1. Dealing with government bureaucracy in some countries involves a lot of .
2. By the time I'm 55, .
3. Our business has been really since we started advertising on Google.
4. If they hadn't done such a bad job last year, we with another company this time.
5. I those changes last week.
6. Over the past three and half years, I in a number of interesting projects.
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          1. Companies often ask candidates to complete and send it to them with a CV.
2. If you apply for a , you are asking for a particular position or job in a company.
3. A is another name for a company.
4. If your job application is successful, you are put on a shortlist and invited to attend an .
5. Another way to say “Why did you hand in your notice?” is
6. Job candidates are often asked to provide from previous teachers or employers.
7. A person who lives outside a city and travels into the centre to work every day is called a .
8. Regular annual increases in your salary are called .
9. Another way to say “What’s your job?” is
10. The extra things you receive in addition to your salary, such as a company car, health benefits and travel expenses, are called fringe benefits or .
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          1. I'll get back to you
2. Give me a ring
3. I'll call you
4. Could I have your name?
5. I'm putting you through
6. Would you like to hold?
7. The line’s engaged
8. How can I help you?
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          1. I have to take next Wednesday because I've got to take my mum to the hospital.
2. Sandra, would you mind David for me please?
3. Look, why don't we business cards, and I'll get in touch with you next week.
4. The amount of work that you have to do is called your .
5. Barry takes a lot of pride in .
6. Do you think it's to use a credit card online?
7. If you want to invest in the company, you'll have to 300,000 euros.
8. If you are you are always time.
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          1. We had to borrow some money to our business.
2. You can call me John. We're all on first name here.
3. He is the head of the accounting department means that he's the accounting department.
4. You didn't know he was going to resign? No, I must have missed all the signs.
5. I'm right now, can we talk in one hour?
6. Would it be for you if we met at 11.30 on Friday morning?
7. I'm a very positive and optimistic person. I always look on the .
8. Approximately 20% of my goes on tax.
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          1. Samantha is very rich. She and her husband made a on the stock market.
2. Another way of saying "he was fired" is "he was ."
3. A company that is quite new is often called .
4. I'd like to to David, our human resource manager.
5. This is Simon Green, he's the assistant sales manager until we find a replacement.
6. A more informal, British English word for colleague is .
7. Our business is . We're taking on two more people.
8. A casual day at the office, when you don't have to wear a suit and tie, is called .
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