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meaning of global #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 05, 2007 3:26 am   meaning of global
 

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ESL/EFL Test #146 "Conversations and Comprehension Test", question 7

Ron: Do you think the business conference went well?
Sarah: Yes, but next year I think the planners should include more about global technology.
Ron: I agree. We should know more about that.
Question: What area does Sarah want to include in next year's conference? ..........

(a) The environment
(b) Technology around the world
(c) Technology and modern business

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #146 "Conversations and Comprehension Test", answer 7

Ron: Do you think the business conference went well?
Sarah: Yes, but next year I think the planners should include more about global technology.
Ron: I agree. We should know more about that.
Question: What area does Sarah want to include in next year's conference? Technology around the world.

Correct answer: (b) Technology around the world
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meaning of global #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:29 am   meaning of global
 

HI,

What does 'global' mean? 'Globe' is often used to describe the world. 'Global' is the adjective from'globe' For example 'a global problem' is a problem you can find in every part of the world/globe.

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