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Match the advice to the statement.

Click on the answer you think is correct.


1.
He should talk to the MD.
   a) He is on the point of leaving, he's so fed up.
   b) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   c) My boss gets on my nerves. I can't stand him.
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.

2. We should launch a major advertising campaign.
   a) My boss gets on my nerves. I can't stand him.
   b) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   c) Sales are way down this quarter.
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.

3. We should cut our prices.
   a) Customers are no longer willing to pay a premium for quality.
   b) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   c) My boss gets on my nerves. I can't stand him.
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.

4. You should go for a visit out there to see if you like it.
   a) My boss gets on my nerves. I can't stand him.
   b) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   c) Do you think I should take up this job offer in New Zealand?
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.

5. Perhaps you should go on a training course.
   a) Customers are no longer willing to pay a premium for quality.
   b) My word-processing skills are not what they should be.
   c) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   d) Sales are way down this quarter.

6. You should make an effort. If he starts giving you bad reports, you'll never get promoted.
   a) He cannot do his job because his English is not good enough.
   b) Customers are no longer willing to pay a premium for quality.
   c) My boss gets on my nerves. I can't stand him.
   d) Sales are way down this quarter.

7. Well perhaps we should be careful about how much credit we allow them.
   a) He cannot do his job because his English is not good enough.
   b) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   c) My boss gets on my nerves. I can't stand him.
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.

8. Somebody should have a quiet word in his ear.
   a) My word-processing skills are not what they should be.
   b) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   c) He smells. Terrible B.O.
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.

9. Well he should go for intensive lessons.
   a) My boss gets on my nerves. I can't stand him.
   b) Rumour has it they're going bust.
   c) He cannot do his job because his English is not good enough.
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.

10. You should look for another one. You should look in the Sunday Times, they always have lots of job ads.
   a) He cannot do his job because his English is not good enough.
   b) Sales are way down this quarter.
   c) Customers are no longer willing to pay a premium for quality.
   d) I'm fed up to the back teeth with this job.


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