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Topic: Basic Terms for Beginners 10

This exercise has a broad range of general business-related terms for beginners. It's a good way for ESL students to learn basic words and expressions used in the world of business.

Choose the best response to complete each of the sentences below.


1. We haven't been very ________________________ in promoting our products. = We haven't been promoting our products too much.
  action
  acting
  active

2. We're investing money in areas where we think we can grow and be ________________________.
  profit
  profitable
  profiting

3. The inflation rate has been ________________________ higher by rising food and energy costs.
  put
  pushed
  increased

4. The ________________________ results surprised everyone.
  better-than-expected
  better-than-thought
  beat expectations

5. I expect this to become the next big ________________________. ( = popular thing)
  trendy
  trend-setter
  trend

6. Job opportunities are sometimes referred to as "job ________________________."
  prospects
  offers
  training

7. We expect this to ________________________ ( = change) in the months ahead.
  turn around
  turn out
  turn

8. They are the world's largest ________________________ of anti-inflammatory drugs.
  produce
  production
  producer

9. We used to make these cups from glass, but we ________________________ to plastic in 2020.
  swapped
  switched
  altered

10. Our factory is inspected on a ________________________. ( = regularly)
  regular basis
  scheduled visit
  time to time


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