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Take on extra staff #1 (permalink) Sun Dec 12, 2004 15:00 pm   Take on extra staff
 

Test No. incompl/inter-5 "do/make/get/take", question 6

The firm has expanded and they want to ......... on extra staff.

(a) do
(b) get
(c) make
(d) take

Test No. incompl/inter-5 "do/make/get/take", answer 6

The firm has expanded and they want to take on extra staff.

Correct answer: (d) take

Your answer was: incorrect
The firm has expanded and they want to get on extra staff.
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"To take on extra staff" means to employ more staff ?
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Extra staff #2 (permalink) Sun Dec 12, 2004 15:03 pm   Extra staff
 

You are right, to take on extra staff means to employ additional workers.

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