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VOCABULARY

MISTAKES. Change the word in bold in the correct sentences

  1. Is there a rush for office accessories? BUDGET
  2. There are no forecast on opened packages. REFUNDS
  3. This is purchase is a high priority and i need a draft order. KEEP TRACK OF
  4. We keep our office supplies in the supply venue. CLOSET
  5. This is Lisa. I would like to keep track of an order. RUSH
  6. When you click here, a host displays product descriptions. POP-UP
  7. The attendance to the next meeting will be closet. MANDATORY
  8. Here’s a list of hotels, please choose the best pop-up. VENUE
  9. Ms Forest must budget all the mail she receives. KEEP A LOG OF
  10. One of my responsibilities is to feeder office supplies and order them. PLACE
  11. In this videoconference you can mute yourself or the other as you’re the mandatory. HOST
  12. You can put the original copy either on the glass surface or in the automatic keep a log of. FEEDER
  13. I have already read through the market workshop, and it is very interesting. DRAFT
  14. I need you to create a place agenda. FORECAST
  15. The refunds is called “Environment and Business” and takes place before the closing session.WORKSHOP

SYNONYMS. Choose a synonym for the words in bold. There may be some changes.

troubleshooting – boost – breakthrough – remark – minutes – jot – overview – go over

  1. The boss’s comment on my progress in accounting made me happy……REMARK
  2. The head of Human Resources gave a Summary of the hiring contracts…… OVERVIEW
  3. Fortunately, the company has enjoyed a raise in sales …… BOST
  4. I noted down her address on my business card… JOT
  5. I wish I knew how to take notes at a meeting… MINUTES
  6. Our company has made a real advance in this field of research…BREAKTHROUGH
  7. We will have to review our daily backups with the help of the IT…… GO OVER
  8. What should I do after trying the most common methods of problem solving? TROUBLESHOOTING

CHOSE THE BEST OPTION. Complete the sentences with the following words. Underscore – erased – remove – leftover – torn – rewind – retrieve

1.Linda hoped she would be able to……retrieve…… her files after her laptop crashed.

2.Harry accidentally …erased…….. the file he had been working on all day.

3.Rewind…. the recording to the beginning of the message. I couldn’t understand it.

4.We had to …remove… all staples and paper clips before recycling.

5.Check for …torn…  paper before adjusting the width guides again.

6.My email address includes …underscore… between first name and surname.

7.I feel so hungry! Luckily, I have …leftover. Paella from Sunday. 

 OPTIONS. Circle the best option in each sentence.

1.         The meeting is called/chaired for next Tuesday, 20”.

2.         Some concerns about the accuracy of the profits wereraised/expanded in the meeting.

3.         All new employees must attend the briefing/brainstorming next Thursday.

4.         There will be 56 assistants/attendees altogether.

5.         Remember, never open an email from an unknown recipient/sender.

6.         I need you to organize our quarterly/termly sales meeting.

7.         This meeting won’t take place in our premises; it will be on-site/off-site.

8.         The agenda/diary for the day includes filing papers and meeting with two clients.

9.         She is going to the stockroom to get a packet of/a pair of staples. Do you need anything?

10.       Sorry, but we are running out of/low on writing pads. We haven’t got enough.

MATCHING. Match and complete the sentences (10)

requisition                   form   

Invoice                        number

file                               cabinet

printer                          cartridge

gather                           information

coat                             rack

purchase                     order

sales                            figures

delivery                       fee

written                                      approval

1. Remind me to order a new printer cartridgeto print these documents.

2. We have received your purchase order and will dispatch the goods immediately.

3. On the back of the door, there is a coat rack where you can hang your hat.

4. Thefile cabinet contains all the personal files.

5. All departments must fill out a sales figures to get their supplies.

6. I got the written information for the presentation in the conference.

7. An important decision was to ghader orderfrom customers.

8. You need requisition approvalfrom de manager to order office supplies

9. Order under 200€ are charged adelivery feebased on mileage.

10. My boss will email a new delivery notice with a new invoice number.

SYNONYMS. Choose a synonym for the words in bold. There may be some changes.

troubleshooting – boost – breakthrough – remark – minutes – jot – overview – go over

1. Fortunately, the company has enjoyed a raise in sales: BOOST

2. I noted down her address on my business card. remark: JOT

3. The boss’s comment on my progress in accounting made me happy.: REMARK

4.The Head of Human Resources gave a summary of the hiring contracts.: OVERVIEW

5. What should I do after trying the most common methods of problem solving? TROUBLESHOOTING

6. I wish I knew how to take notes at a meeting. MINUTES

7. Our company has made a real advance in this field of research. BREAKTHROUGH

8. We will have to review our daily backups with the help of the IT. GO OVER