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Business English Exercise | Topic: Sales (Trade Shows/ Trade Fairs) 1

Designed to teach you the most common vocabulary/terms used in sales (specifically relating to trade shows, trade fairs, or conferences). This exercise is meant for ESL (English as a second language) students, but will be useful to anyone wanting to learn this specialized terminology.


QUESTIONS:
(Choose the best response for each one)


1. For many companies, trade show marketing can be a ____________________.
  bad dream
  nightmare
  bad scene

2. One of the things you have to consider are the ____________________ for your space.
  rent fees
  payment fees
  rental fees

3. The trade show is tomorrow and the print shop hasn't finished printing our ____________________ yet!
  sales things
  sales materials
  selling materials

4. Our ____________________ production costs are low, since we're setting it up ourselves.
  booth
  box
  boot

5. I ____________________ five trade shows last year.
  attended
  went
  atoned

6. Stacks of business cards = ____________________ business cards
  A couple of
  No
  Lots of

7. A trade show isn't worth your time and effort if it doesn't produce good ____________________.
  leads
  loads
  experiences

8. One of the main reasons we're attending the trade show is to connect with ____________________.
  potential partners
  potential partnerships
  potent partners

9. Trade shows produce about 20 ____________________ of our annual leads.
  percentage
  percent
  average

10. Setting up a professional looking booth and presentation will help up to raise our ____________________.
  opinion
  look
  profile

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