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BUSINESS ENGLISH TRAINING | Topic: English for Sales and Marketing/Choose the right synonym 1

Our "Choose the right synonym" exercises are designed to help you increase your knowledge of specialized vocabulary. All you have to do is choose the right word(s) to make the two sentences have the same meaning.



QUESTIONS:
1. There has been a drop in sales. = Sales have _________________.
  decreased
  downed
  increased

2. Sales have increased for three years _________________. = Sales have increased for three years in a row.
  even
  straight
  forward

3. You have to market these particular attributes. = You have to market these particular _________________.
  qualifiers
  qualifications
  qualities

4. We shouldn't use the same old strategies. = We should __________________ using the same old strategies.
  avoid
  averse
  avert

5. Thanks to smart planning, we have __________________ another crisis. = Thanks to smart planning, we have thwarted another crisis.
  put forth
  unveiled
  averted

6. We shouldn't rule that out as an option. = We should still _________________ that an option.
  reject
  consider
  contain

7. The figures are down from January. = The _________________ are down from January.
  numbers
  numerals
  mathematics

8. Our company has seen 10 years of uninterrupted growth. = Our company has seen 10 years of _________________ growth.
  sporadic
  steady
  stagnant

9. We should market this product as being durable and dependable. = We should market this product as being _________________ and dependable.
  study
  sturdy
  studious

10. We need to develop a new strategy. = We need a new _________________.
  appraisal
  approval
  approach

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