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C H A P T E R 2
Write these sentences in passive.
Put the verbs into the correct form, present simple or past simple, active or passive.
Match the products with the countries and make a sentence.
Put the correct form of the verbs in brackets into the sentences.
Where … the meeting … yesterday? – Where was the meeting held yesterday?
1. When … the house … ? (build) – In 2002.
2. Prices … every year. (rise)
3. Why … the design … last month? (change)
4. When … the new manager … ? (appoint) – Last month.
5. My car … last week. (steal)
6. The office … every day. (clean)
7. Anew product … just … . (develop)
8. Bananas … into Northern Europe. (import)
Coffee is produced (or grown) in Brazil.
Diamonds produce Switzerland
Cotton manufacture Italy
Cheese grow South Africa
Wine mine Germany
Cars make India
1. It’s a big factory. Five hundred people (employ) there.
2. Water (cover) most of the Earth’s surface.
3. The boat (sink) quickly but fortunately everybody (rescued).
4. While I was on holiday, my camera (steal) from the hotel room.
5. While I was on holiday, my (disappear) from my hotel room.
6. Why (Sue/resign) from her job? Didn’t she enjoy it?
7. Why (Bill/sack) from his job? What did he do wrong?
1. They didn’t give me the money. I… .
2. They asked me some difficult questions at the interview. I … .
3. Janet’s colleagues gave her a present when she retired. Janet … .
4. Nobody told me that George was ill. I … .
5. How much will they pay you?
6. I think they should have offered Tom the job.
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APPLYING FOR A JOB: JOB ADS
In most parts of the world it is common to submit a typed CV* (curriculum vitae - British English) or resume (American English). This contains all the unchanging information about you: your education, background experience. This usually accompanies a letter of application. Interviews may take many forms in business today: from the traditional one-to-one interview to panel interview where several candidates are interviewed by a panel of interviewers, to "deep-end" interviews where applicants have to demonstrate how they can cope in actual business situations. Moreover, the atmosphere of an interview may vary from the informal to the formal and from the kindly to the sadistic. Fashions seem to change quite rapidly in interview techniques and the only rules that applicants should be aware of may be "Expect the unexpected" and "Be yourself"!
In different countries, different trades and different grades, the salary that goes with a job may be only part of the package: perks* like a company car or cheap housing loans, bonuses paid in a "thirteenth month", company pension schemes, generous holidays or flexible working hours may all contribute to the attractiveness of a job.
* CV - a short written account of a persons' education and past employment, used esp. when they are looking for a new job.
* perk - money, goods, or an advantage that one gets regularly and legally from one's work in addition to one's pay.
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