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p.114 Ex.1 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense (present or future).

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1.When he gets his salary well buy a new TV set.

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2.Ill be ready a soon as you are.

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3.She will be happy when she hears this news.

, .

4. Ill lend you my car whenever you want it.

, .

5.My boss will be upset when he sees how slowly she works.

, , .

6.Hell pay you when he gets his cheque.

, .

7.As soon as she learns English hell get her a job.

, .

8.You shouldnt count on a salary increase before you actually get it.

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9.The company wont make any decision till he arrives here.

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10.By the time he retires he will have worked here for 20 years.

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11.I willcontract you as goon as I get information.

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12.If they do not receive payment next week they will take legal action against us.

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P.115 Ex.2 Put each verb in brackets into a suitable tense. All sentences refer to future time.

 

1.As soon as I get there, Ill write you a letter.

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2.She will buy that house when she has enough money.

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3.Ill phone you if I am late.

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4.Ill buy this companys shares as soon as the price comes down.

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5.The machine willnot work until you press that button.

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6.Ill fly to Greece after the strike is over.

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7.We shall have to stay here till the rain stops.

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8.If I see him I shallask for a rise.

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9.As soon as I hear from him Ill let you known.

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10.Our shop willnot give you your money back if you dont not bring the receipt.

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11.If they close the factory , a lot of small businesses willsuffer.

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12.Our sales willfall when we put up prices.

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p.115 Ex.3 Translate into English:

 

1. , .

If your company takes some measures board of directors will raise the annual salary of employees.

2. , .

As soon as you will sell this consignment of goods, we will pay you compensation.

3. , , .

After side benefits, working conditions of our workers considerably will be established.

4. , .

If at me awakes possibility I will buy actions of this company behind the reduced price.

5. , .

If you awake to work in our company, you awake to have many privileges.

6. , .

As soon as the director will raise to it wages, he will buy the new car.

7. , .

When you receive the medical insurance, you can easily solve the problems.

8. , .

If this lawyer can help us it will receive the high fee from our company.

9. , .

If you awake with the constant client of this company you receive considerable privileges.

10. , .

If you address to our company we will render you professional services.

11. , .

I will meet the general director before to sign this contract.

12. , .

It will be satisfied, when will receive such package of privileges.

 

 

LESSON 6

Text: Leaving a job

Grammar: Tense Revision. Progress Test 1.

Terms to remember:

 

resign- ,

quit ones job- ,

retire- ,

take early retirement-

unemployed-

closure-

dismiss-

dismissal-

lay off-

make redundant-

redundancy-

outplacement-

redundancy payment-

fire-.

terminate-

sack-

 

P.118 Leaving a job

 

There are various ways to leave a job.

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Some people leave a job voluntary and some involuntary.

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A person resigns, or quits his job, when he leaves it involuntary.

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At the age of 60 many employees retire, though the retirement age varies from one country to another.

60 , .

Some employees leave at an earlier age, this is known as taking early retirement.

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Lab our market is very flexible.

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Companies can react quickly to economic problems.

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Company reorganization, relocation or closure often result in job losses.

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When people lose their jobs, they are dismissed, laid off or made redundant.

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These job losses are known as redundancies, dismissals or lay-offs.

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An employee who is made redundant or laid off has a right to receive compensation in the form of a redundancy payment.

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Thus is an amount of money paid out to compensate the employee for the job loss; it is calculated according to the age, length of service and the salary earned by the employee.

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They may also get advice about finding another job, retraining, etc.

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This is called outplacement advice.

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When people are made to leave the organization we say that they are fired, terminated or sacked.

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For them, finding a new job may be difficult and as a result they become unemployed.

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p.121 Ex.1 Answer the following questions:

 

1.How can a person leave a job?

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There are various ways to leave a job.

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Some people leave a job voluntary and some involuntary.

.

A person resigns, or quits his job, when he leaves it involuntary.

, , .

At the age of 60 many employees retire, though the retirement age varies from one country to another.

60 , .

Some employees leave at an earlier age, this is known as taking early retirement.

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2.When does a person resign?

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A person resigns, or quits his job, when he leaves it involuntary.

, , .

3.When does a person retire?

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At the age of 60 many employees retire, though the retirement age varies from one country to another.

60 , .

4.What do we call early retirement?

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Some employees leave at an earlier age, this is known as taking early retirement.

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5.What is redundancy?

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When people lose their jobs, they are dismissed, laid off or made redundant.

, , .

These job losses are known as redundancies, dismissals or lay-offs.

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6.What is a redundancy payment?

An employee who is made redundant or laid off has a right to receive compensation in the form of a redundancy payment.

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7.How is the compensation for the job loss calculated?

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Thus is an amount of money paid out to compensate the employee for the job loss; it is calculated according to the age, length of service and the salary earned by the employee.

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8.What do we call outplacement?

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They may also get advice about finding another job, retraining, etc.

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This is called outplacement advice.

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9.When is a person fired or sacked?

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When people are made to leave the organization we say that they are fired, terminated or sacked.

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For them, finding a new job may be difficult and as a result they become unemployed.

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Grammar Revision

p.122 Choose the corrected variant:

 

1.I have not seen my business partner since he has left London.

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a)has left b)had left c)left

 

2.I decided to go to my office immediately when I remembered I hadnt locked the door.

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a)didnt lock b)hadnt locked c)havent locked

 

3.He has made four presentations since he arrived in Ukraine.

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a)has arrived b)arrived c)had arrived

 

4.I shall be explaining this rule to you until I see you understand it.

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a)will see b)shall see c)see

 

5.You will miss your train unless you leave now.

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a)leave b)will leave c)do not leave

 

6.The plane which tookoff from Heathrow at 12.30 is expected to land in 5 minutes.

, 12.30, , 5 .

 

a)took off b)had taken off c)was taking off

 

7.He is preparing his annual report at the moment.

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a)is preparing b)prepares c)has been

 

8.It will not be good if you wait till he learns about it from your boss.

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a)will learn b)learns c)will have learnt

 

9.Just as I thought, he had found our office easily.

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a)has found b)had found c)found

 

10.I knew he had met me before so I wondered why he didnt recognize me.

, , , .

 

a)had met b)met c)has met

 

11.I do not want to draw any conclusions now. But if he continues to persist I will fire him.

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a)continues b)will continue c)continued

 

12.How did you know that somebody had been using your computer before you came into your room?

, - , ?

 

a)was using b)has been using c)had been using

 

13.He had been managing this company for several years when I began my career.

, .

 

a)has been managing b)had been managing c)was managing

 

14.You will not leave the office before five unless you have finished

everything.

 

a)will not have finished b)will have finished c)have finished

 

15.When he arrived in Birmingham in 1999 the English language was not a problem to him as he had been studying it for five years.

1999, , .

 

a)have been studying b)had been studying c)was studying

 

16.He was trying to solve this problem several times.

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a)had tried b)has tried c)was trying

 

17.By the time you are back we will have done everything.

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a)have done b)do c)will have done

 

18.If he loses his job he will have to leave our city.

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a)will lose b)loses c)is losing

 

19.If you have any problems with our product we will be pleased to help you.

- , .

 

a)had b)have c)will have

 

20.When did they come to Ukraine?

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a)have they come b)did they come c)they come

 

21.He has worked hard, that is why he is tired.

, .

 

a)had worked b)worked c)has worked

 

22.He was listening to his personal stereo so he couldnt hear your words.

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a)listens b)was listening c)had listened

 

23.While I was doing(did) my best to solve your problem you were discussing some unimportant matter.

( ), , .

 

 

a)have been doing b)was doing c)did

 

24.Our company has been producing this product since 2000.

2000.

 

a)has been producing b)had produced c)produces

 

25.We have just received a letter from our business partner.

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a)have just received b)just received c)had just received

 

26. I have earned ? 800 so far.

800 ? .

 

a)earned b)have earned c)will earn

 

27. It will be difficult for you to find a new job if you are fired.

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a)will be fired b)are fired c)fired

 

28.Do not believe him! He is telling a lie.

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a)tells b)is telling c)told

 

 

29.It is the fourth time his law firm has taken part in the Employment Fair.

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a)took b)has taken c)had taken

 

30.Brown&Partners are expanding the firm now and need to hire secretaries and lawyers Brown&Partners .

 

a)expand b)are expanding c) expanded

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