Learn how to explore English words! Start your FREE email English course now!
Web English-test.net

English grammar tests
easy  medium  advanced
English synonym tests
easy  medium  advanced
Business English tests
easy  medium  advanced
English idiom tests
easy  medium  advanced
Common error tests
easy  medium  advanced
email this test to a friend add bookmark Help: How to take this test? PDF version business quiz
Business English Exercises
 

Business buzzwords: A well thought out strategy

Test based on Internet resources

Home > Teaching Business English > Business English Lessons, Advanced Level # 168
previous answers PDF version next

 All tests  TOP 100  Forum  Dictionaries Ask a Teacher

When you're setting up your business, it's essential to think about how you'll ultimately end your involvement with it; a well thought-out ......... strategy can help you maximise the value you get from your business, successfully market it to potential buyers, and ensure you end your involvement with little disruption.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

Join our English Learning Community! — Make new friends today!
  Find penpals and make new friends today!

 english vocabulary, grammar and idioms Click here for Explanation

Even a dead ......... will bounce if dropped from high enough!


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

Start improving your listening skills today!  — Take these listening exercises now.

 esl lesson plans in 6 short stories with exercises Ask a Teacher

During the LTCM crisis there was extensive ......... by dealers who traded on their own accounts in the same direction as LTCM did, but just one or two minutes beforehand.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

501 Business English Exercises — Printable, photocopiable.
For use in a classroom, at home, on your PC or anywhere.

 have you ever heard about phrasebase? Ask a Teacher

When the market has a strong and quick upward movement, you'll hear 'the market has a .........'.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

Start FREE email English course now!Join more than 100,000 learners!


 english for beginners Ask a Teacher

Bendigo Mining Ltd is a fully fledged 'falling .........' at this stage; IMHO I would not attempt to punt the situation, as it is conceivable that the valuation could fall back even further towards cash value.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

Pimsleur English ESL/EFL — Learning English can
be fun. Try this audio program and you will make progress fast.

 language is a cycle Ask a Teacher

When traders attempt to time the market by identifying the end of a price trend and the beginning of a new one, but, due to greed and fear, tend to ......... their positions, this usually results in reduced gains or worse, further losses.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

 british vs. american english Ask a Teacher

In the wild market of the Roaring '20s, one of Wall Street's games was called '......... the tape': savvy investors secretly pooled to buy and sell shares in unison, and by creating an illusion of hectic activity on the ticker tape, they lured in unwitting small investors and pocketed big profits by dumping when prices were artificially high.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

 want to learn english language through hip-hop? Ask a Teacher

Any instrument described by the word '.........' is, as the root of the word implies, made from something else or from components; it may consist of a single contract, security, etc., or it may be a collection of instruments whose combined features are comparable to the instrument it replicates.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

 vocabulary games: english adverb quiz Ask a Teacher

A yellow ......... makes a takeover attempt but ends up discussing a merger with the target company; the implication is that the company attempting the takeover has chickened out, deciding to discuss things instead of making an aggressive move.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

 esl english vocabulary: verb noun adjective lists Ask a Teacher

If a trader goes bankrupt, it is not the result of one bad trade but a long string of them — such a trader is called a lame ......... because s/he is ineffective as a trader.


Click for Answer esl test: business buzzwords: a well thought out strategy (questions)

Back to top


Business English Practice Exercises Business English Tests — several topics are covered: office matters, job applications, computer English, money expressions, business law, operations management, retail marketing, e-commerce, accounting terms, contracts and agreements, commercial correspondence, etc.
You will be exposed to a wealth of authentic sample sentences that include a great variety of themes. This compact Business English Test Package is the only printable English test collection currently available on the Internet. It contains 501 Business English Exercises (10 questions per test plus answer keys).  Get your unique Business English Practice Exercises now!

  FREE email English course with 292031 Subscribers    
 
Get FREE English course via e-mail
 

Search results:

Free English test

You will find everything related to your search phrase "Free English test" on our vocabulary building pages such as parts of speech (nouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, pronouns, conjunctions, modifiers, etc.), common words, idioms, phrases and expressions, word definitions from online dictionaries, free word and sentence translation, grammar structures and much more.

  • TOEIC — Test Of English for International Communication (3420 words, 684 tests, intermediate level)
  • GRE — Graduate Record Examination (3750 words, 750 tests, intermediate level)
  • SAT — Scholastic Assessment Test (5010 words, 1002 tests, intermediate level)
  • TOEFL — Test Of English as a Foreign Language (600 words, 120 tests, advanced level)
  • GMAT — Graduate Management Admission Test (1400 words, 280 tests, advanced level)

Discover our English Forum
What does ''Even a dead cat will bounce if dropped from high enough'' mean?

 

To link to English-Test.net from your website, simply cut and paste the following code to your web page.

It will appear on your page as
Business English Lesson — Learn English Online at English-Test.net
English Tests for TOEFL, TOEIC, GMAT, GRE, SAT, PCAT, MCAT, ASVAB, ESL/EFL copyright © 2003—2022 english-test.net