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1. How’s your business doing?
• We're doing quite well.
• The room is very comfortable.
• From time to time.
• I’m from Italy.

2. Complete each of the questions
• I haven’t got ... > .
• There are ... >
• They don’t have … >

3. Complete each of the questions
• How much ...>
• How many ...>
• Are there ...>

4. I?m checking out today. Can I have the ... , please?
• bill
• fax
• booking
• luggage

5. Complete each gap in these short restaurant conversations.
…yor job?
I ?m Director of Advertising.
• what
• where
• works
• wat?s


6. Complete each gap in these short conversations.
…do you work?
At Channel 10.
• what
• where
• works
• wat?s

7. Where are you from?
• We're doing quite well.
• The room is very comfortable.
• From time to time.
• I’m from Italy.

8. When are you leaving? …
• On Friday
• Three
• Seven o’clock
• Yes, please

9. I ... a very good meeting with Jimmy Lee in Taipei.
• Have
• Had
• Has
10. . The office ... very international.
• Are
• Is
• Do
• Does




11. Complete each gap in these short restaurant conversations.
Are there any Chinese dishes?
Yes. You should … the duck.
• Enjoy
• Like
• Recommend
• Try

12. How much is it per night? …
• On Friday
• Three
• Yes, please
• 150€

13. What’s your hotel like?
• We're doing quite well.
• The room is very comfortable.
• From time to time.
• I’m from Italy.

14. My boss ... from Sweden.
• Come
• Comes
• Am
• Does

15. Before you get on the plane, you can … some shopping.
• Book
• Do
• Go
• Take


16. You need to … through security before you board the plane.
• Book
• Do
• Go

17. On the flight, you can always … a movie.
• Book
• Do
• Watch

18. Tony Lam ... me some samples of his products.
• Give
• Gave
• Giving

19. How many hours a week do you work?
• I play golf.
• I work flexible hours, which is great.
• Between 40 and 50 hours.

20. Where are you staying?
• I’m staying at the Hilton in the town centre.
• I’m here to visit my company’s head office.
• I play golf.
• I work flexible hours, which is great.

21. Starter: …
• Apple pie
• Fish curry
• Ice cream
• Snails
• Soup


22. Dessert: …
• Apple pie
• Fish curry
• Ice cream
• Snails
• Soup

23. What time do you think you’ll arrive? …
• On Friday
• Three
• Seven o’clock
• Yes, please
• 150€

24. Do you want a room with a bath? …
• Three
• Seven o’clock
• Yes, please

25. I ...to Hong Kong on Thursday.
• Go
• Went
• Wents

26. Complete each gap in these short conversations.
... you a sales manager?
No, I'm not. I work in television.
• Don't
• Does
• How
• Are

27. Complete each gap in these short conversations.
... Your job?
I'm the advertising director.
• What
• What's
• Where

28. In the office, we all ...English.
• Speak
• Tell
• Say

29. How many nights are you staying? …
• On Friday
• Three
• Seven o’clock
• Yes, please

30. Is important with big or heavy products, because you can’t take them home in your car.
• Free delivery
• After-sales service
• Interest-free delivery

31. A low price is important, but good … will make customers happy, even when a product breaks.
• Free delivery
• After-sales guarantee
• After-sales service

32. My new camera has … . If it stops working, the maker will repair or replace it.
• A big credit
• Free deposit
• A three-year guarantee

33. He wants to … a hotel for three nights in Taipei.
• Book
• Do
• Go
• Take
• Watch

34. I don’t like to pay … when I order something. I prefer to pay when I receive the product.
• Free credit
• A big deposit
• After-sales guarantee

35. I got a good deal when borrowed money to buy my car - I had one year’s …
• Interest-free credit
• A big service
• After-sales guarantee

36. When I return home, I … a taxi from the airport to my house.
• Book
• Do
• Go
• Take
• Watch

37. Main course: …
• apple pie
• fish curry
• ice cream
• snails
• soup
• steak


38. Last week, I ... in Taiwan and Hong Kong.
• Be
• Was
• Will

39. I ... some suppliers.
• Visited the factory and met
• Visit the factory and meet
• Visits the factory and mets

40. Complete each gap in these short restaurant conversations.
Do you … any vegetarian dishes?
Yes, we have vegetarian pizza.
• Enjoy
• Like
• Recommend
• Serve
• Try

41. Complete each gap in these short restaurant conversations.
What do you … for the main course?
The beef is delicious.
• Enjoy
• Like
• Recommend
• Serve
• Try






42. Complete each gap in these short restaurant conversations.
Did you … the meal?
Yes, it was very good.
• Like
• Recommend
• Serve
• Try

43. My company ... very big.
• Aren’t
• Isn’t
• Don’t
• Doesn’t

44. The company ... around 40 employees.
• Has
• Have
• Do
• Does

45. The employees ... from about 15 different countries.
• Are
• Is
• Do
• Does

46. I ... from Spain.
• Are
• Is
• Am
• Does


47. We ... usually have any serious communication problems.
• Aren’t
• Isn’t
• Don’t
• Doesn’t

48. What’s the reason for your visit?
• I’m staying at the Hilton in the town centre.
• I’m here to visit my company’s head office.
• I play golf.
• I work flexible hours, which is great.

49. What do you do in your free time?
• I play golf.
• I work flexible hours, which is great.
• Between 40 and 50 hours.
• We're doing quite well.

50. Do you meet your colleagues after work?
• The room is very comfortable.
• I’m from Italy.
• We're doing quite well.
• From time to time.

51. What do you like best about your job?
• Between 40 and 50 hours.
• I work flexible hours, which is great.
• I play golf.
• We're doing quite well.
• Works



52. Can I take this as hand …?
• Fax call
• Luggage
• Bill
• Receipt

53. Five years ago, businessman Simon Woodroffe had a good idea. He was in bed in first class on an international flight when he decided to open a hotel. The bed in the aeroplane gave him an idea. He could open a hotel with rooms like the sleeping area in an aeroplane. Now travellers in some of Britain’s airports sleep in these small, low-cost rooms. The rooms are very small, only seven square metres, but they are very convenient. They are in the airport, so travellers who want only a night’s sleep and a shower can save money and travelling time. Woodroffe calls his hotel ‘Yotel’. Each room has a TV, a desk and a shower and costs ?50. You can pay ?70 for a bigger room that has a couch. Press a button, and the couch changes to a bed. The small
rooms are very popular with travellers. Woodroffe thinks he will open more Yotels in city centres.

Woodroffe thinks Yotel will succeed...
• only in airports
• in city centres, too
• outside city centres

54. Five years ago, businessman Simon Woodroffe had a good idea. He was in bed in first class on an international flight when he decided to open a hotel. The bed in the aeroplane gave him an idea. He could open a hotel with rooms like the sleeping area in an aeroplane. Now travellers in some of Britain’s airports sleep in these small, low-cost rooms. The rooms are very small, only seven square metres, but they are very convenient. They are in the airport, so travellers who want only a night’s sleep and a shower can save money and travelling time. Woodroffe calls his hotel ‘Yotel’. Each room has a TV, a desk and a shower and costs ?50. You can pay ?70 for a bigger room that has a couch. Press a button, and the couch changes to a bed. The small
rooms are very popular with travellers. Woodroffe thinks he will open more Yotels in city centres.



His first hotels were in the United States.
• true
• false


55. Five years ago, businessman Simon Woodroffe had a good idea. He was in bed in first class on an international flight when he decided to open a hotel. The bed in the aeroplane gave him an idea. He could open a hotel with rooms like the sleeping area in an aeroplane. Now travellers in some of Britain’s airports sleep in these small, low-cost rooms. The rooms are very small, only seven square metres, but they are very convenient. They are in the airport, so travellers who want only a night’s sleep and a shower can save money and travelling time. Woodroffe calls his hotel ‘Yotel’. Each room has a TV, a desk and a shower and costs ?50. You can pay ?70 for a bigger room that has a couch. Press a button, and the couch changes to a bed. The small
rooms are very popular with travellers. Woodroffe thinks he will open more Yotels in city centres.

An important feature of the Yotel is convenience.
• true
• false

56. Five years ago, businessman Simon Woodroffe had a good idea. He was in bed in first class on an international flight when he decided to open a hotel. The bed in the aeroplane gave him an idea. He could open a hotel with rooms like the sleeping area in an aeroplane. Now travellers in some of Britain’s airports sleep in these small, low-cost rooms. The rooms are very small, only seven square metres, but they are very convenient. They are in the airport, so travellers who want only a night’s sleep and a shower can save money and travelling time. Woodroffe calls his hotel ‘Yotel’. Each room has a TV, a desk and a shower and costs ?50. You can pay ?70 for a bigger room that has a couch. Press a button, and the couch changes to a bed. The small
rooms are very popular with travellers. Woodroffe thinks he will open more Yotels in city centres.

The rooms cost a lot of money.
• true
• false


57. Five years ago, businessman Simon Woodroffe had a good idea. He was in bed in first class on an international flight when he decided to open a hotel. The bed in the aeroplane gave him an idea. He could open a hotel with rooms like the sleeping area in an aeroplane. Now travellers in some of Britain’s airports sleep in these small, low-cost rooms. The rooms are very small, only seven square metres, but they are very convenient. They are in the airport, so travellers who want only a night’s sleep and a shower can save money and travelling time. Woodroffe calls his hotel ‘Yotel’. Each room has a TV, a desk and a shower and costs ?50. You can pay ?70 for a bigger room that has a couch. Press a button, and the couch changes to a bed. The small
rooms are very popular with travellers. Woodroffe thinks he will open more Yotels in city centres.

Woodroffe had an idea when he was sleeping in an airport.
• true
• false

58. Five years ago, businessman Simon Woodroffe had a good idea. He was in bed in first class on an international flight when he decided to open a hotel. The bed in the aeroplane gave him an idea. He could open a hotel with rooms like the sleeping area in an aeroplane. Now travellers in some of Britain’s airports sleep in these small, low-cost rooms. The rooms are very small, only seven square metres, but they are very convenient. They are in the airport, so travellers who want only a night’s sleep and a shower can save money and travelling time. Woodroffe calls his hotel ‘Yotel’. Each room has a TV, a desk and a shower and costs ?50. You can pay ?70 for a bigger room that has a couch. Press a button, and the couch changes to a bed. The small
rooms are very popular with travellers. Woodroffe thinks he will open more Yotels in city centres.

The Yotel showers are...
• in the rooms
• separate from the rooms
• not included in the plice