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Business English Grammar Exercise | Topic: Choose the right article 7

When it comes to Business English, a lot of non-native speakers know the specific terminology, but still make grammatical mistakes, especially in problem areas such as articles. This exercise will help you to practice using English articles in a Business English context. Use it to prepare for the TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) and other official Business English exams/certificates.

QUESTIONS:
(Choose the best response for each one)


1. I just found out that Citibank is planning __________________________ layoffs.
  the
  NO ARTICLE
  a

2. Really? Do you know which workers will be affected by __________________________ layoffs (that they're planning)?
  a
  NO ARTICLE
  the

3. He is a media mogul. He owns __________________________ newspaper and several magazines.
  the
  a
  NO ARTICLE

4. We need to get __________________________ accountant to prepare our taxes this year. ("Some" accountant - No particular accountant in mind)
  an
  the
  NO ARTICLE

5. That isn't __________________________ way we do things around here.
  the
  a
  NO ARTICLE

6. Think about __________________________ what I told you.
  the
  a
  NO ARTICLE

7. Are you thinking of staring __________________________ business?
  a
  the
  NO ARTICLE

8. We've been getting a lot of __________________________ business recently.
  NO ARTICLE
  the
  a

9. Q: What does John do? A: He's __________________________ financial advisor at Merrill Lynch. (He's not the only financial advisor there)
  the
  a
  NO ARTICLE

10. Well, they made us __________________________ offer, and we accepted it.
  the
  NO ARTICLE
  an

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