a. The tires are considered as a final goods which put in the warehouse, and it
is produce in this year and it is produced in this economic system.
So, a) should calculated into the GPA.
b. The car is the final product and it is produced in this econom
BTEC Unit 2: Managing Financial Resources and Decisions
4.1 Discuss the main financial statements
A financial statement, which is a formal record of the financial activities of a business
or company. These are written reports that demo
What are the pros and cons of the entry strategy employed by the focal firm in a selected
The Lush Cosmetics Limited is one of the privately owned retailer in cosmetics industry
which is based in the United Kingdom. Lush Cosmetics focus on
COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES ComparativeandSuperlativeAdjectives
bad worse worst badly worse worst far(distance) farther farthest furthe far(extent) furthest r good better best ill worse worst latest or late later last less lesser least little(amoun
Proper nouns: We use the definite article with certain kinds of proper nouns:
Geographical places: the Sound, the Sea of Japan, the Mississippi, the West, the Smokies, the Sahara (but often not when the main part of the proper noun seems to be modified by
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Jin speaks Chinese _. fluent fluently David arrived _. late lately Sue learned Japanese _. quick quickly Sharon usually sings _. sad sadly Bill understands Spanish _. good well The women work _. hard hardly Mei Li dresses _. beautiful beautifully I like t
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F.1 English Easter Holiday Homework
Name: _ Simple present tense
Class: _ (
Complete the sentences below with the simple present tense of the verbs in brackets. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1
Prefect Tense II
1. Last summer I spent a nice afternoon with a friend; we_ _ _ ( go) to the cinema, did some shopping and talked a lot. 2. I met my friend Jenny at university and we _ _ _ ( remain) friends ever since. 3. It is late ! 11.00 pm ! By the wa
Past continuous 1 I _ letters all day yesterday. (write) 2 You _very slow about it. (be) 3 You _on the phone for hours and hours. (talk) 4 What _ you _ when I phoned yesterday? (do) 5 _ you _ TV when it happened? (watch) 6 What _ you _at the party? (wear)
Somebody / Something 1. There is _ strange in the kitchen 2. There is _ in the garden, can be a burglar 3. Look , I have _ for you! 4. I have got _ in my eye 5. He is playing _ on the piano. 6. _ has just knocked at the door. 7. I met _ yesterday. 8. Ther
Reported Speech I
Q: Tom said, 'I want to visit my friends this weekend.' _ Q: Jerry said, 'I'm studying English a lot at the moment.' _ Q: They said, 'We've lived here for a long time.' _ Q: He asked me, 'Have you finished reading the newspaper?' _ Q: 'I
isn't it?, has he?, had they?, were you?, aren't you?, doesn't he?, do you?, is she?, didn't you?, won't he?, did she?
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
She didn't watch the film last night, _? It's great to see each other again, _? He come
Passive Voice I 1. They speak English in India. _ . 2. Mrs Jones had cleared the table _ . 3. You must keep dogs on a leash at all times. _. 4. They have just arrested the thief. _ . 5. My sister, Laura, has decorated the house. _ . 6. They will ask you t
2 a b c 3. a b c 7. a b c d 8 a b c d 9 a b c d 10 a b c d 11 a b c d
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Connectives of Time 1. the night, the wind blew the front door open. 2. It began to snow I was walking home. 3. We visited many relatives our vacation. 4. Susan has been studying English five years. 5. The children have been playing video games hours. 6.
ParticipialAdjectives CAUSE OF THE FEELING RECEIVER OF THE FEELING
alarming frustrating alarmed frustrated amusing humiliating amused humiliated annoying interesting annoyed interested boring intriguing bored intrigued concerning overwhelming concerned ov
NEVER PASSIVE! Intransitivevs.TransitiveVerbs INTRANSITIVE VERB An intransitive verb is an action that happens by itself. The verb is not used with an object; therefore, no passive form can be used. The earthquake happened on April 6, 2009 in Italy. The e