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This course aims to prepare you for working in a cross-cultural Business setting. We’ll learn about common cross-cultural theories and how they are relevant to everyday business practices in a globalized world. By combining all of your vocabularies, reading, speaking, and writing skills that you acquired in the previous three courses, you will learn how language plays an important role in cross-cultural communication.

You will also enhance your cross-cultural understanding and will be able to use vocabulary, tone, and style, and spoken and written communication skills within a cross-cultural Business context. Skills learned in this course help prepare you to deliver the professional business presentation in the Capstone project.

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Week 1 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Vocabulary practice

Q1. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: It took several years to solve the problem due to its __ and the numerous elements involved in the process.

  • dimensions
  • framework
  • complexity
  • stereotypes

Q2. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Due to recent occurrence of cross-cultural misunderstanding at the new Asian office, we need a manager with good __ communication skills.

  • scholarly
  • scholar
  • inequality
  • intercultural

Q3. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: People in our country often avoid public disputes because they have low __ for conflict.

  • dimensions
  • frameworks
  • tolerance
  • stereotype

Q4. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Jack has excellent __ skills and is able to maintain good relationships among his co-workers.

  • interpersonal
  • tolerance
  • dimensional
  • scholarly

Q5. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: We should focus on the cultural __ and the complexities of the problem.

  • complexity
  • tolerances
  • stereotypes
  • dimensions

Q6. Choose the BEST word to replace ‘system’ in the following sentence: The theory provides a system for understanding modern politics.

  • scholar
  • framework
  • dimension
  • stereotype

Quiz 2: Vocabulary practice

Q1. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: We should offer a special low price as an added __ for new customers.

  • acquisition
  • venture
  • subsidiary
  • incentive

Q2. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Our company has been criticized for its __ bias, placing more importance over one culture than others.

  • ethnocentric
  • intercultural
  • corporate
  • ethical

Q3. Which of the following words are similar in meaning to ‘venture’?

  • investment
  • endeavor
  • assurance
  • enterprise

Q4. Which of the following words often appear after the word ‘incentive’?

  • in
  • at
  • to
  • for

Q5. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Because our services often take place between cultures, we rely on experienced employees with __ communication skills.

  • intercultural
  • corporate
  • ethnocentrism
  • compliant

Quiz 3: Module 2

Q1. Which is considered to be a characteristic of culture? (Multiple answer possible)

  • culture is indiscriminate
  • culture is dynamic
  • culture is learned
  • the facets of culture are interrelated

Q2. According to Edward T. Hall, the attitudes and beliefs of a culture are generally more visible than their customs and behavior.

  • False
  • true

Q3. Complete the following sentence: Culture does not remain __; it changes.

  • inconstant
  • unsteady
  • constant
  • changeable

Q4. A manager should assume that national, institutional, and ethnic cultures are the same thing.

  • False
  • True

Q5. Some scholars argue that culture defines the boundaries of different groups.

  • False
  • True

Q6. A single definition for culture can be used in any given context.

  • True
  • False

Q7. Some scholars believe that acquiring culture involves the process of _. (Multiple answers possible.)

  • understanding symbols
  • modeling against heroes
  • learning values
  • developing a language

Q8. Intercultural communication skills should include an understanding of _. (Multiple answers possible.)

  • trends in fashion and music
  • orientations to power
  • impact of indirect vs. direct speech
  • turntaking norms within a culture

Q9. We spread our culture through spoken word.

  • False
  • True

Q10. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

  • catching
  • cashing

Q11. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

  • wish
  • which

Q12. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

  • chip
  • ship

Q13. Which is correct pronunciation of the word ‘washed’?

Q14. Which sentence is grammatically correct?

  • I would prefer to swim than play tennis.
  • I would prefer to swim rather than play tennis.

Q15. Which sentence is grammatically correct?

  • This analysis is relatively easy than the other.
  • This analysis is rather easy than the other.
  • This analysis is rather easier than the other.

Week 3 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Vocabulary prep

Q1. Choose the BEST phrase to complete the following sentence: Employees need to be __ in today’s world because of the growing impact of technology on commerce.

  • literally digital
  • digital literacy
  • digitally literate
  • digitally literacy

Q2. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: A __ maintenance will be carried out on Saturday, affecting access to our main website.

  • server
  • multimodal
  • application

Q3. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Nowadays, everything is available on the __; that is, you can access your documents on any device, anywhere.

  • cloud
  • hyperlink
  • open source
  • server

Q4. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Click the __ below to go to our customer service website.

  • open source
  • cloud
  • server
  • hyperlink

Q5. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: We believe in __; that is, we believe our online products should be made freely available and may be redistributed and modified for noncommercial purposes.

  • netiquette
  • application
  • open source
  • multimodal

Quiz 2: Vocabulary practice

Q1. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: With planning and _, your business should be up and running in a few years.

  • diligence
  • compensation
  • scaffolding
  • urgency

Q2. Which of the following words is opposite in meaning to ‘convergence’?

  • junction
  • divergence
  • linking
  • meeting

Q3. Which of the following prepositions often appear after the word ‘completion’?

  • under
  • for
  • of
  • to

Q4. Which of the following words is similar in meaning to ‘indemnity’?

  • compensation
  • penalty
  • tax
  • law

Q5. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Usually the Human Resource Office will provide some guidelines and assistance to help new employees _ themselves in their new position.

  • uplift
  • orientate
  • accelerate
  • scaffold

Quiz 3: Culturally insensitive email: peer review practice

Q1. Are there any changes made to the email?

  • Yes
  • No

Q2. Are the 10 errors in grammar, tone, formatting and vocabulary identified?

  • All ten errors are identified
  • Only six or seven errors are identified.
  • Only one or two errors are identified.

Q3. Has the writer edited the 10 errors so the email is more culturally appropriate and effective?

  • All 10 errors have been edited.
  • Only six or seven edits have been made.
  • Only one or two edits have been made.

Q4. Is there an explanation for why changes were made to the text?

  • Yes
  • No

Quiz 4: Module 3

Q1. Perception is something that is selective, learned, culturally determined, consistent but also __.

  • distorted
  • accurate
  • inaccurate
  • linguistic

Q2. According to Meyer’s ‘Trusting’ scale, cultures that are more task-based tend to rely on _ in their work relationships.

  • cognitive and affective trust together
  • cognitive trust
  • affective trust

Q3. If you are from an indirect culture and want to be interpreted as more professional by someone from a direct culture, what could you do after finishing your telephone conversation?

  • Send an email with all the points covered in your discussion and any decisions you made clearly set out.
  • Be sure to defer to the direct communicator so he/she is not offended.
  • Take time to analyse exactly what the direct communicator may have meant though this might not have been explicitly stated.

Q4. In terms of replying to emails, what is a habit that will help you to establish good will and respect from your international colleagues?

  • Write a short email acknowledging you have received any message, even if you have not completed the task requested.
  • Only reply to the email once you have completed the task requested so you do not bother the person who sent you the original message.
  • Follow up with a phone call, don’t bother with emails.

Q5. Which of the following prepositions often appear after the word ‘continuation’?

  • to
  • for
  • during
  • of

Q6. If you are from a ‘Coconut’ culture and someone from a ‘Peach’ culture engages you in seemingly personal ‘small talk’ in your initial meeting, how should you interpret this?

  • Simply a cultural norm for this culture, not necessarily an offer of deep friendship.
  • This type of small talk is hypocritical and should be avoided.
  • This type of small talk may have some hidden agenda, you should be careful.

Q7. When writing emails to someone from a different culture, you should keep in mind that different cultures have different ideas of what is appropriate in business writing.

  • True
  • False

Q8. Which of the following words are similar in meaning to ‘scenario’?

  • synopsis
  • continental
  • scaffold
  • speculator

Q9. According to Meyer’s ‘Scheduling’ scale, cultures that are in a state of constant change tend to use a more __ sense of scheduling.

  • flexible
  • linear
  • strict
  • effective

Q10. If you are being introduced to someone from a different culture and are uncertain about how to greet them, what is a good precautionary strategy to follow?

  • Be formal in your first introductions and greetings then follow the lead of your new colleague for future meetings if you are in their culture.
  • Avoid eye contact and do not engage in the introduction.
  • Just be informal and show your friendliness.

Q11. When we analyse another culture, it is actually more important to think about where the culture falls in relation to your own culture.

  • True
  • False

Q12. You can start to see how a culture handles negative feedback by listening to the type of language used. For example, direct cultures tend to use upgraders to reinforce negative feedback and make it stronger. In contrast, indirect cultures tend to use downgraders to soften criticism, such as __.

  • kind of, sort of, a little, maybe, slightly
  • umm, I think, like, huh?
  • maybe, I don’t know, I guess
  • totally, absolutely, strongly

Q13. Cross-cultural communication barriers tend to stem from __.

  • physiological factors where one or more of the communicators is ill or experiencing a disability.
  • psychological factors where one or more of the communicators make assumptions or have some pre-existing stereotypes.
  • environmental factors where background noise or smells affect communication.

Q14. If a casual acquaintance from North America greets you by asking ‘Hi, how are you?’, what is your expected response?

  • ‘Fine’, ‘Great’ or ‘Very well, thank you’.
  • A social kiss on the cheek.
  • A detailed explanation of how you are feeling right now.
  • No response is necessary.

Q15. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Though the office manager had his suspicions, he could not find an _ way to prove the employee was embezzling money.

  • orientate
  • continental
  • accurate
  • scaffolding

Week 4 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Vocabulary practice

Q1. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: What is their reason for not _ with these regulations?

  • complying
  • comply
  • complies
  • compliant

Q2. Which word(s) would best replace the word ‘revise’ in the following sentence: We have to revise our plans because of the delays.

  • amend
  • modify
  • disarrange
  • alter

Q3. Which word BEST completes the following sentence: Our small company must compete with the big __.

  • globalisation
  • consignment
  • conglomerate
  • procurement

Q4. What is the adverb form for the word ‘allegation’?

  • allegation
  • alleging
  • allegedly
  • alleged

Q5. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: She managed to __ raw materials for the factory.

  • procure
  • facilitate
  • promote
  • revise

Quiz 2: Module 4

Q1. Choose the BEST word to fill in the gap for the sentence: Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory provides a general __ for understanding cross-cultural understanding.

  • framework
  • order
  • construction
  • structure

Q2. Which GLOBE study dimension describes the degree to which individuals express pride, loyalty, and cohesiveness in their organizations or families?

  • Collectivism I (Institutional)
  • Collectivism II (In-Group)
  • Individualism vs. Collectivism
  • Human Orientation

Q3. The idea that what is different is dangerous is a characteristic of __.

  • tolerance of difference ideas
  • strong uncertainty avoidance
  • weak uncertainty avoidance
  • power distance

Q4. According to Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory, a country in which employers expect their employees to follow traditional rules would be an example of a: __.

  • strong uncertainty avoidance society
  • normative society
  • weak uncertainty avoidance society
  • pragmatic society

Q5. Some scholars argue that Hofstede’s research on the company IBM provides inadequate evidence for evaluating and understanding a country’s culture.

  • True
  • False

Q6. Employers and employees should rely solely on Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory to gain an understanding of a multi-cultural work environment.

  • True
  • False

Q7. According to Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory, a country in which employees accept a hierarchal order is an example of:

  • a collectivist society
  • a large degree of power distance
  • a small degree of power distance
  • an individualist society

Q8. According to Hofstede, the femininity dimension represents a preference in society for __.

  • achievement, heroism, modesty, and cooperation
  • cooperation, heroism, assertiveness, and material rewards
  • cooperation, modesty, caring for the weak and quality of life
  • achievement, modesty, caring for the weak and quality of life

Q9. In societies with normative orientation, people have a __.

  • desire to produce innovative ideas
  • desire to live a virtuous life
  • strong concern with establishing absolute truth
  • strong attraction towards people who are normal

Q10. According to Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory, societies that show an ability to accept contradictions are __.

  • pragmatic
  • feminine
  • masculine
  • normative

Q11. The GLOBE study produced by House includes all of the following dimensions except __.

  • power distance
  • gender egalitarianism
  • human orientation
  • masculinity vs. femininity

Q12. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

  • verse
  • worse

Q13. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

Q14. Which is correct pronunciation of the word ‘wheel’?

Week 5 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Vocabulary practice

Q1. Which of the following words is similar to ‘synergy? (Multiple answers possible)

  • separation
  • unity
  • teamwork
  • hindrance
  • strength

Q2. Choose the BEST word to fill in the gap for the sentence: We will need to _ that account to Mike Smith from operations because he seems to be the best person for the job.

  • designate
  • take
  • cancel
  • provide
  • choose

Q3. Choose the BEST word to fill in the gap for the sentence: The profit _ on our new product is lower than expected and we might need to discontinue it soon.

  • level
  • amount
  • margin
  • increase
  • decrease

Q4. Which of the following words often appear after the word ‘unanimous’?

  • strategy
  • vote
  • agreement
  • decision
  • support

Q5. Choose the BEST word from this week’s vocabulary list that can be defined by the following: easily seen, detected or to understand?

  • thin
  • cloudy
  • observable
  • frank
  • transparent

Quiz 2: Module 5

Q1. Which of the following words has the opposite meaning of the word ‘consensus’?

  • opposition
  • accord
  • agreement
  • refusal
  • disagreement

Q2. Choose the BEST word to fill in the gap for the sentence: ‘We need to ensure that revenue levels are __ if we are to convince investors to continue purchasing our company’ stock’

  • developing
  • increase
  • maintain
  • sustainable

Q3. Which of the following words often appear after the word ‘unanimous’?

  • strategy
  • support
  • agreement
  • decision
  • vote

Q4. Which of Hofstede’s cultural dimensions applies to the following situation?

The organization is able to make quick and efficient decisions
as it has a broad base of decision makers who are experts in their field. These
decision makers don’t always have to wait for the highest level manager to
approve.

  • Individualism
  • Low power distance
  • High power distance
  • Collectivism

Q5. Which of the following Chinese negotiation concepts BEST applies to the following situation?

Mr. Smith understood he needed to have many dinners and
social gatherings with his counterpart to develop a level of trust that would
make it easier for both of their companies to do business with each other.

  • Social status
  • Holistic thinking
  • Interpersonal harmony
  • Guanxi

Q6. Choose the BEST answer for the following statement: The most important point for successful business negotiations between two different cultures is to:

  • win the business deal regardless of what it takes even if might damage the relationship with the other party involved.
  • ensure your opposite party is happy and pleased with the deal.
  • to reach a common ground and agreement on both sides.

Q7. Choose the MOST appropriate cross cultural concept that describes the following negotiation situation:

  • ABC company was in negotiations with DEF company. ABC
    presented the list of negotiation points including price, delivery, distribution,
    duration of contract. DEF company preferred to discuss all points at once and
    revisiting some points even though they might have been discussed.
  • Holistic thinking and High Context
  • High uncertainty avoidance and High power distance
  • Low uncertainty avoidance and Low power distance
  • Individualistic and Low Context

Q8. Business ethics can BEST be described as:

  • unimportant because profit is the key motivating factor for corporate decision making.
  • concepts that help firms decide what is illegal and legal and therefore determine appropriate decision making.
  • moral principles that might govern what actions may be deemed right or wrong. They also help guide people and organizations on appropriate behaviors and having a code of conduct.

Q9. Which of the following statements BEST explains the following: ‘Gift giving and developing good interpersonal relationships is common in Asia because…’

  • countries in Asia may not have clear or strict rules and regulations to govern business practice and therefore develop trust between another company with good relationship building.
  • it is common practice in Asia and foreign firms should always follow them in business situations.
  • countries in Asia are often corrupt and you need bribe people by giving gifts to seal business deals.

Q10. Which is correct pronunciation of the word ‘lies’?

Q11. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

  • writer
  • lighter

Q12. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

  • led
  • red

Q13. Which of the following is grammatically INCORRECT? (Multiple answers possible)

  • The negotiations were going nowhere. After the lunch break, they resumed discussions.
  • From the latest report, our accounting department has recommended cutbacks in spending.
  • To maintain our profit margins, we must expand into new markets.
  • As he was presenting his proposal, the computer crashed.

Q14. Which of the following is grammatically CORRECT?

  • From their feedback during the discussions, he decided to improve the communication with his subordinates.
  • He decided to improve the communication with his subordinates from their feedback during the discussions.

Q15. Which of the following sentences expresses the following meaning: the CEO takes up responsibility for leading the company during disaster times only.

  • The CEO only leads during
    disasters.
  • The CEO led the only crisis team.
  • Only the CEO could
    lead the company out of this disaster.

Week 6 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Final exam

Q1. Choose the BEST word to complete the following sentence: Though our profits may not have increased in the past fiscal year, our __ rate has increased dramatically.

  • productivity
  • orientate
  • accelerate
  • scaffolding

Q2. Perceived similarity can cause barriers for effective cross-cultural communication because we may assume _.

  • we should judge someone or something using our own culture as the standard
  • a situation or a person is similar to us when actually differences exist
  • we should categorize perceived images to place people or things in inaccurate categories based on our own cultural experience
  • our tendency to stereotype is an unnecessary simplification of reality

Q3. High-context cultures assume there _ between the listener and the speaker.

  • are few shared reference points
  • is little shared knowledge
  • are many common reference points

Q4. Western cultures tend to focus on individual pieces of information being separate from their environment. This is an example of __ thinking.

  • holistic
  • inaccurate
  • fragmented
  • specific

Q5. Using a global English standard of writing means ___.

  • replying to all emails punctually
  • avoiding slang, idioms, specialist vocabulary and humor that could be misunderstood outside of your culture
  • personalizing all your messages to establish a strong relationship with your reader
  • writing in a way that communicates your particular cultural style

Q6. Which of the following words are similar in meaning to ‘scaffold’?

  • accelerate
  • motivate
  • provide
  • stage

Q7. When there is a moment of silence during business
meetings, Western business people will often only contribute if there is an
appropriate length of pause or when the most senior person in the room calls on
them to speak.

  • False
  • True

Q8. If you are doing business in a South American country such
as Brazil and you notice that your colleagues are standing extremely close to
you and are touching your hands, arms and back quite often, what does this
mean?

  • Personal space is not large in Brazil. People expect that physical contact is part of simple communication. Do not back away from this or you may be considered rude.
  • You should avoid eye contact and back away quickly from this inappropriate behavior.
  • You should put your fingers together to make the ‘O.K.’ sign as this is considered very friendly to Brazilians.

Q9. One typical mistake managers from low-context cultures make when communicating verbally with colleagues from higher-context cultures is to think that these communicators ___.

  • are withholding information on purpose or are unable to communicate explicitly
  • are confusing
  • are suspicious of small talk
  • do not want to be transparent, clear and specific in their verbal communication

Q10. Understanding where your culture falls on
Meyer’s ‘Leading’ scale is important for managers who will lead team members
from other cultures because what you may have been trained to do as a leader
might be perceived as either too weak or too authoritarian by members of a team
from a different cultural background.

  • True
  • False

Q11. Which of the following words is opposite in meaning to ‘acquire’?

  • accelerate
  • procure
  • collect
  • lose

Q12. Indirect cultures tend to use downgraders when criticizing in order to____________.

  • express their solidarity for each other
  • soften any negative feedback
  • reinforce negative feedback
  • be more direct

Q13. If you are a foreign business woman travelling and doing business in the Middle East, how should you engage in business introductions with members of the opposite sex?

  • As a woman, offer your right hand to your male colleagues to show you are willing to shake hands.
  • Contact between opposite genders is not accepted or appropriate. Do not offer to shake hands with someone from the opposite sex.
  • Expect direct eye contact and a firm handshake.

Q14. If you are someone writing to someone from a lower-context culture than your own, you should __.

  • avoid too many sentences that engage in pleasantries and small talk – get to the point of your message quickly.
  • make sure you ask some questions about the reader’s family and try to establish a good relationship before beginning your message.
  • try to be as nuanced and implicit as possible so as to avoid offending the reader by being too direct.

Q15. Though many people think the biggest obstacle to international business is understanding foreign behavior, it is actually __.

  • becoming aware of your own cultural conditioning and how it affects your interpretations.
  • asking a foreigner to describe people from your own country and listening to the responses.
  • using our own cultural meanings to make sense of a foreigner’s reality.

Q16. Which of the following Chinese negotiation concepts BEST applies to the following situation?

Mr. Smith understood he needed to have many dinners and social gatherings with his counterpart to develop a level of trust that would make it easier for both of their companies to do business with each other.

  • Interpersonal harmony
  • Guanxi
  • Holistic thinking
  • Social status

Q17. Which of the following statements could be communicated by someone from a low context culture?

  • ‘We are in the process of evaluating your request because we are taking it very seriously. We will communicate our decision in due course.’
  • ‘We appreciate the effort you spent delivering your proposal. I am sure our CEO will be happy to hear about it too and we will pass on our positive comments to him in order for him to make a decision.’
  • ‘We find your price point too high and cannot accept it. Please reconsider it.’

Q18. Which of the following situations would be typical from a collectivistic culture? (Multiple answers possible)

  • Although the manager strongly disagreed with his director about the new sales initiative, he continued to make every effort to ensure his Director’s goal was achieved.
  • The Sales Director of ABC company was able to raise the firm’s overall revenue by 30%. He attributed the success to the hard work of his sales managers and representatives.
  • The junior sales director highlighted his achievements and outstanding performance in order to push for a promotion after his first year in the firm.
  • ABC company sent the whole senior management to meet with the foreign CEO in order to present an image of unity.

Q19. Choose the BEST answer for the following statement: The most important point for successful business negotiations between two different cultures is to:

  • win the business deal regardless of what it takes even if might damage the relationship with the other party involved.
  • to reach a common ground and agreement on both sides.
  • ensure your opposite party is happy and pleased with the deal.

Q20. Choose the MOST appropriate cross cultural concept that describes the following negotiation situation:

ABC company was in negotiations with DEF company. ABC presented
the list of negotiation points including price, delivery, distribution,
duration of contract. ABC preferred to discuss each point in a sequential
manner deciding on each item before moving on to the next.

  • Individualistic and Low Context
  • Holistic thinking and High Context
  • High uncertainty avoidance and High power distance
  • Low uncertainty avoidance and Low power distance

Q21. Choose the MOST appropriate Chinese negotiation concept that would be appropriate for the following negotiation situation:

The western European firm’s CEO was unable to visit his
Asian business partner due to a domestic crisis. He sent his top negotiator who
was in her mid-twenties because he was confident she would win the deal for the
firm. Upon arrival, the top negotiator was met with the Asian firm’s CEO and
senior management. There was a feeling of disappointment and distance during
the negotiations and no firm outcome was achieved after a week of meetings.

  • The negotiator should have understood the concept of ‘holistic thinking’ and shown flexibility by discussing contract points in a non-sequential manner.
  • The negotiator needed to develop good ‘Guanxi’ by bringing gifts and spending time with the Asian firm’s senior management in a ‘non-work’ context.
  • The CEO needed to give ‘face’ to his Asian counterpart by being present during the business negotiations.

Q22. Business ethics can BEST be described as:

  • unimportant because profit is the key motivating factor for corporate decision making.
  • moral principles that might govern what actions may be deemed right or wrong. They also help guide people and organizations on appropriate behaviors and having a code of conduct.
  • concepts that help firms decide what is illegal and legal and therefore determine appropriate decision making.

Q23. Which of the following statements BEST explains the following: ‘Western firms are perceived as more ethical because…’

  • there are stricter rules and regulations that govern business practice in these cultures. Firms may be less likely to risk their reputations by conducting in unethical acts.
  • they have stronger moral principles together with an inherent ethical code to do the right thing.
  • Asian firms are more unethical because their cultures are more corrupt where there are few rules and regulations to govern business practice.

Q24. Choose the BEST word to fill in the gap for the sentence:

‘We need to ensure that revenue levels are __ if we
are to convince investors to continue purchasing our company’s stock’

  • increase
  • developing
  • maintain
  • sustainable

Q25. Which of the following words often appear after the word ‘systematic’? (Multiple answers possible)

  • analysis
  • study
  • approach
  • brand

Q26. Choose the BEST word to fill in the gap for the sentence:

‘The marketing plan is just not
__. We do not have the resources or manpower to ensure it works.’

  • development
  • sustain
  • feasible
  • manageable

Q27. Which word is pronounced in the following audio?

  • red
  • led

Q28. Which is correct pronunciation of the word ‘rise’?

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