1. Act on
2. Act upon
3. Act out
4. Add on
5. Add up
6. Blow out
7. Blow over
8. Blew up
9. Boil down to
10. Boil over
11. Book in
12. Boot out
13. Bottle up
14. Bounces back
15. Bowled over
16. Are boxed in
17. Chalk up
18. Chance on
7th December 2012
To: All Shareholders,
123 Straight Street,
Dear Mr. Abrar,
Subject: The Annual Report of the Company.
I am sending a copy of the annual report of our company to all th
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It is obviously important for businesses to make a profit. Few people, whether they are the sole
owners of businesses or the shareholders of companies, go into business just for the love of it.
They go into it to make money.
1. Mark said to Mary, I am going to
2. John said to her, What is your
3. He said to his children, Dont go
4. She said to her friends, Come
5. The policeman said to him, What
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6. The doctor said to
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2. The inside address includes the readers name, title, and address, typed at the left
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The four components of nonverbal communication are: 1. Body
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