|1) a (street) market||a) a large shop divided into several different parts, each of which sells different things|
|2) a convenience store||b) a group of shops with a common area for cars to park, which usually provides goods and services for local people|
|3) a supermarket||c) a company that sells goods to the public in stores and on the internet, rather than to stores, other businesses, etc.|
|4) a department store||d) a place or event at which people meet in order to buy and sell things|
|5) a retailer||e) a shop that sells food, drinks, etc. and is usually open until late|
|6) a shopping centre/mall||f) a large shop which sells most types of food and other goods needed in the home, in which people take from shelves the things they want to buy and pay for them as they leave|
b) Answer the questions:
1) What do you like about shopping?
2) What don't you like?
3) When did you last visit these retail outlets (ex. 1a)?
4) What did you buy?
Match the companies to the industry sector they belong to | Read this short presentation of the management team of this British company. Then write the correct letters (a-n) in the right places in the organization chart. | Match the jobs in the company with their descriptions | Complete this extract from a company report with appropriate words or phrases from Exercise 1. | Annual report | Rules of presentations | D) Choose the correct word pairs to fill in the blanks | Read the passage about the rules of e-mail writing | The real value of managing information and people | Complete the gaps with the correct words from the first paragraph of the text |