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P.104 Ex.1 Choose the correct variant.

 

1. I wont have time to solve this problem tomorrow because Ill be working/ Ill have worked all morning.

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2.The interviewers will be finishing /will have finished the selection of the best candidates for this job by 6 oclock.

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3.Dont come to the office at eight because we wont have arrived/we wont be arriving by them

, / .

 

4.This time next week Ill be taking/ Ill have taken my entrance exams

/ .

 

5.By the time I retire Ill be working /Ill have worked here for thirty years.

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6.Will you be using/ will you have used your computer this evening?

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7.I expect the meeting will have started/ by the time we get to the conference hall.

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8.We wont have finished/wont be finishing this work by the end of the month.

 

9.By the time we get to the stadium , the game will be starting/ will have started.

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10. Well have held /well be holding our annual meeting soon, so we can make a decision then.

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11.We will make/will have made the last payment by the end of the month?

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12.This time next week Ill attend/ Ill be attending a seminar in London.

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P.105 Ex.2 Complete these sentences using the correct form to express future meaning of the verbs in brackets.

 

1. Wait for me. I will be ready in a moment.

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2.In ten years time I expect I shall be working in this company.

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3.By the time we reach office, the rain will have stopped

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4.He will have signed the employment contract by the end of this week.

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5.The representatives of the company will be interviewing my friend from 3 to 5 tomorrow.

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6.Ill give him your message. I can do it easily because I shall be seeing him tomorrow .

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7.This time next Sunday I shall be sitting in a London cafe reading a newspaper.

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8.I shall have finished this article by tomorrow morning.

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9.By next summer the company will have opened new offices in Kyiv.

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10.By the end of the month 2,000 visitors shall have seen this exhibition.

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11.By the end of the year the company will have paid off all our debts.

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12. Will you speak to your boss at the meeting tomorrow?

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13.I wonder what I shall be doing this time next year.

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14.-I am going to Netherlands next week.

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-You are lucky. The tulips just will be coming out.

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LESSON 5

Text: Executive Pay

Grammar: When and if sentences

Terms to remember:

interest , , ( ), ,

rent on properties-

income-, ,

annual salary- ()

wages-

remuneration-, ,

commission- ,

amount-,

fee-, ,

compensation package-

bonus-

fringe benefits/perks-

generous-, ,

benefits package-

medical insurance-

pension plan-

share option- (, .

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contribute to ,

at an advantageous price-

golden goodbye/golden- / ,

handshake/golden parachute (

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Executive Pay

For their regular job performance, people get their pay in accordance with employment contract.

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Pay is seen as one of the most important forces in motivating the workforce.

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The money a person receives, including salary, dividends, interest and rent on properties is called income.

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White-collar workers and professionals usually get a salary witch is paid monthly, while blue-collar workers receive a weekly payment called wages.

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Remuneration is a general term meaning payment for work.

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In some jobs (in sales for example), the employee receives a commission, which is a percentage of the amount he or she sold.

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A fee is money paid for the professional services of people such as lawyers or consultants.

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Benefits add to the value of job.

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Apart from salary, an executives compensation package can include bonuses and fringe benefits or perks.

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Many companies operate a bonus system for white-collar and blue-collar workers.

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Bonuses (extra payments) are usually paid against certain work done.

( ) .

Fringe benefits or perks are extras received by an employee in addition to wages or salary.

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In managerial position these are usually generous, and are negotiated when a job offer is being made.

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A benefits package may include: a company pension scheme, private medical insurance, company car, share options .

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A company pension scheme is a private pension plan which the employer contributes to.

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Share options give the employee the change to buy shares in the company at an advantageous price.

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There is also a compensation package for an executive leaving a company.

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It is also known as a golden goodbye, golden handshake or golden parachute.

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p.113 Ex.1 Answer the following questions:

 

1.What is seen as one of the most important forces in motivating the workforce?

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Pay is seen as one of the most important forces in motivating the workforce.

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2.What is income?

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The money a person receives, including salary, dividends, interest and rent on properties is called income.

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3.What does a white-collar worker receive for his work?

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White-collar workers and professionals usually get a salary witch is paid monthly, while blue-collar workers receive a weekly payment called wages.

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4.What does a blue-collar worker receive for his work?

" " ?

Blue-collar workers receive a weekly payment called wages.

" " , .

 

5.Where do employees receive a commission?

?

In some jobs (in sales for example), the employee receives a commission, which is a percentage of the amount he or she sold.

( ), , , .

 

6.What is a fee paid for?

?

A fee is money paid for the professional services of people such as lawyers or consultants.

- , , .

 

7.What are fringe benefits?

?

Benefits add to the value of job.

.

Apart from salary, an executives compensation package can include bonuses and fringe benefits or perks.

, .

 

8.What may a benefits package include?

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A benefits package may include: a company pension scheme, private medical insurance, company car, share options .

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9.What is a golden handshake?

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It is also known as a golden goodbye, golden handshake or golden parachute.

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10.What are the bonuses usually paid for?

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Bonuses (extra payments) are usually paid against certain work done.

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Grammar Revision

 

1.In sentences involving link words and phrases such as when, before, after, as soon as, in case, till, until, if, unlessthe Present Simple Tense (the Present Perfect Tense- to emphasise the completion of an event) is used, although this refers to future time.

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Ill give you my phone number in case you get lost.

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Ill give you a ring as soon as Ive received his telegram.

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2.We use

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if to say that we are not sure whether something will happen.

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Ill see you in October, if I come to Kyiv.

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when to say that we are sure that something will happen

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Ill see you in October when I come to Kyiv.

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