1. We should a meeting with accounts before the end of the week.
2. They the meeting because of the bad publicity we've been having.
3. The workers have a 5% pay rise.
4. Pepito knew that they'd eventually to his way of thinking.
5. Let's discuss this lunch.
6. My boss I have to work late tomorrow.
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          1. I'm sorry for interrupting you, please .
2. We need to the terms and conditions before we agree.
3. What exactly are you trying to say? What are you ?
4. I'm sorry, Lynn, I didn't . Can you say it again?
5. I'm sorry, he's at the moment, can he phone you back?
6. Having gone through the process many times before, I know exactly which to take.
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          1. They owe a lot of money to the banks and creditors. It isn't going to be easy for that company to get back .
2. I the job because I wasn't happy with my future prospects inside the company.
3. I'm sorry, I'm not sure what you're . What exactly do you mean?
4. The company was charged with making in its advertising campaign.
5. I'm going to ask Pepito to on this meeting. I think he'll have some valuable input.
6. She was in charge of all the graphics for our website.
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          1. Do you think you this report by the end of the day?
2. When you for a job, don't forget to send your CV.
3. I to a developers conference until I went to the one in Barcelona last month.
4. In the weeks the product launch, we'll all have to work very hard.
5. Our office usually at 7:30 PM, but today we're staying open until 8.
6. business in developing countries can be a frustrating experience.
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          1. How long as a software engineer?
2. A unit of ownership that represents an equal proportion of a company's capital is called .
3. We expect growth in sales from now until the end of the year.
4. We intend to issue a press with the launch date of our new product.
5. I'd rather not discuss that today. Let's to the agenda and save that point for the next meeting.
6. The meeting would have been called off if Jane at the last moment.
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1. In some countries businessmen and women dress formally. This means they wear
2. Recently, companies are introducing casual Fridays or days.
3. Casual clothes may help to create a more relaxed working
4. In spite of digital technology, it’s still common to business cards.
5. Most business cards show the first name and the family name or of the person.

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