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This workbook is called On Business and For Pleasure Again because it is a sequel to the previous book on Business English written by the same author. Although it has been designed to help students with the English they need for their work, it is hoped that the challenges it sets will, at the same time, prove to be enjoyable. An Answer Key has been included so the learners can check what they have done, and thus work independently, if that is what suits them best. And the exercises are of the kind of length that will enable students to work on them when they have relatively short periods of ti.
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Introduction; 1 A Business Parable: Consider the Kind of People You Work With; 2 A Business Parable: Who is Watching You?; 3 Phrasal Nouns (i); 4 Phrasal Nouns (ii); 5 Phrasal Nouns (iii); 6 Phrasal Adjectives; 7 How to Write a Business Plan (Word Formation); 8 Small Firms and the Problem of Late Payments (Word Formation); 9 How to Start Working from Home (Word Formation); 10 Payment Fraud (Word Formation); 11 Irresponsible Lending Prohibited (Word Formation); 12 A Letter in Application for a Job; 13 A Letter of Complaint; 14 A Letter Responding to a Complaint.
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