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Match up the two halves


1. If you sell more than you did last year
   a) he'll be out on his ear.
   b) I'll buy you a new car.
   c) you'll soon be on your way
   d) you'll be in big trouble.

2. If you take my advice
   a) Concorde is faster than a 747.
   b) I'll buy two.
   c) you'll keep a tighter control on what Jerome gets up to.
   d) you'll be in big trouble.

3. If he doesn't accept our offer
   a) we'll have to withdraw. that's the most we can afford to pay.
   b) your job here will be quite safe.
   c) he'll be out on his ear.
   d) you'll be in big trouble.

4. If you give me a 10 % discount
   a) you'll soon be on your way
   b) your job here will be quite safe.
   c) I'll buy two.
   d) you'll be in big trouble.

5. If sales don't improve soon
   a) we'll have to lay off some workers
   b) your job here will be quite safe.
   c) I'll buy two.
   d) you'll keep a tighter control on what Jerome gets up to.

6. If the report isn't on my desk tomorrow morning
   a) you'll be in big trouble.
   b) your job here will be quite safe.
   c) we'll have to lay off some workers
   d) he'll be out on his ear.

7. If Nick doesn't mend his ways soon
   a) you'll soon be on your way
   b) your job here will be quite safe.
   c) you'll be in big trouble.
   d) he'll be out on his ear.

8. If I see you standing around the coffee machine talking again
   a) you'll be in big trouble.
   b) your job here will be quite safe.
   c) we'll have to lay off some workers
   d) he'll be out on his ear.

9. If you don't make the grade here
   a) your job here will be quite safe.
   b) you'll soon be on your way
   c) we'll have to lay off some workers
   d) he'll be out on his ear.

10. Unless you do something really bad
   a) your job here will be quite safe.
   b) you'll soon be on your way
   c) you'll be in big trouble.
   d) he'll be out on his ear.


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