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Business English Exercise | Topic: Negotiations/Business talks 3

Designed to help you practice vocabulary relating to negotiating and reaching agreements in business. Although this quiz is meant for ESL students, it'll be useful to anyone who wants to practice this specialized vocabulary.


QUESTIONS:
(Choose the best response for each one)


1. The two sides have not come to an agreement. They are still __________________________.
  deadly
  successful
  deadlocked

2. It is doubtful that the parties will come to an agreement. There is little hope of a __________________________.
  changing
  breakthrough
  collaboration

3. P1: So, neither party is willing to __________________________? P2: No. Neither one will make concessions.
  complement
  compromise
  retain

4. There is __________________________ in our position. = We have not changed our position.
  no change
  not a change
  no changing

5. Negotiations are at an __________________________. = The parties are unable to come to an agreement.
  impact
  impart
  impasse

6. When negotiations __________________________, it means that they are continuing, but in an uncertain/difficult manner.
  falter
  fall
  fail

7. When will this agreement __________________________? ( = start/become valid/begin to operate)
  come into effect
  come to effect
  have an effect

8. We hope to __________________________ an agreement by Friday.
  come
  restore
  reach

9. The talks broke down. = The talks __________________________.
  fell
  collapsed
  fell-down

10. Both sides are hoping for a successful __________________________. ( = result)
  outcome
  outburst
  change

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