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Business class vs. business park



 
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Business class vs. business park #1 (permalink) Mon Nov 20, 2006 16:46 pm   Business class vs. business park
 

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ESL/EFL Test #179 "Doing business: expressions with the word business", question 1

A ......... represents written documentation of the vital issues necessary to convince investors that a particular opportunity is worthy of investment.

(a) business class
(b) business card
(c) business park
(d) business plan

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #179 "Doing business: expressions with the word business", answer 1

A business plan represents written documentation of the vital issues necessary to convince investors that a particular opportunity is worthy of investment.

Correct answer: (d) business plan
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Business class vs. business park #2 (permalink) Mon Nov 20, 2006 20:38 pm   Business class vs. business park
 

Hi,

Business class is often used to describe a category when travelling by plane usually at a superior grade to that on a standard price
Business card would be a small printed card giving details of your name and company
Business park is a site often just outside a city or town where several businesses or comanpanies have their offices

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Business class vs. business park #3 (permalink) Wed Nov 22, 2006 17:02 pm   Business class vs. business park
 

A business plan, meanwhile, is a document produced with the main purpose of attracting investors.
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