed", "announced", and "launched".

Grammar and Verb Usage

  • Use the correct verb forms for singular and plural subjects, such as "has" for singular and "have" for plural.
  • Use the past simple tense to describe completed actions, such as "was", "were", "completed", "announced", and "launched".
  • Use modal verbs to express ability, permission, or obligation, such as "can", "could", "may", "might", "shall", "should", "will", and "would".

Exercise 1: Underline the Correct Word

  • Practice using the correct verb forms and modal verbs in sentences, such as "Are / Is / Do you Mr. Smith?" and "The company's profits (has / have) increased significantly this quarter."

Exercise 2: Complete the Sentences

  • Complete sentences using the past simple tense, such as "Jane was (be) at the marketing meeting yesterday" and "The marketing department (launch) a new advertising campaign last month."

Test your knowledge on various business English topics including talking about your company and job, basic meeting and telephoning vocabulary, arranging visits, basics of emails, logistics, past simple adjectives for description, and modal verbs.

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