FH-Refresher-IntBusiness-U6-Test

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This test helps you to find out what you still know about unit 6 of our book.

You can correct wrong answers if you think it might be wrong.

After you have submitted I will give you the result and I'll tell you whether you have passed the test or failed.

And don't waste your time.

You have only 30 minutes to do this test.

U6

What is it? (1)

a detailed plan prepared by an organisation of how much money it will receive, how much it intends to spend and how it will spend the money

  

What is it? (2)

money used to start a business

  

What is it? (3)

money which organisations, for example banks, lend to people and businesses for specific projects

  

What is it? (4)

money that a person or organisation has available for a particular purpose

(this word is always used in the plural)

  

What is it? (5)

money that people or organisations put into a business in the hope of making a profit

  

What is it? (6)

a business activity in which two or more companies have invested together

(two words)

  

What is it? (7)

to make a new product available for sale for the first time

  

What is it? (8)

the period of time needed to get back the cost of an investment

(two words)

  

What is it? (9)

the possibility of future success of a product or venture

  

What is it? (10)

the amount of profit on an investment in relation to the amount of money invested (abbreviation ROI)

(three words)

  

What is it? (11)

knowledge dealing with scientific or industrial methods and the use of these methods in industry

  

What is it? (12)

a new business activity or project that involves taking risks

  

What is it? (13)

someone who invests money in new businesses

  

Which is the correct word? (1)

I’m certain there be space tourism in the future.

Which is the correct word? (2)

Their flight is delayed so it be a problem if you arrive at two.

Which is the correct word? (3)

Some people be interested in your proposal but don't think so.

Which is the correct word? (4)

The project manager is on the phone. He says he hopes to finish on time but that they be late because there is a problem with some parts.

Which is the correct word? (5)

Ted thinks the price of a ticket into space be around $150,000 in the future.

Which is the correct word? (6)

Thanks for calling. I give him your message.

Which is the correct word? (7)

She be able to go tonight. She’ll call later to confirm.

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (1)

We’ll put our latest product on the market at the end of next month.

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (2)

They’ll probably put a million euros into this company.  

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (3)

It’s an agreement to work together between a Spanish and Italian company.  

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (4)

This plan has a possibility of future success 

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (5)

We are working with a carefully controlled budget.  

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (6)

Let’s ask the bank to help us with the setting up of a new business costs.  

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (7)

They want us to read their business plan so that we’ll give them the money for their new business venture.  

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (8)

They increase their prices every month!   

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (9)

I think I’ll go by the elevator to the fifth floor.  

Use another word to replace the underlined one. (10)

We can agree to a six month period for getting back the cost of the investment.   

Type in the missing preposition. (1)

What do you estimate the return    our investment will be?

Type in the missing preposition. (2)

I’ll try to borrow the money    my brother.

Type in the missing preposition. (3)

Most scientists don’t have a very good understanding    business.

Type in the missing preposition. (4)

We can’t run this such a low budget.

Type in the missing preposition. (5)

I lent my mobile my colleague at work.

Type in the missing preposition. (6)

Over 20% of office workers also work home.

Complete the phrases for making predictions. (1)

It’s that we’ll live on the moon one day.

Complete the phrases for making predictions. (2)

I don't that to happen.

Complete the phrases for making predictions. (3)

I'm they’ll give us the contract.

Complete the phrases for making predictions. (4)

I think it’s that they’ll buy our robot.

Complete the phrases for making predictions. (5)

This will need a lot of work.

Complete the phrases for making predictions. (6)

It be a good way to increase profits.

Complete the phrases for making predictions. (7)

I don't  that’s true at all.

Finish

It's done now.

I hope you could answer all the questions. If not, have a closer look at unit 6 in our book "Intelligent Business".

Then you'll surely succeed in passing the exam.

Good bye for now!