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Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: It must be desirable to start with a skimming policy in your business.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: Right now the board of directors must solve the problem of successful.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: Sellers must raise prices to survive, otherwise they wont earn much.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: The company must keep its prices up in order to have a wanted profit.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: The director must leave his post as his economic policy failed.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: The markup must be sufficient to cover any additional costs.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: They must always consider all of the costs in the pricing decision.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: We must leave the conference as we have some other things to do.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: You must earn more just to stay even.
Change the modal verb must for its equivalents: You must see this for yourself by looking at it attentively.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: __________ are willing to spend more on products and services that are favoured.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: ____________ will be willing to pay high prices for products they want.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: In a market economy it is __________ who decide what to be produced.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: Market economy orients producers on satisfaction of ____________s goods.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: Retailers sell products to their ___________ who may or may not be the final _____________.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: The ___________ goes from country to country selecting and putting into a basket what he washes to buy.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: The British Prime-minister is also a famous __________ of Marks & Spencer.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: The owner of a shop or store is always interested in attracting attention of __________ to his/her products.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: The store attracts a variety of ___________ from housewives to millionaires.
Choose one of the words among those given below to fill in the blanks: The wholesalers resell products from producers to retail ____________.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: A __________ of property should be sold.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: A ___________ of common stock represents ownership of a portion of the net worth of a company.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: A practice has given rise to a high proportion of cooperate _____________ holdings in Japan.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: By law, every corporation must have common ___________.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: Companies usually issue preferred ___________ when they need funds.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: If you own a ___________ of a company, you are a shareholder.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: In 1986 it became possible for __________ brokers to deal through telephones.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: It has been a traditional practice for a company to hold _________ to these related companies.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: Shareholders may have a right to buy additional _________ to preserve their ownership positions.
Choose one of the words from one of those given below to fill in the blanks: Some companies attract capital by issuing preferred _________.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: ____________ is both the study of how individuals and society choose to employ resources and analysis of how to distribute produced goods.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: A small group of people makes the most important ___________ decisions.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: All values in the __________ system are measured in terms of money.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: He is not very ___________ as he spends a lot for nothing.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: His book on __________ is rather popular in Europe.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: In every __________ system, entrepreneurs and managers bring together natural resources, and technology to produce and distribute goods and services.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: Marx and his followers contrasted a capitalist _________ to a socialist one.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: The American __________ is better described as a mixed one.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: The United States is described as a capitalist __________.
Choose one of the words from those given below to fill in the blanks: We consider the policy of a market __________ with absolute minimal interference.
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: How can you help me with your English grammar exercises? I can help you (to explain the rule).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: How else can he work to be promoted by his boss further? He can work (to get a work experience).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: In what way can I tell you the story about my failure in the previous job? You can do it (to tell details).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: In what way it is possible to change your opinion about the advantages of business activity? - It is possible (to prove it).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: Is it possible, in your opinion, to go to the stadium without money? It is possible only (to pay money).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: Is there any other way to convince you to join our enterprise? There is one way (to show it in figures).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: What can I do to reach the maximum profit in the business I have just started? You can do it (to be economical).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: What does the personnel of your firm usually devote free time to? The personnel devotes free time (to go on excursions).
Complete the answers putting the infinitives in brackets in the form of the gerunds with prepositions: What else can he do to become a prominent businessman in his sphere? He can do a lot (to learn to work).
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: _______ may consist of some of the new firms assets, like its equipment.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: ___________ is secured by fix assets like land and buildings.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: _____________ is a general term for property offered by a borrower.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: _____________are debt obligations issued by firms and governments.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: I asked the bank for a $5,000 loan and they asked me for my house as _________.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: If the firm fails to repay the loan, the ending institution may claim the ___________ and sell it to recoup its loss.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: In this case, the security is called a ______, a security interest in real property.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: The entrepreneur may offer his personal property as ________, such as the house.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: The property securing the debt is called ___________.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of these given below: They had to take out a _____________on the factory.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: How much of something people will sell depends on its ___________ when they can sell it.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: In a free market system __________ does not regulate the allocation of goods and services.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: Price is an acceptable ___________ of a good or service from the prospective of both a seller and a buyer.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: The production of goods and services has no control over external influences on ____________.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: There are occasions where the cost is artificially high relative to producers __________.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: There is a change in _________ for raw materials in the market.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: These elements include the ______________ of manufacturing and trade inventories.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: We have to discuss the labour __________ per unit of the product.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: What gives money real _____________ is its purchasing power.
Fill in the blanks with one of the words from one of those given below: When demand is low and supply is high, _____________ tends to decrease.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: Office rent, salaries, managerial salaries, and general expenses and many others, all of them constitute indirect ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: Suppliers will sense the possibility of making a profit the excess of revenue over ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: The board of directors must sanction capital___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: The companys __________ on the new machinery ran into thousands of pounds.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: The provision of adequate services may also involve considerable __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: The rich benefit from the government _____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: To find interior goods, we must look at very fine categories of ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: US investment must replace either other domestic _____________ or imports.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: We have to calculate our __________for the bought things.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from one of those given below: You will have $9000 a year plus __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: _________ are very similar to bonds.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: ___________ are debt obligations secured or backed by particular pieces of property.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: ____________ is very important to the way debt markets function because lenders want to minimize their chances to repayment.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: __________may consist of some of the new firms assets, like its office equipment.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: __________will be high to attract and retain workers.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: _________are debt obligations issued by firms and governments.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: _________is a general term for property offered by a borrower to assure repayment.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: A _________is an obligation to perform.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: A firm grows by virtue of its own ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: Education does not always provide a good ________in future.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: How large is my __________as a secretary expected to be?
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: In the case of start-ups, the entrepreneur may have to offer some personal property as ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. ___________ is used for buying and selling, goods.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. ____________ is the most liquid of all assets because it is cash.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. _____________ and deposits are very close substitutes.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. A bank permits a depositor to withdraw ___________ from a bank any time the bank is open.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. Banks actually create __________ when they lend it.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. Everyone can say that she makes a lot of __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. I have no ___________ with myself, only a credit card.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. It is possible to imagine a world where _______in the form of coins and paper will no longer be used.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. Most governments now issue paper _________ in the form of notes.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: money, cash, currency. When people have the __________ to demand more products than the economy can supply, prices go up.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: The _________made by distributors may be encouraging.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: The parent company holds all of the equity and permits the subsidiary to expand with its own __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: The property securing the debt is called ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: The trade union of the factory demanded increasing of _________for workers.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: The whole ___________was not enough to buy a new car.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: What does a _________of an ordinary worker depend on?
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: You can easily calculate your total_______ using the table below.
Fill in the blanks with proper words from those given below: You have probably heard the expression his word is his ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. ___________ is the place where people buy and sell things.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. ____________ is the sum of all currency in the hands of the non-bank public, all deposits subject to check, and all outstanding checks.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. _____________ is a prescribed and detailed course action of a person.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. A commercial bank is a __________ making organization.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. A person who applies for a job is called a(n) ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. A traditional economy has both advantages and _____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. Assets which can be quickly turned into cash are known as __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. Business loans are normally characterized as short terms and _________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. Commercial banks have two types of consumers, ___________ and businesses.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. Every __________ does things exactly the same way the previous ones did them.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. Governments always needed to protect their peoples food _________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. ___________ is a direction or command delivered by a court.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. ______________ is the date of which the corporation will redeem the bond by paying its par value.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. _____________companies pool the risks of a large number of customers.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. ____________is the payment of a certain amount of money for a certain period of time on bank deposits.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. _________is a domestic establishment including the members of a family.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. A __________ is always something a borrower has, you can owe it, but you cannot own it.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. A _____________ is a long-term obligation to pay, usually represented by a certificate of indebtedness.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. A nations wealth resides in its people the economys __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. All of us are _____________ of food products.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Australia is an attractive __________ for international students for many reasons.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Before money existed, the only way to buy something was to use _________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Corporations raise funds to use for business purposes by selling ownership shared called _____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Currency refers only to coins and ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Economic __________consist of business revenue minus operating costs minus the opportunity cost of capital.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Every society now has a money economy based on _______ and paper notes.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Families used their income to satisfy ____________ with different kinds of products.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Farmers claim that the increase in prices was very small compared to the increase of their ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. High tariffs and other trade ___________ continue to slow down the progress in opening the market to foreign products.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Households borrow to buy houses and consumer ___________ as cars and refrigerators.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. In primitive societies a system of ____________ is used.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Japanese agreed to the voluntary _______auto exports to the United States for three years.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Leeds is the center of clothing industry producing woolen ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Lets discuss the ___________ of the contract we are going to sign.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Make up a ___________, that is, a list of questions for our potential candidates for the post.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Manufacturers of ___________ and other food containers decided to raise prices for their product.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Many luxuries are truly ___________, e.g., a colour TV set, a second car, a summer house, etc.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Money is close ___________ for currency in the form of bank deposits.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Most organizations use a mix of two pricing ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Multiple-unit pricing is the practice of providing ___________for purchases.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. No differential pay or ____________ is associated with the occupations.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Non-monetary assets are often called __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Odd/even pricing is one of the most popular pricing ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. One can earn a___________ by leasing land or capital to others.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Programs that are used in a computer are called _____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Rich people prefer to buy __________ such as pleasure trips to exotic islands.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Tangible capital is a factor of ___________that is manufactured (such as machinery).
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. That TV set is of huge _____________. Dont you have a smaller size?
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The ___________ of the country does not mean the absence of problems in the economy.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The __________is the price of credit in financial markets.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The country must redefine its role in an environment of increasing economic ____________ as a member of the WTO.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The demand for something may be greater than the __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The dollar interest expressed as a percentage of the value is called the ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The economy becomes less productive if there is an appropriate ______ of money.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The governments __________to legislate the economic behaviour is limited.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The investment is a(n) ___________ in education.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The major advantage of co-operations is their ability to raise large ____________ of money.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The principal seat of a countrys diplomatic representation is called a(n) ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The success was achieved by a system of government acts including import ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. The written instructions to the gold smith were the first ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Their higher income after age 22 is simply a ___________ on the investment.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. There are problems with most __________ money, including corn.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. There is a ____________ between a stock and a flow on a number of occasions.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. There is a large _____ between the money supply and the growth of the economy.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. There is a type of a savings account called a _____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. These are _____________ who stand between farmers and producers.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. This is a principle of a _____________ of expensive things for cheaper ones.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. Today South Korea implements planned economic ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. When buying a photo camera, pay attention to its ____________ and the price.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. When prices get down to the point, that it is not profitable for firms to add more productive ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. If necessary, put words in proper grammar forms. You can receive a musical center as a gift absolutely ___________, in other words, with no payment.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. In any market ___________ exchange money for a product or service.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. In socialist economy decisions are made through central __________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. It is the ___________ of Spain always to put of business until tomorrow.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. Many firms besides commercial banks can provide the commercial banking ____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. The American system is based on private ______________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. The EBRD is an international institution with 61 ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. The recent example of a command economy in an industrial __________ was the Soviet Union.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. The technical name of a checking account is a demand ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words. You should prefer terms for ordinary words. There is a little or no economy __________ in traditional economy.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: __________ is a primitive form of economic relations based on exchange of goods.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: A government can act to limit production of certain _____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: Individuals and businesses exchange money for goods and ___________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: Internet has become an important __________ of information for us.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: Job ___________ can be as important as the money paid to workers.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: Microeconomics studies every market for every _____________.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: Rich people have no __________that they will keep their wealth and privileges that come with it.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: The short ____________ of consumption is using up.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: There is always a great ____________ in the market today.
Fill in the blanks with proper words: We always have an opportunity to make our ____________.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. As we have already noted, consumers ordinarily do not buy expensive goods.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. For years, anyone with reason to hide large amounts of money from government has turned to Swiss banks.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. If it had been possible households would have borrowed to buy houses and consumer durable.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. If the price for the car had raised, we would have bought it.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. If they could have been able, businesses would have bought these financial assets to save them for future.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. If they had had any chance, students would have borrowed a bank to finance their education.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. If they had had collateral, they would have prolonged the credit.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. Interest rates have already risen, which tends to reduce the expenditures.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. The firm has been investing into this project for the last three years.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. The safety and security of a Swiss bank account have helped make tiny Switzerland one of the worlds banking centers.
Find the proper translation for each sentence of the text using variants given below. We have come upon the same conclusion that we made last time.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. A greater amount of profit could be obtained, if not that problem.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. If every public and private building in Japan linked to the local power net, nuclear power could be phased out.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. If the higher wages were not based on greater productivity, many businesses would raise prices.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. If workers were not satisfied with wages and left the enterprises, businesses would have to offer higher wages to new workers.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. It should not be fair to lower the wages for workers just now.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. It would not be hard to receive a good profit, if it were not you.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Labour is also influenced by government investment in infrastructure.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Loans are deposited in their checking accounts.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. A realistic, pragmatic policy coming from the Kremlin is welcomed in Beijing.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. In many centrally planned economies farmers work on collective or state farms but also on small private plots of land.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. Most of countries in Europe are developing mixed economy today.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. The aim of economics is to answer three types of questions.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. The discipline of economics is divided into two major, but overlapping, subjects called microeconomics and macroeconomics.
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Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. The United States produce food, and cars and other goods in abundance.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. We consider the economics of a market economy with absolutely minimal governmental interference.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. We need to ask what else can be done to improve the situation.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Pay attention to a good Russian style and correct meaning of a sentence. We tend to forget that labour is the most important resource of all.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Prices in the market are influenced by many factors.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. The Federal government has set the minimum wage that must be paid by employers.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. The skills of workers can be changed through education of retraining.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. Too much money could cause inflation.
Find the proper translation for each sentence using variants given below. We have to keep the economy at a pace that can be sustained without inflation.
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How can I really change the situation in the company for better? You can do it (to work hard).
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Put the verbs in brackets in proper forms of the Past Simple or the Present Perfect. They just (open) an exhibition of their products in the central exhibition hall.
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Put the verbs in brackets in the form of the Unreal Condition. I (excuse) you if you (correct) your error, but you did not.
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Put the verbs in brackets in the form of the Unreal Condition. You (receive) a loan from a bank, if you (have) collateral.
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Put the verbs in brackets into the proper form of the Passive voice: Cattle, shells, tobacco _____________ as money in old times.
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Put the verbs in brackets into the proper form of the Passive voice: Dollar ___________ all round the world today.
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