FH-Refresher-IntBusiness-U5-Test

This test helps you to find out what you still know about unit 5 of our book.

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U5

What is it?

adj not having enough money to pay your debts and so not allowed to continue any business activities:

  

What is it?

a document produced by a new company giving details of expected sales and costs, how the company can be financed and why it can expect to make money

(two words)

  

What is it?

an organisation that makes or sells goods or services in order to make money

  

What is it?

a situation in which businesses are trying to be more successful than others by selling more goods and services and making more profit

  

What is it?

the total amount of a type of goods or services that people or companies want to buy

  

What is it?

the activities of making goods available to customers after they have been produced, for example, moving, storing and selling goods

  

What is it?

someone who starts a company, arranges business deals and takes risks in order to make a profit

  

What is it?

money provided or lent (for example by a bank) for investment in a business

  

What is it?

when a business spends more money than it receives, or loses money on a particular deal or problem

  

What is it?

the percentage of sales that a company or product has in a market

(two words)

  

What is it?

money that you make from selling something or doing business in a particular period, after taking away costs

  

What is it?

a new company that has started to do business recently

  

What is it?

a new company that has started to do business recently

  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 1:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 2:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 3:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 4:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 5:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 6:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 7:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________ (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 8:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________  (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)____________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 8:  

Write the verbs in the simple past.

Harold Mack (1)____________ (finish) school in 1989 with no qualifications. He (2)____________ (not/know) what he wanted to do and so (3)___________ (do) various jobs. In 1992 he (4)____________ (have) a simple idea and  (5)____________ (found) Mack Packing. The company  (6)_____________ (start) in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only (7)____________ (employ) four people but the company (8)____________  (grow) quickly and two years later there (9)________________ (be) more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing (10)____________ (receive) its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

 

GAP 8:  

Write questions about Harold Mack in the simple past.

Harold Mack finished school in 1989 with no qualifications. He did not know what he wanted to do and so did various jobs. In 1992 he had a simple idea and  founded Mack Packing. The company  started in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only employed four people but the company grew quickly and two years later there were more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing received its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

(Don't use the name in the question, just use "he" and mind capital letters if necessary!)

Q:  ?

A: In 1989.

Write questions about Harold Mack in the simple past.

Harold Mack finished school in 1989 with no qualifications. He did not know what he wanted to do and so did various jobs. In 1992 he had a simple idea and  founded Mack Packing. The company  started in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only employed four people but the company grew quickly and two years later there were more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing received its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

(Don't use the name in the question, just use "he" and mind capital letters if necessary!)

Q:  ?

 A: In a small warehouse in East London.

Write questions about Harold Mack in the simple past.

Harold Mack finished school in 1989 with no qualifications. He did not know what he wanted to do and so did various jobs. In 1992 he had a simple idea and  founded Mack Packing. The company  started in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only employed four people but the company grew quickly and two years later there were more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing received its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

(Don't use the name in the question, just use "he" and mind capital letters if necessary!)

Q:  ?

 A: Four people.

Write questions about Harold Mack in the simple past.

Harold Mack finished school in 1989 with no qualifications. He did not know what he wanted to do and so did various jobs. In 1992 he had a simple idea and  founded Mack Packing. The company  started in a small warehouse in East London. In the beginning Harold only employed four people but the company grew quickly and two years later there were more than twenty. In 1996 Mack Packing received its first international order and now the company exports packaging to ten countries in Europe.

(Don't use the name in the question, just use "he" and mind capital letters if necessary!)

Q:  ?

 A: It’s first international order.

Complete each sentence with one of the words given.

 Their   is bigger than their competitors.

Complete each sentence with one of the words given.

 He has the   in the company.

Complete each sentence with one of the words given.

A  -   is a new business.

Complete each sentence with one of the words given.

Every entrepreneur begins with a good    .

Complete each sentence with one of the words given.

A new company    in our area and we went bankrupt.

Complete each sentence with one of the words given.

To get money from the bank, you need to show them your    in our area and we went bankrupt.

Which is the correct word?

  • make
  • do
  • give

A successful company has to ---???--- a profit.

Which is the correct word?

  • heads
  • tops
  • makes

Can I introduce you to the man who ---???--- the company? This is our CEO…

Which is the correct word?

  • pay
  • rent
  • hire

I ---???--- an apartment in the city centre.

Which is the correct word?

  • look
  • see
  • find

To grow, we need to ---???--- new opportunities in the market.

Which is the correct word?

  • see
  • meet
  • follow

We have to increase production to ---???--- demand.

Which is the correct word?

  • be
  • have
  • meet

I don’t want to work for someone. I want to ---???--- my own boss.

Which is the correct word?

  • send
  • bring
  • reach

We want to ---???--- out a new type of smoothie next year.

Which is the correct word?

  • share
  • make
  • run

Is it possible to ---???--- a business when you don’t enjoy it?

Which is the correct word?

  • stand
  • be
  • keep

To survive in business, your company cannot ---???--- still.

Which is the correct word?

  • play
  • have
  • enjoy

I like to ---???--- fun at the weekend.

Finish

It's done now.

I hope you could answer all the questions. If not, have a closer look at unit 5 in our book "Intelligent Business".

Then you'll surely succeed in passing the exam.

Good bye for now!