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Unit 2

 happiness      secrets     success     popular   crude         

 nationality     invent      skill       Loved    London

Charlie Chaplin was born in 1_____. However, he was much more 2_____ in other countries than the land of his birth. Many English people considered Chaplin’s Tramp a little 3______. However, in Modern Times in 1936, he made up a nonsense language with no known 4_____ and this helped to bring about his huge 5_____. Chaplin was the kind of comic who used his physical senses to 6_____ his art as he went along. The physical transformation of lifeless objects, plus his 7_____ in acting became the 8_____ of Chaplin’s great comedy. Chaplin had a deep need to be 9_____and fortunately life eventually gave him stable 10_____ when he married Oona in 1942.

       

Unit 4

weighing   cruise     financial   desperate    pour  

persist     jump      digital     boost       lagged

A transformation is occurring that should greatly (1)_______living standards in the developing world. Many developing countries are planning to invest vast sums of money in their telecommunications networks to promote foreign and domestic investment. Over the next decade, China plans to (2)______some $100 billion into telecommunications equipment. Telecommunications is also a key to Shanghai’s ambition of becoming a top (3)_______center. Meanwhile, some other developing countries and areas such as Hungary, Latin America, and Thailand are all hoping to (4)_______into the modern world by means of telecommunication revolution. However, some developing countries lack experience in (5)_______costs and choosing between technologies.

Vietnam, in particular, though (6)________for any phones, requires that all mobile phones be expensive (7)_______ models. For countries that have (8)_______ behind for so long, the temptation to move ahead in one jump is hard to resist. And despite the mistakes they’ll make, they’ll (9)_____—so that one day they can (10)_____ alongside Americans and Western Europeans on the information superhighway.

 

Unit 5

inspiration   noble       rational        admirable    basic

 highly       temporary   characteristic   loneliness    setting

In the U.S., all 22 million people live alone for one reason or another. While some people think of 1________ as a sort of national disease, others take it as a 2_________ of an American hero. Some great poets and philosophers in the past lived in solitude for 3_________, such as William Wordsworth, John Milton and Henry David Thoreau. They all speak 4_________ of themselves for having sought their solitude. William Wordsworth would wave good-bye to his sister before 5_______off to study the flowers all by himself, while she stayed at home preparing everything for him. Thoreau is seen as 6__________ because he was living all alone in the woods. He had no one to talk to at all except for numerous daily visitors to his hut who constantly asked him how he could possibly be so 7_________. However, solitude is not always a good experience. If you live with other people, their 8_________ absence can be refreshing. But it is different when you live alone: the feeling of loneliness can be very hard because the need to talk is more 9_________ than the need to listen. So if one lives in solitude, he should stay 10_________ and settle down to enjoy grace and pleasure in his condition.

 

Unit 6

code     enforce     competitive  customers   bribery

bribes   payments    power      discounts    ethics    

Business students often have to study professional (1)_______ as part of their course because many people feel that (2)_______ is increasing internationally. The people in the motor industry in Britain have admitted to the fact that they have been making (3)_______ of one kind or another---bribes, extra (4)________, etc. --- in recent years. They have spent a large sum of money just to keep (5)_______ happy and they argue to say that, because the market is so (6)_______, if they did not give (7)________ then one of their competitors would. The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) wishes to see a (8)________ of conduct that would stop bribery. While some members of the ICC would like the code to have the (9)_______ of law, other members feel it is not the business of the ICC to (10)________ the code and that it should only state what is right and wrong.

 

Unit 10

response  adapt     integrating    ticket      intelligent  success

relate    cultivate   measure     embrace    inflexible   high

If a business does not adapt to changes in the business environment, then it will fail. Recently it has been argued that smart but 1__________ employees don’t necessarily have the abilities to 2_________ to this ever-changing environment. It would appear that flexibility and EQ rather than IQ is a more accurate 3__________ of intelligence. It is also a more accurate predictor of 4__________. This is an important point for businesses to understand because customers don’t really care about how highly 5__________ a businessman is: they will take their business to wherever they are understood and respected. Such a place will be a business staffed with people with a 6________ Emotional Intelligence who have the ability to understand and 7________ well to others. If the evolutionary pressures of the marketplace are making EQ, not IQ, the hot 8__________ for business success, it seems likely that individuals will want to know how to 9__________ it. Here is a proposal. 10_________ a highly personal practice aimed at improving these four adaptive skills as follows: Raising consciousness. Using imagery. Considering and reconsidering events to choose the most creative 11________ to them. 12_________ the perspectives of others.

 

 

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Unit 2

 happiness      secrets     success     popular   crude         

 nationality     invent      skill       Loved    London

Charlie Chaplin was born in 1_____. However, he was much more 2_____ in other countries than the land of his birth. Many English people considered Chaplin’s Tramp a little 3______. However, in Modern Times in 1936, he made up a nonsense language with no known 4_____ and this helped to bring about his huge 5_____. Chaplin was the kind of comic who used his physical senses to 6_____ his art as he went along. The physical transformation of lifeless objects, plus his 7_____ in acting became the 8_____ of Chaplin’s great comedy. Chaplin had a deep need to be 9_____and fortunately life eventually gave him stable 10_____ when he married Oona in 1942.

1. London    2. popular   3. crude    4. nationality   5.success  

6. invent     7. skill      8. secrets    9. Loved      10. happiness                   

 

Unit 4

weighing   cruise     financial   desperate    pour  

persist     jump      digital     boost       lagged

A transformation is occurring that should greatly (1)_______living standards in the developing world. Many developing countries are planning to invest vast sums of money in their telecommunications networks to promote foreign and domestic investment. Over the next decade, China plans to (2)______some $100 billion into telecommunications equipment. Telecommunications is also a key to Shanghai’s ambition of becoming a top (3)_______center. Meanwhile, some other developing countries and areas such as Hungary, Latin America, and Thailand are all hoping to (4)_______into the modern world by means of telecommunication revolution. However, some developing countries lack experience in (5)_______costs and choosing between technologies.

Vietnam, in particular, though (6)________for any phones, requires that all mobile phones be expensive (7)_______ models. For countries that have (8)_______ behind for so long, the temptation to move ahead in one jump is hard to resist. And despite the mistakes they’ll make, they’ll (9)_____—so that one day they can (10)_____ alongside Americans and Western Europeans on the information superhighway.

1. boost      2. pour     3. financial   4. jump    5. weighing  

6. desperate  7. digital    8. lagged     9. persist   10. cruise  

 

Unit 5

inspiration   noble       rational        admirable    basic

 highly       temporary   characteristic   loneliness    setting

In the U.S., all 22 million people live alone for one reason or another. While some people think of 1________ as a sort of national disease, others take it as a 2_________ of an American hero. Some great poets and philosophers in the past lived in solitude for 3_________, such as William Wordsworth, John Milton and Henry David Thoreau. They all speak 4_________ of themselves for having sought their solitude. William Wordsworth would wave good-bye to his sister before 5_______off to study the flowers all by himself, while she stayed at home preparing everything for him. Thoreau is seen as 6__________ because he was living all alone in the woods. He had no one to talk to at all except for numerous daily visitors to his hut who constantly asked him how he could possibly be so 7_________. However, solitude is not always a good experience. If you live with other people, their 8_________ absence can be refreshing. But it is different when you live alone: the feeling of loneliness can be very hard because the need to talk is more 9_________ than the need to listen. So if one lives in solitude, he should stay 10_________ and settle down to enjoy grace and pleasure in his condition.

1. loneliness   2. characteristic  3. inspiration  4. highly      5. setting

 6. temporary  7. noble         8.basic       9. admirable   10.rational

 

          

Unit 6

code     enforce     competitive  customers   bribery

bribes   payments    power      discounts    ethics    

Business students often have to study professional (1)_______ as part of their course because many people feel that (2)_______ is increasing internationally. The people in the motor industry in Britain have admitted to the fact that they have been making (3)_______ of one kind or another---bribes, extra (4)________, etc. --- in recent years. They have spent a large sum of money just to keep (5)_______ happy and they argue to say that, because the market is so (6)_______, if they did not give (7)________ then one of their competitors would. The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) wishes to see a (8)________ of conduct that would stop bribery. While some members of the ICC would like the code to have the (9)_______ of law, other members feel it is not the business of the ICC to (10)________ the code and that it should only state what is right and wrong.

1.ethics       2.bribery   3.payments  4.discounts   5.customers  

6.competitive  7.bribes    8.code      9.power      10.enforce

 

Unit 10

response  adapt     integrating    ticket      intelligent  success

relate    cultivate   measure     embrace    inflexible   high

If a business does not adapt to changes in the business environment, then it will fail. Recently it has been argued that smart but 1__________ employees don’t necessarily have the abilities to 2_________ to this ever-changing environment. It would appear that flexibility and EQ rather than IQ is a more accurate 3__________ of intelligence. It is also a more accurate predictor of 4__________. This is an important point for businesses to understand because customers don’t really care about how highly 5__________ a businessman is: they will take their business to wherever they are understood and respected. Such a place will be a business staffed with people with a 6________ Emotional Intelligence who have the ability to understand and 7________ well to others. If the evolutionary pressures of the marketplace are making EQ, not IQ, the hot 8__________ for business success, it seems likely that individuals will want to know how to 9__________ it. Here is a proposal. 10_________ a highly personal practice aimed at improving these four adaptive skills as follows: Raising consciousness. Using imagery. Considering and reconsidering events to choose the most creative 11________ to them. 12_________ the perspectives of others.

1. inflexible   2. adapt   3. measure   4. success   5. intelligent   6. high

7. relate  8. ticket  9. cultivate  10. embrace   11. response   12. integrating

 

 

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