Business English Tenses Exercise
Answers to the exercise on tenses
The answers to the exercise Business English Tenses Exercise 2
To complete the exercise, you had to fill in the missing gaps using the words below to complete the sentence.
Missing word exercise
English tense exercise
- In England, You'd better start looking at job advertisements if you want to to find a better job.
- There aren't many days left to go shopping before Christmas.
- She'll sign a contract for another 4 years but you to increase her bonus.
- They'd rather have no deal at all than lose face.
- Here's in England is probably the place that has the best balance between work and play in Europe.
- Our competitors must've given a bribe to win that contract, they have such a bad reputation for doing things like that.
- Business conditions won't improve that much in the next financial year.
- That'll only work if we change the whole structure of the corporate culture of the company.
- If you improve your time management, they'll be careful are they will only find more work for you to do.
- We should've taken more holidays last year, as it would actually have improved our productivity.
- If you think by just ignoring it, it'll go away you are in for a big shock
- I don't know who's replacing my boss, but I don't envy him or her as they have a big job in there hands.
- I'm always late, aren't I?
- Proper grammar's really important not only in Everyday English, but in Business English, but I ain't got none.
Which of the 14 sentences in exercise 1 are standard spoken English?
The answers is sentence 14 the word that is not standard English is ain't
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